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The colon cancer bombshell no one is talking about

America’s No. 1 screening method is overdiagnosing a jaw-dropping 92 percent of cases The pressure to get regular colonoscopies is intense. Everyone from the CDC to Katie Couric shamelessly touts this screening method as the “gold standard” for detecting the polyps that they breathlessly warn could become deadly cancers. Well, it turns out Katie and …

Researchers discover the “perfect storm” that causes cancer

Here’s what you can do to protect yourself It’s well known that some people are more susceptible to cancer, while others appear relatively immune to it. But no one has really been able to figure out why. Until now. A new study has discovered that getting cancer is not just the result of bad luck. …

Breaking news on vitamin D

Lower cancer risk by 67%—and extend your lifespan all the way down to the genetic level This is the time of year when I’m particularly glad to be living in Florida. Sure, I miss my friends who remain up north, but I don’t miss the freezing temperatures…or the lack of sunlight. You see, my fellow …

The Thanksgiving side dish that’s better than a multivitamin

You already know about the benefits of consuming berries to reduce your risk of dementia, cancer, and other chronic diseases. And now, a huge new study shows that eating more berries can lower your risk of type 2 diabetes by as much as 18%. Of course, fresh berries are hard to come by this time …

The diet “no-no” that might actually help you LOSE weight

You might be surprised that I actually think of pasta as one of the foods associated with Thanksgiving. And according to a new study, that’s good news for my (and your) health. The study of 23,000 people in Pozzilli, Italy, found that eating pasta is associated with lower risk of obesity.[1] And not just body mass …


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