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Living with food allergies can sometimes feel like a curse. Allergies require constant vigilance and lots of explaining. It can almost make eating seem like a chore. And it can be a bummer to explain that you can’t dig into that pizza at the Super Bo...
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Guest Blog by Dr. Anna Cabeca  “I don’t feel like myself.” I hear this often in my practice among women struggling with hormone imbalance. They’re suffering wild mood swings: Irritable and snappy in the morning, depressed when the workday ends, and t...
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You may know a B-complex vitamin is good for you, but is it really it’s all cracked up to be? Do B vitamins really help everyone? And do you really need to buy that bottle of supplements?While the B vitamin complex might get a lot of attention, there...
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Growing up, your parents probably told you that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Turns out, apple cider vinegar may do just the same. From weight loss to cold and cough remedies to insect repellent, this superfood seems to be good for, wel...
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Dementia is a condition that evokes fear not only in those affected but in their loved ones as well. It’s devastating to watch someone lose their awareness and identity well before their body fails. Losing someone with Alzheimer’s can feel as though ...
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It’s easy to assume environmental factors that contribute to the decline of our health usually come from outside our homes. When we think of environmental toxins, pollution most often comes to mind. And while pollution is a concern, we can’t forget t...
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Statistics on cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) paint a rather morbid picture of health. They are the #1 cause of death worldwide, and in the United States alone, CVDs claim the lives of about 630,000 – or approximately 1 in every 4 – Americans each yea...
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Outside your home, you may worry about whether your co-worker covered her mouth when she coughed, if that restaurant server washed his hands before touching your plate, or how often the hotel staff perform bed bug checks. But when we consider our hom...
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Estrogen dominance is at an all time high across the globe. Though there are many theories as to why, it’s likely a complex combination of factors including everything from the food that we eat, to the increase in xenoestrogens in our products, and e...
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When the World Trade Center towers fell, carcinogenic substances were sprayed across an 8 mile radius. Asbestos, lead, beryllium, mercury, dioxins, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and PCBs covered lower Manhattan. Over 17 years later, we are still...
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