Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease By Up To 122% !
Now I am very excited to announce to you that a new study in the prestigious journal Neurology, the official journal of the American Academy of Neurology, has just published a landmark article showing a strong association between vitamin D deficiency and Alzheimer’s disease.
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Young Sikh Doctor & Critical Drug Research
As the son of a retail pharmacy owner, Simerdeep Singh Gupta ’10GP, ’14Ph.D., always knew he wanted to pursue a career in the field. “While my dad’s business focused on selling pharmaceutical drugs,” he said, “I was always curious about how these drugs were made.”
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Major Development for Heart Community
A wonderful quote from him is “Wouldn’t it be a laudable goal of the American College of Cardiology to put ourselves out of business within a generation or two? We have come a long way in the prevention of...
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8 Years of Being a Vegetarian
They felt it would make me weak plus when we would go out I would be the only person eating vegetarian food (for which there's not much variety in the standard restaurant). At home my family were equally unenthusiastic and had similar concerns about weakness...
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Being Honest
I don’t want pity. We just want acceptance. If my daughter is having a moment in the supermarket you’ll understand if I’m in your way, or holding the queue up. If I could make it go away I would but I can’t.
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Simple Way to Take the Edge Off Your Moon Cycle
“It seems that women who eat more foods high in calcium and vitamin D have less risk of experiencing PMS,” said Dr. Elizabeth Bertone-Johnson of the University of Massachusetts, the study’s lead author. “It’s very exciting, and could end up being good news for many women out there.”
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Vitamin D For Sanity: Schizophrenia Link
“There is a growing trend in the nutrition science field to consider vitamin D and its relationship to conditions such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease and depression,” Esmaillzadeh said. “Our findings support the theory that vitamin D may have a significant impact on psychiatric health."
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Preconception Pregnancy Planning Part 3
In this podcast I answer questions on the following: Chronically dry skin. A young woman with Sjogren’s syndrome and how she should prepare for pregnancy. A woman with toenail fungus for many years.
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Ludhiana World Record: Planting 1 Lakh Trees in 1 Hour
Ludhiana, one of the world's most polluted cities, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) - is attempting to break an environmental record, for the most tree saplings planted in an hour, as Ludhiana Earth Hour (8am-9am) on July 20.
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The Global Silent Pandemic of Neurodevelopmental Toxicity
...the authors noted that “A few industrial chemicals (e.g. lead, methylmercury, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), arsenic and toluene are recognized causes of neurodevelopmental disorders and subclinical brain dysfunction.”
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