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Americans who do not smoke are more likely to die from colorectal cancer than any other type of cancer. There was a total of 148,810 cases colorectal cancer in America in 2008. Currently, the annual incidence of colorectal cancer in America is running around 59.2 per 100,000 men and...
 
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As the second leading cause of death in the U.S. (heart disease is the number one killer), there’s a good chance that a close friend, relative, or you yourself, have battled cancer. The good news is that nearly half of all cancer deaths can be prevented with early detection...
 

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According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, the lifetime risk of a hip fracture in women is greater than the risk of breast, endometrial and ovarian cancer combined. Osteoporosis weakens bones to the point where even a small trauma can cause a fracture. A 5-year study in Australia found that all people who suffered a major ... Diet and Osteoporosis
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One very important factor that impacts calcium balance and bone strength has received little attention. Human beings evolved on a diet consisting largely of fruits and vegetables supplemented with modest amounts of animal products. The metabolic residue from fruits and vegetables is highly alkaline due largely to their high potassium content and less so to ... Acid Forming Foods Weaken Bones
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Elevated blood pressure (BP) is the primary risk factor for loss of brain function in older Americans. Increased BP is the #1 risk factor for not only stroke but also more insidious damage to the smallest arteries delivering blood to the brain's white and grey matter that control higher...