Tumors

Dangers of Mobile Phone Radiation

…that the brain is being affected by these wireless devices. I don’t know about you, but with the increase in brain cancers and acoustic neuromas (tumors of the ear) as of late, I think an ounce of caution may definitely prevent that pound of cure.

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Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

…contains 31 scientists from 14 countries, said that the microwave-type radiation from cell phones increases the long-term risk of developing brain tumors. This is huge and very important news—and confirms something I’ve been saying for years, that EMFs from cell phones are a danger. But what’s…

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Science Shows April Fool's Day Can Benefit Your Heart

…laughter and medicine for over 18 years, reports that laughter increases the activity of Natural Killer Cells (NK) cells that destroy viruses and tumors, as well as t-cells which enhance the body’s own immune system. Plus, laughter exercises the lungs and circulatory system and raises oxygen levels…

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6 Holiday Gifts to Avoid or Use with Caution

…Health Organization (WHO) released their findings that the microwave-type radiation from cell phones increases the long-term risk of developing brain tumors. This is huge and very important news—and confirms something I’ve been saying for years, that EMRs from cell phones are a danger. If you buy a…

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Cell Phone Radiation Risks

…that cell phones are involved in cases of tinnitus, or ringing in the ear. They also believe that, unfortunately, we will be seeing a surge in brain tumors as cell phone use becomes more widespread. It may take years to get the evidence of cell phone radiation risks, and the early results should be getting…

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Is Your Heart Getting Too Little (Or Too Much) Vitamin D?

…linked with rickets. Now we know that vitamin D affects your immune system as well, modulating many activities in the body—including promoting anti-tumor activity. In fact, the number of health conditions linked with low levels of vitamin D is extremely long and growing. Having adequate levels of vitamin…

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Breast Cancer Alert: Men Need to Be Careful, Too

…it has affected two of her three children—both a son and daughter. Fortunately, her son had intraductal carcinoma (IDC) in situ, meaning that the tumor was encapsulated within the mammary duct and most likely had not spread. Nonetheless, he endured all that women do in terms of grappling with what “IDC…

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5 Cancer-Fighting Supplements

…radiation. * Curcumin. This active compound in the Indian curry spice turmeric has antitumor, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It can slow tumor growth, according to laboratory research. My advice is to eat abundant amounts of curry or supplement with about 500 mg of curcumin. * Mushroom extracts…

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Helping Your Pet to Live a Long, Healthy Life

…." We could tell she was suffering during her last few days, but would not appreciate the cause until she was medicated and I could feel the large tumor in her abdomen. Kuma would have been 14 on July 30, and Chewie lived to be the same age as well. That is pretty good considering that the life expectancy…

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