Newsletter Archive

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Dangers of Mobile Phone Radiation

Those of you who follow my newsletter or hear me lecture know that I am very bullish on the dangers of wireless technologies in general, and cell phone radiation risks in particular. It’s my personal belief that we’ll soon have the science to defend legitimate concerns that what we cannot see is…

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On the Road With Dr. Sinatra

…read the monthly newsletters, which brings a real sense of meaning and connectedness to us. It makes us feel like we aren’t communicating in a one-way vacuum. More importantly, Dr. Sinatra and I get to hear what’s on your minds, and that actually influences future newsletter topics. See, during…

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Gifts That Give and Give and Give!

…fed him for today; teach a man to fish, and you have fed him for a lifetime.” Dr. Sinatra and I have found this to be so true. In his monthly newsletter Heart, Health & Nutrition, Dr. Sinatra teaches people to “fish” by giving them the tools they need to take control of their own health. Why not…

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Avandia and Your Heart

…diabetes—especially those who taking this drug that’s been designed to keep blood sugar at bay—have reason to be concerned. Those of you who subscribe to my newsletter have gotten my take on Avandia, as well as alternative solutions to treat diabetes, over the years. But the drug is back in the news this week, so…

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On the Road with Dr. Sinatra

…with the kids!—to spread the word on health hazards that concern him. And, as you know if you’ve been reading his Heart, Health & Nutrition newsletter the past few years, the health risks of modern technology are now at the top of his list. After our friendly and informative luncheon with the folks…

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Lipoprotein(a) Cholesterol Guidelines

…do the trick. Learn More About Cholesterol Guidelines Lp(a) may still be a new blood component to many of you. Be sure to watch for an upcoming newsletter article on the seriousness of this risk factor. For other cholesterol guidelines, visit Dr. Sinatra's Web site. While there, don't forget to sign…

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Is Red Meat Safe?

…toxins. However, moderation is key when eating any range-fed meat. A 3.5 ounce serving every other day is reasonable. As I discussed in a 2012 newsletter article about cutting back on red meat to lower your heart health risk, over-consumption of red meat is associated with a higher incidence of both…

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Cancer-Fighting Kitchen Book Review

…morning was dedicated to nutritional solutions for cancer. (Dr. Sinatra will be discussing some of the key points that were covered in an upcoming newsletter and eLetter.) While I was there that morning, I had the good fortune to have a book gifted to me by author Rebecca Katz entitled The Cancer Fighting…

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On the Road with Dr. Sinatra

…spoke to those gathered on the seriousness of cardiovascular problems in women. As he discussed in his book HeartSense for Women, as well as his newsletter Heart, Health and Nutrition, American women are five times more likely to develop heart disease than breast cancer. And, sadly, cardiovascular problems…

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Bone-Building Drugs are Causing Broken Bones

…-or bisphosphonates--are not all they're cracked up to be. I wrote about the increasing dangers of bisphosphonates in the September issue of my newsletter. The mainstream media reported on these same dangers just last week. The most recent news is that the FDA is requesting labeling changes in the Warnings…

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Secondhand Smoke Hurts Your Pets

Most of you who follow Dr. Sinatra’s monthly newsletter Heart, Health and Nutrition, the free weekly e-letters, and the blogs are pretty health savvy when it comes to knowing and controlling your heart risk factors. Having met so many of you at Dr. Sinatra’s subscriber sessions, I’d even bet that…

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Dateline's Report and the Real News on Supplement Safety

…started formulating my own nutritional supplements through Healthy Directions, the company that has also published my Heart, Health & Nutrition newsletter for the past 16 years. It was the only way I could ensure that my patients—and my readers, like you—are taking supplements that are pure, potent…

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Pets Help Heart Attack Survivors

…Christmas season as we realized that it would soon be time to help our beloved 14-year-old dog to cross over. Those of you who have followed my newsletters may remember the March 1996 issue where I shared our joy about bringing a little Chow puppy “Chewie" (aka Princess Chewbacca) home to join our…

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Is Daily Aspirin Right for You?

…they had. Daily Aspirin Increases Bleeding Events Now, a new meta-analysis of 9 placebo-controlled trials challenges that practice. This month, the Archives of Internal Medicine published data collected from 100,000 people over six years showing that we have to treat 120 people with a daily aspirin to…

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Statins and Diabetes Linked in Study

As you may have seen in the news this week, researchers reported new findings in the Archives of Internal Medicine that link cholesterol-lowering statinss and diabetes. The findings were the result of a multi-year study which followed nearly 154,000 women in the Women’s Health initiative. What they…

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San Francisco To Pass Cell Phone Law

If you have been reading Dr. Sinatra's newsletters, e-letters, and blogs, you have been hearing his warnings about wireless communications and electro-pollution for over a year. And, most likely, you won’t be surprised to know that our family and friends are now feeding back to us breaking stories…

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We Can Knock Out Cancer--Right Now!

…Suzanne’s interviews provide readers with all the information she wished she’d had at the time of diagnosis, so they don’t have to search archives and the internet to find answers--or spend hours in waiting rooms looking for the right doctor. I wish this reference had been here for us a year…

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The Benefits of Fish Oil Supplements for Heart Disease

It’s been all over the news. A study review published in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that taking fish oil did not prevent heart attack or stroke survivors from having another cardiac event. One news headline read, “Fish Oil Delivers Few Heart Benefits, Study Finds.” This type of media…

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Best Multivitamins for Women: What the Media Didn't Report

Chances are you saw the recent news reports about a study that suggested multivitamins cause higher mortality rates in older women. The Archives of Internal Medicine released a study that followed about 40,000 women ages 55 to 69 for nineteen years and found that taking multivitamins was linked to a…

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