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Love Lust And Laughter – 07.11.17

Brad Coates (www.CoatesandFrey.com)  returned to the show. He knows all about marriage and divorce because he is a divorce lawyer in Honolulu, Hawaii and has written “DIVORCE with DECENCY” –  now in its 5th Edition. In 1972, 75% of all U.S. adults were married, but by a 2010 Census married couples comprised only 48% of all U.S. households. What are the …

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Ask The Blood Detective – Mastering Inflammation – Truth & Lies – how a natural process can cure or kill you! – 05.13.17

Inflammation can cure you – if you learn how to direct it, or kill you if you fail to take care of your body right. Sometimes inflammation is protective of your immune system, blood vessels and body tissues, but also contributes to all manner of death and disease. Join Dr. Michael Wald, aka, The BLOOD DETECTIVE, (DC, Board Certified Nutritionist), …

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Ask The Blood Detective – Health Confidence – 02.11.17

Dr. Michael Wald, known as the blood detective, is host of, Ask The Blood Detective every Saturday at 1 o’clock on PRNFM online radio. Health Confidence has been “…called one of Dr. WALD’s best shows ever due to the depth of his discussions on how Health Confidence literally and biochemically sets the stage for health building and disease formation. Dr. WALD skillfully intertwines how our concepts about health shape our chemistry and how to use real world science, like blood testing, to maximize quality of life and perhaps premature death. Dr. Michael Wald is Supervisor of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. Www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com. Email: Info@BloodDetective.com

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Parental absence in early childhood linked to smoking and drinking before teens

Parental absence in early childhood as a result of death or relationship break-down is linked to a heightened risk of starting to smoke and drink alcohol before that child reaches his/her teens, indicates research published online in the Archives of Disease in Childhood. Previous research suggests that childhood adversities are associated with poorer mental and physical health in adulthood, and …

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Brain changes seen in veterans with PTSD after mindfulness training

Like an endlessly repeating video loop, horrible memories and thoughts can keep playing over and over in the minds of people with post-traumatic stress disorder. They intrude at the quietest moments, and don’t seem to have an off switch. But a new study in veterans with PTSD shows the promise of mindfulness training for enhancing the ability to manage those thoughts if …

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Study Reveals Environment, Behavior Contribute To Some 80 Percent Of Cancers –

A team of researchers from Stony Brook University, led by Yusuf Hannun, MD, the Joel Strum Kenny Professor in Cancer Research and Director of the Stony Brook University Cancer Center, have found quantitative evidence proving that extrinsic risk factors, such as environmental exposures and behaviors weigh heavily on the development of a vast majority (approximately 70 to 90 percent) of …

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Megan Boyle – AN IMPORTANT NEW REASON TO KEEP PESTICIDES AWAY FROM CHILDREN

Despite major improvements in treatment and survival, children’s cancer rates are rising in the United States, leaving parents and scientists alike searching for evidence of what’s behind the trend. A new report sheds light into one avoidable risk: household pesticides. Children exposed to insecticides inside their homes have a 47 percent higher risk of developing certain cancers in childhood, according to the …

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Data scientists find connections between birth month and health – Dr. Nick Tatonetti

Columbia University scientists have developed a computational method to investigate the relationship between birth month and disease risk. The researchers used this algorithm to examine New York City medical databases and found 55 diseases that correlated with the season of birth. Overall, the study indicated people born in May had the lowest disease risk, and those born in October the …

Estimating the global burden of cancer in 2013; 14.9 million new cases worldwide

Researchers from around the world have worked together to try to measure the global burden of cancer and they estimate there were 14.9 million new cases of cancer, 8.2 million deaths and 196.3 million years of a healthy life lost in 2013, according to a Special Communication published online by JAMA Oncology. The Global Burden of Disease study by the Global …