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Melatonin, Sleep Enhancement, and ADHD

25th January 2008
Melatonin is the hormone that regulates sleep. Produced by the Pineal Gland, this hormone controls the body's circadian rhythm, the internal clock that tells us when to fall asleep and when to wake up.Melatonin is also a very powerful antioxidant. In one ... Read >
Author: Anthony Kane, MD

Hormones—The Good, The Bad, and the Vital

11th June 2007
Hormones are vital to your health. Hormones are a catalyst, causing reactions to happen in the body. They regulate a number of actions in your body. The pituitary gland sends messages (hormones) to your thyroid, pancreas, liver, breast, ovaries, etc. All ... Read >
Author: Anita Murray

Words of Comfort When Words Fail You

27th February 2007
Words of Comfort When Words Fail You CancerCare Cards Harvest Blessings from Devastating Disease If a friend is down with the flu or has a stay in the hospital, you stop by the card shop or the grocery and pick up a card that says 'Thinking of ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Getting through the Menopause the Natural Way

20th February 2007
Any woman over forty years old knows that the menopause is coming sometime in the near future. There has been a lot of publicity about HRT and how, through taking this hormonal replacement, all your worries are over. The facts, however, are not as cle... Read >
Author: daphne nancholas

Why are Cabbage Family vegetables called:

16th January 2007
Cruciferous Vegetables are considered to be the "miracle foods" of the vegetable world. From a health perspective, these vegetables are one of the most important groups of vegetables. Cruciferous - A term referring to vegetables in the cabbage family ... Read >
Author: Monte Luxley

Indoor Tanning Benefits

01st September 2006
Too often we hear all the negative thing about tanning beds but what about the indoor tanning benefits? Great news! Read on to find about some of the benefits you can enjoy. Most of the studies we hear about are all negative telling us how bad tanning is ... Read >
Author: Claris Lindig

A Natural Remedy for Menopause- Herbs and Foods

31st August 2006
It's dreaded by every woman beyond child-bearing years. Obviously there's no cure. Menopause is an entirely natural process, like going through puberty when a woman develops breasts and begins her menstruation. Just as puberty reveals that a young woman i... Read >
Author: Lynne Doxley

Regain Lost Confidence By Buying a Mastectomy Bra

29th June 2006
Surviving the surgical procedure mastectomy doesn't end after going through the operation. A woman still needs to confront the difficult challenge of living a normal life despite the noticeable changes done on her body. The loss of a part or the whole bre... Read >
Author: Joyce Dietzel

"I Have Cancer? But I Feel so Good" (Part 2 of 2)

18th June 2006
What does the world's major health organization say about health? According to the World Health Organization, health has little to do with how you feel and a lot to do with "the state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely ... Read >
Author: Dr. Leslie Van Romer

11 Ways To Help Overcome Smoking

05th March 2006
"Quit Smoking" is the slogan of the hour. We all know that smoking is hazardous to your health. It has very severe ill effects, such as respiratory problems, lung cancer, breast cancer, bronchitis, emphysema, etc. It is thus the need of the hour that we s... Read >
Author: Melvin Holloway

A Guide to the Colors and Meanings of Awareness Ribbons

07th December 2005
In today's troubled global environment, we often see magnetic yellow ribbons attached to the backs of cars. When actors give a speech at the podium, they are often sporting a small red ribbon. Many of these ribbons are such common symbols that we instantl... Read >
Author: Michelle Yau

Benefits of Indole 3 Carbinol

17th November 2005
"Eat your brussel sprouts!"Mom really did have a great reason for forcing us to eat those horrible vegetables but I bet she didn't even know the full benefits.It turns out that cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and ca... Read >
Author: Nicole Bandes

The Importance of Lymphedema Medical Alert Bracelets

06th October 2005
Lymphedema is an accumulation of lymphatic fluid in the interstitial tissue that causes swelling, mostly in the arms and legs. It develops when lymphatic vessels are missing or impaired (primary), or when lymph vessels are damaged or lymph nodes removed (... Read >
Author: Richard Romando

Rubber band bracelets: be in the loop

08th September 2005
Those colorful loops of rubber should be quite familiar to you by now. Yes, we are talking about rubber band bracelets. They have become ubiquitous in the last couple of years. You can see them on the wrists of Tsunami aid workers, citizens campaigning fo... Read >
Author: Lisa Hyde-Barrett

Melatonin, Sleep Enhancement, and ADHD - Auto Recovery

15th August 2005
Melatonin, Sleep Enhancement, and ADHD by Anthony Kane, MD OverviewMelatonin is a natural hormone, which is produced and secreted by the pineal gland. Melatonin plays an important role in the regulation of many hormones in the body. Among its key roles, m... Read >
Author: Anthony Kane, MD
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