Ovarian cancer is often called a “silent” disease because early symptoms may be subtle. But the statistics are loud and clear. More than 1 in 70 women will develop ovarian cancer in her lifetime. In 2012, more than 22,000 women…
Have you ever heard someone newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes say they have “a touch of sugar”? That’s a benign description of type 2 diabetes, a progressive but highly manageable disease that often goes unrecognized until early symptoms of…
A surprising number of people are discovering they lack this essential and plentiful nutrient. When it comes to vitamin D, taking your vitamins is as easy as stepping outside. Sunshine is the primary source of this vitamin, which plays an…
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