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A Low Methionine Diet May Help Starve Cancer Cells

A Low Methionine Diet May Help Starve Cancer Cells

When designing an antibiotic, we can’t create a drug that destroys DNA because that’s something that both humans and bacteria share in...

July 8, 2014 with 16 Comments
Pistachios May Help Erectile Dysfunction

Pistachios May Help Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is a major cause of decreased quality of life in men—so much so that one early theory suggested that this may...

May 27, 2014 with 20 Comments
Foods for a Long Life and Love Life

Foods for a Long Life and Love Life

Motivating patients to change poor lifestyle habits can be extremely difficult. Preventing cardiovascular events such as heart attacks or...

May 22, 2014 with 10 Comments
Foods With Natural Melatonin

Foods With Natural Melatonin

We know that inadequate sleeping is associated with changes in diet—people tend to eat worse—but what about the opposite question: Can...

April 3, 2014 with 14 Comments
Dealing With Air Travel Radiation Exposure

Dealing With Air Travel Radiation Exposure

Doctors appear to be causing tens of thousands of cancers with CT scans and dentists may be causing a few brain tumors with dental X-rays...

February 20, 2014 with 8 Comments
Flax and Breast Cancer Prevention

Flax and Breast Cancer Prevention

Just a teaspoon of ground flaxseeds a day may help protect against breast cancer. In 1980 a new compound was discovered in human urine....

October 15, 2013 with 9 Comments
The Best Nutrition Bar

The Best Nutrition Bar

There are a variety of healthier fruit and nut bars on the market now that boast dried fruit as a primary ingredient. Dried fruit is...

September 19, 2013 with 3 Comments
Go Nuts for Breast Cancer Prevention

Go Nuts for Breast Cancer Prevention

The Black Women’s Health Study I profiled in my last blog Prevent Breast Cancer by Any Greens Necessary was out of Boston University....

June 18, 2013 with 1 Comment
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