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Caffeine as a Parkinson's Treatment

disease, but more and more research supports the idea that it may help prevent the problem. Now this study shows that, at the same dosage routinely consumed by many coffee drinkers, caffeine can be an inexpensive form of treatment. You May Also Be Interested In: * Other therapies to reduce Parkinson's

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Is That Bug Spray Worth Your Health?

…Pesticides are neurotoxins that increase the risk of neurological problems in humans, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and ALS (better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease). They also cause a host of acute symptoms, such as chronic fatigue, insomnia, depression, brain fog, numbness…

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Fight Alzheimer's With Honokiol

…compound from the magnolia tree, honokiol has been shown to be helpful with Alzheimer’s disease as well as many neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. These types of diseases are triggered by nerve cell damage caused by inflammation. A recent study has found that honokiol…

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Increase Omega-3 for Heart Health

…Cardiovascular disease steadfastly remains the number-one killer of men and women in the US. It now accounts for over 50 percent of all deaths. But over 100 years ago, cardiovascular disease was responsible for only 15 percent of deaths. One of the reasons for this dramatic increase in cardiovascular disease has…

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Dried Apples Lower Cholesterol

…Even more remarkably, there was a 32% decline in their C-reactive protein, an indicator of inflammation and a known risk factor in cardiovascular disease. What was even more surprising was that those eating the dried apples, which added an additional 240 calories per day to their diet, lost an average…

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Could Tap Water Contribute to Prostate Cancer?

…specifically destroying their nervous system, are contributing to the unexplained increase in so many neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease, and Lou Gehrig’s disease. If you are on a private, uncontaminated well (that you’ve tested) then there’s little doubt your tap water…

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