How Vitamin C Kills Cancer Cells


Although the use of intravenous high-dose vitamin C as a treatment for cancer has not been approved the FDA, there have been several successful scientifically documented cases.[1]
The majority of vitamin C therapies involve administering it orally, Scientists have however proven that…
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Surviving Stage IV Cancer With Natural Treatments


Stage IV cancer is when the cancer has progressed beyond the original area to other organs of the body as well as lymph nodes and nearby blood vessels. Stage IV cancer is also known as metastatic cancer and can usually no longer be treatable with localized treatments such as radiotherapy or…
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Popular Blood Pressure Medication Increases Risk Of Skin Cancer


Research shows an association between skin cancer and one of the most common hypertension medications. Researchers looked at the relation between hydrochlorothiazide containing antihypertensive medication and increased skin cancer risk. It has been previously demonstrated that this commonly used…
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16:8 Fasting Diet Proven To Be Effective For Weight Loss


There is now preliminary scientific evidence that supports the 16:8 diet, which can be another effective weight loss tool. According to a study, fasting every day is effective for reducing weight and lowering blood pressure. The study examined how time-restricted eating affected weight loss in…
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Higher Vitamin D Levels Linked To Reduced Breast Cancer Risk


A study has indicated that higher vitamin D levels are associated with reduced breast cancer risk. Data was pooled from 2 randomized clinical trials consisting of 3,325 participants and a prospective study consisting of 1,713 participants for examining the association between breast cancer risk…
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