The Keto Diet Plan and Alzheimer’s Prevention

Can a Keto Diet Plan be Linked to Alzheimer’s Prevention? Some Studies Show Evidence! Is there any evidence that the right kind of diet may help with Alzheimer’s disease prevention? There is intriguing support coming out of studies being done … Read More

Lyme Disease Is Still In Season!

Lyme Disease Is Still In Season! The Primary Key To Battling Lyme Disease Is Maintaining A Healthy Immune System If you think Lyme disease is winding down for the season, think again! Record warm temperatures are keeping ticks active late … Read More

Is It Dementia Or Mild Cognitive Impairment?

What Is Mild Cognitive Impairment? Particularly after we reach a certain age, we have all asked questions like these: “Where did I put my car keys?” “What was it I was saying?” “What was that guy’s name, again?” In spite … Read More

A2M Therapy: A New Weapon Against Osteoarthritis?

A2M Therapy: A New Weapon Against Osteoarthritis? Haven’t heard of Alpha 2 Macroglobulin (A2M)? You’re not alone. But if you or a loved one suffers from osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis (RA), this naturally occurring protein found in blood plasma just … Read More

Facts About Kidney Failure And Disease

Facts About Kidney Failure And Disease More than 661,000 Americans have kidney failure. When these critical organs are healthy and working, they are essential in helping the entire body keep clean, strong, well-fueled and running properly. That’s why kidney failure … Read More

Reversing Brain Injury: 6 Effective Therapies

These 6 Therapies Are Repairing The Damage Of Brain Injury Right Now! In May of this year, an expert in neuroscience delivered exciting news to a roomful of medical professionals. It was a watershed moment for one of today’s fastest … Read MoreRead More

The 4 Basic Stem Cell Types: Knowing The Difference

Understanding Stem Cell Types And How Each Are Affected By Stem Cell Ethics Stem cell ethics and medical ethics go hand-in-hand. Legitimate stem cell medical facilities have been in the U.S. for many years now. But there are still some … Read MoreRead More