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April, 2009 - Volume 4 - Number 6

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Cover Story A New Look at Lasers and Acne Novel therapies, such as light and laser sources, can treat acne and its associated scarring, By David Goldberg, MD Feature Articles A Double-Edged Sword? Bisphosphonates play an important role in osteoporosis treatment. But these agents have come under fire recently. By Atul F. Kamath, MD The Fish Factor Urge patients to bolster their diets with ...

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References for The Fish Factor

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Vol. 4 • Issue 6 • Page 31 1. Erasmus, U.  Fats That Heal: Fats That Kill.  Burnaby BC Canada: Alive Books, 1993. 2. Omen, C.M., et al., Association between trans fatty acid intake and 10 year risk of coronary heart disease in the Zutphen ...

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Energizing the Heart with CoQ10

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When it comes to cardiovascular disease, statistics paint a grim picture. More than 260,000 Americans die every day from the disease and its complications.1 Equally troubling is that more than 70 million Americans live with known risk factors that precede these fatalities.1 Although early preventive measures can turn the tide against this killer, heart disease remains the No. 1 cause of death in ...

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Vol. 4 • Issue 4 • Page 41 1. Umesh, K.N., Monica, K.B., et. al., Prevalence of conventional risk factors in patients with coronary heart disease. Journal of American Medical Association. 2003 Aug; 7(290): 898-904. 2. Toppy, J.M., Cassio, L., Glass, R.M. ...

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Energizing the Heart with CoQ10

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Vol. 4 • Issue 4 • Page 41 When it comes to cardiovascular disease, statistics paint a grim picture. More than 260,000 Americans die every day from the disease and its complications.1Equally troubling is that more than 70 million Americans live with known risk factors that precede these fatalities.1 Although early preventive measures can turn the tide against this killer, heart ...

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November 2008 - Volume 4 - Issue 4

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Cover Story Eating for Your Genes Nutrigenetics may tell us precisely how diet affects us, right down to our genes. But critics question the clinical utility of this approach. Healthy Aging's Marci A. Landsmann offers both perspectives of the issue. Feature Articles Staying Ahead of Hair Loss A new genetic test can accurately identify baldness risk with a medically acceptable degree of ...

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Sharpen the Mind With Smart Nutrients

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As Americans continue to age, scientists are trying to find ways to keep the brain active, strong and vital. Emerging research shows that certain nutritional supplements can interact with various neuroreceptors to keep the mind youthful at any age. These "smart nutrients," in fact, can prevent and treat Alzheimer's and senility, improve brain function and sharpen memory.1 The following ...

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George Redmon, PhD, ND

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George L. Redmon, PhD, ND, is an expert on nutritional supplements, herbal botanicals and holistic health care. Published in various health and alternative health care publications, he has also authored six books focusing on alternative ways to treat and manage arthritis, chronic fatigue, sexual dysfunction and prostate disturbances. The following is an excerpt from an article by Dr. Redmon that ...

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References for Sharpen the Mind with Smart NutrientsBy George L. Redmon, PhD, NDVol. 3, Issue 7Pp. 63-66 1. Bastianetto, S., Brouillette, J., Quirion, R. Neuroprotective effects of natural products: interaction with intracellular kinases, amyloid peptides and a possible role for transthyretin. Neurochem Res. 2007 April 4. 2. Inano, A., Sai, Y., Nikaido, H., et. al., Acetyl-L-canitine ...

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May/June 2008 - Volume 4 - Issue 1

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Cover StoryUnder Cognitive SurveillanceIs memory screening one way to combat the looming epidemic of Alzheimer's disease? Healthy Aging's Nicole Woods talks to the experts, who share their insights on this controversial tool.Feature Articles Promoting Youthful FunctionPrimary locus intervention is a novel approach that targets hormone decline in the brain itself. Richard Walker, PhD, RPh, ...

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