Testosterone Promotes Cognitive Acuity Posted on July 11, 2013, 6 a.m. in Women’s Health Brain and Mental Performance Hormone Replacement Therapy Testosterone A testosterone gel applied daily may improve cognitive performance in postmenopausal women, suggests research completed by a team at Monash University (Australia). Susan Davis and colleagues studied 92 healthy postmenopausal women, ages 55,
“Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.”
Those are famous words from the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, often called the father of Western medicine.
He actually used to prescribe garlic to treat a variety of medical conditions.
Well… modern science has recently confirmed many of these beneficial health effects.
Here are 11 health benefits of garlic that are supported by human research studies.
Dr Martin Hill, GP, anti-ageing medicine specialist
13 July 2007
BIO-IDENTICAL hormone replacement has received significant media interest and has been the subject of medical debate.
Central to the controversy of hormone replacement is the form of hormone prescribed and the mode of delivery of that hormone.
The medical literature reports that not all oestrogens are the same and that progestins are different from progesterone, therefore the benefit/risk profiles of each combination will be different.1-5
You already know that fruits and vegetables are good for you.
According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 1,660,290 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. before the end of 2013. Of that number, approximately 580,350 Americans, nearly 1,600 each day, will die. After heart disease, cancer is still the second-leading cause of death in the U.S., and is attributed to every 1 in 4 deaths.
Most people are aware of the consequences of smoking, lack of exercise, excessive alcohol use and poor diet. In fact, the World Cancer Research Fund predicts that at least 25% of the estimated new cases of cancer diagnosed in 2013 will result from poor nutrition, sedentary lifestyle and obesity.