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  • Links Between Obesity and Cognitive Decline

    Links Between Obesity and Cognitive Decline

    Belly fat is strongly correlated with many different health risks. Patients may often hear warnings that belly fat, obesity, or merely being overweight can contribute to risks such as hypertension, diabetes, colon cancer, and other types of cancer. However, a new study...

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  • The Frightening Rise of Colon Cancer in Younger Adults

    The Frightening Rise of Colon Cancer in Younger Adults

    Earlier in 2018, the American Cancer Society updated their colorectal cancer screening guidelines, in the wake of many adults younger than age 50 being diagnosed with the disease. Prior to May 2018, the recommended guideline for the first colon cancer screening was a...

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  • Eating Healthy With Prebiotics

    Eating Healthy With Prebiotics

    Probiotics, prebiotics, multivitamins, organic. No sugar, no carbs, no coffee, no cheating. Sometimes eating healthy sounds way too complicated. But it doesn’t have to be. Eating right and being healthy may actually be easier than most diets make it out to be. Eating the...

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  • Heed Heartburn’s Warning

    Heed Heartburn’s Warning

    Do you ignore a warning sign on the road? Do you assume it is misplaced or that it’s probably not a big deal? Of course not! You understand that warning signs strategically alert you of an impending danger and you adjust your course of action. You slow down or take...

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  • Invisible Blood in Stool Linked to Various Diseases

    Invisible Blood in Stool Linked to Various Diseases

    Most patients are already aware that blood in the stool is indicative of some type of health problem. Typically, these diagnoses are not life-threatening and are connected to various GI problems, hemorrhoids, or other infection. However, researchers have recently found a...

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