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February 25th, 2013 · Naturopathic News · , , ,

The Huffington Post (huffingtonpost.com) – How Antioxidants Really Protect Against Stroke and Dementia – By Jaimie Dalessio – (Thursday, February 21, 2013) – The protective power of antioxidants against stroke and dementia may have less to do with your total dietary intake of antioxidants and more to do with the specific foods that contribute to […]

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Updates on Vitamin D3

September 2nd, 2012 · Dr. Kane's Articles · , , ,

Homo sapiens evolved in Africa as a hairless ape. That creature spent LOTS of time outside, with a prodigious amount of skin exposure in a nice sunny environment. Today homo sapiens is largely an indoor mammal, and typically covers up a good deal of skin when venturing outside. Often when in a relaxed stance, say […]

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Pearls from the 2008 Naturopathic Medicine Convention

August 13th, 2008 · Naturopathic News · , , , , , ,

Random clinical pearls from the 2008 Naturopathic Medicine convention in Phoenix, AZ (Aug 13-17, 2008) on DIABETES management, the question of SOY, Vitamin D, kidney stone prevention…

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Osteoporosis Update

September 17th, 2007 · Naturopathic News · , , , ,

Loss of height of one inch or more may be an indicator of a vertebral fracture.That means one of the 29 “backbones” forming the spine might have a crack or be slightly crushed.These vertebral fractures are much more common than one would think and vertebral fracture is emerging as an important indicator of osteoporosis. For […]

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Bone Loss: Treating with Diet & Exercise

October 3rd, 2005 · Dr. Kane's Articles · , ,

From Women’s Health, January 2005 Q: I’m a 70-yr old female. What can I do naturally to improve my bone health and vertebrae deterioration? (H.G., Schooleys Mt., NJ)

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Osteoporosis

September 22nd, 2001 · Dr. Kane's Articles · ,

Osteoporosis, which means “porous bone,” is a bone-thinning disease that has affected over 200 million people worldwide. It has been called the “silent disease” because it comes on with few or no warning signs. It is the major cause of fractures, particularly of the spine, hip, ribs and wrist in older persons. Common symptoms include […]

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Menopause

September 22nd, 2001 · Dr. Kane's Articles · , , ,

Q: I’m 50 and starting the “change of life.” I’m very upset that I can’t make a decision about whether or not to take hormones. If I don’t take hormones maybe my bones will all shatter. But if I do take hormones maybe I’ll get uterine cancer. So maybe I should get a hysterectomy. But […]

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