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Long term aspirin use tied to lower colon cancer risk in women

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105 www.safety-lane.com Long term aspirin use tied to lower colon cancer risk in women Low-dose aspirin, even if not taken daily, may reduce a woman’s risk of colon cancer over the long term, according to a new study that did not find the same effect for other types of cancer. The apparent benefit came at… Read more »

Later retirement linked to lower risk of Alzheimer’s, study shows

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105 www.safety-lane.com Later retirement linked to lower risk of Alzheimer’s, study shows Keep working, keep mentally active, keep Alzheimer’s disease away.  Workers who postpone retirement are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia known to affect the elderly than those who leave their jobs at age 60, a recent survey of… Read more »

Age-related weight gain doesn’t have to happen!

chiropractic-lane.com 07105www.safety-lane.com Age-related weight gain doesn’t have to happen!Gaining weight with age often occurs so gradually — the rule seems to be a pound a year. But 20 years equals 20 pounds. Yikes! Don’t resign yourself to it. Dr. Lane suggests that there are six things that have the biggest impact on weight gain as you age…. Read more »

Lymphoma (cancer) Linked to Unhealed Celiac Disease

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07015www.safety-lane.comLymphoma (cancer) Linked to unhealed Celiac DiseasePeople with celiac disease whose intestines are slow to heal are at increased risk of cancer of the immune system, or lymphoma, according to a new study.Researchers found that people with celiac disease who had persistent damage to their intestines after being diagnosed – possibly due to lack… Read more »

Do your own homework: Industry influence found in food additive reports

www.safety-lane.com 07105 www.chiropractic-lane.com Do your own homework: Industry influence found in food additive reports All of the notices U.S. regulators received to vouch for the safety of common food additives between 1997 and 2012 were submitted by people who had a vested interest in the outcome of those assessments, according to a study published in… Read more »

Thinking of Hormone Replacement Therapy? Good!

www.safety-lane.com 07105www.chiropractic-lane.com Thinking of Hormone Replacement Therapy?  Good! For years, as healthy women entered and went through menopause, they’ve been frightened away from hormone therapy by reports of a two-fold increase in dementia and cognitive decline for those who took estrogen or combined estrogen and progesterone. (Not to mention the overblown reports of increased risk… Read more »

Fruit Eating is Not Sugar Eating! Eat Fruit!

www.safety-lane.com 07105www.chiropractic-lane.comFruit Eating is Not Sugar Eating!  Eat Fruit! Experts agree that we are eating too much sugar, which is contributing to obesity and other health problems. But in the rush to avoid sugar, many low-carb dieters and others are avoiding fruits. But fresh fruit should not become a casualty in the sugar wars, many… Read more »

Back Pain Remains Overtreated with Narcotics, Chiropractic Suggested

www.safety-lane.com 07105www.chiropractic-lane Back Pain Remains Overtreated Well-established guidelines for the treatment of back pain require very conservative management — in most cases, no more than aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol) and chiropractic care. Advanced imaging procedures, narcotics and referrals to other physicians are recommended only for the most refractory cases or those with serious other symptoms.But a… Read more »

Heart Drugs Affect Breast Cancer Risk: Good and Bad

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105www.safety-lane.comHeart Drugs Affect Breast Cancer Risk: Good and Bad The first observational study of long-term antihypertensive use and breast cancer risk has found that calcium-channel blockers are associated with a more than 2-fold increased risk and that angiotensin-converting-enzyme (ACE) inhibitors are associated with a reduced risk.These findings come from a study published online August… Read more »

Early Signs of Alzheimer’s disease

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105www.safety-lane.com Early Signs of Alzheimer’s disease Researchers from Birmingham City University in the U.K. have completed a two year study of brain scans on patients suffering from amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI), a common precursor of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). Approximately 80 percent of patients with aMCI will eventually develop AD. Brain scans of affected… Read more »