10 Tips for Breast Cancer Prevention

 1. OPTIMIZE YOUR VITAMIN D LEVELS

Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin because the sun is our best source.  So after decades of loading up on the sunscreen, it is no surprise that a majority of the population is now deficient. Vitamin D blocks the growth of breast cancer tumor cells. Someone with light toned skin produces enough vitamin D after only about 15-20 minutes in the sun a few times a week (darker skinned individuals ...

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Flu Season

It’s flu season, and an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

The flu virus can change from year to year and can spread easily.  The flu virus occurs during fall, winter and spring.  When a person with the flu sneezes, coughs, talks, or laughs, the flu virus can spread into the air as droplets from the mouth or nose.  These droplets can spread to people and surface within 3 to 6 feet.  The flu virus can spread ...

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