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Niacin, Coronary Disease and Longevity

Niacin, Coronary Disease and Longevity by Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. Background In 1954, it was impossible to predict or even to think that my bleeding gums would one day, 31 years later, lead to additional useful life to people with coronary disease related to cholesterol and lipid metabolism. That year, malocclusion of my teeth had […]

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Sleep disorders – more info

Insomnia New Studies Examine Sleep in Older Adults Evidence Shows Benefits of “Power Naps” and Sleeping Later Sleep Deprivation Takes a Toll: Only 4-6 Hours Is Not Enough Study Pinpoints Bad Sleep Habits of Many with Insomnia Bright Light Therapy Improves the Sleep of People with Insomnia Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Medications Have had insomnia […]

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Got to sleep and lose weight

Children who Sleep Less are More Likely to be Overweight Children who Sleep Less are More Likely to be Overweight Overweight children often fail to get enough sleep and are more likely to have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). American Academy of Sleep Medicine AASM | 05/08/2008 Related Articles For Children, Poor Sleep Can Lead to […]

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Even 9 can kill you

That extra 9 pounds of fat, that is. Even Nine of These Can Be Deadly You likely already know that obesity is the single most dangerous risk factor in the development of heart disease. Excess fat puts stress on the endothelial cells lining your blood vessels, leading to a condition known as endothelial dysfunction—the earliest […]

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