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Jan 7 2016
By THE EDITORS OF EATCLEAN.COM JANUARY 7, 2016 PHOTOGRAPH BY SWELL MEDIA/GETTY IMAGES             The much-anticipated 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans dropped today, and while we saw added...
Jan 4 2016
By Dr. Mercola Each and every day, you come into contact with a large number of items—many of which have health risks that can accumulate over time. Many chemicals appear safe yet aren't, and are not likely to be suspected when your health starts failing. But other items that are part of the "standard" of contemporary living—such as electronics and even your office chair—can also do more harm...
Jan 4 2016
Austin Frakt THE NEW HEALTH CARE DEC. 28, 2015 Photo   Credit Lena Bush    Most people would agree that it would be better to prevent cancer, if we could, than to treat it once it developed. Yet economic incentives encourage researchers to focus on treatment rather than...
Jan 4 2016
By Catey Hill Published: Dec 19, 2015 7:44 a.m. ET For the most part, ‘bad luck’ isn’t responsible for cancer VIKTOR DRACHEV/AFP/Getty Images Do most people who get cancer simply have bad luck? Or is cancer something they might be able to prevent? A new study suggests the latter.  The study, whose results have just been published...

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