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Sep 13 2017
ADVOCACY “Cancer schmancer,” says Fran Drescher. She wrote a book about it, and started a movement and a foundation to flip the script on cancer. Instead of only searching for a cure, why not work on prevention and early detection? Since her diagnosis with uterine cancer, Fran Drescher has changed her focus and perspective. “Mind, body and spirit must be in balance for my immune system to operate at an optimum level,” she explains. And since she was first diagnosed, she’s become more self-aware about managing her stress levels and reducing the toxins she says are “prevalent in most people’s daily life.” Detox your home The Cancer Schmancer Foundation created a “Detox Your Home” program because the home, as Drescher puts it, “is...
Aug 28 2017
  Dr Aly Cohen contributes to TLC health news report. Flint, Michigan, has been in the headlines over the past five months  because dangerously high levels of lead were found in the city’s water supply. According to reports, between 6,000 to 12,000 children in the area were exposed to lead, and the rest of the country has been watching, horrified. …  “The CPSIA reduced lead content in toys in 2008 to 600 parts per million,” explains Dr. Aly Cohen, an autoimmune disease specialist and founder of The Smart Human. “By 2012, the amount of lead allowed in most new products for children 12 and younger was 100 parts per million.” Cohen uses The Smart Human to give tips on how to reduce exposure to everyday chemicals and...

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