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Men's Health, Women's Health

7 Things to Check If you Suffer from Headaches

7 Things to Check If you Suffer from Headaches

  By Dr Neal Springer It’s impossible to avoid the advertisements for painkillers – they’re eon every screen we use today. And the ads make it seem so safe to take those little pills. But we’re in the throes of a serious opioid addiction epidemic in the country – doctors [...]

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Men's Health, Women's Health

Most American Hospitals Fail Online Patient Needs

Most American Hospitals Fail Online Patient Needs

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Men's Health, Women's Health

Digestive Problems:  The most mismanaged health issue

Digestive Problems: The most mismanaged health issue

According to NIH.gov, forty percent of Americans suffer from intermittent indigestion. While popping antacids may provide temporary relief, it certainly doesn’t address the cause of the problem. “Finding the cause, and a correct treatment, is doomed to failure if it involves Antacids, inhibiting drugs, and pain killers,” says Dr. Neal Springer, [...]

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Anti-Aging, Men's Health, Women's Health

Why Isn’t My Brain Working?

Why Isn’t My Brain Working?

By Dr. Neal Springer   Millions of people worldwide suffer from the earliest symptoms and signs of brain-degeneration.  They may not even be aware of the symptoms. It is possible to spot brain degeneration and stop it before it’s too late. Not sure if you, or a loved one, has the [...]

by × November 26, 2013 × 2 comments

Women's Health

Daily Aspirin May be Risky Health Choice

Daily Aspirin May be Risky Health Choice

  We’ve been told for years that an aspirin a day could be just what we need to keep our heart healthy.  Now a new study says the risk of side effects may not make this the best health choice. Published in the National Institute for Health Research, the study [...]

by × November 7, 2013 × 1 comment

Men's Health, Retirement, Women's Health

Radical Life Extension and Your Retirement Plan

Radical Life Extension and Your Retirement Plan

Medical science is rapidly evolving in it’s ability to treat aging as a curable disease. This means in the not too distant future, living to age 120 and beyond will become normal. Of course we will have to pay for being around longer! For most people recently retired or planning to retire soon, [...]

by × January 6, 2013 × 0 comments