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What Causes Glaucoma? Scientists May Have Finally Figured It Out

Glaucoma affects 70 million people worldwide, making it the most prevalent neurodegenerative disease and one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness. The disease is characterized by the progressive degeneration of the cells of the retina and the optic nerve. [Continue Reading]

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Coconut oil is not healthy according to the American Heart Association

Do you love coconut oil? Well, beware, perhaps this alleged "superfood" may not be so beneficial to your health after all. In fact, many supposed superfoods may not be as miraculous as you think. [...]

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Nobel Prize Discovery Proves You Can Defeat Impotence Now!

Nobel prize-winning research discovered that impotence can be reversed or prevented with a natural health program. Impotence is almost always a physiological problem. It is very [Continue Reading]

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Who’s At Risk from the Vitamin D Deficiency Epidemic?

How did a humble vitamin that can be obtained free from sunshine make Time Magazine’s Top 10 Medical Breakthroughs for 2007? The other nine medical breakthroughs were all [Continue Reading]

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