Recent Articles from Dr. Fredda

  • Anti-Inflammatory Drug & Cancer Relation

    There is an association with the regular use of over-the-counter non-steroidal inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as aspirin and ibuprofen that is associated with an increased risk of dying in patients diagnosed with Type 1 endometrial cancers.  This information is revealed by a new population-based study that is led by The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer […] Read More

  • Benefits of Sulfur

    Based on percentage of total body weight, sulfur is the 3rd most abundant mineral in your body.  Close to ½ of it can be found in your muscles, skin and bones, and sulfur plays important roles in hundreds of physiological processes.  In order for proteins to maintain their shape, sulfur bonds are required and they […] Read More

  • Broccoli May Slow Age Decline

    A foundational aspect of a healthy diet is to eat plenty of fresh vegetables.  A healthy diet can help to lower your risk for many chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke and certain cancers.  This is especially ideal if you eat organic foods to avoid pesticides and GMO’s. Vegetables contain antioxidants and […] Read More

  • Brush Strokes & Dementia

    An interesting article written by Ana Sandolu highlights the affects that brushstrokes have to help identify dementia in painters.  Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, both neurodegenerative disorders, affect millions of people in the U.S. every year. Soon some new research could improve the early detection of these illnesses because scientists may have discovered a way to […] Read More

  • Cancer Myths & Facts

    Many people believe that you will get cancer because someone in your family had it, but that is false.  About ½ of men and 1/3 of the women in the U.S. will get the disease at some point. Only about 5%-10% of cases are linked to genes from their parents.  The doctors aren’t sure why […] Read More

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