Life Choices & Cancer

 November 17, 2019

According to Duane Cross, our lifestyle may increase the risk of cancer. It’s always about choice and what we do in life that may increase our chance of cancer. Cross believes that some careers and cancer seem to go hand in hand. Even though we eat right as per the experts, you might still be […]

Body Parts That Reveal Age

 November 16, 2019

I recently read an article by Shelley Emling that gives us hints on what body parts reveal our age first. We all want to age gracefully and not look older than we really are. Our skin thins and is less elastic than when we were younger. Then come the wrinkles, age spots, and skin tags! […]

What Is Cribriform Breast Cancer?

 November 15, 2019

We at New Hope Unlimited have seen all types and forms of cancers. We have seen cancers that are of the usual types and some of the rarest in the world. Cribriform breast cancer is a rare form of breast cancer that is further explained and investigated by Rachel Nall, RN, BSN, CCRN and reviewed […]

What Is Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease?

 November 14, 2019

This disease is probably better known as mad cow disease, which gives it a stigma.  This can be a life shattering and even death disease.  Dr. Robert Ashley gave some further information on this devastating disease. Creutzfeldt-jakob disease (CJD) is the most common prion disease in humans.  They are infectious but not viruses or bacteria, […]

Test 3

 November 14, 2019

Test 3

Test 4

 November 14, 2019

Test 4

What Are Memories Made Of?

 November 13, 2019

When thinking of memories, we conjure up childhood parties, weddings or maybe your child’s birth.  Charles Hoeffer, assistant professor of integrative physiology at CU Boulder has been working for 5 years to better understand a protein called AKT.  His answer would be, he thinks about proteins.  AKT is ubiquitous in brain tissue and instrumental in […]

Timing of Cardiac Arrest

 November 12, 2019

According to an article written by Robert Preidt of the HealthDay Reporter, the timing of a cardiac arrest may affect survival.  These rates are rising for people who have cardiac arrest while they are in the hospital, according to a study.  If a cardiac arrest would happen at night or on a weekend, your possibility […]

Seborrheic Keratoses

 November 11, 2019

Exactly what is seborrheic keratoses?  Dr. Robert Ashley expands on what this is and how to care for this condition. Seborrheic keratoses are small, brown, rough and very itchy spots developing on the back and other areas.  Many are explained away by age and we just have to live with it.  These are also known […]

Protein Identifies Cancer Cells

 November 10, 2019

I discovered an article written by Catharine Paddock, PhD who gives information on a protein that identifies cancer cells that are becoming aggressive and ready to spread to the rest of the body.  Researchers from Rockefeller University in New York and the University of Bergen in Norway, have reported their findings called PITPNC1 in the […]