Tag: breast cancer

Have You Heard About Thermography?

Have You Heard About Thermography?

The topic of breast cancer screening is a controversial one, with an array of recommendations even among mainstream medical organizations. Mammograms are the recommended screening method in conventional medicine, but when to begin screening and how often to screen are debated. More and more integrative physicians are looking to thermography as a safe screening method that can greatly reduce the…

It’s in the Air You Breathe

We all know air pollution is bad for you. That’s a fact. But it can be hard to determine just how bad it really is. There have been many studies that link air pollution to harmful health effects. Recently, a strong link between diabetes and air pollution was found, even at air pollution levels that are lower than the current…

Love to Clean? Listen Up!

I can be a little neurotic sometimes when it comes to cleaning. What can I say? I love a clean house! But for all you gals like me who spend a lot of your free time scrubbing, polishing, spraying and sprucing up, this recent study published in the journal Environmental Health might be somewhat of an eye-opener. Scientists looked at…

Gut bacteria linked to breast cancer and other diseases?

Notable News – You know how I’m always saying that everything comes back to your gut? Turns out scientists at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago are thinking the same thing! In an upcoming study funded by the U.S. Department of Defense (as in, the big guys), researchers are going to look into whether the bacteria in our gut are…