A recent study found cases of this cancer have tripled over the last 30 years. Researchers studying it believe the culprit may be lurking in places that might be the last places you’d suspect it. Julie Ann Sosa, Professor of Surgery & Medicine, and Chief of Endocrine Surgery at Duke Cancer Institute, Duke University Medical Center, said there’s a virtual epidemic of this cancer that in the United States.
It’s pretty common to see these items listed as healthy additions to one’s diet. What’s surprising to a lot of people is that they can be especially good for your brain. And the most “news-like” element of this article is that certain types have certain and distinct types of benefits for cognition, and weight control. What type of items are we talking about?
If you're a coffee drinker you may often have people tell you that you should back off your coffee drinking because they’ve heard it’s bad for your health. The truth, according to research, is that it has significant health benefits… with a few caveats we’ll detail later in this article. And another drink that's always had a "better reputation" as being healthy, has been found to have even more benefits than most people are aware of.
Are you new to Willard's Water and have a couple questions? You've chosen to start using our products and are enjoying their benefits, but still aren't sure you quite understand everything? No problem, let us fill you in on the basics.
Have you noticed that nearly every “diet program” you check out tells you to be sure to get enough of one very common item? Nearly every diet expert recognizes that this common item can (and does) help the body to lose weight. And it also helps the body to NOT gain weight — especially important to those fortunate people who don’t have to diet.
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