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By John | Jul 15, 2013
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The Father’s Day Gift That Keeps Giving

By John | Jun 11, 2013

June is the month when we celebrate our fathers and grandfathers, but did you know that it is also Men’s Health Month? The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. Though women are much more likely to…

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“Tired and Wired”

By John | May 1, 2013

Women, does the following story sound familiar?  Are you constantly feeling tired?  Are you scheduled from the moment you wake up in the morning to the moment you lay your head on the pillow at night?  Are you a mother, professional, wife, coach, cook, chauffeur, care taker, and more?  You and your husband have a good…

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Lose weight by stopping wheat?

By John | Feb 1, 2013

Doctors have known for over 50 years that some people can be sensitive to proteins (gluten [(gliadin, glutenin]) found in wheat.  The body can react to these proteins causing inflammation in the gut that can actually destroy the parts of the small intestines that absorb nutrients. This is called Celiac disease. However, some believe that…

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Saliva Testing vs Serum Testing for Hormones

By John | Dec 13, 2012

  Why is Saliva Testing a Better Option?  Saliva testing is proving to be the most reliable medium for measuring hormone levels. Hormone levels in saliva accurately represent the amount of hormone delivered to receptors in the body, unlike serum which represents hormone levels that may or may not be delivered to receptors of the body. Clinically, it is far…

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

By John | Oct 12, 2012

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month! During this month we are reminded of the many ways we can empower women to maintain optimal breast health and prevent the occurrence of breast diseases. Common breast health concerns include: Personal or Family History of Breast Cancer Fibrocystic Breast Changes Breast Tenderness Abnormal Mammograms or Concerns on Breast Exam…

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Vitamin D and Cancer Prevention

By John | Aug 8, 2012

We can get vitamin D through sunlight exposure as well through the diet, but very few foods naturally contain vitamin D and between long work hours that are primarily indoors and the use of sunscreens many people don’t get adequate UV exposure to create sufficient vitamin D levels. Foods that are a good source of…

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Labrix Clinical Services eNewsletter

By John | Aug 8, 2012

We can get vitamin D through sunlight exposure as well through the diet, but very few foods naturally contain vitamin D and between long work hours that are primarily indoors and the use of sunscreens many people don’t get adequate UV exposure to create sufficient vitamin D levels. Foods that are a good source of…

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