Monthly Archives: May 2013

VIRAL THREATS – CORONAVIRUS MERS-CoV – NATURAL PROTECTION

When is an airborne virus a true “threat to the entire world” and when it is simply a reality that we live with daily as part of life? Do we cry “wolf” over every runny nose because it means we are contagious and the young and elderly (presumed immunologically susceptible) are at greatest risk?...

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CANCER GENE BRCA1, BRCA2 – HOW TO PROTECT YOUR GENES

Does testing positive for BRCA1 or BRCA2 mean you are certain to get cancer? No! Our bodily functions are not all equally efficient. Some of us have better hand-eye coordination, some are better singers, and some have better eye sight. Conversely, some have sensitive digestive tracts, other sinus issues, and some circulatory issues. We...

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Mastectomy as preventative Medicine

The fear of cancer is a real and present threat to American women. Much has been learned about the hormonal triggers from breast cancer. Are the genetic markers for breast cancer sufficient to cause one to run out and cut of one’s breasts to prevent breast cancer? Is this a fear driven decision or...

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Anna Manayan

Anna Manayan