Soy And Breast Cancer Survivors

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Do Soy & Cruciferous Vegetables Reduce Breast Cancer Treatment-Related Symptoms? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney   The topic of soy and breast cancer has been a controversial subject for years. If you read Dr. Strangelove’s nutrition blogs, you would be led to believe that soy causes breast cancer and shortens the lifespan of breast cancer survivors. This is one of ...

Dairy Products and Heart Disease

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Will Eating Cheese Help You Live Longer? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney   A recent study is generating lots of headlines. Here are some examples: Eating Dairy Foods Can Help Reduce Heart Disease Risk. Fermented Dairy-Products May Protect Against Heart Attack. Full-Fat Dairy May Actually Benefit Heart Health. Eating Cheese Might Help You Live Longer. Eating Cheese and Butter ...

Why You May Be Sore After A Massage

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Why You Sometimes Feel Worse Before You Feel Better Author: Julie Donnelly, LMT –The Pain Relief Expert Editor: Dr. Steve Chaney   Do you ever hurt after you’ve been to a massage therapist?  Or maybe you’ve gone to the gym, or done yoga, after a long time away and you feel horrible the next day.  You may decide that ...

A Low Carb Diet and Weight Loss

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Do Low-Carb Diets Help Maintain Weight Loss? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney   Traditional diets have been based on counting calories, but are all calories equal? Low-carb enthusiasts have long claimed that diets high in sugar and refined carbs cause obesity. Their hypothesis is based on the fact that high blood sugar levels cause a spike in insulin levels, ...

300th Issue Celebration: The Latest Developments in Health, Nutrition & Fitness

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Nutrition Breakthroughs Over The Last Two Years Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney In the six years that I have been publishing “Health Tips From The Professor,” I have tried to go behind the headlines to provide you with accurate, unbiased health information that you can trust and apply to your everyday life. The 300th issue of any publication ...

Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas 2018 Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney   The Christmas season is a wonderful time of year. It is a time when we get together with family and reconnect with friends. It’s a time of year when we remember the joy of giving and the joy of making the world a better place. For those of us who are ...

Enjoy A Stress-Free Holiday Season

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Stay Pain Free Author: Julie Donnelly, LMT –The Pain Relief Expert Editor: Dr. Steve Chaney   Welcome To December – It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of Year This is such a beautiful season with lots of special events filling up our time. There are holiday gatherings and good food, in fact, even the TV commercials are more fun to watch ...

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Posted April 16, 2019 by Dr. Steve Chaney

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What Is The Pectineus Muscle And Why Is It Important? Author: Julie Donnelly, LMT –The Pain Relief Expert Editor: Dr. Steve Chaney   Spring Is In The Air I remember as a child we sang “Though April showers may come your way…they bring the flowers that bloom in May…” Of course, here in Florida we are blessed with flowers all year, ...

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