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The Smuggling of Maca   Maca’s price has increased eightfold in the last year. The Chinese demand for Maca is so great that traders of this ancient Peruvian herb are literally getting killed for it. To control the world market, the Chinese are smuggling tons of Maca root from Peru to China. Why is this… [Read More]

What Makes Men Happy My obsessive mission as a doctor is to figure out what make's men live long, healthy and happy lives – and where is the evidence to prove it. A few years ago I stumbled upon the Grant Study while reading The Atlantic. The Grant study is 75-year longitudinal study of 268… [Read More]

Cell Phone Use & Cause of Brain Cancer       The Takeaway First New research gives us a good reason to be more careful with our cell phones and Smart Phones. Hardell and Carlberg, as cited on MedScape.com, found that using a mobile phone significantly increased the odds of developing glioma, a type of… [Read More]

The Prostate Loves Moderation: Activity and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia(BPH)   The Takeaway First: Extreme inactivity and extreme activity are both bad for your prostate, a recent study shows. A recent article in the International Neurourology Journal indicates that Korean males who spent more time sitting down or who exercised five or more times per week… [Read More]

7 Easy Do’s & Don’ts to Having a Happy Thanksgiving   1. Don’t stuff yourself. Overeating feels good for about 10 minutes, and then you are bloated, tired, disengaged, and feeling guilty. 

Do have a little of everything you like. And enjoy it. 2. Don’t be sedentary and watch football games all day.

Do go play… [Read More]

Coffee: The Steamy Details on the World’s Favorite Drink     The Takeaway First Research shows that drinking coffee in moderation (whatever that means) can have some long term health benefits in addition to increased alertness in the short term. Some Research on Coffee Caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive drug in the world.… [Read More]

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