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Gum disease is beatable by Grapefruit

Even though not liked by many for its taste grapefruit is a thing to cheer for people suffering from gum disease.// It has been found that people with gum disease who ate two grapefruits a day for a fortnight showed significantly less bleeding from the gums. The study was performed by Frie...

Drinking Wine Is Good For The "Heart" & Environment

...0-year history of revolutionary medical advances and educational curriculums that make heart disease -- America's #1 cause of death -- more treatable, beatable and preventable. To ensure everyone has a chance to contribute, the festival offers unique wine tasting for all regardless of wine experience. B...

Growing Shortage of Gastroenterologists to Affect Screening Capacity for #2 Cancer Killer

...y 149,000 new cases of colorectal cancer projected to be diagnosed in 2008, and an estimated 50,000 Americans projected to die from this treatable and beatable disease each year, it is critical to ensure that the U.S. has a sufficient workforce of trained gastroenterologists." In 2008, the supply of GI physi...

ASGE Re-Launches Colon Cancer Awareness Web Site www.Screen4coloncancer.Org for National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

...out getting screened for colon cancer, it could save your life." Log on to http://www.screen4coloncancer.org today. Colon cancer is preventable, beatable and treatable! About Colon Cancer Colorectal cancer, also know as colon cancer, is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in men and women and...
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