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Phosphorus and Cost Containment

Some NIH material is below on phosphorus.  Many years ago now some one at Medicare decided you could save on health care costs if you deleted this test from the blood chemistry panel.  Fact is that this test is really necessary to make sure you have some idea of how …

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FLU Shot and the Elderly: Nothing New

You will have heard in recent days that the spin on the recent flu vaccine failure, especially with the elderly, is making the rounds on almost all media outlets.  When I first heard this I thought where have these people been and why aren’t they reporting with real facts and …

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An Apple a Day Really Did the Trick

4 September, 2008 While many foods contain quercetin, the apple is an excellent source of this substance, and provides fiber too. The apple contains many nutrients for health.  You can get your copy of  our special report on Apples and Nutrition which can be sent to you once you donate …

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