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Fukushima Health Concerns

Another Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown is Possible – Should You Be Protecting Your Health?

Send to Kindle It’s been nearly three years since a deadly tsunami and earthquake hit Japan. But concerns over potential health risks are only beginning to be exposed. The 2011 disaster caused a nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima power plant. After being damaged by the tidal wave, the plant began leaking radioactive materials into the […]

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Mammogram or Thermogram? What’s best?

Here we are again in Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when pinkwashing reigns and we’re all reminded to get a mammogram. I stopped getting mammograms in 2008 and have thermograms instead. Why? Because I have a family member who’s quite certain that repeated mammograms and invasive procedures led to her breast cancer and I […]

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Living with Lymphedema

We learn a lot from our customers. In this case, we learned from our Facebook fans. We were approached by Lymphoedema – Let’s Talk a growing Facebook page used to share some holistic options on managing lymphedema. I have three family members who are breast cancer survivors, so I’ve had a vague knowledge […]

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