Coming This Week June 12th To The Maple Theater: Decoding Annie Parker

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Directed by: Steven Bernstein Starring: Maggie Grace, Rashida Jones, Helen Hunt, Alice Eve, Aaron Paul Rated: NR Run time: 90 min Year: 2013 SYNOPSIS Gilda’s Club Metro Detroit in partnership with The Maple Theater is proud to host a very special benefit premiere of the film, “Decoding Annie Parker”. Click here for tickets. Based on […]

Why National Yoga Month – The Cost of Poor Health

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How it all started? In 2006 I was co-founder of the Intl. META-Medicine Association which trains health professionals in advanced mind-body-social diagnosis and therapy based on the organ-emotion-trigger-belief connection (amazing new healing paradigm, check it out at www.meta-healing.org). To research the link between emotions, traumas and cancer we started the Breast Cancer Foundation in 2007. […]

Cancer In Your Face: Too Much Fundraising for Cancer Research

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“When you live in a relationship that you know is toxic and it’s killing you, you need to get out of it or it will literally kill you.” Dr. Leonard Coldwell Too Much Fundraising for Cancer Research – by Dr. David Brownstein My children often wonder why I don’t donate to the American Cancer Society or […]

Moderate Weight Loss Can Decrease Breast Cancer Risk

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Could moderate weight loss lower your chance of developing breast cancer? Researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center think it’s possible. The connection between obesity and breast cancer risk in women after menopause has long been suspected. Specifically, weight gain from early adulthood into the 60s has been consistently associated with risk of breast […]

Cancer Myth Busters

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There’s a lot of misleading information out there, thanks to repeated rumors, studies that get disproven and false advertising claims. Below, we set the record straight on common myths about cancer prevention and risk factors. 1. Myth: Dark-skinned people don’t get skin cancer. Reality: Darker-skinned people – including blacks, Asians and Hispanics – can and do get […]

Tickets on Sale for The Crazy Sexy Pink Fund Luncheon Featuring Kris Carr, NY Times Best-Selling Author and Wellness Warrior

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When New York Times best-selling author of the Crazy Sexy Cancer books and self-acclaimed “Wellness Warrior” Kris Carr takes the stage at the Crazy Sexy Pink Fund Luncheon at The Royal Park Hotel, metro Detroit will get first hand information on how this Stage IV Liver Cancer survivor transformed her health and life through diet, […]

Even Healthy People Get Sick: 15 Famous Athletes With Health Scares

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Recently, Serena Williams received emergency treatment for a hematoma caused by a pulmonary embolism (a blood clot in her lungs). Though she’s now recovering at home and hopes to be back on the tennis court by early summer, she says that her health problems have been “scary and disappointing,” according to the Washington Post. While […]

News About Estrogen And Endodim?

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What is Endodim? And why should I care? Let me go back a few months to tell you where this came from. I started on a very low estrogen dose for postmenopausal discomforts. Taking it every other day at first and then going to two times a week. When my sister-in-law from LA came in […]