Checking Vitamin D Levels is Recommended for Patients with Bipolar or Schizophrenic Symptoms

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Several studies show an association between schizophrenia and low levels of vitamin D. To date, there are only few studies about the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in patients with bipolar disorder. The scientists responsible for this study conducted in the Netherlands aimed to show that vitamin D deficiency is more prevalent among patients with… Read more »

Important Information About Fish Oil

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A new analysis of prior studies strongly supports the use of omega 3 fatty acids for prevention of heart disease. (Mayo Clinic proceedings, January 2017, pp 15-29). Coronary events included fatal and non-fatal heart attacks, sudden cardiac death, and angina pectoris (chest pain). Omega 3 fatty acids are EPA and DHA, derived from foods or… Read more »

Hormone Pellets for Depression

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Hormone pellets are tiny solid pieces of hormones, about the size of rice grains, comprised of either estrogen or testosterone. They are inserted under the skin on the side of the buttock, under local anesthesia. They reside in the layer of fat beneath the skin, from which they are slowly absorbed. They secrete constant amounts… Read more »