Celebrex is a type of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) known as a COX-2 inhibitor. It works by blocking the COX-2 enzymes, which your body produces in response to inflammation.
Celebrex is the only COX-2 inhibitor left on the market – all the others have been pulled from the market because of… read more »
And what to do instead…
In the realm of weight loss, nothing may be more elusive, or more desired, than a flat stomach (especially with six-pack abs). Yet, belly fat can be among the most stubborn fat on your body.
Many people find that even after they’ve slimmed down in their legs,… read more »
By David Kekich - CEO,
Maximum Life Foundation
Imagine a technology that could search and process hundreds of millions of pages of data in 3 seconds… that a human being would take centuries to accomplish.
What impact do you think that would have on breakthrough nutritional supplements and safe drug discoveries?
Read on to see… read more »
Earlier this month, the world’s oldest man, Alexander Imich, died at 111 years old. A New Yorker who survived a labor camp in Russia and moved to the United States in 1951, Imich was described as having an “incredible curiosity about life.”
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Fructose, a simple sugar found in fruits, honey, maple syrup and certain natural sweeteners like agave, has long been touted as a healthier way to satisfy your sweet tooth — at least when it’s found in natural form, such as fresh fruit.
Yet, fructose may not be the healthy form of… read more »
Guys, when you carry your cell phone, the worst place to put it is in your front pant pocket, especially if you’d like to father children. This puts it in close proximity to your nether regions, where new research shows the radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation it emits may harm your fertility.
The… read more »
Syringomyelia is one of those rare back pain conditions many have never heard of.
Only around 40,000 Americans are known to have it. Yet if you’ve been diagnosed with syringomyelia you already understand its potentially devastating effects.
Recently I received a letter from Barbara who has suffered with the condition for years…. read more »
If you’ve seemingly “tried everything” but still fight unrelenting back pain, there’s a good chance internal scar tissue could be the culprit.
That’s because depositing scar tissue is part of your body’s natural healing process to recover from injury.
Yet scar tissue can lead to restriction in mobility and build up to… read more »
Skin rashes are incredibly common, although they’re usually not a diagnosis in and of themselves. Many rashes are the result of an infection — fungal, bacterial or viral — while others are due to exposure to irritants, such as plants or insect bites, allergic reactions to medications or foods or… read more »
It’s been a few years since we uncovered 20 of the most shocking prescription drug statistics.
If you read that article, you learned that over 100,000 people die each year from prescription drug side effects in the United States alone (and that’s just from side effects, it doesn’t include deaths from… read more »