Health Science Spring 2004 | National Health Association

Health Science Spring 2004

Publication Date: 
March, 2004

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Highlights:

Changing the Consequences of Stress
Dr. Frank Sabatino takes a close look at how stress affects the body and how we can learn to manage it.

Minimizing Nutrition through Genetics
T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., presents evidence that a plant-based diet is capable of silencing disease-producing genes.

Fasting and Rejuvenation
Dr. Alec Burton discusses how fasting can rejuvenate the feeling, appearance, and functions of the body.

 

Featured Articles

Fasting and Rejuvenation

by Dr. Alec Burton Rejuvenate means to restore to youth, to make young or fresh again, to become young again, to acquire renewed vitality, the... more

Minimizing Nutrition through Genetics

by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. Nearly everyone knows something about genes, the blueprint for our lives. Genes, embedded in our chromosomes, are the... more

Changing the Consequences of Stress

Stress is an unavoidable and natural part of life. Some stress and tension are necessary to motivate and fuel our personal ambition, success, and... more