Tag Archives: Silent

Q+A about Ovarian Cancer – A Silent Killer

by Lindsey Grossman In 2018, an estimated 22,240 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer and about 14,070 will die from ovarian cancer. One in 78 women will get ovarian cancer in her lifetime, while 1 in 108 women will die. Ashley Case, MD, a gynecologic oncologist answers our questions about this silent killer that ranks fifth in… Read More »

Sleep Apnea – The Silent Sleep Disorder

One of the most common sleep disorders in the world is sleep apnea, affecting millions of people each year. Sleep apnea occurs when a person stops breathing while they are asleep, for at least 10 seconds according to many medical journals. This can happen multiple times during the night, sometimes resulting in the person awakening… Read More »

Nopalea Combats the Silent Killer

Inflammation has been called the silent killer ever since Time Magazine revealed the immune response system as the possible underlying cause of everything from Alzheimer’s to Cancer. Nopalea Juice – made from the Prickly Pear Cactus – is an all-natural anti-inflammatory. Researchers are looking at the connection between the cactus and its ability to reduce… Read More »

How To Deal With The Silent Killer

It’s called The Silent Killer … high blood pressure. Also referred to as hypertension, high blood pressure can potentially lead to heart disease, stroke, dementia, congestive heart failure, kidney disease, and blindness. It’s one of the ten (10) leading causes of death in the world. What’s worse, recent studies have concluded that hypertention will increase… Read More »

The Silent Killer and Nopalea

Chronic inflammation has been dubbed the deadly, but silent killer because it is most often the inflammation we cannot see. It’s not the pimple on your face or the rash on your arm; it is the inflammation inside of us. Because we don’t have swelling and redness, we may not even be aware that this… Read More »