There are many wise health-related reasons to limit your sugar intake. From dental decay to diabetes, sugar is a dietary culprit that has been proven to contribute to our national obesity epidemic and numerous related diseases, including cardiovascular disease.
Pop quiz: what’s 1,685,210 ÷ 2? Answer = A lot of American lives. More specifically, it’s the number of lives that a recent study published in JAMA Oncology found could be saved if people adopted four simple lifestyle habits.
This is a story about disease, fear, love and money; four things that link Donna Bush and Dr. Matthew Beldner in a quest to live and learn about each in a very special way. Let’s begin with Donna. Five years ago she was blindsided by a diagnosis of Lymphoma. She’d just moved to Charleston.
Good news travels fast, especially on the Internet. When videos like the one of a young girl being cured of leukemia by using the HIV-virus to successfully attack the cancer cells in her body begin to circulate, the ripple effect can be felt around the world. Even in the Lowcountry.