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 Dr Edwin Y. Endo, Optometrist

We are the leading Provider in Eye Care and highly regarded professional Optometry establishment in honolulu for the entire family where Quality eye exams are Affordable with Excellence. Diplomate, American Board Certified Optometrists, Eye Doctor 

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The #1 WORST Food that HARMS Your Brain (avoid!)

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Food #1 that HARMS your brain:  Fructose

In a 2012 UCLA study published in the Journal of Physiology , researchers found that a diet high in fructose over time can damage your memory and learning ability .

 

Metformin vs Berberine for Diabetes (Plus this yellow herb lowers blood pressure, fights parasites, and more)

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Berberine is a powerful plant extract with several impressive health benefits. It can effectively lower blood sugar, help with weight loss and improve heart health—two things that most pharmaceutical diabetic medications cannot do. It is also anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial and is effective against diarrhea, intestinal parasites, Candida albicans, and possibly Methicillin-resistant staph aureus.

Important tips for better eye health

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Want to know how to really prevent cancer?

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Promising hope for fibromyalgia sufferers

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PRODUCTSModern Suns Inspired by the Iconic Styles of the 50s, 60s and 80s

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Vitamin D 101 — A Detailed Beginner's Guide

Link  SUMMARYVitamin D deficiency is associated with a variety of health issues, as well as reduced life expectancy.

Magnesium Supplements: Benefits, Side Effects, and Dosage

Link  SUMMARYMagnesium supplements may improve a number of health markers, such as blood pressure and blood sugar control. It may also reduce your risk of health conditions such as heart disease, migraine, and depression.

Reduced Treatment Proves Safer and Just as Effective in Younger Patients With Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

Link Treating younger patients with low-risk diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) with two fewer front-line cycles of standard treatment greatly reduced toxicity without sacrificing effi­cacy.

 

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