Online Laboratory Blood Testing - FAQs


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Commonly Asked Lab Test Questions

FACT - Testosterone levels in men may begin to decrease with age, obesity and diabetes. Symptoms of decreased levels of testosterone may include a change in libido, decreased feeling of well-being, osteoporosis, decreased quality of life, depression, anemia, muscle loss and cognitive decline. 
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FACT - A report presented by the National Institute of Health in 2005 stated that approximately 1 out of 105 persons in the United States might be affected by Celiac Disease. Of note, Celiac Disease is on the rise among our elderly, as well as the general population. 
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FACT - Cortisone is known as the ‘stress’ hormone. If cortisol levels remain chronically elevated over an extended period of time, getting good nights rest on a regular basis will be challenging. Elevated cortisol levels and disruptive sleep patterns are a wicked combination and set the stage for an onslaught of chronic diseases. 
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FACT - Over 80% of people infected with H.Pylori will not realize they have it because they will not have symptoms. Chronic infection with Helicobacter Pylori (H.Pylori) has been associated with cancer, asthma, diabetes, obesity and Alzheimer’s disease
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FACT - Research has clearly shown that low circulating levels of Vitamin D are found in those who suffer from Diabetes, Depression, Heart Disease, Cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
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FACT - Long-term chronic infections such as herpes simplex virus (cause of simple cold sores) have been found in surprisingly high numbers of people diagnosed Alzheimer’s disease. For more information, click on the test below and keep reading!
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FACT - Arsenic has been found in water supplies around the world, which has the potential to leach into seafood. Arsenic is found in rat poisoning, fungicides and products used to protect wood. Rice also contains a high content of Arsenic. Toxicity affects the blood, kidneys, skin, the digestive and central nervous systems. 
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