Interesting Articles
Saturday, May 29th, 2010 by Tristin Mock
By now, we all know that smoking is bad for you. Every year on May 31st, the World Health Organization WHO urges us to observe World Tobacco Free Day. This year, the focus is on women. For too many years, we have been the focus of advertising trying to convince us that ... Read More
Lupus and living well - the cumulative effect
Friday, May 28th, 2010 by despitelupus
My feet, unfortunately, are not pretty. It's not that I have weird ankles, bad arches, or ugly toes well, come to think of it, my toes aren't all that glamorous, but my feet seem to need more maintenance than the rest of my body put together. They're dry, cracked, and s... Read More
I need your prayers
Thursday, May 27th, 2010 by Leticia Velasquez
My opthamologist says I need to remove a mole behind my right eye. Right away. It might be cancer. It looks like a melanoma. I am offering up any suffering I have to go through for the success of my book, which is nearly ready to go to press. "A Special Mother is B... Read More
Fracture Risk and Acid Blocking Medications: What Should You Do?
Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 by Matthew Mintz
Yesterday, the FDA released a Drug Safety Communication warning about a possible risk of increased fractures with acid blocking medications called proton pump inhibitors or PPI's.PPI's have been a major advance in medical science. Prior to these and ealier medications, ... Read More
Why is your diet so restrictive?
Sunday, May 23rd, 2010 by Tristin Mock
Life here is a blur. It's hard to mark the passage of days. I enjoy watching the steady improvement in the health of our guests, and am sad each time one leaves to return to life in the bigger world. I really hope people are maintaining the diet they started here, and w... Read More
Soy & Curcumin Reduce Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA)
Sunday, May 23rd, 2010 by Dr. Robert Wascher
SOY & CURCUMIN REDUCE PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN PSA Regular readers of this column are already aware that the regular consumption of foods containing soy isoflavones may be associated with a reduced risk of developing prostate cancer, and other types of cancer ... Read More
Clinic Notes: Bullies and Asperger's
Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 by Gary Brown
I always worry about the Asperger's kids that I see who are mainstreamed. In the early grades other children are kind to them, but is middle school and high school the bulling starts, especially in schools where there is poor supervision. A recent article on a program i... Read More
Alternative Mesothelioma Treatment Options
Friday, May 21st, 2010 by aminhepa
There are many options for treatment upon receiving a mesothelioma diagnosis. Traditional treatments, such as chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation, may be the very first options that a physician will recommend. These, however, are not the only options, and many individua... Read More
Asbestos Products
Friday, May 21st, 2010 by aminhepa
asbestos was used in a wide array of products and industrial settings. Those who manufactured these products as well as those who worked with them directly are at risk to develop asbestos diseases such as malignant mesothelioma. Federal law requires that newly-manufactu... Read More
Amelia's Story
Friday, May 21st, 2010 by Sophiesmum
Amelia from the day she was born didn't take enough milk.When we came home I felt that it wasn't right and aired my concerns to the health visitor and Doctor but didn't really get any advise from them.The doctor just was not bothered at all.After 7 weeks and Amelia's we... Read More
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