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einnews.com

by Dr. Eben Davis

April 17, 2011

Dr. Eben Davis and his team of Financial District Chiropractors, will be offering complimentary carpal tunnel exams and CTS treatment demonstrations April 18-23, 2011.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and its related disorders is a leading cause of disability amongst San Francisco office workers. Often times, patients with carpal tunnel symptoms will live and work in pain for years before finding the right kind of treatment. With the way people are glued to the computer all day and to their smart phones...it's no wonder everyone does not have CTS.

christianchiropractors.org

by Doug Heise, D.C.

July 22, 2017

Color is incomprehensible to the blind. Harmony is beyond the senses of the tone deaf. To the King, the voices of peasants are lost and unheard! So it is with the tragedy of the citizen of this advanced technological society.

Gallbladder dysfunction is one of the most common health problems encountered in chiropractic as well as medical offices today. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most misunderstood. More than 600,000 cholecystectomies are performed in this country alone every year, despite overwhelming evidence that most are unnecessary. Repeated warnings have been printed in medical journals against this practice, but to avail.

slate.com

by Kevin Loria

May 31, 2014

Using lasers to regenerate and grow body parts sounds like science fiction, but researchers have just demonstrated that it might be a tranformative tool in medicine-or at least dentistry-in the future.

A Harvard-led team just successfully used low-powered lasers to activate stem cells and stimulate the growth of teeth in rats and human dental tissue in a lab. The results were published today in the journal Science Translational Medicine. Stem cells exist throughout the body, and they fascinate scientists because they have the ability to become different types of cells - which means they have the potential to repair or replace damaged or worn out tissue. Figuring out new ways to make them useful has long been a goal of medical researchers.

saukvalley.com

October 12, 2015

Illinois: "To Vaccinate or Not Vaccinate: A Cost-Benefit Analysis Seminar," will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Nov., 14 at the Historic Dixon Theatre, 114 S. Galena Ave.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. A cost-benefit analysis of vaccines will be presented, as will information on the immune system's building blocks, adverse reactions to vaccines, mandatory vaccine laws and exemptions, and more.

themountainpress.com

by Stan Voit

April 17, 2013

Dr. John Hood had finished his eighth Boston Marathon and retrieved his complimentary bag in which his clothes and cellular telephone were stashed before the race began. He was about two blocks away when he heard the first bomb go off.

The chaos has begun, and it was so wild that Hood and most of the other racers and spectators didn't know nearly as much as the TV watchers did. They heard rumors that it was a gas leak or a pipe bomb. That didn't lessen the feelings of anxiety among those, like Hood, who lacked information.

Personal Liberty Alerts

March 6, 2013

Some case reports suggest sexual activity during a migraine or cluster headache may relieve the pain in at least some patients, researchers in Germany say.

"We asked for experience with sexual activity during a headache attack and its impact on headache intensity," the researchers wrote in the study. "The survey was strictly and completely anonymous." Thirty-eight percent of the migraine patients and 48 percent of the patients with cluster headache responded.

foodmatters.tv

by James Colquhoun

April 5, 2016

A mineral that has received a lot of bad press, salt is actually fundamental to our health. Ironic, isn't it? So why are we led to believe salt is bad? I am blowing the lid on the salt debate.

So here it is: SALT IS GOOD FOR YOU Salt? I hear you say. Are you sure? And this is where the camp of traditional believers might jump in, yelling 'NO. IT'S NOT!'. And they would be right if I was talking about the chemically produced table salt that is added to most processed foods, meats and snacks (that IS bad for you). But I'm not. I'm talking about REAL salt - 100 percent natural salt that is extracted from a legitimate natural source and is not bleached or processed.

healthyfoodhouse.com

May 21, 2016

Leg cramps and restless leg syndrome are conditions that generally occur during the night, and may cause unbearable pain which leads to discomfort and frustration. Especially when the person tries hard to fall asleep and get some rest.

Charley horses, or nightly leg cramps, occur commonly when an individual tries to fall asleep. They are commonly a result of dehydration, excessive exercise, vitamin and mineral deficiencies.

upmoments.com

August 25, 2015

This is a good lesson for all of us, no matter what stage of life you're in. You'll see what I mean.

A young woman went to her grandmother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her - her husband had cheated on her and she was devastated. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed as soon as one problem was solved, a new one arose.

thehealthyhomeeconomist.com

by Sarah

October 22, 2015

With flu season upon us and serious new viruses like Enterovirus D68 making the rounds, keeping blood levels of vitamin D at optimal levels can be truly lifesaving especially for children and the elderly.

Flu is actually vitamin D deficiency disease, not a happenstance occurrence in your life because you didn't get a flu shot or sat next to a coughing person on the train to work. Dr. John Cannell of the Vitamin D Council and one of the most preeminent Vitamin D researchers in the world today, has identified that vitamin D helps produce the antimicrobial peptides that protect against the flu. This is why people are more prone to the flu in winter when Vitamin D producing sunshine is minimal or nonexistent at some latitudes.