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thetruthaboutcancer.com

by Ty Bollinger

December 2, 2015

Make sure the doctor you choose is the right doctor for treating and beating cancer in your life.

When you are diagnosed with cancer, one of the first things you should do is find the right doctor ... someone you can trust and is knowledgeable about how to heal the human body. But more than that, you should find a doctor who treats his patients as human beings, rather than revenue generators.

Times Online (UK)

by Jon Ungoed-Thomas

October 27, 2007

In a unique experiment, its rolling pastures and ploughed fields have been split into two so that conventional and organic produce can be grown side by side.

It has enabled scientists to test the alternative foods rigorously and answer a question that most shoppers ask themselves on a regular basis: is buying organic better for you? Already one conclusion is clear: organically produced crops and dairy milk usually contain more "beneficial compounds" believed to help to combat disease.

timesofindia.indiatimes.com

December 8, 2016

With the onset of winter and sudden drop in temperature, scores of people are falling prey to upper respiratory tract infections, asthma and skin-related problems.

The cold air triggers lot of health problems such as asthma, viral, sore throat, sinusitis etc. and such ill conditions leads to a lot of medical attention during the season. During such disorders, most people opt for home remedies, of them judicious usage of salt is the most common remedy for immediate relief.

To Your Health

by Dr. Elise Hewitt

January 6, 2010

Marlena was at her wit's end. At 6 weeks old, Cameron hadn't slept longer than an hour at a time, had difficulty nursing and seemed to spit up more than he ate. The pediatrician told Marlena to hang in there, that Cameron would eventually outgrow his symp

Marlena wasn't sure she could last that long. Then a friend suggested she take her baby to a chiropractor. The friend said a chiropractor had helped ease her baby's colic and had helped her baby nurse more comfortably. Marlena was skeptical, but willing to try anything. She went to a chiropractor who specializes in treating children. After three sessions with the chiropractor, Cameron was a completely different child...

today.com

by A. Pawlowski

May 13, 2015

When it comes to protecting your skin from bug bites, DEET - a popular ingredient that some people eye with suspicion - has some serious competition.

The top scorers included Sawyers Fisherman's Formula, whose active ingredient was 20 percent picaridin; and Repel Lemon Eucalyptus, which contained 30 percent oil of lemon eucalyptus to keep bugs at bay.

torontosun.com

by Clover Raftis

April 13, 2011

An Ontario chiropractor is seeing an increase in neck and back pain and he believes handheld devices - and the increased popularity of texting - are to blame.

The natural look of someone texting is quite uncomfortable and Dr. Peter Pain, a Kingston, Ontario, chiropractor. Pain said he worries about the future of this humped-over nation. "It will be scary in five or 10 years from now, seeing the hand, neck and shoulder issues from all the chronic texting people were doing as teenagers," Pain wrote on his blog.

totalgymdirect.com

by Dr. Michael Mantell

January 21, 2017

As many as 40% of Americans deal with insomnia, and most of those people use pharmaceuticals like Lunesta or Ambien to help them deal with it. Here are some natural tips to help deal with your insomnia, and get back on the sleep track.

"You're not healthy unless your sleep is healthy," - Dr. William Dement, father of sleep medicine "A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor's book." - Old Irish proverb I don't know too many doctors who have "sleep books" that include much else beyond Ambien, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, Halcion, Restoril and Desyrel, the common drugs used to treat insomnia. Side effects like drowsiness the following day, confusion, inattentiveness, and drug tolerance and dependence are enough to push you through the withdrawal symptoms and not look back. Did I mention drug interactions, rebound insomnia and the possibility that these medications may mask underlying problems?

traditionalcookingschool.com

by Erin

March 28, 2016

As I type, the wind howls, the trees sway, and the ravens perform acrobatic feats in the cloud-studded sky. March is showing itself to be a lion today, but I can only smile as I read a balmy 39 degrees Fahrenheit on the thermometer.

This wonder oil soothes skin irritations such as eczema, cuts, rashes, burns, psoriasis, insect bites and stings, sunburn, athlete's foot, dry and scaly skin, chapped hands or cheeks, and prevents or heals diaper rash. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anti-rheumatic nature, poplar salve helps to relieve the aches and pains of sore muscles, bruises, and arthritis.

TriCities

by Sara Diamond

September 19, 2008

Laser treatment has been around for several decades, but just recently became more mainstream. This new treatment, which is approved by the FDA, is used to treat musculoskeletal injuries, chronic and degenerative conditions and wounds.

Miguel Cruz, D.C., a chiropractor in Burnsville, North Carolina says the light is absorbed by micro-molecules in the skin and initiates a powerful reaction skin. It also causes the body to produce endorphins, which inhibit the sensation of pain, and cortisol, which helps the body combat stress associated with injury or disease.

trueactivist.com

by Whitney Webb

January 22, 2017

A bizarre spill of Skittles highway on a rural Wisconsin highway has placed the candy's manufacturer in the uncomfortable position of explaining why its products are finding their way into cattle feed.

The unexpected mishap ended up uncovering that farmers have been feeding candy to their cows for years as a way to cut corners and save money, at the cost to the quality of the beef as well as both cow and human health. Police, in talking to the cattle ranchers, soon learned that Skittles and other sweets are being commonly used in the area in order to "fatten up" cows as they serve as an inexpensive source of carbohydrates. A former farmer in the area told a local CNN affiliate that candy makers and bakeries often sell their rejected or defective candy products to be used as cattle feed, meaning that the problem is larger than just unscrupulous ranchers.