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Unapproved but Effective Cancer Cures
by John P. Thomas
September 2, 2016
Conventional physicians want us to believe that there are only three treatments for cancer - surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. In fact, allopathic physicians have exclusively use these three approaches for the past 100 years.
Even though it is clear that even the US government admits that radiation and chemo both cause cancer, these therapies continue to be used with little concern about the new cancers that they cause. The conventional cancer treatment system and the pharmaceutical companies that control it are dedicated to limiting the development of all other forms of cancer treatment. They have a chokehold on the development of alternative treatments, and they ruthlessly work together with the US FDA and various US government cancer research funding agencies to prevent new treatments from being approved for use by physicians. The reason is that most alternative cancer treatments are much less expensive than surgery, radiation, and chemo. They are also more effective and have many fewer (if any) unwanted side effects.
U.S.: House Republicans Strip Veterans Of Equal Access To Marijuana In Dead Of Night
June 26, 2016
On Wednesday, in the dead of night, as House Democrats held a sit-in for gun safety, House Republicans stripped language that would make it easier for qualified veterans to access state-legal medical marijuana.
With no transparency and little opportunity for Members to review, the House passed the legislation shortly after 3 a.m. local time Thursday. The Senate will vote on the legislation next. Currently, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) specifically prohibits its medical providers from completing forms allowing a qualified veteran to participate in a state medical marijuana program.
Turpentine for Baby: Dangers of Vicks Vapor Rub
by Beth Maxwell
January 9, 2017
Are you still smearing Vicks all over the kids when they have a cough or cold? This lovely winter weather is bringing on the cold and cough season with a vengeance this year but you might think twice before reaching for the familiar green Vicks jar.
Vicks Vapo Rub is said to cause breathing problems in babies. Vicks Vapor Rub contains ingredients that "can be irritants, causing the body to produce more mucus to protect the airway," according to a doctor who has been doing studies on the product. In a study released by the Wake Forest University of Medicine (in North Carolina), pediatricians warn that the ingredients of Vicks Vapo Rub could turn out to be harmful for young children and babies. The reason for this is that it can cause severe respiratory distress when applied.
Turn to kinesiology tape for 'treatment between treatment'
by Amy Verner
June 20, 2011
Since last week, people have been asking whether I have been sporting some stylish, new body art. In fact, I have had my foot and ankle covered in SpiderTech kinesiology tape to help heal a soft-tissue injury.
But while I am new to the world of kinesiology tape, kinesiology tape is not new to the world. But while I am new to the world of kinesiology tape, kinesiology tape is not new to the world. It dates back to the 1970s when Japanese chiropractor Kenzo Kase developed a cotton tape with an acrylic adhesive that could be used to treat a variety of conditions, from reducing inflammation to activating underused muscles. It also may offer some relief for cancer patients suffering from lymphedema.
Tulsa Chiropractor Provides Free Care for Returning Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
January 28, 2012
Dr. Jason Schluter, a Tulsa, Oklahoma chiropractor, is offering a year's worth of free care to veterans who are serving or have served in Iraq or Afghanistan since 2001.
Jason F. Schluter, DC, of Tulsa, Oklahoma has joined doctors of chiropractic from around the United States that have answered the call to participate in a new initiative aimed at supporting America's newest returning veterans with immediate access to chiropractic services, in addition to the limited programs officially available through the US Department of Defense.
TUD staff propose voluntary water saving
by Guy McCarthy
November 7, 2015
Tuolumne Utilities District staff are recommending water conservation measures be changed from mandatory to voluntary. This is the second time this year TUD staff have advised relaxing water-saving restrictions.
"We want customers going forward to keep using water judiciously, to try to use the same amount they used November 2013 to February 2014," said District Engineer Erik Johnson. "We're recommending conservation be voluntary, no longer mandatory. We aren't going to be policing it, or issuing violations, or going out and monitoring it."
TUD Addressing Possible Twain Harte Disc Golf Course
by Sabrina Biehl
October 26, 2016
In a special meeting on November 1 the Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) board will discuss the former Sierra Pines Golf Course Site in Twain Harte. The site is not currently organized for any use.
The Sonora 49er Rotary Club has partnered with Discs-n-Motion, an unincorporated club, and proposed to temporary use the site as a passive disc golf course. Both clubs state they will come together in planning and installing an 18-hole course and named Sierra Pines Disc Golf.Â Properties within 500 feet of the site have been sent an invitation to the Special Board Meeting. The public meeting will take place on November 1, 2016 at 6:30 PM at the Twain Harte Community Center.
Tucson Chiropractor Provides 14 Halloween Safety Tips For Trick-or-Treaters
September 25, 2009
Dr. Paul Pratt, D.C., a Tucson chiropractor, wants this years' Halloween experience to be safe, educational, spooky, and fun for the whole city of Tucson, Arizona.
A list of 14 tips shows any trick-or-treater how to stay safe this Halloween. Children should never trick-or-treat alone. They should always be accompanied by an adult or at least two friends. Wear clothing with reflective markings or tape.
Trouble sleeping? Experts say skip antihistamines
December 17, 2016
For people who take an antihistamine such as Benadryl for a cold or allergies, drowsiness is often a welcome side effect. But a Baylor College of Medicine sleep expert cautions against turning to this type of medication as a sleep aid.
"Many allergy sufferers know that antihistamines work for their symptoms but also make them sleepy. People sometimes turn to these medications to help them sleep, even when they're not sick. But the use of medication to force children or adults to sleep is generally not the best idea," said Dr. Philip Alapat, assistant professor of medicine.
Treatments ease Cards' aches, injuries
The Arizona Republic
by Ginger Rough
January 31, 2009
Treatments ease Cards' aches, injuries, Keeping healthy over a grueling 16-week season is one of the Cardinals' biggest challenges. Lasers, massage, stretching, acupuncture - you name it, the team uses it to stay loose and ready on game day.
Shortly after joining the team in July, Reed pushed for the purchase of high-tech equipment, including lasers, which stimulate cells and promote healing. Laser therapy isn't new in the NFL, but the Cardinals did not have the equipment on-site.
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