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Sleepless in Phoenix

August 5, 2012

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by Dr. David Parrish —  The National Sleep Foundation recently released figures from their 2007 “Sleep in America” poll that most of us would find disturbing. This large, random survey, focusing on the workplace and productivity showed that Americans are working later and sleeping less — a dangerous combination that can cause drowsiness while driving, […]

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Chaotic electric can cause erratic emotions

August 3, 2012

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by Carol R. Keppler —  Editor’s Note: The term “chaotic electric” has been coined by the author to describe the disharmonious energetic state of the body when its energy flow becomes obstructed or damaged. She describes it as similar to a musical instrument that hits a sour note; likewise, the body out of harmony encounters […]

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Molds and vaccinations: Recipes for disaster

July 31, 2012

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by Dr. Steven Siegel —  You might be wondering what molds and vaccines could possibly have in common. The answer is that they both contain remnant, residual byproducts called biotoxins that can continue to recirculate in the body, eliciting an immune response. In fact, it’s not an immune deficiency that most people assume underlies their […]

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Making sense of detoxification

July 30, 2012

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by Dr. Shelley Crombach —  Are you tired or toxic? In recent decades people have begun to see the role toxicity can play in overall energy and health. Now it seems that there are more detoxification kits in nutrition stores than we can count. Let’s examine what exactly we are trying to clean up in […]

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Benefits of organic food

July 30, 2012

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by Ben Ta’ati —  According to the American Chemical Society, a 10-year study by UC Davis researchers has indicated that levels of antioxidants known as flavonoids increase over time in crops grown in organically farmed fields. Other recent scientific studies have suggested that the consumption of flavonoids may protect against cancer, heart disease and other […]

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Food allergies on the rise

July 28, 2012

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by Dr. Martha Grout —  Every year, allergy medications are among the best-selling drugs in the U.S. If you count asthma, eczema and food allergies, almost one out of three Americans has some sort of allergy. This condition is of relatively recent origin — homeopathic doctors in the early part of the century rarely described […]

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Steps to Healing: Why can’t I get well?

July 21, 2012

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by Dr. Steven Siegel —  Today, we see many patients complaining of a wide and diverse set of debilitating symptoms that greatly reduce their quality of life. An example is Lyme disease, where the infection is gone but the biotoxins remain to continue perpetuating the illness. The answer appears to be in an emerging new […]

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Frequent infections could be from hypothyroidism

February 28, 2012

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by Dr. Mark Starr —  One of the hallmarks of a sluggish metabolism (hypothyroidism) is a tendency to suffer frequent infections that last longer and are more severe than the norm. Upper-respiratory problems such as ear infections, colds, bronchitis or even pneumonia are the most common types of infections and are often due to a […]

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Food allergies in infants and children

February 28, 2012

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by Dr. Christina Kovalik —  During the first year of life, the infant diet is the most powerful determinant of the growth and development of a child, and food allergies are the most common health problem. Many studies show that breastfeeding is the best source of food. The feeding of solid foods should be delayed […]

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Sweet ‘N Dangerous

February 28, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Refined sugar is probably the single most important food to avoid, especially for children. It is harmful for everyone, addictive and probably the greatest cause of ill health in America and the world today. Why is sugar a problem food? • Provokes a fight-or-flight response. Sugars pass easily from the […]

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Beating Brain Fog

February 22, 2012

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by Larry Wilson, M.D. — Brain fog is a health condition that is often characterized by a lack of mental clarity and mild memory loss. Other symptoms include confusion, mental sluggishness and often an inability to perform basic mental tasks properly, such as mathematical calculations. Brain fog is not recognized as a clinical diagnosis. I think […]

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