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Health care in crisis: Part III — What to do for yourself

February 13, 2015

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Health care in crisis: Part III — What to do for yourself by Dr. Mark Force —  The current health care crisis is the result of a lie. The lie is that you will be healthy if you get the right health care. This fallacy is perpetuated by some people because there is a lot […]

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Ordination: An option for the unlicensed healthcare practitioner

May 8, 2014

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Ordination: An option for the unlicensed healthcare practitioner by Irene Conlan —  According to a recent survey by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 36 percent of U.S. adults age 18 and older use some form of complementary or alternative medicine. When the use of megavitamins and health-related prayer are considered, the percentage […]

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Electrodermal screening gives your body a voice

December 25, 2013

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  More and more, we are seeing a drastic increase in symptoms and disease; yet for many people, getting a proper diagnosis can be very difficult. Going the conventional medical route leaves many patients with prescriptions to suppress symptoms or referrals to other doctors, when diagnoses are elusive. However, trying to […]

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Medical errors leading cause of death

December 17, 2013

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by Mary Budinger —  Medical errors leading to patient death occur more often than previously thought, perhaps as many as 400,000 deaths a year, according to a new study published in the Journal of Patient Safety. The study revealed that 210,000 Americans are killed by preventable hospital errors each year. When deaths related to diagnostic […]

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Damning report on state of U.S. health care

August 28, 2013

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by Mary Budinger —  A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association reports that Americans are living longer these days — an average of 78.2 years now — but we are sicker. Our senior years are increasingly marked by chronic illness or disability. The landmark study compared the U.S. with 34 other […]

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Fibromyalgia: a woman’s disease?

June 1, 2013

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by Dr. Kenneth F. Muhich —  Fibromyalgia is not a woman’s disease, although it is often portrayed as such. At first glance it may appear to be, because so many women are diagnosed with the condition. Fibromyalgia is not a new disease. Its many symptoms can be traced back to Biblical times and are written […]

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Shocking facts about medical care

March 28, 2013

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by Dr. Marty Makary —  A new generation of doctors is pushing the medical profession to make hospital outcomes more positive for the public and to make bedside care more honest. Following are a few shocking facts about health care in the U.S. today. In a confidential survey at a wide range of hospitals, staffers […]

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Phoenix decides to continue water fluoridation

December 11, 2012

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by Mary Budinger —  The city of Phoenix was poised to remove fluoride from the tap water of its 1.4 million residents, but when the dust settled on September 11, 2012, the decision was made to continue the status quo. Councilman Tom Simplot originally raised the issue of whether or not the city should continue […]

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Butternut squash — Tasty and good for you

November 28, 2012

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by Dorothy Krupnick —  Imagine a vegetable that provides you with good skin integrity, a natural sunscreen, healthy eyes and a powerful antioxidant, all at 82 calories per one-cup serving. Low in sodium and fat-free, the winner is butternut squash. Yes, the hard-skinned squash that always invokes a “what do I do with it?” response […]

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Most Americans are unhappy with FDA

September 23, 2012

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According to an April 2007 survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, most U.S. citizens are extremely dissatisfied with the Food and Drug Administration. A telephone survey of 1,026 American adults revealed that they felt the FDA to be alarmingly out of touch with the concerns of the American people. Some of the most […]

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Support for family caregivers a must

September 18, 2012

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by Dr. Leonard Kirschner —  Millions of adults often juggle work and family in order to provide caregiving to an aged and/or ailing loved one. It is estimated that the economic value of family caregiving in the U.S. was about $350 billion for 2006. The economic value of these services in Arizona is estimated to […]

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Magnesium chloride: The best kept secret in modern medicine

September 17, 2012

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by Mark A. Sircus —  Besides magnesium chloride, sodium bicarbonate and iodine can be used to treat cancer. Deep within the heart of Western medicine are wisdom and power that often seem deliberately stymied by medical authorities and the pharmaceutical companies that stand behind them. Magnesium chloride in emergency rooms Inside emergency rooms and intensive […]

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A cost effective path to a healthy immune system

August 30, 2012

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by Dr. Steven Siegel —  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Never has that saying been more true than today. As winter and the flu season approach, there are some effective steps you can take to improve your immune system. With the cost of health care soaring, it’s more imperative now […]

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