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Reversing macular degeneration

November 25, 2014

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Reversing macular degeneration by Julia Busch —  Clinical studies are showing that highly sophisticated microcurrent stimulation (MCS) devices, which emit specific, low-current bioelectrical waves, can significantly improve retinal disease in a very high percentage of wet and dry age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) and its juvenile counterpart Stargardt’s disease (STDG). The leading cause of blindness in […]

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Medically oriented dentistry

November 19, 2014

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Medically oriented dentistry by Dr. Nicholas Meyer — In general, modern dentistry makes for a pleasant experience. Modern dentistry also uses materials that can be very challenging to the human immune system. In fact, some materials commonly used in dentistry are so harmful to individuals with reduced immune systems that dentistry can actually cause death. […]

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Spring cleaning for the body — healing the spleen

November 15, 2014

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Spring cleaning for the body — healing the spleen by Sheevaun Moran — Spring has pretty much arrived in the Valley. The recent rains have brought the desert to rampant bloom and the scent is wonderfully clean. What a great time to take a moment and check in with our bodies to determine how to […]

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Progesterone — for both men and women

October 26, 2014

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Progesterone — for both men and women by Dr. Fred G. Arnold —  Progesterone is one of the sex hormones produced by and found in both men and women, only in different concentrations. Progesterone has been shown to have many health benefits, even reducing the incidence of cancer. It is important that a proper balance […]

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The whys of gum recession

October 17, 2014

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The whys of gum recession by Dr. Nicholas Meyer —  Are you getting “long in the tooth?” If so, this can be a very serious, multi-causal issue of bone loss around the teeth. Gum recession can be as minor in size as the edge of a fingernail to a whopping full-root exposure that makes you […]

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What does your poop say about your health?

October 14, 2014

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What does your poop say about your health? by Dr. Jennifer Burns —  Looking at your own poop seems weird and unusual and is something that people just do not talk about. But since the gut is the “second brain,” there is a lot to be said about how a person’s poop looks in relation […]

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Teeth grinding — is it an autoimmune disease?

August 28, 2014

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Teeth grinding — is it an autoimmune disease? by Dr. Nicholas Meyer — What do teeth grinding and autoimmune diseases have in common? Teeth grinding is the aggressive wear of the enamel and dentin from one jaw to the opposing jaw’s tooth structures. Autoimmune diseases are essentially dysfunctions in which your body attacks itself as […]

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WebMD partners with FDA

June 2, 2014

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WebMD partners with FDA by Mary Budinger —  WebMD announced a partnership in December 2008, with the FDA to distribute FDA consumer health news and alerts on WebMD’s Internet and print outlets. The FDA’s consumer health site gets just 130,000 viewers a month, while WebMD gets almost 50 million. “We are enthusiastic about this collaboration […]

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Nutrition and Mental Health

May 29, 2014

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Nutrition and Mental Health by Dr. Larry Wilson — Nutritional and lifestyle factors play a critical role in emotional as well as physical health. In fact, the root of many problems can be a nutritional imbalance. This article is a brief introduction to some major nutritional imbalances related to depression, anxiety and ADHD. These include […]

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Manifest joy, love and prosperity through breathwork

May 28, 2014

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Manifest joy, love and prosperity through breathwork by Ray (Ishnah) Solanki —  Most of us simply take breathing for granted, yet the average person takes from 12 to 15 breaths per minute — that’s 20,000 breaths over a 24-hour period — and oxygenates more than 27 trillion cells in the body with each breath. Most […]

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Has your weight loss hit a plateau?

May 27, 2014

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Has your weight loss hit a plateau? by Via Gibson —  You set a goal for the new year to lose weight. You’ve been to the gym everyday. You have consumed healthy foods and have changed bad eating habits. You lost weight within the first few months, but now you have hit a plateau and […]

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Stand up straight

May 23, 2014

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Stand up straight by Shirley Osborne —  Deportment is a very old-fashioned word for posture. “Carriage” is no more modern. We never use words like these anymore, and more’s the pity, because these words convey lightness and grace just in the speaking of them. If we still used them in our everyday conversations, we might […]

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Spring cleansing: The transformational power of cleansing and detoxification

May 16, 2014

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Spring cleansing: The transformational power of cleansing and detoxification by Steven D. Ehrlich, N.M.D.—  Stroll down the aisles of any health food store and you’ll see them — a bounty of neatly packaged do-it-yourself detox products promising a cleaner colon, renewed energy and healthier you. It can be a bit mind-boggling to survey the sheer […]

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