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Return your body to a youthful and vibrant state

July 21, 2012

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  The Fountain of Youth is a legendary spring that reputedly restores the youth of anyone who drinks of its waters. If only it were so easy to reverse the body’s inevitable aging process and restore its original vitality. While no single elixir exists, fortunately there are integrative healthcare options to […]

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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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Multiple chemical sensitivity: Modern-day canaries in the mineshaft

July 19, 2012

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by Dr. Martha Grout —  In the early 1950s, Dr. Theron G. Randolph noted that several of his patients had a “petrochemical problem,” in that they became ill when passing through the heavily industrialized areas of northwest Indiana and South Chicago. Randolph was a new breed of “clinical ecologists” who believed that chemical antigens are […]

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Menacing Mercury

July 17, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Mercury is among the most toxic elements known. It is also the most common heavy metal on the earth today. One could easily write a book about its sources and its many toxic effects. Here, let us introduce the subject, followed by a brief discussion of how to reduce mercury […]

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Flu Do’s & Flu Don’ts

March 17, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Many people are worried about a possible swine flu epidemic. The virus has already claimed a few lives and could get worse during the winter months. Below are suggestions not only for preventing any case of influenza, but also for supporting your body so that it can heal itself naturally. […]

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Lost your libido? How women can help themselves

March 5, 2012

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by Dr. Denise Grobe —  Many women report to their physicians that they have experienced a decrease in libido. While this is not a problem for some women, it can present a multitude of complicated issues for others. A woman’s libido can be a difficult topic to discuss. No scientific or medical standards have been […]

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Relieve stress with massage in the workplace

March 5, 2012

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by Nina Laveson —  “Stress in the workplace has been labeled the number one health problem in the United States, with costs to American industry estimated at billions of dollars,” said Dr. Paul J. Rosch, a clinical professor of medicine and psychiatry at New York Medical College and president of The American Institute of Stress […]

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Follow your gut: it may be celiac

March 5, 2012

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by Heather Demeritte —  You visit the doctor because you are suffering from abdominal bloating, chronic diarrhea and constipation, and extreme fatigue. Your doctor diagnoses you with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) — but is it really IBS? If your gut feeling tells you to visit another doctor for a second opinion, follow that internal instinct. […]

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Signs of depression

March 1, 2012

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Depression can manifest differently in different people, causing sadness and a loss of interest in once pleasurable activities. Symptoms used to diagnose depression are the same regardless of gender, although complaints vary from person to person. Fatigue — Depressed people undergo a series of physical and emotional changes, including fatigue and psychomotor retardation, which is […]

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Boost immunity against the flu and infections

February 29, 2012

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by Dr. Theo Christodoulakis —  Opportunistic infections are those infections that find the opportunity to invade the host, such as the bodies of individuals who have compromised or run-down immune systems. Boosting the immune system is a multi-faceted approach that should include reducing the stress of an individual, increasing proper nutrition and supplementation, getting adequate […]

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Preventing diabetes: Are you at risk?

February 28, 2012

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by Dr. Tara Peyman —  Diabetes is on the rise in the United States. In June 2008, the total number of Americans living with diabetes increased to nearly 24 million. This is a jump of more than 3 million people in two years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In addition to […]

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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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A naturopathic approach to bipolar disorder

February 28, 2012

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by Dr. Tara Peyman —  Approximately five million Americans are suffering with bipolar disorder, and most of them take medications that may cause undesirable side effects, such as weight gain and fatigue. Some of these prescriptions can even cause elevated blood sugar and high cholesterol. The good news is that alternatives to conventional medications are […]

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