Without our health, we are all extremely limited to what we can achieve in life. I’m a strong believer of this motto. Health is a fundamental aspect of every person’s life and makes the discussion of healthcare and the delivery of health services that much more important for all Americans. As we continue to move into a digital economy – Continue reading
Anger, disbelief, mirth, shame, confusion, blame, fear, intellectual scorn, emotional paralysis, self-criticism, other criticism, a numb feeling, Continue reading
Who doesn’t want flat abs? People desperate to lose weight will willingly starve themselves, take expensive supplements or do the latest fad diet that promises to give them that flawless figure in 30 days. Thankfully, belly fat is metabolically active and easier to lose. However, if proper nutrition is not observed Continue reading
Have you ever wondered why most major municipal water utilities across America continue to artificially fluoridate public water supplies when inexpensive fluoride toothpastes are readily available for those who choose to use them? Or why governments and medical groups continue to force fluoridated tap water Continue reading
Strong words, I know – but time and again science has proven that the prostate specific antigen (PSA) screening is unreliable at best, downright dangerous at worst. Even the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) spoke out in opposition to the PSA, Continue reading
According to the American Telemedicine Association, seven states and the District of Columbia have seen bills introduced in the Continue reading
Chlorella, single-celled fresh water algae, is often referred to as a near-perfect food, with a wide range of health benefits.
A recent study investigated the effects of chlorella on methylmercury transfer to fetuses during pregnancy. Pregnant mice were fed diets containing either 0% or 10% chlorella powder, along with methylmercury in their drinking water.
Two neonates were randomly selected from each mother mouse within 24 hours of birth, Continue reading
… that kehraj, an Ayurvedic herb, can regrow hair even better than popular over-the-counter hair regrowth treatments?
The U.S. has appropriated many natural health remedies from Ayurvedic medicine, Continue reading
When it comes to treating a chronic disease, some of the first words that often come to mind are “expensive,” “pills,” and “chemotherapy.” These negative thoughts and images are often seen as the only legitimate way to treat a majority of health problems, including hypertension, diabetes, and even cancer. Continue reading
The single-worst thing you can do to a magician is reveal the secrets to his tricks. Because once the audience realizes that there’s no rabbit in the hat, or that the lovely assistant hasn’t really disappeared, they’ll never look at the magician the same way again.
Well, I’m about to break mainstream medicine’s sacred “magician’s code” Continue reading
There’s some confusion out there about what exactly is telemedicine. One way to answer this question is the all-inclusive way: Telemedicine is the provision of medical care via electronic means, Continue reading
Seeking to limit their costs under Obamacare, small and midsize companies are considering cutting jobs, slashing employee hours and using more temporary workers, and Northeast Ohio staffing firms are hiring more people to meet the anticipated demand.
The federal Patient Protection Continue reading
The digestive health benefit of umeboshi – pickled plums – has been used in Asian culture for hundreds of years.
The ume plum is closely related to the apricot and is part of the Prunus mume family. Continue reading
Russian Scientists Reprogram Human DNA Using Words and Frequencies DNA science has finally explained previously mysterious phenomena such as clairvoyance … intuition … hands-free healing … “supernatural” light and auras … and more.
The discoveries are to the credit of Russian researchers, who ventured into DNA territory Western researchers have failed to consider. Western scientists have limited their studies to the 10% of our DNA responsible for building proteins. That means they have dismissed Continue reading
Unfortunately, many of us are familiar with the hallmark signs of aging: declining strength and energy, brain fog and “senior moments,” irritability, difficulty sleeping, hearing and vision loss…the list goes on and on. Most people either accept these things as “just part of getting older,” or take whatever drugs their doctors prescribe in the hopes of feeling better. But guess what? I have some Continue reading