Was Linus Pauling Right About Vitamin C’s Curative Powers After All?

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One of the most famous forerunners of high dose vitamin C treatment for disease prevention was Dr. Linus Pauling, a biochemist and peace activist, and a two-time Nobel Laureate

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Telemedicine Facility for Emergency Care

The telemedicine facility being set up at the Sabarimala pilgrimage center, with technical assistance from JIPMER, Puducherry, and ISRO, to provide specialist medical consultation round the clock to pilgrims who might require emergency care, Continue reading

Five Telemedicine Trends Transforming Health Care IN 2016

Telemedicine is a key component in the health care industry shift to value-based care as a way to generate additional revenue, cut costs and enhance patient satisfaction. One of the biggest changes to health care in the last decade, telemedicine is experiencing rapid growth Continue reading

Alzheimer’s and Lyme —Two Diseases Driven by Inappropriate Interventions in the Food Chain

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Alzheimer’s and Lyme disease are caused by disruptions in the food chain. In our efforts to create a cheaper food system, we’ve cut too many corners, and made too many dangerous shortcuts  Continue reading

Vaccines—Are They Still Contributing to the Greater Good?

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To ensure the safety of as many children as possible, we need to have an open rational discussion about vaccine safety Continue reading

Sanctuary House of Listening

The one thing in the world that produces love and understanding is the one thing most missing in our civilization. Listening is the key to healthy human relationships but we have never been taught to listen. It certainly is not modeled in governments thus not in public educational systems. Authoritative Continue reading

Bicarbonate and CO2

Bicarbonate and CO2 are profoundly important for human health. Both are necessary for the successful practice of medicine and the treatment of cancer yet few understand the importance of both. Even a so-called health expert like Sang Whang, Continue reading

Only 1 TBSP of Coconut Oil Produces Powerful Health Changes, Study Confirms

A simple tablespoon daily of coconut oil could promote weight loss and improve cardiovascular health, reveals a new clinical study. 

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Which Multivitamins Do You Eat? Avoid These Multivitamins…

In these modern times, it has become increasingly rare for people to eat balanced and nutritious meals daily. In order to meet the demands of our fast paced lives, we seek fast solutions to meet our daily requirements for food and nutrition. Often we grab whatever convenient package of food we can find and run out the door instead of sitting down to a balanced home cooked meal.

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Hospital-Designed Apps Aim To Help Patients Manage Their Care

Hospitals are developing mobile applications that doctors can prescribe to help patients manage their care, the Wall Street Journal reports. Continue reading

8 Ways to Beat Holiday Bloat

The holiday season is approaching and that means office get-togethers, school parties, and family gatherings with holiday eats are in order. Unfortunately for some of us, it also means bloating triggered by getting a little too jolly with our favorite holiday foods. Continue reading

‘Evidence-Based’ Medicine: A Coin’s Flip Worth of Certainty

What if 90% of the peer-reviewed clinical research, the holy grail of the conventional medical system, is exaggerated, or worse, completely false?

A seismic shift is occurring in the field of evidence-based medicine that a rare few are aware of, Continue reading

Astounding Number of Medical Procedures Have No Benefit, Even Harm – JAMA Study

What if millions of medical diagnoses, procedures, and treatments were based on, at best, questionable scientific evidence, but still performed daily, the world over, in the name of saving patients lives or reducing their suffering? A new JAMA review indicates this may be exactly what is happening.  Continue reading