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Assessing Arteriosclerosis

submitted by: admin on 09/18/2013
Risk factors for heart disease should be assessed depending on each person's family history and lifestyle. The tests used also vary with each individual's particular situation. This disease is generally preventable.      

Breast Cancer Overview

submitted by: admin on 06/25/2016
  The important statistics about breast cancer are reviewed. Risk factors and three main cellular types are described. Mainstream and alternative treatments are reviewed. Integrative strategies make the most sense.              

Breast Cancer: What Makes It Spread

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
When you have breast cancer, malignant cells are constantly spread in the body. Why don't they always take hold? The biological terrain determines this and is discussed. Host defenses and degree of malignancy are addressed.          

Dietary Factors in Illness with Geoffrey Marx

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
High fructose corn syrup is perhaps the worst nutrient available that causes disease and is a big factor in causing the epidemic of obesity and type 2 diabetes.        

Exercise is Powerful Anti-Aging Medicine

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
Stem cells accumulate in skeletal muscle following exercise and release growth factors to spur regeneration according to a study published in PLoS online. Stem cells become deficient with aging so exercise is the best way to preserve muscle as we age.        

Fewer Mammograms Needed for Low-Risk Women

submitted by: admin on 06/18/2016
Less frequent mammograms for wonem at low risk for breast cancer can be a cost effective way of saving lives. Women with no family history of breast cancer, no previous biopsy and breasts that are not dense need far fewer mammograms than women with these risk factors. For women under the age of 50 without these three risk factors, mammograms are not worthwhile....

Fibromyalgia is Real

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
Many MDs believe that fibromyalgia does not exist and that it is caused by emotional factors. There is clear that there are many laboratory abnormalities seen with fibromyalgia and they are reviewed.          

Heart Attack Prevention

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
  Heart attacks are preventable through a healthy lifestyle. An unhealthy lifestyle leads to inflammation and the development of arterial plaque. Tests for early detection and risk factors are reviewed. Approaches for prevention are described.            

Hypertension: What is it with Russ Jaffe, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
Hypertension is a physical adaptation to resistance to flow. When our blood vessels are too narrow for a variety of reasons the pressure we need to sustain perfusion is high. Some of these mechanisms such as stress, kidney hormonal factors that are out of balance, blood that is too thick, mineral imbalances, oxidative stress, and idiopathic. There's a balance...

Insomnia

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
Sleep is one of the most important lifestyle factors. Prolonged insomnia leads to inflammation and a whole host of illnesses that include hypertension, type 2 diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, overweight, and suppressed immunity. There are hormonal imbalances as well, that include insulin, leptin, ghrelin, adrenal hormones and neurotransmitters that cause profound...

Introduction for Managing Heart Disease

submitted by: admin on 06/16/2024
  Arteriosclerotic heart disease is defined by reduced blood flow caused by cholesterol plaques, with or without blood clots, in one or more blood vessels of the heart. This situation can lead to insufficient nutrient delivery to the downstream tissues that can cause these very important complications.     Congestive heart failure...

Is Your Colonoscope Clean?

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
  A scientific paper presented at the Association for Professionals in Infection Control in June of 2013 analyzed 275 duodenoscopes, gastroscopes, and colonoscopes and found 15% were contaminated by "bio-dirt." The percentages with bio-dirt were 30% for duodenoscopes, 24% for gastroscopes, and 3% for colonoscopes. There are 17 million endoscopies...

Low Vitamin D and Risk of Cancer

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
  The epidemic of vitamin D deficiency has put us at risk for several types of cancer such as breast, colon, and prostate. We need UVB sunlight to make vitamin D in our skin and we don't get it much anymore.        

Medical Residents Working Hours are Excessive

submitted by: admin on 10/11/2013
Traditionally, doctors-in-training have been abused in many ways. The reasons for this and the issues involved are explored. It is a sad reflection of how money runs America and how inappropriate medical training really is.          

Naturopathy Reduces Cardiovascular Risk Factors

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
  According to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal in April of 2013, naturopathic care enhanced conventional care from MDs by showing a 17% reduction in prevalence of the metabolic syndrome over a one year period. Primary healthcare supposedly provides in-depth lifestyle counselling, however, why then does ND care lower...

Preview, Diabetes Intro

submitted by: admin on 06/16/2024
Diabetes is a disease where there is defective energy production because of insulin resistance. The physiology of the metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and the role of insulin and sugar levels are discussed. Risk factors and complications are reviewed. Treatment options are presented.

Regenerative Medicine with Richard Gracer, MD

submitted by: admin on 06/16/2024
The natural healing process is stimulated by both ozone and platelet rich plasma. Both stimulate the production of healing growth factors. Dr. Gracer explains how they work his experience of what they do.

Repetitive Stress Injuries with Eric Peper, PhD

submitted by: admin on 06/16/2024
Surprisingly, usually there's no relationship between the number of repetitions and injury. The factors that lead to these injuries are discussed. Ergonomic factors are only 30%. Stress immobilization injury is discussed.

Treating Insomnia

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
  Many of the most common reasons for insomnia are reviewed. Treatment should be directed to the underlying cause. Sleeping aids are addicting and only effective for short periods. Alternatives are reviewed.

Type II Diabetes Intro

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
The physiology of the metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and the role of insulin and sugar levels are discussed. Risk factors and complications are reviewed. Treatment options are presented.

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