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Our Chemical World

Our Chemical World  To give you an idea of the number of new chemicals being introduced into our world today look at the exponential growth in just 1 year.  In 2009 alone over 10 million new chemicals were registered with the Chemical Abstracts Service, bringing the total number of registered chemicals to 50 million*.  Liver …

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Vulvodynia

Vulvodynia Vulvodynia is a chronic, diffuse, unremitting sensation of burning of the vulva — (the female external genital organs including the labia, clitoris, and entrance to the vagina).  This disease is usually referred to in medicine as essential vulvodynia.  Which loosely translated means we essentially do not know what causes it.  However, those trained in alternative …

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Henoch-Shonline Purpura

Henoch-Shonline Purpura Henoch-Shonline Purpura (HSP) is a disorder that causes the small blood vessels in your skin, joints, intestines, and kidneys to become inflamed and bleed.  The most striking feature of this form of vasculitis is a purplish rash, typically on the lower legs and buttocks. Mason, age 6, was hospitalized after his mother noticed …

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Agoraphobia

Agoraphobia It is not uncommon for patients to come in with a long list of symptoms.  For most doctors practicing regular medicine who have time restraints this can cause a lot of frustration for both them and their patients. For a homeopathic physician, the more unique symptoms a patient has the easier it is to …

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Longevity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Taurine Part 2 of 2

Longevity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Taurine Part 2 of 2 Taurine has been approved for the treatment of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) in Japan for several years.  In addition to relieving breathlessness with exertion and fluid retention, it can also eliminate the need for drugs such as digoxin.  Taurine has been found to increase exercise capacity …

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Longevity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Taurine Part 1 of 2

Longevity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Taurine Part 1 of 2 Japan has the second longest life expectancy in the world at 85.03 years, as well as the lowest rate of cardiovascular mortality with only 31 deaths from ischemic (inadequate blood supply) heart disease per 100,000 people.  In comparison, the U.S. ranks 46th in longevity and has …

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Don’t Treat Sinus Infections With Antibiotics

Don’t Treat Sinus Infections With Antibiotics A randomized, controlled trial done in 2012 revealed that antibiotics, which are routinely prescribed to treat sinus infections, were completely ineffective.  Participants were given either a 10-day course of amoxicillin or a placebo, and they were also allowed to take other over-the-counter drugs to suppress their symptoms. The results …

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More Than Just Tourette’s

So often in medicine when physicians evaluate a patient they try to affix a diagnostic label to their patient.   Once they have this diagnosis then they will send them to the appropriate specialist for treatment.  This often leads to a patient seeing 3-4 different specialists who then prescribe medications to suppress one’s symptoms.  However, what …

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Considering an Assisted Living Place for Your Mom, Dad or Spouse?  Part II

Considering an Assisted Living Place for Your Mom, Dad or Spouse?  Part II Harvard psychiatrist Robert Waldinger used data from the longest study of human happiness to answer the question, “What makes us happy and healthy as we go through life?” The study began in 1938 and continued for 80 years.  What Waldinger found was …

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