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Platelets in Live Blood Assessment

Platelets (Figure 1; also known as thrombocytes) are an important part of the mechanism of coagulation that controls bleeding. Non-activated platelets circulate freely but once activated, they become sticky assuming a star-like shape and enmesh with each other and fibrin, forming a blood clot. One large group of platelet s in a single sample or …

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Why Your Gallbladder Symptoms May Persist After Removal

First it is important to understand the function of the gallbladder. The gallbladder is an important organ related to digestive function in the body, working with the liver to ensure proper breakdown and absorption of fats. Its primary role is to concentrate and store bile created in the liver. It then releases bile into the …

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Ozone therapy is a low potency homeopathic treatment that stimulates and stabilizes biological functions. It is safe, effective, non-toxic, easy to use and inexpensive. Ozone therapy has been shown to have healing capabilities and exceptionally positive effects on chronic illnesses such as Lyme, EBV and mold exposure, autoimmune diseases, cancer, arthritis, infectious and inflammatory diseases, acute and chronic …


Fibromyalgia – There Is a Cure

Fibromyalgia – There Is a Cure Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized commonly by one or several of the following symptoms: widespread musculoskeletal pain, chronic fatigue, insomnia, memory loss and mood disorders. As with most chronic illness Western Medicine is only able to prescribe medication that can only suppress the symptoms at best.    In order to actually …

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Scorned for Studying Chelation Therapy

The new heart patient asked Dr. Gervasio Lamas if he thought chelation therapy was worth a try. “Of course not!” the cardiologist replied emphatically. His Harvard training had taught him that alternative therapies were a waste of time and money, and potentially risky to boot. “I told him it was quackery.” But Lamas went home …

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Why Prince Did Not Need to Die

Autopsy of Prince found that he died from an overdose of the powerful pain killer fentanyl.   He is one of over 15,000 people that die each year from an overdose of prescribed narcotics.  Prince’s chronic  pain following hip surgery required the use of Percocet.   As with all pain medications over time it became ineffective …

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