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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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Nightly Dose of Sleep

Sleep is a basic principle of good health and well-being and integral to the body’s healing system. A lack of sleep deprives the body of essential energy and cell restoration, which then creates a less than desirable state of health. When in this suboptimal state, the body is subject to dysfunction, is thrown out of …

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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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Miracle

“How can I summarize a miracle in so few words?  Well, this is our story: On May 9th 2014, my son, Andrew was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.  By the end of May, we brought him home, unable to walk properly, partially blind and deaf, he was just 29 years old.  That day my struggle started, …

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Lessons Learned From “Remarkable Survivors”

I recently came across an article in Integrative Cancer Therapies that I found intriguing and enlightening.  The authors looked at the mental attributes that may favor prolonged survival in the face of metastatic cancer.  Ten individuals with medically incurable cancers who had outlived their prognoses by from 4 to 14 years were interviewed.  They found three …

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Does High Dose IV Vitamin C Hinder the Effectiveness of Chemo or Radiation?

Six months ago an elderly woman with cancer was brought to our clinic by her concerned daughter.  She wanted to know what if anything I could offer.  We talked about diet, nutritional supplements, detoxing protocols and high dose IV vitamin C among other therapies.  After listening carefully she felt comfortable about the program but first …

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“The Most Effective Treatment for Osteoarthritis of the Knee”

While reading a recent medical journal I became interested in an article with the above title.  However, as I read through the article  I was a little disappointed  but not surprised that the authors evaluated only the common medical therapies currently in use.  These therapies ranged from Tylenol and ibuprofen, to injectable hyaluronic acid  and …

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Autism and Guilt

  When I saw this title of an article in New Scientist this month, I was curious just what was the association between autism and guilt.    The article starts out as follows: “Those familiar with the scientific method may be puzzled why many parents of autistic children seek interventions and therapies with no evidence base.” …

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