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D-Mannose For Urinary Tract Infections

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Chronic use of antibiotics may help with chronic urinary tract infections, but they also effect the microflora in the GI tract. E. Coli cause 80% of all urinary tract infections. When E. Coli sticks to the lining of the urinary tract it causes inflammation of the urinary tissues. A simple sugar that the body cannot metabolize coats E. Coli and prevents them from...

Daily Aspirin Linked to Vision Loss

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Seniors who take daily aspirin have twice the risk for wet macular degeneration (not for the dry form). The risk increases from 2 cases per 100 people to 4 cases per 100 people. The authors stated that they felt the benefits of fewer heart attacks and strokes outweighed the visual issues. However, no mention of other forms of anticoagulation were considered such...

Dangerous Viral Gene Found in Most GMO Crops

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
  The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) belatedly discovered that of the 86 GMO foods developed, 54 contain a virus called Gene 6 that has not been cleared for safety! Gene 6 may also disturb the normal health of crops, including their natural pest resistance as well as human health. GMO crops should be banned and recalled. In the US we don't...

David McArthur, JD

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
David McArthur, JD Spiritual Support   Background David McArthur is a spiritual counselor, HeartMath® specialist, ordained Unity minister, author, executive director of Intelligent Heart, and an international lecturer and teacher in the science of reversing stress and accessing personal levels of wisdom and guidance. He is presently...

DCIS

submitted by: admin on 06/25/2016
  Ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS, makes up 25% of breast cancers and is lethal in only 1-2%. Failure to differentiate leads to massive overtreatment, significant emotional and physical disability, and unnecessary treatment and costs. There is a desperate need for better screening tests. Many of these cancers spontaneously disappear.            

Dealing With a Diagnosis of Cancer

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
When you find out you have cancer life often becomes very challenging. Most treatments are toxic and have a lot of side effects. While we suffer from cancer and its treatment, the opportunity to re-assess our lifestyle and make changes comes with it. It is a chance to modify how we live our lives and re-assess our values.        

Dealing with a New Serious Disease

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
Who would you trust if you had a life-threatening illness. It is challenging to get the care you would like for several reasons that are discussed. There are legal and practical aspects impeding the care you might want.

Dealing With Stress and Teenage Alcohol

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
The reasons why many teenages are stressed out and choose alcohol to relieve stress are reviewed. Our dysfunctional cultural values are the driving force leading to anxiety, frustration, and depression. Our educational system is discussed and solutions offered.        

Dealing with Worry with David McArthur

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Our society is very demanding and leads to challenges that are difficult. The first thing to consider is the anxiety related to the problem that blocks solving the issue and challenges physiology. Listening and caring are powerful tools to support solutions. Breathing through the heart is explained. HeartMath is discussed.              

Death and Dying with Phillip Scott

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
The journey home is a sacred process. Our relationship in the world from the western perspective is adversarial. Indigenous practices honor our inseparability with everything in the world. Ceremonial practices bring us into alignment with source. When we honor our relationship with mother earth we are constantly engaged in a web of connection with all that there...

Death and Dying with Phillip Scott

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Life is a cycle and is natural. Doctors who have not come to terms with their own mortality cannot give good advice on dying. Working with physicians, families, spiritual leaders, and patients is very important. Making decisions about possible treatment can be challenging when patients are dying. How much treatment and what kinds are appropriate? Every situation...

Death and Dying, How to Deal With It

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Dealing with death and dying is a very important issue. For some this is an overwhelming problem and for others it can be a time to make peace with what is happening. We need to come to terms with our situation and make important decisions about how we're going to deal with many challenging issues. Dying people need help with psychospiritual issues as well...

Death By Medicine

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
In a landmark publication, Gary Null et al review the impact of mainstream medical practice in causing morbidity and mortality in the US. Their shocking statistics are reviewed.There is a staggering one million people who die annually.   "Death By Medicine" Documentary Wins "Best of Fest" Award, February 9, 2011 We're thrilled to announce that our recently...

Defensive Medicine in Orthopedics

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
A new survey of orthopedics surgeons showed roughly a third of the imaging tests they ordered, such as X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans, are meant to protect them from lawsuits rather than for the benefit of the patient.  Defensive medicine, where physicians order diagnostic tests of little benefit largely to protect themselves from lawsuits, are up as high as...

Defensive Practice in the Emergency Room

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
ER physicians are at particular risk for law suits and they tend to over-test people to protect them from making diagnostic errors; they don't know these patients. As a result this drives up the cost for health care.    

Dehydration

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
As we age we become more dehydrated. Exercise causes fluid and to some extent, salt loss that can result in hyponatremia. Humidity reduces evaporation and sweating does very little to cause cooling. Vicki tells a story of my extreme dehydration while playing tennis in Jakarta.    

Dental Connections to Inflammation with Andrea Braun, DDS

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Oral inflammatory conditions such as periodontal disease create a systemic inflammatory process that puts us at risk for chronic illness. There are interesting ways to deal with this using smart nutrition that are reviewed.              

Dental X-rays Linked to Meningioma

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
People who received frequent denteal x-rays have an increased risk for developing meningioma according to an article published in April of 2012 in the journal Cancer. About 1400 patients who got regular dental films and another 1400 controls showed that the risk for meningioma was increased 1.5-2.0 times higher in the x-rayed group. In those people who had panorex...

Depression

submitted by: admin on 02/16/2015
There is an epidemic of anxiety and depression. Today's world is filled with emotional challenge. How many families do you know that aren't dysfunctional? And who do you know that has not spent time with a counselor, psychologist, or psychiatrist at some time in their life? In some circles it is almost a status symbol to be in psychotherapy! And, it is...

Depression Health Assessment

submitted by: admin on 02/20/2015
  You will gain a much better understanding of how depression is affecting your whole self and about what your options are for treatment.   There are many factors involved in assessing what has caused depression as well as what can be done to manage it. This assessment begins with an analysis of lifestyle factors that address diet, exercise,...