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H. Pylori and Salt Intake

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
The H. pylori bacteria is associated with ulcers and cancer. Salt intake increases the activity of the bacteria. Knowing what makes this bacteria grow is important. The number of H. pylori in the stomach has a lot to do with its being able to cause disease. Yet the presence of this microbe by itself in low concentrations does not cause problems. Using aggressive...

H. Pylori DNA Reduces Inflammation from Colitis

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
  DNA from H. pylori minimizes the effects of colitis in mice with regard to weight loss, GI bleeding, and stool consistency. More than 50% of the world has significant amounts of this microbe in their intestinal tracts. The bug in some settings could be good for us! Radical treatment with triple therapy that includes several antibiotics, acid blockers,...

H. Pylori Increases Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
According to a January 2012 article published in Diabetes Care, people infected with H. pylori are more than twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those without the infection. Clearly, this is an association, not a cause because although 97% of those testing positive for the microbe and developing type 2 diabetes, 91% who did not develop type 2 diabetes....

H. Pylori Protects Against Intestinal Infections

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
People who have the ulcer-inducing microbe, H. pylori, may be protected against intestinal infections. While 50% of us harbor this microbe, only a few of us develop problems from it. It has also been shown to protect against the development of asthma. A study published in the December 2011 issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases reported that soldiers infected...

H. Pylori Protects Against Stroke and Lung Cancer

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
  The January 6, 2013 issue of the journal, GUT, reported that in a 12 year study of 10,000 people, the presence of a very virulent strain of H. pylori protected against stroke and lung cancer. We know that H. pylori causes gastric ulcers and carcinoma but it remains ironic that this versatile microbe seems to have protective effects against these disorders. The...

H. Pylori: Good or Bad?

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
Infection with H pylori provides reliable protection against allergy-induced asthma by impairing the production of dendritic cells and triggering the accumulation of regulatory T-cells. Researchers published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation that the dramatic increase in allergic diseases in industrialized countries is linked to the rapid disappearance...

Hakomi with Kathleen Dunbar

submitted by: admin on 12/16/2017
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Hands of Life with Julie Motz

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013

Hands of Life, A Healers Journey with Julie Motz

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
One's own healing energy and the holistic nature of how we heal. Unearthing our emotional traumas is key to this process and it goes all the way back to fetal life. Anesthesia in many ways is much like fetal life and we have ignored how this 9 month period affects us later in life.

Happy Marriage Helps High Blood Pressure

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Happy Seniors Live Longer

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
A study from the UK published in October of 2012 on 10,000 people over the age of 50 showed that seniors who enjoy life live longer. Over 9 years they found that 20% died, but only 10% of those who had an "inner smile" and nearly 30% died who did not. Factors that influenced this outcome were psychological wellbeing, social isolation, wealth, living...

Happy to 102 with Lily Sarafan

submitted by: admin on 12/16/2017
Care in extended care facilities often leaves much to be desired. It is now possible to provide care for most people until the end of life at home. Assistance with cooking, bathing, dressing etc is available up to 24 hours per day. Quality of life is much improved when seniors stay at home.

Harmony, Health, and Beauty, Colette DeVore, LAC

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
If your mind and body are in harmony with your spirit, love is present. With love comes health and beauty. We get out of harmony because of our fears. Beauty is not just skin deep. Chinese medicine can harmonize this process.        

Have Politics Spread to Organic Food

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Having a Medical Advocate in the Hospital

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Having Too Few Gut Microbes is a Disease

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
  A study published in the August issue of the journal, Nature, did a genetic analysis on the number of gut microbes in 292 Danes and found that 25% have up to 40% fewer gut bacteria and reduced bacterial diversity. This was accompanied by low grade inflammation, weakened immunity, an increase in the incidence of obesity! Decreased numbers and...

Hay Fever

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Hay Fever Management

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
It can lead to asthma, hives, or angioedema. Causes, mainstream and CAM approaches to management are discussed. Conventional therapies work, but are not the safest and they do have possible significant side effects.            

HDL Cholesterol is Not Always Protective

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
The Framingham Study showed that for every rise of 1 mg/dL of HDL cholesterol, there was a 2% drop in the risk of an MI. However, not all HDL cholesterol is protective. HDL's protective effect depends on the environment in which it exists. In premenopausal women, generally HDL is protective. However, in postmenopausal women who have the metabolic syndrome...

HDL Level and Risk of MI Questioned

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
  Treatment to increase HDL cholesterol has been viewed as useful, but new data published in the journal Lancet in May of 2012, suggests that there's no value in doing so to prevent heart attacks. It could be that HDL is a marker for increased risk for heart attack, much like the PSA is a marker for prostate cancer. This does not mean that statin...