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Atrial Fibrillation: Choices in Management

submitted by: admin on 04/12/2015
It is defined and coagulation issues addressed. Treatment options including anticoagulants, cardioversion, and certain drugs are reviewed. Its cause should be looked for and prevention considered.          

Attacking MRSA with Metals in Clay

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
  An article in the May 2013 issue of the journal, PLoS One, scientists showed that certain metals such as copper, zinc, iron, nickel and cobalt have antibiotic effects on MRSA and toxic E coli bacteria when attached to certain forms of clay. This 5000 year old treatment is being resurected to deal with skin infections that are resistant to all microbes. Copper...

Attention Deficit Disorders

submitted by: admin on 06/25/2017
In this extensive video, Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki review what ADD/ADHD are, how they are overdiagnosed and overtreated, and what can be done to manage these children and adults.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder vs Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

submitted by: admin on 05/24/2016
New research shows that children's risk for learning and behavior problems and obesity rises in correlation to their level of trauma exposure. These findings should encourage physicians to consider diagnosing PTSD rather than ADD/ADHD, which can have similar symptoms to PTSD, but the treatment is very different. A Stanford University study examined kids...

Attitudinal Breathing, HeartMath with David McArthur, JD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
HeartMath has been used to manage stress for years now. Making the shift from the experience of worry by intentionally focusing on the heart area and breathing through the heart that is uplifting and relaxing. The heart is the center of powerful feelings that provide tools to make a powerful positive physiological shift in our thinking and feeling. Shifting one...

Autism with Richard Kunin, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
  There is an epidemic of autism and the cause for it is multifactorial. Dr. Kunin explains the myriad of factors in addition to DNA abnormalities that cause autism. Vaccines are another important trigger in three important ways.          

Autism with Russ Jaffe, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
These kids have profound, pervasive neurological disease. There are now nearly a million kids in the US with this disorder. Russ describes six subtypes of autism. There are interesting tests that define and treat these kids.      

Autoimmunity

submitted by: admin on 02/20/2015
Autoimmunity is preventable and treatable, usually without drugs. Modern medicine has potent drugs that can save lives in extreme situations such as anaphylaxis or angioedema by suppressing symptoms, but only occasionally does it deal with underlying causes. The cause of autoimmune conditions is related to overstimulation of the immune system from a toxic environment...

Autoimmunity Health Assessment

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
  In this Health Assessment we will ask you about the specific autoimmune disorder you have, what drugs or CAM approaches you're using, what options might be considerations for treatment, and explore what possible causes might be useful in management. There is an epidemic of autoimmune diseases, the most common of which include hay fever,...

Autoimmunity Overview

submitted by: admin on 08/16/2016
There is an epidemic of autoimmune diseases that include hay fever, asthma, diabetes, collagen vascular diseases, and hypothyroidism. The causes of this epidemic range from heavy metal toxicity to drugs and environmental toxins. Our immune system attacks our tissues and we use drugs to suppress our immune system. There are other options for treatment that relate...

Autosuggestion and Guided Imagery with Jean Luc Mommaertz, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Autosuggestion is different from guided imagery or hypnosis. It is a form of making choices oneself rather than from the hypnotherapist.          

Avandia, Heart Attacks, and Bone Fractures

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
There is an increased risk for hypertension, heart attacks, congestive heart failure, and bone fractures associated with the use of Avandia. It inhibits the formation of new bone and increases of bone breakdown.        

Avastin: Good or Bad?

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Avastin for breast cancer is controversial because it does not extend life or its quality and it is expensive. It costs $88,000 per year of treatment. There are conflicts of interest for the oncologists who make a profit from the chemotherapies they sell to their patients. Big pharma is insensitive to what this drug actually does; it is primarily interested in...

Avoid the Swine Flu Vaccine and Boost Your Own Immunity (Updated Oct 22)

submitted by: admin on 11/03/2013
"A Return to Healing" Blog:  Thu, 10/22/2009 - 17:34 — BBelitsos [Authored by Len Saputo, MD and Stacia Lansman, MD, with Byron Belitsos—October 22, 2009.] Our nearly sixty combined years of practicing medicine has taught us this, if anything: Be wary whenever “big pharma” is part of any health campaign from...

Avoid the Swine Flu Vaccine—And Boost Your Own Immunity

submitted by: admin on 06/25/2017
    Our nearly seventy combined years of practicing medicine [note: this piece is coauthored by Len Saputo, MD and Stacia Lansman, MD, with Byron Belitsos] has taught us this, if anything: Be wary whenever “big pharma” is part of any health campaign from which it stands to profit. And this is all the more true when it...

Awakening to the New Medicine with Byron Belitsos

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Byron interviews Len Saputo about his militaristic medical treatment. 11% of medical students consider suicide. Creating a healing relationship is primary in medical practice. Keeping an open mind about other discipines is critical. The story of my wife's illness led to finding a solution outside of medicine that finally led me to an integrative approach.              

Ayurveda as Lifestyle Medicine with Vijaya Stallings, PhD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
This practice of holistic medicine from India is the oldest of all lifestyles. It is about the knowledge of life. It originated as a preventive approach. There are 20 universal principles of Ayurveda that are used to evaluate all symptoms. Deficiencies and excesses are determined from the pulses and examing the tongue. Western medicine looks at the symptoms and...

Ayurveda with Vijaya Stallings, PhD

submitted by: admin on 06/25/2017
The principles of Ayurveda are reviewed and the scope of its practice reviewed. Body types, diet and personality characteristics are explored. Ayurveda is more than a health care discipline, it is a lifestyle practice.