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It is Asbestos Awareness Week – April 1 to 7 2014 |

Added April 4, 2014, Under: Diseases, Environment, Health, Technology

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How much do you know about asbestos? We would like to share some information during this special week of awareness. A few facts of interest Every year around three thousand people are diagnosed with mesothelioma, a deadly cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. On average, they are given ten months to live. Put it another way, three hundred days or  seven thousand and two hundred hours. Asbestos is still not banned in the USA with roughly thirty million pounds still being used every year. Even though it is thirty ...

Is It Time to Hand Out Statins to the Middle Aged & Older Like Candy? |

Added March 28, 2014, Under: Diseases, Doctors, Drugs, Health

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Cholesterol has been the so called "big baddy" on the health scene for several decades, with the mainstream media and the medical profession alike urging you to cut back on animal fat and switch to low fat products in order to lower your cholesterol - while at the same time taking prescription statins. In fact, the exact opposite is the way to go as one of the best ways to raise your HDL cholesterol is to consume more dietary fats, ...

Cat’s Claw Is An Ancient & Valuable Herb |

Added March 16, 2014, Under: Diseases, Inflammation

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Cat's claw originates from Central and South America and has been used for hundreds of years as a natural remedy to treat a variety of health complaints. The Amazon rainforest has long been considered  a cornucopia of undiscovered medicinal plants where its indigenous peoples have for centuries used cat’s claw to treat inflammation, arthritis, stomach ulcers and infections. The two known species of cat’s claw are Uncaria guianensis (traditionally used for wound healing) and Uncaria tomentosa (with its numerous medicinal ...

How Do You Contract Lyme Disease? |

Added February 15, 2014, Under: Diseases, Drugs, Environment, Skin Conditions

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  For many years it has been understood that Lyme disease is an infection caused by being bitten by an infected tick. It is called Lyme disease after the name of the town in the USA where it was first described back in 1975. Since then, thousands of cases have been reported both in the USA and elsewhere.  However, in the summer of 2013, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that Lyme disease was much more prevalent than previously ...

Is the Mainstream Media Giving Vitamin D a Hard Time? |

Added February 2, 2014, Under: Children's Health, Diseases, Vitamin D

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It is widely known that the mainstream media is well supported by the pharmaceutical industry (and its allies) when it comes to advertising income and so we should not be too surprised when that same media is so quick to jump on the bandwagon to attack anything natural or non-pharmaceutical that might actually improve our health. First it was vitamins under attack, now it is vitamin D A couple of months ago there were loads of headlines saying that vitamins were a ...

The Electronic Cigarette & Is It A Safer Alternative? |

Added February 1, 2014, Under: Diseases, Environment, Health, Technology

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Even the most hardened smoker knows that it is dangerous to their health and yet cigarette smoking is so addictive that it is one of the most difficult habits to kick. If a smoker wants to quit, he or she deserves all the help and support we can give. And one of the most recent and popular ways is by using an electronic cigarette. The term “vaping” has taken the place of “smoking” for those who have embraced this new lifestyle. How ...

The Story of a Bipolar Zombie & How She Eliminated Deadly Medications to Heal Her Brain Naturally |

Added January 25, 2014, Under: Diets, Diseases, Drugs, How To

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I recently wrote about Tara.  You might remember my interview with her here.  Now with a bit of nudging from me, Tara has agreed to share some of her success secrets with you in the hope of helping others diagnosed with the same disorder. I am sure you will marvel at her perseverance but look how it paid off? She is a great inspiration to anyone who makes the decision to go the natural route for treating a chronic condition.  Here is ...

How to Change Your Ways If You Are Diagnosed with Fatty Liver |

Added January 24, 2014, Under: Diets, Diseases, Exercise, How To

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Everyone has a small amount of fat in their liver but anything in excess of 5 to 10% of fat in the weight of your liver is definitely surplus, leading to liver disease and even serious health complications.  And contrary to public perception, liver disease is not always as a result of drinking alcohol. The liver is usually the largest organ in your body, performing many functions. Either directly or indirectly, your liver accounts for growth, immunization, nutrition and reproduction. But ...

Myths & Legends Surrounding the Tetanus Shot |

Added January 18, 2014, Under: Diseases, Vaccines

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There is a lot of fear about tetanus and anyone who gets bitten by a dog or a cat or cuts themselves badly - where they need to go to their doctor or the ER - is immediately encouraged to have a tetanus shot. But is that necessary or even advisable? What is tetanus? Tetanus is the name of a condition you get when the bacterium Clostridium tetani enters your body and flourishes with its own life cycle. The word “flourishes” is ...

Eggs & How Should We Store Them? |

Added December 21, 2013, Under: Diseases, Environment, New Moms

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What type of eggs do you buy and how do you store them? I buy locally produced free range eggs here in England from my fruit and veggie shop where I pick them out of a large tray, packing them into smaller half dozen egg boxes.  They sit for sale on a shelf with no refrigeration but sell quickly with new stock arriving every couple of days.  I store them in an African craft-made wire basket on my kitchen dresser. As ...

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