Why is Shingles on the Increase? |

Added January 27, 2014, Under: Skin Conditions

  In the not too distant past, children would catch chickenpox as part of their childhood rite of passage and they would then usually be immune for the rest of their lives. The only drawback was the possibility of shingles developing later in life but this was less likely if they were in contact with their own grandchildren or other children (when they in turn had chickenpox) because such contact would mean a boost to the grandparents' own antibodies. Both chickenpox and ...


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

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

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

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 ...


Are You Suffering From Compassion Overload? |

Added January 17, 2014, Under: Environment

Since coming to live in England, I have been bombarded with TV and newspaper adverts appealing for my pity and compassion and giving me a permanent guilt trip – so much so that I have had to harden my heart because if I responded to every entreaty for “just 2 pounds” there would literally be no pounds left! Obviously, the advertising is successful otherwise the charities (and the companies that do their collecting) would soon give up. The British have a ...


Is There A Link Between Poor Nutrition and Allergies & Other Conditions? |

Added January 11, 2014, Under: Children's Health, Diets, Nutrition

Nearly everyone you meet these days would seem to be suffering from an allergy or chronic condition or has a friend or relative who is. For example, 1 in every 17 children has some type of extreme food allergy. Why is this happening and why are some conditions reaching epidemic proportions? Could it be because of poor nutrition and should we be trying to start the new year by making a concerted effort to improve our own nutrition and lifestyle habits instead ...


How to Avoid the Dangers of Being PinPointed By Criminals as a Suitable Victim |

Added January 9, 2014, Under: Health, How To, Top 10, Women's Health

I found some of this information floating around the internet and, although there is no source, I think it has enough value to make it worth sharing with you. Apparently, a group of rapists and date rapists (who were doing time in prison) were interviewed on what they look for in a potential victim. Here is what they had to say Someone with long hair - they are most likely to go after a woman with a ponytail or other hairstyle that can ...

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