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Could this new drug be the key against heart disease?

Posted by on Nov 18, 2016 in heart, medication, research, stress | Comments Off on Could this new drug be the key against heart disease?

Can a new drug protect you against heart disease better than aspirin What if i told you doing good can also lower depression and heal quick too New Drug just as good or better than aspirin to protect against heart disease. Better health and a longer life by Kisten Finello Woman’s Day Dec. 1, 2009 “Doing good is actually good for you,” says Robert Grimm, director of research and policy development for the Corporation for National and Community Service in Washington, DC. “People who volunteer regularly-an hour or two a week-tend to live longer, have lower rates of depression and recover more quickly from illness.” In fact, states with high volunteerism have lower rates of mortality and incidences of heart disease. Just how powerful is this health payoff? “Doing good deeds protects overall health twice as much as aspirin...

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75 to 90% of all MD visits don’t require what for your problem?

Posted by on Nov 4, 2016 in adjustment, headache, medication, pain, stress | Comments Off on 75 to 90% of all MD visits don’t require what for your problem?

Take drugs for you minor ache and pains and you notice the problem is still there. Maybe the MD’s should refer you to chiropractic and get to the root of the problem, drug free option. Did you know that between 75% to 90% of all visits to the medical doctor don’t require any drugs at all? You already knew that, didn’t you? Deep down in your heart you sensed your body could heal itself, if you just knew how. But that’s not the bad news. The really bad news is American medical doctors are not equipped to help you. They try their best. But because they utilize a biochemical model of the body, all they can offer you are drugs like Vicadin, Prozac, Lipitor, and Celebrex. Now don’t get me wrong. Medical doctors are AWESOME at a lot of...

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Be careful with these food additives

Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in detox, medication, nutrition | Comments Off on Be careful with these food additives

12 Food additives or preservative that should be avoided. They can be associated with high blood pressure, cancer, diarrhea and some are neuro toxins If you’re like most people, you probably try to eat healthy and pay attention to some of the ingredients that are in foods. Here’s a quick checklist of 12 food additives that should either be avoided completely or eaten in moderation to maintain optimal health. These assessments are by MSN Health and Fitness.  My comments are in parenthesis. Sodium Nitrate (also called Sodium Nitrite) This is a preservative, coloring, and flavoring commonly added to bacon, ham, hot dogs, luncheon meats, smoked fish, and corned beef. Studies have linked eating it to various types of cancer. (You can buy bacon and other meats that don’t contain sodium nitrite in it at the grocery store!) BHA and...

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Drugs – Pills and Society and Children

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in children, medication | Comments Off on Drugs – Pills and Society and Children

From birth until death we are on medication. Instead of running to a bottle of pills, why not teach our children about natural health I’ve got an interesting article for you today called “Drugs and Society and Children.”    Enjoy.   From birth until death we are on medication.  If we want to have a child, we take a drug.  If we want to prevent conception we take a drug.  If we do have a child and there is pain during labor, there is a drug for that too.    When a child, a perfect creation of God, is born, we automatically stick needles in their arm and pump them full of debatably harmful vaccines because we are afraid they will catch a deadly or paralyzing disease. (i’m not an anti vaccine doctor.)  When the child goes to school, if he doesn’t...

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Warning For Tylenol acetaminophen Users

Posted by on Jul 15, 2015 in medication, research, trauma, vitamins | Comments Off on Warning For Tylenol acetaminophen Users

Tylenol , acetaminophen , is in a lot of different drugs Short term use can still cause signs of liver damage. Do you  take Tylenol when you have pain? If so, the next time you reach for your bottle of Tylenol, consider this: There is evidence that many people who take maximum doses of this over the counter pain reliever had abnormal livers. In other words, taking Tylenol as recommended on the bottle can create problems with your liver. In the study, 40% of participants showed signs of liver damage after just two weeks. Tylenol users 40% of participants showed signs of liver damage after just two weeks Click To Tweet Also, the leading ingredient in Tylenol is acetaminophen, and researchers warned that it’s easy to take more than the maximum daily amount of acetaminophen because its found in...

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acetaminophen is ineffective for low back pain new study says

Posted by on Jun 6, 2015 in benefits, medication, research | Comments Off on acetaminophen is ineffective for low back pain new study says

Study shows acetaminophen for low back pain has only minimal benefits Osteoarthritis, or as some call it old age arthritis , of the knee and spine were the object of this study. My SUMMARY: paracetamol (acetaminophen) is ineffective in the treatment of low back pain and provides minimal short term benefit for people with osteoarthritis.  The following is the abstract of the article.   Efficacy and safety of paracetamol acetaminophen for spinal pain and osteoarthritis: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised placebo controlled trials BMJ 2015; 350 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.h1225 (Published 31 March 2015) Cite this as: BMJ 2015;350:h1225 Abstract Objective To investigate the efficacy and safety of paracetamol (acetaminophen) in the management of spinal pain and osteoarthritis of the hip or knee. Design Systematic review and meta-analysis. Data sources Medline, Embase, AMED, CINAHL, Web of Science, LILACS, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts,...

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