By Dr. Jenny Cretsinger
We are raised to live in fear of germs. Now, I'm not saying there isn't an obvious value in washing your hands or refraining from making out with your sick, feverish partner; but fearing germs is futile. If you try to give someone a "cold" it takes more than a virus.
Experimenters have incub … Read More
By Al Sears, MD
Does it occur to you that they're doing the same thing in Tokyo that they did in Three Mile Island?
Back in 1979 — exactly 32 years ago yesterday — they were telling everybody for the first couple of weeks not to worry. Then they told everyone to stay inside. Then they evacuated. And then they final … Read More
By Al Sears, MD
"Deep brain stimulation" is what they're calling it.
It almost sounds soothing and nice.
Did you hear about this? Scientists use electrodes to "stimulate" the brains of depressed people.
The whole thing works through surgically implanted probes in your brain that are connected to an electrical … Read More
Most pain relief medications, including over the counter pills widely available on your local grocery store shelves, have dangerous side effects. But doing nothing when you're in pain isn't an option for most folks.
That's why we're always on the lookout for new ways to safely, naturally help you get rid of pain. For … Read More
Filed Under: Arthritis
, Back Pain
, General Health
, Lower Back Pain
, Pain Cream
, Pain Relief
, Rub on Relief
, Sciatic Pain
, Upper Back Pain
Written By: February 25,2011
Are you tired of feeling tired? Have trouble keeping excess weight off? Seem to constantly battle muscle and joint aches and pains?
The problem may boil down to three words: Acid Alkaline Imbalance.
An overly acidic system is a breeding ground for disease. Premature aging, weight gain, irritable bowel syndrome, sinus pro … Read More
So one day I was doing some research for a new article about pain relief and I come across a shocking claim...
The author, Dr. Floyd Chilton claims that 30 different major diseases and health conditions are all the result of one single cause...
I know, it sounds a bit hard to believe so I did a bunch of digging and it tu … Read More
A brighter smile isn't the only reason to brush your teeth and floss regularly. Doing so may actually prevent a heart attack.
According to a study published in the Journal of Periodontology, people with periodontal (gum) disease are at a greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Scientists at the University of Lie … Read More
Many of us have experienced a dental infection before. Who can forget the pain, pressure and swelling around an abscessed tooth or cavity?
We all know our teeth are important for eating. What you may not realize is they also play a major role in your overall health. But don't count on tooth pain to clue you in to a problem. … Read More
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Joan first experienced back pain in her middle thirties. It began with mild pain sensations in her lower back. These went away after a few days of rest. But the pain came back.
This time, it was worse. Her doctor could find no specific cause of her pain. After prescribing pain-killers, he sent Joan home.
The pain-killers b … Read More