Arizona Advanced Medicine Clinic
    • Frequently Asked Questions: Acupuncture

      At the Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine, our team is dedicated to bringing you the very best treatment options from alternative, traditional, and holistic medicine. Acupuncture is an ancient ...

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    • Acupuncture Can Lower Blood Pressure

      A recent study has proven that the effects of acupuncture can actually lower blood pressure for those suffering from hypertension, a condition in which the force of the blood against the artery walls ...

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    • Neurorecovery Program

      Neurorecovery program - Specifics Treatment is office based, every day for 10 ‐ 13 consecutive days (duration depending on the specific drugs you have been taking) – including Fridays and week‐ends. ‐ ...

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    • Addiction and Withdrawal are Diseases of Damaged Neurotransmitter Receptors, Not of Defective Morals.

      Neurorecovery is a program that helps those receptors heal. The hardest part is the cravings. Cravings are the need to use a drug just to stay on an even keel, to avoid the unbelievably bad sensations ...

      Read More
    • What is the Difference Between Food Allergies & Food Intolerance

      It isn’t uncommon for some people to have physical reactions to certain foods, but these reactions are frequently confused as a food allergy, rather than a food intolerance. The symptoms can be ...

      Read More
    • Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox

      Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox CNN’s Anderson Cooper did it. So did David Duncan for National Geographic. And Bill Moyers of PBS did it. All had their “body burden” tested and were dismayed ...

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    • Gluten Sensitivity, Celiac Disease, Wheat Allergy, and Cancer

      Gluten Sensitivity, Celiac Disease, Wheat Allergy, and Cancer When we think about gluten sensitivity, we immediately think about celiac disease. Scientists are finally beginning to realize what those ...

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    • A Little Teflon With Your Lipitor® and Your Chemo?

      The New York Times Magazine published an article about a corporate lawyer who took on DuPont Chemicals when he realized that perfluorochemical waste that they were dumping into a 66 acre landfill in ...

      Read More
    • State of Emergency in Flint, Michigan After Children Poisoned With Lead from Tap Water

      By Nicolas Peters, MD It is almost too horrible to be true. In an effort to save money, Flint, Michigan switched its water supply from Detroit to the Flint River in April 2014. Not only did the river ...

      Read More
    • Autism Treatments - Scam? Or Hope For The Future?

      I just read an another article debunking most of the “alternative” or “biological” therapies, functional medicine, in short, saying that for children with autism these therapies are a scam, expensive ...

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    • Vaxxed - A Film Review

      An Autism Media Channel Film, directed by Andrew Wakefield & Produced by Del Bigtree. This film had been pulled from the Tribeca Festival in New York at the end of March. The Tribeca Film Festival was ...

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    • Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox

      Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox CNN’s Anderson Cooper did it. So did David Duncan for National Geographic. And Bill Moyers of PBS did it. All had their “body burden” tested and were dismayed ...

      Read More
    • Neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme disease - Part III

      How is Lyme disease diagnosed? Method of diagnosis depends on whether you follow the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) recommendations [1] or the International Lyme and Associated Diseases ...

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    • Neurorecovery Program

      Neurorecovery program - Specifics Treatment is office based, every day for 10 ‐ 13 consecutive days (duration depending on the specific drugs you have been taking) – including Fridays and week‐ends. ‐ ...

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    • Neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme disease - Part II

      How do I know if I have Lyme disease? Could it be something else? Or am I just crazy? Is Lyme disease the “disease du jour”, as some have termed it? “I don’t know what is wrong with me, therefore I ...

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    • Nutritional Therapy & Chemotherapy: Supporting Stronger Recoveries

      Many, many cancer patients struggle with gastrointestinal symptoms during their treatment. Chemotherapy can be exceedingly hard on the body, and often the associated gastrointestinal problems, such as ...

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    • Frequently Asked Questions About IPT-LD

      The American Standard of Care considers IPT to be an "experimental” therapy, and therefore not “medically necessary,” despite the fact that IPT has been in use for more than 70 years, and is used as a ...

      Read More
    • Integrative Cancer Care

      Chemo, surgery, radiation - this is the mantra of current recommendations for cancer therapy. Treatment options on the website of the Mayo Clinic, “the most innovative, progressive care anywhere” are ...

      Read More
    • State of Emergency in Flint, Michigan After Children Poisoned With Lead from Tap Water

      By Nicolas Peters, MD It is almost too horrible to be true. In an effort to save money, Flint, Michigan switched its water supply from Detroit to the Flint River in April 2014. Not only did the river ...

      Read More
    • Chelation Therapy for Heart Disease

      Chelation Therapy: Unproven Claims and Unsound Theories according to the Quackwatch naysayer. Alternative Heart Treatment Moving Into the Mainstream according to a Newsmax Health report published ...

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    • Chelation Therapy for Heavy Metals and Heart Disease – The Natural Solution

      Chelation therapy: (pronounced Key-LAY-Shun) is derived from the Greek word chele meaning claw of a crab. It refers to how a chelating agent grabs onto an electrically-charged mineral ion such as ...

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    • Nutritional Therapy & Chemotherapy: Supporting Stronger Recoveries

      Many, many cancer patients struggle with gastrointestinal symptoms during their treatment. Chemotherapy can be exceedingly hard on the body, and often the associated gastrointestinal problems, such as ...

      Read More
    • Integrative Cancer Care

      Chemo, surgery, radiation - this is the mantra of current recommendations for cancer therapy. Treatment options on the website of the Mayo Clinic, “the most innovative, progressive care anywhere” are ...

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    • Metronomic Therapy

      Another Option for Cancer Treatment Tumors are a lot like parasites, and even a little bit like babies, in that they grow and develop in the human body, and are not rejected as foreign by the immune ...

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    • Use Of Statin Drugs To Lower Cholesterol

      Common knowledge has it that “having high cholesterol can increase your risk of heart disease… High cholesterol can cause atherosclerosis, a dangerous accumulation of cholesterol and other deposits on ...

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    • A Little Teflon With Your Lipitor® and Your Chemo?

      The New York Times Magazine published an article about a corporate lawyer who took on DuPont Chemicals when he realized that perfluorochemical waste that they were dumping into a 66 acre landfill in ...

      Read More
    • Juicing - Why and How

      Juicing – Why and how Juicing is often referred to as a “juice cleanse”. People juice for many different reasons. For most of us, we start juicing when we are feeling ill and when easier measures (of ...

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    • Neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme disease - Part III

      How is Lyme disease diagnosed? Method of diagnosis depends on whether you follow the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) recommendations [1] or the International Lyme and Associated Diseases ...

      Read More
    • Neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme disease - Part II

      How do I know if I have Lyme disease? Could it be something else? Or am I just crazy? Is Lyme disease the “disease du jour”, as some have termed it? “I don’t know what is wrong with me, therefore I ...

      Read More
    • Neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme Disease Part I

      “Doctor, I can’t go on like this. I would rather be dead than live a lifetime with this anxiety and depression, feeling as terrible as I do. Everyone tells me I am crazy – they look at me as though I ...

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    • Clostridium difficile Infection in the 21st Century – Part II

      We know that C diff infection is a big problem in healthcare settings – hospitals, nursing homes, other forms of care homes – because those who are most vulnerable to the effects of the infection are ...

      Read More
    • Clostridium Difficile Infection in the 21st Century - Part I

      Definition of Clostridium difficile infection : CDI is defined by the presence of symptoms (usually diarrhea and/or pain and huge dilatation of the colon – called toxic megacolon) and laboratory ...

      Read More
    • Statins for diabetics?

      2015 guidelines from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommend a statin (cholesterol-lowering) drug for almost everyone with diabetes. The 2018 guidelines from the American Diabetes ...

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    • Nutritional Therapy & Chemotherapy: Supporting Stronger Recoveries

      Many, many cancer patients struggle with gastrointestinal symptoms during their treatment. Chemotherapy can be exceedingly hard on the body, and often the associated gastrointestinal problems, such as ...

      Read More
    • Post Concussion Syndrome, Chronic "Mild" Traumatic Brain Injury

      Post Concussion Syndrome, Chronic “Mild” Traumatic Brain Injury Incidence According to the Centers for Disease Control statistics1, 1.4 million people in the United States sustain a traumatic brain ...

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    • Supplements - Friend or Foe?

      Rekha V Shah, MD, MD(H) There is so much contradictory information in the media, it is easy to become confused about the value of vitamins, minerals and other supplements. We hear multivitamins are ...

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    • A Little Teflon With Your Lipitor® and Your Chemo?

      The New York Times Magazine published an article about a corporate lawyer who took on DuPont Chemicals when he realized that perfluorochemical waste that they were dumping into a 66 acre landfill in ...

      Read More
    • Avoiding Exposure to Chemicals

      Christmas is a time of reflection on the year gone by, celebration of new beginnings, and feasting. How often we say: “Well, I went off my diet during the holidays.” We are immersed in a chemical ...

      Read More
    • Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox

      Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox CNN’s Anderson Cooper did it. So did David Duncan for National Geographic. And Bill Moyers of PBS did it. All had their “body burden” tested and were dismayed ...

      Read More
  • FAQ
    • Is Medicine a Profession or a Business?

      A recent article in the free journal published by MedScape poses that question. My instinctive reaction was to pull back in alarm. “Profession” means an occupation which requires a certain number of ...

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    • Frequently Asked Questions About IPT-LD

      The American Standard of Care considers IPT to be an "experimental” therapy, and therefore not “medically necessary,” despite the fact that IPT has been in use for more than 70 years, and is used as a ...

      Read More
    • Neurorecovery Program

      Neurorecovery program - Specifics Treatment is office based, every day for 10 ‐ 13 consecutive days (duration depending on the specific drugs you have been taking) – including Fridays and week‐ends. ‐ ...

      Read More
    • State of Emergency in Flint, Michigan After Children Poisoned With Lead from Tap Water

      By Nicolas Peters, MD It is almost too horrible to be true. In an effort to save money, Flint, Michigan switched its water supply from Detroit to the Flint River in April 2014. Not only did the river ...

      Read More
    • Nutritional Therapy & Chemotherapy: Supporting Stronger Recoveries

      Many, many cancer patients struggle with gastrointestinal symptoms during their treatment. Chemotherapy can be exceedingly hard on the body, and often the associated gastrointestinal problems, such as ...

      Read More
    • Integrative Cancer Care

      Chemo, surgery, radiation - this is the mantra of current recommendations for cancer therapy. Treatment options on the website of the Mayo Clinic, “the most innovative, progressive care anywhere” are ...

      Read More
    • What is the Difference Between Food Allergies & Food Intolerance

      It isn’t uncommon for some people to have physical reactions to certain foods, but these reactions are frequently confused as a food allergy, rather than a food intolerance. The symptoms can be ...

      Read More
    • Neurorecovery Program

      Neurorecovery program - Specifics Treatment is office based, every day for 10 ‐ 13 consecutive days (duration depending on the specific drugs you have been taking) – including Fridays and week‐ends. ‐ ...

      Read More
    • The Effect of Obesity on Health

      I just attended a seminar – the 6 th Annual Southwest Diabetes Symposium” sponsored by a large number of pharmaceutical companies including Eli Lilly and Boehringer-Ingelheim – on the treatment of ...

      Read More
    • What Does Magnesium Deficiency Mean for Your Health?

      Magnesium is a crucial electrolyte that aids in proper nerve, muscle, and enzyme function. It helps the body use energy and is important for moving potassium and sodium in and out of cells. It also is ...

      Read More
    • Nature vs. Nurture: What Causes Cancer in Children?

      By Nicolas Peters, MD Once a parent hears those four horrible words, “Your child has cancer,” and the shock has set in, one of the first questions I hear is “Why did my child get cancer?” That ...

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    • Playing Genetic Roulette - Our Food and Our Genes

      There is a battle going on in this country, between food producers, food manufacturers (now there's a scary term!) and food eaters. The fight is about genetically modified foods, and has mainly to do ...

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    • Whoops! The Legacy of Genetically Engineered Food

      By Mary Budinger Published in Townsend Letter October, 2010 The history of genetically engineered (GE) crops reads like a series of unintended consequences. Whoops, the wind blew that GE seed into the ...

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    • 6 Things You Should Know About Irritable Bowel Syndrome

      Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a much more common condition than many people are aware. Affecting over 200,000 people each year, IBS is an intestinal disorder causing constipation, bloating, diarrhea, ...

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    • MSG - Monosodium Glutamate - and Colon Cancer Stem Cells

      An article published in the journal Nature reports that intestinal stem cell activity is regulated by Calcium signaling. [1] Dietary l-glutamate stimulates intestinal stem cell division and growth by ...

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    • Probiotics for the Common Cold?

      By Nicolas Peters, MD Many people have heard about using probiotics for stomach and intestine problems and, in fact, several studies have shown them to be effective in children for treating viral ...

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    • Dannon and GMO-Free - How Did it Take so Long to Reach Our Ears?

      A press release from Dannon Food Company in April 2016 reads: “ Dannon commits to bring all products from three flagship brands (Dannon®, Oikos® and Danimals®) towards the use of fewer and more ...

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    • Genetically Modified Foods and Pesticides. Are they as safe as we are told? Where do our Presidential candidates stand?

      On March 23, 2015, the World Health Organization declared glyphosate to be linked to development of cancer in both animals and human. Glyphosate is the principal ingredient in Monsanto’s RoundUp®, ...

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    • GMO Foods Q & A

      Over 60 countries have banned GMOs, Why? Why haven’t we banned them in the U.S? Do you think we should ban them? Why? Do you think consumers understand what a GMO is? What foods have the most GMOs in ...

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    • Can Tick Bites Cause Heart Disease?

      Those who hike often know to check themselves for deer ticks after every outing. Deer ticks (or blacklegged or bear ticks) are small, bloodsucking parasites that attach themselves to various animals. ...

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    • Gluten Sensitivity, Celiac Disease, Wheat Allergy, and Cancer

      Gluten Sensitivity, Celiac Disease, Wheat Allergy, and Cancer When we think about gluten sensitivity, we immediately think about celiac disease. Scientists are finally beginning to realize what those ...

      Read More
    • Chelation Therapy for Heart Disease

      Chelation Therapy: Unproven Claims and Unsound Theories according to the Quackwatch naysayer. Alternative Heart Treatment Moving Into the Mainstream according to a Newsmax Health report published ...

      Read More
    • Mercury-Free Dentistry Week

      To acknowledge this Mercury-free dentistry week, Joseph Mercola MD just published an interview with Charlie Brown, the president of Consumers for Dental Choice and former Attorney General of West ...

      Read More
    • Chelation Therapy for Heavy Metals and Heart Disease – The Natural Solution

      Chelation therapy: (pronounced Key-LAY-Shun) is derived from the Greek word chele meaning claw of a crab. It refers to how a chelating agent grabs onto an electrically-charged mineral ion such as ...

      Read More
    • Homeopathic and Integrative Medicine in Arizona

      Different from Integrative Medicine in other states of the Union. Most doctors consider Integrative Medicine to be the same thing as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) – i.e. the use of a ...

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    • FTC Enforcement Policy Statement on Homeopathic Remedies

      “Efficacy and Safety Claims Are Held to Same Standard as Other OTC Drug Claims.” On November 15, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission announced a new "Enforcement Policy Statement on Marketing Claims ...

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    • Homeopathic Medicine Under Fire... Again

      We must be doing something right in the world of healing medicine, if the pharmaceutical world is so determined to "prove" through emotional language that homeopathy is invalid. The lowest form of ...

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    • Disability Benefits & Lyme Disease

      If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with Lyme disease , this condition may cause you to stop working because of the disease’s complications. If you know that you will be too sick to work for ...

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    • The High and Hidden Cost of Insurance

      Did you ever grumble to yourself: “My insurance won’t let me…” buy this drug, have this procedures, do this test? Did that seem unusual to you? Do insurance companies typically practice medicine? No. ...

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    • Health Insurance Costs Continue to Rise

      Shelley Heinley, Patient Coordinator and Martha M Grout, MD, MD(H) The Huffington Post reports on September 29th, 2015, that the hypothetical costs of health insurance for a family of four with ...

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    • Chemotherapy In The Real World Leads To Increased Rates of Hospitalization

      This is the conclusion reached in an article published in JAMA Oncology in September 2015. No mention is made of nutritional status or lifestyle habits in the article, only of rate of hospitalization. ...

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    • Threatened by Madrid, Catalonia Referendum Is Game of Cat and Mouse

      When I read this article in the NY Times, [1] the sentence that struck me the hardest was from a message taped on a wall in Arenys de Munt, a town that held the first straw poll on independence in ...

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    • Homeopathic and Integrative Medicine in Arizona

      Different from Integrative Medicine in other states of the Union. Most doctors consider Integrative Medicine to be the same thing as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) – i.e. the use of a ...

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    • Are Patients the Collateral Damage of a Decline in Physician Job Satisfaction?

      The headline in the New York Times reports that Kaiser Permanente, based in California, is planning to add a medical school to its already huge health system. [1] Why in the world would an insurance ...

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    • Integrative Cancer Care

      Chemo, surgery, radiation - this is the mantra of current recommendations for cancer therapy. Treatment options on the website of the Mayo Clinic, “the most innovative, progressive care anywhere” are ...

      Read More
    • Frequently Asked Questions About IPT-LD

      The American Standard of Care considers IPT to be an "experimental” therapy, and therefore not “medically necessary,” despite the fact that IPT has been in use for more than 70 years, and is used as a ...

      Read More
    • Insulin Potentiation Chemotherapy in the News?

      This excellent article on cancer and sugar appeared in the New York Times Magazine recently. The author talks about the Warburg effect, and points out that cancer cells begin their lives damaged – ...

      Read More
    • Frequently Asked Questions About IPT-LD

      The American Standard of Care considers IPT to be an "experimental” therapy, and therefore not “medically necessary,” despite the fact that IPT has been in use for more than 70 years, and is used as a ...

      Read More
    • Integrative Cancer Care

      Chemo, surgery, radiation - this is the mantra of current recommendations for cancer therapy. Treatment options on the website of the Mayo Clinic, “the most innovative, progressive care anywhere” are ...

      Read More
    • Insulin Potentiation Chemotherapy in the News?

      This excellent article on cancer and sugar appeared in the New York Times Magazine recently. The author talks about the Warburg effect, and points out that cancer cells begin their lives damaged – ...

      Read More
    • How to Avoid Rapid Weight Gain While Enjoying Your Vacation

      Although summer vacation is coming to an end, I am sure many of us have future vacations we are already daydreaming about. I recently went on an amazing cruise to Jamaica (Jamaica mon!) and it got me ...

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    • Being Healthy on Vacation

      Although summer vacation is coming to an end, I am sure many of us have future vacations we are already daydreaming about. I recently went on an amazing cruise to Jamaica (Jamaica mon!) and it got me ...

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    • Rethink your Drink

      We are in the midst of summer and it is hot, hot, hot! With this heat comes thirst, and many of us are apt to reach for a cold soda or Gatorade to quench that thirst; but, could this be making us even ...

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    • State of Emergency in Flint, Michigan After Children Poisoned With Lead from Tap Water

      By Nicolas Peters, MD It is almost too horrible to be true. In an effort to save money, Flint, Michigan switched its water supply from Detroit to the Flint River in April 2014. Not only did the river ...

      Read More
    • FDA Recommends 200 MG Doxycycline Per Day For 5 To 7 Days Only For Treatment Of Lyme Disease

      MedImpact , an independent, trend-focused pharmacy benefit manager (PBM), is the nation's largest privately held PBM, serving health plans, self-funded employers and government entities. [i] A letter ...

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    • Lyme Disease 2017 - the year in review

      Search the Web for Lyme Disease information, and plenty of articles come up about new ways of diagnosing the disease, along with information on how to prevent it (mostly by not allowing ticks to come ...

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    • Neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme disease - Part III

      How is Lyme disease diagnosed? Method of diagnosis depends on whether you follow the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) recommendations [1] or the International Lyme and Associated Diseases ...

      Read More
    • What Does Magnesium Deficiency Mean for Your Health?

      Magnesium is a crucial electrolyte that aids in proper nerve, muscle, and enzyme function. It helps the body use energy and is important for moving potassium and sodium in and out of cells. It also is ...

      Read More
    • Post Concussion Syndrome, Chronic "Mild" Traumatic Brain Injury

      Post Concussion Syndrome, Chronic “Mild” Traumatic Brain Injury Incidence According to the Centers for Disease Control statistics1, 1.4 million people in the United States sustain a traumatic brain ...

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    • 2009 Lyme-Induced Autism Conference

      Report from the Lyme-Induced Autism Conference of 2009 Published in Explore! For the Professional September, 2009 Reprinted with permission of author By Mary Budinger A toxic soup of heavy metals, EMF ...

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    • Symptoms of Testicular Cancer

      Testicular cancer starts when healthy cells in a testicle change and develop in an uncontrollable fashion, resulting in a cancerous tumor being formed. This type of mass is malignant and capable of ...

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    • Prostate – The Most Troublesome Gland

      The prostate gland completely surrounds the urethra, making it the single most troublesome gland of the male reproductive system. When the prostate becomes enlarged, as it tends to do as early as age ...

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    • Erectile Dysfunction

      If you’ve ever told a doctor you had erectile dysfunction, did the doctor talk to you about cardiovascular disease or diabetes? Erectile dysfunction, ED, is more than just a bedroom frustration. ED is ...

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    • Mercury-Free Dentistry Week

      To acknowledge this Mercury-free dentistry week, Joseph Mercola MD just published an interview with Charlie Brown, the president of Consumers for Dental Choice and former Attorney General of West ...

      Read More
    • State of Emergency in Flint, Michigan After Children Poisoned With Lead from Tap Water

      By Nicolas Peters, MD It is almost too horrible to be true. In an effort to save money, Flint, Michigan switched its water supply from Detroit to the Flint River in April 2014. Not only did the river ...

      Read More
    • Study Links Autism Risk to Distance from Power Plants, Other Mercury-Releasing Sources

      News release of Thu 24-Apr-2008 from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, http://www.newswise.com/articles/view/540091/?sc=dwhr Research led by Raymond Palmer, Ph.D., of The ...

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    • Clostridium difficile Infection in the 21st Century – Part II

      We know that C diff infection is a big problem in healthcare settings – hospitals, nursing homes, other forms of care homes – because those who are most vulnerable to the effects of the infection are ...

      Read More
    • Clostridium Difficile Infection in the 21st Century - Part I

      Definition of Clostridium difficile infection : CDI is defined by the presence of symptoms (usually diarrhea and/or pain and huge dilatation of the colon – called toxic megacolon) and laboratory ...

      Read More
    • Neurorecovery Program

      Neurorecovery program - Specifics Treatment is office based, every day for 10 ‐ 13 consecutive days (duration depending on the specific drugs you have been taking) – including Fridays and week‐ends. ‐ ...

      Read More
    • Addiction and Withdrawal are Diseases of Damaged Neurotransmitter Receptors, Not of Defective Morals.

      Neurorecovery is a program that helps those receptors heal. The hardest part is the cravings. Cravings are the need to use a drug just to stay on an even keel, to avoid the unbelievably bad sensations ...

      Read More
    • Martha Grout, MS - 10th April 2019

      Dr. Martha Grout has extensive training and experience in all styles of medicine and puts much weight on attaining good gut health. She does extensive blood, urine, and functional testing to evaluate ...

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    • Neurorecovery Program

      Neurorecovery program - Specifics Treatment is office based, every day for 10 ‐ 13 consecutive days (duration depending on the specific drugs you have been taking) – including Fridays and week‐ends. ‐ ...

      Read More
    • Threatened by Madrid, Catalonia Referendum Is Game of Cat and Mouse

      When I read this article in the NY Times, [1] the sentence that struck me the hardest was from a message taped on a wall in Arenys de Munt, a town that held the first straw poll on independence in ...

      Read More
    • The Effect of Obesity on Health

      I just attended a seminar – the 6 th Annual Southwest Diabetes Symposium” sponsored by a large number of pharmaceutical companies including Eli Lilly and Boehringer-Ingelheim – on the treatment of ...

      Read More
    • A Little Teflon With Your Lipitor® and Your Chemo?

      The New York Times Magazine published an article about a corporate lawyer who took on DuPont Chemicals when he realized that perfluorochemical waste that they were dumping into a 66 acre landfill in ...

      Read More
    • Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox

      Body Burden and Chronic Disease and Detox CNN’s Anderson Cooper did it. So did David Duncan for National Geographic. And Bill Moyers of PBS did it. All had their “body burden” tested and were dismayed ...

      Read More
    • Avoiding Exposure to Chemicals

      Christmas is a time of reflection on the year gone by, celebration of new beginnings, and feasting. How often we say: “Well, I went off my diet during the holidays.” We are immersed in a chemical ...

      Read More
    • FOOD 201 - Is Organic Really Better?

      Despite the economic downturn that began in 2008, the organic food sector continued to grow. Perhaps an ancient instinct to protect our children is causing more parents to spend a little extra on ...

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    • 4 Things You Can Do to Prevent Osteoporosis

      Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile due to a loss of tissues. This can be caused by a vitamin D deficiency, hormonal changes, or other causes, and the result is ...

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    • Hip Implants Replaced with Stem Cell Cartilage

      New research from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests cartilage grown from stem cells could be used to replace hip implants. Currently, traditional hip replacement ...

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    • Autism Treatments - Scam? Or Hope For The Future?

      I just read an another article debunking most of the “alternative” or “biological” therapies, functional medicine, in short, saying that for children with autism these therapies are a scam, expensive ...

      Read More
    • Discussing Cancer with Your Children

      When parents are diagnosed with cancer , one of the most difficult things to do afterwards is inform their children about the situation. They may feel consumed with their own thoughts and fears enough ...

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    • Childhood Cancers

      Many people are not aware of the extent of childhood cancers in our country. More than 40,000 children undergo cancer treatment each year in the US. 1 in 5 will not respond to first-line standard ...

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    • Statins for diabetics?

      2015 guidelines from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommend a statin (cholesterol-lowering) drug for almost everyone with diabetes. The 2018 guidelines from the American Diabetes ...

      Read More
    • Using the Body's Stem Cells to Treat Multiple Sclerosis

      While medicine that can help the body heal itself only appears to be science fiction, an approach involving stem cells is now under proper assessment as a possible treatment for multiple sclerosis ...

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    • Stem Cell Used to Treat Paralysis Caused by Spina Bifida

      According to new research from UC Davis Health System , the lower-limb paralysis associated with spina bifida may be treated prior to birth through a combination of unique stem cell therapy with ...

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    • Evidence Points to Stem Cell Therapy Helping Spinal Cord Paralysis

      According to a recent experimental stem cell therapy treatment developed by Asterias Biotherapeutics, stem cell therapy may be helping patients with spinal cord paralysis regain some motor functions ...

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    • Using the Body's Stem Cells to Treat Multiple Sclerosis

      While medicine that can help the body heal itself only appears to be science fiction, an approach involving stem cells is now under proper assessment as a possible treatment for multiple sclerosis ...

      Read More
    • Stem Cell Used to Treat Paralysis Caused by Spina Bifida

      According to new research from UC Davis Health System , the lower-limb paralysis associated with spina bifida may be treated prior to birth through a combination of unique stem cell therapy with ...

      Read More
    • Evidence Points to Stem Cell Therapy Helping Spinal Cord Paralysis

      According to a recent experimental stem cell therapy treatment developed by Asterias Biotherapeutics, stem cell therapy may be helping patients with spinal cord paralysis regain some motor functions ...

      Read More
    • Thermography for Breast Cancer Screening and More - Valid Technique? Or Another Scam?

      “OCTOBER SPECIAL RATES” in honor of breast cancer awareness month . 30% off our usual low rate on all tests done in October. In 2014 we read the following description of breast thermography: ...

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    • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Thermography or Mammography?

      Image courtesy of MediTherm Mammography has really been taking significant hits recently. More than half of cancer-free women will be summoned back for further testing after a mammogram shows a false ...

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    • October - Breast Cancer Awareness - Consider Thermography

      For all those who doubt the validity of thermography, here is a reference to a well-designed study published in the American Journal of Surgery, a mainstream publication, that should provide some ...

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    • On Vaccine Safety and Efficacy

      National Nurses Week allows me to reflect upon and embrace the responsibility that comes with being part of a cohort the public endorses as most honest profession 17 years in a row. In my opinion a ...

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    • Did the Vaccine Do It?

      A well-written article published on GreenMedInfo describes a child who was given the MMR vaccine at the age of 18 months, and after a short life filled with adverse neurologic events eventually died ...

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    • Vaxxed - A Film Review

      An Autism Media Channel Film, directed by Andrew Wakefield & Produced by Del Bigtree. This film had been pulled from the Tribeca Festival in New York at the end of March. The Tribeca Film Festival was ...

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