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What’s the Deal With Burdock Root

Posted on November 29, 2018

Arctium, or better known as burdock, is a flowering plant that has been a major part of various cultures for more than hundreds of years. Its root is known in Japan as gobo and used in their cuisine. The North America Iroquois tribe dried and preserved the root for food during the winter. The burdock […]

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Immunotherapy

Posted on November 28, 2018

Immunotherapy, sometimes called biologic therapy, has been a game changer for many types of cancer. This might actually improve your life and extend your years longer than with other treatments. With allergies, you might have gotten allergy shots. With each shot they provided a very small amount of the allergen, which was the thing that […]

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Toxic Teethers

Posted on November 27, 2018

An industrial grade chemical used in epoxy resins, known as bisphenol A (BPA), is a protective lining of some food and beverage cans. They believe this makes a product safer and easier to use, but the chemical has actually demonstrated significant side effects that damage your health. This chemical was discovered in the 1890’s and […]

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Causes of High White Blood Cell Count

Posted on November 25, 2018

As I always tell our patients at New Hope Unlimited, our immune system is an amazing thing! Vital components of the blood are the white blood cells. They fight infection and are essential for our health and well being. It may indicate an infection if a person has a high white blood cell count. The […]

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Our Toxic Roads

Posted on November 23, 2018

  The new coal-tar pavement or sealant that is laid on a driveway, street, parking or playground lot is something you’ve probably smelled many times. We have all wondered about the toxicity of the horrible smelling stuff. It is toxic as it contains polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). A study recently released by the U.S. Geological […]

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What Causes Sleepiness When Ill?

Posted on November 20, 2018

Every time a human or an animal is sick, they become fatigued and sleepy. Researchers are using a microscopic roundworm that’s providing an explanation of how that all occurs. According to a study from the researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, they reveal, by a study published in eLife, […]

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Importance of Location of Colon Cancer

Posted on November 18, 2018

Robert Preidt recently submitted an article on the importance of where your colon cancer is located. This can affect a patient’s chances for survival, according to a new report. There are so-called left-sided and right-sided colon cancers, and an oncologist who reviewed the findings explains. Dr. David Bernstein, chief of hepatology at Northwell Health in […]

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Friendship Not Money

Posted on November 16, 2018

It seems that people nowadays, in their quest for happiness, are putting all their efforts into material possessions, rather than what really matters most. Money can buy a lot of “things” but what about love, good health and good relationships? Aren’t those more important for our mental health? A study was conducted entitled the new […]

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What’s More Important in Your Life?

Posted on November 14, 2018

For some people the most important thing in their life is cultivating the ability to help people be happy, and to relieve some of them of the suffering they might be experiencing. Leaving each person that you interact with a little bit better off than the way you initially found them, is an aspiration in […]

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Early Removal of Ovaries

Posted on November 11, 2018

The University of Warwick has found through a study that there is a link between the removal of ovaries during hysterectomy and an increase in heart disease, cancer and premature death. This is the largest study of this kind conducted on the subject and covered a 10-year period comparing women who were treated for a benign […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon