Chronic Illness

Do not leave your doctor’s office until… (part 3)

 May 3, 2013

Medical records are not created equal. Just as you, your records are unique to you and only you. Medical records are created when you receive treatment of any kind, whether it is a simple look at a mole to see if it’s ok, or if you received a dreaded diagnosis. It’s all in your records […]

Medical Researchers Discover Gene Responsible For Regular Epilepsy Type

 April 10, 2013

Medical Researchers Discover Gene Responsible For Regular Epilepsy Type Medical specialists have discovered a certain gene that is connected to the development of the most standard kind of epilepsy. This is a prime discovery because it could lead to a genetic exam for the illness. In addition, it was also suggested that the find can […]

Family Men More Likely To Succumb To Depression Without Company Of Children

 April 4, 2013

Family Men More Likely To Succumb To Depression Without Company Of Children   A surprising study conducted by British researchers discovered that men succumb to depression as much as women if they were left childless. The study also revealed that familial expectations and culture can influence a man’s decision to have kids.A researcher from Keele […]

Clandestine Information On SARS-like Virus In The Open Now

 April 2, 2013

Clandestine Information On SARS-like Virus In The Open Now A new find in terms of developing viruses may prove to be beneficial in terms of fighting deadly viral illnesses, researchers say. A distinct corona virus was recognized as the reason for harsh respiratory diseases among 14 individuals in places ranging from Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Jordan and […]

Cancer Loves Sugar. CBS 60 Minutes

 March 26, 2013

Cancer Loves Sugar. CBS 60 Minutes We have been telling our patients for decades that cancer loves sugar. There is so much scientific proof of this. Cancer cells will take up a sugar molecule immediately when introduced into the blood stream by an IV. That is the reason doctors use dextrose as the carrier in […]

Preventing Environmental Cancer Risks

 February 28, 2013

Preventing Environmental Cancer Risks If you have 25 people in a room and asked how many people knew someone who have had cancer, most likely all 25 would raise their hands. If you then asked how many in the room had a family member in the past who have had cancer, two thirds or more […]

Garlic Paste For Lung Ailments?

 February 28, 2013

Garlic Paste For Lung Ailments?   Have you ever sat down with your great grandmother or older grandmother and talked about “the good ole days”? If you never had that experience, find someone in their golden ripe years and find out how they lived when they were your age or younger. I promise you, you […]

New Cap For Brain Cancer

 February 27, 2013

New Cap For Brain Cancer   Good news! It seems there may be hope for a certain type of brain cancer called Glioblastoma. The FDA has approved a new cap device called the Novo TTF-100A. The cap produces alternating electrical currents in the brain to disrupt the rapid cell division.I have included a video you […]

Lumpy Breast

 February 26, 2013

Do you have lumpy boobs? Oops, I know that is getting a little personal, however today I want to write a little about breast care. As we all have been taught by either our mother, the doctor, the nurse, or even on the TV news, checking our breast for lumps or masses in very important. […]

Cancer Screenings Fell In The Last 10 Years

 January 16, 2013

Cancer Screenings Fell In The Last 10 Years   A study which was supported by a National Cancer Institute fellowship revealed that in the last ten years, the United States population did not meet Healthy People 2010 (HP2010), except for colorectal cancer. This was published December 27, 2012 in Frontiers in Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention. […]