Is Botox® Safe? Does Botox® cures depression? It’s a headline from the Huffington Post, so it must be true, right? (joke) In fact, the spin-doctors, manufacturing junk truths, have gone as far as suggesting that Botox® will solve Alzheimer’s. I mean…. How nuts does it get? “It’s just another brain problem, so it surely must help,” […]

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    The importance of sleep is something that can make me a little preachy. There are many reasons it tops my list of free things you can do right now to improve your mental and physical health. Getting enough sleep is critical to every cell in your body and one of the biggest connections is between […]

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    This piece is proving extremely popular and people are copying and circulating it already. Please feel free to share it but leave my byline in place! We have many codes of behavior. Mostly interdicts (things that are restricted or forbidden). We have lists of priorities. But what about a code of delight? Should we not […]

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    Healthcare is a business. A lucrative one. Around the globe, major corporations hold the lives of billions in their hands and make decisions based solely on their bottom line. When that business model affects your quality of life and length of life, you need to be concerned. Now, more than ever in human history, you […]

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    Here’s the truth about supplements: Even taking healthy supplements can be a bother. I had one patient with severe depression who, unaccountably, felt really low when she took a particular multi-vitamin formula. It was a good mix, I took it myself at the time. But it came to light this patient was severely allergic to […]

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    Your emotional state affects your health before, during, and after a disease diagnosis. How you think, how you feel, how you go through life changes you on the cellular level. Emotions and cancer are far more linked than mainstream scientists and conventional doctors would have you believe. Despite scores of studies showing the connection between […]

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    Despite the continued controversy and dangers of statins, it remains the number one prescribed class of drugs in the Western world. A headline that caught my eye over the Christmas break was Survival Up, Complications Down With Perioperative Statins at Noncardiac Surgery. Sounds promising. Maybe these things do work better than I think? Maybe not! […]

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    Another year is coming to an end and it’s time to take stock.  How did you do in 2016 in regards to your health and happiness?  What grade would you give yourself? If you’re like many, you might have started strong with some New Year’s resolutions that covered all the bases.  Financial goals, weight loss […]

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    Truth Is The Greatest Gift of Knowledge

    It’s Christmas! [Do I have to pay Noddy Holder for saying that?] Time for me to offer you a gift; a gift of KNOWLEDGE. He’s Noddy But Nice! Noddy Holder MBE is an English musician and actor. He was the lead vocalist and guitarist of 1970s highly-successful English glam rock band Slade. Their biggest hit […]

    The Drama and Trauma – Understanding Emotions and Cancer

    The psychology of cancer is as complex as it is misunderstood. The mainstream scientific community has finally begun to examine the link between emotions and cancer but their overall opinion is still that emotions don’t matter. Nothing could be further from the truth. Psychological Stress and High Risk Behavior All of us have some form […]

    Supposed Gravity Theory Leaves Natural Medicine Unscathed

    Medicine Beyond un-assailed in its powerful wisdom! (Beyond the so-called laws of physics.) Some of you like conspiracies, I know. You want conspiracy? Here’s the biggest conspiracy of all time. It’s called physics. It’s laughable. Science long ago gave up looking for facts and finding explanations. Now they invent theories and, when evidence is lacking, […]

    Antibiotic Overuse May Make You More Allergy Prone

    When you were a child, germs were all lumped together. All you knew, all your parents knew was that they were bad for you. Whatever you went for – a cough, a sore throat, ear pain, a cut – you were given antibiotics. Antibiotic overuse wasn’t known back then. We now know that all bacteria […]

    Men and Mental Health – Is Being A Man A Disease?

    Obvious womens’ jokes aside, it appears that idiot scientists are trying to project maleness as a health problem! According to a recent piece from that sanctuary of news and truth CBS News, a research review on men and mental health suggests that men who have “playboy” attitudes and believe in male dominance over women may […]

    Certain Fats Increase Diabetes Risk Factors in Women

    For decades, “fats” have been portrayed as the villain in human health. Science has now proven (again) that some fats are not only good for you, they’re necessary to our survival. As a result, much of the “low-fat” and “no fat” craze is reversing. That’s a good thing! However, there is a specific form of […]