Researchers are exploring a new culprit in the ever-growing childhood obesity epidemic: rampant use of antibiotic drugs to treat minor childhood illness. Antibiotics changed the makeup of gut bacteria.
Aside from the thyroid gland, the highest concentration of iodine in the human body is in the female breast. As iodine consumption goes up, breast cancer goes down.
There are many iodine supplements. I use Lugol’s iodine, about four to six drops in water per day.
A new paper politely referred to the increasingly fat, lazy nature of the human population as an “inactivity epidemic.” And guess what? The “inactivity epidemic” (being fat and lazy) is responsible for one out of every 10 deaths worldwide.
Wouldn’t it be great if, when Fido looks sweetly into your face and cocks his little head sideways, you could know whether he was communicating his affection for you or only wishing for another tasty treat?
Acne treatments can be harsh, drying and irritating, and often don’t live up to our expectations to eradicate embarrassing pimples and bumps. Mother Nature has stepped up to the plate with a natural solution.
Death comes with total saturation of the body with acid. The Western diet is mostly acid. Acid (low pH) causes fermentation and disease.
High pH or about 7.25 is alkaline and increases the oxygen content of the blood and tissue. Alkaline pH is very positive for health.
In your book, “The Forbidden Truth About Cancer,” you write on page 32, “Over 50 years ago, a urine test was developed which could easily and effectively determine the presence of malignant tumors. Many doctors in the United States and other countries used them, but they were never universally accepted…” You then list the reasons. My question is this: What is the name of the test so I can ask my doctor to perform it?
By simply taking a half hour out of your day for resistance exercise and working a brisk walk or run into your busy schedule, you can greatly reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.
America’s youth have a serious drug problem, but it doesn’t involve the teenage backstreet drug-deals you might expect; U.S. psychiatrists prescribe antipsychotic drugs to one out of every three children they treat.
Doctors are expected to advise and empower patients to make choices about procedures by sharing all information that may affect treatment decisions, including risks of adverse outcomes. But they often fail to do so, according to a new study.