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The Joy of Old Age. (No Kidding.)

Dietmar Temps / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA NY Times – Oliver Sacks, 80 years old, a professor of neurology at the N.Y.U. School of Medicine and the author of many publications, including the most recent one, “Hallucinations“, recounts in this opinion article the miracles of old age and how grateful you become of the years you still have to achieve […]

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Dr. Elmaleh discusses Homeopathic Medicine on The Lisa Oz Show

As mentioned before in a previous post, Dr. Elmaleh made a guest appearance on an episode of The Lisa Oz Show that premiered last week on the Veria Living Channel.  Along with Lisa Oz, wife of Dr. Oz, and Longevity Expert, Dr. Mao Shing, the panelists discussed the uses and benefits of alternative medicine and […]

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Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

How Sleep Loss Adds to Weight Gain

Petteri Sulonen / Foter / CC BY NY Times – Losing sleep tends to make people eat more and gain weight, and now a new study suggests that one reason may be the impact that sleep deprivation has on the brain. A sleepy brain appears to not only respond more strongly to junk food, but also has […]

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No Benefit Seen in Sharp Limits on Salt in Diet

spoony mushroom / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA NY Times – Despite many years of warnings against a high sodium intake, a recent report indicates that there is no benefit from limiting salt intake. Click on this link to view full article

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From the National Women’s Health Network: Osteopenia and Osteoporosis

HA! Designs – Artbyheather / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND This post is taken from a newsletter article by Cindy Pearson, Executive Director of the National Women’s Health Network, a non-profit women’s health advocacy organization in Washington, DC. The letter advises readers to better understand the diagnoses of Osteopenia and Osteoporosis, as well as your treatment […]

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The High Cost of Care

Ervins Strauhmanis / Foter / CC BY Time Magazine examines America’s unparalleled spending on health care by questioning the reason for such a high cost compared to other developed countries, instead of looking at who should be responsible for the bill. Click on this link to view full article 

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British flag (Union Jack) in Bangor

Resource: British Homeopathic Association

Iker Merodio | Photography / Foter / CC BY-ND The British Homeopathic Association is a charity founded in 1902 that has a long-established reputation for providing authoritative information and supporting research and training in homeopathy. The organizations aims are to: 1 ) To provide high quality information to the public about the benefits of homeopathy 2 ) To […]

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New Therapy for Depression

fakelvis / Foter / CC BY-SA NY Times – Some studies have shown that mild electric current that stimulates the brain may have a positive effect on treating depression. Click on this link to view full article

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Leeches, Lye and Spanish Fly

A METEOR SHOWER / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND NY Times – Throughout history, women desperate to end pregnancies have endured agony, considerable risk, imprisonment, and death. Click on this link to view full article

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