Gerald Lumber, December 01, 2015
Hello and welcome. I am Dr George Lundberg, and this is At Large at Medscape.
As an anatomic pathologist who grew up in the autopsy room, I know that people who die have often been misdiagnosed during their lives.[1
Gerald Lumber, December 01, 2015
health freedom alliance, 2 December 2015
If our eyes are the windows to our souls, our nails are the screen doors to our bodies.
Most allopathic physicians would probably never admit that toxic dental materials placed in your mouth cause serious health problems. In fact, conventional dentistry has certainly contributed to the epidemic rise in chronic fatigue, emotional instability (depression and anger issues), birth defects, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease and cancer, plus many other degenerative diseases.
A new study has outlined for the first time a biological mechanism by which zinc deficiency can develop with age, leading to a decline of the immune system and increased inflammation associated with many health problems, including cancer, heart disease, autoimmune disease and diabetes.
Just what is atherosclerosis anyway?
A very common question what is atherosclerosis? Just the fact that so many people ask this question is alarming in itself; however, the consequences of this disease cause millions of deaths across the world each year.
The actual name atherosclerosis derives from the Greek words athero, which means gruel or paste, and sclerosis meaning hardening or hardness. Atherosclerosis is the result of deposits of fatty wax like materials, cholesterol, our bodys waste products, calcium and other substances.
There are several effective ways to increase HDL cholesterol (thats the good one by the way), that can literally add years to your life, reduce the risk of heart disease, atherosclerosis and stroke.
So, how do we go about getting high HDL cholesterol levels
There are two key ways for increasing your HDL, naturally when combined the results are both faster and satisfying. One method is totally zero cost, the second method can be expensive and also detrimental to your health in some isolated cases.
To prevent diabetes you will get a real jolt when you follow theprescription offered up in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
This prestigious organization reported on separate studies of coffee drinkers in Sweden and Finland.
Whiz-bang medical researchers discovered that women could decrease their risk of diabetes by 29 percent when they followed
a regimen of drinking three to four cups of coffee a day.
Sat Apr 27, 2002
By EMMA ROSS, AP Medical Writer
MILAN, Italy (AP) - Whooping cough, largely regarded as an infant disease, is making a global comeback in all age groups, experts said Saturday.
Scientists don't know why but suspect that protection from immunization wears off after a few years and that the bug has outsmarted vaccines used to control it for decades.
Mon May 6, 2002
By Charnicia E. Huggins
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Every year, a quarter of a million people in the US may become infected with hepatitis A--nearly 10 times the number of cases that are reported to the federal government. What's more, the majority of these cases may occur in children under the age of 10, a finding which may have implications for future immunization practices, according to researchers from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Lieberman Op-Ed in National Review Online
by Ben Lieberman
April 5, 2002