Cancer involves an interaction between rogue cells and surrounding tissue. This is the clear message of Dr. Mina Bissell
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), otherwise known as acid reflux, affects an extraordinary number of adults worldwide. According to the journal Gut, between 18 and 28 percent of the adults in North America suffer from the disease, as do 9 to 26 percent of Europeans and up to 33 percent in the Middle East.1 Those numbers appear to be rising.
Researchers have discovered that nordamnacanthal, an anthraquinone found in cheese fruit (Morinda citrifolia), possesses anti-cancer properties.
True medical freedom is experienced when you gain self-reliance in taking care of your most common healthcare needs through natural means.
An average person can live for up to 71.4 years, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), but how many of those years are actually spent living?
You may have tried or heard of different detoxification techniques, such as detox diets and juice cleanses, but there is one natural detox program by the body that you can activate.
Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch of the DFAB Natural Medical Center in the Philippines has been subject to an armed government raid that effectively shut down her facility, sending hundreds of patients to the streets.
In recent years, a lot of studies have been done on the health benefits of vitamin D.
The search for a cure for cancer wages on, and many people remain convinced that our planet’s many natural resources could hold the key to fighting this deadly disease.
In addition to the side effects that come with antibiotic use, it turns out that most of them are ineffective.