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    Kelly ParcellKelly Parcell

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    Anemia

When people think of anemia they typically think of menstruating females, or athletes. However, there can be other causes of anemia and it's important to identify the symptoms and understand treatment. The 10 Most Prevalent Symptoms of Anemia Fatigue Weakness Pale skin Chest pain, fast heartbeat or shortness of breath Headache, dizziness or lightheadedness Cold hands and feet Inflammation or soreness of your tongue Brit...
  • Posted By:

    Denise ClarkDenise Clark

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    Naturopathic Medicine

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    liver disease

When people think of liver disease they usually associate it with alcohol abuse or hepatitis. But there is another, much more prevalent factor at play, and it’s becoming increasingly worrisome as trends reveal the startling truth. Statistics clearly show that children and adults in the U.S. are getting heavier and this is only predicted to increase. Being overweight does not always come with risks to health, in fact, being underweight has its o...
  • Posted By:

    Denise ClarkDenise Clark

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    Mold/CIRS

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    mold

It is accepted science that molds have the ability to activate our immune system and produce hay-fever-type immediate allergic reactions. Newer research has found that mold has the ability to impair our immune system and provoke chronic inflammation, disturb our hormonal system, cause auto-immunity, and even promote cancer. The research showing that nontoxic molds can cause delayed immune response and that toxins produced by some molds can cause ...
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    Steve ParcellSteve Parcell

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    Preventive Cardio

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    cardiovascular health

Conventionally recognized dietary factors known to promote atherosclerosis (plaque in the arteries) and that involve animal products include saturated fat, dietary cholesterol, low fiber intake, and excess iron. Bioaccumulation of environmental toxins such as herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics and hormones are excluded in this article and another matter entirely. There is an interesting fact though; not all people who have higher cholesterol and...
  • Posted By:

    Denise ClarkDenise Clark

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    Lyme Disease

Disulfiram Exhibits Antibacterial Activity Against Borrelia Burgdorpheri in Two Studies In 2016 a researchers at Stanford University published research showing disulfiram, also known as Antabuse, as having antibacterial activity against Borrelia burgdorpheri, the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. The paper, Identification of New Drug Candidates Against Borrelia Burgdorferi Using High-Throughput Screening, identified disulfiram as its top candid...