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Aspirin Cuts Cancer Risk

Aspirin has been found to protect against colon cancer and many other solid cancers. However, aspirin also causes GI bleeding in almost everyone over the long haul. A better way to prevent cancer is to clean up our toxic environment and live a healthy lifestyle. Direct to consumer ads give the wrong idea; they give you the idea that it is okay to ...
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Aspirin Cuts Heart Attacks But Not Deaths or Strokes

Low dose aspirin can lower the risk of heart attacks in people without a history of heart disease by about 20%, but it does not lower the death rate or the risk of stroke. Also, there is the added risk of GI bleeding secondary to aspirin use. The risk for getting a heart attack in primary prevention is lowered from 2.3% to 1.8%, which comes to a 20% ...
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Aspirin for MI, Is it the Best Choice?

Side effects outweigh the benefits for heart attacks and strokes. GI bleeds are the major serious complications. There are excellent alternatives such as fish oil. It also causes leaky gut syndrome.
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Aspirin, Is it Safe?

Aspirin is the most used drug in the US. They are not safe because of bleeding and perforations. Over the counter substitutes are readily available and work well and their acceptance..
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Aspirin, Tylenol, and NSAIDs Increase Blood Pressure

These over the counter analgesics increase the risk for hypertension in 20-50%. Fluid retention is one mechanism. DTC ads lead to their overuse. There are many other side effects as well
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Assessing Arteriosclerosis

Risk factors for heart disease should be assessed depending on each person's family history and lifestyle. The tests used also vary with each individual's particular situation. This disease is generally preventable.
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Assessing Physician Training with Byron Belitsos

Byron interviews Len Saputo and his journey thorugh medical training as described through A Return to Healing The academics of health care are taught in medical school rather than the healing relationship that heals. A community of healers was what Len expected, but found it to be anything but that. There was not an open mind about any training ...
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Assisted Death vs Assisted Suicide

Assisted suicide or assisted death is discussed as an approach to thoughtful treatment of end of life issues. Conventional medicine does not consider this option. Looking at death as the final learning process is discussed. Medical practice should be beyond business and convention. Patients are often so convinced that modern medicine is correct that ...
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Asthma

In this overview of asthma the causes that explain the substantial rise in asthma are reviewed. The mechanism of developing asthma, mainstream and CAM treatments, and their side effects are reviewed. Integrative strategies are proposed.
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Asthma

Dr. Len gives an overview of what asthma is and how it affects us. Triggers are reviewed and their mechanism of action are reviewed. The role of the intestinal tract and its microflora in causing immune reactions are explained. Treatment from both mainstream and CAM approaches are reviewed and leaky gut syndrome is explained.
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AstraZeneca Pulls the Plug on Free Trips for Doctors

  As a pharmaceutical industry first, AstraZeneca is stopping payments to doctors for attending international medical conferences. They are making it sound like they are leaders who want to do the right thing...it only took them half a century to figure this out. Do you think this is a move pressured by something other than their benevolence? ...
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Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic with Steve Milligan, DC

Alignment of the body is essential for normal structural and physiological function. Atlas orthogonal chiropractic focuses on the precise alignment of the first two cervical vertebrae, which effect both circulation and neurological function.
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Atrial Fibrillation Overview

The physiology of this very common rhythm problem is reviewed with attention to stroke and lowered cardiac output. The causes of atrial fibrillation, its symptoms, diagnostics, and treatment are reviewed.
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Atrial Fibrillation: Choices in Management

It is defined and coagulation issues addressed. Treatment options including anticoagulants, cardioversion, and certain drugs are reviewed. Its cause should be looked for and prevention considered.
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Attention Deficit Disorders

In this extensive video, Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki review what ADD/ADHD are, how they are overdiagnosed and overtreated, and what can be done to manage these children and adults.
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder vs Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

New research shows that children's risk for learning and behavior problems and obesity rises in correlation to their level or trauma exposure. These findings should encourage physicians to consider diagnosing PTSD rather than ADD/ADHD, which has similar symptoms to PTSD but very different treatment. The Stanford University study examined kids living ...
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Attitudinal Breathing, HeartMath with David McArthur, JD

HeartMath has been used to manage stress for years now. Making the shift from the experience of worry by intentionally focusing on the heart area and breathing through the heart that is uplifting and relaxing. The heart is the center of powerful feelings that provide tools to make a powerful positive physiological shift in our thinking and feeling. ...
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Autism with Richard Kunin, MD

There is an epidemic of autism and the cause for it is multifactorial. Dr. Kunin explains the myriad of factors in addition to DNA abnormalities that cause autism. Vaccines are another important trigger in three important ways.
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Autism with Russ Jaffe, MD

These kids have profound, pervasive neurological disease. There are now nearly a million kids in the US with this disorder. Russ describes six subtypes of autism. There are interesting tests that define and treat these kids.
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Autoimmunity

There is an epidemic of autoimmune diseases that include hay fever, asthma, diabetes, collagen vascular diseases, and hypothyroidism. The causes of this epidemic range from heavy metal toxicity to drugs and environmental toxins. Our immune system attacks our tissues and we use drugs to suppress our immune system. There are other options for treatment ...
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