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Calcium: How Much Do You Need?

Calcium needs vary with each person. Too little calcium leads to osteoporosis and too much to arteriosclerosis. Our diets have insufficient calcium but over-supplementing is equally problematic. The relationship to vitamin D is reviewed.
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California Alternative Health Care Bill Passes

SB691 protects MDs from medical boards for the practice of CAM. This is a step towards medical freedom for patients. Lines for patient empowerment are discussed and scope of practice are reviewed.
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CAM is Coming Into the Mainstream

Complementary, alternative, integrative, and mainstream medicine are defined. The Health Medicine Model is discussed and the difference from disease care and health care are also reviewed. We need CAM if medicine is going to advance.
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CAM Practice is Growing

As Americans become more skeptical of mainstream medicine, there has been a resurgence of interest both from med students and patients. Surveys have shown a continual trend toward CAM medical practices.
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Camu Camu with Amazon John Easterling

Clear your mind and brighten your day with this highly nutritious fruit that is indigenous in the Amazon. Its unique profile of unique ingredients helps clear the mind. It is very rich in vitamin C. John suggests possible mechanisms of action.
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Can Aredia Kill the Influenza Virus?

An old osteoporosis drug, Aredia, may be effective in killing a range of influenza viruses that include the swine and bird flu. In the June 2011 issue of the Journal of Experimental Medicine, researchers showed that Aredia stimulated gamma-delta T-cells to reproduce and also kill influenza viruses. Rather than killling the virus directly, it does ...
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Can Eating Satisfy Your Hunger with Julie Motz

We need to know the deeper reasons for why we overeat and they are usually ignored. Body type and biochemical indviduality is only part of the problem. Maternal-child interactions are at the root of overeating as the child is absolutely dependent for its survival on the mother. Eating can be come a coping mechanism for the trauma and stress of infant ...
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Can the Government Keep a Close Watch on Insurance?

During the early post-health care reform era, HHS claimed to be keeping a close watch on insurance companies to make sure they comply with their new regulations. There is great reason to doubt that this will be so easy in view of how insurance companies had such a powerful influence in protecting their interests.
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Can We Afford Medicaid Expansion?

 There seems to be a conflict between the Democrats, the Replicans and the States as to whether we can afford to expand Medicaid.  People believe that the Republicans think is costs too much and that the Democrats believe that we can save on fraudulent and unneecessary costs.  Dr. Len thinks they are both wrong.  How can our government ...
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Can We Trust Mainstream Medical Therapies

We have a strong faith that medicine is scientific and accurate. Whoever funds a clinical trial has a conflict of interest because profit is their motive and they have an investment in it coming out a certain way. Big pharma protects their investments and spend an enormous amount of money trying to convince MDs to use their products. They are a major ...
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Can Whole Milk Help Us Lose Weight?

An epidemiological study comparing overweight to normal weight people showed that normal weight people eat more whole milk products. Perhaps overweight people eat more low fat food but still eat more food. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), however, which is found in cow milk and meat in higher concentrations when they are grass fed, may be a factor that ...
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Can You Cultivate Your Premonitions with Larry Dossey, MD

You can cultivate your premonitions. We all have this capacity but don't really pay much attention to them; we need to allow it to emerge. Meditation is a potent tool that allows us to turn on our intuitive skills. The nonlocal ability to tap into the universal field may be what enables this ability.
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Can You Die of a Broken Heart?

Shocking events can lead to abrupt very hight stress hormones levels which can stun the heart and lead to heart failure, angina, and/or rhythm disturbances that act like a heart attack. In this "broken heart syndrome" there is no underlying heart damage. If people survive this their heart returns to normal.
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Can You Trust Medical Journal Articles?

Medical journals are not as scientific as you'd hope. Profit confounds service and journals are a business. Conflicts of interest result in publication of low quality articles for economic or political reasons.
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Can You Trust Your Intuition with Marcia Emery, PhD

Intuition is a the deepest wisdom of the soul; it is a power hunch. Images, feelings, and thoughts are what come up; the body is an intuitive antenna.
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Cancer as a Disease of Energy Deficiency with Frank Shallenberger, MD

Deficiency of energy production is the cause of cancers of older age. They are preventable by increasing energy production, using insulin potentiated therapy (IPT), and support wellness in every patient. IPT is explained. It is possible to increase energy production by using nutritional support and exercise.
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Cancer Causing Chemicals

We live in a sea of toxins that seriously impact our health. A NY University Study is reviewed showing that most of us are saturated with hundreds of chemical toxins. We need political reform to make it illegal to spread these toxins.
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Cancer Patients Rely on CAM

Cancer patients turn to CAM more than half the time, and especially women. The chiasm between mainstream and CAM is limiting. When there is little hope, we instinctively turn to alternative approaches.
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Cancer Prevention and Options for Treatment

The definition of cancer means that cancer cells don't die as they are programmed, they lack apoptosis. The reasons for this range from genetic defects to overgrowth of chromosomes. Cancer is believed to be caused by genetic factors, poor lifestyle, radiation exposure, and pollution. Spread of cancer is complicated; it is not haphazard. Combining mainsteam ...
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Cancer Prevention Strategies

Lifestyle is the key to cancer prevention. Smoking, poor diet, lack of exercise, exposure to toxins, stress, and lack of sleep are very important factors in causing cancer. Fast food is nutrient poor and calorie dense and are loaded with toxins. Detoxification is very important to keep immunity strong.
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