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Nanoparticles and Sunscreens with Vicki and Stacy Malkan

Nanoparticles are tiny versions of chemicals. It is new technology and not studied for the impact on human health. They are very absorbable and used in many products. There is lots of marketing by commercial products to make us think they are good, but they can be dangerous, especially if put on our skin because they can go to our brains and ...
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Nanoparticles: An Overview

Nanoparticles are extemely small particles that can travel to parts of the body where normally they are not found. The safety and long term effects of these particles is unknown, but we're using them anyway! Titanium issues are discussed in terms of possible relationship to lung cancer. The safety tests are being done on the population at large. Big ...
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Natural Alternatives to Prescriptions

There are 400,000 deaths annually from prescription drugs. There are many far safer natural therapies that are equally or more effective than can be used instead. We review some of these examples.
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Natural Skin Care Products with Amazon John Easterling

Rain forest plants are grown in rich organic soil and what he uses in his products. We absorb what we put on our skin as much as what we eat. John discusses how many of the Amazon herbs he uses work.
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Natural Solutions for Improved Vision with Meir Schneider, PhD, CMT

Meir is a pioneer in natural approaches for eye care. He is endorsed by numerous ophthalmologists and his work is amazingly effective. He cites many examples of how he manages these conditions naturally.
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Negative Research Spun to Look Good

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Neural Therapy with Catherine Fehrmann, MD

This unusual therapy is explained. It removes interference fields from the autonomic nervous system that cause disease. By injecting into scars or ganglia it is possible to effect the electrical function of the body.
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Neural Therapy with Robert Rowen, MD

Pinpointing of health problems and quick resolution of symptoms is characteristic of this technology. It allows balancing of the autonomic nervous system. Many remarkable examples of this treatment are described.
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Neurobehavioral Pain Management with John Leonard, PhD

The effect of the mind on pain is profound. Neurobehavioral pain management is related to working with the neural links between nerve cells that operate unconsciously. A feedback system allows the body to reflexively become the basis for pain relief. It is possible to witness your pain and have it turn off by itself.
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Neurofeedback with Len Ochs

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Neuropathy

Degeneration of the nerves to the feet is common in conditions such as diabetes. There are no satisfactory treatments in mainstream medicine. The use of infrared light therapy is documented in medical research.
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Never Be Fat Again with Raymond Francis

There is a pandemic of obesity and diets will not solve the problem because they are not scientifically sound. Our cells know what they need in our diet and if they don't get it they send messages to our appetite center saying eat. However, what we eat is not what we need; it is fast food that is relatively devoid of the nutrients we need. Environmental ...
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Never Be Sick Again with Raymond Francis

We must take care of ourselves if we want to be healthy. Lifestyle is where wellness starts. There are common things that go wrong to cause disease. Most chronic diseases can be prevented. If all your cells are healthy you cannot be sick. There are only four ways that your cells can malfunction: genetic factors, poor nutrition, psychospiritual factors, ...
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New Applications in Bodywork with Judith Mckinnon

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New Breakthroughs in Energy Medicine

Infrared light therapy increases circulation, speeds up healing by 50% according to NASA studies, increases lymphatic drainage, adds energy to the mitochondria, and calms down pain fibers. Treatment can be monitored in real time as it is delivered by the use of an infrared scanner, which is recommended. Many conditions are treatable with infrared light ...
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New Breakthroughs in Pain Management with Richard Gracer, MD

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New Drugs: Are They Safe?

New drugs are the poorest tested and Americans are the guinea pigs for the first few years after release. Most new drugs have new side effects reported and 20% wind up off the market or with black box warnings.
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New Drugs: Their Dangers

New drugs are problematic because they are not fully tested. Post marketing studies should be required. It is wiser to use old time-tested drugs because they've been around for decades and we know their complications. Vioxx is an interesting example. Cox 1 and Cox 2 inhibitors are explained.
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New Guidelines for Treatment of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

The American Academy of Neurology has issued new guidelines for effective treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy. It involves the use of multiple drugs that include anti-seizure medications, antidepressants, and narcotics. While it is sometimes necessary to use this toxic polypharmaceutical approach, there are newer highly effective, safe, and affordable ...
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New Lupus Drug is a Blockbuster

Lupus erythematosis is a chronic auto-immune disease that affects millions of people.  Scientists are not exactly sure if lupus is a genetic disease, environmental, or related to lifestyle. Lupus can also be drug induced. It can be very debilitating and can affect joints, blood cells, skin, as well as organs such as the kidneys, heart and lungs.  ...
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