Library Search
 

Browse Health & Wellness Media Library Database [P]

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z *

Pain Management Overview

We all suffer from pain and most of the time we rely on medications that are not safe. Integrative therapies work better than just one treatment style. New breakthroughs such as infrared light therapy are discussed. Insomnia, non-restorative sleep, poor concentration, accidents, depression, fatigue and irritability are common signs and symptoms of pain.
Part of

Parkinson's Disease and the Failure of ATP Production

Parkinson's disease is not cured by any treatments we have today. Treatment is centered on blocking the symptoms of this chronic disease. There is a failure of energy production in vital areas of the brain that make dopamine. The energy producing part of the cell, the mitochondria, don't make enough energy to make dopamine and Parkinson's disease ...
Part of

Parkinson's Disease Overview

Parkinson's Disease is a progressive neurological disease characterized by a pill rolling resting tremor, dementia, poor balance, stiffness, depression, and insomnia. There is a progressive loss of dopamine and treatment is oriented to restoring it through a variety of drugs. CAM approaches include the addition of glutathione intraveniously and coenzyme ...
Part of

Patient Errors in Taking Medications

The majority of patients coming home from the hospital know little about the medications they are taking or why. This leads to confusion and errors that can have serious consequences. Methods to prevent this are presented.
Part of

Paying MDs for Performance: Is it a Good Idea?

Rewarding MDs for following the policies of an insurance company that employs them is dangerous. One size fits all is not a good model to treat each unique personís special health care issues.
Part of

Peptic Ulcer Overview

Peptic Ulcers affect up to 10% of us over our lifetime. Symptoms generally include burning in the upper abdomen, dull aching pain, and sometimes hemorrhaging and even perforation of the gut lining. They occur in the esophagus, stomach and duodenum. H. pylori is believed to cause about 50% of all peptic ulcers. NSAIDS including aspirin are common causes ...
Part of

Peptic Ulcers

The cause and treatment of peptic ulcers is discussed with attention to H. pylori and lifestyle factors. The dangers of the purple pill are highlighted and natural therapies discussed.
Part of

Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports

A study of professional baseball players showed that anabolic steroids are now commonplace. The reasons and ethics of using these drugs is discussed. There is a price to pay for the effects on health. Steroid usage is rampant among non-athletes as well for cosmetic reasons. Acne, testicular atrophy, and breast enlargement are side effects.
Part of

Periodontal Disease and Halitosis

needs text and keywords
Part of

Persistent Pain After Trauma

needs text
Part of

Personal Care Products to Avoid

There are many personal products that you may use without even thinking that they could be harmful. Vicki talks about some of them and gives you healthy alternatives.Talc or talcum powder, titanium dioxide, commercial tampons, disposable diapers, baby wipes, antibacterial hand sanitizers, sanitary napkins, feminine hygiene sprays, chemical douches, ...
Part of

Personal Responsibility in Healing with Francesco Garri Garripoli

Personal responsibility is freedom. Expressing our self power though our thoughts and actions and how we breathe are critical. The body and mind are inseparable and affect one another constantly. Qigong maximizes a healthy bodymind. Being in the zone of the present time facilitates our self power.  For more information on Qigong, please click here
Part of

Personality Types and Heart Disease

Type A personalities and those who are self absorbed are at risk for heart attacks. Cynical distrust, chronic stress and depression are also likely related. There's much we can do to deal with this and lower inflammation.
Part of

Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Pleads Guilty to Criminal Offense for Bextra Ads

The scruples of Big Pharma are pathetic. They have been charged with making off-label recommendations for 13 drugs even though it is against the law. Their bottom line is profits regardless of the law or ethics.
Part of

Philosophy of Healing with Wes Rocki, MD, PhD

Medical training tends to pay more attention to diseases than to human beings. The journey through the healing arts is thorugh spiritual growth and the practice of healing is the practice of psychospiritual growth. Developing and nurturing our intuition is one of the most important aspects of a true healer. There is an equal partnership between the ...
Part of

Photo-Oxidation with Robert Rowen, MD

In the preantibiotic era, a technology called photo-oxidation that uses UV light was used very effectively in treating severe, advanced infections. About 200 cc of blood are circulated through UV light and put back into the body to have its antimicrobial effect. The mechanism of action and data supporting its use are described. A miraculous treatment ...
Part of

Photonic Stimulation (Infrared Light Therapy)

Infrared light therapy is a new an amazingly superior way to manage most types of pain with immediate results. It's mechanisms of action are explained and the conditions it treats reviewed. Because it was only introduced into medical practice about a decade ago, it is not widely available.
Part of

Photonic Stimulation Part 1

There is an amazing new technology that has remarkable ability to relieve pain that uses near infrared light. Its mechanism of action, range of uses, and how it works is discussed.
Part of

Photonic Stimulation with Maurice Bales

The inventor of the photon stimulator explains how infrared light works and shares some fascinating stories about patients who have been helped using it.
Part of

Physical Exercise and Sex Can Be Associated with a Heart Attack

Regular physical activity has been identified as strongly associated with a decreased risk for cardiovascular disease and related mortality. However, episodic exercise such as sex, emotional stress, or intense physical exertion carries as much as a 3.5 times additional risk as a trigger for adverse cardiac events. Research documents that the risk of ...
Part of

Pages:   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

Shopping Cart

Your Shopping Cart is empty.