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Safe Alternatives to Pain Medications

There are many safe options for pain management. DMSO and emu oil use is described. Heat, cold, exercises, PT, bodywork, infrared light therapy, copper bracelets, magnetic therapy, and much more is explained.
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Safe Household Products

There are about 17,000 chemicals in common household products and few are tested for safety or tested before they are put on the store shelves. The terms on the labels (organic, natural) are unregulated.  Commercial cleaners are polluting our homes and contributing to the rise in chronic diseases including asthma and allergies because they weaken ...
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Safe Skin Care Products with Lani Simpson, DC

Commercial skin care problems are not regulated and they tend to go through the skin more often than most of us realize. Over time bioaccumulation is a big issue.
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Safety of Pharmaceutical Drug Plants

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Safety of Tylenol

Tylenol is the most commonly used analgesic, but it has important safety concerns. It is a powerful liver toxicant that can lead to death or transplants. It can also cause GI bleeding and other problems that are reviewed.
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Saftey of Cold Remedies

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School Programs to Prevent Obesity

The 5-2-1 program in Massachusetts recommends 5 different fruits and veggies, no more than 2 hours behind a TV or computer, and one hour of exercise daily. Vicki and Len explore and comment on this program.
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Science, Spirituality, and Consciousness with Bob Whitehouse

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Screening Does Not Reduce Prostate Cancer Deaths

Screening does not significantly reduce prostate cancer deaths but it does lead to overdetection and overtreatment. The cancer detection rate is 40% higher with testing, but to prevent one death from prostate cancer more than 1400 men would need screening and 48 would be unnecessarily treated. The era of the PSA is over.
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Screening for Breast Cancer

What are the best approaches to screen for breast cancer, especially in premenopausal women? Breast thermography is compared to mammograms, CT scans, MRIs, and breast examination. The basis for breast thermography is explained.
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Screening for Colon Cancer

Colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer. There are many options to screen but which one is best for you depends on your health. We review these tests and explain how they work and when they can be useful.
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Screening for Heart Disease

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Selecting a Hospital Matters

Hospitals are rated and survival and outcomes depend on how good they are. There’s a 65% difference in outcomes depending on the hospital you select. Doing your homework is essential. We discuss the differences.
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Self Foregiveness with Belinda Farrell

Healing is related to self forgiveness. We only make a certain amount of energy every day and it is easy to waste it. Forgiveness is a way of eliminating these energy suckers.
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Senator Ted Kennedy

Senator Kennedy's life of public service and dedication to bringing health care to all Americans is celebrated. It is ironic that it was his seat that was lost to the Republican Party and was the vote that made the process more challenging.
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Seven Tips to Boost Your Immunity against Swine Flu, By Dr. Len Saputo

           "A Return to Healing" Blog:  Tue, 11/17/2009 - 15:26 — BBelitsos • Eat a healthy diet and avoid sugarWe know that without the raw materials our bodies need, we simply cannot make the nutrients required to boost our immunity; we also know that refined sugar impairs the ability of our white-blood ...
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Sex in Our Later Years

Many people maintain an active and fulfilling sex life well into their 80's according to recent research. Clearly the importance of sex in our life changes as we age but 2-3 times a month is average across all age groups.
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Sex: Is it the High Point of a Woman's Day?

Recent surveys show this is true! When the activities of the day are compared this is not surprising. Sex drives vary as estrogen levels drop with age or if testosterone is increased. Len and Vicki have fun with this topic!
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Shamanic Therapy: Healing the Wound of Separation

Shamonic therapy is looking at the wound of separation; it is the return to wholeness. The shaman is the midwife who travels to the other world and brings back healing to the world. When we're separated from our truth we need help. Finding purpose in life depends on being authentic. Tools of the shaman include being involved in loving, giving, sharing, ...
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Shared Care Means Better Compliance

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