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Adverse Drug Reactions in Hospitalized Patients are Commonplace
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There are more than 100,000 deaths from the expected side effects of pharmaceutical drugs and more than 2 million events requiring hospitalization. Mistakes in administering drugs in the hospital are now commonplace. We have problem!

All About Water with Beverly Rubik, PhD
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There are many different aspects of water that are important in supporting good health. Most water is not ideal for human consumption. Water should be alkaline, existing in microclusters, and free of heavy metals, chlorine, fluoride, and environmental toxins. This means we need to filter and treat the water we consume carefully. Some interesting ...

Americans Are Struggling with Life
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Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki discuss many of the challenges we face in the US that cause stress, anxiety and depression. Life in the fast track with materialistic rather than service oriented values lead to confusion and frustration regarding what life's purpose is. We have lost our sense of what life is about and generally aimlessly pursue goals ...

Anticancer Foods
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A healthy diet with plenty of fruits and veggies such as cruciferous veggies, spices, pomegranate, cranberry, etc. can help prevent or slow down the spread of cancer once it is there.

Are Hospital Costs Related to Care?
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Hospitals that spend the most on their very sickest patients don’t always see a benefit from the extra money spending and researchers found that some hospitals spent less than others and yet they saved more patients.  It is unclear why some hospitals do better than others and spending more money doesn’t always improve care ...

Basic Fundamentals of Good Health with Russell Jaffe, MD
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In today's health care system we wait until we get sick before we seek help. There are 3 core fundamentals: acid-base balance, hormonal balance, and gut transition time. Routine lab tests measure abnormalities that are far advanced. The wellness buffer is discussed. Lifestyle and purpose determine our level of wellness.

Bringing Medicine to Third World Countries
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Big pharma uses third world countries to test their drugs on. They do this because it is cheaper and they have far more latitude in taking risks with those people who agree to participating in the clinical trials. The WHO should step up to the plate to monitor these experiments, but so far this has not happened. When people are harmed by the ...

Can You Trust Medical Journal Articles?
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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.

Cancer Causing Chemicals
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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.

Coming to Terms with Shame and Aggression with Matthew Fox
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The hidden spirituality of men highlights the ten archetypes that describe how they operate in life. Ostracizing is the origin of shame, of not belonging. The ways we are not part of community is reviewed. Wholeness has been the way of our ancestors. Aggression is also something we have inheirited; we need to deal with this and use it wisely. ...

Cosmetic Dermatology with June Engle, MD
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Sun damage to the skin begin to become obvious at middle age. New and highly effective and safe approaches with lasers are discussed. Many people have an improved outlook on who they are and how they function in life when their appearance is improved.

Cosmetic Ingredient Review by the FDA with Stacy Malkan
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The cosmetic trade association does cosmetic ingredient reviews. The organization is composed of cosmetic manufacturers and people who they select to review their products for safety issues. The conflict of interest has led to a very poor job and for the most part this industry is not adequately regulated; the fox is guarding the hen house. ...

Creating Vibrant Health with Hyla Cass, MD
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Chronic stress can make us dependent on a chronic adrenalin response. Change your diet to high quality carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Eventually this leads to adrenal failure and the need to rebuild the adrenal glands. Many important nutrients become deficient and we cannot make our neurotransmitters and we crash.

Detoxification with Ed Bauman
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The do's and don'ts of detoxification are discussed. We are exposed to a massive dose of toxins and our bodies are deleteriously affected by them. How we identify the body burden and then neutralize them are discussed.

Diet Soda Addiction
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Can People become addicted to Diet Soda?  While controversial, research has shown that some people can become addicted to diet soda.  Using fMRI's, scientists can see that the aspartame affects the pleasure centers of the brain, much like sugar does. Some people will actually "chain drink" diet soda and can go through withdrawals ...

Do MDs Overuse Medicare Services?
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Mixing medicine and business lead to conflicts of interest. There are many cases where hospitals, clinics, and MDs overcharge Medicare and situations where they are restricted from delivering good care.

Do You Need to Supplement Your Diet?
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Do we really need supplements such as vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and important nutrients? If you live a healthy lifestyle you may not need supplements; if you don't you likely need supplements. You can overdo supplements and megavitamins have their downsides. Toxic exposures are a good reason to consider supplementation. The best sources ...

Embodying Life's Purpose with Steve Sisgold
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Embodying life's purpose involves more than thinking. The congruency of our body and our thoughts is very revealing. Listen to your body's signals to erase self doubt and go for what you want from life. Notice how your body responds to what you think, it will reflect who you are and offer insights about how life is going.

False Positive CT Scans for Lung Cancer
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CT scans pick up all kinds of lumps very well. The sensitivity is excellent but specificity is poor. This leads to unnecessary surgeries. Many small cancers may disappear on their own. Parallels to breast cancer are made.

False Positive MRIs and Breast Cancer
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