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Radical Health Care - Dr. Len Saputo

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Radical Healthcare Reform and the Future of Medicine

submitted by: admin on 06/28/2017
  Health care reform (HCR) is a necessity, but little true HCR is on the table for either Democrats or Republicans. Republicans want to privatize or abolish Medicare and Democrats want to increase taxes to fund skyrocketing health care costs. Neither approach represents HCR; they merely address how the present health care system might be sustained. Dean...

Radiographic Iodinated Contrast Media Causes Thyroid Dysfunction

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
According to an article published in the January 2012 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, exposure to iodinated contrast media during imaging procedures is associated the changes in thyroid function, especially hyperthyroidism. Reactions to the dyes are increased in people with asthma, heart disease, kidney disease, and in those taking NSAIDs, beta blockers,...

Raising Children Through Inspiration

submitted by: admin on 06/28/2017

Raw Fooding

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  Why eat foods cooked at under 118 degrees F? Nutrient dense, raw foods are best for nutrition. Heating food destroys enzymes and nutrients and limit the nutrition we absorb and the ability of our bodies to function.        

Re-evaluating Approaches of Integrative Oncology

submitted by: admin on 10/26/2016
Alternative treatment protocols for cancer have the potential to be competitive often are superior to conventional approaches. They should be considered as possible primary strategies, not merely supplemental options for treatment. If you click here  you can access Dr. Michael Schachter's approach to treating cancer.

Reaching 100 Years

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
Reaching 100 years of age is now within the realm of possibility more than ever before. How you adapt to stress and cope with it is more predictive of who has a better chance of living to 100. Staying physically, socially, mentally active and adapting to life's stresses is a recipe for longevity. A sense of humor and having a positive attitude also promote...

Reactions to Everyday Stress Predict Future Health

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  It is not stress itself that causes health problems, it is how we react to stress that will determine our health 10 years from now according to the November 2012 issue of Annals of Behavioral Medicine. Researchers at Penn State surveyed 2000 people daily for 8 days regarding the level of stress in their lives and measured their cortisol level....

Realizing the Body's Power to Heal with Meir Schneider

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Reciprocity and the Spirit of Christmas with Phillip Scott, MA

submitted by: admin on 06/28/2017
There are similar values between Christianity and the Native Way that Chief Black Horse shares. Christ is regarded as an awakened warrior who was a peace keeper and protector.

Reconciling Science and Spirituality with Michael Buchele, MD

submitted by: admin on 06/28/2017
Reconciling science and spirituality is possible through the philosophy of Arthur Young. The Theory of Bioprocess is the outcome of work from Frank Barr and Mike Buchele.

Red Meat Consumption Linked to Cardiovascular and Cancer Mortality

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
A Harvard study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine in March of 2012 found that red meat consumption is associated with an increased risk of total, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality. They also showed that substituting other healthly protein sources was associated with a lower mortality risk. They studied 37,000 men and 83,000 women for up to...

Reduce Stress to Treat Hypertension

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
Stress and anxiety are the most common causes for high blood pressure and is treatable. We tend to rely on medication to treat high blood pressure and the underlying stress. Americans are over-stressed. Relaxants lower blood pressure as well or better than antihypertensive drugs.        

Reducing Complications may Cost Hospitals Money

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  Hospitals have a financial incentive to not reduce complications because they are paid per each treatment and each lab or other test according to an article published in the April issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. While this may not be what hospitals are overtly thinking, the problem is how motivated are they to reduce complications? Between...

Reducing Stress to Increase Breast Cancer Survival

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  Chronic stress is a well known immune suppressant and immunity is critical for cancer survival. There are other mechanisms as well that increase survival that are discussed.            

Regenerative Culture

submitted by: admin on 06/28/2017

Regenerative Medicine with Richard Gracer, MD

submitted by: admin on 06/28/2017
The natural healing process is stimulated by both ozone and platelet rich plasma. Both stimulate the production of healing growth factors. Dr. Gracer explains how they work his experience of what they do.

Regulation of Supplements

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  The regulation of supplements is problematic. We clearly need regulation because supplement companies tend to make statements about what they do that is not proven, but at the same time we also need to have access to using them, especially if they are safe. A balanced regulation is what is needed. MD control of supplements is being suggested; yet they...

Relationship Between Improvisation and Good Health with Sue Walden

submitted by: admin on 06/28/2017
Our ability to adapt provides options that may be very important for happiness and good health. Being authentic is key to being able to adapt wisely. Careful listening allows for intelligent processing and decision making. Sue gives examples of how our improvisational skills are valuable in our lives at all levels.