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A Return To Healing Chapter 2: How I Became Part of the Problem: The Story of My Medical Training

submitted by: admin on 03/24/2015
  Medical training was nothing like I expected; in fact it was outright abusive. The emphasis on science and curing and lack of attention to healing which, coupled with a theme of competition at many levels, led to separation rather than a healthy community of healers. This brainwashing gradually led to my joining the principles of my profession and...

Addiction Medical Treatments with Richard Gracer, MD

submitted by: admin on 05/08/2015
There are chemical changes in the brains of addicts that must be dealt with to reduce the cravings associated with addiction. Genetic factors are considered. Methamphetamine addiction is addressed. Abuse and dependence are differentiate. For the first time, a doctor has developed a treatment program especially for "hidden" addicts-people whose lives...

Addiction Overview

submitted by: admin on 07/17/2016
10% of Americans are addicted to drugs, much of this is from medications prescribed by physicians. Typical programs for rehabilitation are unsuccessful. What it takes for a successful program is reviewed and new breakthroughs in medications to support the chemical brain disease resulting from drug addiction is reviewed.              

Addiction with Julia Ross, MA

submitted by: admin on 05/08/2015
Illegal drugs are not the most common form of addiction. Addiction to food is a serious problem. Carbohydrates such as sugar and refined flour are two of the most common culprits. The brain has four appetite regulating sites that can be modified to help solve this problem.                    

Artificial Butter Flavoring Linked to Alzheimer's Disease

submitted by: admin on 06/22/2015
  Diacetyl, the artificial butter flavoring, is linked to respiratory disease in workers exposed to it as well as possibly playing a role in causing Alzheimer's disease to occur. Diacetyl increases beta amyloid clumping and enhanced its toxic effect on nerve cells grown in tissue culture. It crosses the blood brain barrier and interferes with...

Body Mapping and How We Perform with Sandy Blakeslee

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
The body has a mind of its own and it determines how we perform. You can improve your effectiveness in sports without moving. Repeated exercise builds up the corresponding body map in the brain whether actually done or just imagined.        

Brain Health Introduction

submitted by: admin on 09/24/2017
Len Saputo, MD interviews Francesco Garri Garripoli of WujiTech on brain health and how we often don't realize that the body, brain and mind are one and inseparable. Brainwave feedback reveals this connection and much of medicine is based on this relationship. WujiTech is an example of a company doing cutting edge work in this field and their WujiBrainwave...

Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Boost Brain Repair?

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
  Researchers from Tel Aviv University published an article in PLoS ONE in January of 2013 on how hyperbaric oxygen treatment can resuscitate the dormant neurons around a stroke. This area around the stroke, or peri-infarction area may regain function decades after the stroke. The researchers correlated the effects of this treatment with CT and SPECT...

Cancer Breakthrough? Liver Nutrient Selectively Kills Cancer Cells

submitted by: admin on 06/24/2016
  Lithocholic acid (LCA) is a liver bile acid that has the ability to selectively kill cancer cells while not affecting normal cells. It works by causing cancer cell mitochondria to self-destruct. LCA also activates the vitamin D receptor site. It prevents whole tumor growth and slows down the development of metastases. In tests it has been shown to...

Cell Phone Use in Pregnancy Associated with Behavioral Disorders

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Yale researchers exposed mice to a muted, silenced, cell phone for all 19 days of their pregnancy and found that there were changes in the brain similar to what is seen in ADHD. The offspring had hyperactivity and less memory. Data on cell phone health issues is slowly surfacing. It may be related to brain tumors and a variety of behavioral disorders.    

Chemobrain in Breast Cancer Treatment is Common

submitted by: admin on 06/26/2016
  A study out of Singapore, published in Annals of Oncology in March of 2012, showed that breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy had symptoms of chemobrain manifested by memory loss, difficulty in decision making and speech problems. Patients were generally not aware they had symptoms because they attributed them to fatigue, anxiety, and mood...

Designs For Health: Brain Vitale 50gm powder

submitted by: admin on 01/20/2019
  Brain Vitale contains two powerful brain revitalizing nutrients, Acetyl Carnitine and PhosphatidylSerine (PS), both capable of repairing brain neurons, and is reinforced with the mind-body nutrient GPC (GlyceroPhosphoCholine).  GPC is a unique osmo-protectant, raises choline and generate unique omega-3 phospholipids to build cell membranes,...

Designs For Health: BrainPower Sour (Raspberry) case

submitted by: admin on 01/20/2019
    Heat Sensitive Product: Click here for our related policy. Improving mental focus and mood never tasted so good If you like Starburst™ candy, you will love these chewy, healthy, raspberry flavored treats sweetened with xylitol. This natural and beneficial sweetener has a glycemic index of 7 and supports the health...

Do Cell Phones Affect the Brain?

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
The prevention of disease means decreasing our Electro Magnetic Field.  Electro Magnetic pollution should be a concern for everybody. Just what effect does EMF have on our bodies?  Does using a cell phone increase our risk of brain cancer?            

Do Healthcare Practitioners Need Training for their Patients' Sexual Needs?

submitted by: admin on 01/20/2019
The sexual needs of hospitalized patients seems to be a "hush-hush"a topic, for people such as those with brain injuries, strokes, incontinence, and much more, but these are real issues that need to be dealt with with compassionate advice. The November of 2012 issue of the Journal of Advanced Nursing, explored this topic and reported that sex education...

Do You Need a Brain Scan if You Have Headaches

submitted by: admin on 04/03/2014
According to an article out of the Univerity of Michigan Medical Center that was published in March of 2014 in the journal, Internal Medicine, we spend about a billion dollars a year for unnecessary brain scans (MRIs and CT scans) on people who have headaches. Their research showed that the incidence of brain tumors, brain aneurysms, and AV malformations...

Drugs that Worsen Memory in the Elderly

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
  A report from the Montreal Geriatric University Institute in November of 2012 reviewed 68 trials on benzodiazepines, 12 on antihistamines, and 15 on tricyclic antidepressants and concluded that these families of drugs have a significant negative impact on memory and concentration in the elderly. The American Geriatrics Society proclaimed that these...

Electro-Smog

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Do cell phones cause brain cancer? Are the high levels electromagnetic fields we are exposed to important. The research behind these issues is explored.          

Exercise Makes You Smarter

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
A study done at the Montreal Heart Institute in October of 2012 showed that high intensity interval training made overweight and inactive people aged 49 years old healthier and also smarter! Scientists set up a program lasting 4 months where people exercised twice weekly with interval training and twice weekly with resistance training. They measured cognitive...

Exercise Makes You Smarter

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
  A study in October of 2012 at the Montreal Heart Institute showed that high-intensity interval training makes middle-aged people both healthier and smarter. The program was 4 months long and consisted of 2 days a week of interval training and 2 days of resistance training. Cognitive function and physical conditioning improved greatly, showing that...