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  • Ebola – what you must know

    Ebola – what you must know

    Ebola is a virus that was first discovered back in 1976 near the Ebola River in Africa. Since that time, it has periodically erupted, but the outbreak in 2014 in West Africa is the largest yet.  While the death rate ... Read More »
  • Oven roasted butternut squash

    Oven roasted butternut squash

    Serves 4 as an accompaniment to protein and salad. 1 medium butternut squash ¼ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon ground cumin Olive oil Preheat the oven to 350ºF. Peel the squash, remove the seeds and chop into approximately one inch cubes. ... Read More »
  • Acne and Eczema

    Acne and Eczema

    Recently I received a telephone call from Gail, distressed for her son Phil. Since Phil was 8 years old, he had suffered from breakouts all over his body that Gail described as ringworm and eczema, occurring during the winter months, only to clear up over the summer leaving white marks all over his skin. Over the years, Gail had taken her son to countless skin specialists, iridologists and doctors, trying countless creams and anti-biotics, only to have her Phil's skin irritations reoccur every winter. In fact, as he was getting older, acne was also starting to manifest increasingly - to the point that Phil was becoming reclusive and self conscious, with eventual sleep disturbances, constantly waking at around 1am. Read More »
  • Breast Cancer Prevention

    Margaret Jasinska has written many books on common health issues. Margaret discusses how to take care of your breasts and reduce the risk of breast cancer. Lifestyle & nutrition play a vital role in the health of breast tissue. Recommended ... Read More »