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    Reduce your stress

    Everyone in life has stress and some days it seems that everything that can go wrong will go wrong, and then there is more stress. At this time of year, your stress levels may reach a peak. A shortage of time and money, coupled with the strain of family or relationship problems may leave you feeling overwhelmed and anxious. Stress can make us angry, frustrated or depressed depending upon our personality. Stress is something we need to get under control but many people put it off. Believe me it’s not worth it because it can lead to many health problems and unhealthy habits.

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    Could insecticide sprays cause Parkinson's disease & brain tumors?

    There is a growing body of evidence linking pesticide exposure to Parkinson’s disease and brain tumors. A number of retired flight attendants claim that forced exposure to insecticide sprays inside aircraft may have caused them to develop Parkinson’s disease, and they plan on taking this matter to court. Some experts have warned that anyone who regularly takes international flights and has been exposed to insecticide spraying upon landing faces the same risk.

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    Could you have syndrome x

    Syndrome X is the most common cause of inability to lose weight. It mostly occurs in people with excess abdominal fat. Syndrome X also goes by the names metabolic syndrome, pre-diabetes and insulin resistance. Insulin resistance basically means that the hormone insulin, which is made by your pancreas has become less effective at controlling your blood sugar. This makes you prone to symptoms of unstable blood sugar, such as fatigue, sugar cravings, anxiety, insomnia and feeling unwell if you haven’t eaten for several hours. Syndrome X also places you at much greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes and fatty liver. People with syndrome X also have a three-fold higher risk of having a heart attack. Clearly it’s important to avoid developing Syndrome X. There are certain diagnostic criteria used to determine if a person has syndrome X.

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    Seeing your dentist regularly can help protect your heart

    Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection of the gums that may lead to the loss of some or all teeth later in life. It is actually the most common cause of tooth loss in adults. Periodontal disease is also strongly correlated with an increased risk of heart disease.

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    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.

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    Food Allergies

    People who are gluten intolerant are highly likely to have other food sensitivities. It’s usually not very welcome news, since gluten intolerance already means having to follow a restricted diet. The important thing to remember is gluten can cause irritation and inflammation to the lining of the intestines in people with a sensitivity to it. In effect it makes the gut lining more permeable (leaky). This can set the stage for the development of new food allergies or sensitivities because incompletely digested food molecules can get absorbed into the blood through the leaky gut. This starts off an immune response and future food sensitivity.

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    Is this the end of antibiotics?

    According to experts, “We’ve reached the end of antibiotics”. An expert from the Centres of Disease Control and Prevention declared that miracle drugs are currently no match to super bugs because people have over medicated themselves with antibiotics in previous years.

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    NF-Kappa B

    NF-Kappa B is a protein made by your immune cells in response to inflammation. Your body can produce increased amounts due to stress, bacterial or viral infections, autoimmune disease, free radical damage and radiation.

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    Urticaria (Hives)

    Urticaria presents as pink to reddish lumps on the skin that are very itchy. The lumps may be small to...

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    Castor Oil Hot Pack

    A castor oil hot pack can help to relieve painful spasms of the gallbladder and bile ducts. This is a simple and inexpensive home remedy that is very effective for shortening the intensity and duration of a gallbladder attack. The purpose of applying heat to your gallbladder is to expand the bile ducts and relieve pressure. This can be very effective for calming down painful spasms of the biliary ducts, and if a small stone is trapped in a bile duct, the application of heat may relieve the blockage.

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