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A Fun Natural Treatment?

September 28, 2016

Or scariest, depending on your phobias. If you suffer from frequent kidney stones, here’s a revelation for you: the cure might be a few trips on a rollercoaster! When a urological surgeon noticed anecdotes piling up about patients who passed small kidney stones after a visit to Disneyworld, he dug a little deeper. Most stories […]

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With all the water-supply reports out there, it might be time for a detox with Zeolite. Lead has been a big headline this year, and it hasn’t been limited to just one city, it looks like there are many cities (mostly east of the Mississippi) that have too much lead. But there’s something else that’s […]

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Chronic and recurring infections are something a lot of people talk about, but maybe not in those terms. Lately, I’ve chatted with a few people about that lingering illness that looms in the back of their brain. For a couple of people, it’s the constant pressure to avoid another sinus infection. One big bad one, […]

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Taking statins is associated with a 34% increased risk of kidney problems. Statins are often prescribed to prevent heart disease, but according to this new data the risks might outweigh the benefits. For those with heart disease, they’re already at an increased risk for kidney problems (as are people with diabetes, and who already have […]

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A New SARS-Like Outbreak?

September 25, 2012

A deadly respiratory disease has just been identified by the World Health Organization (WHO) that is 99.5% similar in structure to the SARS virus. It appears to have originated in the Middle East, but a case has also been identified in the UK. Only a few people have been identified as carrying the virus—but the […]

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