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Biometric analysis of controlled clinical study for sleep formulation on multiple parameters of aging-related dysfunctions

Biometric analysis of controlled clinical study for sleep formulation on multiple parameters of aging-related dysfunctions Marcelo Suarez Abstract In this paper, the authors establish the construct and timing of sleep, and explore the common reasons why adult men and women fail to achieve restful, restorative sleep. From this, the authors submit that natural sleep promoting […]

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Raspberry Leaf in Pregnancy – Shorts

Raspberry Leaf in Pregnancy – Shorts – Brief Article Jule Klotter Raspberry leaf, taken as an infusion (tea), has been a longtime herbal remedy for maternity care. According to Michael Tierra, CA, ND in his book The Way of Herbs, raspberry leaf is taken throughout pregnancy to tone the uterus, facilitate delivery, and prevent miscarriage. […]

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Post-menopausal osteoporosis & Chinese medicine

Post-menopausal osteoporosis & Chinese medicine Bob Flaws Keywords: Chinese medicine, Chinese herbal medicine, gynecology, menopause, osteoporosis ********** Numerous clinical trials have been carried out over the last 20 years on the effects of Chinese medicine on osteoporosis. In general, these studies show that Chinese herbal medicine can increase bone density in post-menopausal women. Below is […]

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A IO-Step Program to Optimize Your Memory. – The Memory Solution – Review

A IO-Step Program to Optimize Your Memory. – The Memory Solution – Review – book review Irene Alleger The Memory Solution by Julian Whitaker, MD with Peggy Dace Avery Publishing Group, 120 Old Broadway, Garden City Park, New York 11040 USA; 800-548-5757 1999, softcover, $13.95 US, 278 pp. As we grow older, it’s often the […]

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Modified citrus pectin slows progression of prostate cancer, new published study reports

Modified citrus pectin slows progression of prostate cancer, new published study reports Can something as simple as eating oranges protect men from prostate cancer? No, but according to a new study published in The Prostate, patients taking modified citrus pectin, a carbohydrate derived from the peel of citrus fruit, may slow the progression of prostate […]

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The health of water

The health of water Beatrice Trum Hunter Messages from Water by Masuru Emoto, Doctor of Alternative Medicine (Oversized quality paperback, vol. 1, $37.25, vol. 2, $37.80, plus $8 s/h. 145 pages each, color illustrations on each page, accompanied by text in Japanese and English translation. Order from Kinokuniya Bookstores of America. Ltd. 525 South Weller […]

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Proteolytic enzymes beneficial for multiple myeloma

Proteolytic enzymes beneficial for multiple myeloma – Literature Review & Commentary Alan R. Gaby Two hundred sixty-five patients with multiple myeloma stages I-Ill were treated with standard chemotherapy. One hundred sixty-six of these patients also received oral enzymes for more than six months, while 99 patients either did not receive enzymes or received them for […]

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West Nile Virus positives and MTBE analysis of NYSDEC Wildlife Pathology Unit’s West Nile Virus database 1999 – New York State Department of Conservation

West Nile Virus positives and MTBE analysis of NYSDEC Wildlife Pathology Unit’s West Nile Virus database 1999 – New York State Department of Conservation – Statistical Data Included Jim West Abstract In the New York City region, a public health disaster was recognized during the summer of 1999. That recurring seasonal phenomena is referred to […]

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is a vitamin B-3 dependency the cause of this patient’s gastrointestinal symptoms?

Follow-up report on the use of inositol hexaniacinate for the treatment of achlorhydria: is a vitamin B-3 dependency the cause of this patient’s gastrointestinal symptoms? Jonathan E. Prousky Abstract The patient was previously treated with inositol hexaniacinate (IHN; 650mg three times daily for approximately two months) for chronic gastrointestinal symptoms due to achlorhydria. Approximately one […]

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Highly effective treatments for pain and fatigue; eliminating food allergies

Highly effective treatments for pain and fatigue; eliminating food allergies Jacob Teitelbaum I have found that most of my patients’ food and other sensitivities resolve when I treat their underlying yeast overgrowth, parasitic infections, and underactive adrenal glands. Sometimes food sensitivities persist, however, and are often hard to isolate or verify because of the diversity […]