Medical Articles

Heart Attack – What You Should Do If You Have One

Hopefully you never have to use this guide, but preparing for something this critical can be lifesaving. First and foremost, make a plan and discuss it in advance with your family, your friends, your coworkers and, of course, your doctor. Then you can rehearse this plan, just like a fire drill. Talk about heart attack…

Depression, Stress, Anger & Heart Disease

According to recent surveys, about 75 percent of Americans are worried, depressed or angry about the economy. All of us, it seems, know someone who has lost their job recently, and many of us worry that we might be next. Sleep is hard to come by for many of us during these turbulent and uncertain…

Recent cases of Tuberculosis

According to scientific studies, three million people die from Tuberculosis every year. A number of around eight million new discovered Tuberculosis conditions appear per year and 95% is estimated to be in developing areas. Countries like those in South America, Africa or Asia have the highest susceptibility to Tuberculosis due to the low living standards…

The Growth and Spread of Malignant Tumors

Your cells carry information in the form of DNA, which tells them how to build necessary proteins, carry out their intended purpose, as well as information to grow and divide. However, should this information become mutated, or altered, it can lead to uncontrolled growth and development of cell masses called tumors. If the tumors are…

Natural Pneumonia Cure – Vitamins and Minerals

An effective pneumonia cure is the use of added vitamins and minerals in your diet. The right nutrients can boost your immunity, relieve your symptoms and prevent further complications. Vitamin C High dose vitamin C is a fast acting pneumonia cure, particularly if taken at the first sign of infection. I recommend my patients take…

Pleural Mesothelioma — Cancer of the Lung Lining

What is Pleural Mesothelioma? Pleural Mesothelioma or malignant pleural mesothelioma is cancer in the layer of the lungs that can spread to the lungs. The spread of the tumor over the pleura results in pleural thickening. This hinders the reflexivity of the pleura and encases the lungs in an increasing restrictive belt. With the lungs…

Does Cold Weather Trigger Cold Sores?

People tend to experience more cold sores in the winter. Is this due to the cold weather, hence the name – cold sores? The short answer: no. The long answer… Cold sores are triggered by several different outside influences such as the common cold or flu and fever, stress, a weakened immune system, lack of…

Treatment of Bronchitis For Older People

Maybe you have heard about bronchitis maybe not. But regardless, this condition is becoming almost as common as coughs and colds. While not generally dangerous or fatal, without proper medical attention bronchitis can damage your respiratory system just enough so that other, more severe respiratory ailments can set it (think asthma or pneumonia). For older…

Causes of Shoulder Joint Pain

There are many causes of shoulder joint pain. Your shoulder is a ball and socket joint that is necessary for a wide variety of movements, from very small movements to large wide range movements. Most of the time you do not think much about the shoulder joint, that is until pain interrupts your natural usage.…

Rolling Ball Sculptures in "Fracture," the Anthony Hopkins Movie

Rolling Ball Sculptures, both desktop and 6ft high are featured in the 2007 Anthony Hopkins movie “Fracture.” These elaborate rolling ball machines serve as dramatic metaphors for the character of Ted Crawford (Anthony Hopkins) and the story, symbolic of the many complicated and cunning plot twists to come in this clever up-to-the-minute suspense thriller. Anthony…

Healing Broken Bones With Herbs

It has now been three weeks since my daughter broke her collarbone, and if I hadn’t seen her healing with my own eyes I wouldn’t believe it. The medical profession says a collarbone typically takes 4 to 6 weeks to heal. My daughter’s took two. Many of you, like my wife, won’t be surprised by…