The Most Deadly Disease of All: Denial

No matter what the statistics show about Heart Disease or Cancer, or any other disease, the disease of DENIAL kills more people every year than any other disease. It isn’t just that it kills more people every year; it also maims, cripples, disables, and incapacitates more people and those close to them, than anything else.…

The Silent Worldwide Holocaust of Chemo

Cancer is a problem made infinitely worse by the medical establishment. This article is to encourage the reader to take some serious reflection on a deadly serious issue. With Jade Goodie in the headline now is a good time to air this issue. To start with we’ll talk a little about the conventional medicine and…

Respiratory Diseases Q&A

37 Weeks beside a sore throat that only just wont step away?Please someone help me out. I am 37 weeks pregnant and I have had a really unpromising sore throat for about 9 days now. It hurts really bad when I swallow, guzzle, drink, cough..pretty much anything. I am also spitting up flems which in…

How to Embrace Vulnerability As Your Greatest Strength

Born Vulnerable What do you associate with vulnerability? Perhaps it’s weakness, fear, hurt or betrayal. These are the deep-seated emotions people experience when they reveal aspects of themselves. Let’s be clear. Vulnerability is not a sign of weakness and can be your greatest strength. “Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to…

Adult attention deficit disorder

The main difference between adult and childhood forms of ADHD is suggested in the name: attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The younger the child, the less impulse controls they have, and the more hyperactive they tend to be. As we mature and our frontal lobes become more active, we learn to inhibit our childhood impulses. But for…

Doctor Ratings – Know Where to Find Them

If you seek a new physician, there are a few different resources you can check to make sure you are getting the best professional possible. One of the ways to ensure this is to look at doctor ratings, which can be found in a few different places. Find out how to check these before you…

Diabetes and Circulatory Disease

Diabetes is a scourge on our society. The number of diabetes patients in the US has climbed to an estimated 12-14 million, up from 8 million in 1990. This article will deal with the growth in Type-I and Type-II diabetes in the US, and the effect that diabetes can have on circulatory disease. The rate…

Owning a Pet Otter

It may seem trendy to own an exotic pet, but owning an otter as a pet is illegal in most localities without a permit. They are considered wildlife and have requirements that are different from those of the average household pet. Reasons Not to Own a Pet Otter If you are considering applying for a…

Type 2 Diabetes – Do Genes and Diet Interact?

Much has been written on how genes affect our body and how nutrition affects us, but what about genes and nutrition together? According to research reported on in the British Journal of Nutrition in January 2017, genes and diet can combine to do more than either could do alone. Scientists at the University of Singapore…

Is The Poison Ivy Rash Contagious

The poison ivy plant is one of the most popular problems that parents must be cautious of and spend tons of time to make sure that their kids know how they can identify it. But even this at times is not adequate to keep them away from it. Every year it seems that our kids…

Emotional Damage to Obese Children

Aside from the physical health risks posed to obese children, the emotional risks are obvious. Anyone who thinks that it is the responsibility of other children to become more tolerant is probably morally correct, though living in an unachievable fantasy. Children can not help but say what they see, whether said with malicious intent or…

Symptoms and treatment for Swine Flu disease

Symptoms of swine flu are similar to those of seasonal flu. These would include very high fever that keeps appearing occasionally, persistent coughing, running or stuffed nose, sore throat, severe body aches, chills, extreme tiredness and fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea that recur more often than they would in the case of seasonal flu. If you have…