Food for Parkinson’s

Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease is life-changing, and it can be a terrifying diagnosis for many people. Considered to be a progressive, neurodegenerative disease, the debilitating symptoms of Parkinson’s can vary from person to person. Symptoms include muscle tremors, muscle pain, decreased dexterity, speech difficulty, dementia, depression, insomnia, constipation, urinary problems, weakness, mobility issues, and…

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Traditional and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Did you know that most of your essential bodily functions are controlled by the hormones in your body? It’s true. Hormones act as the internal communication system between the cells in your body, directly impacting almost every bodily function. Because of this, when your hormones go out of balance, it has a direct effect on…

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HRT and Menopause

All women eventually go through menopause. The average age women start experiencing menopause is 51. However, depending on the woman, the menopause process can begin as early as 30 years old. Menopause brings numerous symptoms and side effects. Because most women experience one or more of these symptoms, they turn to medication, home remedies, and…

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Vitamin C IV Therapy

Whenever a person gets sick, it’s common to hear the age-old advice “take vitamin C.” A vital nutrient, vitamin C is known to help the body heal, as it can help reduce the severity of colds and the flu. Vitamin C is essential to the human body. Without it, a person can end up with…

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Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance

Produced in the endocrine glands, hormones help regulate many of the major bodily processes. Hormones tell your body what to do and when to do it, and help keep the body in tune and functioning correctly. Unfortunately, as we age, things can go out of whack, and hormonal imbalance can occur, causing you to have…

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Health Benefits of Saunas

The health benefits of saunas have been touted for thousands of years, and for a good reason. Sweating it out in a sauna can make a person feel better and can even offer some life-changing benefits. Heat therapy has been used for thousands of years and is engrained in many cultures because of the health…

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Exciting new research has shown that a fungus called Malassezia, and perhaps others like candida, play a major role in the formation of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Martin Lawrence, a researcher at The Malassezia Project in Montreal believes this fungus is contributing to the excessive inflammation seen with theses bowel diseases. Advanced DNA technology…

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As part of every pediatric workup, a child must have their lead levels checked to make sure there is no environmental exposure to lead. If your child is not sitting in the corner of your living room eating paint chips off your windowsill, chances are we stop testing for lead in the blood at a…

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treatment for measles

Measles, a highly contagious sometimes fatal infection characterized by fever, malaise, cough, conjunctivitis, and rash, has been a growing concern in our developed country. In recent months, there have been outbreaks of the disease in the New York area. In 2018, New York and New Jersey accounted for more than half of the measles outbreaks…

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