Diet Soda Increases Stroke and Cardiovascular Disease.

This weeks topic of the week. A 2011 Study found that people who drank a diet soda daily had a 48% increase in strokes and a 61% increase of any “cardiovascular event”. These include strokes, heart attacks and blood clots. The Northern Manhattan Study was first presented at the American Stroke Association International Stroke Conference […]

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Probiotics Improve Bone Density

A study on animals shows that supplementation of probiotics improves bone density: “We know that inflammation in the gut can cause bone loss, though it’s unclear exactly why,” study researcher Laura McCabe, a professor at Michigan State University, said in a statement. “The neat thing we found is that a probiotic can enhance bone density.” […]

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Ilicium Supreme 20% off in February

This month I will be showcasing Illicium Supreme. One of my new favorites of the Supreme products, Illicium Verum is the fruit of a tropical evergreen. It has been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine. Traditionally it has been used for irritated stomachs, indigestion, nausea, reduce hernias, and increase libido. Modern research shows that […]

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Breast Cancer: Iodine Therapy May Put Cancer Into Remission

In the article, they refer to Lugol’s solution, but I’m pretty sure that they used Iodoral, a tablet form of Lugol’s:   In his book, Iodine: Why you need it, why you can’t live without it, David Brownstein M.D. reports three cases of spontaneous regression of breast cancer after iodine supplementation. The first patient, Joan […]

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Product of the Month: 5-MTHF 20% off!

5-MTHF on sale this month 20% off. One in seven people cannot convert folic acid to its final usable form. Many are significantly benefited from supplementation of the 5-MTHF form of folic acid. This product helps with detoxification, headaches, thinking, depression and emotional issues, inflammation, and learning disabilities.  This genetic defect can play a role […]

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Is your memory playing tricks on you? Check your medicine cabinet!

I’m sending this out as a topic of the week. I’ve already written about the dangers of cholesterol lowering statin drugs on memory, brain function (and pain). A new study shows that medications for insomnia, itching, allergies, and anxiety can also cause memory loss: Is your memory playing tricks on you? Check your medicine cabinet! Common medication […]

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Product of the Month: Vitamin D 20% off

It’s the end of September and I’m recommending people to start back on Vitamin D.  I am recommending that everyone living this far north start on either 2,000 iu or 5,000 iu a day of Vitamin D to prevent illness. Vitamin D is more effective at preventing the flu than flu shots and it has […]

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F.lux: A tool for Computer Related Insomnia

This weeks Topic of the Week. One of the stressors that will cause us to go out of alignment is lack of sleep. One thing that will keep people up at night is working on the computer. I’ve talked about this problem before with TV, Computers, and Sleep. Computers and TVs produce lots of blue light. Blue […]

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All Essential Fatty Acids: 20% Off

Fish Oil, DHA, Flax seed oil, Borage oil, Krill, Black Current, Evening Primrose, Cod liver, 3-6-9 combinations from Thorne and NOW are all 20% off for the month of April. According to University of Maryland Medical Center, omega-3 fatty acids may also be used for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, […]

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LA Times: Drug deaths now outnumber traffic fatalities in U.S., data show

Propelled by an increase in prescription narcotic overdoses, drug deaths now outnumber traffic fatalities in the United States, a Times analysis of government data has found. Drugs exceeded motor vehicle accidents as a cause of death in 2009, killing at least 37,485 people nationwide, according to preliminary data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and […]

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Topic of the Week: Radiation Update

Sign up for Dr. Michael’s email updates. On March 11th, an earthquake in Japan caused a Tsunami that killed upwards of 20,000 people. The Tsunami damaged the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant which houses six nuclear reactors. Power and the ability to cool the reactors failed. Explosions with release of radiation occurred at reactors number 1, […]

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Headache Pills Can Cause Headaches

This weeks Topic of the Week was originally published on page 16 of the February 2011 edition of The Chiropractic Journal. New information from a Consumer Reports (CR) health research report: their headaches may be caused by the drugs they’re taking to treat them! “It’s not uncommon for people to experience medication-overuse headaches, there ” […]

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Vitamin D Controversy: IOM triples the RDA

If you take anything from the recent controversy from a new report by the Institute of Medicine it is that they tripled the amount of vitamin D that they were recommending and doubled the amount that they considered a safe dose. The change in their recommendation was to increase what they were recommending from a […]

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Another Painkiller off the Market: Darvocet and Darvon

From look Darvocet pulls drug off U.S. market under pressure from FDA” href=”http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2010/11/maker_of_darvon_darvocet_pulls.html” target=”_blank”>Cleveland.com: WASHINGTON (AP) — The maker of the painkiller Darvon is pulling the drug off the market under pressure from public health officials who say it causes dangerous heart rhythms. The Food and Drug Administration says the drugmaker Xanodyne will halt marketing […]

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Introducing Jeanne Wilson CCT

Jeanne Wilson is a Certified Clinical Thermographer who will be joining us on a monthly basis to provide Thermography sessions. Thermography can be used in the early detection of breast, skin, and other cancers, thyroid problems, carotid artery blockages, as well as other processes: In 1995 I was 31 yrs old, and had 4 children, […]

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What is Clinical Thermography?

Taken from International Academy of Clinical Thermography. Clinical thermography, otherwise known as infrared imaging, is based on a careful analysis of skin surface temperatures as a reflection of normal or abnormal human physiology. The procedure is commonly performed either by the direct application of liquid crystal plates to a part of the body, or via ultra-sensitive […]

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United Breast Cancer Foundation Backs Thermography for Early Detection

This weeks Topic of The Week. Starting October 18th, we will be having Jeanne Wilson, a Certified Clinical Thermographer, offering sessions on a monthly basis. I’ll have more information on a following post and you can also call our office for more information and to get scheduled. Breast thermography is a diagnostic imaging procedure to aid in […]

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Medical doctors who don’t push vaccinations

I periodically get requests for medical doctors that don’t push for vaccinations. Recently, a patient of mine (who is a new mom) was bullied and lied to by her pediatrician until she consented to having her newborn inoculated. After this incident she did some research and found this website, where she found a new doctor and is […]

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U.S., Australia, Europe Ban Flu Shot In Children

This years flu shot is a world first. It is a combination shot of the seasonal and swine flu strains. The flu season is almost over in Australia where these new vaccines have been given to patients. One version of the flu shot called Fluvax has been linked to convulsions in one in 100 children […]

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