2016 Convention and Tradeshow Registration
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Skin Diseases: The Inside Scoop
Why are chronic skin conditions rarely skin deep? It might surprise you to know that most skin conditions have little to do with the skin per se. In fact, reaching for skin products will do little more than provide temporary relief at best, and can even worsen the problem. What do Acne, Read more..
Say Bye Bye to Allergies
The good news about allergies is that they can be treated and that your whole body will be healthier for it. All kinds of things can be done to enhance your immune system and to ultimately help get you off drugstore antihistamines. This article covers many of them. Some treatments Read more..
Ten Healthy Brain Tips
Preserving our brains as we age is one of the best forms of life insurance to help us enjoy our later years. All the most effective prevention tips are simple sensible lifestyle choices. Tip #1: Enjoy Cold-Pressed Coconut Oil daily. Its unique Medium Chain Tryglycerides (MCTs) content helps produce ketones, an alternative Read more..
Top Ten Natural Anti-Viral Agents
Winter is the time of year when we seem to be particularly vulnerable to all kinds of illnesses that are caused by viruses including colds, flu and cold sores. A virus is not to be confused with bacteria, which causes infection. Viruses are tiny bits of nucleic acids that contain Read more..
Top Five Cold and Flu Fighting Foods
You have probably heard of the phrase e "let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food?" These immortal words were first uttered by the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates (460-277 BC) who is the founding father of natural medicine. These words are especially applicable during cold and flu season when Read more..
How many bowel movements do you have a day? Did you know that is it common to have one bowel movement every other day? That is the most common frequency that I see in my practice. Did you also know that it is not normal to have less than 2 Read more..
Convention & Tradeshow 2012
Stress is an epidemic in the western world and a major contributing factor either directly or indirectly to coronary artery disease, cancer, respiratory disorders, accidental injuries, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide. Stress aggravates many other conditions and contributes substantially to the costs of health care systems. Stress is an important Read more..