Believe it or not there may be an upside to psoriasis. Some researchers have dicovered that people with psoriasis are more likely to have gene varients that protect them against HIV-1. Scientists looked at more than 1,700 psoriasis patients and nearly 3,600 people who don’t have it. People who have psoriasis were significantly more likely [...]
What’s the best thing that we can do for our health? The following fun 9 minute video discusses a doctor’s view of the best thing we can do for our health. His opinion is backed by research and he poses an interesting challenge at the end. Watch now.
How many 8 ounce glasses of water do you drink a day? If you’re like most people you probably fall short of what you should be drinking. In fact many people reach for other drinks like soft drinks, coffee, tea, and alcohol before they reach for water. This is a problem for your body because [...]
Guest post by Stoyan Zaimov, Associate Editor The Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance Most people would agree that a cure for type 1 diabetes would be a dream come true – but what many don’t realize is how much power the diabetes community has to influence the research landscape. A cure would eliminate the need for [...]
This past weekend I attended “The Sedona Method Basic Course” held in Toronto, Canada, by Dr. Karyn C. Klapecki, one of five certified instructors, world wide, to teach the course. There are many ways to learn the Sedona Method – attend a weekend or week long course, read the book “The Sedona Method – Your [...]
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