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Posted: Sat, 07/28/2018 - 00:35

Slapping the monitor on the side only works so much if I have trouble with my computer. Many times something not functioning well may be reversed restarting the computer. The reset button is common with recent technology.  The same thing goes for other electrical devices throughout the house.

Posted: Sat, 07/28/2018 - 00:33

Similar age groups today compared with those 75 years ago show a significant drop in hormone levels. For males, this may be up to a 40% drop in testosterone. The so-called metabolic syndrome (consisting of obesity, elevated cholesterol, and blood sugar problems or diabetes) that develops in middle age patients is many times a sign of chemical and hormone imbalance.

Posted: Sat, 07/28/2018 - 00:32

Overall health involves balance which includes a chemical and hormonal component and a mind-body connection. As far as prolonging health and longevity, I frequently talk about detoxification since this is very important to maintain balance.  Generally with detox I point out about chemical exposure from food and our environment. In addition there is an electromagnetic component to this.

Posted: Sat, 07/28/2018 - 00:30

My brother reviews the news broadly every day as part of his work. The attached article was sent to me.

http://www2.cenegenics.com/e/49072/ientists-to-point-blame-at-fat/9mrw9q/478388589

Posted: Sat, 07/28/2018 - 00:27
The first thing I would admit is that I do not know all the answers or that I am an expert. What I offer with the information presented in this book is a view from a small window about cancer survival and healthy living. My conventional (allopathic) experience includes medical school, a rotating internship in a large charity hospital, five years of surgical training, several medical missions to Third World countries, and 30 years in private practice. I then add my doctoral training and personal adventures with patients using natural medicine alternatives. This section contains opinions based on my studies, observations, and experience. I feel they are unbiased, developed from a wide background, and initiated by curiosity. In this chapter, I plan to cover a wide range of material with no specific references since the information provided is widely available. It is by no means comprehensive but presented in a general sense and in the manner I approach patients using lay terms.