symptoms of Chronic Lyme disease Complex or its co-infections may remain unseen or dormant until the individual is weakened by a trauma. This could be anything ranging from child birth or injury (like car accident) to something like the death of someone close, a divorce, or even a vaccine (as seen among children with weakened immune systems.)
Rima E. Laibow, MD, Medical Director for the Natural Solutions Foundation defines adrenal stress response, why it adrenal fatigue and stress are important to you for health and vitality, where to get testing and what it means.
Holy Hormones Honey! Dr. Mokhtar has written a beautiful and informative article. In order for women’s bodies to perform at their most optimum level, the hormones need to be balanced. The endocrine system is a sacred and beautiful orchestration for hormone harmony.
I found a very interesting article and explanation on Leaky Gut Syndrome written by Dr. Jeremy E. Kaslow. According to Dr. Kaslow “Leaky Gut Syndrome is a very common problem of modern society in part because of antibiotics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), like Motrin, Advil, Aleve, Vioxx, etc. While this discussion is not going to focus on the pros and cons of antibiotics or NSAIDs, both damage the natural balance the bowel requires to operate optimally.”
Fertility drugs could more than double the risk of offspring developing childhood leukaemia, academics cautioned this week. Each year, tens of thousands of women in Britain undergo fertility treatment, which usually demands they take drugs to stimulate their ovaries to produce more eggs.
Dr. Michael J. Breus
Clinical psychologist, board certified sleep specialist
June 13, 2011
Sleep problems are epidemic among women today. An astonishing three-fourths of all women in the U.S. have sleep problems at least some nights. And almost half of women usually awaken feeling tired or groggy.
Health Medical and Science Updates
A new national study shows that from 2005 to 2009 (the most recent year with available figures) there was a 49-percent increase in emergency department visits for drug related suicide attempts by women aged 50 and older — from 11,235 visits in 2005 to 16,757 in 2009. This increase reflects the overall population growth of women aged 50 and older.
Thursday, April 14, 2011 by: Dr. Carolyn Dean
While reading Blinded by Science, an amazing book that you can download for free on the internet at http://www.blindedbyscience.co.uk/ until April 30, 2011, I realized that most of the work I’ve done for the past 30 years has been ignored by science. I beat my head against the brick wall of medical and scientific complacency because people continue to suffer from the following conditions, and the best that doctors can do is offer them tranquilizers!