The October 8 discussion on Warrior Connection was about alternative treatments such as acupuncture and tens unit use with Dr. Lisa Conboy, MA, MS, ScD; Instructor in Medicine, Part-time, Director of the Research Department, The New England School of Acupuncture at MCPHS University and her colleague Dr. Beth Sangree of The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School. Download this episode (right click and save)
The Infectious Myth – Judy Mikovitz on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autism, Viruses and Medical Corruption Summary – 05.23.17
Judy Mikovits is a PhD scientist who was worked for government and drug companies studying viruses. She crossed some powerful people and ended up in jail for mysterious reasons. Did this have something with her persistence in saying that a virus might be involved in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Autism? But, unlike most virologists, she also believes that toxins play …
The Gary Null Show – 03.16.17
CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE MINDS
The Body-Mind Self, and the epigenetics of our culturally learned beliefs upon our health and quality of life
Ask The Blood Detective – Lyme disease lies – 12.17.16
Dr. Michael Wald is a double board certified nutritionist with a medical education, a chiropractic and other nutritional degrees. Dr. Wald, has a reputation as a blood detective, due to his attitude of digging deep for Health answers for his patients and the public. Dr. WALD has spent the last 26 years investigating the most controversial topics that influence your health, longevity and disease risk. His latest show, Lyme disease Lies well open your eyes to the controversies and lies surrounding Lyme disease treatment testing and potential health impacts. This is not just another Lyme disease show!
Nicole Sirotin – Technological advances will drive our quest to live longer
Medical technologies that have long been detailed in science fiction are becoming realities in the world’s laboratories and hospitals, which makes extending the average lifespan to triple digits much more viable. Expectation is growing within medical and scientific circles that technology can “cure” the ageing process, especially considering how the rapid evolution of healthcare tools has lengthened life expectancy over …
Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D – What If Home Birth Is Actually SAFER Than Hospital Birth?
During a February thunderstorm, with her toddler sleeping peacefully down the hall, Jennifer Lang gave birth to her second child. Nico was born just 90 minutes after the first contraction, in the bathtub of Lang’s home in Benedict Canyon. “It’s a very convenient place to have a baby,” Lang points out, adding that the labor went so quickly that her …
Claire Bernish – Thousands Have Cancer, Hundreds Are Dead From A Massive Chemical Attack On Americans
Asbestos. Though you’re likely familiar with the insidious minerals used in fireproofing and a number of other applications, first responders to the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and residents in the area know intimately the dangers it can pose. Once you’ve breathed in even a single fiber of asbestos — a “known human carcinogen” — you’re theoretically …
DOES TYLENOL MAKE US MISS MISTAKES?
Acetaminophen is an effective painkiller, but it could also be blocking our brain’s ability to detect errors. “Past research tells us physical pain and social rejection share a neural process that we experience as distress, and both have been traced to same part of the brain,” says Dan Randles, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto. Recent research has begun …
IEat Green – Jessica Rieder – 04.07.16
Dr. Rieder obtained a medical degree from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. She obtained her pediatric internship and residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. At the completion of her residency she served an additional year as a Chief Resident at Montefiore Medical Center. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in adolescent medicine at Montefiore and subsequently earned a master’s degree in Clinical Research from Albert Einstein college of Medicine. She obtained NIH funding to complete her fellowship and Clinical Research Masters work.
Dr. Rieder joined the faculty of the Department of Pediatrics at Montefiore and Albert Einstein in 2001. Her work has focused on understanding the nature and diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome in adolescent girls and in designing a multi-disciplinary adolescent-focused obesity management program. She founded the Bronx Nutrition and Fitness Initiative for Teens (B’NFit) program in 2005 and has been studying the program effectiveness in terms of program implementation, feasibility and outcomes related to changes in BMI and lifestyle behaviors.
Joseph Mercola – Anxiety Drug Overdoses in U.S. Hit Record Levels
Prescription drug overdoses have become alarmingly common in the U.S., with opioid painkillers, such as Vicodin and Oxycontin, among the drugs most frequently making headlines. New research shows another class of drugs — benzodiazepines or “benzos” — is rising in the ranks of overdose deaths, however.1 Prescriptions for such drugs, which include brand names Valium, Ativan and Xanax, tripled from …
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