Bone health – Is there a natural way to achieve it?

Until recently, patients of mainstream medicine were given a choice between two medical options for treating thinning bones, be it a diagnosis of osteopenia or the more-severe osteoporosis that they carry. Weight-bearing exercise is known to increase bone mass,1 but I am not content with trusting in that alone, as I suspect most are not.…

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Cancer: So Much More That We Can And Should Be Doing

Several weeks ago, a friend recommended that I read the book “Surviving Cancer & COVID-19 Disease: The Repurposed Drug Revolution” by Justus Hope, MD, an obvious pseudonym. The fact that he felt the need to use a pseudonym is telling. He is doubtless aware that his truth-telling could end his career. For example, Dr. Ryan…

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Are You Iodine Deficient?

I had meant to write an article on fluoride, however, a colleague recently recommended a book on iodine, and these two substances’ importance intertwines in a way I had never before realized. We will start with the story of fluoride. Fluoride was one of the several topics murmured to be linked to health conditions, but…

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Are Parasites A Common Source of Disease?

American doctors are explicitly taught during medical school and our training that, aside from pinworm infections in children, parasites are not a common cause of disease in this country. Paradoxically, medical students are frequently tested on all manner of parasitical infections, and the clue to the correct answer is always in the travel history provided…

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