In a new study, researchers found that tart cherry can reduce joint pain and sore muscles in patients with non-metastatic breast cancer. The research was conducted by a team from Marshall University. Currently, aromatase inhibitors (AIs) are a standard treatment for hormone receptor-positive breast cancer in postmenopausal women. These drugs can help prevent recurrence of breast cancer by inhibiting the action of an enzyme responsible … Continue reading Health Benefits of Tart Cherry that You May Not be Aware of!
It can be called a silent killer, and to say it’s scary understates what is happening in neighborhoods across the Valley. One Phoenix family knows all too well the power of this. He was a firefighter, a war hero and a father who was taken down by something so small but so deadly. It only takes something as small as two grains of sand to … Continue reading Poisoned pills: Phoenix Firefighter, War Hero Dies After Taking Fentanyl-Laced Pill
State regulations fail to stop sales of marijuana that could make buyers sick Some of the marijuana products sold by Southern California stores and delivery services are loaded with banned toxic chemicals that could make you sick, according to an NBC4 I-Team investigation. “Why would you want to put poison in your body,” said Hinaxi Patel, technical director of Brightside Scientific in Long Beach, an … Continue reading Poisonous Pot Found in Some Los Angeles-Area Stores! (Hmmm, could it also be in your ‘weed dealers’ store too?)
Years ago, Constance Scott had two knee replacement surgeries and to this day is still battlings debilitating pain from her neck to her back. “I was taking ten milligrams of Percocet and ten milligrams of methadone,” Constance said. Doctors prescribed opioid pain relievers to help her, but she knew to keep her distance. “I don’t wanna take something so strong that it takes the pain … Continue reading Patients Find Alternative To Opioids In Custom-Made Lotions
Emma Phillips, 39, says she was given the nerve-pain drug Lyrica to help with her viral meningitis. Viral meningitis is a painful inflammation of the spinal cord caused by an infection. Lyrica is not indicated for its management. But Ms Phillips, like many other Australians, was given it anyway. She suffered from depression, but no mental health history was taken by her GP when he … Continue reading Lyrica (pregabalin) is linked to addiction and suicide, so why do doctors keep prescribing it?
ALL medications have dangers… I mean ALL. I have prepared a list for my readers of questions you need to print out and take with you to your doctor – each and every single time you visit him or her. Medication, whether it be a dangerous opioid or any other medication is a major commitment and a foreign chemical substance to your body. Anything and … Continue reading Questions to Ask your doctor when he/she prescribes an opioid, benzodiazepine, antidepressant, stimulant, antipsychotic, or other dangerous medication
A typical scenario is going to your doctor with some type of pain, anxiety, or mood issues. He (or she) gives you a few brief moments to describe what’s going on and then offers you Vicodin, Klonopin, and/or an antidepressant. The entire scenario exists in the space of about 30 seconds. You happily leave the office, after you pay your bill, and zoom over to … Continue reading How Much Time Did Your Doctor Spend Informing You About The Probability of Addiction, Organ Damage & Premature Death BEFORE He Gave You Your First Opioid, Benzo, or Antidepressant?
Have you ever tried a raw cannabis smoothie? While it may sound gross to some, there are several surprisingly good reasons why cannabis may be the next new superfood. Raw cannabis is not psychoactive, meaning that it is safe and healthy for people to consume in their diet. It’s also extremely nutrient rich, meaning that makes a big nutritional impact even in small doses. … Continue reading CBD – The Healing Without the High
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A Pennsylvania doctor who prescribed nearly 3 million doses of opioids during a recent 19-month period has been charged with causing the overdose deaths of five people, federal prosecutors said Thursday. The U.S. attorney’s office in Harrisburg said Dr. Raymond Kraynak, 60, of Mount Carmel, was indicted on five counts of drug delivery resulting in death, 12 counts of unlawful distribution of … Continue reading Doctor charged in deaths of 5 patients from opioid overdoses
Low dose naltrexone (LDN) may hold promise of helping a lot of people with chronic pain and autoimmune diseases. It has been shown to be particularly effective as an anti-inflammatory treatment option for conditions such as fibromyalgia, Cohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, lupus, Parkinson’s disease and host of other conditions. It is used typically in high doses (50mg) to combat alcoholism and drug withdrawal, but LDN … Continue reading Helpful Benefits of Low dose Naltrexone for Chronic pain and Auto-immune diseases.