Rosemary – A New Treatment For Low Blood Pressure?

Rosemary – A New Treatment For Low Blood Pressure?

Rudolf Weiss, the German herbalist, has some interesting ideas on low blood pressure. He describes it as being simply an aspect of a more deep seated problem. He also believes that when people have low blood pressure but no symptoms, that it does not require treatment. I do not suggest...

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What Causes Autism?

What Causes Autism?

What causes Autism is something every doctor hears when they tell a parent their child is Autistic. There is not one definite answer to this question. There are several thoughts on what causes Autism. Some of the causes of Autism are thought to be genetic. Doctors think there are several...

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ALCOHOL HAS NO FOOD VALUE

ALCOHOL HAS NO FOOD VALUE

Alcohol has no food value and is exceedingly limited in its action as a remedial agent. Dr. Henry Monroe says, “every kind of substance employed by man as food consists of sugar, starch, oil and glutinous matter mingled together in various proportions. These are designed for the support of the...

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Superfoods for a Super Pregnancy

Superfoods for a Super Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a wonderful time in your life.  It can also be very taxing and exhausting for your body, mind and spirit at times.  But by nourishing your body with these great superfoods, you’ll be energized, strong, and sharp, and ready to welcome your pending bundle of joy healthy and...

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American Ginseng

American Ginseng

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius, L.) is a perennial herb and grows wild in deciduous forests of the eastern United States. American ginseng is an erect plant that reaches a height of 0.3 to 0.7 meters and has fusiform roots, greenish-white flowers and red berries. The roots and rhizomes are often...

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Calcium helps the heart, nerves, muscles, and other body systems work properly

Calcium helps the heart, nerves, muscles, and other body systems work properly

Common Forms: calcium citrate, calcium carbonate, calcium gluconate, calcium lactate, calcium chloride, calcium malate, calcium aspartate, calcium ascorbate Overview Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body. It is essential for the development and maintenance of strong bones and teeth; roughly 99% of calcium in the body is deposited...

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Is It Really Dyslexia?

Is It Really Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is one of the many learning disabilities that have an effect on language, and the acquisition of new knowledge. However, if you suspect that you have this condition, you should get a formal assessment. This is because; dyslexia can be mistaken for other learning disabilities that are related with...

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Do Children Need Vitamins?

Do Children Need Vitamins?

It probably won’t surprise you that experts disagree on whether or not children should take vitamins. On one side of the debate are medical experts who believe that children obtain a sufficient amount of vitamins and minerals from their diet. On the flip side are medical professionals who view the...

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Dieting to Lose a Few Vanity Pounds

Dieting to Lose a Few Vanity Pounds

There are those among us who wish to lose a few pounds rather than 20 or more pounds. While many of us would be grateful if that were the case for us, most will find that the smaller the amount of weight needed to lose the more difficult it seems...

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Depression in Men

Depression in Men

Men are not like women.  Yes, I know that this is stunning news.  Alert the media! It’s true though; men are different from women in more ways than one would normally think.  Due to their differences they are more vulnerable to some serious side effects of depression. ‘Vulnerable’ isn’t a...

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