Category Archives: Patient Education Guide

Abortion in America – Statistics

Number of reported legal abortions for selected years between 2000 and 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Abortion Surveillance Reports are as follows:                         … Continue reading

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Hybrid Diet May Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Avoid: red meat, butter, cheese, pastries, sweets, and fried & fast food. Eat: green, leafy veggies, other veggies, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish, poultry, olive oil, and wine (1 glass/day). The removal and addition of these foods help protect … Continue reading

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Glutathione Shots Reverse Vocal Cord Polyps Quickly!

Glutathione, a naturally occurring antioxidant with many physiologic functions, can quickly resolve vocal cord polyps. By Erik Goldman Glutathione, a naturally occurring antioxidant (a substance that prevents harmful chemical reactions) with many physiologic functions, can quickly resolve vocal cord polyps … Continue reading

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Allergies (Airborne)

Dr. William Whittaker, a prominent alternative medical doctor writes: “People with airborne allergies are cursed by an over-vigilant immune system, which responds to relatively harmless substances such as pollen, mold spores, or animal dander with an all-out attack. An antibody … Continue reading

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Risk of a Mammogram

While the controversy over mammograms continues to rage, I’m frequently asked my opinion on this topic. I am sure that whatever my position is on this controversy, it can be refuted from the medical literature. There are literally thousands of … Continue reading

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Scripture Prescriptions

Helpful verses for when you are… Angry Confused Depressed Deserted by loved ones Discouraged Fearful In doubt about God In financial trouble In need of peace Physically sick Troubled Angry Jam 1:19, 20 My dear brothers, take note of this: … Continue reading

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Adverse Drug Reactions: How Serious Is the Problem and How Often and Why Does It Occur?

Although some adverse drug reactions are not very serious, others cause the death, hospitalization, or serious injury of  more than 2 million people in the United states each year, including more than 100,000 fatalities. In fact, adverse drug reactions are … Continue reading

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About the Swine Flu

Thank you for asking my opinion about the Swine Flu epidemic. As far as science is concerned, I have only the opinions of the experts. The vice president says to avoid airplanes, and Dr. Mark from New Brownfels says it has … Continue reading

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Crohn’s Disease

We have successfully treated many cases of Crohn’s by using the methods described below. Normally we do a blood food allergy test and a comprehensive stool analysis (in addition to the routine lab) to determine the root cause of the problem. … Continue reading

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Lab Test Explanations

CBC (Complete Blood Count) Complete Blood Count is an essential test for almost all patients. It detects anemia, infections, leukemia, mononucleosis, and many other diseases. A complete blood count includes the following tests: White blood count: Determination of the number of white blood … Continue reading

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