Category Archives: Patient Education Guide

Heat Illness Prevention

U.S. Department of Health And Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Heat-related deaths and illness are preventable yet annually many people succumb to extreme heat. Historically, from 1979 to 1999, excessive heat exposure caused 8,015 deaths in the United States. During this period, more … Continue reading

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Heavy Metals Affect Aging and Disease

Role of Heavy Metals in Diseases and Aging Research Confirms Benefits of Chelation with EDTA by Ward Dean, MD In the two previous issues of Vitamin Research News, both intravenous chelation therapy with EDTA were discussed. EDTA is a synthetic … Continue reading

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Hair Loss: A Growing Concern

Introduction There are many reasons why hair loss occurs, including nutrient excesses and deficiencies, impaired circulation, and hormonal imbalances.  Let’s begin by describing the structure and growth of hair. The Structure of the Hair Hair is a connective tissue composed … Continue reading

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Sciatica or Chronic Low Back Pain – Colchicine

Intravenous and oral colchicine is an invaluable treatment modality for people suffering from sciatica or chronic low back pain. Patients that have had sciatica for years despite seeing numerous specialists have experienced complete and permanent pain relief with as little … Continue reading

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DHEA

DHEA Hormone Basics The DHEA hormone remains at low levels throughout a child’s life until age 7 at which time the DHEA level will start climbing. The hormone will peak at its maximum by the time a human being is … Continue reading

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Lithium

Lithium Carbonate is a natural salt that is dug out of the ground (dirt) and is very similar to table salt. During the late 19th Century, French doctors noticed that the people who dug salt in the salt mines had … Continue reading

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Diet – The Hallelujah Diet

by Rev. George H. Malkmus People often ask me, “What do you eat?” Here is my answer: Breakfast One tablespoon of BARLEYGREEN* powder either dry and let it dissolve in my mouth or in a couple ounces of distilled water … Continue reading

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Brain Aging

Thousands of published studies show that brain aging can be controlled, at least in part. Some of these studies demonstrate a preventive effect, whereas others show a benefit in reversing the cognitive impairment caused by normal aging or by a … Continue reading

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Canker Sores: 13 Cures to a Pesky Problem

Floyd Bob has a bad mouth. He eats his pizza so hot the mozzarella melts his soft palate. He loves to suck on lemon drops that etch the lining of his cheeks. When he has to think real hard (that’s … Continue reading

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Depression: Symptoms & Nutritional Causes

Symptoms You feel sad, scared, or empty for weeks or months at a time. You feel down-hearted, blue and sad. You feel that you can’t help yourself get better. You feel hopeless or guilty. Morning is when you feel the … Continue reading

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