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The following information is taken from Estrace’s package insert: Introduction This leaflet describes when and how to use estrogens, and the risks and benefits of estrogen treatment. Estrogens have important benefits but also some risks. You must decide, with your … Continue reading
The following information is taken from Premarin’s leaflet: ESTROGENS HAVE BEEN REPORTED TO INCREASE THE RISK OF ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA. Three independent, case-controlled studies have reported an increased risk of endometrial cancer in postmenopausal women exposed to exogenous estrogens for more … Continue reading
It’s not bad enough that your cheeks are chubby and your waist’s a tad wide. Now your doctor says that even your blood is too fat! Well, that’s not exactly what he said, but he might as well have. When … Continue reading
Low-dose naltrexone (LDN) holds great promise for the millions of people worldwide facing a possible death sentence from virtually incurable cancers and other diseases. In the developing world, LDN could provide the first low-cost, easy to administer, and side-effect-free therapy … Continue reading
Drinking a healthy smoothie a day will be a tremendous boost to most peoples’ well being. In order for the smoothie program to be successful it must meet at least the following criteria: It must be easy. It must be … Continue reading
Magnesium in Human Semen: Possible Role in Premature Ejaculation Although magnesium is involved in many biological processes, and it is found in higher levels in semen than serum, its role in human semen has not been elucidated. This investigation was … Continue reading
What to expect from your chelation treatment at The Whole Health Center Houston: We give chelation via an I.V. drip in your arm. The drip usually lasts from 1 to 2 hours, and is usually painless. You will be reclining in a … Continue reading
“Eat to live” diet by Dr. Furhman. Combination of Zinc, Saw Palmetto and Lyicopene. Antibiotics for 3 weeks (Minocycline or Bactrim). Repeat PSA. Increased sexual activities.
A salt-free diet is essential for lowering blood pressure. Eliminate all salt from your diet. Read all labels carefully and avoid those food products that have “soda, sodium, or the symbol Na.” Some foods and food additives that should be … Continue reading
Hypertension has many causes. It is known in medicine that under the classification of “essential hypertension” there are different types of conditions. Some cases of hypertension are erratic, while other cases are chronic. Some individuals respond favorably to a reduction … Continue reading