Bladder leakage is an embarrassing yet common problem, but promising new solutions may soon make it a thing of the past. Urinary incontinence and bladder leakage affects an estimated 50 percent of all women, yet we rarely talk about it – or seek help.
Bleach has been given a bad name as a toxic substance, and it’s time to restore its squeaky clean reputation as a simple, oxygenating salt treatment.
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When it comes to innovative solutions for achy joints, tummy troubles, and even autoimmune flares, enzymes are the unsung heroes, waiting in the wings to spring into action and save the day!
Believe it or not, there is an ancient solution for the very modern threat of health effects from EMFs and 5G. I was recently on Coast to Coast with George Noory talking about what I believe is the biggest health threat we face…
It’s a Catch 22 –autoimmune disease causes inflammation that brings on weight gain, but maintaining a healthy weight is key to controlling autoimmunity.
Your thinning hair may be a sign that you’re not digesting and absorbing nutrients properly. Carla was just 30 years old when she started noticing her hair was thinning.
Whether you have tight muscles, scar tissue, or dimpled thighs, fascia is now in the spotlight as the culprit – and rightly so. But what is fascia and how do you fix it? lt all started with a MISDIAGNOSED Baker’s Cyst on the back of my right knee that had just been...
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You hold within your body the ultimate natural cure – your very own stem cells. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, it was such a joy to watch Christopher Reeve play Superman on the big screen – and such a devastating blow to see him paralyzed from the neck down.
Is your ever-increasing forgetfulness a sign of dementia – or could it be something you’re taking, or something you caught?
Become your own health advocate by learning to read what your test results really mean. Each year, we flock to our healthcare providers’ offices looking to see how our dietary and exercise habits – good or bad – have affected our health.