Is A Canola Healthy?

With National Nutrition Month underway, a big question to ask yourself is “Am I cooking with the right oils”?  I’m sure everyone reading this right now has thought about that at least one hundred times before, but in order to keep you and your family healthy you have to be one hundred percent sure you […]

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The Superman Of Cancer Fighters

By Dr. Jake Schmitz The biggest buzzword that is going around today is “detox.” It seems everyone has done at least one cleanse of some sort; however, if you want your detox to be effective, then you need to get to know glutathione.  Glutathione is the most powerful antioxidant on the planet. Most people have […]

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Cancer Costs Skyrocket – Avoid Cancer and an Empty Pocketbook!

By Dr. David Schwartz Last year cancer cost Americans an estimated $124.6 billion. This number is expected to continue to increase sixty percent over the next decade and total over $207 billion by 2020.1 Cancer treatments are the most expensive medical therapies and medication costs per month and can put you into bankruptcy.  The newer drug […]

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U.S. Healthcare System Gets An “F”

WASHINGTON — The nation’s youngest and oldest citizens are suffering the most from a fragmented, wasteful and dangerous health care system, according to a new study. When compared with nearly two dozen other industrialized countries, the United States has the highest infant mortality rate and the lowest life expectancy for people who have reached age […]

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What To Do When My Child Has a Fever

  Ricky Ngo, DC and Megan Rall In order for every parent to make an informed decision when their child has a fever, we need to be very clear on what the benefits and risks are of having a fever. Many of you just did a double take when you read that a fever can […]

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