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Osteoporosis Meds CAUSE Bone Problems

A few of my clients told me about a Tampa Tribune article in the 4YOU insert about a consumer who broke a leg and five weeks later suffered a fracture on her left femur. Her doctors concluded this was due to the drug Reclast, a prescribed treatment for Osteoporosis or Osteopenia. I told my clients of the...

Cayenne Pepper Rocks

John Raymond Christopher, America’s foremost herbalist, developed over 50 herbal formulas used universally today.  The rich history of therapeutic herbs and their medicinal value is often overlooked. After research and review of multiple compounds, I find Cayenne pepper to be a powerful compound with many...

Alzheimer’s Treatments Fail Consumers

The medical community admits that drugs used to treat Alzheimer’s disease have never shown quality of life improvement for users. They do not improve chances for independent living or reduce the need for institutional help. The Drug Facts Box helps consumers learn if a drug is “effective”,...

Good and Nutritious Food

As discussed in previous columns, denatured and toxic foods are making us a nation of sick and weak people.  The good news is that we can prevent illness and disease with proper lifestyle decisions.  Food is medicine that can heal or hurt. Learning new habits is better than accepting illness and...

Vitamin E Improves Alzheimer’s Disease

New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reports that a daily dose of vitamin E may help reduce functional decline for patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. Also reported was that care for these patients was reduced.   The study included over 600...

Skip the Baby Aspirin…the risks can be deadly

Popularity trumps science when it comes to using baby aspirin.  Consumers wonder how something as innocent as a tiny baby aspirin could be so dangerous but researchers are warning daily users there is more concerns than they have been led to believe. A comprehensive review reported that a daily low-dose...

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