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Dengue Fever in the Philippines

17th November 2011
Are our Doctors “barking up the wrong tree” in their efforts to get on top of the Dengue Fever outbreak in the Philippines? Despite their best efforts, people (mostly children) are still dying, why? The best that the medical profession can come up with... Read >
Author: Mervyn Penny

How to Treat Carpal Tunnel Without Surgery

27th July 2011
How to Treat Carpal Tunnel The extremely painful wrist condition, more commonly referred to in medical journals as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, currently affects around 20 percent of Americans today. The statistics are certainly alarming and it's no wonder... Read >
Author: Neil Case

What is Wellmune WGP?

29th January 2010
Wellmune WGP is a functional ingredient added to foods and beverages proven to be an effective immune system booster and type of immune system nutrition. Your body treats Wellmune like food for the immune system and it stimulates your natural defenses, pr... Read >
Author: Andrea Kropp

What Makes a Good Surgeon?

04th November 2008
Anyone who is considering surgery, whether bunion surgery or brain surgery, has a potentially stressful serious decision to make. It is important that you, as a patient considering surgery, make the right decision. By asking the right questions, and with ... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

Hypnose – Let Your Mind Rule Your Health

11th July 2007
It's all in the mind...The mental connection to the physical well-being is well documented throughout various medical journals. Hypnose is the vehicle to connect the mental faculties with the physical realities, thereby, inducing the sense of well-being. ... Read >
Author: Steve
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