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Chiropractic and Pregnancy: Ways to Protect You and Your Baby During Pregnancy

Chiropractic and Pregnancy: Ways to Protect You and Your Baby During Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be a wonderful time in a woman's life, but it can also be the source of significant pain. Conditions like back pain and migraine can make it difficult to sleep and can affect ...

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A Shocking Study Shows Heartburn Medication Linked to Kidney Complications

By Natural NewsDespite the name, heartburn has nothing to do with the heart, besides symptoms that, when severe, tend to resemble those of a heart attack. The typical burning sensation in the chest and esophagus are caused by irritation from stomach acid that's being slightly regurgitated. There is a direct correlation between highly acidic foods and the stomach's inability to sufficiently process the acid. Since most Americans would rather die a slow, miserable death than change what they eat regularly, Big Pharma has come up with some popular "solutions" – ones that quell the burning sensation of acid reflux while preventing the kidneys from filtering toxins properly. While life-threatening waste materials accumulate in their bodies, they continue consuming their favorite fried foods, processed baked goods,...

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13 Herbs to Lower Blood Pressure

There are many ways to treat high blood pressure, including lifestyle changes and/or medications. If you are interested in turning to traditional treatments for lowering your blood pressure, you have many options.If you are thinking of trying herbs for medical reasons, whether that means using the whole herb or a supplement, speak to your doctor first. Some herbs, especially in large quantities, may produce undesirable side effects or interfere with other medications. Basil Basil is a delicious herb that goes well in a variety of foods. It also might help lower your blood pressure. Extract of basil has been shown to lower blood pressure, although only briefly. Adding fresh basil to your diet is easy and it certainly can’t hurt. Keep a small pot of the herb...

NutriNerve: Breakthrough for Neuropathy

[caption id="attachment_26552" align="alignnone" width="1200"] This special formula was developed by Dr. Aaron Vinik, MD, the Director of Research and Neuroendcrine Unit at Eastern Virginia Medical School.[/caption]There are now 30 million people with diabetes in the US. There are furthermore 80 million people with prediabetes and metabolic syndrome. About half the people with diabetes develop nerve damage or neuropathy which is the most common complication of diabetes. Prediabetes does not escape its attention and about 1 in 6 people will also suffer neuropathy. Half the people will have pain and the remainder will have loss of strength, impaired vibration and touch or temperature sensation and reflexes and are prone to foot ulcers, amputations and falls and fractures with traumatic brain injury. More recently it has become...

The Tea That Lowers Blood Pressure

The Tea That Lowers Blood Pressure

The hibiscus flower is revered for its beauty, and it deserves equal respect for its healing powers. Many species have been used in traditional medicine, in addition to providing beverage teas. The tea is sour and tart—think cranberries—so people often add sugar and/or citrus....