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Adjunctive Treatments for Congestive Heart Failure

Approximately 5 million Americans have congestive heart failure, and it contributes to 300,000 deaths annually. Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart muscle—damaged by a heart attack, chronic hypertension or coronary artery disease, infection, drugs or toxins—is unable to pump…

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Statins and Their Side Effects

Did you know that cholesterol-lowering statin drugs … * Have been used in the US since 1987, and during that time there have been numerous articles discussing their toxicity. Yet your doctor still says statins are safe! * Are the most successful class of drugs in history, generating more…

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Heal Your Body With Thermotherapy

Thermotherapy, or heat therapy, turns up in more than 26,000 scientific papers in the National Library of Medicine, and the list of conditions treated is diverse. That’s not surprising since people have been using heat to heal diseases and disorders for millennia. Hippocrates prescribed water…

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Snoring: Mere Nuisance or Real Health Problem?

Several years ago, at the request of my wife—who put up with my snoring but was disturbed by the increasing frequency of episodes when I appeared to stop breathing—I got tested for sleep apnea. In case you aren’t familiar with this condition, apnea means “no breath,”…

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