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The Power of the Negative and the Positive in Treating Cancer 5/5 (1)

Arnold Hutchnecker, author of “The will to live”, wrote, “Depression is a partial surrender to death, and it seems that cancer is desperation at the cellular level”.   Humans are obsessed with the negative. Have you ever seen a TV news broadcaster who gives only good news? I heard an unusual l individual who tried that and […]

The Impact of Stress on the Immune System No ratings yet.

Stress seems to be an integral part modern life. It presses in upon us from everywhere – our jobs, our families, our neighbors, other drivers, the weather – you name it. You may think that these stresses create our attitudes, and they can. But it also works the other way around; our internal attitudes impact […]

The Secret of a Balanced Nutrition No ratings yet.

In the complex process of keeping our bodies functioning properly, nutrition supplies the elements necessary to keep 100 trillion cells carrying out their diverse activities. One of the most important activities in the body is a production of replacement cells. This is a vulnerable process because there are many elements that distort genetic information and […]

Amounts of Fruits and Vegetables for Cancer Prevention No ratings yet.

Five or more servings of fruits and vegetables daily will help you prevent cancer. A serving equals 1/2 cup of fruit or vegetables, a cup of raw leafy vegetables, a medium-sized piece of raw fruit, or 170 g of fruit or vegetable juice. It is best to eat the fruits and vegetables raw. Cooking destroys […]

Laughter at the Cellular Level No ratings yet.

When you laugh, this is an overview of how your body changes at the cellular level: Cells that produce antibodies increase in number. Cells that combat viruses fall into formation and get ready for battle. All of this is the direct result of a good joke! No wonder comedians like George Burns live so long! […]

What is Alternative Medicine? Part 1 No ratings yet.

In general, alternative medicine is anything that has not been tested, approved, recommended or condoned by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the American Medical Association (AMA) of the United States of America. The United State’s medical system is benchmark for the rest of the world, an anything  that is approved by the FDA […]

Reducing your stress factors: Learn from Nurses No ratings yet.

ARE YOU STRESSED out? You’re not alone. More than 75 percent of all Americans see their lives as being too complex. Work and family stress pile on fatigue and stress-related emotions and can create a looming sense of hopelessness and futility. The causes of stress and anger are many. Here are the top ten reasons […]

The War on Cancer: The Beginning No ratings yet.

by Dr. Francisco Contreras, MD.     Eradicating cancer is the greatest challenges medical science has ever faced. No other disease has had more money ore more hours of scientific study devoted to it. Since the 1920’s when the United States government first funded studies on cancer, vast resources have been invested in the search […]