Sneaky sleep saboteurs by Amanda MacMillan Getting a good night’s sleep is important for your mood, your energy levels, and your overall health. It’s also dependent on what you do during the day—how much physical activity you get, what you eat and drink, and how mentally stimulated you are—especially in the hours before you crawl… Read Article →

Uma irmandade da Califórnia tem uma devoção que muitos classificam de heresia. As freiras da Irmandade do Vale plantam marijuana, seguindo o calendário lunar, e depois produzem medicamentos naturais para maleitas como dores de cabeça, das costas e ressaca. Valha-nos Nossa Senhora da Marijuana: as freiras da Irmandade do Vale, em Merced, na Califórnia (um… Read Article →

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine system disorder that affects between 5-10% of women of childbearing age. Many of the ladies we work with on Extreme Weight Loss suffer from PCOS, and from what I hear from many of you on a regular basis, it’s affecting you too. If left untreated, PCOS can… Read Article →

This post first appeared on Darou Wellness. Go check out their amazingly informative blog about all things health related with advice from some of the leading Naturopathic Doctors in North America. Iread an article yesterday that has me extremely excited about the implications. The article is called “Hacking the Nervous System” by Gaia Vince (http://mosaicscience.com/story/hacking-nervous-system). In… Read Article →

A Fact Sheet People who use heroin for pleasure can become addicted to it easily. People who inject heroin are at risk for HIV and Hepatitis infection, heart infection (endocarditis), and other illnesses. Buprenorphine (byoo-preuh-nor-feen) is a medicine for treating heroin addiction. Buprenorphine works a lot like methadone, but instead of getting it at a… Read Article →

The Phase III clinical trial Fibromyalgia and chronic pain  are now open in the U.S.  and patient recruitment has begun. Patients will randomly receive placebo or the investigational drug IPP-201101  every four weeks for 48 weeks (pay you $ 2500 per week)plus standard-of-care treatment. Two hundred patients will be included in this trial, spread across 45… Read Article →

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