Thursday, September 26, 2013

White and Green Tea – Miracle Teas

Protect you heart and brain while preventing cancer
Edited by Russell L. Blaylock, MD, and lightly abridged by Roger French
Tea isn’t just a refreshing drink anymore. Numerous stories have appeared in the popular press touting the health benefits of green tea, including anti-cancer effects, weight loss and antioxidant properties.

How to Improve Memory:14 Tips

Memory is our ability to process information; we encode, store and retrieve information by memory. Many of us would love to be able to improve our memories, and, also, because memory is so important to our daily functioning, it is important to take steps to guard against memory degeneration.


By: Roger French

Q. Our son has a form of focal epilepsy with partial and absent seizures. We have had no success using drugs and wish to have him drug-free. Can you tell me what natural alternatives are available?

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Smokers Cough Treatment

By: Christopher Jacoby

Coughing is a reflex to clear partially obstructed airways and throat. Although repeated coughing is annoying, it is often important to protect yourself and eject unwanted materials. Coughs can be chronic or acute. Chronic coughs often last for more than two weeks. On the other hand, acute coughs last for shorter duration.

Crackling While Exhaling

By: Gary Wickman

Crackling when you exhale can be an alarming and unsettling experience – especially as it can be described as a 'death rattle' – but could be a sign of various conditions, not all of which are serious. Taking note of crackling when exhaling is recommended, as is getting medical attention to identify the possible causes. Here we will have a look at some of the various things that may be causing the problem to help you self diagnose the problem – but you should still get it checked by a medical professional.

Is Tuberculosis Contagious?

By: Laurel Avery

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that primarily affects the lungs, and the number of cases of TB is on the rise. Many people think of TB as a rare disease that only affects people in undeveloped countries, but that is not the case any more. Since the 1980s, the number of cases of TB has risen dramatically due to the spread of HIV, which is the virus that causes AIDS.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Tonsil Stones, Tonsilloliths Removal Methods

by Josh Katherman
(Williamsport, PA - USA)
I'm writing an article on methods of tonsil stone removal! Some have worked for me fairly well, some haven't but nevertheless I'm covering all of the popular methods of removal.