While I have long been aware that most of our corn and soybeans have been genetically modified, I recently became aware that our wheat has also been tampered with. According to Dr.
"The Field" by Lynne McTaggart chronicles the quantum physics research, which shows that this vast field of interconnectedness has no boundaries in space or time. Because there are no boundaries in space or time, the past, present, and even the future can be ascertained. One can no longer think in 2D or even 3D. These ideas are interesting, but what is the relevance for us on a daily basis?
Last month I discussed my decision to make an appointment with Dr. Robert Bard for a prostate exam using his 3D Color Doppler Ultrasound. Given that my PSA levels were consistently low, I was stunned when that test revealed that I had an advanced case of prostate cancer with a possible metastasis.
I have written in the past about prostate cancer and about the use of a noninvasive technology called 3D color Doppler ultrasound for the diagnosis of prostate cancer and for the monitoring of the prostate. This month I wish to explain why I believe that this special ultrasound should replace the
I am very concerned about the fact that so many of my patients and friends are taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs. These are dangerous drugs, and they are being handed out like candy. They are even being prescribed for people with cholesterol values in the 190-200 range. This is absurd.
There is a big debate raging about the future of our health care system; health care costs are out of control, and some feel that having the government run healthcare will bring down those costs. I feel that changing the paradigm of medicine and dentistry is the only way to establish a true health-care system, not a disease-care system like we have now.
This month I would like to reflect upon observations I have made during my years of practice.
In this newsletter, I would like to discuss lasers, not from a technical point of view, but strictly from a clinical perspective. Lasers in dentistry today are used both to remove tooth structure and to treat periodontal disease. I use two types of lasers, one "hot" and one "cold".
As I mentioned last month, early detection is the best way to ensure survival from prostate cancer. This month I am going to discuss alternative, complementary approaches available for the treatment for prostate cancer. Many of these will also be helpful in preventing cancer.
You have been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Now, what do you do? There is no one right answer; many things need to be factored in.
This month and next I would like to discuss the prostate gland. First, I will explore the symptoms and problems associated with the prostate, especially cancer. Then I will discuss methods of diagnosis and the different types of treatments.
Hair analysis is another useful tool to help patients. What is hair analysis? It is a soft tissue mineral biopsy, which also measures levels of both toxic and non-toxic metals. However, as you will see, if interpreted properly, hair analysis reveals much more.
In over 30 years of practice, I have seen that my female patients seem to have more stress related problems and fatigue than ever before. This degree of stress and fatigue can interfere with a woman's medical as well as dental health, and even her sexuality. This month I am interviewing Dr. Elena Sokolova, MD, ND.
Do you suffer from arthritis, lupus, M.S., sinusitis, prostatitis, cystitis, ulcerative colitis, or any other "itis"? If so, you will want to read further.
In the last issue of this e-zine, I addressed some disturbing news that has been emerging in the dental world. Cases of necrosis (death) of the jawbones that are unresponsive to treatment are currently being reported. The common denominator for the patients in all these cases was the taking of drugs used to treat osteoporosis, osteopenia and bone cancer.
Some disturbing news has been emerging in the dental world. It is being reported that there are cases of necrosis (death) of the jaw bones which are unresponsive to treatment.
Last month I discussed "Super Bugs" and the fact that approximately 100,000 people die every year from infections involving these antibiotic-resistant hospital-acquired strains of bacteria.
Is there anything that can be done to combat such infections without having to rely on antibiotics?