Monthly Archives: May 2017
I have been aware of some of these new therapies because of my friend, who had an aggressive brain tumor. He beat all odd and 3 years later is tumor free and in remission. He combined chemo and radiation therapy with other non conventional treatments of detoxification, nutritional diet and vitamin supplements. My friend by all statistic should have died shortly after his diagnosis. I hope and pray that research finds a non invasive therapy to fight cancer in the future. I think we should all detox our bodies to prevent illness.
tick remedies. It is that time of year. I have already picked 3 off coco today. I am going to try the vinegar one.
I am not going to lie… These critters creep me out! Heebie-jeebies here people… Let’s kill these buggers!
This season is predicted to be the worst on record for ticks, and now that spring has sprung, many of us already have bites to show for simply venturing outside. This proves you don’t have to walk deep into the woods to come in contact with ticks. But how can you stay safe?
Prevention is the best way to avoid the itching and the devastating effects of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses, such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Powassan encephalitis, babesiosis, ehrlichiosis, and anaplasmosis, just to name a few, that can be transmitted by tick bites. There are many different types of ticks (the blacklegged tick, or deer tick, is notorious for spreading Lyme disease and its co-infections) but the risk of developing these infections depends on several factors, including your…
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I had a parathyroidectomy on Monday. The tumor was removed. My parathyroid hormone- and calcium- levels have dropped to normal levels. It has been a long journey and a scary ordeal. I just have to heal and recover from the surgery. I am on the mend.
I will post more information later.
I did not know they compared Oxycontin to Heroine. No wonder why it is so highly addictive. I have been in a lot of pain do to Primary Hyperparathyroidism. I have had to take pain killers at night so that I can sleep. Since I have stomach issues, I have to be cautious. Oxycodone I asked for the lowest dosage to see if I was allergic to it. The dosage was too low to be effective for me. I asked to change to another pain killer instead. I went to a preoperative meeting last week. The anesthesiologist discussed medications with me and wanted to give me Oxycodone. I find it alarming that it is still the pain killer of choice considering the article above. It is important to be read up on health issues.