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Lyme Disease on the Rise

When the weather is warmer we enjoy more time outdoors and with warm weather comes more exposure to tick bites, which can lead to Lyme Disease. Lyme…

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Why Your Allergies May Be Worse Than Ever

With allergy season in full swing it's important to stay healthy. You not only want to survive, but thrive throughout these challenging months.…

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Eczema: More Than Just a Skin Condition

If you have ever had poison ivy then you understand how extremely itchy it can be. Now imagine having poison ivy all the time, for years on end. That…

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Nutritional Interventions for Asthma

The prevalence of asthma has steadily increased in the United States for almost three decades, with no signs of slowing down. According to the…

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Fennel: An Effective Treatment for Colic

Parents who give their infant a preparation of fennel seed oil at the onset of irritability and inconsolable crying may be able to reduce the…

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Are Phenolics Making Me Sick?

In 20 years of practice, I often have patients come to me with "unexplained illness" that conventional diagnostic tests, CT scans, MRI's and Xrays do…

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Sublingual Immunotherapy Effective Alternative Treatment for Allergies and Asthma

People who suffer from allergies and asthma now have a viable alternative to conventional injection immunotherapy in treating their symptoms.…

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Iron Deficiency: More Common Than You Might Think

Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world, affecting 20 to 50% of the world’s population; however, it occurs less…

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Fatty Acids and Vitamin E May Reduce Risk of Hay Fever

Consuming high amounts of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and vitamin E in the diet may reduce the risk of developing hayfever, according to a study in…

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Study Finds No Benefit in Using Echinacea to Treat Respiratory Infections

Children who take echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) at the initial onset of a cold or lung infection do not experience a reduction in the duration or…

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