Meta-analysis of Vitamin D Sufficiency for Improving Survival of Patients with Breast Cancer
By SHARIF B. MOHR1, EDWARD D. GORHAM1,2, JUNE KIM1, HEATHER HOFFLICH2 and CEDRIC F. GARLAND1,2 There were approximately 234,580 new cases and 40,030 deaths from breast cancer in the United States in 2013 (1). Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide, with 1.7 million new cases and approximately onehalf million deaths in 2012 (2). While most studies have focused on the relationship between vitamin D and incidence of breast cancer, only a few studies have investigated the possible relationship between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D 25(OH)D status and cancer survival rates (3-7). The purpose of this study was to pool the results of known studies of the association between 25(OH)D status and breast cancer survival.
Mammography and Thermography Screenings
Thermography advocates have long supported a collaborative approach. The American College of Clinical Thermography describes thermography as “an adjunct to the appropriate use of mammography,” not a competitor. See how they compare.
Dr. Connealy Speaks About Insulin Potentiation Therapy at the 3rd Annual Conference & Expo – Integrative Oncology: IV Therapies 2014
On Friday, January 24th Dr. Connealy spoke about Insulin Potentiation Therapy.
Japan Radiation Poisoning America?
By Gordon McDonald, Ph.D, executive director of Research for the Koinonia InstituteLike a slow-motion train wreck, the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster is still causing damage long after the world’s media has left the news story behind.
On March 11, 2011, the most powerful earthquake ever to hit Japan triggered a tsunami with waves that reached as high as 144 feet. These waves swamped the Fukushima nuclear power-plant complex, causing a resulting shutdown leading to the world’s worst nuclear incident since the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.
Dirty Dozen List of Endocrine Disruptors
By EWG There is no end to the tricks that endocrine disruptors can play on our bodies: increasing production of certain hormones; decreasing production of others; imitating hormones; turning one hormone into another; interfering with hormone signaling; telling cells to die prematurely; competing with essential nutrients; binding to essential hormones; accumulating in organs that produce hormones. Here are twelve of the worst hormone disrupters, how they do their dirty deeds, and some tips on how to avoid them.
Oil pulling: A cheap, easy and effective solution to health woes? Modern research says yes
By Carolanne Wright (NaturalNews) Dating back thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine, oil pulling may seem like an unlikely curative miracle due to its simplicity. Yet practitioners of the therapy laud its effectiveness in healing everything from AIDS to diabetes, heart disease to leukemia. Testimonials aside, scientific research has shown oil pulling can vastly improve the condition of the gums and teeth by reducing dental bacteria, viruses and fungi – which in turn fosters overall health.
Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over
By Gary Stamper The heart-breaking news from Fukushima just keeps getting worse…a lot worse…it is, quite simply, an out-of-control flow of death and destruction. TEPCO is finally admitting that radiation has been leaking to the Pacific Ocean all along. and it’s not over.
By CFNM Unlike any other nutritional assessments, NutrEval FMV® provides a framework of core nutrients in 5 key areas: antioxidants, B vitamins, digestive support, essential fatty acids, and minerals. In this test, the amino acids are measured in a convenient first-morning urine collection.
Budget-Conscious Ways to Purchase Organic Foods
By WHFoods As many people scrutinize their finances, it’s important to not overlook one of our most important investments, our health. Eating healthfully can play an integral role in long-term health–let alone the level of energy and vitality we feel in the present–so it’s important to not give up healthy eating for fear that it costs too much to do so. When people think of healthy eating, they think that it costs much more than convenience and fast food. Yet, you can definitely eat well, with respect for your pleasure and health, while treating your wallet with respect.
The Island Where People Forget to Die
By Dan Buettner In 1943, a Greek war veteran named Stamatis Moraitis came to the United States for treatment of a combat-mangled arm. He’d survived a gunshot wound, escaped to Turkey and eventually talked his way onto the Queen Elizabeth, then serving as a troopship, to cross the Atlantic. Moraitis settled in Port Jefferson, N.Y., an enclave of countrymen from his native island, Ikaria. He quickly landed a job doing manual labor. Later, he moved to Boynton Beach, Fla. Along the way, Moraitis married a Greek-American woman, had three children and bought a three-bedroom house and a 1951 Chevrolet.
Ultraviolet Blood Radiation
By CFNM Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UVB) therapy is also known as biophotonic therapy, photo-oxidation therapy, or photoluminescence. A photo-oxidation (UVB therapy) treatment consists exposing a sample of the blood to an ultraviolet (UV ultraviolet A and C wavelengths) light briefly.
CBC Cocktail Recipe
By Center For New Medicine A useful treatment for detoxing
Coffee Enema Protocol
By Center For New Medicine An excellent detoxification regimen. Coffee contains alkaloids that help pull toxins into the GI tract and out of the system. Stimulates both the liver and gallbladder to remove toxins, opens bile ducts, increases peristaltic action, and produces enzyme activity for healthy red blood cell formation and oxygen uptake.
40 Benefits of Wheatgrass
By Center For New Medicine 40 reasons you should consume wheatgrass.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for the treatment of debilitating fatigue associated with HIV/AIDS
By CFNM Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Has the Ability to Assist Victim of HIV/AIDS
Time for Fall Greening!
By by Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. Americans waging war on germs use a staggering 300 million pounds of antimicrobial products every year! But being so squeaky clean could be a big mistake.
Flu Shot? Forget it!
By by Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. “So last year I got a flu shot,” Gary told me, “because everyone kept telling me I needed one. And then I got the flu. I’ll be darned if I’m doing that again this year. But what am I supposed to do to stay healthy?”
What You Need to Know About Radiation Protection
By Leigh Erin Connealy, MD To the best of my knowledge, very low levels of radiation have arrived in the U.S. from Japan. It’s important to remember, however, that we are exposed to other sources of radiation on a daily basis.
Is Excess Acid Ruining Your Health?
By Leigh Erin Connealy, MD Our bodies are designed to thrive, but that means correcting acid/alkaline imbalances, an often overlooked element in true health.
A Perfectly Healthy Pregnancy
By By Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy A healthy baby begins with two healthy adults – you and your partner! Here are six simple steps to help both of you get there.
Radiation Detox Protocol
By Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. I know as the Japanese Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant makes headlines, everyone is concerned about the possible radiation exposure. Information is confusing, but the jet of the particles may take 15 additional hours to a few days to be here. In theory, the authorities will not be able to deny the truth, and will tell us when that happens.
Live Cell Extract Therapy is Now Available In Center For New Medicine!
By Leigh Erin Connealy, MD Live Cell Extract Therapy is nothing new and has been regularly practiced in Europe. It is used in the field of integrative medicine mainly for cancer treatment, anti aging and immune disorders.
Bee Pollen Extends Lifespan
In previous studies, scientists showed that mice survived in a healthy condition when fed only a bee pollen granules diet and drinking water for 365 days.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment: The Safe, Effective Way to Enhance Your Body’s Healing Abilities
Human beings must have oxygen to survive. While food and water are vitally important, we can only live for a few minutes without oxygen. Unfortunately, our planet’s current atmosphere contains far less oxygen than it once did. Experts estimate that in prehistoric times, the Earth’s atmosphere contained 30 to 35 percent oxygen. Today, that figure is closer to 20 percent worldwide. In polluted areas, like the world’s ever-growing cities, oxygen content can be as little as 15 percent. Considering that it’s not possible to sustain life when oxygen levels are lower than 7 percent, you can see the current low levels of oxygen are anything but health enhancing.
Relief for Seasonal Allergies
Hard to believe that something as tiny as a speck of pollen can wreak havoc on one’s health. But as millions of people know, seasonal allergies (sometimes called hay fever or allergic rhinitis) due to pollen can cause uncomfortable symptoms like burning eyes, runny nose and itchy throat.
Integrative Treatment of Cancer Bill
This bill will change this paradigm in cancer by protecting physicians and naturopathic doctors who want to provide medicines and treatments that have research supporting their use. The bill includes strong provisions that protect the public by ensuring the patient is well informed about the treatment the doctor is providing, as well as provisions to regularly measure the progress of their treatments.
Healing With Photons
By by Len Saputo, MD “The pain is gone…I can’t believe it!” After two decades of unrelenting pain from diabetic neuropathy and a treatment program that not only profoundly interfered with his quality of life but also resulted in an addiction to a myriad of pharmaceutical drugs, Jack’s pain was suddenly gone. It was just that fast—two half-hour treatments with an invisible light and his pain disappeared. Incredible! No more medicines. He began feeling like his old self—he could think clearly and his zest for life returned. Jack’s family thinks it was a miracle.
8 Steps To A Healthy New Year!
By Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. Start off the new year by treating yourself to a healthy immune system. It’s never been easier (or tasted so good!) to be on top of your health.
Taking Care of Telomeres
By Leigh Erin Connealy , MD Fighting aging at the cellular level starts by supporting some of the smallest components with stress reduction, regula activity, nutritious food and a positive attitude.
Is it Depression … or Is it SAD ?
By Leigh Erin Connealy , MD Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects millions of Americans. If you’re one of them, read on to find out what you can do to feel better.
Dealing with Diabetes
By Leigh Erin Connealy , MD The disease is at epidemic levels, but lifestyle changes can help manage – or even reverse — the condition, while making you healthier overall.
The Flax Myth
By Wendy Sellens, L.Ac. and William Hobbins, M.D.Breast cancer is on the rise. The American Cancer Society estimated that the number of women diagnosed increased from 175, 000 in 1999 to 211,300 in 2003. Not only are the numbers increasing, but the women afflicted with breast cancer are getting younger.
Daniel Plan Recap
The event, that started early Saturday morning on June 11th, was part of the Daniel Plan, a program that the church encourages its members to participate in to improve their health. Dr. Connealy and Center For New Medicine donated $1000 for the Saddleback Global P.E.A.C.E. Plan.
Hormone Disruptors Rise From The Dead
By Mark Peplow Broken-down pollutants reform in the dark, casting doubt on environmental risk assessments.