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Nurse Infected With Ebola One Week Later Ebola Free?

WHAT?  How can someone get infected with the “deadly” Ebola virus and one week later be clear of the virus?  Did she get some high-powered antibiotic that killed the virus?  Did she take some anti-virus drug that cleaned the virus from her body? 

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Ice Bucket Challenge & ALS Association

It may still be warm outside but some are cooling off in a fun new way. As of August 16, the ALS Association has raised more than $11.4 million dollars in donations. The popularity and viral online surge of the “Ice Bucket Challenge” have not only raised awareness but will aid in funding valuable medical research. 

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Why Antibiotics Make You Sicker

Why Antibiotics Make You Sicker

Antibiotics are common medical treatment for bacterial infections.  Antibiotics not only attack the “bad bacteria” (the flies) but they also kill the good bacteria that fight off the other invaders.  Since 80% of the body’s immunity is in the gut, taking an antibiotic orally sends it straight to the epicenter of your body's defense system.

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Multiple Sclerosis Doctor Charlotte

One day while sitting in his wheelchair, Mauricio, who had been battling multiple sclerosis for several years, saw an article in his small-town paper about a lady who had traveled to the United States to get help for her medical condition—help she said she’d been unable to find in Europe.  

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Vestibular Disorders Treatment

As we have blogged about in the past, vestibular disorders are a huge problem. “From 2001 through 2004, 35.4% of US adults aged 40 years and older (69 million Americans) had vestibular dysfunction. 1  The worst part about these syndromes is conventional medicine has very few solutions to offer.

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