Megadosing Vitamin C: The Wonderful Healing Adventure of Herbie the Hedgegog

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The other day I learned from my god-sister that she was nursing a seemingly dying hedgehog whom was nicknamed Herbie. It just so happened that we had in store the stock bottle of vitamin C for parenteral use, and we decided that there was nothing to lose by applying some C to Herbie. Here’s the written testimonial by my god-sister:

A couple of weeks ago, Scottie found a little hedgehog while outside mowing. It was laying out in the grass ...

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A Pre-agricultural Diet Promises More Than Immunomodulators in Multiple Sclerosis and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases

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Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating autoimmune neurodegenerative disease of the central nervous system that affects the brain and spinal cord. Autoimmune means that defenses in the body that normally protect us from infections get confused, attacking the person’s own tissues. According to Dr. Ricardo Buzó and Dr. Jorge Correale, experts in this disease, “myelin is the object of attack in multiple sclerosis, which is like the rubber coating of a cable. In this analogy the rubber ...

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Amazing Health Journey: Interview with Mikhaila Peterson at SOTT Radio Network

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My friend Doug and I had the chance to interview Mikhaila Peterson for the ‘Health and Wellness’ show on the SOTT Radio Network. It was among the most outstanding stories I ever heard! Very inspiring!

Mikhaila Peterson is daughter of Psychologist Jordan Peterson, and she shared with us her truly amazing recovery from serious health issues. Since she was a very young girl, Mikhaila was plagued by rheumatoid arthritis, severe depression and chronic fatigue among other ...

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Pentoxifylline – Big Pharma’s wonder drug?

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Methylated xanthines or methylxanthines include stimulants such as caffeine, aminophylline and pentoxifylline. Xanthine is a purine base or nitrogenous compound found in most human body tissues and fluids such as urine and blood. Methylated refers to the introduction of a methyl group into a chemical compound.

Most people don’t care about coffee being a methylxanthine, much less about other ...

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A Scottish Terrier Miraculous Recovery from Bladder Cancer

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According to this article from the Scottish Terrier Club of America, if you have never lost a Scottish Terrier to bladder cancer – or, more properly, Transitional Cell Carcinoma – consider yourself extremely lucky. Research has suggested that Scottish Terriers are 20 times more likely to get bladder cancer than other breeds and it usually occurs in older dogs (average age 11 years). Such a diagnosis can be devastating to dogs and their owners alike. So you ...

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The Brugada Syndrome

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History

54 years old make, brought to the Emergency Room (ER) at Miguel Server Hospital when he was found semi unconscious. He was seen working a few hours earlier in an apparently normal way; he arrives to the ER in an obnubilate state, with evident right hemiparesis and motor aphasia.

History of Personal Past Illnesses

His family members referred that he had a non-treated diabetes (high blood sugar), hypertension (high blood pressure), dyslipidemia (high ...

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