Dental Inflammation, Heart Attacks and Health Tips

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This study confirms that gum disease is related to heart disease, it is again the inflammatory link. People with periodontitis have a higher than normal risk of heart attack and stroke. People with these conditions have elevated C-reactive protein, a sign of inflammation. Also, people with diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis have a higher risk of developing periodontitis and ...

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Warning Signs of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also known as chronic fatigue immune dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS), is a disabling condition affecting approximately 500,000 Americans. Research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that fewer than 20% of CFS patients in the United States have even been diagnosed. Patients are usually women in their 40s and 50s, but anyone can develop CFS. Patients with CFS typically have a compromised immune system, elevated blood ...

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H1N1 Flu and Vaccine Facts

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Teresa Forcades i Vila is a Benedictine nun at Sant Benet of Montserrat’s monastery, near Barcelona, Spain. Before joining the monastery Teresa practiced medicine for several years as a physician specialized in internal medicine and she has a PhD in Public Health from Barcelona’s University. She also carried out her specialization at NY State University, USA.

In these series of videos, Teresa discusses the swine flu’s origins and how WHO’s definition of pandemia was morphed to fit this swine flu as ...

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Sugar Shock: Why Less Sugar Will Make You Much Sweeter

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Our bodies are simply not made to process the high quantities of the types of sugar that we consume nowadays.

Sugar is in no way nutritional and it actually depletes the body of its vitamin and mineral resources. High sugar consumption is tied to mental disorders, lower IQ, anxiety, aggressive behavior, hyperactivity, depression, eating disorders, fatigue, learning difficulties, and premenstrual syndrome among others.

One of the most important factors in brain aging and ...

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Alzheimer’s as a New Diabetes Type

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Multiple factors like lack of sleep, electromagnetic fields, aluminum (found in anti-acids, water, foil wrap, deodorants, cookware) interact with our genes to produce diseases like Alzheimer’s. In addition, inflammation is always present in most diseases and Alzheimer’s is not an exception. Inflammatory-promoting factors include trans fats, saturated fat, stress, infections, lack of exercise, autoimmune diseases, vitamin deficiencies, celiac disease, colitis, sugar, and diabetes, all of which increase the risk of dementia and ...

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Toxoplasmosis and Personality Changes

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Toxoplasma gondii is a parasite that lives in the intestines of cats, shedding eggs that can be picked up by rats and other animals. Humans and other animals can be hosts to Toxoplasma as well. People get infected by its eggs by handling soil or kitty litter. It is thought that for most people the parasite lives “quietly” in their bodies including the brain, and about half of ...

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Bad Relationships Hurt Your Health

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Stress and other psychological factors have a major impact on our well being. 95% of all illnesses are either caused and/or worsened by stress. Excessive stress contributes to adrenal fatigue which then further contributes with the deterioration of our health.

Stress also contributes with inflammation which can damage our brain cells, it also causes severe depression and other mood disorders.

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer found that a significant emotional event that is ...

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Anger and Sudden Death

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We usually get angry when we get frustrated due to misunderstandings. Many people consider anger to be an all-or-nothing feeling and this shouldn’t be the case. We don’t have to loose control when we’re angry. Actually, angry responses very seldom reach uncontrollable levels and when they do, they are usually because of misuse of angry feelings that have little or nothing to do with the immediate actual irritating situation. It is mainly ...

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Dissociation and Changes in Brain Structure

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Dissociation is a learned program which “protects” us from a cruel environment; like a trip to the moon which buffers us from an uncomfortable reality. Moments of stress reminds us of bad times during our childhoods and makes us dissociate from our surroundings.

Dissociation may take many forms, some people get tough and repressed, others are shy, others are paranoid and afraid, others are upset and cranky, still others are dreaming awake, etc, etc. ...

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Mercury: Lethal Toxin

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Mercury is one of the most toxic substances in the world for our bodies. It has been associated with gastrointestinal, autoimmune, cardiovascular, kidney and neurological/cognitive problems. Gastrointestinal problems include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and colitis. Neurological problems include symptoms of shyness, emotional lability, nervousness, insomnia, memory problems, and the inability to concentrate. Other nervous symptoms may include encephalopathy, nerve damage, Parkinsonian symptoms, tremor, ataxia, impaired hearing, tunnel vision, ...

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