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May 12

What I Don’t Know About Diabetes Could Fill an Encyclopedia

Diabetes

We’ve been writing about diabetes and metabolic illness for some time now. Many of our recipes are hypoglycemic, especially our vinaigrettes, and our recipes use alternative sweeteners, except for breads which need actual sugar to help the yeast (otherwise, the only sugar you’d find in my home is organic turbinado sugar for the hummingbird feeder) […]

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Oct 24

DMSO: Many Uses, Much Controversy

Therapies

by Maya Muir Editor’s Note: Maya Muir, who gave us permission to reprint this, and the company she worked for no longer exist nor can they be found. Their clinic has been shuttered.  Abstract Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a by-product of the wood industry, has been in use as a commercial solvent since 1953. It is […]

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Hemp Farming
Nov 12

Hemp for Victory

Editorials

First published in the 1991 Wellness Directory of Minnesota™. Since then, many things have shown up that can replace trees, such as coconut husk waste. Albeit, hemp is one of the most versatile plants in the world, so read on! In problem solving, we learn that looking at the problem from a different angle will […]

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French Ambulance during American Civil War
Aug 17

History of Medicine 1800-1850

History of Medicine

“Nearly all men die of their medicines, not of their diseases.” Moliere The Revolutionary war is ended, a new century is begun, our first president has passed away and we are the Democratic Republic in the modern world. So, what are your options if you become ill? If you lived in the cities your first […]

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Aug 08

Stubborn Hypertension

Cardiovascular Care , Miscellaneous

Sometimes no matter what you do, you just can’t bring down your blood pressure. But if you are over 60, perhaps you should know that the new guidelines for blood pressure (from the famous SPRINT Study [Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial]) in which it was found that 150/90 is the new normal. You can read […]

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