Total Health Magazine - March 2015
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Sherrill Sellman, "The Solution for Overcoming Antibiotic Resistant Infections," is about an antibiotic which eliminates bacterial infections without the devastating effect of causing resistant pathogens. What is even more phenomenal, it can also kill virtually all forms of viruses, fungi and molds safely without any side effects. "Honey an Ultimate Health Food," Mike Durbin, PhD gives us background on honey from New Zealand. MGO Manuka honey specifically as a health food and explains what MGO is and does. Honey has been used for centuries as a medicine. Manuka honey is widely believed to soothe, moisturize and nourish troublesome skin, and support digestive health. Elson M. Haas, MD, provides suggestions to help one define the type, degree, length and cause of depression and offers a myriad of natural remedies to consider along with your health care provider. Brad King's, MS, MFS, in "How To Get The Ultimate Sleep," addresses lack of tryptophan, the building block to deep sleep, and the reason for the numerous times one gets up to empty their bladder. "How To Communicate At The End Of Life, When Communication Seems Impossible? is Daniela Muggia's, Thanatologist second part in a three-part series on Death and Dying. "Demystifying The Invisible Disorder Of Fibromyalgia," Gloria Gilbère, CDP, DA Hom, PhD explains Fibromyalgia includes widespread pain in muscles, soft and connective tissues and is diagnosed by identifying multiple tender/trigger spots. "Melatonin: Benefits and Preferred Delivery Form," Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, RH(AGH) reports that sublingual melatonin (a small lozenge type tablet placed under the tongue and allowed to dissolve and enter the blood stream through diffusion) is likely more effective than a standard melatonin capsule or tablet. Our Pet Care column by Shawn Messonnier, DVM, is on upper respiratory infections common in cats and veterinary supervision is recommended for treatment.
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