The use of certain metals in nano form for cancer treatments, has, over the last 10 years, increased considerably. Platinum and gold in particular, have been used to increase contrast in imaging tumours; employed as ionic carriers for drugs to specific sites; utilised to prevent the spread of cancer and several other procedures. But gold has seen the most trials across a number of new medical approaches.
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The topic of methylation is getting its fair share of attention lately…methylation is a simple biochemical process – it is the transfer of four atoms – one carbon atom and three hydrogen atoms (CH3) – from one substance to another.
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The Lyme disease bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi, is spread through the bite of infected ticks. This can come from deer ticks, sheep ticks, hedgehogs and many small mammals.
Ticks can attach to any part of the human body but are often found in hard-to-see areas such as the groin, armpits, and scalp. In most cases, the tick must be attached for 36-48 hours or more before the Lyme disease bacterium can be transmitted. Continue reading →
September 2013 — If you’re eating better and exercising regularly, but still aren’t seeing improvements in your health, there might be a reason: pollution. According to a new research report published in the September issue of The FASEB Journal, what you are eating and doing may not be the problem, but what’s in what you are eating could be the culprit… Continue reading →
The power of the Web increases year on year and today no practitioner can really afford to be without a website. But whether people arriving at your website are browsing, have arrived via a pay per click campaign or have responded via an advertisement, keeping them on that site is important. Continue reading →
All practitioners are aware of the value of minerals in treatment but recent test results from many different clinics have shown mineral deficiency to be the key factor in many of today’s health conditions. The ramifications of mineral nutrition are broad but how have we arrived at the scenario we‘re observing today? Continue reading →
What is pH?
pH stands for “potential of hydrogen” and refers to the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) in water or whatever liquid is being measured. In more everyday terms, pH is a unit of measure for determining if a liquid is acidic or basic (alkaline). Something that is neither acidic nor basic is referred to as neutral. Continue reading →
Having a flourishing practice is most natural practitioners’ dream. But there are as many aspects to good business practice as there are to most natural therapies. Below are tips and key points culled from various successful natural clinics in Europe and the States. Continue reading →
Radiation sickness is not a complaint the average practitioner is expecting to hear from a patient walking into their clinic. But nevertheless there is growing evidence that some cellular disturbances and physical conditions may be precipitated by exposure to radioactivity in some form. Continue reading →