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Health Myths and the Future of Medicine

There are many variables to consider when treating a particular ailment. Perhaps the most intriguing is the thought of the patient. Read More »

The Facebook and Twitter Detox – The First Few Days

Detoxing from Facebook and Twitter is like getting the flu: you get a headache, you feel achy, and you’re irritable. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 6

It's important to take a formal approach to the documentation of medical research in the alternative medical field, and it comes at an important crossroad in America’s health care reform. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 5

Does everyone possess the gift of energy healing and can they be trained? Bengston suggests that there is possibly a normal talent that resides in everyone. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 4

Dr. Oz asked Bengston if he could explain why the medical community has not generally accepted energy healing. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 3

Can the energy coming from cancerous cells be modified or prevented from doing damage? Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 2

Of the 870 Health Care lobbyists in 2007, not one advocated for alternative health practices. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 1

Today, insurance can cost a cancer patient $2600 a month. For some, to qualify for Medicaid they must move into a shelter. Read More »

Are Anti-Aging Products Containing Resveratrol Scamming Innocent People?

Deceptive marketing practices hawking versions of this product are everywhere. Read More »