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Child's Brain Tumor Gone After Alternative Treatments by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:37pm When 7-year-old Ella Hope Hauschildt's parents were told their daughter had a brain tumor they asked what could be done. They didn't accept the answer which was, "after radiation the little girl would be kept comfortable." They decided to go to Arizona for alternative therapy. This was a natural treatment using vitamins, minerals and amino acids. ... Read on »
Alternative treatment for children with ADHD and autism by adhdmomma Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 11:08pm I firmly believe that if there were a product or treatment with a profound beneficial effect on autism, ADHD, SPD, etc., the world would know about it. That said I do believe that many treatment options may be helpful and perhaps a combination of therapies may produce a good result. I am going to discuss a number of alternative tre ... Read on »
Deep Brain Stimulation for Dystonia and Parkinson’s Disease and More? by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 21 Feb 2009 10:29pm This is an amazing new area and there are real success stories.  We all do wonder though where will the future lie with this technology.  After watching what DBS does for Parkinson's and Dystonia, it’s a miracle.  There are also more videos on You Tube that show individuals turning off the device and they immediately revert back to where they wer ... Read on »
Day # 20 Alternative Treatments by Jessica K. Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 11:01am Let's talk about Alternative Treatments today. Tom is blind and you can't change that with alternative treatments of any kind. But there are two things I do for Thomas that could be considered "alternative." Green Tea A couple years ago I read this article, "New Evidence That Green Tea May Help Fight Glaucoma and Other Eye Diseases." ... Read on »
Permanent Alternative Treatment for Migraines? by Arabella R. Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 5:04pm Well, here we go again. An inaccurate article written, I suspect, just to promote “cures” and other nonsense. The blog is called “Migraine and Headache.” This particular entry is titled “ Migraine Headaches - Get Information on a Permanent Alternative Treatment ” by Jo Mark. The entry is chock-full of inaccurate and questionable informatio ... Read on »
Death to the diseased brain model is a-comin' by Rossa Forbes Posted Sat 09 Jan 2010 12:00am The hypocrisy of my New Year's resolution to write fewer, but better blogs has been pointed out to me by faithful reader Sister Jane Findlay. She has noted that I haven't missed a day, but thankfully judges that the quality of the writing isn't suffering. Trust a nun to know when good intentions have been cast aside. I will amend my New Year's r ... Read on »
Alternative Treatments For MS (LDN and Antibiotic Regimens) by Wheelchair Kamikaze Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 12:00am Image by eli santana via Flickr While CCSVI (the "vascular theory" of MS) has recently grabbed the lion's share of attention as an alternative approach to understanding and treating MS, there are some older "outside the mainstream" theories and treatments that also deserve some attention. While the list of purported MS treatments is lo ... Read on »
Alternative Treatments for People with Peripheral Neuropathy by rajesh moganti Posted Mon 28 Nov 2011 1:36am Peripheral neuropathy is defined as nerve damages affecting the procedure using which the nerves of our body send signals towards our legs and arms. The condition is marked by numbness, a burning sensation or tingling feelings in the feet and hands of the patient. Doctors treat peripheral neuropathy by prescribing medications for the underlying ... Read on »
Parents Want Alternatives by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Jul 2008 7:13am by Leane Scoz Autismis a developmental disorder defined by impairment in social interaction and communication, and the presence of repetitive or unusual behavior and interests. TheCenter for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) reports that 1 in 150 children under the age of 8 have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). With a cure yet to b ... Read on »
Parents Want Alternatives by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 12:06am by Leane Scoz Autism is a developmental disorder defined by impairment in social interaction and communication, and the presence of repetitive or unusual behavior and interests. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that 1 in 150 children under the age of 8 have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). With a ... Read on »