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Natural Healing from Meth Addiction and Drug Abuse by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Wed 18 Jun 2008 5:06pm 2 Comments Q. How can I use natural medicine to heal my body from drug addiction?I am a recovering meth addict. I have been off meth for five years now, but continue to gain weight. It seems like meth abuse destroyed my metabolism. What can I do to lose the weight, and not feel so tired all the time? A. First and foremost, congratulations for staying ... Read on »
THYROID DISEASE - COPING WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM by tremedicure Facebook Posted Sun 19 Jun 2011 6:16pm 5 Comments   Learning to cope with thyroid disease is much more than taking a pill every day. You may continue to suffer with symptoms of hypothyroidism even while under a doctor's care, especially at times when you have changes in your body such as during pregnancy or menopause. With persistence and proper treatment though, you can manage your disease an ... Read on »
Information about hypothyroidism and herbal products to help by franklinb Posted Sat 24 Apr 2010 12:00am Hypothyroidism is a thyroid problem caused by an underactive thyroid gland that produces insufficient amounts of thyroid hormones. This common condition affects millions of people. Because the symptoms may be varied and difficult to define, often mimicking other conditions, many people with an underactive thyroid gland may be complete ... Read on »
Simple and Easy Steps to Help you Lose Weight with Hypothyroidism by Kodjoworkout Posted Wed 03 Jul 2013 7:12am The only way to understand and appreciate how frustrating it can be to lose weight when you have hypothyroidism is when you are diagnosed with the disease. The condition is actually getting more and more common, and along with it people’s health is deteriorating. There are an estimated 27 million people in the United States who suffer ... Read on »
Why Your Antidepressant May Not Be Working by Dr. Silva Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm Modern antidepressant medication trials are highly effective across the board, but many patients, particularly treatment-naïve individuals who are new to taking psychotropic medications, often report that their medication isn't working as well or as quickly as they had anticipated. This article covers the most common mistakes and misconceptions ... Read on »
This is a long, long post on vac... by Dr. Kim .. Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 5:59pm This is a long, long post on vaccines. I just thought it was important to share all this with you here on Bark N Blog about the vaccine issues, WOOF! So I can keep my commentary short bepaws the actual information is long and very important: Vaccine Companies Investigated for Manslaughter The Rabies Vaccine Can Be Hazardous to Your Pet’ ... Read on »
35 Symptoms of Perimenopause – Hypothyroidism by Magnolia Miller Posted Wed 28 Apr 2010 12:00am One of the more eye-opening revelations I’ve had in my quest to understand and cope with my hormonal issues has been the link between perimenopause and hypothyroidism.¹ Though I had certainly heard of hypothyroidism, it never occurred to me that I would or even could have issues with it.  I had always associated hypothyroidism with exc ... Read on »
Hypothyroid! by stipeygirl75 Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:11pm Now I will talk about hypothyroid, another condition I have. "Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the body lacks sufficient thyroid hormone. Since the main purpose of thyroid hormone is to 'run the body's metabolism,' it is understandable that people with this condition will have symptoms associated with a slow metabolism. Over five million ... Read on »
Recognizing Medications That Cause Bone Loss by Health&Fitness GuideforDummies Posted Fri 24 Apr 2009 7:22am Many commonly prescribed medications are a double-edged sword for everyone, male or female. On one hand, they cure or help control serious health problems; on the other hand, the medications themselves can cause serious health problems. Several commonly prescribed medications can increase your chance of developing osteoporosis. Educating yours ... Read on »
Many Newly Diagnosed Alzheimer's Disease Patients Do Not Receive Alzheimer's Drugs As First-Line Therapy by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Apr 2010 5:54am Patient-level claims data show that only 34.9 percent of patients begin first-line treatment for Alzheimer's disease within a year of their first diagnosis..... By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room One of the interesting findings of this report is that "slow treatment initiation of newly diagnosed patients can be attr ... Read on »