Category Archives: Cancer

Consumer Plastics and Child-Adult Health Risk

Wear protective masks and circulate fresh air into construction work space. Last Updated:  24 Feb 2016 I know just about everyone has experienced a funky taste when drinking out of a plastic bottle and familiar with odors produced by a new car smell.   Not only should consumers be aware of health risk associated with the plastics we store foods in, but also the off-gases polymer plastics emit from home furnishings, remodeled homes and during construction. (more…)

Is Fluoride in Our City Water Necessary or Safe?

How much is too much prevention of our most precious consumable resource? Updated:  24 May 2014 In order to determine whether adding chemical fluoride to our public drinking water is safe, necessary or even beneficial for dental health it is wise to first understand its origins and industrial use history.  Yes, I did say chemical, as it is not well known to most that the fluoride added to 90% of many public’s drinking water sources (more…)

Are Honey and Cinnamon a Cure All?

Bees are attracted to all types of flowers I was asked by a co-worker if honey and cinnamon is a cure all for every ailment known to man.  I certainly didn’t know the answer to this question, so I did a little research on topic. It appears there are a lot of nutritional and research information at our finger tips that supports honey and cinnamon as very good for us.  I’m not sure that when combined they (more…)

Steroids in Our Milk and Disease Connection

Concerned about steroids in our dairy products? What to do about it.     Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) and Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin (rBSH) are naturally occurring hormones found in dairy cows.  These hormones are also genetically engineered and were approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FSA) in 1993.  It is a lab engineered technology that is produced by scientists and of great concern to consumer watchdogs.  These manmade steroids are used in the dairy (more…)

Low Testosterone, another Man-Made Risky Fix?

To have longevity and active lifestyle is dependent on understanding the natural environment I’m sure most of you out there have noticed the “is it low-T” commercial ads.  The “T” is for Testosterone and defined as the male hormone that develops during puberty and maintains masculine characteristics throughout a man’s life. As men age testosterone levels tend to decline (hence “low”).  We’ll first cover testosterone therapy and then the herbs that are known to increase, (more…)

Fentanyl and Other Pain Medication, Legal and Illicit Use

Memories in Life are Precious For those of you that have severe chronic pain and are considering the use of Fentanyl patches there are some things you may, or may not be aware. Fentanyl was first synthesized and labeled by Janssen Parmaceutica in 1959.  The first intravenous anesthetic trade name of Fentanyl was Sublimaze.  Then following a series of mid-1990’s clinical trials a product was produced and marketed as a Duragesic alcohol gel infused patches.  These (more…)

Cell Phone Use and Brain Cancer

Should We Be Concerned About RF Amplification in Large Gatherings     There has been growing concerns of whether or not RF (Radio Frequency) generated from cell phones cause brain cancer and tumors.  So what is radio frequency?      It is a form of electromagnetic radiation energy.  But unlike one of two types of electromagnetic radiation energy:  1) Ionizing (e.g., x-rays, radon, and cosmic rays) is known to increase risk of cancer, where 2) Non-ionizing (e.g., (more…)

Cramp Facilitation, The Same as Restless Leg Syndrome?

See the World While You are Able The patient Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) experience is a creepy crawly, twitching, involuntary underlying skin movement sensation and also may be associated with aching mostly in the knee down to the foot.  The symptoms can also occur in the arms with a feeling as if you are in a constant state of a flexing sensation.  This experience also induces insomnia for many that experience restless nights because of (more…)