Low-dose naltrexone is a medication that may have benefits for treating a number of difficult conditions, including autoimmune conditions, chronic pain, depression and possibly cancer.
Kidney disease is a common, often overlooked condition. In addition, most treatments aren't effective at reversing or restoring lost function. However, some integrative approaches may be starting to show some potential in treating chronic kidney disease.
Osteoarthritis is a common condition often causing pain in the joints as people get older. Often considered "wear and tear" damage, however, the research suggests additional considerations.
Latex allergy is a common problem that often causes skin irritation. In mild cases, it can be difficult to recognize due to delayed responses or reactions to items not recognized as containing rubber.
Ozone therapy has been a controversial topic in the United States for many years. However, numerous other countries use medical ozone and published research is starting to support its use.
As we age, our bones can become weak. Dietary strategies and certain nutrients have been shown to correlate with bone health long-term.
There's lots of buzz about 5G technology and potential health concerns. I decided to go through the published medical research and see what we know.
Can you always trust the published medical research? It’s a good question. We rely on data from published studies to make informed health decisions, and yet there are good reasons why that data, at times, can be suspect.