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What to do after taking antibiotics,

By- Dr.Randy

Antibiotics are sometimes the necessary approach to fight an infection. But were you told what you need to do after taking any antibiotic? Probably not. And this is a serious mistake that in my opinion should be considered malpractice! Antibiotics kill bacteria both the good and the bad germs. In all of us are bacteria that promote health. Antibiotics can not discern the good from the bad types and you need the good for several reasons. Good and bad bacteria

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Feeling S.A.D.

By- Dr.Randy

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) affects 10 million to 25 million Americans every winter season during the months of September to April, in particular during December, January and February. Out of those who are affected, 60 percent to 90 percent are women, and SAD occurs more frequently in younger people in their 20s. SAD symptoms include: · Desire to oversleep · Feeling of fatigue and inability to carry out a normal routine · A craving for sugary and/or starchy foods, usually

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Ready or not….Bird Flu any Flu

By- Dr.Randy

Some people suggest that calm preparation is the order of the day. What is not openly talked about, however, is the rather obvious call for Martial Law (and other alarming response strategies) found in the language coming from the White House NSPI document. The same document readily admits the government probably won’t be able to save you, so you’d better start Preparing yourself. “Where appropriate, use governmental authorities to limit non-essential movement of people, goods and services into and out

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The Forgotten Vitamin

By- Dr.Randy

Most of us grew up drinking milk to obtain vitamin D and knew that this would create healthy strong bones. We were also told not to get too much of the fat soluble vitamins A,D,E,and K. And other than that we never gave vitamin D any further attention. The current recommendations for vitamin D are and have been for years, 200 to 600 IU per day. Now researchers are finding that this is far from enough. Did you know that

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Whiplash More Than Neck Pain

By- Dr.Randy

Most of us sustain some form of whiplash at some time in our lives. From the fall off the bicycle to the rear-ended motor vehicle accident, the extent of injury can vary from mild to sever. The symptoms include the obvious; neck pain and stiffness, headaches, shoulder and upper back pain to the not so obvious; numbness in hand/arm, dizziness, ringing in ears, blurred vision, difficulty concentrating or remembering, sleep disturbances and fatigue. If you symptoms were significant enough you

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