The Cure For All Cancers

Author: Hulda Regehr Clark
ISBN: 9788170218982
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As new research findings show that there is a single cause for all cancers this book provides exact instruction over 100 case histories of the persons cured.

The Cure For Hiv And Aids

Author: Hulda Regehr Clark
ISBN: 9781890035020
Size: 58.80 MB
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Including new research and findings showing what the true causes of HIV & AIDS are and lead directly to their cure 53 CURED Cases The First Year Cure, not treatment, is the subject of this book. In 1991 Dr Clark discovered the source of HIV. Once the source became clear the cure became obvious. but would it work? After curing 53 cases in a row, all who used this method, Dr Clark could wait no longer to present these findings. Since that time many more have been cured, too many to be added to this book. Most important is adding yourself to that list Electricity can now be used to kill bacteria, viruses and parasites in minutes, not days or weeks as antibiotics require. If you have been suffering from HIV infection or AIDS related illness, learn to build the electronic device that will stop it immediately. It is safe and without side effects ad does not interfere with any treatment you are now on.

Microbes Mindcrobes

Author: Helga Zelinski PhD
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1514413477
Size: 69.18 MB
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Microbes were the first forms of life on this planet and have survived by adapting to ever-changing environments, from simple one-celled life forms to intelligent, decision-making, life-sustaining species in charge of many primary functions in Earth’s biochemical and biological balances. The scientific community estimates that life began approximately 3.5 billion years ago as a result of a complex sequence of chemical reactions that took place in Earth’s atmosphere. There was virtually no oxygen, and these first microorganisms were surviving by eating naturally occurring foods. Gradual changes to these earliest cells resulted in new life forms that were no longer dependent on the same food supply as their ancestors; they were able to feed themselves by using the energy of the sun. Without the activity of these early organisms, Earth’s atmosphere would still be without oxygen and the evolution of oxygen-dependent animals, including humans, would have never occurred. Microorganisms are found in every environment, from the deepest sea to the highest mountains and from the deserts to the poles. Microbes are in the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. They are also found in the soil, plants, animals , and the human body. The number of bacteria living within the human body of the average human adult is estimated to outnumber human cells ten to one and is found mostly on our skin, the respiratory tract, the digestive system, and the oral cavity. Microbes control every aspect of our lives Exposure to bacteria and/or viruses and our interaction with these invaders will largely depend on the health of our internal environment and our mental/emotional state. In order to understand how changes in bacterial populations affect us, we must consider lifestyle, nutrition, personal hygiene, exposure to stress, pollution, and the environment. Many single organisms exhibit intelligence of a kind not seen in other species of the animal or plant kingdom. They neither have nervous systems nor brains but harbor an internal system that can be equated to a biological computer. To solve newly encountered problems, they assess the situation, recall stored data of past experiences, and then execute information processing, transforming the colony into a super brain. Bacteria do not just react to change in their surroundings; they anticipate and prepare for it. They are not simple solitary organisms. They are highly social and evolved creatures. They congregate to fend off enemies, meet challenges of nature to reproduce, obtain food, and maintain their critical environment. Some bacterial intelligence, if compared to human levels, is 60 points higher than the human average of an IQ of 100. Microbes can keep us healthy and fend off invaders or make us very ill and may kill us under the right circumstances. We must provide a healthy environment for our resident bacteria to flourish and to help us maintain physical, mental, and emotional health. Regenerating our individual bioterrain means forming alliances, not antagonisms, with the microbial community.

The Origin Of Disease

Author: Carolyn Merchant JD
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1546259791
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US REVIEW OF BOOKS, Michael Radon Containing exciting information and thought, this book could help people find ways to improve or avoid diseases that can dramatically alter lives. This book challenges a lot of accepted thinking in Western medicine, but all truly impactful ideas have to shatter the old to move [thought] forward. [T]he authors identify a pattern of the root causes of chronic illnesses and what can be done to fight maladies that many medical professionals say just happen and have to be lived with. For many people, medical books can be a hard hurdle to jump, but this book is written in an accessible style and format, and contains information useful to the layperson, not just medical professionals. PACIFIC BOOK REVIEW. Anthony Avina This book does a great job of creating a conversation. It is a detailed, knowledgeable and thorough book filled with fascinating theories that all readers should have the opportunity to explore themselves. This is definitely an interesting book that will fascinate patients suffering from illnesses as well as doctors seeking new answers or medical researchers alike. It is a new perspective that is interesting to see, as the authors relay the causes of various chronic illnesses. The authors command over the medical expertise is both technical and yet relayed easily enough for patients and doctors alike to understand. If you enjoy medical books, suffer from an ailment or are curious about health overall, then you’ll want to grab your copy of The Origin of Disease: The War Within, Today!

Are You Eating Your Bugs

Author: Gina LaVerde
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1982204001
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Gina LaVerde’s family overcame autism, seizure disorder, vaccine injury and many health problems because they learned how heal and trust their guts. Here, the medical intuitive shares how you can use simple techniques to discover what foods will work for you, and how you can connect the dots in your life to reveal the nutritional, energetic and emotional connections to your health.

Let Them Eat Flax

Author: Joe Schwarcz
Publisher: ECW Press
ISBN: 1554902584
Size: 63.10 MB
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The bestselling popular science author of A Grain of Salt serves up “interesting factoids about the way that science has helped shape our everyday lives” (Joe Culotti, PhD, professor of molecular and medical genetics, University of Toronto). In Let Them Eat Flax, award-winning author Dr. Joe Schwarcz continues his crusade against purveyors of poppycock as he investigates the surprising and sometimes sinister science of everyday food and life. What difference does an atom make? It could mean life or death! Get the lowdown on oxygenated water, the healing powers of prayer, and the health benefits of chocolate. Could there be a link between McGill University and Jack the Ripper? Find out how cinnamon helps to counter high cholesterol, and learn just how sweet sugar alternatives can be. In the tradition of Schwarcz’s five previous bestsellers, Let Them Eat Flax fries scientific baloney with humor, wit, and information. From food poisoning to the secret of the Stradivarius violin, fertilizers to spontaneous human combustion, Schwarcz investigates explosive subjects and delivers the unbiased, scientific facts readers need to make informed decisions in their everyday lives. “Dr. Schwarcz . . . has a knack for translating science into a language that anyone can understand and actually enjoy.” —Toronto Sun “Joe Schwarcz’s magic is in convincing us that there is verve and value in real chemistry.” —Roald Hoffman, Nobel Laureate “Dr. Joe blends intelligence, scientific expertise, critical thinking, humor, and a healthy dose of skepticism in a prescription for good reading.” —Leon Jaroff, former senior editor, Time magazine, and founder of Discover magazine

Oxford Case Histories In Respiratory Medicine

Author: John Stradling
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199556377
Size: 23.61 MB
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Based around the curriculum for specialist trainees in respiratory medicine and designed for those preparing for exit exams, this book contains 44 well-structured, peer-reviewed cases gathered from the Oxford Hospitals, comprehensively covering the various disorders of the respiratory system. New developments in medical training at junior and registrar level have created a need for a collection of cases which enable self-assessment, directed at postgraduates. Each case comprises a brief clinical history and relevant examination findings, details of investigations, medical imaging followed by questions on differential diagnosis, and management and detailed answers and discussion.

The Rise Of Causal Concepts Of Disease

Author: K. Codell Carter
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351882643
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Much of contemporary medical theory and practice focuses on the identification of specific causes of disease. However, this has not always been the case: until the early nineteenth century physicians thought of diseases in quite different terms. The modern quest for causes of disease can be seen as a single Lakatosian research programme. One can track the rise and elaboration of this programme by a series of case histories. The success of work on bacterial diseases such as cholera and tuberculosis tends to eclipse the broad context in which those studies were embedded. Yet, in the 1830s, fifty years before Koch's publications on tuberculosis, specific causes were already being identified for several non-bacterial diseases including scabies, muscardine and ringworm. Moreover, by the end of the century, the quest for specific causes had spread well beyond bacterial diseases. The expanding research programme included Freud's early work on psychopathology, the discovery of viruses, the discovery of vitamins, and the recognition of genetic disorders such as Down's syndrome. Existing historical discussions of research in these areas, for example, histories of work on the deficiencies diseases, take the view that success in bacteriology was a positive obstacle to the identification of causes for other kinds of diseases. Treating the quest for causes as a single coherent research programme provides a better understanding of the disease concepts that characterise the last 150 years of medical thought.

Oxford Case Histories In Cardiology

Author: Rajkumar Rajendram
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199556784
Size: 56.41 MB
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A case-based guide for student directed learning aimed at specialist exams in cardiology and acute medicine in the UK and Europe.