I’m convinced that whoever writes the public statements for the American Beverage Association (ABA) should start a second career as a stand-up comedian.
So you’ve tried everything and still can’t get any relief for your back pain. That’s the story I hear nearly every day.
Want a shock? Go get tested for heavy metals. Your jaw will drop when you see the results.
I know, because I see the reactions in my own clinic every single day.
I don’t know what’s worse: Gout, or the drugs prescribed to treat this painful condition.
You're the maker of a blockbuster painkiller. Sales are soaring ($2.5 billion in 2011); you're on top of the world.
Never mind that your painkiller could increase the risk of life threatening heart problems, including heart attack and stroke--and that the risk becomes greater if you use it long term.
There's an easy way to ease the constant pain of rheumatoid arthritis. It's free, requires no visits to the doctor, and can be done just about anywhere.
Question: Is it true that once you've had kidney stones, you're more likely to get them again? There's no way I want to go through that again! Is there any way to keep them from coming back?
Question: My teeth are so sensitive, I can barely eat. But my dentist says there aren't any problems with my gums or roots, and I don't have any cavities. What could be causing this?
One minute, you're battling back pain... the next, you're fighting off cancer. When it rains, it pours, right?
But this isn't just some run of freakishly bad luck -- because the treatment that was supposed to FIX your back may have actually CAUSED your cancer!
Question: Is there a way to stop angina attacks, or at least make them less severe?