10 steps to a healthy relationship with your cordless and cell phones

What can you do to decrease your risk while using cell phones? Below are 10 things you can do: 1.     Use the speakerphone option as much as possible and hold the phone away from your body. 2.     Choose earbuds with air tubes and avoid using a Bluetooth. The electromagnetic field radiation is one-fourth the strength at a distance of two inches and fifty times lower at three feet. 3.     Avoid...
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Brain Cancer: Is It Time to Divorce Your Cell Phone?

Many people lavish more attention on their cell phone than they do on their mate or children. The cell phone is their first encounter in the morning and their last at night. They talk to it, stroke it, and tuck it close to their most intimate parts. They laugh, smirk, yell and cry to their cell phones. For many, their cell phone is their closest confidante, and their most beguiling source of...
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EMF Protection

Cell phones have been linked with dramatically increased risk of brain cancer for men and women; breast cancer in women who store their phones in their bra; and reduced fertility for men and women who carry cell phones in their pants pockets. For the last few weeks I have been sharing information about the impact of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and non-ionizing radiation on your health. This...
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Food Reactions and Chronic Disease

Often when I first talk with patients about food allergies and intolerances, they often will say, “Oh, I don’t have any reactions to food.” I am always puzzled by this response because we usually have spent the previous hour talking about a chronic, inflammatory condition (or conditions) such as: chronic sinusitis asthma eczema psoriasis Crohn’s Disease Ulcerative colitis atherosclerosis...
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Exercise and Hot Flashes

As deeply devoted as I am to diet for supporting health, I also am a huge fan of exercise. Recent research suggests exercise may be the single most important thing you can do to reduce hot flashes and improve mood (1). Of the 151 women in the trial, those exercising as little as three times a week had significantly fewer hot flashes. The more they exercised (including both aerobic and...
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How to Get Healthy Without Starving or Living at the Gym

5 Steps for Achieving the Level of Health You’ve Always Dreamed Of Are you longing to improve your health but are uncertain of how or where to begin? Are you sure you’ll have to graze on bean sprouts and grapefruit for weeks and spend hours every day at the gym to achieve the level of health you desire?         Know where you want to go. What is your vision of health? I’m not...
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