“Many physicians would be surprised to learn that more than a hundred yearsago, iodine was called ‘The Universal Medicine,’ and was used in several clinical conditions,” according to Guy E. Abraham, M.D., author ofThe Universal Nutrient.
Nobel Laureate, Albert Szent Gyorgyi, the physic
Thyroid problems are a much more common problem than you might think. According to The American Thyroid Association, about 20 million Americans have some kind of thyroid issue and 60 percent of those people have no idea that they have a problem. Women are particularly at risk for thyroid problems such as hypothyroidism, or unde
This month's clinical practice guideline (CPG) review is on the diagnosis and treatment of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism as provided by the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. An estimated 27 million Americans have thyroid disease, and about 13 million of them are undiagnosed
In my experience, visualization can be an excellent tool for achieving success. My dear friend and business coach Larry Miller of Momentum Coaching taught me two visualization techniques that not only helped me accomplish my business goals, but encouraged me to practice positive affirmation every day. When you imagine and tru
School may be starting soon for most students across the US, but summer doesn’t truly end until late September. And until then, most of us will still experience the smoldering heat that summer is known for. With that comes ounces of sweat dripping down our backs while we impatiently wait for our cars to cool during the midday he