Another set of illnesses that are becoming ever prevalent. A cocktail of pain management drugs awaits - or does it? Many of the authors claim to have reduced, reversed and even healed their diseases. Diet and lifestyle changes are often key.
The testimony from my lovely florist friend Amy was part of the inspiration to start this site: Crippled with arthritis and unable to work, she made huge lifestyle changes and is back weaving her magic.
Below are websites, books, testimonials and research papers.
The around 700 articles included in this library are original, peer-reviewed research papers, also known as "primary sources". Peer-reviewed papers are those published in journals who use a committee of other scientists to carefully review the author's study methods, analysis, and conclusions, and to provide feedback for improvements before publication. The result are papers whose authors who are rigorously held accountable for their statements.
This free search engine accesses a database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. The United States National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health maintain the database. Features Studies from Scientific literature Including:British Medical Journal (BMJ), American Cancer Society, Nat Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), Int Agency for the Research on Cancer (IARC), World Health Organisation (WHO)Journal of the American Medical Assoc (JAMA), Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI), Frontiers In Cell & Development Biology, Springer.
The clinical relevance of the multiple functions of MELATONIN under different immune conditions, such as infection, autoimmunity, vaccination and immunosenescence, is also reviewed.
Neuromuscular electrical stimulation and dietary interventions to reduce oxidative stress in a secondary progressive MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS patient leads to marked gains in function: a case report.
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