Epigenetic Test Beats Pap & HPV for Detecting Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer used to be the number one cause of death in women about a hundred years ago. But thanks to advancements in medical science, this disease is almost preventable today. However, cervical cancer (CC) still claims the lives of over 4,000 women each year in the US.While Pap and human papillomavirus (HPV) testing have … Continue reading Epigenetic Test Beats Pap & HPV for Detecting Cervical Cancer

Radiation at Extremely Low Levels

Radiation at extremely low levels is a health hazard that medicine is not dealing with because it uses dangerous levels of radiation in both its diagnosis and treatment of disease. Radiation hazards have been grossly underestimated because they have to be. If they were not then both the medical industry and the atomic power industry … Continue reading Radiation at Extremely Low Levels

Emergency Immune Boost Through Meditation

In today's video, Dr. Group will introduce how meditation can improve your immune system and reduce the effects of aging. Make sure you stay tuned to the end to find out how to increase your immune stem cells in just 72 HOURS! Emergency Immune Boost Through Meditation Video Length: 4:08 minutes Related Posts How Vitamin … Continue reading Emergency Immune Boost Through Meditation

Histone Modifications Reveal Surprising Clues to Herpes Simplex Virus Reactivation

If you’ve ever had a cold sore – you know those pesky, unsightly blisters that pop up on your lip right before an interview or a first date – you may have herpes. But, wait, the herpes simplex virus (HSV) is probably not as bad as you think and it’s very common. There are actually two … Continue reading Histone Modifications Reveal Surprising Clues to Herpes Simplex Virus Reactivation

Sources and Uses for Iodine / Iodine to Rescue

Anyone who tells you to stay away from iodine is a medical idiot. Actually that statement does not cover the story of medical cruelty and the pharmaceutical terrorism that is centered on iodine phobia that is rampant in the medical world today. One of my neighbors, who has cancer, recently visited the Gerson Clinic in … Continue reading Sources and Uses for Iodine / Iodine to Rescue

Self-Care While Social Distancing: 12 Ideas & Tips

Source: Self-Care While Social Distancing: 12 Ideas & Tips by Dr. Edward Group Health experts are recommending "social distancing" — staying home and going out only for essentials. Some people relish the idea, while others get a bit stir-crazy, even as we know it’s for the greater good. Uncertain times like these can feel stressful. But … Continue reading Self-Care While Social Distancing: 12 Ideas & Tips

Natural Allopathic Emergency Medicine for Flu

Five years ago, I published an intelligent protocol against influenza that involves the use of the basic emergency room and intensive care medicines that are an integral part of Natural Allopathic Medicine. Magnesium chloride, iodine, sodium bicarbonate, selenium, vitamin C and vitamin D3 (if possible through sun exposure) are all medicines that help patients resist … Continue reading Natural Allopathic Emergency Medicine for Flu

Iodine Allergy: The Truth Behind Your Allergic Reaction

Source: Iodine Allergy: The Truth Behind Your Allergic Reaction by Dr. Edward Group Iodine is an essential trace mineral needed for the body’s production of thyroid hormones, which regulate metabolism – the chemical reactions that occur in every cell in the body and provide energy for life. So how could someone be allergic to a vital … Continue reading Iodine Allergy: The Truth Behind Your Allergic Reaction

What’s the Best Time to Take Vitamins?

  Source: What’s the Best Time to Take Vitamins? by Dr. Edward Group You wake up, stretch, and focus on your day before heading into the kitchen to start your morning routine. Along with a tall glass of water, perhaps herbal tea and a nutritious breakfast, you get pumped for the day by beginning your supplement … Continue reading What’s the Best Time to Take Vitamins?

Navigating Viral Storms and Avoiding Death

It started with a light cough. He burped constantly, and complained of shortness of breath. Family members thought it was no big deal. The doctor said he seemed to have heart problems and suggested him to stay in the hospital. He appeared healthy except for a minor infection in one lung area. Two weeks later, … Continue reading Navigating Viral Storms and Avoiding Death