Iodine: A vital nutrient

Iodine: A vital nutrient By: Nadine Miles BS, MS, PA-C Iodine is a vital element that is required by the body to produce thyroid hormones.  It is not produced by the body and therefore must be consumed through diet in order to maintain appropriate l...

Alternative Treatment Options for Lyme Disease

Alternative Treatment Options for Lyme Disease By:  Nadine Miles BS, MS, PA-C L...

The problems of overactive bladder and urinary tract infections in men and women and prostate problems in men

The myriad of urinary problems in both men and women and prostate and erectile d...

Adipose Vs. Bone Marrow Stem Cells

Stem cell therapy has a dramatic and positive effect on joint pain. For many yea...

Vitamin deficiency is one of the major causes of treatable dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

Numerous medical studies have supported the idea that a deficiency in vitamin B...

Low dose aspirin – risks and benefits

Overestimating heart attack risk means over prescribing medications. This is not...

Stem cell injections are long-lasting treatments

The challenges people face with knee osteoarthritis are many. One challenge is w...

The clear role of inflammation in age-related macular degeneration

In November 2018, a team of medical university researchers in Italy published th...

The connection between endrocine/metabolism disruption, obesity and plastics

We are going to start this article with a brief definition from the National In...