A Healthier You – Government and Medicine, Parkinsons, Cancerous Moles, Herniated Discs

by Jerem on October 7, 2010

A new show for A Healthier You Radio has been posted.   To find it go here: bit.ly/aPHp6F

I love this radio show because they always talk about practical ways to keep yourself healthy using simple remedies you can do at home.  Most of the herbs and remedies they talk about are already in the kitchen spice cupboard.

This show started off talking about the marriage between government and medicine and the oft-times awful results that come of that marriage.   Specifically it went into the Tuskegee and Guatemala studies where government intentionally infected people with STDs in order to study the effects of the disease.

The call-in portion of the show answered some really good questions about treating Parkinsons Disease, cancerous moles, and a painful herniated disc in the neck.

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Queenie January 26, 2012 at 11:38 pm

Due to the economical recession that we are currently experiencing today, some of us usually moms would settle down for some cheap products that just to pacify our daily needs and expand the budget as long as we can to save more and at least ease from all the expenses that we have to pay at the end of the month. But we never know that our health is greatly affected for some reasons that we settle down for instant and unhealthy foods just because they are cheap.
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Linda July 31, 2012 at 7:51 pm

Most mums secure on their children necessities before their own interest. With different ways on how to serve nutritive foods in everyday, mums sacrifices their beauty skin regimen into the cheaper one thinking the risk. Thus, mostly decide on natural alternative for maintaining healthy skin without side effects after using it. Health is vital. Start with your skin.
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