July 2003 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Ginseng may help to manage diabetes

When asked to comment, Dr. Kaufman told WebMD Medical News that ginseng could eventually be an “important strategy” in managing diabetes.

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Panic attacks

Could panic attacks be the result of a nutritional deficiency? This question is posed by an HSI member named Ursula in a Forum thread titled “Panic Attacks.”

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Is prostate cancer screening USELESS?

Last week, William Campbell Douglass, M.D., wrote in his “Daily Dose” e-letter: “Prostate cancer screening is USELESS.” Typically strong words from an alternative healthcare pioneer who regards the description “firebrand” as a complement.

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Cure your aches and pains

After playing some basketball with a friend last week, my shoulder felt like it was on fire a few hours later. When I mentioned the pain to my sister, she suggested that I take arnica, which she uses to relieve her bursitis.

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"Protecting" our safety

When it was first conceived of more than 40 years ago, angiogenesis was dismissed as a farfetched idea. Today it’s considered the future of mainstream cancer therapy.

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Missing the forest

When it was first conceived of more than 40 years ago, angiogenesis was dismissed as a farfetched idea. Today it’s considered the future of mainstream cancer therapy.

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The fix is in

Simply put: these regulations will seriously inhibit your current freedom to make your own health decisions. But there is something you can do to help prevent this from happening.

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