‘Chronic Illness’ Category

Gallstones: Diagnosis and Treatment

The gall bladder is a hollow sac-like organ that is attached to the liver; it stores a thick liquid substance called “bile” that… 0

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Antioxidants and Survival, Part 2

    Last time, we talked about what antioxidants are and how they work to eliminate free radicals and strengthen your resistance to… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Nosebleeds, Flu Vaccines, Natural Diabetes Remedies, More

  What do you know about FLUAD, the latest flu vaccine? How is it different from older versions? Also, are there any natural… 0

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Leprosy in the U.S.

  Leprosy is considered a disease of the past, but the bacterial infection continue to cause cases today in the United States, including… 0

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Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

  In 2012, I reported on the appearance of a strain of drug-resistant tuberculosis in rural parts of India. In the article, I… 0

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Kidney Stones

The human kidney has a tendency, in some people, to develop an accumulation of crystals. These crystals form masses known as “kidney stones”…. 4

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13 Foods That Can Help Diabetics

One of the most-frequently asked questions I get regarding medical preparedness is about diabetes. Insulin, as it come in liquid for, doesn’t maintain… 2

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Survival Medicine Hour: Lyme Disease, Depression

In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss tick-borne… 0

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Heart Disease in Survival

  Unlike most doctors, I don’t spend a great deal of time discussing coronary artery disease, even though it is one of the… 0

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Diabetes and Survival, Part 5: Natural Remedies

  In the first 4 parts of our series on Diabetes Mellitis, we discussed type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes, methods of… 12

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