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Communities Putting Prevention to Work

Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) is a locally driven initiative supporting 50 communities to tackle obesity and tobacco use--two leading preventable causes of death and disability in the United States.

Alternative cancer treatment Dr. Burzynski

Case Dismissed! Alternative Cancer Treatment Wins Big

(After a long battle, we finally have an alternative successful approach to brain cancer approved)

हेपेटाइटिस से हर साल होती है साढ़े 13 लाख की मौत | Punjab Kesari

हेपेटाइटिस से हर साल होती है साढ़े 13 लाख की मौत | Punjab Kesari

Organizational culture and its implications for infection prevention and control in healthcare institutions

Organizational culture and its implications for infection prevention and control in healthcare institutions

How do placebos work? The science of mind over body - podcast

How do placebos work? The science of mind over body - podcast

Jo Marchant, science journalist and author of Cure reveals the powerful and unexpected ways in which the mind can have a role in healing

Where I first read about the GAPS diet... Makes SO much sense!     "When we start the GAPS treatment at the age of 2, 3, 4, up to 5, you give your child a real chance to completely recover from autism, from ADHD, ADD, dyslexia and dyspraxia—and that larger group of children who do not fit into any diagnostic box… These are the children with whom doctors usually procrastinate.

Mercola Article on fructose and checking uric acid levels as a marker for toxicity from fructose. The ideal uric acid level is probably around 4 mg/dl for men and mg/dl for women. Discusess a program to optimize your uric acid levels.

So this means, God willing, that Daisy has completed her last chemo which is happy on so many levels: her hair can start to grow in 3-4 weeks! She can be around friends after she recovers! She can go out to a store or restaurant or a museum! She can swim! She can enjoy so many of the things we take for granted on a daily basis. We are forever changed by this experience of extreme restriction that has marked our lives for nearly 3 years. So go out and have some fun today, there’s so much to…

So this means, God willing, that Daisy has completed her last chemo which is happy on so many levels: her hair can start to grow in 3-4 weeks! She can be around friends after she recovers! She can go out to a store or restaurant or a museum! She can swim! She can enjoy so many of the things we take for granted on a daily basis. We are forever changed by this experience of extreme restriction that has marked our lives for nearly 3 years. So go out and have some fun today, there’s so much to…

First Nations Health Council of BC

First Nations Health Council of BC

Info about cultural beliefs pertinent to health care of immigrants. Modules for providers

A collection of resources and information related to cross-cultural and refugee health topics, including refugee screening.

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