There is no established group of medical specialists who specifically diagnose and treat muscle.
The musculoskeletal system incorporates bones, muscles, and connective tissue (your ligaments, tendons, and fascia). Collectively these body parts provide the framework for your body, create your movements, and dictate your degree of flexibility.
My experience has shown me that dysfunction of the musculo-skeletal system can cause or contribute to all sorts of diseases.
Exposure to endocrine disruptors during pregnancy may have significant health risks because of the particular vulnerability of developing organ systems
There is increasing evidence that synthetic chemicals can interfere with the proper functioning of our endocrine system by mimicking the effects of the hormones
Here is a hilarious video from Canada on the topic of the flu shot:
This general panic about the flu this year raises some important questions about how you can protect yourself and your... View Article
Nearly twenty years ago, I did a workshop with Jon Kabat-Zinn whose first book "Full Catastrophe Living" and overall teachings had a lasting influence on me.
Covers the following topics: what is in the regular flu shot, do flu shots work, what about the new swine flu vaccine and what can you do.
What does vitamin D do, how much sunshine do you need, what are food sources, why there is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency and more questions answered.
It is estimated that anywhere from 30 to 100% of Americans, depending upon their age and community living environments, are deficient in Vitamin D.
In terms of getting better health care or becoming a healthier nation we have to make serious changes. We will only flourish if we address the root causes of the problem.