However, when you are on the receiving end, or someone you love is on the receiving end, the term ‘exploratory surgery’ is far from cool or macho.
Actual Patient Case History leading to Chronic Eosinophilic Pneumonia:
82 year old male with a severe bout of bilateral pneumonia treated successfully with antibiotics.
Then the pneumonia came back.
Treated again with antibiotics.
Pnemonia came back ... again.
Pleural Empyema followed causing liters of fluid build-up in the lining of his lungs. While the paramedic was running the patient down the hall, he asked, “Do you want to be resuscitated if we lose you?”
The patient ended up staying in the hospital for 3 weeks. Every few days the
Awesome question. I really appreciate how you think – prevention is key and a lot easier than dealing with illness.
Regarding Malaria: Research shows that malaria can be killed and prevented quite well through artemesinin. Even the World Health Organization is recommending the use of artemisinin-based combination therapies.
A supplement that I recommend taking to areas with malaria, and many other unwanted organisms, is ParaBiotic by Biogenesis:
Why? Because ParaBiotic contains a broad mix of very potent anti-bacterial/viral and parasitic herbs. Some of my professors at Bastyr also recommended it to patients who were traveling in areas with Malaria.
Before I mention how to reduce cancer-causing compounds from your 4th of July holiday, I want you to know this: Save 10% off any item at HealthE Goods using coupon code: HAPPY4TH Expires July 9th.
Now, let's discuss how to reduce cancer-causing effects from a very fun holiday! I've noticed some concerning things over the years - especially given my awareness of toxicology and environmental medicine.
Concern #1: While fireworks are fun, brilliant and gorgeous to watch, the smoke they create is not healthy at all. Solution: Take 1 capsule of N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine to support your liver in removing the inhaled chemicals the fireworks have released into your body.
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