Alcohol, Nightclubs, and College Students: A Lethal Cocktail

By William L. Smith Ph. D. Drugs and alcohol are the most common substances abused by teenagers. Alcoholism, also know as alcohol dependence, has symptoms such as craving, loss of control, loss of … [Read more...]

Myth Or Not?

Re: Myth: No one can possibly understand what I’m going through. I am going to challenge this statement as being a myth. My husband, Chris, has been battling MS for a long, long time. He is pretty … [Read more...]

Half Of Cancer Is Preventable

Do You Know Someone With Cancer? New Research Reveals Half Of All Cancer Preventable Almost everyone recognizes that cigarettes and other known carcinogens cause cancer in many people. However, … [Read more...]

MS Express

It began as a joke between Carlo and his wife Angela. When bed-confined during his early years of Multiple Sclerosis, Carlo faithfully watched Katie Couric on the Today Show every morning. He joked to … [Read more...]

Hormones And MS

It is interesting that pregnancy can be the healthiest time for many women. I am convinced that the hormones are very protective of our bodies. I was 52 when diagnosed in 2000 and suffered quite a … [Read more...]

A Child’s Final Journey

A Child's Final Journey By Tom Hanks. The James Fund for Neuroblastoma Research at SickKids Honorary Patron Tom Hanks. In March of 2001 the … [Read more...]

How Can I Help When A Child Dies

How Can I Help ... When a Child Dies? I am already at a loss for words when an adult dies. I would be speechless what to say when a child dies...Ruth Here is some help "A child has died. Regardless … [Read more...]

Drug Use Among Teens

  WASHINGTON (AP) - Drug use among teens has dipped nationally in the United States but underage drinking persists, with jumps in California and Wisconsin, according to a study released Thursday.The … [Read more...]

James, Ya can’t let cancer ruin your day

Foreword By Tom Hanks. The James Fund for Neuroblastoma Research at SickKids Honorary Patron Tom Hanks In March of 2001 the The James Fund for Neuroblastoma Research at … [Read more...]

Fat Man Walking…Fight Obesity

Fat Man Walking…Thin, Living, Gracious Man Emerging Steve A few days ago, one of my closest friends called me up and asked if I heard about “that obese guy walking across the country.” “No,” … [Read more...]

Obesity and Cholesterol in kids

It has been revealed in the survey that almost 65% of infant population is said to be suffering from obesity and its related diseases. According to the experts obesity is the base which leads to high … [Read more...]

Kids and Easter without chocolate

From Dr Barry Sears, Children can enjoy Easter festivities without stuffing themselves with chocolate and jelly beans. Jelly beans, by the way, are made from sugar, starch and corn syrup, guaranteed … [Read more...]

So, what exactly is Multiple Sclerosis

"Ok then, what is Multiple Sclerosis?" Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the Central Nervous System (CNS) - that's the brain and spinal cord. … [Read more...]

Symptoms of MS

When my husband was first experiencing symptoms of MS, the doctors told him it was "all in his head". He also suffers from spinal arthritis. His whole spine is fused, from the top of the neck to the … [Read more...]

Obesity And Your Child

Obesity And Your Child. Stop The Cycle My own personal concern with overweight children is that the children have not been taught by the school, their parents or their doctors the importance of … [Read more...]

Low Glycemic Breakfast Cereal

ProductDetail: Finally, With this product, the line is complete. Come and see Dr Sears New Cereal, Ruth "Each serving of delicious and satisfying Dr. Sears Honey Almond Zone Cereal contains 14g of … [Read more...]

Obesity Risk ? Fat causes Killer Inflammation

For a number of years now I have been "preaching " (grin) about Dr Barry Sears disease, weight, and inflammation. Obesity Risk Fat causes Killer Inflammation Response in the Obese and … [Read more...]

Repair Damaged Myelin

I thought you would like to read the attached article: DALLAS - Novel therapeutic strategies for multiple sclerosis are being developed to remove barriers to natural repair processes that might … [Read more...]

Early lung cancer detection needed

When Dana Reeve, widow of actor Christopher Reeve, died of lung cancer, the stories of her death pointed out that she didn’t smoke. She was young, only 44; she had nursed her paralyzed husband for … [Read more...]

Money for Ottawa Cancer Care

  Ontario gives Ottawa cancer care $140M boost Last updated Mar 10 2006 08:25 AM EST CBC News  The Ontario government announced Thursday it will invest $140 million to upgrade cancer care facilities … [Read more...]

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