Mike Tawse: The Health-Care Survivor

Natural Health Advocate | Researcher | Author | Broadcaster

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Stand By Your Conscience

Is it really time to say goodbye to the UK as we know it, and should it be?

If you have a vote in Scotland, today, or know others who do, I wish you well. Stand by your conscience, knowing that the vast majority throughout these islands stand alongside you, ready to build for the future, upon the foundations of your choice.

Mike Tawse

Posted on the day of the Scottish Independence Referendum, 18 September 2014. Continue Reading

Charlotte Gerson: The Gerson Therapy — A Lecture At The College Of Naturopathic Medicine

This is, probably, the best, and most comprehensive, lecture ever given in a single video, on the power of the Gerson Therapy. Charlotte Gerson delivers with great vigour and conviction the properties and undeniable efficacy of the Gerson Therapy for treating degenerative diseases. As well as describing the therapy in detail, she explains the nutritional science upon which it is built, including why it must be followed so strictly in order to be effective.

Charlotte explains, amongst many other things why many foods, considered healthy by naturopaths and nutritionists, cannot be eaten by people most in need of the immense power of Gerson Therapy. Continue Reading

The Key To Being Happy

Allowing people inside your life is a beautiful thing. Letting go of people who drain your spirit is another beautiful thing you can do for your life. The key to being happy is knowing you have the power to choose what to accept and what to let go.

Dodinsky

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Anxiety And Sleeping Pills ‘Linked To Dementia’

Long-term use of pills for anxiety and sleep problems may be linked to Alzheimer’s, research suggests.

A study of older Canadian adults found that past benzodiazepine use for three months or more was linked to an increased risk (up to 51%) of dementia.

NHS guidelines say the drugs should be used for eight to 12 weeks at most.

The French-Canadian team says while the link is not definitive, it is another warning that treatments should not exceed three months.

“Benzodiazepine use is associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease,” lead researcher, Sophie Billioti de Gage of the University of Bordeaux, France, and colleagues wrote in the BMJ.

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