- April 1st, 2012
Imagine you go to the doctor for an annual physical… in general, you feel terrific. Yet during your examination, a screening test reveals that you have cancer. Although you don’t feel sick, you don’t need the doctor to tell you your life might end sooner than later without treatment.The cancer may be gone, but why do you still feel ill?By Julie Silver, MD
- April 1st, 2012
Dr. Andrew Abraham’s battle with cancer inspired Orgain, the world’s first certified-organic meal replacement drink. His physician-inspired recipe includes ingredients that are used by top cancer centers and world-class athletes alike. Dr. Abraham talks to Natural Solutions about his motivation for creating the drink.By Cara Lucas
- March 1st, 2012
The spark that became the Annie Appleseed Project (annieappleseedproject.org) ignited with the diagnosis of a single cancer patient nearly 20 years ago.Organization seeks to move alternative therapies into the mainstream through its website and conferences.
- September 1st, 2011
Jerry Brunetti is a cancer survivor, but he didn’t beat it traditionally. When diagnosed with life-threatening lymphoma, he took his health into his own hands and decided to forego the aggressive chemotherapy his doctor said was necessary to save his life.Bucking conventional treatment, and beating cancerBy Cara Lucas
- August 31st, 2011
Integrative Care for Cancer Patients
Thorne research found that 80 to 90 percent of cancer patients don’t disclose information to their doctors about supplement usage. Taking supplements empowers the patient, according to Andrew Campbell MD, and allows them to feel they have some control over the treatment process.
- July 1st, 2011
Unlike many other animals, dogs are susceptible to the same types of cancer as humans. Cancer is the number one natural cause of death in older dogs, affecting about one in three dogs.
- January 1st, 2011
The jury is still out on whether there is a connection between cell phones and health problems. Here’s what we do know. And here’s how to be smarter about how you use your phone.
The jury is still out on whether there is a connection between cell phones and health problems. Here's what we do know. And here's how to be smarter about how you use your phone.By Megan Feldman
- November 1st, 2010
’Tis the season for citrus fruit. Good thing, because when eaten daily, those tasty grapefruits, clementines, and kumquats may lower incidence of several types of cancer, according to a new study of 42,470 Japanese adults over age 40. Among female participants, citrus consumption was tied to a 14 percent reduction of incidence of all cancers; for men it was 11 percent.by Melaina Juntti
- June 1st, 2010
Yet another study—this one including more than half a million people—confirms what our docs have been warning us about: Eating red meat increases cancer risk. So we can’t help but wonder, Why is red meat so bad? Recent research revealed at least part of the answer as chronic inflammation.
- October 1st, 2009
According to the American Cancer Society, one in eight US women will develop breast cancer at some point in their lives. This staggering stat could equal two members of your soccer team, three women in your yoga class, or five faces you see in a busy sushi joint. Fortunately, there are several natural ways to potentially lower your breast cancer risk.
By Melaina Juntti