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As you look for the best medical treatments and advice for yourself and your family, a natural solution may be your best option. More and more experts point to integrative medicine, which combines the best of conventional medicine with the best of drug-free, natural medicine.

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By accessing the time-tested guidance of Natural Health Advisory with the health expertise of University Health News—expertise culled from the nation’s top medical institutions—you’ll be privy to a wealth of intelligence to keep you feeling your best.

Armed with the right information, you can find doctor-recommended, scientifically backed natural health options that not only work, but that solve the underlying causes of various conditions in the first place.

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  • low d.

    Hi Karen,
    While i realize that dopamine is the issue in Parkinson’s I have been a bit shy talking about it. I have read that medications for ADHD conditions that provide dopamine actually over time prevent the user to make their own dopamine, therefore alterations to the drug are required either by increasing the dose or changing it. So I wonder, and of course I am not a medical doctor, if this would be true for those with Parkinson’s? The other thing is in the case where large amounts of sugar are eaten over time the dopamine receptors down regulate leaving fewer receptors for dopamine. So the body may indeed have enough dopamine but the receptors are not there to receive it??? Just a thought! So maybe i should put that out there and include Parkinson’s ???

  • guillermina s.

    I am interested on finding some other solution to this madness of her illness and those hard drugs she has been taking for the past 8 years. My daughter has a DX of SLE and recently she is very jaundice itching and scratching all over her body.
    We went to the ER and all her labs were normal except for the billyruben was high 9.5.
    until finally her Rheumatologistcalled her the next day and told her the jaundice was from the Imuran. She was told she will be having the yellow jaundice for another week.
    at least we know now the jaundice was caused by the long term use of Imuran.
    she is now 30 years old and has been havinging a terrible year with symptoms and medications treatment for her chronic illness.
    I found you through the HTN book advertisement.
    I hope that we can find a solution to her illness at least temporarily so she can take a break .
    Once I have any information from you I will forwarded to my daughter.

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