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Vit D Helps Nasal Steroids Work Better

Vitamin D continues to break new ground with new uses. A recent study comparing patients with seasonal allergies who used nasal steroids for the allergies and those who were taking Vit D along with the steroid. The results were significant. Vitamin D improved the outcome of steroid use within 24 hours.
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By |May 21st, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Vit D Helps Nasal Steroids Work Better

Disruptive Behavior Affects Hospital Financial Health

Disruptive Behavior Affects Hospital Financial Health.

FYI:

1.5 million preventable drug "events" occur each year
1 out of every 10 patients suffers as a result
adverse drug events increase the hospital stay 2.2-4.6 days
hospital acquired infections result in 99,000 deaths each year
and an estimated 1.7 million infections

Don Lowrance, MS, DDS, CCN via Medline

By |December 12th, 2010|Health and Nutrition|Comments Off on Disruptive Behavior Affects Hospital Financial Health

FDA Hearing on Mercury-Based Fillings Will Question Safety Threshold

FDA Hearing on Mercury-Based Fillings Will Question Safety Threshold

More than 30 years ago, concerned dentists organized to fight against the use of Amalgam as a dental restoration.  Amalgam is the silver filling material that is still the most commonly used dental restorative material.  The initial push-back came from the American Dental Association which did then
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By |December 12th, 2010|Mercury-Free Dentistry|Comments Off on FDA Hearing on Mercury-Based Fillings Will Question Safety Threshold

New Study: Vit. D decreases Risk for Stroke

Over the last 5 years, I have posted articles relating to Vitamin D deficiency many times. Each time, I have encouraged increased doses of Vit D for various reasons. The new unofficial standard is 2000 IU of Vitamin D daily (old suggested dose was 400 IU daily) and the the new blood test
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By |November 22nd, 2010|Health and Nutrition|Comments Off on New Study: Vit. D decreases Risk for Stroke

New Nasal Spray Anesthetic

What if you could forgo getting a shot for anesthetic and instead use a nasal spray. That right—a nasal spray. That is just what may happen if the Phase 3 clinical trials go as expected. Sometime within the next 24 months a nasal spray will be available for use to make the
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By |October 19th, 2010|Uncategorized|Comments Off on New Nasal Spray Anesthetic
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