• Dr. Oz – Urinary Tract Infection Cure

    Dr. Oz – Urinary Tract Infection Cure

    Dr. OzUrinary Tract Infection CureDr. Oz did a segment about a urinary tract infection cure.  Just in case you don’t know, Dr. Oz is a very popular doctor that has his own talk show, “The Dr. Oz Show”.  He is a cardiac surgeon and a graduate from Harvard University.  Dr. Oz is known for educating the public about home remedies and general health.  He covers a wide variety of health topics.  The Dr. Oz Show is aired on ABC.What can you do to stop a urinary tract infection?  This is a very common question and the answer is almost always ... Read More »
  • D-Mannose for Urinary Tract Infection – Does it Really Work?

    D-Mannose for Urinary Tract Infection – Does it Really Work?

  • Tampons and Toxic Shock Syndrome

    Tampons and Toxic Shock Syndrome

    Tampons and Toxic Shock Syndrome Pads or Tampons?  A Life Altering Decision Each and every tampon box has a “Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS)” warning on the back.  You know it’s there but do you actually know what it is?  In a nutshell, TSS is caused by bad bacteria breeding inside of the vagina due to wearing tampons or using vaginal barrier contraceptive methods (diaphragm).  If you think it could never happen to you, you’re wrong.  I read a story recently about a girl that woke up in a nightmare.  She had TSS but wasn’t aware because she had never taken ... Read More »
  • How Do You Get Sepsis?

    How Do You Get Sepsis?

    How Do You Get Sepsis? Sepsis (also called blood poisoning),is a very serious medical condition that can be life threatening.  It is caused by a bacterial infection in the body.  The infection in itself is not what causes sepsis, it’s actually the chemicals in the body causing the response.  Chemicals are released in the body to fight off infection and widespread inflammation is the result.  This inflammation can cause organ damage.  Blood flow is reduced within the arms, legs and internal organs.  This stops nutrients and oxygen from getting to these areas.  Sepsis is not contagious.  How do you get ... Read More »