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Colloidal Silver for Stevens-Johnson Syndrome

April 23, 2018; by Briana McDonald- Staff Writer; Silver Bulletin e-News Magazine  ( Stevens-Johnson Syndrome is a very serious and very rare disorder that affects your skin and mucous membranes. It can begin with just flu-like symptoms that start with fever  but quickly turns into red or purple rashes that develop blisters. These blisters can […]

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Infantile Colic

April 23, 2018; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service,  by Ralph K. Campbell, MD (OMNS Apr 18 2018) An infant with colic not only is suffering from pain, but is causing great concern in parents attempting to render loving care. We can’t ask the infant to rate the pain on a scale from 1 to 10, but […]

Business Model

Goldman Sachs Analyst: Curing Patients Not a Sustainable Medical Business Model

April 23, 2018; Written By: Carey Wedler This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2018 Originally published on One of the most reviled companies in the United States recently gave Americans yet another reason to distrust their power: A recent Goldman Sachs report reveals the company questioning whether or not curing chronic illness is compatible with […]


Build Your Own Herbal First Aid Kit

April 16, 2018; by Briana McDonald (  Generations of skilled herbal practitioners and researchers have tested the science of herbology, producing a wide variety of plant-based remedies that are safe and effective. The proper use of herbs is often successful in the treatment of illness when other, more conventional medicines and methods fail. Herbs can […]


Childbirth Choices Matter: Why an Elective C-section May Not Be the Best Decision for Mom or Baby

March 16, 2018; Written By: Dara Berger This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2018 Originally published on It may be shocking to learn that thirty percent of American babies are born via Cesarean delivery (CD). This statistic doesn’t mean that one-third of all pregnant women are having complications that lead them to require an emergency cesarean. […]

Happy Baby

Multivitamin and Folic Acid Lowers Autism Rates

April 13, 2018; by Terry Vanderheyden, ND, RH (OMNS Jan 15, 2018) Children of mothers who take multivitamins and/or folic acid supplements have a 60% lower autism risk, even if their moms take the supplements before getting pregnant. [1] The risk is lowered even in those who used the supplements before becoming pregnant but discontinued […]

Flaxseed Tea

Amazing Benefits of Flaxseed Tea

April 13, 2018; by Briana McDonald ( We all know summer is right around the corner and if you’re like me walking through the isles of Wal-Mart and Target you may be getting a little nervous if you’re still dealing with the post winter pouch. Have no fear! You can lose weight and keep it […]

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Soothe Hives Outbreaks with Natural Sources

By Briana McDonald ( Hives, also known as “Urticaria” and “Angioedema” are raised, itchy, red welts on the surface of the skin that can vary in size and shape. Although hives are pretty common it can still be a little frightening when we or a loved one experiences an outbreak. Thankfully you can soothe hives […]

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Sodium Ascorbate Treatment of Whooping Cough

April 10, 2018; by Suzanne Humphries, MD (OMNS Apr 6 2018) My motivation to find a solution came from watching two young girls that were close to me suffer from whooping cough. Neither conventional antibiotics nor homeopathic options helped at all. A skilled and revered homeopath was so concerned that he even said to take […]

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Middle Ear Infection in Infants and Children

March 05, 2018; by Ralph Campbell, MD (OMNS Jan 23, 2018) We call those big flaps on each side of our heads “ears”; so where is the middle ear? “Middle ear” refers to the medical terminology in which there are three parts: The external ear, the middle ear – a space bordered on the outer […]


The Truth About Toxic Mattresses

March 5, 2018; Posted By: GMI Reporter This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2018 We spend about 1/3 of our life sleeping, so what could be more important than knowing you and your loved ones aren’t sleeping on a toxic mattress? Are you concerned about the bed you are sleeping on? What about the beds […]

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Combat Sleep Paralysis and Narcolepsy Naturally

April 2, 2018; by Briana McDonald ( Narcolepsy is a chronic sleep disorder that affects an estimated 200,000 people in the United States alone. This condition can make daily life very difficult to manage since staying awake for long periods of time is very hard for the individual suffering with the condition regardless of the […]