a book by Cherie Kephart
Empowers Those with Undiagnosed Illness in Inspirational Memoir: A Few Minor Adjustments
Cherie Kephart, a young woman who longed for adventure, traveled the world from the remote villages of Central … Continue reading
By A Very Grateful Patient
I had been dealing with many health issues since 2009; going from doctor to doctor without obtaining an accurate diagnosis (including the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida). I knew something was wrong, as I was so sick, but despite several lab tests being off, still I received no answers.
Then I found Philomena Marcus in … Continue reading
by Karen Larré, Carla Garcia and Dave Weaver
Many know Kimberly Williams-Paisley as the bride in the popular Steve Martin remakes of the Father of the Bride movies, the calculating Peggy Kenter on the popular TV drama Nashville, or the wife of country music artist, Brad Paisley. But behind the scenes, Kim was dealing with a tragic secret: … Continue reading
by Dr. Carla Garcia, D.O.M.
By Comparison, Micro-Needling is Not Expensive or Invasive
There are always new treatments that promise younger looking skin. Expensive Botox injections were approved about 5 years ago. More recently fillers and lasers have become very popular. Now micro-needling has become the new non-invasive way to achieve youthful looking skin; but what … Continue reading
By Hong-ik Cheong
So why does Belly Button Healing work so well? “What may seem like only a birth scar”, Mr. Ilchi Lee says in his newest book “Belly Button Healing: Unlocking the Second Brain for a Healthy Life, published by Best Life Media, “is actually a point that connects to major organs, blood vessels, … Continue reading
a book by Scott Stabile
Love makes life better and love heals.
If anyone had a right to curl up in a ball and give up, it’s Scott Stabile. His parents were murdered … Continue reading
by Stephen Weiss, M.D., Holistic/Integrative Physician & Homeopath
As I write this, an ungodly number of wildfires are raging out of control once again, almost exclusively in the western states. The damage and destruction of these blazes is plain to see, and lives are being lost (as well as property and precious belongings). A similar process … Continue reading
By Edalyn Johnson, FNP
As we just moved out of October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I was compelled to provide Truly Alive readers with this information:
“NBCAM [National Breast Cancer Awareness Month] was founded in 1985 in October as a partnership between the American Cancer Society and the pharmaceutical division of Imperial Chemical … Continue reading
by Dr. Glenn Wilcox, D.O.M.
Yes! Below, I’ll go into detail about how a parasite (that’s very common in America) has been linked to Alzheimer’s and more. Unfortunately, the main way humans get it is from cats. However, there is plenty of scientific evidence that many parasites can affect not only the behavior of … Continue reading
by Bill Haggard, All About Health
This was an awesome song, sung by The Sons of the Pioneers with Roy Rogers. I highly recommend going to youtube.com and listening to it. A lot of time has passed since this song was popular. Back then, you could drink cool … Continue reading