Monthly Archives: July 2011

Urinary Tract Infections: A Simple Solution In Many Cases

Urinary tract infections are the second most common infection afflicting people around the globe, accounting for 8.3 million doctor visits annually.  Infections are most often caused by the multitude of bacteria from the intestinal tract, which migrate to the opening of the uretha and begin to multiply. The uretha is the tube that carries urine from the … Read the full article »

The Battle of the Bulge: Fighting “Belly Fat”

The battle of the century deals with the issue of “belly fat”.  A Daily News headline (7-8-2011) was “South is losing battle of the bulge.” The article went on to say: Rural Mississippi is the country’s fattest state for the 7th year in a row, according to an annual obesity report issued Thursday. Colorado, a playground for … Read the full article »

Mold: Serious Side Effects and Solutions

Molds are simple microscopic organisms,  present virtually everywhere world-wide, indoors and outdoors.  Molds, including all mildew, mushrooms and yeast are fungi and are needed to break down dead material. Damp weather and moisture promotes indoor mold growth. Outdoor mold thrives in gutters, soil, rotten wood and fallen leaves. Bathrooms, kitchens, basements, carpets and houseplants need to be … Read the full article »