H1N1 Swine Flu Outbreak; Recommendations

Monday, January 27, 2014 10:01:57 AM America/Los_Angeles

hazardThey’re calling it the worst flu in 5 years. The H1N1 strain, the infamous ‘swine flu’ is back. The authorities want everyone vaccinated, but what if you have a compromised immune system? Over the age of 65? Already showing symptoms? What should you do? Hear our recommendations in this article from the Nutrikon Wellness Center.

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Nutrikon - Anna: Overcoming Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Sunday, November 18, 2012 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

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Chronic Fatigue, The Way Out

Saturday, November 17, 2012 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or CFS, is a controversial disorder. Official medical classification of CFS as a disease has only existed since 1988, and since then the exact epidemiology and even definition of the disease has been contested and argued for decades. The debate currently hinges on whether or not CFS is a physiological disease, or a psychological or psychosocial disease. Some argue that CFS is strongly tied to depression and stress and a number of other psychological factors and in order to create improvement, psychological treatment is required. Conversely, many believe that CFS is a physiological disease with many possible causes, or even multiple causes, or potentially even a compounding of a number of conditions simultaneously.

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Herpes; Nothing to Be Ashamed Of

Saturday, June 18, 2011 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Herpes is the broad common name for infections that occur as a result of the herpes simplex virus. There are actually two strains of this virus: herpes simplex 1 and herpes simplex 2, more commonly written as HSV1 and HSV2. The primary difference is that HSV1 infections typically manifest as cold sores or fever blisters on various parts of the mouth, throat, and face, as well as the central nervous system. HSV2 more commonly creates these same blisters, but in the anogenital area. 

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