Candida Albicans, Part 2

The following is a “partial” list of yeast-connected illnesses:

Agitation, Allergies, Anxiety, Asthma, Body Aches, Bronchitis, Chemical Sensitivities, Chronic Heartburn, Colitis Constipation, Cramping, Depression, Diarrhea, Dizziness, Earaches, Gastritis, Headaches, Hives, Hyperactivity, Impotence, Infections, Insomnia, Lethargy, Loss of Libido, Loss of Memory, Menstrual Irregularities, PMS, Anxiety/Tension, PMS Depression/Moodiness, Sensitivity to Odors, Chemicals etc., Stomach Bloating, Weight Changes, Yeast Infections, and many more! (more…)

Candida Albicans, Part 1

There is a way to determine if you have Candida Albicans. Take this very short quiz and answer truthfully.

Rate Your Heath Quiz for Candida Albicans.
Count your “Yes” answers. (more…)

Radial Keratotomy. Part 2

This procedure involves the surgeon taking 4 to 16 incisions on the cornea in a spoke like pattern. This allows light to land back on the retina and results in clearer vision. This is done on an outpatient basis and most patients experience mild to moderate discomfort the day of * Automated Laser Keratolotic (ALK). (more…)

Radial Keratotomy. Part 1

One of the new interventions for near-sightedness is Radial Keratotomy. Near-sightedness is often an inherited condition. That is, you have trouble seeing objects at a distance. It is termed Myopia. People with an unevenly curved cornea or astigmatisms have difficulty focusing on an object and often experience a doubling or ghosting effect. (more…)