Adrenal Hormone Testing and Multiple Sclerosis – The Role of Cortisol and Controlling Inflammation

Cortisol is one of our body’s natural anti-inflammatory chemicals. Without adequate cortisol we lose the ability to fight infection, control healthy organ function and maintain proper hormone levels. A recent post by Linda Cox about a new drug therapy for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) called Acthar which stimulates ACTH production highlights …

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Skype Call Recorder; Skype Video Recorder; Skype Chat Recorder. Callnote Premium

Callnote Premium Recording App for Skype: Record Audio and Video; Record Shared Screen and Chat from your Skype calls; Manage Skype Call Recordings locally; Save Skype Videos on Evernote and Dropbox; Share Call Records on Facebook or Email; All that for free for a limited time only! Callnote Premium Skype …

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Starting a company while coping with mental illness

A few years ago, during one of her regular visits to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, Sandra Rotman had an idea. At the time, the high-profile philanthropist was being treated for anxiety. The experience made her stronger, she says, but also led her to mull over …

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Remembering Jack Kevorkian in Wake of BC Supreme Court Decision

Dr. Jack Kevorkian died at age 83, June 3, 2011 at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan where he had been hospitalized with kidney and heart problems. Known world-wide as the advocate of assisted suicide, he was nicknamed Dr. Death. A pathologist by profession, Kevorkian took a public stand about …

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