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Opioid painkillers for chronic pancreatitis. Are they the right solution?

By Peter Melamed, Ph.D. The doctor’s central purpose is to alleviate the patient’s pain. In a case of chronic pancreatitis with recurrent attacks of the abdominal pain, most of the patients want pain management. By medical statistic, 70% of pancreatitis in the UA is alcoholic pancreatitis. These young or middle age alcoholics do not like to change anything in their life to alleviate chronic pancreatitis. Only severe pain pushes these individuals run to ER or PCP for help. Unfortunately,...

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Gallbladder stone: causes and alternative medicine treatment

By Peter Melamed, Ph.D. There are the facts from the medical literature. 20 to 25 million Americans have (or will have) gallstones. The majority of persons with gallbladder stones never experience any symptoms. The introduction of laparoscopic gallbladder surgery in 1989 further increased the cholecystectomy rate on 60%. 700,000 Americans lost their gallbladders every year. Gallbladder removal surgery negatively affects about 10-15% of patients, and it is known as a...

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Acidity Kills the Pancreas

by Peter Melamed, PhD, and Felix Melamed, MS From the Townsend Letter August/September 2015 ABSTRACT Three main, interrelated reasons for widespread digestive disorders in the modern world might be chronic metabolic acidosis, low exocrine pancreatic function, and intestinal dysbiosis. Chronic metabolic acidosis mainly distresses two alkaline digestive glands: the liver, and pancreas, which secrete alkaline bile and pancreatic juice with a great amount of bicarbonate. The acidic shift...

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Would you like to stop recurrent sinusitis without antibiotics?

By Peter Melamed, Ph.D. If you are one from the 37 millions of the Americans who suffer from recurrent sinusitis, you can try a non-drug approach for your condition. I do not explain you symptoms of the recurrent sinusitis you know them pretty well. However, I want to tell you why the previous treatment did not work. A human being has the self-healing mechanism to move congested or infected stuff out from the body. A human being can fight with infection and inflammation with the help of...

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Low vitamin D associated with age-related cognitive decline and dementia

In a new study published earlier this month in JAMA Neurology, researchers demonstrated a significant association between vitamin D insufficiency and cognitive decline that is specifically seen in Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Please read the rest here . You can purchase superior quality Vitamin D here

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