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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis, Hope or Hoax?

Posted January 15, 2014

A recent article in appearing in a UK news source reported on the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for multiple sclerosis, a treatment that has its share of skeptics as well as advocates. The article highlights the question as to whether this form of natural therapy offers hope to MSers or is it a hoax.

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Nontoxic Cancer Therapy Proves Effective Against Metastatic Cancer

Posted June 6, 2013

A combination of nontoxic dietary and hyperbaric oxygen therapies effectively increased survival time in a mouse model of aggressive metastatic cancer, a research team from the Hyperbaric Biomedical Research Laboratory at the University of South Florida has found.

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Oxygen Therapy Slows Type 1 Diabetes in Mice, Study Says

Posted May 14, 2012

Treatment with hyperbaric oxygen therapy helped prevent or slow the progression of type 1 diabetes in mice, according to new research. It is too early to say if the results might apply to humans, however.

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Improves Autism

Posted May 6, 2009

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, already used for the treatment of the bends, carbon monoxide poisoning and a variety of other conditions, may lead to improvement in autistic patients, according to a study conducted by physician Daniel Rossignol and published in the British Medical Journal.

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Hyperbaric treatment shows promise for autism

Posted March 24, 2009

Kids with autism may benefit from a series of treatments in a pressurized chamber with boosted oxygen levels. The results of small trial indicate that hyperbaric oxygen therapy, as it’s called, improves language ability, social interaction, and other functions in such children.

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How will organic food hold up in the recession?

Posted December 30, 2008

Market analysis have expressed concern this year that demand for organic food will shrink in the tight economic situation, as consumers become less willing to part with a premium.

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Too sick to work? Need health care? Take a number

Posted December 27, 2008

Master toolmaker John McClain built machine parts with details so small they couldn’t be seen with the naked eye. Then a lump on his neck turned out to be cancer

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Would You Tolerate This Abuse?

Posted November 12, 2008

Americans needlessly die while scientific discoveries that could save their lives remain trapped in bureaucratic red tape. There is a solution to this travesty. Allow free market innovation into the health care arena, and the development of new medical therapies will progress as rapidly as other technologies.

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FDA Takes End Run to Award Contract to PR Firm

Posted November 12, 2008

The FDA has hired a PR firm to counter recent bad press, but the move will cost tax payers more since the FDA circumvented standard government contracting procedures.

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Scientists Develop New Strategy to Fight Obesity

Posted November 12, 2008

An antibody that breaks down and suppresses an appetite stimulant produced by the human body has been discovered.

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