There appears to be a connection between air ions and mood. Long touted in the pop literature as a mood enhancer, it was not until the 1990’s that this environmental factor was evaluated for antidepressant properties. The initial clinical trial by Drs. Michael and Jiuan Su Terman at Columbia, reported in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, focused on patients with seasonal affective disorder as they experienced major depressive episodes in winter. They found high-density negative ions to be as effective as light therapy in treatment of this disorder.
The idea that fever is a method of therapy may be traced back to the early days of written history. "Give me the
power to produce fever, and I will cure all disease," is a quotation attributed to Hippocrates more than twenty three
hundred years ago. Ruphos of Ephesus, four hundred and fifty years afterwards, said: "If indeed any were so good a
physician as to be able to produce fever, it would not be necessary to look for any other remedy in sickness."
For many, the biggest news in FIR [Far-InfraRed] technology is its application to the evolving science of detoxification, and the device being used is the Far-InfraRed sauna. At home and in clinics, these saunas are said to yield many benefits-- including relief from different kinds of pain; stimulation of immune response; improvement in skin tone and conditions such as burns, eczema and acne; and the accelerated burning of calories. But the detox application is health news that can benefit everyone.
Janice wasn't flattered when the German shopkeeper congratulated her on the baby she looked about to deliver. For despite her severely swollen abdomen, Janice was not pregnant. She had advanced, multidrug resistant peritoneal cancer with an accumulation of fluid in her abdominal cavity. Janice had been told she was in the end stages of an eight year battle that had started with ovarian cancer and metastasized into liver, colon and bladder cancer.
Hello, my name is Dr. John L. Tate, a practicing dental surgeon, in Spartanburg, South Carolina. I am excited about a technology that has been introduced to me to help my patients recover from what we call “high-risk” surgery involving patients who have immune compromised problems, which we will share with you on video and this transcription. For my colleagues and any practicing physician or health professional who is involved in this kind of surgery, in immune response, or in complete healing, I think you will find this very exciting and very interesting. Let me share with you the opinion of my best friend, my wife, who has had a very interesting experience with this technology.