Dr. Glidden’s Mini Lecture On Nasal Allergies Widespread Presence Nasal allergies are estimated to affect approximately 50 million people in the United States, and its widespread presence is increasing, affecting as many as 30 percent of adults and up to 40 percent of children. 16.9 million adults and 6.7 million children have been diagnosed in […]
Unique Method of Cancer Treatment Every Patient’s Cancer Is Different Dr. Glidden’s guest is Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski of the Burzynski Clinic in Houston, Texas. Dr. Burzynski describes the research involved in his unique method of cancer treatment. The number of “sick” genes, i.e. mutated genes, is different in different malignancies. In the most aggressive cancers […]
Gallstones affect approximately one in ten Americans, and are associated with approximately 3,000 deaths annually. More than 800,000 hospitalizations each year are caused by gallstones that are large enough to cause significant pain. Over 500,000 people undergo surgery for gallstones annually. Avoid becoming another galling statistic. Watch the videos below… Linda in Ontario has a […]
Leonard Nimoy Dead of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Leonard Nimoy, beloved Mr. Spock of Star Trek fame, died today at 83 of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD. Dr. Glidden, who affectionately imitates him in his videos, is particularly distressed by Mr. Spock’s untimely and unnecessary death. Dr. Glidden assures us that he undoubtedly had […]
From The Wall Street Journal FDA Clears ‘Pacemaker for the Stomach’ Implant Targets Nerve Pathway That Makes People Feel Hungry Thomas M. Burton Jan. 14, 2015 6:00 p.m. ET Federal regulators on Wednesday approved a novel dieting device that acts like a pacemaker for the stomach by manipulating the nerve pathway that makes people feel […]
Are you feeling funky? Did Santa not deliver – or deliver too much? Holiday cookies got you cooked? Did your relatives leave you with relativistic angst? Learn how to beat the post-holiday blues… read on! Well, you are not alone. Many people feel less than optimal all year long and then the holidays make it […]
Quick & Healthy Meal Will Have Your Whole Family Saying “Yummm!” These grain free & gluten free crepes are the perfect mix of protein, satisfying fat, and easy to digest carbs. They also make a great healthy, quick / lazy dinner! Recipe makes enough gluten free crepes for 1-2 people, but you will LOVE these– […]
Kim’s client has vulvodynia. Jurda’s son has sickle cell anemia and Frances has seen over 30 doctors for all her physical complaints. Marjay’s friend takes Ambien for insomnia and Cassandra does not appreciate her menopausal symptoms. What would you advise Donna to do? She has breast cancer and wonders if she should avoid conventional treatment.