When Pain is the Problem

The Institute of Medicine estimates that 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. This is even more alarming when you consider that the population of the United States is currently 318 million. Chronic pain can limit enjoyable activities and, when severe, can result in significant loss of function and feelings of hopelessness if pain is…

Cocktail Hour – Why a Myer’s Cocktail Might Be Just What You Need

Are you fatigued? Frequently ill? Feeling depressed? Perhaps intravenous micronutrient (vitamin/mineral) therapy is just what you need. John Myers, MD, a physician from Baltimore, MD pioneered the use of intravenous micronutrients as part of treatment protocols for varying medical conditions. After he died in 1984, Dr. Alan Gaby, MD continued his work of administering IV…

Ultimate Guide to Ragweed’s Clock

Mid-August typically marks the opening of ragweed season, with diminishing daylight and lengthening night time that can stimulate plant pollination. The season peaks in late August, and typically ends by mid-September. Ragweed grows most commonly in the Eastern and Midwest US states, and it lives only one season. During its short life, ragweed can wreak…