Blood and Urine Tests

Various Blood tests can have false positives and negatives. Interpretation of blood tests takes knowledge of the underlying disease process and experience. If your lab results are outside the normal range, we suggest that you discuss them with your doctor. Often it is not the recent result, but the change from a previous test that...


Cancer is a diverse class of diseases which differ widely in their causes and biology. Any organism, even plants, can acquire cancer. Nearly all known cancers arise gradually, as errors build up in the cancer cell and its progeny mechanisms section for common types of errors.

Facial Diagnositcs

Bags under the eyes indicate a large intestine (colon) problem, or kidney problems. The bags right under, straddling the lower eyelids are kidney bags, the ones below them are large intestine (colon) bags. Liver and the area of the forehead between the eyebrows, also the right eye.

Family Doctor.Org

An allopathic medicine site, featuring a series of self-diagnostic charts, many of which can indicate possible cancers. Many of the diagnoses end with "see your doctor," certainly an indication to research further.

Fingernails and Toe Nail

Your fingernails won't be the only signs of these diseases, but they can provide confirmation or motivation to seek medical care. Don't ignore your hands or the health warnings they send. Fingernails and disease are more closely related than you think check your nails often to protect your health!
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How to Detect and Treat a Parasitic Infection

90% of the world's population has parasites (including you) and most of us don't know it because we don't see any outward signs of the parasite's presence - except the asthma, or fatigue, or bloating, or diabetes, etc.

How to Do a Testicular Self Examination

The Testicular Cancer Resource Center For men over the age of 14, a monthly self-exam of the testicles is an effective way of becoming familiar with this area of the body and thus enabling the detection of testicular cancer at an early -- and very curable -- stage.


When tumor cells metastasize, the new tumor is called a secondary or metastatic tumor, and its cells are like those in the original tumor. This means, for example, that, if breast cancer metastasizes to the lungs, the secondary tumor is made up of abnormal breast cells, not of abnormal lung cells. The tumor in the...

Prostate Screening

The prostate specific antigen (PSA) test commonly used to assess prostate cancer risk cannot reliably predict this risk in most cases. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has recommended against screening men over the age of 74 for prostate cancer. Treatments for the disease can have severe side effects, including impotence and incontinence, and may...

Skin Cancer Screening & Diagnosis

One of the most important factors contributing to the success of cancer treatment is how early a case of cancer is detected. This is true for almost all types of cancer, including skin cancer. By recognizing the early signs of skin cancer, a more appropriate treatment can be selected. Indeed, by some estimates, nearly all...

Study Reveals Huge Overdiagnosis

NaturalNews has previously reported on research into cancer overdiagnosis, which is particularly rampant with prostate cancer. In fact, PSA testing has resulted in over a million additional men being overdiagnosed with prostate cancer and subjected to treatment they didn't need
Prostate Gland

Ten Amazing Functions of the Prostate Gland

The prostate also filters and removes toxins for protection of the sperm, which enhances the chance of impregnation and ensures that men seed with the optimum quality of sperm. This is perhaps the prostate's most important function and, at the same time, can be one of the main reasons there is a growing epidemic of...
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Under the skin largest organ in your body

You might have heard that sure, parabens and other chemicals in your skin care are bad if ingested, but they can't penetrate your skin so you don't have anything to worry about. The fact is, much of what we place on our skin is absorbed into our bloodstream.