Use the links below to browse our complete library of articles on inflammation.
Inflammation — the key to chronic
disease? by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. Is chronic inflammation
really the cause of heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, and autoimmune diseases
from rheumatoid arthritis to psoriasis? Here you’ll find links to the many
and varied aspects of inflammation — and how to lower the flames in your body
What is chronic inflammation?
by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. A primer on the concept of chronic inflammation
and its roots in an imbalanced immune system. When we understand the differences
between normal acute inflammation and unhealthy chronic inflammation, we can appreciate
the power of making better choices.
— the natural approach, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP.
Reducing inflammation is a powerful way to improve your health and well-being. And
it’s simpler than you might think. Here’s our guide to reducing inflammation
the natural way, including tips for an anti-inflammatory diet, natural anti-inflammatory
supplements, and how to evoke your body’s own natural anti-inflammatories.
Joint pain or arthritis —
quieting the inflammatory noise, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP.
Many of us experience joint pain and arthritis symptoms with greater frequency and
intensity as we grow older, but ignore the messages our bodies are sending us. We
may think our aches and pains are just the “normal process of aging.”
But no matter what’s causing your joint pain, you can benefit from this safe,
simple, and natural approach to joint pain relief.
Natural flu prevention,
by Dixie Mills, MD, FACS. Vaccines aren’t the only step you can
take when it comes to flu prevention. Learn about natural ways to prevent influenza
infection from WomentoWomen.com
Lessons from lupus —
what an inflammatory disease can teach us about menopause (and vice versa!),
by Dixie Mills, MD, FACS. Women with the inflammatory disease lupus have
symptoms similar to perimenopause. Learn how quieting inflammation can support women’s
health in both!
What is lupus?, by
Dixie Mills, MD, FACS. The autoimmune disease called lupus is very common
in women. Find out more about lupus symptoms and how lupus is diagnosed.
Should a woman with
lupus take birth control pills or HRT?, by Dixie Mills, MD, FACS.
Flares in women with lupus can be related to hormonal imbalance, but should women
with lupus take hormones? Women to Women talks about the safety of birth control
and HRT in women with lupus.
Allergies and sensitivities — causes
and solutions, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. Allergies
and sensitivities are on the rise — so much so that by some estimates over
60 million Americans now suffer from allergies, and millions more from sensitivities.
Conventional medicine doesn’t try to identify the causes, frequently ignoring
anything but an acute allergic response. But we’ve seen dramatic improvements
in our patients’symptoms with our natural holistic approach.
Causes of inflammation,
by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. We are all exposed to some degree of inflammation,
and in fact, it’s necessary to keeps us alive and well. But here’s a
look at some of most common causes of the chronic inflammation that steals back
our health and longevity — many of which are well within our control.
Foods and herbs
for boosting immunity and respiratory health, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN
NP. Reduce the duration and severity of flu and cold symptoms naturally
with herbs and foods that support immune and respiratory health.
Vitamin D and flu prevention,
by Dr. Susan E. Brown, PhD. Seasonal and pandemic flu viruses may be worrisome,
but keeping your vitamin D levels optimal can help your immune system health.
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Last Date Modified: 05/10/2011