Postnasal drip is mucus that has dripped from the nose into the back of the throat. Besides being uncomfortable, postnasal drip can cause a sore throat, hoarseness or a cough.
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There is no cure for endometriosis. However, there are treatments that may help reduce pain and restore fertility. Among the most common treatments:
Pain medication — If the woman has a mild case of endometriosis and little pain, her doctor may suggest drugs that inhibit the production of prostaglandins, which are released from the endometrium, such as ibuprofen, indomethicin and naproxen sodium. The doctor may also recommend over-the-counter pain relievers such as aspirin or acetaminophen.
Until recently orthodox medicine has assumed that all genetic transmission is through the genes in the cell nucleus. However, the nucleus is embedded in a mass of cytoplasm. In 1967 it was demonstrated that DNA in the cell is not confined to the chromosomes but that the mitochondria in the cytoplasm contain DNA. The Encyclopaedia Britannica reported:
The drug picture of Marmorek was first described in French by Vannier in 1947 (Vannier 1947, pp. 317-325). The late Dr. O.A. Julian gave a drug picture of Marmorek in his book Treatise on Dynamised Micro Immunotherapy which appeared in English translation in 1980 (Julian 1988, pp. 314-319). My book Computer Homeopathy also contains an English description of the drug picture of Marmorek. (de Ruyter 1994, pp. 203-205)
According To Vannier
Homeopaths have known for over 150 years that in classical one-remedy homeopathy, a dose of a homeopathic remedy may sometimes cause an aggravation of the patient’s symptoms. From 1911 onwards the late Dr. Leon Vannier of Paris, France, developed a method which he called ‘drainage’ treatment, designed to avoid remedy aggravations (Vannier 1912). Dr. Vannier defined ‘drainage’ as follows:
Graves’ disease is classified as an autoimmune disease because it results from an attack on the thyroid gland by the body’s own immune system. It is uncertain what triggers this immune system attack in most cases, though clearly some individuals seem predisposed to this disease because thyroid problems run in their family.
A new British study fails to support the theory that exposure to electromagnetic fields generated from power lines, electrical wiring and appliances causes childhood cancers. The latest finding, reported in the Dec. 4 issue of The Lancet, contradicts some earlier research that suggested a weak association between electromagnetic fields and childhood leukemia.