Choosing Salt with One of These Colors Improves Health

Before you reach for that salt shaker, you need to know that the kind of salt you eat matters. The typical table salt found in almost all kitchens and restaurants is similar to the industrial chemical used to de-ice highways. Now that doesn’t sound very appetizing, does it? Despite its bad rap as a prime […]

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Pharmacists Don’t Just Lick, Stick and Pour

When I worked in retail pharmacies, one of the most common questions I had was, “What side effects will this drug cause?”   Another popular question was “How long will it take for this pill to work?” I remember some of my favorite customers, especially the funny ones or those who gifted me with flowers, hand-made […]

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You Pay the Price if Your Doctor Misdiagnoses You

I bet you’ve been told some pretty awful stuff by your doctors over the years. Maybe they’ve told you that you’re crazy, or that you have depression or bipolar.  Maybe they’ve written off your symptoms to normal aging or menopause, or that your anxiety, fatigue or brain fog are all in your head. I felt […]

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Vitamin E is More than Skin Deep

I heard two women talking at the store about vitamin E. As one of the ladies pointed to her elbow, she said, “I squeeze a little out and rub it on this scar”. The other one said, “It’s better if you take it internally but if rubbing it on is working for you, then go right ahead.” […]

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8 Incredible Medicinal Plants from the Bible

Before the advent of synthetic compounds, injections, and expensive medications, the human body was accustomed to natural herbs and spices. Our planet Earth has thousands of healing plants that grew during biblical times. Even though I am a pharmacist, I believe that we can use what grows on Earth to heal. Today I’m listing 8 incredible plants, […]

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4 Tips to Stay Sober and Ease Withdrawal

I feel like every family, including mine, has someone who is an alcoholic that wants to stop drinking. One of my relatives has struggled with alcoholism and drug addiction since he was 14. Now, at over 60 years of age, he’s still suffering. The actual part of “quitting” is not as hard as staying sober thereafter. […]

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Your favorite condiment can make you sick!

When you think of histamine, you immediately think of allergies, right? But histamine is actually a neurotransmitter and we make it in our cells, then dump it out after exposure to a trigger. Certain foods you eat are very high in histamine. You are unintentionally making yourself high in histamine, and then I’ll bet you […]

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mTOT Drugs May Help Parkinson’s, Lewy Body and other Dementias

Parkinson’s disease, as you may know, is a progressive disorder affecting movement which causes tremors of the hands, arms, legs, jaw and elsewhere.  The condition slows movements, and causes a sensation of rigidity and stiffness of the limbs and trunk. Balance can be impacted too. A related condition, Lewy Body Disease (LBD), may look very […]

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New Drugs 2016 Help Epilepsy, Dry Eyes and Hallucinations

Dear Readers, What an incredible year for the pharmaceutical industry. In 2016, many new and useful medications received FDA approval. My articles are syndicated worldwide, but I’m only listing English drug names so please ask your local pharmacist to translate the medication name as it is known in your country. Happy New Year everyone! Love, […]

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KOREA: The Suzy Cohen Lecture Tour 2016

To my fans in Korea, The welcome was warm and the turnout to my talks was impressive! I miss my the countryside and friendly folk already. I am posting this blog page for my Korean fans as well as my American fans so you can come with me on my journey. My itinerary was very […]

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