Did you know that stem cells from the placenta and umbilical cord blood of newborn babies can be used to treat a myriad of diseases?  It is being used to heal almost as many as 80 different diseases, such as, many cancers, blood diseases like leukemia, autoimmune diseases, and genetic diseases.  Continue reading


Rose Winters, CEO for The Foundation for Living Medicine, has been elected to serve on the Integrative Health Policy Consortium (IHPC).  The following is a release about the Opioid Crisis. Continue reading


  As research uncovers new understandings on how our bodies work, it becomes even more clear about how miraculous life really is.  I’m sure you have heard of your Vagus nerve, but do you know what it does?   Did you realize that it may be “the missing link to treating chronic inflammation” and opening the pathway for an entirely new area of treatment?  Continue reading


How many hours per day do you find yourself mesmerized, staring into your computer, phone, and tablet screens?  We know that screen addiction can cause eye strain and fatigue.  But now, many researchers believe that screen addiction may also be a factor that’s causing macular degeneration to be a leading cause of blindness in people over 60 years old.   Continue reading


  Research teaches us that we are made up of approximately 100 trillion microbial organisms called microbiome that help our bodies perform life-sustaining functions, such as protecting us from germs and breaking down our food.   Continue reading


Remember that movie Limitless, about a guy who discovers a drug that can unlock the 80% of his brain that humans supposedly don’t use? He becomes a financial wizard, gets tangled up with angry hit men, gets addicted to the drug, experiences some weird side effects, and has to outwit a lot of people who want to kill him. It was about as realistic as it sounds. Continue reading

Eureka Moment For Fighting Alzheimer's Disease

  Finding the cure for the Alzheimer's Disease has been more than a challenge. It has been an aspiration for medical researchers for decades. Recently, the medical research community has been abuzz with news that they may be getting closer to finding the answers. Continue reading

Where Have All the Honey Bees Gone?

  Remember the Peter, Paul & Mary song, "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?"  Well, today... the question should be more like, "Where Have All the Honey Bees Gone?" Continue reading

Bioglass: Slowing Tooth Decay

Do you remember when you were a kid, sitting in that dentist chair, praying that the doctor would be finished drilling and filling in your tooth?  Then, it's done and you never have to worry again.  That is, until there is a secondary decay, possibly years later... and your old fillings have to be replaced.  Oh no!  Thank goodness, going to the dentist today no longer poses the same trauma as it did in childhood, as it is more advanced and more comfortable, primarily due to the evolution of technology.  And, it will become even more advanced in the near future, with the development of products, such as bioactive glass, sometimes called "bioglass."   Continue reading

Reversal of Memory Loss is Possible

Did you know that Alzheimer's Disease affects 5.4 million Americans and a total of 30 million people globally?  By 2050 it is projected that as many as 13 million Americans and 160 million people globally will be affected by this debilitating disease.  This makes Alzheimer's Disease the 3rd leading cause of death, behind cardiovascular disease and cancer.  And, it is predicted that if these devastating numbers are achieved, the result will lead to Medicare bankruptcy.   Not a pretty picture, is it? Continue reading