The Health Power of Raw Honey

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / February 6, 2017

Many individuals are unaware that raw honey is a powerhouse of health benefits. Everyone realizes it is a sweetener but how about honey’s enzyme-rich, vitamin and mineral containing, anti-microbial, antioxidant and antibiotic capabilities? Surprised? Read more

The Conundrum of Food Addiction and Weight Loss

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / February 6, 2017

Would you agree food addiction and weight loss can be a complex and difficult problem to manage? Where can food addiction and weight loss meet to ensure desired success? Read more

Senescence and Nutrition

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / January 13, 2017

Dehabilitation or Regeneration? If one visits various dictionaries, the definition of senescence typically includes reference to the process of aging and the degenerative loss of various body functions or processes. In brief,”one who begins to age”. Age-related loss of function is a trait of virtually all organisms that age. In humans, age-related degeneration gives rise to a host of well-recognized challenges: atherosclerosis and heart failure, osteoporosis, macular degeneration, pulmonary insufficiency, renal failure, neurodegeneration (for example Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases) and various others. These changes begin to show them typically mid-life beginning in the 50-60 years of age range. From a pathological standpoint it is typically about debilitating losses of tissue or cellular function.  Read more

Pharmacist to Pharmacist Healthcare: “I Have Alzheimer’s”

Unexpected Pharmacy Workflow Challenge...Sound Familiar? This past week during a visit to perform one of my consultant complimentary independent pharmacy workflow assessments, the pharmacist/ owner offered...almost immediately before we started the assessment..."I have Alzheimer's". Momentarily taken back, I then asked: "Why do you believe this?" The individual said: "My memory is failing. I go to do one thing and get distracted by something else and wind up doing something different. I only remember what I went to do when I come back to where I first had the thought". Sound familiar? Read more

Pharmacists May Be Best For Diet Supplement/Meal Replacement Education

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 9, 2014

Many Considerations Should Be Evaluated In today's health-conscious world, information is available from many sources. The internet offers unlimited information through key word searches and reveals information from worldwide locations. What may be the best source of accurate information regarding diet supplements/meal replacements for weight loss? Who remains the most trusted healthcare professional regarding medications and OTC supplements or remedies? Read more

Feminine Forever Articles

In Healthcare Advances By Multiple Authors / November 8, 2014

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Articles of Interest

In Healthcare Advances By Multiple Authors / November 7, 2014

Please visit this DropBox with a list of interesting articles:  Articles of Interest

Almased® Doesn’t Challenge Body Energy Needs During Weight Loss

In Healthcare Advances By Dr. Charles Shively / November 8, 2014

Slow Metabolism and Weight Loss A plethora of information is available regarding the apparent connection between weight loss and slow metabolism. Perhaps unknown is the silent...but necessary... continuing need for calories to support the necessary body functions while weight loss is occurring...and allow weight loss to continue without challenging necessary body energy needs. Almased® to the rescue! Read more