One of the first things Dr. Maggie says to all her patients is “Are you ready to go back to school?” Below are articles, both from Dr. Maggie and other sources, that provide loads of information on health issues and treatments, as well as information on ways to get healthy and stay healthy. Also below are testimonials from Dr. Maggie’s patients which shed light on what future patients can expect from this doctor.

  • MTHFR Defects: Some Conditions They cause:

    Diabetes Fibromyalgia Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Depression Alcoholism Addictive Behaviors Insomnia Down’s Syndrome Chronic Viral Infection Thyroid Dysfunction Neuropathy Recurrent Miscarriages Infertility Anxiety Schizophrenia Bipolar Allergies Cancer Pulmonary Embolisms Cleft Palette Spina Bifida Autism Parkinson’s Neural Tube Defects Atherosclerosis Immune Deficiency ADD/ADHD Multiple Sclerosis Alzheimer’s Dementia Chemical Sensitivity Congenital Heart Defects Provided by

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  • Screening for Breast Cancer and Heart Disease- Thermography

    From ‘Ask the Physician’ (Issue 22) By Philip Hoekstra Ph.D.  Are there other ways of examining breasts for signs of cancer than mammography ?   Heat emissions from the body can provide an accurate diagnostic window for early signs of breast cancer or heart disease.  Anontoxic, highly accurate , and inexpensive form of diagnostic imaging

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  • The Dirty Dozen

    This Article was provided by Envromental Work Group. There is no end to the tricks that endocrine disruptors can play on our bodies: increasing production of certain hormones; decreasing production of others; imitating hormones; turning one hormone into another; interfering with hormone signaling; telling cells to die prematurely; competing with essential nutrients; binding to essential

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  • Thermography

    Thermography A hot weapon against breast cancer Survival rates for Breast Cancer have not changed since 1975 in spite of the billions of dollars raised annually for research. With only one out of three women surviving five years after their diagnosis and 110 dying daily. This year 1.4 million women will be diagnosed with BreastRead more →