Breast Biopsies Leave Room For Doubt

Breast biopsies are good at telling the difference between healthy tissue and cancer, but less reliable for identifying more subtle abnormalities, a new study finds. Because of the uncertainty, women whose results fall into the gray zone between normal and malignant — with diagnoses like “atypia” or “ductal carcinoma in situ” — should seek second […]

Why Thermography Just Makes Sense!

why thermography makes sense

I have renamed the “Pink Month” to BHAM—Breast Health Awareness Month.  BHAM! is a chance to speed up your education around what you can do to help your body be the best it can be, to protect yourself from breast cancer and to live a vibrant, healthy life! Perhaps the most important thing you can […]

15 steps for optimization for intestinal health and weight.

15 steps for optimization for intestinal health and weight. By Francine van Broekhoven You will already know how important a balanced gut flora is to your overall health. If you don’t know yet: this blog is especially meant for you.  80% of our immune system resides in our gut, and did you know that 80% […]

Contraception by following your own cycle

Contraception by following your own cycle By Francine van Broekhoven Did you know that you are only fertile for 18-24 hours per monthly cycle? And that sperm cells can survive in the female body for only five days, leading up to ovulation? So you can only get pregnant by having sex a few days before […]

10 tips to keep toxins out of your immediate environment to prevent disease

10 tips to keep toxins out of your immediate environment to prevent disease By Francine van Broekhoven There are serious concerns about the 70,000 synthetic chemicals that can affect the development of many diseases Since the Second World War, there has been a significant increase in the use of synthetic chemicals in the Western world. […]

Do Emotions Have Color?

emotions have color

Did you know that the root of emotions are the same for every human being? In 2019, Italian photographer Roselena Ramistella started a project documenting the emotional language of refugees and asylum seekers, whose journeys had led them to Sicily, Italy. Based in Palermo, Roselena reached out to participants through SPRAR, an Italian governmental initiative […]

Is Medical Thermography “GOOD ENOUGH?”

Medical Thermography will someday occupy a place in polite medical society. Maybe even as an adjunct to Mammograms and Ultrasounds. Oh wait! That’s already what the FDA says they do! Then why the resistance from the Medical community? Read on.