Wednesday, April 18, 2018

What is PCOS?

by Dr. Margaret Aranda 



Polycystic Ovary Syndrome affects 1 in 10 women and is a little bit of a misnomer – the ovaries are not required to even have cysts, and just because you have cysts, it does not mean you have PCOS.  A commonly undiagnosed problem, PCOS is the most common hormone abnormality in a woman under age 50. If you have PCOS, Read on >>> 

This article was originally published by Dr. Margaret Aranda on her companion website, TheChronicLifeDiet.com


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Organic Beef Pepper Stew

by Dr. Margaret Aranda 


Fit for a queen or king, this recipe is sure to be a keeper! Great for company on a cold afternoon or evening, especially great if you’re single and cooking for one or two… this stew will also liven up your gut! Filled with onions and peppers of any color, the red organic peppers burst with tangy flavor – simply  captivating!
Follow this recipe if Read on >>> 

Monday, April 16, 2018

Organic Buttermilk Blueberry Muffins

by Dr. Margaret Aranda

Great for first-time bakers, just line up the ingredients and follow the pictures! Organic and buttermilk, too! Super moist, as we add a tablespoon of 100% olive oil. And super healthy, as we add chia and ground flax seeds – par excellence! oh- and SUGAR-FREE, exuding an anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant-laden richness!
Preheat the oven to 400F. You’ll want to peek through the window while baking so double check the window is intact and ... Read on >>>


This recipe was first published on Dr. Margaret Aranda's companion site, The Chronic Life Diet

Friday, April 13, 2018

10 Signs of a Brain Injury

by Dr. Margaret Aranda


If there is lots of blood or broken bones on a car accident scene, or if someone is in a coma, a severe traumatic brain injury can be diagnosed on site.
At first glance, however, you need to know that a mild traumatic brain injury isn’t so obvious. Read more …

This article was first published on Dr. Margaret Aranda's companion website, The MD, PhD Is In.

5 Tests to Diagnose a Brain Injury



One does not need to hit one’s head to get a brain injury. It frequently occurs after a car accident, with much long-term sequelae. At least 5 million people are disabled from brain injury. Almost everyone is bound to know someone who has one, and if you are in the right place at the right time, you can help diagnose it in someone else. Read more

This was originally published on Dr Aranda's companion website, The MD,PhD Is In.

Sweet Urine and DI

by Dr. Margaret Aranda

When you hear that someone is ‘diabetic,’ that usually refers to the formal name, diabetes mellitus. Mellitus is the Latin word for ‘sweet like honey.’
Historically, Egyptian manuscripts circa 1500 B.C. write of a disease associated with much urine output. Indians used the word,  madhumeha (‘honey urine’) because ants were attracted to the sugary urine. Read on

This was first published by Dr Margaret Aranda on her companion website, The MD,PhD Is In.

4 Ways to Treat DI

by Dr Margaret Aranda


Public involvement is needed to save lives after head injury.
Chances are that a teen was involved in a car accident, resulting in a head injury. Even as a teen in school, you may be the first to notice changes in your BFF. Your Best Friend Forever will thank you for saving her life. Read more


What is PCOS?

by Dr. Margaret Aranda  Polycystic Ovary Syndrome affects 1 in 10 women and is a little bit of a misnomer – the ovaries are not requi...