About Rehan Zaidi

Rehan Zaidi focuses on the integration of Western and Eastern Medicine. A graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University, he studied Naturopathic Medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Committed to continuing education, he has further pursued training in constitutional homeopathy, Chinese medicine, complementary care for cancer patients, and mind-body medicine. Dr. Rehan spent most of 2010 and 2011 in the Far East specializing in ancient Chinese energy arts at the feet of traditional healers. He continues to travel there regularly to further develop his skills.

The cost of cancer drugs


Lesley Stahl discovers the shock and anxiety of a cancer diagnosis can be followed by a second jolt: the astronomical price of cancer drugs The following is a script of "The Cost of Cancer Drugs" which aired on Oct. 5, 2014. Lesley Stahl is the correspondent. Richard Bonin, producer. Cancer is so pervasive that it [...]

The cost of cancer drugs2015-02-21T14:38:22+02:00

This Simple Blood Test Could Save Your Life


by Mark Hyman, MD     images Via iGoogle The next time you visit your doctor for blood work, make sure that along with your lipid profile you request a C-reactive protein (CRP) test. CRP measures the degree of hidden inflammation in your body. Mounting evidence underscores the critical role that inflammation plays [...]

This Simple Blood Test Could Save Your Life2015-02-21T14:38:22+02:00

Disrupted Sleep Schedule Affects Genes’ Circadian Rhythms, Study Finds


Mina De La O via GettyImages Here's more evidence disruptions to your typical sleep schedule can affect your body on a genetic level. Researchers from the University of Surrey found that messing with the typical sleep cycle decreased the number of genes displaying a natural, 24-hour circadian rhythm by six times. This is [...]

Disrupted Sleep Schedule Affects Genes’ Circadian Rhythms, Study Finds2014-09-11T12:20:23+02:00

Healthy Lifestyle May Slow Aging in Our Cells


It's no secret that paying attention to diet, exercise, stress levels and getting social support may extend your life. But a new study shows healthy living may even reverse aging deep in our cells. A small study shows that positive lifestyle changes lead to longer telomeres, which are protective caps at the end of chromosomes [...]

Healthy Lifestyle May Slow Aging in Our Cells2019-06-21T22:28:14+02:00

Exercise: 7 benefits of regular physical activity


You know exercise is good for you, but do you know how good? From boosting your mood to improving your sex life, find out how exercise can improve your life. By Mayo Clinic staff Want to feel better, have more energy and perhaps even live longer? Look no further than exercise. The health benefits of [...]

Exercise: 7 benefits of regular physical activity2013-10-05T14:28:14+02:00

Whats Wrong With a Sedentary Lifestyle?


Improvement in the technology has resulted in designing electronic machines for each and every work. This is making many of us as couch potatoes. Many of us spend many hours watching television and always keep munching all the time. Increased eating along with sedentary lifestyle increases the risk of many health problems. Sedentary lifestyle is [...]

Whats Wrong With a Sedentary Lifestyle?2013-10-05T14:25:30+02:00

Messenger’s Medicine/Health at a Hundred: Sept 7/8 2013 (Brampton, Canada)


Messenger’s Medicine: Principles from the Prophet The Blessed Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was sent to teach all humans how to live the optimal life in order that they may draw close to Allah and be in His Divine pleasure forever. His teachings taught us the perfect way to [...]

Messenger’s Medicine/Health at a Hundred: Sept 7/8 2013 (Brampton, Canada)2013-09-03T15:57:28+02:00

Don’t Take Your Vitamins


PHILADELPHIA — LAST month, Katy Perry shared her secret to good health with her 37 million followers on Twitter. “I’m all about that supplement & vitamin LYFE!” the pop star wrote, posting a snapshot of herself holding up three large bags of pills. There is one disturbing fact about vitamins, however, that Katy didn’t mention. [...]

Don’t Take Your Vitamins2014-08-24T18:33:02+02:00

Pediatricians say it’s often better to let a child’s fever run its course


I’ll never forget the first time my son spiked a 103-degree fever in the wee hours of the morning — and not just because it happened to be his first birthday. My baby was burning up and inconsolable, and as a nervous new mom, I immediately reached for the infant Tylenol. And I didn’t hesitate [...]

Pediatricians say it’s often better to let a child’s fever run its course2013-06-11T17:43:33+02:00
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