|The Maulfair Medical Center
of Orefield, Pennsylvania will be hosting an important instructional seminar addressing the health hazards caused by environmental toxicants on Tuesday, June 12, 2012. The seminar will be held in the Maulfair Medical Center conference room at 2970 Corporate Court, Suite #1 in Orefield.
A recent feature article in Volume 17 of the Alternative Medicine Review highlighted the relationship between environmental toxicants and the alarming increase in the rates of asthma and allergies. Although most doctors advise their asthma and allergy patients to avoid exposure to environmental contaminants, few understand the relationship between these medical conditions and environmental toxicants, so the issue is largely ignored. They do nothing to lower the body burden of these chemicals and contaminants that can severely affect the immune system and many other functions of the body in profound ways, such as leading to the development of type 2 diabetes.
Participants who attend the seminar will learn how the body stores drugs and toxins and more importantly what can be done to lower body levels of these stored toxins. The Maulfair Medical Center offers a treatment protocol shown to improve lung function and restore health of participants with a wide variety of ailments. Coleen Maulfair will help participants understand how they can live healthy in a toxic world. She will review what has been said and written about the modern toxic environment and how this environment contributes to a multitude of health problems. More important, she will help participants understand what can be done about body burden of chemicals.
WHAT: Maulfair Medical Clinic Living Healthy in a Toxic World
WHEN: Tuesday Evening June 12th, 2012 - 6:30 PM
WHERE: Maulfair Medical Center Conference Room
2970 Corporate Court, Suite #1
Orefield, Pa 18069
PRESENTER: Coleen Maulfair
Call 610-682-2104 or 800-733-4065 to register for tickets.
Attendees are advised not to wear perfumes or aftershaves in consideration of those with sensitivities and breathing problems.