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Slowly is holy

September 17, 2012

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by Scott Kalechstein —  We are seeing a lot of interest these days in slowing down the aging process. We take human growth hormones and state-of-the-art vitamins. We take power walks and veggie juices. But how many of us take our time? There is a new time-release, super-food-for-thought supplement I’ve been chewing on lately: “The […]

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The Health Care Gamble

September 10, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson — America is considering moving toward a European-style socialized medical system. Both of the major parties’ presidential candidates, Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain, are proposing significant changes to our current health care system. In this article, let us clearly explore — without mincing words — some of the dangers […]

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To drug or not to drug — ADHD revisited

September 8, 2012

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by Dr. Martha Grout and Stephanie Reese —  ADHD is the most common psychological problem in children and the second most common — after depression — in adults. The effort to treat the problem with drugs has made Ritalin and Concerta the most widely prescribed drugs for kids. Even news magazines comment on the drugging […]

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QXCI and energy medicine

September 8, 2012

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by Brenda Haas-Krieger —  The body is an electrical system, and our hearts and brains are regulated by internal bioelectrical signals. Homeopathy long ago acknowledged the body’s electrical properties. In fact, homeopathic remedies use diluted substances that work by way of their energetic imprint. Like homeopathy, the modern-day QXCI (Quantum Xeroid Consciousness Interface) machine treats […]

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Testing supplements for worthiness

September 1, 2012

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by Dr. Glenn S. Chapman —  If you care about your health, you likely take supplements. You probably don’t know it, but you could be wasting your money on some of them. Here’s a typical scenario: You have a chronic condition — allergies, asthma, ADHD, cancer, Crohn’s, diabetes, fibromyalgia, inflammatory bowel, lupus, MS, Parkinson’s, rheumatoid […]

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Prescription for anti-depression

August 27, 2012

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by Dr. Martha Grout —  For some people, the world is often gloomy and depressing. For others, the day-to-day routine can cause anxiety and stop them in their tracks. Depression drugs have a 50/50 success record; a 50-percent decrease in symptoms is about as good as it gets. If you are extremely low on serotonin […]

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Teaching children to be healthy

August 17, 2012

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by Esta Libero —  Childhood obesity is skyrocketing. In the 1970s, only 1 in 100 children were obese. In 2010, the obesity rate for children in the U.S. was up to 26 percent. Given this trend, what can we expect in the future? On a cable show called “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” Chef Jamie traveled […]

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Eating fresh

August 15, 2012

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by Jacque Miller —  The secret to eating fresh is to buy locally grown foods. Today, organic food has grown into a $14 billion business and is the fastest growing segment of the grocery industry. Many of our neighborhood grocery stores have sections in the produce department devoted to locally grown organic food. Farmers’ markets are […]

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Mass Vaccination

August 3, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson — New epidemics have exploded around the world, but only in places where mass vaccination was or is practiced. These include AIDS, Gulf War syndrome, attention-deficit disorder, sudden infant death syndrome, increased violence, learning disorders, delayed development and perhaps the worst, autism. This article is a continuation of last issue’s vaccination […]

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Children highjacked by technology

August 2, 2012

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by Dr. Joe Dispenza —  Many of us who are raising children likely have grown accustomed to the trance-like indifference and absent state of mind that our youth can masterfully turn on in a matter of seconds (it looks like an extended lapse in consciousness). We have probably all talked ourselves into thinking these “short […]

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Subluxation from the birthing process

July 31, 2012

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by Dr. Anthony Montoya —  The birthing process can be very traumatic for an infant, as the doctor pulls and twists the baby’s head and neck during delivery. As a result, the baby can experience a subluxation in the atlas, the first spinal bone in the neck. A subluxation is the misalignment of a spinal […]

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How to make our children smarter

July 21, 2012

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by Nina Anderson and Frances Meiser —  It is estimated that 15 to 20 percent of students in every classroom are not achieving at their grade levels as well as they could. Some may have been labeled learning disabled (LD) or as having attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), dyslexia or other […]

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Menacing Mercury

July 17, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Mercury is among the most toxic elements known. It is also the most common heavy metal on the earth today. One could easily write a book about its sources and its many toxic effects. Here, let us introduce the subject, followed by a brief discussion of how to reduce mercury […]

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