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The I or the me?

November 1, 2014

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The I or the me? by Sherry Anshara —  Is there a difference between one’s “I” and “me?” Contemplate this question from the perspective of a non-emotional observer, and you might be surprised at what you can discover about your own inner self. I believe one’s “I” represents the childish adult ego, and it always […]

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A great season for the farmers’ markets

October 31, 2014

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A great season for the farmers’ markets\ by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  The local farmers’ markets are back in full swing, marketing fresh locally grown organic fruits and vegetables directly to consumers. Just ask and the farmers will explain how the food is grown and educate you about how to prepare it. This marketing method […]

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Essential nutrients for restoring liver function

October 28, 2014

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Essential nutrients for restoring liver function by Dr. Paul Stallone —  The liver is an amazing organ that cannot be replaced. This vital gland aids in or carries out more than 500 functions within the body. With the liver doing so much to protect the body, it often takes heavy abuse. The right environment will […]

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Wives + cancer = increased divorces

October 27, 2014

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Wives + cancer = increased divorces by Fiona Finn —  It is a sad and upsetting fact that almost 21 percent of marriages in the U.S. end in divorce when the wife is stricken with cancer, compared with nearly 3 percent when the husband is the cancer patient. Getting diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is […]

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Progesterone — for both men and women

October 26, 2014

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Progesterone — for both men and women by Dr. Fred G. Arnold —  Progesterone is one of the sex hormones produced by and found in both men and women, only in different concentrations. Progesterone has been shown to have many health benefits, even reducing the incidence of cancer. It is important that a proper balance […]

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Using subtle sound energy

October 24, 2014

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Using subtle sound energy by Jill Mattson —  Our voices change many times throughout our lives, reflecting physical, mental and emotional metamorphoses. Your voice at two years old is different than your voice is at ages 17, 40 or 80. Your voice is also much different when you are depressed, in love or excited, such […]

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End the war on saturated fat

October 23, 2014

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End the war on saturated fat by Mary Budinger —  We have been told for decades that saturated fat increases the risk of heart disease. Saturated fat has been demonized ever since Ancel Keys’s landmark “seven countries” study in 1970. But a key editorial in the British Medical Journal is asking us to “bust the […]

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Prevent injuries with fall prevention

October 21, 2014

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Prevent injuries with fall prevention by Sandy Goldstein —  Falling is one of the leading causes of unintentional injuries in the United States, accounting for approximately 8.9 million visits to the emergency room annually. One in three people over the age of 65 will fall every year and, many times, they will be repeat falls. […]

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A healer’s journey

October 20, 2014

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A healer’s journey by Brian Kurtz — For 30 years, I have worked with clients whose maladies have been as varied as our shared humanity. All of them possess wonderful human souls, and I thoroughly enjoy working with those who find me, however mysteriously. Most of my business comes from referrals, and for this I […]

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The whys of gum recession

October 17, 2014

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The whys of gum recession by Dr. Nicholas Meyer —  Are you getting “long in the tooth?” If so, this can be a very serious, multi-causal issue of bone loss around the teeth. Gum recession can be as minor in size as the edge of a fingernail to a whopping full-root exposure that makes you […]

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Fall pumpkins rejuvenate dry summer skin

October 16, 2014

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Fall pumpkins rejuvenate dry summer skin by Jeannie Marcelino —   A symbol for fall, the pumpkin, has proven it is more than just a culinary ingredient. It is also a beauty ingredient for radiant skin as the weather gets cooler. Loaded with antioxidants, enzymes and vitamins C and K, the mighty pumpkin not only […]

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What does your poop say about your health?

October 14, 2014

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What does your poop say about your health? by Dr. Jennifer Burns —  Looking at your own poop seems weird and unusual and is something that people just do not talk about. But since the gut is the “second brain,” there is a lot to be said about how a person’s poop looks in relation […]

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Nearly 20 percent of Americans have a mental illness

October 13, 2014

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Nearly 20 percent of Americans have a mental illness by Debbie Williams — Bi-polar disorder, depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder are just some of the mental illnesses that afflict millions of people. What are the causes and how can they be helped? This subject touches very close to home for me, and […]

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