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Rock Rose for extreme fear

August 1, 2015

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Rock Rose for extreme fear by Linda M. Crider —  Along with the 38 flower essence healing system he created, Dr. Edward Bach put together a five remedy formula designed to help people cope with the stress caused by emergency situations. An important component of this formula is the single essence of Rock Rose, one […]

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An insomniac’s guide for getting back to sleep fast

July 29, 2015

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An insomniac’s guide for getting back to sleep fast by Diana Lang —  There are times in life when we just cannot sleep. We roll over and toss and turn, becoming wide awake but hoping to fall back to sleep again. Whether it be for short intermittent periods during stressful and challenging times, or long […]

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Mindfulness for teachers

July 26, 2015

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Mindfulness for teachers by Patricia A. Jennings —  Think about the people who have made a meaningful difference in your life and a teacher will probably come to mind. Every day, teachers make valuable and long-lasting contributions to the lives of our children and grandchildren. However, 50 percent of teachers today leave the profession after […]

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Signs that someone is your soul mate

July 23, 2015

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Signs that someone is your soul mate by Carmen Harra, Ph.D., and Alexandra Harra —  Throughout my career, I have seen everything from couples marrying their childhood loves to people in their retirement years still struggling with commitment issues. Most of us fall somewhere in between these two extremes, meaning that we experience several relationships […]

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Natural painkillers in your kitchen

July 20, 2015

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Natural painkillers in your kitchen by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old natural healing system that has its origins in the Vedic culture of India. Although suppressed during the years of foreign occupation, Ayurveda has been enjoying a major resurgence in both its native land and throughout the world. The ancient Ayurveda texts […]

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The feng shui link

July 17, 2015

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The feng shui link by Joy Abrams— In feng shui, the Tao is an ongoing preoccupation of the feng shui master. It simply means in Chinese terms, “the way.” The Tao, or way, reflects an imagery-based manner, a deep value of the Oriental culture. It is our reason for being here and belonging. It reflects […]

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If you could only pick one supplement

July 14, 2015

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If you could only pick one supplement by Debbie Williams —  With thousands of supplements out there, each touted as the latest and greatest, it can be very frustrating to determine which ones you should take, let alone how to afford their high costs. It can be very expensive to get healthy. But I congratulate […]

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Is your doctor overweight?

July 11, 2015

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Is your doctor overweight? by Mary Budinger —  Doctors are just about as overweight as the rest of us. Latest figures tell us that about 35 percent of Americans are obese. Medscape, part of WebMD Health Professional Network, released the results of their survey “Physician Lifestyle Report 2014.” This survey found that although far fewer physicians […]

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Teeth — what are they?

July 8, 2015

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Teeth — what are they? by Dr. Nicholas Meyer —  It turns out that this simple question about what teeth are has a very complex answer. We all view teeth differently, depending on our upbringing and point of view. Some people view teeth purely from a utilitarian perspective — in other words, how they function […]

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Treating infectious diseases

July 5, 2015

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Treating infectious diseases by Dr. Paul Stallone —  One of the biggest hurdles a person with an infectious disease will face is the diagnosis. Many of the diseases will be subclinical, meaning the person will have mild symptoms but nothing that will trigger alarm. This can result in the patient carrying the disease for years, […]

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Spiritual Haven

July 4, 2015

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Spiritual Haven by Russell Suereth — The relaxing music uses ethnic instruments and unusual rhythms blended with modern sounds and the sounds of nature. The basis for much of the music are the sounds of Western acoustic instruments — piano, oboe, bassoon, guitar, viola, cello and French horn — augmented by a variety of traditional […]

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Heart Song

July 3, 2015

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Heart Song by Elise Lebec —  The album centers around Lebec’s acoustic piano, but many of the tunes are augmented by other musicians playing flugelhorn, cello, drums/percussion, wordless background vocals and an elder from a Guatemalan native tribe speaking about respecting and blessing the earth. To further illustrate the musical journey of life, Lebec uses […]

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Darkest moments can signal positive life changes

July 2, 2015

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Darkest moments can signal positive life changes by Mark Bowness —  Crash. Bang. Reality. As I woke up, a dark misty haze was swirling around my mind. The moment I recognized I was in a hospital bed, the events of the past 24 hours came flooding into my mind. I had tried to take my […]

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