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Dealing with anger

June 8, 2015

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Dealing with anger by Susan Stiffelman —  Parents often bring their children for counseling because of their problems with anger. Sometimes the child has a difficult time managing his outbursts because his capacity to manage big feelings is underdeveloped due to immaturity or impulsive tendencies. But often I discover that mom and/or dad can also […]

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Our toxic world

June 8, 2015

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Our toxic world by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Three facts poorly understood by most people and by virtually all doctors are: (1) The entire population is quite toxic today, even newborn babies. (2) Everyone is mineral deficient, and this also includes newborn babies. (3) As one becomes more nutritionally depleted, more toxic metals and often […]

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Real Medical Prevention

April 5, 2015

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Real Medical Prevention by Dr. Larry Wilson —  When it comes to your health, prevention is crucial. The problem is how to properly implement preventive care. Doctors offer preventive measures in the form of vaccines and various screening tests. However, many of these measures are toxic and invasive; and traditional annual physicals are costly and, […]

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My journey with gratitude in three stages

February 10, 2015

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My journey with gratitude in three stages by Scott Kalechstein Grace —  Stage 1 — Hey, universe, I am not going to be grateful, and you cannot make me! Let us be honest here. What is there to be grateful for? Life sucks, and I am a victim of it all. You want my gratitude? […]

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Four myths that keep you from living fully and fearlessly

February 10, 2015

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Four myths that keep you from living fully and fearlessly by Anita Moorjani —  One of the biggest lessons I learned from nearly dying of cancer is the importance of loving myself unconditionally. In fact, learning to love and accept myself unconditionally is what healed me and brought me back from the brink of death. […]

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Bone broth — the hot new trend

February 10, 2015

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Bone broth — the hot new trend by Mary Budinger —  Nutrient-dense food and food as medicine — these concepts are generating heated interest with consumers who are looking to reshape their relationship with food and proactively ward off some of today’s biggest health concerns, such as obesity, heart attack, cancer and autoimmune diseases. Bone […]

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The invaluable gift of mindful parenting

February 10, 2015

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The invaluable gift of mindful parenting by Dr. Monisha Vasa —  We often wonder about how we can best nurture our children and what they will remember most about their childhoods. Will it be the lessons we tried to impart to them about being a “good” person or will it be what we formally taught […]

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Anxiety and Panic Attacks

February 10, 2015

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Anxiety and Panic Attacks by Larry Wilson, M.D. —  Anxiety is a very uncomfortable feeling of nervousness, irritability or foreboding about the future. Panic attacks, also known as anxiety attacks, are sudden drastic increases in anxiety to the point where one may have trouble breathing, muscles tighten, pulse rate increases and one may collapse, or […]

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Natural remedies for dry, cracked heels

October 8, 2014

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Natural remedies for dry, cracked heels by Paula Owens — The appearance of your skin, including the skin on your feet, is a reflection of what is going on internally with your health. Dry, cracked heels are a very common problem that can be embarrassing and unsightly. They are also are an indication that your […]

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Treating joint problems

October 6, 2014

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Treating joint problems by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Joint problems, such as arthritis, are a major cause of disability around the world. The joints are one of the most delicate structures in the human body, and they take a lot of punishment. They often must be rebuilt to offset the constant wear and tear that […]

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In search of the good enough mother

October 2, 2014

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In search of the good enough mother by Jennifer Kunst, Ph.D.—  It is that time of year again. The kids are back in school — back to all the activities and back to that relentless, unforgiving and complicated schedule in which, as a mother, you feel that you can never do anything quite right. The […]

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Meditation saved my life from abuse and trauma

September 24, 2014

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Meditation saved my life from abuse and trauma by Tom North —  Meditation saved my life. My father, Richard North, died in a Navy jet test-flight crash when I was six years old. Fifteen months after his death, my mother, Helen North who had eight children, married a man named Frank Beardsley who had 10 […]

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Fight Dementia

April 7, 2014

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Fight Dementia by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia are costly, debilitating and heartbreaking conditions affecting millions of people worldwide. The incidence of dementia is also expected to increase dramatically in the next 10 to 20 years. Therefore, anything that can be done to limit it is worth doing. Conventional […]

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