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Hope for brain disorders

February 17, 2014

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  by Carol Keppler —  The brain’s importance in living a productive life is a given. But many people struggle in a society where brainpower is that which puts one at the top of the ladder. To date, we are still without solid evidence of a “cure” (reversal of symptoms) for most brain disorders. These […]

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The resurrection of mankind’s first medicine

July 31, 2012

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by Jerri Johnson —  Essential oils and their uses have often been referred to as a New Age therapy, when in actuality they are one of the oldest and most effective therapies known to man. Medicinal use of essential oils dates back nearly 8,000 years to the ancient Egyptians. Use of essential oils in the […]

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Control your reactions — and determine your destination

February 24, 2012

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by Deborah Fairfull —  One minute you can be going along feeling peaceful and loving towards yourself and the world — then you meet someone who says something, and the next minute you have been completely wrenched from your peace. At this point you have a choice: You can blame the other person or use […]

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