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Copyright © 1999 Nicotine Anonymous World Services God grant me serenity, to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference. God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. As smokers trying to stop smoking, we cannot change the craving… Read more »

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Lisa Tsering, Natural Health July/August, 1999 This Spring the city of Atlanta clocked a breath-catching pollen count: slightly more than 6,000 grains per cubic meter of tree and other pollen, the highest ever measured in that area. To the west, Tulsa, Okla., posted a count of 10,000. This is especially remarkable when you realize that… Read more »

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Health Psychology July 1999 Patients with coronary heart disease can lower their blood pressure and reduce their heart risk by undergoing hostility-reduction intervention. The study found that in persons who had heart disease, who were additionally having problems with interpersonal stress or aggression, that if they went into a group therapy, their blood pressure as… Read more »

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Alternative Medicine May 1999 There is hardly any human disease or condition in which allergic factors are not involved,” claims California chiropractor and acupuncturist Devi S. Nambudripad. ÒA substance under the sun, including sunlight itself can cause an allergic reaction someone.” In other words, you are potentially allergic to anything. if you check with enough… Read more »

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Linda Weber, Natural Health July-August 1998 ItÕs 8 a.m. and Dr Ellen CutlerÕs first patient of the day, husky Robert Peterson, lies face up on an examination table in CutlerÕs chiropractic clinic in Corte Madera, Calif. Standing to the side of Peterson, Cutler pushes against her patientÕs uplifted right arm, which remains strong an straight…. Read more »

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The Herald November 6, 1997 WASHINGTON – A panel of scientists at the National Institutes of Health confirmed something Wednesday the Chinese have known for thousands of years and many Americans are discovering: Acupuncture can work. The panel, which included doctors who practice acupuncture and some scientists who were skeptical, agreed that acupuncture clearly works… Read more »