3 Signs the Time Is Right for a Food-Based Detox

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Chances are you’ve heard about detoxification in the media, in health food stores, or from people you know. “Going on a detox” is all the rage. At the same time, consumers are bombarded with information and product marketing that make detoxification seem like a radical and grueling process. But here’s the truth: A healthful detox… Read more »

The 3Rs: A Remedy for Adult “Facebook Depression”

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There can be no question that Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and any number of other social networking sites come with benefits. Having countless users worldwide, and with more joining daily, social media is clearly a force to be reckoned with.   But are you getting more than you bargained for?   Psychologists now recognize that for… Read more »

Your Perception is Your Reality and Your Health

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Dr. Christiane Northrup, MD Your thoughts and perceptions affect every single hormone and cell in your body. How many times have you heard someone say, “I don’t understand how she got sick. She always ate right and exercised.” On the other end of the spectrum, there is the person who smokes and drinks, and lives… Read more »

Loving Each Day

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John Roger The Tao of Spirit Sometimes you forget to declare things done, so there are little incomplete energies that just keep floating around and draining off a little energy every time they come up. You may be going down the road, doing fine, feeling good, and all of a sudden sortie incident from the… Read more »

Banishing Allergies From the Home

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Home may be the ultimate Comfort zone for many of us. But for the millions of Americans with allergies, home is where the sneezing, wheezing and coughing begin. That’s because houses and apartments are the favorite resting places for house dust, molds and other allergens. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI), the… Read more »

Another reason not to smoke

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Reuters Male children born to women who smoke during pregnancy run a risk of violent and criminal behavior that lasts well into adulthood, perhaps be- cause of central nervous system damage, says a study out Sunday. The finding is consistent with earlier studies that linked prenatal smoking by women not only to law- breaking by… Read more »

Clearing the Smoke about Quitting

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Alex Blau, Health Watch Why on earth would anybody still smoke? Not only do cigarette smokers have to wade through daily press updates on the dangers of their habit, but they also pay higher health insurance premiums, are driven out of their office building whenever they want to catch a smoke, and suffer nasty stares… Read more »

Association Between Chronic Asthma, Chronic Infection Delineated

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Reuters Health May 23 2002 A substantial number of patients with chronic stable asthma have Mycoplasma species, Chlamydia species, or both in their airways, researchers have found. Dr. Richard J. Martin, of the National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, and colleagues note that chronic infection may play a role in the pathophysiology of… Read more »

Success Stories

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Erin O’Donnell Natural Health August, 2001 Misty Letner had battled migraines and fatigue for 12 years. Her symptoms were so severe that when she was laid off from her job shortly before her Natural Health makeover began, she had no energy to look for a new one. She was sleeping almost 14 hours a night… Read more »