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The Truth About Hugs, Oxytocin, and Mental Illness

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Mental illness cannot be scared off or hugged away. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The 30-Day Heart Tune-Up’ by Steven Masley, MD

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Assess, prevent and even reverse heart deficits through awareness of specific changes in fitness, nutrition and vitamins. Read More »

Organic Food is Poisoning You

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Organic foods are billed as being better for your health, yet many times they contain poisons whose long-term effects shouldn’t be ignored, yet that’s exactly what FDA does. Read More »

Before Modern Medicine: Wacky Remedies from the Old Days

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As late as the 1950s, arsenic (a poisonous concoction of sulfuric metal) was used to treat malaria, chorea, and syphilis. Read More »

Too Busy Little Bees – The Thing We Are Not Giving Our Kids

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We lavish gifts on our children and pay for all these activities, but have lost sight of the one thing we can give our kids that they need most: free time! Read More »

A Life of Purpose Increases Longevity

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Health and longevity correlate with keeping busy and living a life of purpose. Read More »

Church Relationships Can Lead to Healing

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Recently, I read that there is scientific evidence that going to church weekly has health benefits – it can boost the immune system, decreases blood pressure, and may add as much as two or three years to your life. When I heard this, I was interested to find out what types of activities generated these results, because after attending church ... Read More »

In A Worried World Signs of a Pushback

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Some medical and social experts claim society’s worry about all kinds of things is on the rise. Read More »

Research Continues on Meditation’s Health Benefits

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No one wants to be in pain, and few like to talk about it. But I do want to write about what many are now finding to be one of the most effective pain medicines: meditation. Although there are many meditation studies and reports that indicate it’s helpful in alleviating pain, there isn’t yet sufficient evidence of its efficacy to ... Read More »

Mayo Clinic Leads the Way in Health Care Advice via Social Media

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How? By excelling in multiple online projects, such as diverse content generation, increased brand recognition, breaking into new verticals, and gaining extremely credible voices. Read More »