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Interview: Ya-Ling Liou, D.C., author of ‘Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain’

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Know that the body has our best interest at heart — and it doesn't lie, says chiropractic medicine practitioner Ya-Ling Liou, D.C., author of "Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain". Her book is a easy to follow, compassionate guide to working through your everyday pain. The best way to avoid chronic or disabling discomfort is to pay attention to what our body is telling us. Read More »

Looking for Harmony? Exude the Perfume of Gratitude


New information is regularly being shared about the importance of altruism, happiness, and gratitude – especially as it pertains to establishing better health in people. Read More »

Treating Pain: A New Ontology is Needed

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Thinking that pain is in the brain impels doctors to look for a physical cause for pain, says Dr. Alex Cahana. When one isn’t found, “It’s all in your head” is often what a patient will be told. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Under A Silent Moon’ by Elizabeth Haynes


When a murder-suicide is not the real answer to a crime, how do you find the real motive and killer? Read More »

Research Continues on Meditation’s Health Benefits


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 »

Interview with Stephen Hayes, author of ‘The Magic Crystals’ Series

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"I’ve always relied on a pretty wacky imagination to provide inspiration, so fantasy was the logical direction for me." Read More »

Book Review: Equity of Fear by Rudy A. Mazzocchi

A terrifying new medical thriller from the author of Equity of Evil. Read More »

Interview with Rudy A. Mazzocchi, Author of Equity of Fear

Rudy A. Mazzocchi talks about his 2nd book in his medical thriller series. Read More »

Book Review: The Book of Paul by Richard Long

Be prepared for a world much different than what you see on the surface. Could we be preparing for the end? Read More »

Book Review: Gabriela and The Widow by Jack Remick

It is possible for women to emancipate themselves through friendships with each other? Read More »