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Peace & Harmony ( Lion and The Lamb ) by Nancy GlazierFinding peace and harmony
studying and sometimes practicing aspects of all religions while associating and making friends with their followers, we can in fact open our minds to a whole new level of understanding, often enriching the ways we were born and trained to believe. Read more...

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Archive Postings - May, 2011

Ending the Great Condiment Debate / Reader's Digest - Yahoo / May 25, 2011 / Put an end to the “Great Condiment Debate” with this handy list of storage and shelf life tips for your favorite dressings and spreads: Read more...

Study: Many women blame video games as factor in divorce / thesafespace / wwltv / May 31, 2011 / Of the women who cited unreasonable behavior for their divorce, 15 percent say their partners put gaming before them. Read more...

AP/Jacquelyn Martin Lewis Morris, general counsel for the Department of Health and Human Services inspector general, poses for a portrait in his office in Washington.In shift, feds target top execs for health fraud Company heads could face criminal charges for running afoul of regulations / RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR / MAY 31, 2011 / ASSOCIATED PRESS / Now, on top of fines paid by a company, senior executives can face criminal charges even if they weren't involved in the scheme but could have stopped it had they known. Furthermore, they can also be banned from doing business with government health programs, a career-ending consequence. Read more...

The World Health Organization will announce Tuesday whether exposure to cell phone radiation is a cancer-causing hazard.WHO to report on whether cell phone radiation is cancer hazard / Danielle Dellorto / CNN / May 31, 201 / "What microwave radiation does in most simplistic terms is similar to what happens to food in microwaves, essentially cooking the brain. So in addition to leading to a development of cancer and tumors, there could be a whole host of other effects like cognitive memory function, since the memory temporal lobes are where we hold our cell phones." Read more...

Photo: AP A couple walk through an anti-tobacco installation set up by the Uruguay's Resources National Fund, depicting cigarettes' harmful components, in Montevideo, Uruguay (File)WHO: Global Tobacco Usage Leveling Off / Lisa Schlein | Geneva / VOANews / The World Health Organization says progress is being made in the fight against the widespread use of tobacco. However, as it marks this year’s World No Tobacco Day May 31, WHO warns much work, remains to be done to reduce the millions of premature deaths that occur every year from tobacco-related illnesses. Read more...

Philip Scott Andrews/The New York Times President Obama talked with residents of Joplin, Mo., on Sunday.In Joplin, Obama Offers Healing Words to Residents / A.G. SULZBERGER and DAN BILEFSKY /May 29, 2011 / NYTimes / “The world saw how Joplin has responded,” Mr. Obama said. “You have shown the world what it means to love thy neighbor.” Read more...

AFP – Blonds participate in a parade in Latvia's capital Riga during the "Go Blonde" event. Decked …'March of the Blondes' aims to cheer slump-weary Latvia / May 28, 2011 RIGA (AFP) – Decked out in pink, hundreds of blondes marched through the streets of the Latvian capital Riga Saturday in a rally started to lift the Baltic state's spirits in a deep slump. Read more...

The Art of Healing / Kristi Nelson | Thursday, May 26, 2011 | Some people -- even scientists -- believe art has the power to heal. Read more...

The healing power of hydrogen peroxide / May 24, 2011 / EScienceNews / New information has come to light explaining how injured skin cells and touch-sensing nerve fibers coordinate their regeneration during wound healing. UCLA researchers Sandra Rieger and Alvaro Sagasti found that a chemical signal released by wounded skin cells promotes the regeneration of sensory fibers, thus helping to ensure that touch sensation is restored to healing skin. They discovered that the reactive oxygen species hydrogen peroxide, which is found at high concentrations at wounds, is a key component of this signal. Read more...

Rise of Vegetarianism Means More Choices / FREDRIC KOEPPEL | May 30, 2011 / The Memphis News / According to a study commissioned in 2008 by Vegetarian Times, 3.2 percent of Americans – about 7.3 million people – follow a vegetarian-based diet. About 1 million of those people are vegan, meaning that they avoid eating not only animals but animal products. Another 10 percent, about 22.8 million, said that they “largely follow a vegetarian-inclined diet.” Read more...

A new study of sportfish along the California coast shows mercury and PCBs in several popular species, some above state health thresholds but none high enough to trigger changes in fish-eating guidelines for Southern California.Study finds mercury, PCBs in coastal fish / PAT BRENNAN / May 27, 2011 / ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER / Mercury can affect the central nervous system in children and adolescents, sometimes causing learning disabilities, state health officials say. Read more...

Ford Motor Company/Associated Press Workers on an assembly line at a Ford plant in Highland Park, Mich., in 1913. Modern work tends to be more sedentary.Workplace Cited as a New Source of Rise in Obesity / TARA PARKER-POPE / May 26, 2011 / New York Times / Today, an estimated one in three Americans are obese. Researchers caution that workplace physical activity most likely accounts for only one piece of the obesity puzzle, and that diet, lifestyle and genetics all play important roles. Read more...

Cholesterol ... easily raised by greasy food, much harder to bring back down. Cholesterol: the good, the bad and the useless / May 29, 2011 / Sydney Morning Herald / RAISING the blood levels of good cholesterol does nothing to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in people taking statins to lower their bad cholesterol, a study has found. Read more...

Testimonies keep pouring in from people whose dogs were quite ill, yet recovered remarkably when they switched to this diet.Healing Vegetarian Dog Food Recipe / May 27, 2011 / CARE2 / For dogs suffering a variety of ailments and illnesses, this vegetarian dog food recipe has been a saving grace. Testimonies keep pouring in from people whose dogs were quite ill, yet recovered remarkably when they switched to this diet. Created by Vicky Lynn, founder of Asians for Humans, Animals and Nature (AHAN), the recipe may look complicated, but really takes very little time–and the results are beyond worthwhile. Read more...

LESLIE RENKEN/JOURNAL STAR According to reflexology, toxins in the body tend to build up in the hands and feet. The reflexologist works these areas to break up the toxins. Cobb's clients often tell her that one of her treatments is as relaxing as a full-body massage.Healing through the heels Reflexologists massage parts of the foot linked to nerve endings throughout the body. / Jennifer Davis / Peoria Journal Star / May 27, 2011 / "I believe the body can heal itself if we allow it to do that. I'm just stimulating the points in the body, making it easier to work." Read more...

Vegetarian California rolls with vegetables and sesame seeds. Photograph: Bon Appetit / AlamyWhere's the exciting vegetarian food? / Sejal Sukhadwala / 27 May 2011 / Guardian UK / Many top chefs serve meat-free food which is delicious, innovative and thought-provoking. Isn't it time exclusively vegetarian restaurants raised their standards to match? Read more...

With Calcium, More May Not Be Better / Steven Reinberg / HealthDay - U.S.News / May 25, 2011 (HealthDay News) -- Getting enough calcium for bone health is essential, but getting more than that doesn't appear to confer any additional benefit, Swedish researchers have found. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Decades of independent research indicates non animal and truly natural [unrefined] calcium resources are much easier for bodies to assimilate. Examples: carrots, spinach, sesame, dark leafy greens, etc.

Quest analyzed the results of blood tests to 11 common allergens: five foods (egg whites, milk, peanuts, soybeans and wheat), common ragweed, mold, two species of house dust mites, cat epithelia (skin), and dog dander 5 Ways Americans' Allergies Are Getting Worse / Meredith Melnick / May 27, 2011 / Time / One in five Americans now suffer from allergies, accounting for 17 million doctors appointments and 30,000 emergency room visits each year. And the numbers are on the rise, according to a large new study from the medical testing and information company Quest Diagnostics. Read more...

Antibiotics In Animal Feed Encourage Emergence Of Superbugs - FDA Sued By Health And Consumer Organizations / 26 May 2011 / Christian Nordqvist / Medical News Today / If the FDA concluded in 1977 that adding low-dose antibiotics used in human medicine to animal feed raised the risk of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, why has it still done nothing about it? Read more...

Mushroom-Derived Compound may Protect Against Prostate Tumor Formation / Dr. Cutler - Health News • May 25th, 2011 / Recent studies have indicated that there may be some scientific proof behind several natural medical treatments that have been used for hundreds of years in Asian cultures. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Certain mushrooms have been used thousands of years for healing. Research like this is generally funded or directed toward pharmceutical companies, that synthesize these otherwise natural remedies, when "leaving well enough alone" might cost us less, yet provide less profit for big pharma. Notice they say "protect against", but not "cure".

Drop in Physical Activity at Work Leads to Obesity, Study Says / Chris Staiti and Elizabeth Lopatto - May 26, 201 / Less than 20 percent of jobs now require at least moderate exertion, a drop from almost half of all private-industry jobs five decades ago, according to research published yesterday in the journal PLOS One. The change in job-related daily physical effort matched the actual change in weight for some. Read more...

EDITOR'S SUGGESTION: When working a "day job" involving sitting around, balance that with walking / running / riding bike with your dog, etc. Create and build your own garden. Dig your own ditches instead of hiring someone else. In other words don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. It's less expensive and more life expanding than "going to a gym".

AIDS In America After 30 Years: Facts, Figures / Sy Kraft / Medical News Today / 25 May 2011 / As of December 2008 in New York City, a little more than 50% of new HIV and AIDS infections were among African Americans, and new HIV infections were highest among those ages 20 to 29 and 30 to 39, according to the New York City Department of Health. Read more...

States cut back efforts to provide drugs for HIV, AIDS / Shefali S. Kulkarni / May 22, 2011 / Washington Post / Cash-strapped states are scaling back efforts to provide life-saving medicines to HIV patients. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Regarding AIDS: Some of the drugs used to treat what they call "AIDS / HIV Virus", like Monsanto's AZT, could be realistically defined as "life-threatening" when looking at side effects of a medication. Previous articles are simply posted to give us honest perspective.

Groups Sue FDA Over Use of Certain Antibiotics in Animal Feed / BILL TOMSON / MAY 25, 2011 / Wall Street Journal / "Approximately 80% of all antibiotics used in the United States today are used in livestock," the groups said in the suit. "Most of these drugs are not used to treat disease... Read more...

If the flood waters sits around for too long, crops won’t be planted this year.HAARP being used to create floods to destroy World’s food supply. / May 18th, 2011 / presscore / The US has discovered a way to manipulate the Earth’s atmospheric rivers and use it as a weapon of mass destruction. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: As a publisher, I hesitate to post unverifiable news releases, yet previous HAARP article was eloquently written, indicating professional quality research to reach conclusions. You will mostly find excellent research here. This and previous postings from May 22, 2011 [scroll down] detail "strategy" not verified by U.S. military operations, simply opinions of writers and others. Most major media have shunned from reporting this as "conflicts of interest" are a major concern. Suggestion to readers: Do your own research before believing something, then be careful for obvious reasons.

Raw food: Healthy simplicity? / May 24, 2011 | MICHELLE ALEJANDRA BOOTH / Las Vegas Review Journal / There is no denying that every year, there seems to be a new fad diet, a new "bad food" and a new "power food." But in recent years, one particular diet has picked up a lot of ground. This new diet is different. It is not trademarked and it is not really a diet so much as a lifestyle, and adherents simply call it "going raw." Read more...

Culture linked to good healthCulture linked to improved health / 24 May 2011 / BBC / Trips to the theatre, concerts, art galleries and museums have been linked to better health and wellbeing, according to researchers in Norway. Read more...

Pregnancy Weight Gain Increases Risk Of Diabetes Complications / Sy Kraft / Medical News Today / 24 May 2011 / For women that have more than one child, often weight gain between pregnancies can increase the risk of developing diabetes. With an opposite effect, it seems losing weight between the first and second pregnancies appeared to reduce gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) risk in a second pregnancy, particularly for women who were overweight or obese to begin with. Read more...

Autism Leads Rise of Developmental Disabilities / Nicole Ostrow - May 22, 2011 / Bloomberg / Developmental disabilities among American children increased 17 percent in the past decade led by a rise in autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a U.S. government study found. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: There is an undeniable relation to proliferation of vaccinations in toddlers with huge increase in autism. Click here to read further insight...

Richard Drew  /  AP A woman smokes a cigarette in New York's Times Square. A new law bans smoking in New York City's 43 square miles of urban parks and other public places. The law will be enforced with a $50 fine per violation. New York to smokers: Butt out / VERENA DOBNIK / 05-24-2011 / MSNBC / A new law went into effect Monday banning smoking in 43 square miles of parks, public plazas, beaches and boardwalks in the city. Read more...

PHOTO BY KATHY HIGGENS No kissing allowed — Horses at equestrienne events are spreading a deadly virus that causes neurological damage to horses.Equine herpes concerns horse owners / Pamela Britton-Baer / May 24, 2011 / andersonvalleypost / No kissing allowed — Horses at equestrienne events are spreading a deadly virus that causes neurological damage to horses. Read more...

Chuckle for the day:
AP – Harold Camping speaks during a taping of his show 'Open Forum' in Oakland, Calif., Monday, May 23, 2011. …Preacher says world will actually end in October / GARANCE BURKE / Associated Press – Yahoo / May 24, 2011 OAKLAND, Calif. – A California preacher who foretold of the world's end only to see the appointed day pass with no extraordinarily cataclysmic event has revised his apocalyptic prophecy, saying he was off by five months and the Earth actually will be obliterated on Oct. 21. Read more...
EDITOR'S COMMENT: I won't believe it until it happens. Some day life will end for all of us, yet I doubt we will witness the end of the World. Following teachings of Jesus is great, realizing every preacher and other humans have their own opinions.

When Doomsday Isn't, Believers Struggle to Cope / Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience – Sat May 21, 2011 / If you're reading this, Harold Camping's predictions that the end of the world would start Saturday (May 21) failed to pan out. Read more...

WorldFest 2011 Celebrates Mother Earth The eco-friendly festival brings entertainment, education and enlightenment to the Valley. / Helen Jeong / The WorldFest 2011 Earth Day festival kicked off for the 10th year at Woodley Park in Lake Balboa. Nearly 5,000 people attended the solar-powered event on Sunday to enjoy food, animals, entertainment and to learn about environmental consciousness. Online video...

Dear Readers, just this morning [Monday, May 23, 2011] I noticed this page was down, probably hacked as a result of posting information about HAARP, as posted with videos below. Please realize there are challenges associated with posting the truth, so bear with us if site won't come up later. Love and Light, Dennis

EDITORIAL: Dutchsinse has forecast the Midwest destruction, systematically uncovering an intentional disaster. After the severe nuclear disaster in Japan, they tracked the dangerous nuclear fallout, updating us every step along the way.

This is a Healing News special, linking news media videos regarding an honest, verifiable research vital to our survival. It must stop. Check the following postings to find out what HAARP rings are up to, with more answers in the future, + other information about a "macbre science" that could lead to mass genocide unless laws are changed, to avoid further catastrophe...

Adepto Perfectus = dutchsinse / 5/20/2011 -- "HAARP ring" forecast = Springfield, MO southwest to Amarillo, TX = severe in 24-48


Just two days later, the following video shows the results forecast in the previous video...

Heavy storms maul Midwest, leaving deaths, injuries, destruction By the CNN Wire Staff

This is the prediciton the end of April, further explaining the HAARP ring research...

Hawaii A Voice For Sovereignty SoundtrackTHE HOLY WATERS / Martha Jones / 05-15-2011 / If you hadn't noticed that water rights are changing, check out politics of the world and compare other countries' water situations. Read more...

The WorldFest 2011 Earth Day Festival will be held all day May 22, 2011 10:30AM - 7:00PM at the beautiful outdoor setting of Woodley Park in Lake Balboa, CA. LA's Green, Compassionate Living, Music Festival WorldFest is a solar-powered celebration of music, the environment, animals and humanity. We’re helping people learn what they can do for the Earth and its inhabitants.

The WorldFest 2011 Earth Day Festival will be held all day May 22, 2011 10:30AM - 7:00PM at the beautiful outdoor setting of Woodley Park in Lake Balboa, CA. We welcome our attendees to a magnificent day filled with entertainment, education and enlightenment. The combination of great music, empowering speakers, environmental, humanitarian and animal welfare non-profits, kids' activities and a delicious food court make for an earth-friendly experience that is sure to be inspiring and enjoyable for all. Read more...

Creative space is testament to poetry's healing power / Emily Hourican / May 22 2011 / Independent / Having emerged from a personal hell, Christina Reihill tells Emily Hourican how writing has been her salvation / "Poetry is beyond cognitive understanding," Christina explains. "It's meant to move you. You're meant to feel, smell, taste, reflect -- if a poem does that, touches all the senses, it's doing something. When I saw this space, I just went, 'I think I could do it here.' Once you come in here, you're stepping into a poem." Read more...

Vegan visitors to the third busiest airport in the United States might soon have a new place to sit down, relax and enjoy delicious plant-based fare while awaiting that late arrival.  Los Angeles International Airport looks to add organic vegan restaurant / ERIC FORTNEY / 5/20/2011 / This Dish Is Veg / According to the LA Times, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has awarded a contract to Real Food Daily, a restaurant that features organic vegan cuisine. Read more...

13 indigenous grandmothers bring healing spirit to Alaska / May 18th, 2011 | Margaret Bauman / The Tundra Drums / A Yup'ik Eskimo tribal doctor, a member of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, welcomed with prayer and song today several hundred people there for a fire lighting ceremony in Anchorage to begin the council's ninth gathering. Read more...

Shaker Hts.: Spiritual healing for pain control / May 19, 2011 / WKYC-TV / SHAKER HEIGHTS -- Dr. Howard Hall, a clinical psychologist at University Hospitals, spent his entire career studying mind-body connections and how they can be used therapeutically. Read more...

A calming influence A story of riding and redemption / May 19th 2011 / TheEconomist / Horses saved Sylvia Harris from her crippling bipolar disorder and enabled her, at 40, to become a jockey and the first African-American woman to win a thoroughbred race. “Long Shot”, her first book, is an edgy, unapologetic account of this achievement and of her own race to outrun the illness that consumed her. It is also a tribute to the power of the horse to calm, contain and inspire. Read more...

Diabetes drug Avandia to be pulled from retail shelves / Steve Sternberg / 05-19-2011 / USA TODAY / In 2007, Nissen published an analysis showing that the drug increased heart attack risk by about 40% in people with type 2 diabetes, who are already much more prone to heart attacks than people without the disease. Subsequent studies confirmed the greater heart attack risk. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Common sense works much better to reverse effects a diabetes than being medicated with dangerous drugs. To find out more about reversing this conditon click here....

Ron Gutman: The hidden power of smiling / TED

Can we cut cancer and heart disease rates just by going vegan? / Matilda Lee / 17th May, 2011 / Ecologist / We've heard about the environmental and animal welfare problems with meat consumption. Now a new film, Planeat, presents a convincing health case to re-examine our love affair with meat and dairy, reports Matilda Lee. Read more...

Wilfredo Lee  /  AP Participants in a support group for older adults at the Hanley Center, an addiction treatment and rehab center in West Palm Beach, Fla. say a prayer.When grandpa is an addict: Big spike in senior drug abuse / MATT SEDENSKY / 05-18-2011 / AP / Substance abuse treatment admissions among 50 and older increased by 70 percent over the last decade Read more...

Binge drinking is a growing problem in Britain and other European countries Photo: CHRISTOPHER PLEDGERBinge drinking damages the memory of people as young as 18 / Richard Alleyne, / 17 May 2011 / Telegraph UK / Binge drinking not only makes you forget what you did the night before but also the day before that – and the day before that, a study suggests. Read more...

Study finds flame retardant in foam baby products / May. 18, 2011 / ROBIN ERB DETROIT FREE PRESS / A national study of 101 foam baby products, including 18 from Michigan, found flame retardants in 80 of them — with many of the retardants containing chemical compounds that researchers say are associated with health risks to humans. Read more...

Coffee is officially off the vice list as new studies show health benefits for ailments ranging from cancer to Parkinson's diseaseGuiltless Coffee? The Drink May Actually Make Us Healthier / Lane Wallace / MAY 18 2011 / TheAtlantic / In a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, a group of Harvard researchers announced that they'd found that coffee consumption actually reduces the risk of prostate cancer, and particularly lethal prostate cancer, in men. Not only that, but a Swedish study published last week in Breast Cancer Research indicates that coffee could also help reduce a woman's risk for post-menopausal, ER-negative breast cancer. Read more...

No physical explanation for delusional infestations / Genevra Pittman NEW YORK | May 16, 2011 (Reuters Health) Although many of the patients diagnosed with "delusional infestation" did have dermatitis -- an itchy skin condition -- the researchers weren't sure if that was causing the symptoms, or if it was a result of excessive scratching or medications the patients had applied to "treat" their problem. Read more...

TSA backscatter radiation safety tests were riggedTSA backscatter radiation safety tests were rigged / May 17, 2011 / Mike Adams / NaturalNews - HealingNews / As evidenced by recent events in Washington, we now live in an age where the federal government simply fakes whatever documents, news or evidence it wants people to believe, then releases that information as if it were fact. Read more...

Healing PTSD Through a New Kind of Yoga / Ana Forrest / 05/16/11 / HuffingtonPost / I teach them how to retrain their extreme response so that they can befriend and regulate their response into being alert, thus repatterning away from their trauma and into their present reality. Read more...

The Healing Power of a Personal Narrative / May Benatar, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. / 05/16/11 / HuffingtonPost / This may seem like a curious task given that we all know, or should know, the story of our lives. We've been imagining the movie to be made from that story forever, right? Read more...

Insurers Take In Record Profits as U.S. Residents Spend Less on Care / May 16, 2011 / California Healthline / Some experts believe the companies are trying to raise premiums before stricter regulations are enacted under the federal health reform law, such as a requirement that companies cover individuals with pre-existing conditions. Read more...

Remedies for allergy suffering (ABCNEWS.com)7 Unusual Ways to Alleviate Allergy Symptoms / KIM CAROLLO, ABC News / May 16, 2011 / he millions of people coughing, sneezing and sniffling their way through what some experts predict could be the worst allergy season in years may not know about some of the more unusual ways to lessen their symptoms. Read more...

“This legal and effective blend of calming herbs gives consumers a calming effect that may help to battle a variety of stress-induced symptoms including trouble sleeping, anxiety and nervous tendencies,”Melatonin Brownies: An Alternative to Sleeping Pills? / Susan Brady / May 16, 2011 / HealthNews / Apparently you can have your cake and your sleep too! A new, albeit controversial, alternative to prescription sleep aids is gaining traction, hitting its target on college campuses and available at many mainstream convenience stores. Read more...

Green Health: 3 Easy Ways to Help Your Body and the Environment / Beth Greer / 05/15/11 / Huffington Post / If you're like most people, a little voice inside your head has probably been telling you for a while that it's time to get back to a more natural way of living and take a more serious look at the toxins in your everyday life. Read more...

Parsley, celery fight against breast cancer / May 15, 2011 / ANI - Zee News / Washington: Parsley and celery, usually used as a decorative accent to a scrumptious meal, can stop certain breast cancer tumor cells from multiplying and growing, suggests a new study. Read more...

Ozone Layer Found 'Healing' a Decade Earlier / Tudor Vieru / May 14th, 2011 / Softpedia / Much to their surprise, climate scientists keeping an eye on the hole that developed in the ozone layer above Antarctica noticed that the gap is beginning to close. This is remarkable because the process is taking place a decade earlier than scientists first calculated any effect would be visible. Read more...

Want whiter skin? Go natural, FDA says / Jocelyn R. Uy / Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05/14/2011 MANILA, Philippines—Want whiter skin? Better stick to natural methods like eating lots of watermelon, avocado, broccoli, spinach and tomatoes to boost natural glutathione levels in your body, said the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Read more...

Massage is one of the biggest methods used in ayurveda, practiced ‘to keep the body healthy.'Practicing ancient healing – in Breckenridge Ayurvedic methods meant to heal body and soul / Kathryn Corazzelli / May 15, 2011 / summit daily / “When I say it's a spiritual practice, it incorporates a knowing of your own spirit to help you remain in balance,” she said. “It's about connecting with your spirit, and that will lead you to health. When you're disconnected with your spirit — when you don't listen to what you know is good for you — that will lead you to disease.” Read more...

Healing a historic wrong / Susan Thornton / 05/13/2011 - Denver Post / Certainly, American Indians whose ancestors were killed at Sand Creek have not forgotten. Each November since 1998, young members of the Northern Cheyenne tribe have made a Spiritual Healing Run from Sand Creek to Denver. Read more...

Holistic Processing: Seeing the Trees and Missing the Forest / ScienceDaily (May 9, 2011) One possible explanation is that holistic processing emerges from expertise, but the truth is much more nuanced, according to the authors of a new review published in Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. Read more...

Wynn apologizes for vegan lecture / Norm Clarke / May 11, 2011 / lvrj / Addressing his conversion to a vegan lifestyle, Wynn told a vegan-friendly crowd "this is a matter of fundamental survival and continued vitality of our society and our population." Read more...

A resident of the Janet Jones Group Home in Port Charlotte, Bradley Ginther helps plants flowers with the help of Mary Ann Kussmaul while resident Diane Duncan watches. It's all part of emotional therapy at the home. CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS / MATT HOUSTONHealing power of gardening Master gardeners and therapists offer ways to get the disabled digging in the dirt / LINDA BRANDT / May 12, 2011 / HeraldTribune / Gardening can build strength and stamina, develop mental and social skills, and increase motivation, energy and appetite. It improves coordination and concentration, alleviates stress and anxiety and builds self-esteem. Read more...

FDA Links Topamax® to Birth Defects / Cynthia R. Levin Moulton / 05-13-2011 / Yahoo - PRWeb / Topamax® is used as a seizure prevention medication for certain patients with epilepsy. It is also prescribed to prevent migraine headaches. According to the FDA alert, babies that are exposed to the drug during fetal development have a greater risk of developing cleft lip and/or cleft palate. Read more...

A photograph of an unnamed boy in a cage features in Sean O'Carroll's exhibition about Ritalin.Plea to free children from 'chemical cages' / Andrew Taylor / May 15, 2011 / Sydney Morning Herald / O'Carroll's strong views are shared by the West Australian Labor politician Martin Whitely, who describes Ritalin as a ''chemical cage'' and has called for an end to federal government subsidising of Ritalin. ''Currently we're subsidising misery,'' he said. Read more...

A baby sleeps in a hammock in Rio Dulce, about 110 miles northeast of Guatemala City. Guatemala is one of the countries that are part of U.S. President Barack Obama's Global Health Initiative. (Eitan Abramovich /AFP/Getty Images)Healing the world: Guatemala A snapshot of Guatemala's health challenges and the aims of the Global Health Initiative. / Selena Ross / May 9, 2011 / GHI's main goals: Help Guatemala overcome longstanding inequalities by extending health services, including food distribution, to rural and hard-to-reach areas; reduce maternal mortality, child mortality and child malnutrition all by about one-third by 2014. Read more...

Internet tied to growth in U.S. prescription drug abuse / Ros Krasny / BOSTON | May 12, 2011 (Reuters) - Access to rogue online pharmacies may be driving a rapid increase in the abuse of prescription drugs like powerful painkillers Percocet and Oxycontin, a new study shows. Read more...

The founding of the original Red Cross, on which the United States version is based, was started in Switzerland in February of 1863. The organization’s roots aren’t as altruistic as its goals are today.This Month in Medical History: The business of healing / May 12, 2011 / Sean Ruck / DOTmed / May 8, 1828, Jean Henry Dunant, the inspiration behind one of the few organizations with brand recognition that rivals McDonald’s, was born. The ready recognition of the organization may be in part, because its logo description -- a red cross -- is also its name. Read more...

Healing through hyperbaric oxygen therapy / Dr. Martye L. Marshall / May 09, 2011 / Daily Local / HBOT uses 100 percent oxygen at increased barometric pressure while the patient is in a clear acrylic treatment chamber. When pressurized this way, oxygen behaves as a drug; for this reason, hyperbaric chambers are FDA-cleared medical devices for the treatment of specific conditions. Read more...

New York, Arizona eateries duel over belly-bursting bites / Basil Katz NEW YORK | May 10, 2011 (Reuters) - A famous Manhattan deli wants the right to keep giving its patrons heart attacks: kosher ones, that is, and in the form of a sandwich. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: One thing in a free society: Idealy, each has a right to their own choice, as long as it doesn't hurt others... or is that possible? By eating a "Triple Bypass Sandwich" would you be hurting others by dyng, or simply hurting yourself by clogging arteries resulting in cardiac arrest?

Using a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the schools in San Antonio are installing sophisticated cameras in the cafeteria line and trash area that read food bar codes embedded in the food trays.Cameras in U.S. schools to record calorie counts / Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO | May 12, 2011 8:06pm IST (Reuters Life!) - The next time children in some elementary schools in the state of Texas try to sneak extra french fries onto their tray in the cafeteria line, the eye in the sky will be watching them. Read more...

In detailed research just published in BioMed Central's open access journal Breast Cancer Research, scientists from Sweden's prestigious Karolinska Institute present compelling evidence that something in coffee slashes the risk of breast cancer. Studies show drinking coffee may reduce risk of breast cancer / May 12, 2011 / S. L. Baker / NaturalNews / In detailed research just published in BioMed Central's open access journal Breast Cancer Research, scientists from Sweden's prestigious Karolinska Institute present compelling evidence that something in coffee slashes the risk of breast cancer. Read more...

Coffee consumption modifies risk of estrogen-receptor negative breast cancer / Jingmei Li , Petra Seibold , Jenny Chang-Claude , Dieter Flesch-Janys , Jianjun Liu , Kamila Czene , Keith Humphreys and Per Hall / 11 May 2011 / Breast Cancer Research / in the associations between coffee consumption and breast cancer risk, according to different estrogen receptor subtypes. We assessed the association between coffee consumption and postmenopausal breast cancer risk in a large population-based study (2,818 cases and 3,111 controls), overall, and stratified by ER tumour subtypes. Read more...

NPA Expert to Discuss Natural Standards at the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit / Dr. Welch oversees NPA’s quality assurance programs, including the NPA Natural Seal. She will highlight major developments in NPA’s certification of natural products and ingredients. Read more...

Bedbugs in a container on display at the National Bedbug Conference in Washington, Feb. 2, 2011. A new report suggests that the hard-to-tackle pests can carry methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus -- better known as the "superbug" MRSA. (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)Bedbugs Can Carry Drug-Resistant Bacteria: Study / KATIE MOISSE / May 11, 2011 / Bedbugs, the apple seed-sized critters checking in to mattresses nationwide, may be traveling with some risky baggage. A new report suggests that hard-to-tackle pests whose deep bites leave itchy welts can carry drug-resistant bacteria -- better known as "superbugs." Read more...

"Embedding" a severe form of self-harm among teens: study / 5/10/2011 / NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) - "Embedding" is a severe form of self-injury among teenagers that involves inserting objects into the skin or muscle and appears to be linked to thoughts of suicide and major psychiatric disorders, according to a U.S. study. Read more...

EDITOR'S REPORT: A little tracking turned up the abstract related to this subject, so here it is! Self-Embedding Behavior: A New Primary Care Challenge Gregory H. Bennett, BSa, William E. Shiels II, DOa,b, Adam S. Young, BSa, Nicholas Lofthouse, PhDc, Leslie Mihalov, MDb

Water near 'fracking' sites contaminated? / May 10, 2011 (UPI) -- Groundwater wells in northeastern Pennsylvania and upstate New York are contaminated by methane as a result of "fracking" gas drilling, a university study says. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Fracking, otherwise known as hydraulic fracture [of the Earth's crust] happens with most oil and gas well drilling. This is a huge environmental disaster when accounting for thousands of holes around the World. Click here to find out more about it...

OPINION: Don't overdo cancer screenings / lehighvalleylive / May 10, 2011 / One of them: Unnecessary, expensive testing where potential risks outweigh possible benefits. The problem becomes even more disconcerting when federal tax dollars are being used to pay for the procedures. Read more...

In this photo taken Tuesday, May 3, 2011, chocolate milk cartons are seen at the Belmont Senior High cafeteria in Los Angeles. With schools under increasing pressure to combat child obesity by offering healthier food, the national staple of kids’ cafeteria trays has come under attack over the very ingredient that helps make it so popular:sugar. Damian Dovarganes / APChocolate milk may be banned from Los Angeles schools / Christina Hoag, Associated Press / May 10, 2011 / Chocolate milk, with all of its added sugar, has become a new target for people concerned with childhood obesity in Los Angeles. Most of the milk consumed in schools is chocolate milk. Read more...

http://www.redorbit.com/news/health/2044395/breastfeeding_linked_to_fewer_behavior_problems/Breastfeeding Linked To Fewer Behavior Problems / redOrbit / 10 May 2011 / The study suggests that it is possible that breast milk contains something that leads to improved neurological development and behavioral learning in children, or it could be the close physical contact during breastfeeding that may lead to more of a mother-baby interaction and better communication. Read more...

...Boulder, Colorado has decided to stop using Roundup in public places not because of the dangers of glyphosate, but at least in part because of recent studies showing POEA, an inactive ingredient in the herbicide, is actually more harmful to humans than glyphosate.Monsanto's Roundup Herbicide Comes Under Fire: EPA Reviews for Safety and Boulder Discontinues Use / Rachel Cernansky / 05. 3.11 / TreeHugger / Monsanto's Roundup herbicide has been coming under increasing scrutiny, and it's about time. Glyphosate, the main ingredient in the herbicide, is being reviewed for safety by regulators in the U.S. and Canada, despite having been in use for more than 30 years. Some groups are calling for an outright ban because of problems it causes for plants, animals, and its potential as a cause of infertility or cancer in people. Read more...

Chinese autistic children play dress-up games during an event to mark the 4th World Autism Awareness Day at an education institute for autism in Qingdao on April 2, 2011. (Wu Hong / EPA)Autism rates may be higher than thought / Shari Roan / Los Angeles Times / May 8, 2011 / In the first study to take a broad-population look at the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders — types of autism ranging from severe symptoms to the milder Asperger's syndrome — researchers found a rate of 2.64% among South Korean children. That's 1 in 38 children, a rate far higher than the estimate of 1 in 110 children for the U.S. by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read more...

EDITOR'S REPORT: It is time for people to look close at causes and effects of autism. It's not just because of too many vaccinations, when one realizes ALL environmental toxins can exacerbate the condition. Read the research, and come to your own conclusions...

CT Scans For Kids' Head Injuries Often Unnecessary Say US Researchers / Catharine Paddock, PhD / Medical News Today / 09 May 2011 / ...because they use X-rays, every time a person has one, it slightly increases their lifetime risk of developing diseases like cancer. And because children have a longer life ahead of them, this is more significant. Read more...

Physician, Heel Thyself / THERESA BROWN / May 7, 2011 / NYTimes / When a doctor thoughtlessly dresses down a nurse in front of patients or their families, it’s not just a personal affront, it’s an incredible distraction, taking our minds away from our patients, focusing them instead on how powerless we are. Read more...

Meat safety warning for those over 50 / Chellie Mills / KFOR / May 6, 2011 / Health officials say not properly heating deli meats and hot dogs puts those over 50, and especially those over 65, at risk for an illness called Listeria. Read more...

EDITOR'S REPORT: Many in raw foods eat unpasteurized dairy, eggs, meat, etc. Listeria runs rampant in these foods, as gathered evidence indicates why people started cooking numerous foods, just to avoid illness. I simply avoid consuming animal products, and feel much healthier as a result.

Study: Poultry causes most food-borne illness / May 6, 2011 / Palm Beach Post / "Consumers should continue to follow the simple, common-sense food safety precautions printed on every package of raw meat and poultry sold in the United States, especially since the heat of normal cooking kills microorganisms such as salmonella and campylobacter." Read more...

Report: The 10 Pathogen-Food Combinations That Most Hurt Public Health / Health Blog / Wall Street Journal / “The public-health impact isn’t the number of cases of 24-hour diarrhea,” Glenn Morris, director of the EPI and an author of the report, tells the Health Blog. This analysis shifts the focus “towards the diseases that cause long-term disability and death.” Read more...

May keeps skin cancer in check Keeping your skin safe in the summer / Kristen N. Lacaillade / May 7, 2011 / etownian Although skin cancer is the most common cancer today, it is easy to take preventative measures. Be smart about your skin, and you'll be pain free all summer long. Read more...

Once mocked as a hippie diet, veganism catching on in the U.S. mainstream / CP WIRE / 7/05/201 / You've come a long way, vegan. Read more...

Vegan Diet Reduces Breast Cancer Risk / Cancer project / 05/05/2011 / foodconsumer / Recent studies suggest a plant-based diet can do just that. Vegetarian and vegan diets tend to be low in circulating levels of IGF-I. Diets high in a variety of fruits and vegetables can significantly reduce breast cancer development in women with BRCA mutations. Since the BRCA gene is responsible for repairing DNA, it is thought that antioxidants in fruits and vegetables can assist the DNA repair system. However, foods most know to increase IGF-I stem from animal protein animal proteins, milk, and dairy protein. Read more...

Jeannie Ammon (front) and Carol Baum walk last week through the labyrinth they helped build on the north edge of the Dell Rapids Cemetery. The women created the labyrinth as a place to come pray and meditate as they tried to cope with the deaths of their sons. / Jay Pickthorn / Argus LeaderHealing labyrinth Dell Rapids, site of permanent 'prayer tool,' part of worldwide observance / Jill Callison / May. 4, 2011 / argusleader / "It's a meditation and prayer tool," Ammon says. "It helps you enter more deeply into meditation. It helps clarify your thoughts, too." Read more...

a surprising new study suggests that low salt intake can actually increase the risk of dying from cardiovascular causesSodium May Actually Be Good For You / May 7, 2011 / Caitlin Bronson / ThirdAge / Sodium intake above a certain level has often been blamed for increased risk of heart attack or stroke, but a surprising new study suggests that low salt intake can actually increase the risk of dying from cardiovascular causes. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: It is good to clarify that type of salt can mean a big difference in the way it can help or hurt the body. Sodium cloride, a chemically refined white salt can raise blood pressure. Unrefined rock salts from Utah, Celtic or Himalayan origins with natural color still in them, have a much healthier effect on people, without the side effects.

8 Everyday Ways to Have a Brain Bleed / COURTNEY HUTCHISON / ABC News / May 5, 2011 / Although the effects of a ruptured aneurysm can be devastating, it's important to remember that aneurysms themselves are somewhat rare: It is estimated that between 2 percent and 5 percent of Americans live with a brain aneurysm, and the vast majority will never experience a rupture. Among those who do, half will die, and half of those who survive will live with permanent disability. Read more...

DEA News: Americans Return 188 Tons of Medications for Safe Disposal on National Prescription Drug Takeback Day / Rusty Payne / Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 06, 2011 / “The amount of prescription drugs turned in by the American public during the first two Take-Back events is simply staggering—309 tons—and represents a clear need for a convenient way to rid homes of unwanted or expired prescription drugs,” said DEA Administrator Michele M. Leonhart. “DEA is hard at work establishing a drug disposal process and will continue to offer take-back opportunities until the proper regulations are in place. Read more...

In January, a bullet fired from point-blank range tore through her brain. Just last week, she was seen walking, albeit with effort, up the stairs of an airplane.The brain's amazing potential for recovery / Elizabeth Landau / CNN / May 5, 2011 / Although parts of the brain may be damaged, destroyed or even missing, remaining parts can learn how to take over the functions that were lost. This may be how someone like Giffords can recover her ability to do basic tasks such as walk, however slowly. Read more...

Today is the National Day of Prayer. (Credit: istockphoto)National Day of Prayer spotlights prayer's healing power / David W Freeman / May 5, 2011 (CBS) Religious people take on faith the healing power of prayer - on today's National Day of Prayer as on other days. And even hard-nosed doctors who have studied spirituality say science supports the belief that prayer brings health benefits - though not necessarily because God is listening. Read more...

Sex, coffee increase stroke risk, study shows / Amanda Chan / 05-05-2011 / MSNBC / Researchers identified eight triggers that seem to increase the risk of aneurysm rupture, though the increased risk only lasts for about an hour after the activity, said study researcher Dr. Monique H.M. Vlak, a neurologist at the University Medical Center in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Read more...

Dad: Pot saved cancer-ridden son's life / May 5, 2011 / UPI / Two weeks later, Cash -- who had a stage 4 brain tumor surrounding his optic nerve and hadn't eaten for 40 days after getting ultrahigh doses of chemotherapy and was hemorrhaging from the lungs -- was weaned of all the nausea drugs, sitting up, eating again "and laughing," Hyde told ABC News. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Chemotherapy is poison. It is simply common sense that would realize a natural herb will in most cases do better than dangerous chemicals to reverse symptoms of serious illness. Click here to find out more on this subject...

In light of the string of the blatant falsehoods being announced by the U.S. government these days (FDA, DHS, White House, etc.) it's interesting that so many people still believe whatever they are told by "official" sources.The gullible mind explained / May 05, 2011 / Mike Adams / NaturalNews - HealingNews / In light of the string of the blatant falsehoods being announced by the U.S. government these days (FDA, DHS, White House, etc.) it's interesting that so many people still believe whatever they are told by "official" sources. Read more...

New Food Poisoning Prevention Rules Let FDA Confiscate Products / May 5th, 2011 / AboutLawsuits / One of the new rules will allow the agency to detain food that investigators believe has been produced in insanitary and unsafe conditions. The other rule makes it mandatory that anyone importing food into the U.S. inform the FDA whether any other country has refused the food entry. Read more...

Prolonged Bottle Use Linked With Childhood Obesity / May 05, 2011 / Doctors Lounge / Prolonged bottle use up to 24 months is independently associated with obesity at age 5.5 years, according to a study published online May 5 in The Journal of Pediatrics. Read more...

The study says 1.6 billion adults are overweight worldwideBeing overweight 'linked to dementia' / James Gallagher / 3 May 2011 / BBC / About one out of every 20 people above the age of the 65 has dementia. The Alzheimer's Society said a healthy lifestyle could reduce the risk. Read more...

Eating less salt doesn't cut heart risks: study / Genevra Pittman NEW YORK | Tue May 3, 2011 / (Reuters Health) - People who ate lots of salt were not more likely to get high blood pressure, and were less likely to die of heart disease than those with a low salt intake, in a new European study. Read more...

Babies do sprout up overnight, it turns out. Researchers looking at infant sleep have shown that babies sleep more and longer just when growth spurts hitStudy: Babies grow most when they sleep the most / Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY / 05-03-2011 / Boys and girls also go about growth spurts differently, the researchers found. Boys tend to sleep longer when they're undergoing rapid growth while girls tend to have more bouts of sleep. Read more...

States reassess marijuana laws after fed warnings – 05-03-2011 / OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Several states have started reassessing their medical marijuana laws after stern warnings from the federal government that everyone from licensed growers to regulators could be subjected to prosecution. Read more...

The air indoors can be polluted by mold and pollen, but not all air cleaners are effective at removing dust and other asthma irritants. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times / May 2, 2011)Air pollution outside, sure, but indoor air might not be great either / Marissa Cevallos, HealthKey / May 2, 2011 / LATimes / The Environmental Protection Agency says that there are three ways to improve air quality inside the home. First, eliminate the source of the pollution (for example, get rid of gas stoves and asbestos). Second, improve the ventilation. And third, use an air cleaner. Read more...

Taylor Farms Pacific, Inc. Recalls Grape Tomatoes Due to Salmonella Risk / FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Gurjit Shergill / May 2, 2011 / FDA - Taylor Farms Pacific, Inc. of Tracy, CA has been notified by grower Six L’s that a specific lot of grape tomatoes supplied to Taylor Farms Pacific may be contaminated with Salmonella. This product has been recalled by Six L's. Read more...

New research shows that eating more of certain foods can stave off hunger pangs and control calories.Adding Food and Subtracting Calories / TARA PARKER-POPE / May 2, 2011 / NYtimes / The foods, which include cayenne pepper and puréed vegetables, are natural appetite suppressants. Read more...

Family Eating Together Better For Children's Health And Body Weight / Christian Nordqvist / Medical News Today / 02 May 2011/ Children who regularly sit down with their families to eat tend to enjoy better health, have a considerably lower risk of becoming obese, and develop healthy eating habits, researchers from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign revealed in the journal Pediatrics. Regularly means at least three meals per week. Read more...

Liposuction Only Rearranges Excess Fat / May 2, 2011/ Alex Heigl / ThirdAge / More than half of the women in the control group chose to have the liposuction surgery after the study, despite knowing what the results would be. Obesity experts theorize that the human body "defends" its fat--if you try to lose it, it will find a way back. Their explanation for the redistribution is that liposuction destroys the infrastructure that holds fat in place in the body, so it is forced to find somewhere else to relocate. Read more...

Death of bin Laden brings healing to old wounds / Richard Allen Greene / CNN / May 2, 2011 / And the death of Osama bin Laden at the hands of U.S. special operations forces may help to start some healing, said Christian and Muslim religious leaders, relatives of victims, and a generation who grew in the shadow of 9/11. Read more...

How can a vegan diet be healthy? / Leslie Beck / 05-01-2011 / South Asia Mail / As a vegan, the nutrients you need to pay close attention to include protein, vitamin B12, vitamin D, calcium, iron and omega-3 fatty acids. While you can meet your daily requirements for many of these from foods alone, you should supplement with B12 and vitamin D. Read more...

Last year, the Corn Refiners Association decided that the term "high fructose corn syrup" just didn't have same catchy ring to it as "sugar."Sugar Farmers And Corn Industry Debate Who Can Name Themselves After Poison / ARIEL SCHWARTZ / 05-02-2011 / FastCompany / Even if both forms are toxic, we should be more concerned about the government corn subsidies that allow HFCS to be so cheap in the first place, and what it says about our food system that we stuff food for the poorest people with the worst ingredients. Read more...

Survey Finds Many Young Adults Oblivious to Heart Health As obesity and other risk factors rise, many believe stroke and heart disease won't affect them / Steven Reinberg / May 2, 2011 / U.S.News (HealthDay News) -- A new U.S. survey finds that nine out of 10 college-age adults think they're living a healthy lifestyle, even as experts warn that that's not the case and current lifestyles will have consequences for health down the road. Read more...

Study reveals children can undo carseat restraints / Lauren Keiper / May 1, 2011 (Reuters Life!) - Children still too young to walk are finding ways to wriggle out of protective car restraints and are increasing their risk of serious injuries, a study shows. Read more...

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