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RethinkiGirl with dolphin  by ng the Way We Eat and Live / Dr. Dennis Knicely / June 3, 2010 / HealingNews / For too long humans have taken life for granted without realizing how we affect everything else. All life is Sacred, period. Read more...


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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A low-carb diet may not be the best for you after all | JUN 29, 2012 | | io9. | Tim Barribeau | ...our body handles and uses calories from different food sources in very different ways, so the actual makeup of what you're eating can have quite an influence on your weight loss. Read more...

Ozone Hurts the Heart, and It Doesn't Take a Lot Exposure to as Little as 2 Hours of Ozone May Prompt Heart Attack Among Vulnerable People | Jennifer Warner | June 26, 2012 | WebMD - Health News | "This study provides a plausible explanation for the link between acute ozone exposure and death," researcher Robert B. Devlin, PhD, a senior scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, N.C., says in a news release. Read more...

How To Send Absent Healing | Absent healing is a form of psychic healing provided to people that need healing and are far away. Here are some tips on how to ensure proper functioning of the procedure. Read more / Online video...

Want to Live to 100? Sleep | Glenn Ruffenach | SmartMoney – Yahoo |Jun 22, 2012 The primary findings: Many boomers are embracing lifestyles that could lead to a long and rewarding life – with two exceptions. More than seven in 10 centenarians – 71% – say they get eight hours or more of sleep each night. By contrast, only 38% of boomers say they get the same amount of rest. And when it comes to eating right, more than eight in 10 centenarians say they regularly consume a balanced meal, compared with just over two-thirds (68%) of baby boomers. Read more...

Denis And Yulia Pogostins A compound found in apple peels may help fight obesity.An apple a day may help fight obesity | 06-22-2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily - MSNBC | The researchers found that the mice that consumed ursolic acid gained less weight and were less likely to develop conditions similar to pre-diabetes and fatty liver disease, despite the fact that they ate more food than the mice that did not consume the compound. There was no difference in physical activity between the groups, the researchers said. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Although I find rat / mice experimentation questionable from a humane standpoint, this research speaks for itself. Apples are one of the most perfectly balanced foods. They do not raise or lower blood sugar, yet give us a boost. Apple foods are much preferable to sugar enhanced processed [junk] foods.

Playing her part ... Julia Gillard will confirm Australia's commitment to sustainable development, announcing the introduction of a national carbon tax to the United Nations conference. Photo: AFP Gillard keen to support sustainable development | Lenore Taylor | June 22, 2012 | Sydney Morning Herald | (Australia) The Prime Minister will also tell the United Nations conference in her address early today, Sydney time, that Australia is ''playing its part'' in moving to clean economic growth by introducing the carbon tax, which begins in just over a week. Read more...

It will take a lot of work, but the National Renewable Energy Laboratory believes it could be doneStudy: The U.S. could be powered by 80% green energy in 2050 | Tecca | Today in Tech - Yahoo | This percentage, the NREL said, could be achieved using technologies already available today. Contribution by all 50 states is one of the keys to make it happen, with each state playing to its strengths. A region rich in sunshine, for instance, could concentrate on solar energy, while other regions could work mainly with biomass, hydropower, or something else. Read more...

Asthma Risk In Kids Lowered By Having Pets | Christine Kearney | Medical News Today | 21 Jun 2012 | The researchers state that dust found in households with dogs may protect against the infection associated with a respiratory virus which has been linked to asthma in kids. Read more...

Zucchini hummus and other recipes in the raw | June 20, 2012 | trivalleycentral | The people who attended Ed Turner’s raw vegan class on Monday gave a thumbs up to hummus made with zucchini (aka squash) Read more...

TV remote, bedside lamp switch among germiest surfaces in hotel roomsTV remote, bedside lamp switch among germiest surfaces in hotel rooms | Ryan Jaslow | June 18, 2012 | CBSNews | "They're quite difficult to clean, and I don't think everybody appreciates just how well these organisms can fit into the nooks and crannies," Dr Ron Cutler, deputy director of biomedical science at Queen Mary, University of London, told WebMD of remotes. "If you eat in the same area as your TV remote, and you spread food, then it gives organisms the chance to grow. Read more...

The weight of the world: Researchers weigh human population The weight of the world: Researchers weigh human population | Rachael Rettner | June 18, 2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily - FoxNews | The energy requirement of any species depends not only on the number of individuals in its population, but also on its total mass: the more mass people in the world have, the higher their energy needs will be, the researchers said. Read more...

ERIKA SCHULTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES  Thrive cafe features raw-food vegetarian specialties such as mini wraps called "Wild Thai Bites."Raw-food revolution: beyond carrot sticks A raw-food diet — even part of the time — can be a boon to your health. | Sandi Halimuddin | June 17, 2012 | Seattle Times | Debates aside, adding one raw meal a day or incorporating more fresh fruits and vegetables into a diet can reap benefits, says Seattle-based physician Ilene Ruhoy. After a few weeks of more raw-food-based meals, she noted higher energy, higher quality of sleep and increased mental quality. Read more...

Does obesity affect school performance?  Does obesity affect school performance? | Amanda Gardner, Health | June 14, 2012 | CNN | In recent years, an uneven yet growing body of research has suggested that obesity is associated with poorer academic performance beginning as early as kindergarten. Studies have variously found that obese students -- and especially girls -- tend to have lower test scores than their slimmer peers, are more likely to be held back a grade, and are less likely to go on to college. Read more...

Review: Vitamin D Plus Calcium Linked to Mortality Reduction | June 15, 2012 | Doctors Lounge (HealthDay News) "Our IPD analysis and trial level meta-analysis consistently showed reduced mortality in elderly participants randomized to vitamin D supplements in combination with calcium, whereas the analyses based on existing interventions and trial populations did not support an effect of vitamin D alone," the authors write. Read more...

Korean seafood products exposed to fecal waste FDA urges removal after four Americans sickened | 6/14/2012 | Reuters WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration urged the removal of South Korean oysters, clams, mussels and scallops from the market, saying the products may have been exposed to human fecal waste and contaminated with norovirus. Read more...

When wildfires swept across Australia in February 2009, this photo of a firefighter sharing his water with an injured koala captured hearts around the world. The koala later died — not of fire-related injuries, but of chlamydia. Koalas in Australia are suffering from an epidemic of chlamydia, says Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz. "There's no such thing as safe sex in the wild."What Animals Can Teach Humans About Healing | NPR | June 12, 2012 | Bowers: "When animals are under stress, they will often try to make themselves feel better, and one way that animals do this is by grooming. Sometimes veterinarians see that animals actually over-groom in situations where they're stressed out: Cats will lick their paws compulsively; dogs might chew the base of their tail or spin around in circles. Also, veterinarians have seen horses that bite their flanks." Read more...

Persistence Is Learned from Fathers, Says Study | MIKAELA CONLEY | June 15, 2012 | ABCNews | "Fathers have a direct impact on how children perceive persistence and hope, and how they implement that into their lives," said Randall Day, professor in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University and co-author of the study. "It's important to say that moms can do this, too, but it turns out that when fathers use authoritative parenting, they have an impact on how their adolescents perceive themselves and how persistent they are in their lives." Read more...

Source: David Hammonds  /  via: shutterstock.comSexting Teens Don't Care About Legal Consequences | Anna North | 06-15-2012 | BuzzFeed | A new study has found that being aware of the possible legal consequences of sexting doesn't make teens do it any less. In fact, it may just make them sext each other more. Read more...

10,000 germ species live in and on healthy people | Lauran Neergaard | June 13, 2012 | Bloomberg | One surprise: It turns out that nearly everybody harbors low levels of some harmful types of bacteria, pathogens that are known for causing specific infections. But when a person is healthy — like the 242 U.S. adults who volunteered to be tested for the project — those bugs simply quietly coexist with benign or helpful microbes, perhaps kept in check by them. Read more...

In Good Health? Thank Your 100 Trillion Bacteria | GINA KOLATA | June 13, 2012 | NYTimes | No one really knew much about them. They are essential for human life, needed to digest food, to synthesize certain vitamins, to form a barricade against disease-causing bacteria. But what do they look like in healthy people, and how much do they vary from person to person? Read more...

Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Unhealthy Food Choices | Robert Glatter, MD | 6/13/2012 | Forbes | This study suggests that not getting proper amounts of sleep can lead to selection of unhealthy foods, and may also potentially explain the increase in appetite and predilection for foods high in sugar and fat after a night of restricted sleep. In some ways, the body is fighting its lack of sleep with a complex set of signals, reflected in its search for foods that are sweet and high in fat content- something which we can all likely relate to! Read more...

Shoe worn to work by Deborah KotzWhat do your shoes say about your personality and relationships? | Deborah Kotz | JUNE 15, 2012 | Boston Globe | “People guessed that liberals wore less attractive shoes, in worse repair, and less stylish,” said study co-author Angela Bahns, an assistant professor of psychology at Wellesley. “But when we looked at the true personality data it wasn’t the case.” Read more...

Healing the economy: Government is the solution | June 10, 2012 | Syndicated columns - The Oregonian | Decades of anti-government rhetoric have made liberals wary of claiming their legacy as supporters of the state's positive role. That's why they have had so much trouble making the case for President Barack Obama's stimulus program passed by Congress in 2009. It ought to be perfectly obvious: When the private sector is no longer investing, the economy will spin downward unless the government takes on the task of investing. And such investments -- in transportation and clean energy, refurbished schools and the education of the next generation -- can prime future growth. Read more...

Healing pain through dancing | Yoon Min-sik, Asia News Network (The Korea Herald) | 06/11/201 | It is a dance therapy session started by Kolkata Sanved, a human rights organization that uses dance to heal victims of violence and trafficking. Read more...

Alternative healing complements health career options | Emily Hughey | Quinn Chicago Tribune | June 7, 2012 | The good news is that complementary and alternative medicine is on the rise and, with the right course of study, you may practice it in locations ranging from hospitals and integrative medicine clinics to healing centers and nutrition offices. And you can kick the image of beads and incense; CAM has a home in hospitals, too. According to a recent survey by the American Hospital Association, 42 percent of 714 surveyed hospitals offered at least one complementary or alternative therapy in 2010, as compared with 27 percent just five years earlier. Read more...

Thanks in part to a concerted campaign to alert teens to the dangers of smoking, cigarette use is down in the U.S. Marijuana use? Not so much.Study: More Teens Smoking Pot Than Cigarettes | Aylin Zafar | June 11, 2012 | Released late last week, the government study revealed that in a nationwide study of 15,000 high school students, pot is now more popular among teens than cigarettes, CBS reports. Eighteen percent of surveyed students in 2011 reported smoking a cigarette in the past month, while 23% reported smoking marijuana in the last 30 days. Read more...

Self-Harm Showing Up in Elementary Schools: Study Children as young as 7 injured themselves in a variety of ways | June 11, 2012 | USNews (HealthDay News) When young people purposely hurt themselves it's disturbing at any age, but a new study suggests that kids in elementary school cut and otherwise injure themselves at about the same rate as older children. Read more...

Disney Parks and Resorts A fruit cart at Disneyland featuring produce for sale. Disney’s new commercial restrictions will bar some current advertisers.Promoting Nutrition, Disney to Restrict Junk-Food Ads | BROOKS BARNES | June 5, 2012 | NYTimes | LOS ANGELES — The Walt Disney Company, in an effort to address concerns about entertainment’s role in childhood obesity, announced on Tuesday that all products advertised on its child-focused television channels, radio stations and Web sites must comply with a strict new set of nutritional standards. Read more...

'Bath Salts': Use of Dangerous Drug Increasing Across U.S. (ABC News)'Bath Salts': Use of Dangerous Drug Increasing Across U.S | KEVIN DOLAK | Good Morning America - ABC - Yahoo | 06-05-2012 | These so-called bath salts, not to be confused with cleansing products, are an inexpensive, synthetic, super-charged form of speed. The drug consists of a potpourri of constantly changing chemicals, three of which -- mephedrone, MDPV and methylone -- were banned last year by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency. Read more...

Congress hopes to enact a ban on synthetic drugs such as this "magic plant food."Miami 'Zombie Apocalypse' Puts Bath Salts Ban in Congressional Spotlight Lawmakers say it's time to permanently ban synthetic drugs | JASON KOEBLER June 1, 2012 | U.S.News & World Report | Last week, the Senate passed a Food and Drug Administration bill that would ban many of the same chemicals. But so far, both houses haven't been able to pass an identical bill. The hang ups have been deciding exactly which chemicals to ban, and determining if there should be "mandatory minimum" sentences for synthetic drug traffickers. Read more...

“The belief among many experts was eating lots of protein could ‘rev up’ the kidneys, like an engine, and cause damage or failure over time,” - lead researcher Dr. Allon Friedman, from the Indiana University School of MedicineAre low-carb diets safe for the kidneys? | Alex Crees | June 01, 2012 | FoxNews | Low-carb, high-protein diets—such as the Atkins diet—have been popular for years, but experts have long worried that these weight loss strategies may have harmful effects on a person’s kidney function or fluid and electrolyte balance. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Low carb diet can be helpful when one eats a correct balance. Although questionable when consuming excess, carbs are most likely safer than consumption of food groups with high levels of saturated fats and cholesterol, especially fried meats. We find "Atkins diet" can lead to numerous issues that can be avoided by simply avoiding animal products.

Medical marijuana legalized in Connecticut | Mary Ellen Clark | 6/1/2012 | Reuters | Connecticut on Friday became the 17th U.S. state to legalize the medical use of marijuana. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: As we keep going there will be links to numerous pages featuring all the ways found to work in healing numerous ailments.

We are keeping a relatively open mind, looking at every alternative available to the extreme procedures using dangerous drugs, chemo / chemicals, and surgeries. Please feel free to contact us if you feel your input could help in any way. Thanks - The Editor

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