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Gulf of Mexico oil platformsGulf Oil Spill Update: Hope for the best, be prepared for the worst Sea floor could erupt at any time, causing massive loss of life and major tsunami never before witnessed in modern history.

Ancient Healing Remedies Reintroduced Learn how many Ancient Native Americans survived and we can regain our health. Read more...

Drilling for Oil Destroys Environment “Fracing”, plain and simple, is the main reason drilling is one of the worst possible things we can do to our environment. Read more.

Defending Your Health vs Defending Your Life - Siri Khalsa - How I cleared a dangerous tumor without surgery and drugs.

Swine Flu Truths & Facts Lots of new information is coming out daily about inhumane factory farm lots, where conditions are beyond squalor. Read more...

Swine Flu VirusSwine Flu and Vaccine Programs Find out the truth - hidden agendas behind this newest pandemic, and its ramifications.

Excitotoxins are a Danger to Life

Do your part to get true Health Care Reform

Wellness Mind - Body - Spirit by Elizabeth Lawton

Balance: Mind-Body-Spirit This understanding is the essential foundation to health, happiness and prosperity. By Elizabeth N. Lawton, HHC

Autism, MMR3 Mercury Contamination , and the The Lancet Retraction of Dr. Wakefield Research No Parent Ever Complained to the UK's General Medical Council / Dr. Dennis Knicely / Feb. 15, 2010 / Healing News / Looking at all the evidence it becomes more and more obvious how the medical profession and vaccine manufacturers are in a direct conspiracy to infect the public with even more vaccines! Read more...

 

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Archive Postings - August, 2010

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

Botox maker to pay $600M to resolve investigation / MATTHEW PERRONE (AP) The company said Wednesday in a statement it will plead guilty to one misdemeanor charge of "misbranding," in which the company's marketing led physicians to use Botox for unapproved uses. Those included the treatment of headache, pain, spasticity and cerebral palsy in children. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Botox is made from botulinum toxin, a food poison known to cause botulism, an often deadly disease. It can also be described as a "botanical toxin". In other words Botox can cause death, so be very careful if you think it's safe to use on wrinkles. My recommendation - Avoid poisons unless necessary for survival. There are much safer ways to approach effects of aging and dementia with favorable results.

Nic Marks: The Happy Planet Index / August 2010 / TED / Statistician Nic Marks asks why we measure a nation's success by its productivity -- instead of by the happiness and well-being of its people. Online Video Short...

Wild Eats: Black Trumpet Mushrooms / Rachel Shulman / August 31, 2010 / Black trumpets are closely related to chanterelles, but much harder to spot because they are perfectly camouflaged on the forest floor. Read more...

EGG RECALL AND VEGAN BANANA BREAD / Roberta Schiff · August 30th, 2010 / jcarrot / Here is a recipe for a vegan banana cake, it is not only delicious, but you can lick the bowl without fear of salmonella. Puts the fun back into baking with children. Read more...

Wynn Resorts Offer Vegan Delights / Deidre Woollard / Aug 30th 2010 / Luxist / The chefs at Wynn and Encore in Las Vegas have designed vegan dishes that highlight vegetables and contain no meat or dairy, instead using exotic grains and vegetables with coconut milk and vegetable purees to lend creaminess to risottos and sauces. Shown above is the tofu carpaccio at SWITCH restaurant, Encore Las Vegas. Read more...

Inspectors find unsanitary conditions at egg farms / Lyndsey Layton / Washington Post / August 30, 2010 / Federal investigators found piles of manure up to eight feet tall, live mice, pigeons and other birds inside the hen houses at two egg farms suspected of causing a nationwide outbreak of salmonella illness, officials said Monday. Read more...

Studies show that smoking small amounts of medical marijuana can help people with chronic pain who aren't getting enough relief from medication.Study: Smoking pot may ease chronic pain / Amanda Gardner, CNN Health / August 30, 2010 / "This is the first time anyone has done a trial of smoked cannabis on an outpatient basis," says the lead researcher, Mark Ware, M.B.B.S., the director of clinical research at McGill University's Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain, in Montreal. Read more...

MCT Iwao Uehara, center, and participants partake in a "Minna no Mori" (Everybody's forest) therapy activity — thin a hinoki cypress forest — on July 31 in Kosugemura, Yamanashi Prefecture.Mother Nature's healing touch Simply spending time in the wild may help physical, mental ailments / Michio Watanabe / Aug. 26, 2010 / deseretnews TOKYO — Have you ever heard of forest therapy? You may recall feeling refreshed or relaxed after walking through a forest — that is the effect of so-called forest bathing. Forest therapy involves using the revitalizing effects of time spent in nature to treat physical and psychological ailments. Read more...

Breastfeeding Reduces Diabetes, Cancer Risk / 28/08/2010 / Rachel Stockton / FoodConsumer / A new study currently published in the American Journal of Medicine has confirmed prior research regarding breastfeeding and diabetes: breastfeeding for at least one month or longer seems to reduce diabetes risk later in life. Read more...

Recession may have pushed US birth rate to new low / MARILYNN MARCHIONE 08-27-2010 (AP) The birth rate, which takes into account changes in the population, fell to 13.5 births for every 1,000 people last year. That's down from 14.3 in 2007 and way down from 30 in 1909, when it was common for people to have big families. Read more...

Black rice contains more antioxidants than blueberries, new research shows. (iStockphoto)Black Rice: Low-Cost Grain Packs Bigger Antioxidant Punch than Blueberries / Aina Hunter / August 27, 2010 / CBSNews / "Just a spoonful of black rice bran contains more health promoting anthocyanin antioxidants than are found in a spoonful of blueberries, but with less sugar and more fiber and vitamin E antioxidants," researcher Dr. Zhimin Xu, associate professor of food science at Louisiana State University Agricultural Center in Baton Rouge, said in a written statement. Read more...

Yoga exercises for cyclists / Youngbear Roth / Helium / The basic Hatha Yoga asanas (poses) that I use are preventative, curative, stretch and flexibility, strength, and some work in the area of stamina – although, most cyclists I see have excellent stamina. Read more...

Paul McCartney: 'My fans say my music heals them' / Emily Wither / CNN / August 26, 2010 / The former Beatle says people have shared stories with him of situations when his songs and music have helped them through difficult times. Read more...

Water contains no calories and drinking it makes us feel fullDrinking water before meals helps dieting, says study / 23 August 2010 / BBC / Scientists from Virginia found that slimmers can lose an average of 5lb extra if they drink two glasses of water three times a day before meals. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Drinking water before meals actually dilutes acids and enzymes in stomach, resposible for digesting and assimilating food, so this "research" seems logical. A greater amount of food consumed simply passes through system sharing little nutritional benefit.

Wal-Mart pulling recalled deli meats from store shelves / Aug. 24, 2010 / BMD / Zemco Industries in Buffalo, New York, has recalled approximately 380,000 pounds of deli meat from Wal-Mart stores nationwide; the meat may be contaminated with bacteria that can cause a potentially fatal disease, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Monday. Read more...

Partner abuse tied to spanking kids / Frederik Joelving NEW YORK | Mon Aug 23, 2010 (Reuters Health) - Violence and psychological abuse between parents often go hand in hand with corporal punishment of their kids, according to a new study. Read more...

Study: Some Bottled Tea Brands Contain Few Antioxidants / David Goodhue - AHN News Reporter Boston, MA, United States (AHN) - Tea drinkers would have to consume 20 bottles of some commercial brands to get the same disease-fighting antioxidants found in one cup of brewed tea, researchers said at a health conference in Boston this week. Read more...

Binge drinking lethal for men with hypertension / David Liu / 23/08/2010 / foodconsumer / Sull J.W. and colleagues from Eulji University College of Health Science and other academic institutions found male heavy binge drinkers with Grade 3 hypertension were 12 times as likely to die from cardiovascular events like heart attack (myocardial infarction) and stroke as those who had normal blood pressure and did not drink. Read more...

Seven Healing Gardens / August 21, 2010 / Donna Demetillo / Philippine Daily Inquirer / Further down the path is a tree stump with some words painted on it: “Heal mother earth and she will heal you. Let the flowers be. Find God in the garden. Enjoy, relax, just be.” Read more...

Ustad Usman Khan created harmony with his music. Healing music VASTHU SASTRA / T. SELVA / August 22, 2010 / TheStar / Playing the right composition in any space is vital so that the melody is in harmony with the element of ether, which has an interactive influence on our sense organ of hearing in Vasthu Sastra. Read more...

Worrying about falling over makes it more likely to happen: research Elderly people who worry about falling may actually double the chances that they will take a tumble, research has suggested. / Rebecca Smith / 20 Aug 2010 / Telegraph UK / A complex study of 500 people aged between 70 and 90 grouped them according to their measured, objective risk of falling and their fear of falling. Read more...

Pesticide, flame retardant linked to ADHD / David Liu / 22/08/2010 / foodconsumer / Exposure of women during pregnancy to organophosphate pesticides boosts risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, according to a new study in the Aug 19 2010 issue of the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. Read more...

Review Of New Countermeasures For Bioterror And Pandemic Threats - Initial $2 Billion Investment, USA / Christian Nordqvist / 21 Aug 2010 / Medical News Today / Kathleen Sebelius, US Department of Health and Human Services (HSS) Secretary, says that the USA needs to have a system that is nimble and flexible enough to rapidly produce medical countermeasures in the face of known or unexpected attacks or threats. Medical countermeasures refers to a government system to produce medicines, vaccines, medical devices and diagnostic equipment supplies required for a health emergency. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: If health and government officials are / were to use an open mind, including timeless proven holistic and natural remedies along with the vast array of chemicals / poisons in their arsenal, we would all be better off, while spending much less on established bureaucracy. Of course most of the $2 billion for this "countermeasure" would go to "more of the same" and not "changes we need".

Beer linked to psoriasis in women / Amanda Gardner / 08-22-2010 / HealthDay / The researchers found that even relatively moderate amounts of beer seemed to increase the risk of psoriasis, with 2.3 drinks a week driving up the risk almost 80%. Read more...

Raw Foodist Celebrates 109th Birthday / 17 Aug 2010 / ALEXIS VANCE / FOX 10 News MESA, Ariz. - On August 17, Bernando LaPallo turned 109 years old! This Mesa resident lives on his own, still drives and walks around just fine - it's incredible, so I asked him to share some of his secrets. Read more...

2nd Egg Recall Linked to Salmonella Under Way Producer says there have been laboratory-confirmed cases of Salmonella enteritidis / Steven Reinberg / Aug. 20, 2010 USNews (HealthDay News) Hillandale Farms of New Hampton, Iowa, said it was voluntarily recalling 170 million shell eggs produced since April that were sent to 14 states in the Midwest and West because there have been laboratory-confirmed cases of Salmonella enteritidis associated with some of the eggs. Read more...

Flood Disaster May Require Largest Aid Effort in Modern History / NATHANIAL GRONEWOLD / ClimateWire / August 20, 2010 / NYTimes / The death toll is much smaller than in past disasters: About 1,600 are believed dead so far. But experts say initial assessments show the scale of damage and human suffering left by torrential monsoon rains over the past three weeks dwarfs the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, 2005 Kashmir earthquake, 2008 Cyclone Nargis disaster in Burma, and Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti -- combined. Read more...

Green leafy vegetables cut diabetes mellitus (type 2) risk / David Liu / 20/08/2010 / FoodConsumer / A new study published in British Medical Journal has found eating high amounts of green leafy vegetables helps significantly reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus risk. Read more...

Office Memo: Bed Bugs Are Back / Caroline Howard / 08.19.10 / Forbes / Bed bugs aren't just found in beds any more, they're making their way into our offices, workplaces and other public spaces. Read more...

Study links pesticides to attention problems / Vicki Allen / WASHINGTON | Thu Aug 19, 2010 (Reuters) - Children whose mothers were exposed to certain types of pesticides while pregnant were more likely to have attention problems as they grew up, U.S. researchers reported on Thursday. Read more...

Jodi Hilton for The New York Times Mary Petersen, who has been suffering from Fibromyalgia, practicing tai chi on Nahant Beach, Mass., near her homeTai Chi Reported to Ease Fibromyalgia / PAM BELLUCK / August 18, 2010 / NYTimes / A clinical trial at Tufts Medical Center found that after 12 weeks of tai chi, patients with fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition, did significantly better in measurements of pain, fatigue, physical functioning, sleeplessness and depression than a comparable group given stretching exercises and wellness education. Read more...

Lifestyle factors linked to teens' headaches / Amy Norton NEW YORK | Wed Aug 18, 2010 (Reuters Health) - Teenagers who are overweight, get little exercise, or smoke may be more likely than their peers to have recurrent headaches, researchers reported Wednesday. Read more...

AP  – 228 million eggs recalled after outbreak228M eggs recalled following salmonella outbreak / MARY CLARE JALONICK / Associated Press / Aug 17, 2010 / The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said eggs from Wright County Egg in Galt, Iowa, were linked to several illnesses in Colorado, California and Minnesota. Read more...

1 in 5 U.S. Teens Has Developed Hearing Loss Overuse of MP3 players is the likely cause, a leading expert suggests / Steven Reinberg / HealthDay / Bloomberg / 08-17-2010 / The number of U.S. teenagers experiencing hearing loss increased about 30 percent from 1988 to 2006, so that one in five teens now has lost some hearing, researchers report. Read more...

US breast cancer drug decision 'marks start of death panels' America's health watchdog is considering revoking its approval of the drug Avastin for use on women with advanced breast cancer, leading to accusations that it will mark the start of 'death panel' drug rationing. / Nick Allen in Los Angeles and Andrew Hough /16 Aug 2010 / It costs $8,000 (£5,000) a month and is given to about 17,500 women in the US a year. The drug was initially approved after a study found that, by preventing blood flow to tumours, it extended the amount of time until the disease worsened by more than five months. However, two new studies have shown that the drug may not even extend life by an extra month. Read more...

Report: Cancer is the world's costliest disease / MARILYNN MARCHIONE (AP) 08-16-2010 / Cancer costs more in productivity and lost life than AIDS, malaria, the flu and other diseases that spread person-to-person, the report concludes. Read more...

Heart attack, stroke risks higher for combative types: study (AFP) – 4 hours ago WASHINGTON — People who tend to be confrontational, especially those who are competitive and aggressive, run a higher risk of heart attack and stroke, according to a study released Monday. Read more...

Going green tip #3 is to go vegetarian or vegan, but doing so isn’t just about greening the planet and saving animals — it improves your life as well.Going Green Tip #3: Go Vegetarian or Vegan! / August 13, 2010 / Zachary Shahan / Planetsave / ...eating meat is essentially the third largest net contributor to global warming pollution in the world (behind using motor vehicles and burning household biofuels — mostly wood and animal dung), according to NASA... Read more...

Healing in circles / Cendrine Marrouat / Examiner / While more and more survivors come forward to share their stories, it is to be hoped that more and more people will listen and start caring. Read more...

Bloomberg News FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg in MarchAmid Chinese Food Scares FDA Has Limited Scope / James T. Areddy / AUGUST 15, 2010 / Wall Street Journal / U.S. safety inspectors have never had better access to China’s food and pharmaceutical supply chain than they do now, with Food and Drug Administration officers in three cities. Read more...

Lacy Atkins / The Chronicle Mamey is a sweet, reddish tropical fruit grown mainly in Central and South America. Also known as zapote or sapote, it can be peeled and mashed to make a pulp.U.S. typhoid cases linked to tropical fruit / Victoria Colliver, SF Chronicle / August 14, 2010 / The outbreak is linked to the Goya Foods Inc. brand of mamey, a sweet, reddish tropical fruit grown mainly in Central and South America. The fruit, which is often mashed into a pulp, is also known as zapote or sapote. Read more...

Women's chronic pain tends to last longer and be more intense than men's, experts sayChronic pain can be 'paralyzing' for women / Elizabeth Landau, CNN August 13, 2010 / Around the world, chronic pain affects a larger proportion of women than men, said Jennifer Kelly of the Atlanta Center for Behavioral Medicine in Georgia. Doctors are finding that women have more recurrent pain and more disabilities from pain than men, she said. Read more...

CDC Lists Top Food Pathogens Norovirus, Salmonella Contamination Lead the Pack in Food-Related Outbreaks / JOHN GEVER, MedPage Today / Aug. 15, 2010 / ABC News / Of the 734 outbreaks with known etiologies in 2007, 320 involved bacterial pathogens, 324 were traced to viruses, 49 involved chemical contamination (mostly of microbial origin), and five were parasitic infections. Another 36 had more than one cause. Read more...

This is an all-sky view of the upper atmosphere as photographed in the red light (630.0 nm) of oxygen from the Mt. John Observatory in New Zealand.Evidence of new solar activity from observations of aurora in New Zealand August 13th, 2010 / Physorg / Scientists from Boston University's Center for Space Physics (CSP) announced that they have sub-visual evidence of the onset of a new cycle of solar-terrestrial activity. The key results being reported deal with the fact that recent auroral displays at high latitudes (ones visible to the naked eye) were accompanied by far less luminous glows in the atmosphere at lower latitudes. Read more...

Climate change has fish moving south / Meredith Griffiths / August 13, 2010 / ABC-AU / TONY EASTLEY: Scientists have shown for the first time that because of climate change fish are permanently relocating within Australian waters. Read more...

Russia's peatland fires seen burning for months / Alister Doyle, OSLO | Thu Aug 12, 2010 (Reuters) - Some of Russia's smog-causing peatland fires are likely to burn for months, part of a global problem of drained marshes that emit climate-warming greenhouse gases, experts said on Wednesday. Read more...

Swine flu advisers' ties to drug firms: Five WHO experts linked with vaccine producers / SOPHIE BORLAND / 13th August 2010 / Daily Mai UK / The revelation will prompt speculation that the 'pandemic' was wildly overestimated and largely fuelled by the drugs industry who stood to benefit from the panic. Read more...

Beaches along Lake Erie warn of algae / August 13, 2010 / WTVG-TV/DT / For the first time in decades the state has posted warnings at East Harbor State Park near Marblehead. They're testing to see if algae in the area is toxic. Read more...

I'll have a Big Mac and fries with a side of statins / August 13, 2010 / Karen Kaplan / Los Angeles Times / Although scientists have not worked out a precise formula to calculate how many minutes each Big Mac will shave off your life, there is little doubt that fast food -- with all its fat, cholesterol, salt and sugar -- is bad for one's cardiovascular health. Read more...

In La., signs of regrowth seen in oiled marshes / CAIN BURDEAU and JEFFREY COLLINS / 08-12-2010 (AP) – BARATARIA BAY, La. — Shoots of marsh grass and bushes of mangrove trees already are starting to grow back in areas where just months ago photographers shot startling images of dying pelicans coated in oil from the massive Gulf oil spill. Read more...

FDA: GSK seizure drug linked to meningitis / August 13, 2010 | John Carroll / FiercePharma / Concerned by a string of reports over the past 16 years that the anti-seizure drug Lamictal can cause aseptic meningitis in rare instances, the FDA has flagged their concerns to physicians and plans to revise the label with GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE: GSK). Read more...

Tylenol Use Linked to Asthma, Other Allergies in Teens / Jenifer Goodwin / Aug. 13, 2010 / Bloomberg (HealthDay News) -- Teens from around the world who regularly take acetaminophen, best known as Tylenol, were more than twice as likely to have asthma as teens who never take the over-the-counter pain and fever reducer, new research finds. Read more...

Secret to a Good Night's Sleep is in the "Waves" / 11/08/2010 / Described as bursts of fast brain rhythms that punctuate the otherwise slow-wave patterns characteristic of sleep, these spindle rhythms originate out of the thalamus, which is located at the top of the brainstem and is known to affect motor control, and receive and relay auditory, somatosensory and visual sensory signals. Read more...

 Can the humble pea grow anywhere?Man grows pea plant inside lung / 11 August 2010 / BBC / A Massachusetts man who was rushed to hospital with a collapsed lung came home with an unusual diagnosis: a pea plant was growing in his lung. Read more...

Cold weather link to heart attacks / 08-10-2010 / Google (UKPA) Each 1C reduction in temperature is linked to about 200 extra heart attacks across the UK, according to a study published online by the British Medical Journal (BMJ). Read more...

"The record heat waves we're seeing this summer aren't simply a random event in isolation. they are embedded in the warmest 6 month period the globe has seen in the instrumental record spanning the past 150 years, said Professor Michael Mann, a noted paleo-climatologist researcher.Record heat waves and floods could become the norm / August 9, 2010 / Examiner / Steven Andrew / Combined with glacier melting, water shortages, and rising sea levels, global warming could do more than change the environment, it could trigger global conflict. Read more...

The Science of Sleep: Noise Sensitivity / Susan Brady / 10 August 2010 / HealthNews / The study conducted centered on how sensitivity to noise during sleep is associated with a type of brain activity called sleep “spindles.” Read more...

GMO Corn and How A Little-Known Supreme Court Case Could Kill Our Grandchildren / Michael Danielson / 08-09-2010 / All247News / The upshot of this is that today, if you plant seeds that are patented, you are not legally allowed to take the seeds from your own plants and replant them. Read more...

Swine flu pandemic is over, says WHO The swine flu pandemic has been declared officially over by the World Health Organisation (WHO). / Stephen Adams / 10 Aug 2010 / Telegraph UK / Dr Margaret Chan, director general of WHO, said on Tuesday that the 2009 H1N1 virus had "largely run its course", 14 months after pandemic status was declared. Read more...

People who sleep most soundly benefit from a higher production of sleep spindles in the brain, according to a new study. (Béatrice de Géa / Los Angeles Times)The secret to a sound sleep lies inside the brain, researchers find / Karen Kaplan / August 9, 2010 / Los Angeles Times / Researchers from Harvard Medical School's Division of Sleep Medicine and colleagues theorized that people whose brains produced a higher rate of sleep spindles would be rewarded with a sounder sleep. Read more...

Wider Waist May Raise Death Risk Later in Life Study suggests it increases chances of heart trouble, cancer, respiratory disease, independent of weight / Alan Mozes / August 09, 2010 / HealthDay / To specifically explore a potential association between waist circumference and a generally higher risk for death, the team looked at data concerning about 48,500 men and 56,000 women who had participated in a large national cancer study. Read more...

Pharmacists, doctors are the new drug dealers who flood the streets with addictive pills / August 08, 2010 / David Gutierrez / Southern Ohio has emerged as a major supplier of illegal prescription drugs, with 74,000-person Scioto County making the Drug Enforcement Agency's list of the 10 top prescription drug trafficking locations in the country. Read more...

Prayer can help bring healing, say researchers / August 08, 2010 / Jonathan Benson / NaturalNews / According to Candy Gunther Brown, an associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies at IU and author of the study, "proximal intercessory prayer", as she calls it, can actually help to bring about healing. Read more...

"If empirical research continues to indicate that [proximal intercessory prayer] may be therapeutically beneficial then -- whether or not the mechanisms are adequately understood -- there are ethical and nonpartisan public policy reasons to encourage further related research," the lead author of the study, Candy Gunther Brown, said in a news release.Prayer for healing works at close range / Shari Roan / August 04, 2010 / Studies on the question have yielded no clear-cut answers, although one well-known, 2006 study of people who prayed for others from long distances concluded that prayer had no effect on healing. A new study, however, found dramatic healing effects for people who were prayed over by someone in close physical proximity and who believed that this kind of prayer could heal them. Read more...

research shows that exercise has no effect on a person's food needs, with the exception of endurance athletes who exercise for two hours a day or more.5 Fitness Myths You Need to Forget / Reader's Digest / Jul 29, 2010 / To be fit you need to stop letting myths like these hold you back. Read more...

US FDA warns pharma firm about Facebook promotion / Grant Gross / August 06, 2010 / IDG / The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned a pharmaceutical company that its use of the Facebook Share button to promote a cancer-fighting medication violates FDA requirements for disclosing information about drugs. Read more...

No Wait Needed After Miscarriage / CRYSTAL PHEND / MedPage Today / Aug. 7, 2010 / In a population-based study, women who conceived within six months of their initial miscarriage were 34 percent less likely to miscarry a second time compared with those who got pregnant again six to 12 months afterwards. Read more...

One Million Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled Due to Escherichia Coli / David Liu / 07/08/2010 / foodconsumer / The ground beef patties and bulk ground beef products subject to the recall were distributed to retail outlets and institutional food services providers in California, Texas, Oregon, Arizona and other countries. Read more...

Sorry, Kid: No License, No Lemonade / JOHN SCHWARTZ / August 6, 2010 / NYTimes / Julie Murphy, a 7-year-old Oregonian, set up a lemonade stand on July 29 at an art fair in northeast Portland. County health inspectors shut her down, however, telling Julie and her mother, Maria Fife, that they needed a temporary restaurant license, which costs $120. Read more...

The Healing View in the Distance Gazing into the Distance Healing to the Soul / Vikki Stark / August 6, 2010 / Psychology Today / Have you ever thought how therapeutic it is to cast your eyes in the distance and to look far far away? Read more...

On Saturday, the Wainwright House will hold its annual Healing Arts on the Harbor event, which will feature various faith healers from across the area.Healing on the Shores of the Long Island Sound / Michael Iachetta / 08-06-2010 / Rye Patch / "Healing Arts Day is an outreach attempt so that people in the community can experience and learn about the different forms of healing alternatives as well as showcase the variety of programs offered at Wainwright House when it comes to healing and spirituality," according to Diane Negvesky, Wainwright House director of programs. Read more...

The Natural Way / August 5, 2010 / Jim Fain / Lovely County Citizen / This is the body's natural method of cooling itself down during active periods (such as exercise), exposure to warm conditions or worrying too much. Read more...

Prayer really is capable of healing the sick (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images)  Prayer really is capable of healing the sick / ANI / Aug 5, 2010 / TimesofIndia / A US team from Indiana University, led by religious studies professor Candy Gunther Brown, examined the effects of prayer in Mozambique and Brazil where spiritual healing for the blind and deaf is common. Read more...

The Importance of Intentions in Healing / JOHN MASON (PRWEB) August 5, 2010 / The main purpose of these projects was to measure the effect of the group’s intention on one individual’s brain waves. Scientific research continues to show that your intentions can influence your health and the health of those around you. Read more...

Trying to Outlaw Dietary Supplements / Tyler Woods Ph.D. / 2010-08-05 / eMaxhealth / In top news this past week there have been questions about the safety of dietary supplements. Yet, according to a published report by the American Association of Poison Control Centers, no one died in the year 2008 as a result of taking a supplement. Read more...

The link between nutrition and dementia / Caroline St Clare / 08-04-2010 / Helium / Of these, it is vascular dementia which may be prevented through good nutrition because it is caused by blockages to blood vessels connected to the brain. Read more...

Holistic tip: Size, not weight, is the true measure of your success / 08/04/10 / recordonline / It is more important to do the right thing nutritionally, consistently, and to go by how your clothes fit, especially around the waist. Read more...

Holistic tip: Getting healthy means getting back to basics with 'real' food / 08/04/10 / recordonline / No pill, no formula, no product is going to do it for you. The foundation of a healthy, lean body is a healthy, lean diet composed primarily of real foods like protein, vegetables and fruits. Read more...

Medicinal Herbs for Flavoring Food and Salt AlternativeHealing Herbs and Spices: From Thyme to Tumeric / August 03, 2010 / Jennifer Lanier / Associated Content / Medicinal Herbs for Flavoring Food and Salt Alternative Read more...

UCLA Researchers Found That Fructose Makes Cancer Cells Grow / 08-04-2010 / First Coast News / "The bottom line is the modern diet contains a lot of refined sugar including fructose and it's a hidden danger implicated in a lot of modern diseases, such as obesity, diabetes and fatty liver," said Dr. Anthony Heaney, an associate professor of medicine and neurosurgery. Read more...

Pathologic Internet Use by Teens Linked to Increased Depression Risk / Pam Harrison / August 3, 2010 / Medscape — Young people who are initially free of mental health problems but who use the Internet pathologically are at risk for depression as a consequence of their addictive Internet use, new research suggests. Read more...

Healing Linked To How People Cope And Their Psychological State Of Mind / 03 Aug 2010 / medicalnewstoday / People suffering from diabetes-related foot ulcers show different rates of healing according to the way they cope and their psychological state of mind, according to new research by a health psychologist at The University of Nottingham. Read more...

High cholesterol dangerous in young adults, too / Ashburn WASHINGTON | Tue Aug 3, 2010 (Reuters) - Adults as young as 20 need pay attention to their cholesterol because unhealthy levels may already be damaging their arteries, researchers reported on Tuesday. Read more...

A woman in exercising clothing is seen in New York in this December 18, 2009 file photo. Credit: Reuters/Finbarr O'ReillyMore than 70 million U.S. adults obese, agency says / Maggie Fox WASHINGTON | Aug 3, 2010 (Reuters) - More than 72 million U.S. adults, or 26.7 percent, are obese, up 1 percent in two years, the U.S. government reported on Tuesday. Read more...

More Couples Sleeping Apart: Is This Healthy? / Jenny Everett / 07-28-2010 / SELF / Yahoo / A recent article in The New York Times points out the trend of more and more couples sleeping in separate rooms. Nearly one in four American couples does so and, according the National Association of Home Builders, it's expected that 60 percent of custom homes will have dual master bedrooms by 2015. Read more...

FDA Warns Consumers about Miracle Mineral Solution / Aug 2010 / Gossip Jackal / Consumers who have used the product have reported nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and severe low-blood pressure, which resulted in dehydration. The product itself is 28 percent sodium chlorite. Read more...

Chemicals in meat may be linked to bladder cancer / 8/2/2010 / NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The same chemicals that paint your hot dogs pink and keep botulism out of your bologna could also raise your risk of bladder cancer, suggests a new study. Read more...

Not getting enough sleep? Getting too much? You may be increasing your chances of cardiovascular disease, according to a study published in the August 1 edition of the scientific journal SLEEP.Seven Hours Of Sleep Best For Heart Health / 2 August 2010 / redOrbit / In the study, Doctors Charumathi Sabanayagam and Anoop Shankar of the West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine determined that seven hours of sleep is the optimal amount for heart health, according to a statement released on Sunday by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), publishers of SLEEP. Read more...

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