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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...


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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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If you’re like me, pumpkin is one of your favorite fall foods. The last time you steamed up some squash or pumpkin, did you have the seeds though?8 veggies, nuts, and grains with more protein than a burger | Yahoo!Green | Oct 25, 201 | One ounce of pumpkin seeds contains 9.35 grams* of protein! That’s over two grams more protein then the same quantity of ground beef. Their high protein content and level of nutrients makes them a wonderful addition to any salad or snack. Read more...

Yoga eases chronic back pain, study shows | Sarah C.P. Williams | 10/31/2011 | MSNBC | Pass it on: Regular participation in therapeutic yoga classes can ease mild to moderate chronic back pain. Read more...

Seven Billion Reasons to Talk About Our Future: The Ticker | David Henry | Oct 31, 2011 | Bloomberg | Are we seeing the death of economic rationalism in favor of a new environmental consciousness? Unlikely: As advanced economies skirt recession, they will be more focused than ever on increasing gross domestic product -- underpinned by a growing population. Will renewable sources of energy render the doomsayers irrelevant? Probably not: It will be decades before solar, geothermal and wind energy replace fossil fuels, so the debate on whether fewer people would solve the environmental crisis is only likely to intensify. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Should we prepare for the end of the World Dec. 21, 2012? It is good to be prepared for anything. Yet in reality, it will most likely not be the end of the World. We must face it: There are too many humans now, and we have literally created a continuous "spider like" web around our "Earth Mother". By literal definition this could strangle Her to death unless things change.

Remember: The Earth is presently a "living planet" that allows us humans to survive on Her belly. Life is a special privilege, and we need to learn better how to respect that. With 7 billion humans now on this planet, putting human life ahead of all other species might be a "Biblical ideal", yet those were documents from thousands of years ago, written when over population was a non-issue. Yet adequately feeding humans has always been an issue.

You can quote me on this:
"Be an Earth Steward, not a human slave."
- Dennis Knicely
The Earth

Feeding 7 billion and more | 31 October 2011 | TehranTimes | It is true that the green revolution has helped us to produce crops to feed such a large population and we should be thankful for this, but the use of fertilizers and pesticides, which have helped to produce more food, have also had a serious effect on the health of human beings and the environment. Read more...

Occupied? How this movement can create needed changes | Dennis Knicely | 10-30-2011 | Healing News Network | Sometimes it helps to witness something first hand, just to get a better perspective. This is especially true right now, with this huge occupation movement without a confirmed leader or designated spokesperson. So I took time yesterday afternoon, to simply go check out LA's occupation at City Hall downtown. Read more...

iStockphoto Unused and expired prescription medications will be collected for disposal this Saturday for DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.DEA holds third National Prescription Drug Take Back | Fareeha Molvi | 10-28-2011 | KPCC | Collection sites will be hosted at law enforcement agencies and community centers across the nation between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. This Saturday’s take-back will be the third the DEA has hosted in the past couple years. Collections held in April of this year and September of last year yielded 309 tons of prescription drugs. Read more...

Medical marijuana advocates sue prosecutors over crackdown | John Hoeffel | October 27, 2011 | LATimes | Americans for Safe Access, an advocacy group based in Oakland, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in San Francisco that accuses the Obama administration of violating the Constitution’s 10th Amendment by using coercive tactics to interfere with powers that are delegated to the states. Read more...

Gary Null PhD and Nancy Ashley VMD, MS - Arm Yourself Against the Flu – Don’t Get the Flu Shot! | OCTOBER 24, 2011 | It is fall and another flu season is upon us. The CDC’s big marketing claim about the flu vaccine emphasizes repeatedly that “36,000 Americans die of flu each year.” But is this true? A 2005 study from the British Medical Journal debunks this figure by revealing two things: first, the number is not based in counting actual deaths. It comes from a statistical model which only estimates mortality but doesn’t actually track it. Second, if anyone questions this large mortality, the CDC inflates the numbers by combining deaths from flu and pneumonia as though they were all flu deaths. Actually, the annual deaths from pneumonia unrelated to flu are far greater than those from flu.1 Read more...

Living in a poor neighbourhood damages your health: Fall in diabetes and obesity for families who moved upmarket | ROB COOPER | 21st October 2011 | It provides confirmation that a person's living environment rather than genes determines their future health. Read more...

Doctors at Harvard University and the University of Murcia, Spain, have found that junk food can make young men infertile, even if they’re physical fit and in good health, British newspaper The Sun reports.Study finds junk food makes healthy men infertile | WENCY LEUNG | Globe and Mail | October 19, 2011 | Fellas, if you’re concerned about your fertility, you may want to put down that greasy plate of French fries and reach for a veggie platter instead. Read more...

Ed Andrieski / AP Eric Jensen, owner of Jensen Farms near Holly, Colo., walks a field of rotting cantaloupes last month. Dirty equipment and problems with processing and storage at the farm's packing plant have been blamed for the deadliest outbreak of listeria in the U.S. in more than 25 years.Dirty equipment blamed for deadly outbreak in cantaloupe | JoNel Aleccia | 10-9-2011 | msnbc | Potentially contaminated processing equipment and problems with packing and storage of whole cantaloupes at a Colorado farm likely led to the deadliest listeria outbreak in the United States in 25 years, which has so far claimed 25 lives in a dozen states, federal health regulators said Wednesday. Read more...

Katia of Iceland from 1918Large and Dangerous Volcano Awakes in Iceland | Michelle Blowers | October 15, 2011 | Technorati | Katla has historically erupted approximately every 50 years, but it has been nearly a century since the last eruption in 1918. At that time, the eruption lasted over a month, blocked out the sun, killed off crops and livestock and sent a huge torrent of water over nearby farms. Read more...

Materialism Kills Marriages | The State Column | October 15, 2011 | Researchers do recognize that personality traits do influence the degree of materialism. Thus it may be the personality traits that are most damaging to the relationship and not materialism alone. Read more...

The Four Secrets Of Optimism | ThirdAge | Fri Oct 7, 2011 | Yahoo | How can we work on building a healthy and optimistic way of living when we’re overcome with pain, anxiety, and fear? But no matter how hard things become, there are ways to approach your situation that can make it less burdensome. Read more...

Ted Turner to be Honored for Protecting Prairie Dogs Named “Prairie Dog Protector of the Year” by The Humane Society of the United States’ Prairie Dog CoalitionTed Turner to be Honored for Protecting Prairie Dogs Named “Prairie Dog Protector of the Year” by The Humane Society of the United States’ Prairie Dog Coalition | Andrew Sovonick | October 14, 2011 | The Humane Society of the United States - Healing News | Turner’s work to bring back native wildlife populations is without parallel. His ranches contain more than 11,000 restored acres that are home to more than 150,000 prairie dogs. He chairs numerous foundations and businesses, including the Turner Foundation, which supports efforts for improving air and water quality, developing a sustainable energy future to protect earth’s climate, safeguarding environmental health, developing practices and policies to curb population growth rates and maintaining wildlife habitat protection. Read more...

Ginger might ease inflammation linked to colon cancer | Randy Dotinga, HealthDay - USAToday } A small, preliminary study finds that ginger root supplements seem to reduce inflammation in the intestines -- a potential sign that the pills might reduce the risk of colon cancer. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Of course "they" recommend pills used in this ginger study. We know well how natural foods often work much better than the processed ginger in caps. Simply add ginger root to your diet, mixing it with foods for better flavor. It will work just as well or better than refined supplements. Tell that to scientists, making good money from needless tests like this, when we already know. Herbal remedies should be part of every "medicine cabinet", yet main stream conventional medical procedure would lose money if people really understood why we have been deceived into buying more drugs and refined chemicals.

A Los Angeles-based company is recalling nearly 400,000 pounds of ground beef because of fears that it may be contaminated with E. coli.L.A. firm recalls 377,775 pounds of ground beef in E. coli scare | October 12, 2011 | E. coli is potentially deadly for young children, seniors and those with weak immune systems. | Read more...

Eating fruits, vegetables may cut risk for heart disease gene | HealthDay - USA Today | 10-12-2011 | "We observed that the effect of a high-risk genotype can be mitigated by consuming a diet high in fruits and vegetables," joint principal investigator Sonia Anand, a researcher at the Population Health Research Institute and a professor of medicine and epidemiology at McMaster's School of Medicine, said in a McMaster University news release. "Our results support the public health recommendation to consume more than five servings of fruits or vegetables as a way to promote good health." Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Last article shows scientific verifiability for what we have known for ages. I also recomment steaming or eating fruits / veggies raw, as frying or dowsing them with greasy butter or trans fat from margarine or fried oils from over heating can also cause heart issues.

Baby Altruism And Fairness | Gunnar De Winter | October 10th 2011 | Science 2.0 Taken together, the present findings strike a new path in social-moral development, because they suggest that in addition to instrumental helping, and empathetic concern to others' distress, constituents of fairness understanding and altruistic behavior emerge during the second year of life. Read more...

Tanning beds may be even riskier than thought | Denise Mann, HealthDay | 10-07-2011 | USA Today | New research published online Oct. 6 in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology suggests that the main type of ultraviolet rays used in tanning beds -- UVA1 -- may penetrate to a deep layer of skin that is most vulnerable to the cancer-causing changes caused by UV rays. Read more...

Surgery is common in older people during the last year, month and even week of life, researchers reported Wednesday, a discovery that is likely to stimulate the debate regarding whether patients are being over treated.Surgery Rate Increases at End of Life | Kaitlin Vogel | October 8, 2011 | ThirdAge | Surgery is common in older people during the last year, month and even week of life, researchers reported Wednesday, a discovery that is likely to stimulate the debate regarding whether patients are being over treated. Read more...

Beware text neck from too much gadget use Hunching over devices to watch videos, text, type causing 'global epidemic' of neck, shoulder strain, some say | Kimberly Hayes Taylor msnbc | 10/7/2011 | What’s more, all that curving of the body to text, type, watch videos and play games could cause debilitating pain that lasts a lifetime, they warn. Read more...

Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP FILE - In this Jan. 6, 2004 file photo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs displays the iPod mini at the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco. Jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO who invented and masterfully marketed ever-sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, from the personal computer to the iPod and iPhone, died Wednesday. He was 56. Pancreatic cancer 4th most deadly, treatments few | MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP October 7, 2011 | SFGate | Part of what makes pancreatic cancer so deadly is that the pancreas is as vital as the heart. You can live with just part of a liver or a colon, or only one kidney or lung. But the pancreas is a fish-shaped organ that makes digestive enzymes and insulin and other hormones that enable the body to make energy from food. Read more...

Michael Jackson Doctor Claimed He 'Took All Precautions' Recording of Conrad Murray's interview with police two days after Jackson's death was played in court | October 7, 2100 | Gil Kaufman | MTV Murray has pleaded not guilty to the charge of involuntary manslaughter. He faces four years in prison and the loss of his medical license. Read more...

The red peril: the French have taken against tomato ketchup for cultural reasons Photo: CHRISTOPHER JONESThe French have some sauce to ban tomato ketchup Pupils in France's primary schools are to be denied the American combination of tomatoes, vinegar, salt, spice and sugar. | Jim White | Oct 2011 | The very embrace of ketchup is seemingly a surrender to the onrushing imperialism of the Anglo-Saxon world. Christophe Hebert, chairman of the National Association of Directors of Collective Restaurants, and the man behind the ban, is incandescent about the stuff, seeing in it Americanism incarnate, as if it were manufactured from crushed Justin Timberlake with a sprinkling of caramelised Snoop Dogg. Read more...

Women Using Contraceptives at Increased Risk for HIV Infection | OCT 7 2011 | The Atlantic | A study of nearly 4,000 couples in sub-Saharan Africa found rates of HIV transmission doubled for women who were using birth control Read more...

Crab Nebula’s Pulsar Shoots Intense Gamma Rays: Scientists | IB Times | October 7, 2011 | It is most typical for pulsars to be ejected from the stellar wreckage during a supernova. But in the case of the Crab system, the pulsar remained at its center, producing radiation that covers the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Previous article about gamma rays from Crab Nebula simply shares one of many ways other planets, stars, solar systems, galaxies, etc. affect us. Looking at our bodies from a standpoint of macrocosm / microcosm relationships, we get a better understanding of who we are, where we are, and how all actions are related eternally.

FDA to Study Effect of Tobacco Rules on Smokers | October 07, 2011 | Reuters - FoxNews | The joint effort by the Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health is the first such study since Congress asked the FDA to regulate tobacco products in 2009. Read more...

Above: Ottawa chef Caroline Ishii prepared a phyllo roulade with tempe, mushrooms and grain as vegan main course for Thanksgiving. Photograph by: Bruno Schlumberger, Postmedia News, Postmedia News When turkey or ham won't do Here's a Thanksgiving feast that vegans and raw foodists can enjoy | Ron Eade | October 7, 2011 | Victoria Times Colonist | Heaven help the vegetarian who is all but forgotten in a carnivorous orgy of excessive consumption. Read more...

TV ads have bigger impact on kids’ food choices than parents (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images)TV ads impact kids' food choices | ANI | Oct 7, 2011 | Times of India | "Parental encouragement to eat healthy was somewhat able to help undo the message of commercials, although the effects of parents were smaller than we had anticipated," Dr. Ferguson said. Read more...

Vigorous exercise boosts vitamin D while lowering heart risk | Nanci Hellmich, USA TODAY | 10-05-2011 | Among the reasons: They have higher levels of good cholesterol and vitamin D as well as better levels of other factors involved in heart disease. Read more...

Depressed people may process feelings of hate differently | Rachael Rettner | 10/4/201 | MSNBC | These differing activity levels, which the researchers referred to as an "uncoupling" of the circuit, may explain why depressed people experience self-loathing, they said. Depressed people may not be able to deal appropriately with feelings of hate, and as a consequence, develop self-hatred and withdraw from social situations, the researchers said. Read more...

Sheryl Rhodes, 48, meets Dr. Tirun A. Gopal, a Obstetrics & Gynecology… (MONICA CABRERA, THE MORNING CALL)Healing mind, body and spirit Complementary treatments offer breast cancer patients a more complete way to recover | October 01, 2011 | Milton D. Carrero, The Morning Call | ...patients are thirsty for alternative approaches and want to be active participants in their healing. Americans, he believes, are disillusioned with the traditional approach of relying solely on surgery, radiation and chemotherapy treatments. There is a greater component to healing, he says, which includes nourishing the body, mind and spirit. Read more...

Healing begins with understanding | Betty Bates | October 02, 2011 | bclocalnews | It’s not that difficult, it starts with a conversation and acceptance, moves to understanding and empathy, and then to healing and empowerment. Read more...

Eggs May Increase Risk Of Lethal Prostate Cancer In Healthy Men | Catharine Paddock, Medical News Today | 02 Oct 2011 | First author Erin L. Richman from the department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and colleagues, write that we already know red and processed meat may increase risk of advanced prostate cancer, and although post-diagnostic data on diet and prostate cancer is "sparse", there have been suggestions that eating poultry with skin and eggs may hasten the progress of the disease. Read more...

'Magic mushrooms' may raise 'openness' | Oct. 1, 2011 | (UPI) The researchers' study, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, found a single high dose of the hallucinogen psilocybin found in magic mushrooms, lasted at least a year in nearly 60 percent of the 51 participants. Read more...

Vegetarian Celebrities Highlighted On World Vegetarian Day (PHOTOS) | Huffington Post Bonnie Christian |10/1/2011 | Whether you're a hardcore vegan or a "weekday vegetarian," it's time to celebrate all things animal product-free during Vegetarian Awareness Month, which kicks off with World Vegetarian Day on October 1. 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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