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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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NYC Mayor Bloomberg Seeks Ban On Super-Size Soft Drinks | Henry Goldman and Duane D. Stanford - May 31, 2012 | Bloomberg | The move to ban super-sized sugared soft drinks, first reported in the New York Times yesterday, is the latest of several anti-obesity and nutrition initiatives undertaken by the administration. It is among strategies to combat what the administration has described as an epidemic of obesity and related illnesses such as heart disease and diabetes. Read more...

Suggestion: Don't swim near anyone looking this relieved. (ThinkStock)Swimming Pools Are Public Toilet Bowls for Many: Survey | Piper Weiss | Healthy Living - Yahoo | If you're taking a refreshing dip in a pool with four other people, odds are one of you is urinating. This is not gross-out myth, but cold, depressing fact from a recent survey conducted by the Water Quality & Health Council, a scientific research group sponsored by the American Chemistry Council. Read more...

A new study finds that the single biggest influence on kids' physical activity levels is the exercise habits of their closest friends.The Upside of Peer Pressure: Social Networks Help Kids Exercise More A new study finds that the single biggest influence on kids' physical activity levels is the exercise habits of their closest friends. | ALICE PARK | May 28, 2012 |Time | Peer pressure can be a powerful force, and sometimes a positive one. For example, hanging out with active peers may lead kids to exercise more, making a child’s social network a potential vehicle for promoting healthy habits and reducing obesity. Read more...

Radioactive cesium from Fukushima found in tuna caught off US | PTI | May 29, 2012 | Times of India | TOKYO: Trace amounts of radioactive cesium released from Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have been found in bluefin tuna caught off the western coast of the United States, according to a study. Read more...

Kicking 2 unhealthy habits may bring big results, study saysKicking 2 unhealthy habits may bring big results, study says | May 30, 2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily / FoxNews | Researchers concluded that focusing on cutting sedentary time and adding more fruits and veggies ended up also limiting fatty food intake, which often occurs during the hours spent in front of the television. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Many articles deal with funded research when common sense could have saved the money and time. Yet many do lots of things to make income. Simply eating correctly is the answer, when simply changing one's habits is often the answer.

Taki Telonidis for NPR Veterans make preparations for a sweat lodge ceremony at Salt Lake City's Veterans Affairs center.In Sweat Lodge, Vets Find Healing 'Down To The Core' | TAKI TELONIDIS | May 29, 2012 | NPR | While doctors and researchers put enormous efforts into developing new treatments, one group of veterans in Salt Lake City is finding relief in a very old tradition: a Native American sweat lodge. Read more...

Healing in centering prayer Photo credit:  http://witshadows.wordpress.com/category/prayer/centering-prayer/ Healing in centering prayer, part 1 | Susan Bryan | May 21, 2012 | Who believes in the connection between prayer and physical healing? It is more commonplace to associate prayer with spiritual or emotional healing and to associate medicine and medical doctors with physical healing. Read more...

Fight Over Definition of Sugar Takes Another Bitter Turn Makers of sugar and high fructose corn syrup in a heated debate. | CANDICE CHOI, AP | May 25, 2012 | The latest twist in the spat came after a recent medical study prompted headlines such as "Sugar can make you dumb." The Sugar Association issued a release this week noting the substance used in the study was actually fructose, not its sugar. The group blamed a "multimillion-dollar advertising campaign" by the Corn Refiners Association for generating the confusion. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Whether or not people agree, sugar fuels our lives and economy. Many feel complacent without it. Refined or natural, sugar definitely activates most human systems, essential to our nutritional balance. Yet type of sugar source is questioned here, basically two highly refined "chemicals" that many are addicted to.

Report: More support needed for kinship caregivers | DAVID CRARY | May 22, 201 | AP | As more of America's children are raised by relatives other than their parents, state and local governments need to do better in helping these families cope with an array of financial and emotional challenges, a new report concludes. Read more...

FDA Bill: Changes to FDA Drug and Device Oversight | WASHINGTON May 25, 2012 (AP) The Senate passed a mammoth bill Thursday that would reshape how the Food and Drug Administration assures the safety of the drug supply, particularly medicines imported from overseas. Read more...

More kids eating detergent packsMore kids eating detergent packs | 5/25/2012 | MSNBC | (Detroit, MI) Miniature laundry detergent packets arrived on store shelves in recent months as an alternative to bulky bottles and messy spills. But doctors across the country say children are confusing the tiny, brightly colored packets with candy and swallowing them. Read more...

Even with the best research money could buy, a judge ruled this week that POM had deceptively promoted its products unproven health benefits.  The FTC: Actually, Pomegranates May Not Treat Heart Disease, Cancer, and Erectile Dysfunction | MARION NESTLE | MAY 24 2012 | TheAtlantic | Even with the best research money could buy, a judge ruled this week that POM had deceptively promoted its products unproven health benefits. Read more...

Calcium Supplements Linked to Heart Attack Risk | KATIE MOISSE | May 24, 2012 | ABCNews | "Calcium supplements have been widely embraced by doctors and the public on the grounds that they are a natural and therefore safe way of preventing osteoporotic fractures," Ian Reid and Mark Bolland of the University of Auckland in New Zealand wrote in an editorial accompanying the study. "It is now becoming clear that taking this micronutrient in one or two daily [doses] is not natural, in that it does not reproduce the same metabolic effects as calcium in food." Read more...

Fukushima radiation higher than first estimated | Kevin Krolicki TOKYO | May 24, 2012 | ChicagoTribune (Reuters) - The radiation released in the first days of the Fukushima nuclear disaster was almost 2-1/2 times the amount first estimated by Japanese safety regulators, the operator of the crippled plant said in a report released on Thursday. Read more...

This plate shows portion sizes of 100 calories worth of strawberries, broccoli, potato chips, bread and M&Ms. Is it really more expensive to eat healthy? An Agriculture Department study released Wednesday found that most fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods cost less than foods high in fat, sugar and salt. That counters a common perception among some consumers that it's cheaper to eat junk food than a nutritionally balanced meal. / Associated Press / Agriculture DepartmentHealthy eating can cost less, study finds | Sam Hananel, Associated Press | May. 17, 2012 | MSNBC | That means bananas, carrots, lettuce and pinto beans are all less expensive per portion than French fries, soft drinks, ice cream or ground beef. Read more...

There is a healing energy that flows through every one of us.. | May 21, 2012 | PRLog | Most medical doctors give drugs for a series of symptoms that correlate to a specific disease. Have you ever read the side effects from these drugs? If not, I suggest you do!! Read more...

Men Should Skip Common Prostate Test, Panel Says | JENNIFER CORBETT DOOREN | May 21, 2012 | Wall Street Journal | A "D" rating means "there is moderate or high certainty that the service has no net benefit or that the harms outweigh the benefits," the group's website says. It also is a recommendation "against the service." Read more...

You are what you eat: Why do male consumers avoid vegetarian options? | May 16, 2012 | University of Chicago / Medical Xpress | Why are men generally more reluctant to try vegetarian products? According to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research, consumers are influenced by a strong association of meat with masculinity. Read more...

Junk Food Not Cheaper than Healthy Food | Emily P. Walker | MedPage Today | May 18, 2012 | One reason that many people assume junk food is more affordable is because many studies that compare the cost of unhealthy foods with healthy ones use cost-per-calorie as a measurement. Read more...

Study Links Popular Antibiotic With Heart Death A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine linked the antibiotic azithromycin with rare cases of heart death. | Lily Wu | May 18, 2012 | kake | "Many medications have side effects and there's quite a long list that goes with each one," said Dr. Michael Palomino, Wesley Care physician. "But to have someone go back and do this extensive study, linking a medication that we use all the time, brings up a large concern." Read more...

Ancient Medicine Spring Water a Modern Holistic Remedy for Autistic Children | LITHIA SPRINGS, GA, May 12, 2012 | 24-7pressrelease | Dr. Amy Yasko noted microbiologist specializing in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) presented at a recent conference, a breakthrough hypothesis on autism and the lithium connection. She believes that recovering any child from autism is a process that requires lithium supplementation. Lithia spring water meets her criteria as an autistic supplement because of its holistic formula of lithium, ionic minerals and trace elements. Read more...

Author and legendary conservationist Lawrence Anthony died March 2. His family tells of a solemn procession of Elephants that defies human explanation.Wild Elephants gather inexplicably, mourn death of “Elephant Whisperer” | Michelle | May 9, 2012 | Delight Makers | For two days the herds loitered at Anthony’s rural compound on the vast Thula Thula game reserve in the South African KwaZulu – to say good-bye to the man they loved. But how did they know he had died? Known for his unique ability to calm traumatized elephants, Anthony had become a legend. He is the author of three books, Babylon Ark, detailing his efforts to rescue the animals at Baghdad Zoo during the Iraqi war, the forthcoming The Last Rhinos, and his bestselling The Elephant Whisperer. Read more...

A new study finds that the single biggest influence on kids' physical activity levels is the exercise habits of their closest friends.The Upside of Peer Pressure: Social Networks Help Kids Exercise More A new study finds that the single biggest influence on kids' physical activity levels is the exercise habits of their closest friends. | ALICE PARK | May 28, 2012 |Time | Peer pressure can be a powerful force, and sometimes a positive one. For example, hanging out with active peers may lead kids to exercise more, making a child’s social network a potential vehicle for promoting healthy habits and reducing obesity. Read more...

Radioactive cesium from Fukushima found in tuna caught off US | PTI | May 29, 2012 | Times of India | TOKYO: Trace amounts of radioactive cesium released from Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have been found in bluefin tuna caught off the western coast of the United States, according to a study. Read more...

Kicking 2 unhealthy habits may bring big results, study saysKicking 2 unhealthy habits may bring big results, study says | May 30, 2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily / FoxNews | Researchers concluded that focusing on cutting sedentary time and adding more fruits and veggies ended up also limiting fatty food intake, which often occurs during the hours spent in front of the television. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Many articles deal with funded research when common sense could have saved the money and time. Yet many do lots of things to make income. Simply eating correctly is the answer, when simply changing one's habits is often the answer.

Taki Telonidis for NPR Veterans make preparations for a sweat lodge ceremony at Salt Lake City's Veterans Affairs center.In Sweat Lodge, Vets Find Healing 'Down To The Core' | TAKI TELONIDIS | May 29, 2012 | NPR | While doctors and researchers put enormous efforts into developing new treatments, one group of veterans in Salt Lake City is finding relief in a very old tradition: a Native American sweat lodge. Read more...

Healing in centering prayer Photo credit:  http://witshadows.wordpress.com/category/prayer/centering-prayer/ Healing in centering prayer, part 1 | Susan Bryan | May 21, 2012 | Who believes in the connection between prayer and physical healing? It is more commonplace to associate prayer with spiritual or emotional healing and to associate medicine and medical doctors with physical healing. Read more...

Fight Over Definition of Sugar Takes Another Bitter Turn Makers of sugar and high fructose corn syrup in a heated debate. | CANDICE CHOI, AP | May 25, 2012 | The latest twist in the spat came after a recent medical study prompted headlines such as "Sugar can make you dumb." The Sugar Association issued a release this week noting the substance used in the study was actually fructose, not its sugar. The group blamed a "multimillion-dollar advertising campaign" by the Corn Refiners Association for generating the confusion. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Whether or not people agree, sugar fuels our lives and economy. Many feel complacent without it. Refined or natural, sugar definitely activates most human systems, essential to our nutritional balance. Yet type of sugar source is questioned here, basically two highly refined "chemicals" that many are addicted to.

Report: More support needed for kinship caregivers | DAVID CRARY | May 22, 201 | AP | As more of America's children are raised by relatives other than their parents, state and local governments need to do better in helping these families cope with an array of financial and emotional challenges, a new report concludes. Read more...

FDA Bill: Changes to FDA Drug and Device Oversight | WASHINGTON May 25, 2012 (AP) The Senate passed a mammoth bill Thursday that would reshape how the Food and Drug Administration assures the safety of the drug supply, particularly medicines imported from overseas. Read more...

More kids eating detergent packsMore kids eating detergent packs | 5/25/2012 | MSNBC | (Detroit, MI) Miniature laundry detergent packets arrived on store shelves in recent months as an alternative to bulky bottles and messy spills. But doctors across the country say children are confusing the tiny, brightly colored packets with candy and swallowing them. Read more...

Even with the best research money could buy, a judge ruled this week that POM had deceptively promoted its products unproven health benefits.  The FTC: Actually, Pomegranates May Not Treat Heart Disease, Cancer, and Erectile Dysfunction | MARION NESTLE | MAY 24 2012 | TheAtlantic | Even with the best research money could buy, a judge ruled this week that POM had deceptively promoted its products unproven health benefits. Read more...

Calcium Supplements Linked to Heart Attack Risk | KATIE MOISSE | May 24, 2012 | ABCNews | "Calcium supplements have been widely embraced by doctors and the public on the grounds that they are a natural and therefore safe way of preventing osteoporotic fractures," Ian Reid and Mark Bolland of the University of Auckland in New Zealand wrote in an editorial accompanying the study. "It is now becoming clear that taking this micronutrient in one or two daily [doses] is not natural, in that it does not reproduce the same metabolic effects as calcium in food." Read more...

Fukushima radiation higher than first estimated | Kevin Krolicki TOKYO | May 24, 2012 | ChicagoTribune (Reuters) - The radiation released in the first days of the Fukushima nuclear disaster was almost 2-1/2 times the amount first estimated by Japanese safety regulators, the operator of the crippled plant said in a report released on Thursday. Read more...

This plate shows portion sizes of 100 calories worth of strawberries, broccoli, potato chips, bread and M&Ms. Is it really more expensive to eat healthy? An Agriculture Department study released Wednesday found that most fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods cost less than foods high in fat, sugar and salt. That counters a common perception among some consumers that it's cheaper to eat junk food than a nutritionally balanced meal. / Associated Press / Agriculture DepartmentHealthy eating can cost less, study finds | Sam Hananel, Associated Press | May. 17, 2012 | MSNBC | That means bananas, carrots, lettuce and pinto beans are all less expensive per portion than French fries, soft drinks, ice cream or ground beef. Read more...

There is a healing energy that flows through every one of us.. | May 21, 2012 | PRLog | Most medical doctors give drugs for a series of symptoms that correlate to a specific disease. Have you ever read the side effects from these drugs? If not, I suggest you do!! Read more...

Men Should Skip Common Prostate Test, Panel Says | JENNIFER CORBETT DOOREN | May 21, 2012 | Wall Street Journal | A "D" rating means "there is moderate or high certainty that the service has no net benefit or that the harms outweigh the benefits," the group's website says. It also is a recommendation "against the service." Read more...

You are what you eat: Why do male consumers avoid vegetarian options? | May 16, 2012 | University of Chicago / Medical Xpress | Why are men generally more reluctant to try vegetarian products? According to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research, consumers are influenced by a strong association of meat with masculinity. Read more...

Junk Food Not Cheaper than Healthy Food | Emily P. Walker | MedPage Today | May 18, 2012 | One reason that many people assume junk food is more affordable is because many studies that compare the cost of unhealthy foods with healthy ones use cost-per-calorie as a measurement. Read more...

Study Links Popular Antibiotic With Heart Death A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine linked the antibiotic azithromycin with rare cases of heart death. | Lily Wu | May 18, 2012 | kake | "Many medications have side effects and there's quite a long list that goes with each one," said Dr. Michael Palomino, Wesley Care physician. "But to have someone go back and do this extensive study, linking a medication that we use all the time, brings up a large concern." Read more...

Ancient Medicine Spring Water a Modern Holistic Remedy for Autistic Children | LITHIA SPRINGS, GA, May 12, 2012 | 24-7pressrelease | Dr. Amy Yasko noted microbiologist specializing in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) presented at a recent conference, a breakthrough hypothesis on autism and the lithium connection. She believes that recovering any child from autism is a process that requires lithium supplementation. Lithia spring water meets her criteria as an autistic supplement because of its holistic formula of lithium, ionic minerals and trace elements. Read more...

Author and legendary conservationist Lawrence Anthony died March 2. His family tells of a solemn procession of Elephants that defies human explanation.Wild Elephants gather inexplicably, mourn death of “Elephant Whisperer” | Michelle | May 9, 2012 | Delight Makers | For two days the herds loitered at Anthony’s rural compound on the vast Thula Thula game reserve in the South African KwaZulu – to say good-bye to the man they loved. But how did they know he had died? Known for his unique ability to calm traumatized elephants, Anthony had become a legend. He is the author of three books, Babylon Ark, detailing his efforts to rescue the animals at Baghdad Zoo during the Iraqi war, the forthcoming The Last Rhinos, and his bestselling The Elephant Whisperer. Read more...

End of anti-depressants? Magnetic pulse therapy eases depression in third of patients | May 15, 2012 | PRN | Research leader Dr Ian Cook, said: ’The improvements we observed show that non-drug therapy with NeuroStar TMS not only reduces the symptomatic suffering of patients, but lessens the disability of depression with important implications for these individuals’ ability to return to functioning effectively at home, in the workplace, and in the community.' Read more...

 Myth busted: Vaccinations are not immunizationsMyth busted: Vaccinations are not immunizations | May 15, 2012 | Craig Stellpflug | NaturalNews | Vaccines do not provide long-term immunity; only temporary at best. In vaccines, an antigen is injected into the body to produce a reaction and the immune system responds in the form of antibodies, but antibody presence does not confer immunity. People still catch the diseases that they are vaccinated against. Vaccines actually skip the normal immune responses to activate killer cells which can trigger an overproduction of cytokines in response to the toxic vaccine adjuvants and can damage tissues and organs and even stop the heart and block air pathways. Read more...

Meditating on the mandala for the sacral chakra will balance it. Photo credit:  http://timeavarga.com/ Healing of sacral chakra to cure emotional outbursts | Susan Westfall | May 14, 2012 | Examiner | If the sacral chakra is balanced, then one’s mind is free of the gripping anxiety and uncontrollable tensions associated with primal desires. One’s life is under the control of conscious, rational decisions and these people have a healthy yin-yang existence. In particular, a sound sacral chakra invokes great creativity. Read more...

Healing Meditations: A Mystic's Journal | May 7, 2012 | Beliefnet | Whether you formally meditate or not, there are simple healing meditations and healing exercises you can easily do - that can have remarkable results. Read more...

Smoke Marijuana For Multiple Sclerosis | Rupert Shepherd | 15 May 2012 | Medical News Today | A clinic trial of 30 adult patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis appears to have demonstrated its ability to reduce spasticity and pain, when compared to a placebo. Read more...

Home nutrition vital for healing | Andrew Dreyfus And David Waters | May 12, 2012 | When we think about the relationship between food and health, we usually think about maintaining good nutrition to promote good health. But for those who are chronically or critically ill, especially those without a lot of resources, food plays an important role in healing. And as we contemplate ways to reduce health care costs, we must seriously look at how effective meal delivery reduces health expenses while also providing gravely ill individuals with a service that helps them support their family. Read more...

The healing power is in the choice of treatment Two Harvard Medical School professors make a convincing case for patients to become active participants in decisions that determine their medical care. | Ritu Bhatia | 05-13-2012 | MSN | In a country where medical choices are both confusing and expensive, deciding how to treat a health condition can be nearly as taxing as the condition itself. What makes matters worse is that medical professionals don't have the time to explain options properly. Read more...

The healing power of musicThe healing power of music | Keith Wommack | May 14, 2012 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal | Melodies move us emotionally and change us physically. Hospitals around the United States are utilizing music in a wide variety of ways. Clinical studies now show that music can be used as a therapy in treating depression, schizophrenia, autism, dementia, and as well, substance abuse. Creating or listening to music can alleviate some negative symptoms of mental illness and ease pain. Read more...

Child deaths: Preventable infections 'the leading cause' | 11 May 2012 | BBC | They found two-thirds of the 7.6m children who died before their fifth birthday did so due to infectious causes - and pneumonia was found to be the leading cause of death. Read more...

Infections Cause 1 in 6 Cancer Cases Worldwide | May 12, 2012 | OHSOnline | Helicobacter pylori, hepatitis B and C viruses, and human papillomaviruses were responsible for 1.9 million cases of mainly gastric, liver, and cervix uteri cancers. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: I truly believe many infections causing cancers and/or premature death can be reversed or prevented by proper dietary discipline. Yet this would be impossible without adjustments to the way most people eat. A challenge with present AMA mandate: Too often pharmaceutical remedies will clear symptom without eliminating cause.

If Reusable Grocery Bag Makes You Sick, It's Probably Your Fault | Evan Dawson | 13wham | A 2010 study found that washing reusable bags kills 99.9 percent of the bacteria in them. Wegmans takes two extra steps to help customers: Cashiers separate meat and fish into plastic bags first, making sure there's no contact with the surface of reusable bags. And the bags come with a card reminding shoppers to wash them. Read more...

A Systems Approach to Solving America's Obesity Problem | Danielle Gould | 5/11/2012 | Forbes | Americans know they are fat. A staggering two-thirds of adults and one-third of children in the United States are overweight or obese, hampering the overall productivity and health of the nation. Obesity-related illness treatments cost an estimated $190.2 billion annually, for example, which is 21 percent of annual medical spending in the United States. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: Answers are simple. People simply have to get used to the idea of eating correctly. That's all, and that's what this Health and Natural Healing News Network is about, then wha la: The extra pounds start dissolving.

Long commutes may be bad for health - study | Patricia Reaney | May 8, 2012 | Reuters - BaltimoreSun | Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, who studied nearly 4,300 commuters, found that people who traveled 10 miles to work were more likely to have high blood pressure and workers commuting 15 miles had a greater risk of being obese and not getting enough exercise. Read more...

FDA proposes bypassing doctors, selling prescription drugs over the counter FDA proposes bypassing doctors, selling prescription drugs over the counter | May 08, 2012 | Ethan A. Huff | NaturalNews | When it comes to freedom of food choice, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers Americans to be too stupid to make their own dietary choices. But when pharmaceuticals are involved, the FDA apparently thinks individuals should be able to completely self-medicate themselves without a prescription, having recently proposed new guidelines that would make it easier than ever for patients to access high-risk prescription drugs without even having to see a doctor. Read more...

EDITOR'S COMMENT: This is great news. People SHOULD be allowed to medicate themselves without restriction. Now they simply have to legalize ALL drugs, giving people true free will choice, yet ALSO allow "free access" to ALL herbs, etc. with "correct information" about drugs and vaccines. If we live in a country that allow anyone, including children, to buy Monsanto's RoundUp and all other petro chemicals / poisons without regulation, then why not? And we also need to mandate funding for holistic / natural treatments with national health care, so we REALLY have a "free will" choice.

We usually don’t do endings well.  There’s lots of head scratching, wondering, loneliness, sadness and anger.Breaking up is hard to do | May 7, 2012 | Judi England | TimesUnion | “Just because a relationship ends” writes Brooks Palmer,” that doesn’t mean it stops affecting us. People who were once part of our lives remain in our hearts and memories, as well as in the stuff they leave behind.” Read more...

Believers embrace healing power of faith | May 06, 2012 | The Monitor | “Taking part in faith healing can evoke the power of suggestion and affirm one’s faith in a higher power, which may help promote peace of mind,” according to the ACS publication. “This may help some people cope more effectively with their illness.” Read more...

Moving From Wellness to Well-Being | Rose Stanley | 05/02/2012 | HuffingtonPost | To create healthy and productive workforces, organizations are starting to expand their benefits programs to focus on overall employee well-being. Employers are taking a more holistic approach to wellness by touching on additional aspects of an individual beyond the mere physical to include emotional/mental, spiritual and financial well-being. Read more...

 calfLightning Medicine Cloud, Sacred White Buffalo, Killed and Skinned | ICTMN | May 4, 2012 | There is an internal investigation through Hunt County Sheriff and Homeland Security in process, and a $5,000 reward offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the premeditated crime deaths of Lightning Medicine Cloud and his mother, Buffalo Woman. Thus far, the investigation has concluded that neither were killed by natural causes. Read more...

Raw Foods 5 ways to get started with raw food A raw vegan chef shares her story — and several plans of attack — for making raw food a part of your life. | One Green Planet | May 04 2012 | Today, I’m sharing with you five different ways that you can easily get started on your own raw food adventure. Are you ready? Great! Let’s go … Read more...

Energy and sports drinks eat away at teeth | May 03, 2012 | HealthDay - newschannel5 | | High acidity levels in the drinks erode tooth enamel, the glossy outer layer of teeth, the researchers contend in the May/June issue of the journal General Dentistry. | May 03, 2012 | Read more...

107 charged in Medicare fraud busts in 7 cities | May 3, 2012 | AP - CBSNews MIAMI — Federal authorities charged 107 doctors, nurses and social workers in seven cities with Medicare fraud Wednesday in a nationwide crackdown on unrelated scams that allegedly billed the taxpayer-funded program of $452 million — the highest dollar amount in a single Medicare bust in U.S. history. Read more...

“The USDA may have turned a blind eye to the entire situation, allowing widespread GMO contamination of GMO-free crops.”Letter Shows Monsanto Planted Gmos Before USDA Approval | Anthony Gucciardi and Cassandra Anderson | 2 May 2012 | Nation of Change | This is very serious because it is only a matter of time before alfalfa across America could be corrupted with Monsanto’s patented genetically modified trait. Organic meat and dairy could be tainted when animals are fed the modified alfalfa as well, threatening the very integrity of the organic food supply. What’s more, the contamination of natural alfalfa could be nearly impossible — if not entirely impossible — to remedy, so it could actually fracture the genetic stability of the entire crop on a global scale. Read more...

Holistic Garden Photo credit:  Bridget Dean Holistic Gardening More Than Just Good For Your Health | Bridget Dean | April 27, 2012 | Examiner | A holistic garden is the perfect solution to high produce prices and toxic pesticides. Whether you are an experienced gardener or are convinced you have an orange thumb instead of a green thumb, creating a holistic garden can be fun and rewarding. There is no better lesson to teach children than how to grow their own food and eat healthy. Even the First Lady, Michelle Obama has an organic garden. Read more...

Computer use and exercise may help fight memory loss | 05-01-2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily - MSNBC | In the study, which included older adults, computer use and exercise reduced the risk of memory loss, whereas doing either activity alone did not. Read more...

Pest Poison Tied to Brain Defects in Young Kids | Crystal Phend | MedPage Today | May 01, 2012 | High exposure to the organophosphate chlorpyrifos was associated with enlargement of specific brain regions and disruption of normal gender differences in brain structures, Virginia A. Rauh, of the Columbia University Center for Children's Environmental Health in New York City, and colleagues found. Read more...

More babies born addicted to painkillers | 05/01/2012 | Ericka Edwards, NBC News | While the study did not look at the exact drugs taken during pregnancy, researchers found the number of mothers using or abusing opiate painkillers like Vicodin, Methodone and Oxycontin skyrocketed since the year 2000. 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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