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Collective ConsciousnessA Great Healing Force & one of the least understood potential healing and health ways
Swine Flu Truths & Facts Lots of new information is coming out daily about inhumane factory farm lots, where conditions are beyond squalor.
Breast Healing Information
Excitotoxins are a Danger to Life
HEALTHY LIVING with Mike Anderson: The Rave Diet - Online video shorts...
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.
Defending Your Health vs Defending Your Life - Siri Khalsa - How I cleared a dangerous tumor without surgery and drugs.
Emergency - Saving Lives - Learn how CPR and other paths have saved many from death - Coping with death when it is inevitable.

 

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Archive Postings - December, 2008

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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Resolving to Break an Addictive Habit? Tue Dec 30, 11:47 pm ET TUESDAY, Dec. 30 (HealthDay News) -- No matter the addiction -- drugs, gambling, shopping, smoking, alcohol or more -- people who want to kick their habit in the new year might find help in a new Harvard University publication. Read more...

Forgiveness Brings Healing To Victim of Accident David Johnson, Citizen Journalist JANUARY 01, 2009 Louie Barrios was a 15-year-old boy when his father was killed by a drunk driver in 1975. The factors were many: misty weather, slick streets, a highway in need of repaving, a speeding vehicle, and alcohol. Read more...

Spas & Gyms Time Out Chicago / Issue 201 : Jan 1–7, 2009 The detox issue - Your fresh start Banish stress with holistic healing that really works. Read more...

The Top 10 Health Breakthroughs of 2008 Tuesday, December 30, 2008 by: Byron Richards, Health Freedom Editor NaturalNews) This year marks a major turning point in the theory of wellness and the prevention of disease. Read more...

Pediatricians Demand Annual Flu Shots for Infants as Vaccine-Pushing Doctors Descend into Extremist Quackery Tuesday, December 30, 2008 by: Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor Even while the bulk of the evidence shows vaccines and flu shots ultimately harm more people than they help, they continue to be pushed by doctors, drug companies and state health authorities. Read more...

There's Always Time for Holistic Healing By Deborah McElligott, RN, ANP-BC, AHN-BC, DNP(c) Monday December 8, 2008 Requests for the use of complementary and alternative medicine is increasing in the inpatient setting. Read more...

The Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the United States In December 2008, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) and the National Center for Health Statistics (part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) released new findings on Americans' use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Read more...

Vitamin B1 Reverses Kidney Damage in Diabetics, So Why Won't Doctors Recommend It? - Monday, December 29, 2008 by: Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor - New research shows that the low-cost vitamin Thiamine (vitamin B1) reverses kidney damage in diabetics, restoring the ability of the kidneys to function without allowing proteins to spill over into the urine. Read more...

Not For Meat Eaters: Manual to Vegetarian Ideology - Patty Stevens - StreetDirectory - 12-27-2008 - As part of the vegan ideology, vegans would not consume products made of leather, furs, pearls, etc. Read more...

Associated Press -  Moscow faith healer Mikhail Fadkin treats a boy named Sasha, who declined to give his last name. The Russian government has licensed him to cure a long list of disorders by putting his hands on a person's "bio-energy field."Moscow government licenses faith healers - By Gary Peach - Associated Press Saturday, December 27, 2008 - MOSCOW --- Mikhail Fadkin claims he can cure a long list of disorders -- pancreatitis, bronchitis, digestive problems, even infertility -- by using his hands to manipulate what he describes as a person's "bio-energy field." Read more...

Surgeon uses human fat to run his cars - By Guy Adams in Los Angeles Friday, 26 December 2008 - Health department raids liposuction clinic as doctor leaves for South America Read more...

Whole Foods Needs a Holistic Approach on Climate Change - 12-24-08 - Mindy Lubber HarvardBusiness - Why would a new Ceres report give low scores to Whole Foods, one of the nation's largest purchasers of renewable energy, for the way it is responding to the challenge of climate change? Read more...

Health checkup: The healing power of giving Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, NY - 12-24-2008 - Giving selflessly releases the body's natural painkillers, endorphins.

Change habits and regain good health - Heather Killen/Spectator December 23rd 2008 - Because the body can't process these chemicals, circulatory systems can become clogged and eventually the body develops symptoms of common conditions such as allergies, asthma, high cholesterol, and diabetes. Read more...

Healing ligament damage - BBC - A ligament is a short band of tough, flexible tissue, made up of lots of individual fibres, which connect the bones of the body together. Read more...

Healing herbs of Christmas — Are they used in the same way today? - DEB PETERSON • BULLETIN CORRESPONDENT • DECEMBER 23, 2008 - Two of the most famous gifts ever given to celebrate the birth of Christ are frankincense and myrrh.

Health Buzz: FDA Warning on Weight Loss Pills and Other Health News U.S. News & World Report - Dec. 23, 2008 - The Food and Drug Administration warned yesterday that more than 25 weight-loss products contain undeclared, active pharmaceutical ingredients that may jeopardize the health of consumers. Read more...

 AFP – Dave Chameides poses with his trash for 2008, in the basement of his home in Los Angeles, California(AFP/Robyn …A rubbish life for LA marathon recycler * by Tangi Quemener – Dec 23, 1:37 - LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Dave Chameides has spent almost an entire year living a life full of utter garbage, and hoping he can inspire other Americans to do the same. Read more...

Even a Little Overweight, Inactivity Hurts the Heart » By Ed Edelson HealthDay Reporter Monday, December 22, 2008; 12:00 AM MONDAY, Dec. 22 (HealthDay News) -- Even a few extra pounds and just a little inactivity increased the risk of heart failure in a major study of American doctors. Read more...

Knowledge for a Revolution: Five Ways to Change the World By Dr. Gregory Damato, Ph.D. [NaturalNews] December 19 - Much of western society has been inherently taught through the establishment of educational institutions that knowledge of the world, people and events solely emanates from textbooks, scholars and the media. Read more...

Massive crackdown on the use of scores of toxic pesticides New EU rules, opposed by Gordon Brown, will phase out use of cancer-causing compounds in Britain By Geoffrey Lean, Environment Editor Sunday, 21 December 2008 - Britain is to get its toughest crackdown on toxic substances in food and the environment, despite determined resistance to the safety measures from Gordon Brown. Read more...

Extra vitamins have no effect on cancer LOS ANGELES, Dec. 21, 2008 (UPI) -- Taking supplemental vitamins and minerals won't prevent cancer, strokes or heart disease results of long-term trials suggest. Read more...

FDA Approves Stevia, Ends the Era of Oppression of this Herbal Sweetener by Mike Adams, NaturalNews, December 19, 2008 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted GRAS approval for a natural, zero-calorie sweetener it once sought to wipe out from the U.S. marketplace. Read more...

Kitchen as sanctuary: The healing touch Times of India, India - Dec 2, 2008 Many ancient medical texts refer to food as medicine. Read more...

Study: Gifts a social necessity Published: Dec. 19, 2008 at 11:55 PM MONTREAL, Dec. 19 (UPI) -- A University of Montreal professor says there is a social necessity of giving and receiving, which escalates during the holidays. Read more...

Older women, not men, benefit from alcohol Published: Dec. 19, 2008 at 11:40 PM GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI) -- Drinking low to moderate amounts of alcohol may delay cognitive decline in older women, a University of Glasgow researcher said. Read more...

 Reuters – A customer selects fruits at a supermarket in Sydney in this file photo from October 21, 2008. (Daniel …Fruits, veggies slash breast cancer risk: U.S. study * Mon Dec 15, 6:04 pm ET WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Certain breast cancer survivors who load up on fruits and vegetables, eating far more than current U.S. guidelines, can slash their risk the tumors will come back by nearly a third, according to a U.S. study released on Monday. Read more...

memoResearch team led by Psychology professor Holly Taylor of Tufts University, Massachusetts studied the impact of low-carb diets on the brain power of 19 women aged 22 to 55.ry scanAbsence of carbohydrates from diet can affect mental function Submitted by Amit Pathania on Sun, 12/14/2008 - 12:59 - TopNews - Recent research has shown that elimination of carbohydrates from diet can help in reducing weight but it may also lead to loss of memory or forgetfulness. Read more...

New study firmly ties hormone use to breast cancer By MARILYNN MARCHIONE – 1 day ago SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Taking menopause hormones for five years doubles the risk for breast cancer, according to a new analysis of a big federal study that reveals the most dramatic evidence yet of the dangers of these still-popular pills. Read more...

Yoga Journal Healing HerbsHealing Holiday Herbs DECEMBER 11, 2008 - Yoga Journal - No matter what holiday tradition you celebrate this winter, chances are you'll incorporate a fir tree, a potted poinsettia, or other significant plants in the festivities.

healing clayCriteria for Selecting a Quality Healing Clay Thursday, December 11, 2008 by: Perry Arledge, citizen journalist - (NaturalNews) More and more, people are realizing the dangers of side-effect-riddled traditional medicines and they scour the Internet to find an all-natural solution, such as Bentonite Clay. Read more...

US FDA panel says two asthma drugs risky Reuters - 12-11-2008 By Lisa Richwine ROCKVILLE, Md., Dec 11 (Reuters) - Two asthma drugs, GlaxoSmithKline PLC's (GSK.L: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) Serevent and Novartis AG's (NOVN. Read more...

H5N1 DNA in Flu Vaccine - Jeff Rense - Flu Mist, a popular over the counter live flu vaccine, has been found to contain two H5N1 DNA markers, these markers seem to have been sewn into the flu mist vaccine to ensure that H5N1 or another strain of Avian Flu goes pandemic. Online video short and read more...

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38% of Adults Use Alternative Medicine Study Prompts Critics to Warn of Therapies' Risks By Rob Stein Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, December 11, 2008; Page A02 - More than one-third of adults and nearly 12 percent of children in the United States use alternatives to traditional medicine, according to a large federal survey released today that documents how entrenched acupuncture, herbal remedies and other once-exotic therapies have become. Read more...

Chiretta plant: healing bodies and incomeChiretta plant: healing bodies and income The World Food Programme and local NGOs are helping Nepalese villagers grow herbs to supplement their incomes. Read more...

 

Healing and the mind: 6 strategies - December 3, 9:31 PM by Doctor Lissa, Health Care Examiner - What we do know is that a body's healing process is not entirely physical. Read more...

Float Into ParadiseHolistic Practitioner Review - Float Into Paradise by Sydney L. Murray - Vision Magazine - As I was walking into the session room at Float Spa San Diego, I was mesmerized by a photograph of large salt formations from the Dead Sea. Read more...

Laser welding: the suture of future - NY Daily News - Dec. 3, 2008 - Doctors of the future may be able to trade their needle and thread for high-tech laser "skin welding." Read more...

As it grows in popularity, vitamin D's role is debated San Diego Union Tribune - Dec. 3, 2008 By Keith Darcé Sunlight: The National Institutes of Health recommends 10 to 15 minutes of sun exposure on arms, legs and hands two to three times per week without using sunscreen. Read more...

Lindsay Lohan, right, has a classic hourglass figure. Her girlfriend Samantha Ronson doesn't but may be better able to survive harsh conditions.Best Female Figure Not an Hourglass, Scientist Says FOXNews - Dec. 3, 2008 AP Lindsay Lohan, right, has a classic hourglass figure. Her girlfriend Samantha Ronson doesn't but may be better able to survive harsh conditions. Read more...

Vermont called healthiest state, Louisiana last Reuters - Dec. 3, 2008 By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Louisiana has displaced Mississippi as the unhealthiest US state and other Southern states were close rivals due to high obesity and smoking rates in new rankings that deemed Vermont the healthiest. Read more...

Ginseng - compliments of naturalnews.comGinseng Found Highly Effective for Weight Loss and Diabetes Control Monday, December 01, 2008 by: Barbara Minton, Natural Health Editor - (NaturalNews) Ginseng has long been one of the foundations of healing in Chinese medicine, and is probably the world’s best known herb. Read more...

Depression Linked to Increase in Abdominal Fat WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3, 2008 (HealthDay News) -- There may be a link between depression and abdominal obesity in older people, according to researchers in Holland who studied almost 2,100 adults in their seventies. Read more...

Exercise Eases Obesity and Anger in Kids HealthDay - WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3 (HealthDay News) -- Overweight kids may be able to work out their anger with exercise, a new report finds. Read more...

1 in 5 young adults has personality disorder - LINDSEY TANNER - AP – Dec 2, 2008 - CHICAGO – Almost one in five young American adults has a personality disorder that interferes with everyday life, and even more abuse alcohol or drugs, researchers reported Monday in the most extensive study of its kind. Read more...

Salt ShakerHigh Salt Levels Common in Many Foods Cereals, licorice, pancakes, among other products, home to sodium, study says -- Robert Preidt - TUESDAY, Dec. 2 (HealthDay News) -- There can be plenty of sodium -- commonly known as salt -- in foods that seem to be health-friendly, and shoppers should know that lower-fat foods can have much more sodium than full-fat products. Read more...

Media Bombardment Is Linked To Ill Effects During Childhood Washington Post - 45 minutes ago By Donna St. George In a detailed look at nearly 30 years of research on how television, music, movies and other media affect the lives of children and adolescents, a new study released today found an array of negative health effects linked to greater use. Read more...

Modern West African Market Offers Traditional Remedies for Illness By Naomi Schwarz Seck Dakar 01 December 2008 - Long before there were antibiotics and X-rays, African healers used traditional remedies, made from the plants,to heal people in their communities. Read more...

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