Archive for November, 2012
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
Food Processors Want to Keep Us Snacking – Can Public Policy Help?
Ian Wrightman, Staff Writer
High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a highly-processed chemical sweetener used in many processed foods, including breads, cookies, candy, condiments, and soft drinks. HFCS extends the shelf life of products, and it is often cheaper than sugar, which are the main reasons why … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
New research suggests it may be possible to learn high-performance tasks with little or no conscious effort.
Would you be surprised to find a company with the same name as your country registered with theSecurity and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Washington DC? Well, guess what?! Among those listed as corporate entities by the United States SEC are:
Vaccinated populations contract some of the highest rates of disease and more evidence on whooping cough is coming forward to support this claim. Whooping cough, or pertussis, is spreading across the entire US at rates at least twice as high as those recorded in … More
Medical marijuana is now legal in 18 states, but it’s clear we’ve discovered a fraction of its potential for health.
There are now legal medical cannabis programs in 18 states plus Washington, DC, with pot fully legal for adults in two other states. Ironically, however, … More
Steven Bloore, C. Ht., Guest Writer
Imagine yourself in a quiet, secure setting with someone you have learned to trust. You are focused on your breathing, allowing your body to experience a deep state of physical relaxation and comfort as you consciously follow the lead of your … More
Andrew Puhanic, Guest Writer
Around the world, it is estimated that tens of millions of people are affected by both dental and skeletal fluorosis. In many cases, it is the addition of fluoride into drinking water supplies by governments that is the primary cause of both dental and … More
David James Lees, Guest Writer
Trust is one of the most profound emotional energies that I encounter throughout my professional career and it forms a fundamental part my ‘Wu Wei Wisdom’ model of personal and spiritual development. In my client sessions and public talks and workshops I’m
Dr Lester Sawicki, Guest Writer
Today’s science of nano-technology has advanced dental fillings far beyond bees wax used in Europe over 6000 years ago.
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry are currently developing and testing a nano-technology tooth colored resin composite cavity-filling that kills … More
Just days after a leading genetically modified organism (GMO) researcher spoke out against GMOs and how many pro-GMO ‘scientists’ are in bed with Monsanto or carry their own GMO patents, the largest managed healthcare provider in the United States is now publicly speaking out … More
Veda Kalidas, Guest Writer
The beginnings of formal medical research with hypnosis began with James Braid who is considered the Father of Modern Hypnotism. In 1842 Braid coined the term Hypnosis to describe his use of the mesmeric trance in treating psychological and physiological conditions. Braid believed that … More
The Health Coach, Conributing Writer
Who among us does not know someone who has gone over the edge these days?
How many in our own families have gone very close to the edge?
Certainly there are co-workers, neighbors or friends who flirt with this emerging condition of the … More
Researchers at McGill University have discovered a molecular basis for the cancer preventive effects of vitamin D, whereby its active form essentially shuts down cancer cells.
Pao L. Chang, Guest Writer
The “End Times” prophecy is one of the most successful self-fulfilling prophecies because it has tricked millions of religious followers into believing that the end of the world is near. The people who believe that the world is going to end by the … More