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Liz Leafloor

Science

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June Rousso

June Rousso

Health

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Barry Bassis

Barry Bassis

Arts & Culture

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Dr. Trish
Dr. Trish

Dr. Trish

Health

Patricia A. Muehsam, MD, is a medical doctor, Founder of Transformational Medicine, a holistic, individualized approach to healing, wellness and living... view profile

Adam Torkildson
Adam Torkildson

Adam Torkildson

Business

I am a business owner, and have been involved in startups and large companies at many different levels. Which I love to write about... view profile

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Veronica Davis

Veronica Davis

Life

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Anthony Carranza
Anthony Carranza

Anthony Carranza

Business

Digital and social media journalist reporting on the latest happenings on the web. Existing contributor to Social Media Today and Examiner... view profile

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Janet Walters Levite

Janet Walters Levite

Entertainment

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Miles Young

Miles Young

Travel

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Jed Lea-Henry

Jed Lea-Henry

Opinion

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Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso

Chris Grasso

Life

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Zac Wassink

Zac Wassink

Sports

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Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.
Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.

Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.

Opinion

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John Christopher Fine

John Christopher Fine

Life

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Deborah Asseraf

Business

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Martha Rosenberg
Martha Rosenberg

Martha Rosenberg

Health

Martha is a Chicago-based health writer and author of the expose "Born with a Junk Food Deficiency: How Flaks, Quacks, and Hacks Pimp the Public Health." .. view profile

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DJ Miller

DJ Miller

Tech

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Jerry Nelson

Jerry Nelson

World

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  • Reflections on Angelina Jolie Pitt’s Health Choices

    Reflections on Angelina Jolie Pitt’s Health Choices

    Before your read on, please be forewarned that what follows is longer than my usual posts…hoping that you’ll read on nevertheless, and find it interesting and helpful.

    This past March, Angelina Jolie Pitt wrote in The New York Times about her health choices. Here’s the link to her piece: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/24/opinion/angelina-jolie-pitt-diary-of-a-surgery.html.

    First, a little background…

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  • Food and Mood

    Food and Mood

    Food and mood starts with our physical reactions to what we eat.  Eating processed foods often leaves us feeling depleted while a meal or snack of whole foods, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, and nuts or seeds is nourishing and energizing.  These are basic physiological reactions to food.   Beyond these physiological reactions, foods can impact …

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  • Clueless National Institute on Drug Abuse Leader Should Step Down

    The year was 2010. The place–New Orleans where the American Psychiatric Association was holding its annual meeting. In a special presentation for the press, Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) shared breathlessly that her institute was working on a “vaccine” for drug addiction.

     As a reporter who covers addiction/alcoholism and …

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  • Healing With Food

    Healing With Food

    I am writing this blog in dedication Anne Marie Colbin, Ph.D. who was a pioneer in health education and recently passed away.  I met Anne Marie in her certification course in food therapy at the Natural Gourmet Institute that focused on the healing properties of food.  For most of us we eat food based on …

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  • Mind Nutrition: Patience, Vitamin For The Mind–Are You Getting Your Daily Recommended Dose?

    Mind Nutrition: Patience, Vitamin For The Mind–Are You Getting Your Daily Recommended Dose?

    In my last entry, I discussed needing to change what we feed the mind on a regular basis–mind malnutrition or stuff that makes us mentally unhealthy. Besides reading a good book to improve one’s mental diet and overall development as a person, there are a few mental nutrients that we can’t do without to grow …

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  • The Cruel Egg Industry Gets Crueler

     

    Since eggs don’t require an animal to die, like milk or dairy products, how can they be cruel? It is a question many ask today, especially if they have never visited an egg operation in which as many as 30,000 laying hens are crowded together in one barn.

     

    Despite the “spin” about agriculture …

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  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is an auto-immune disease that causes painful swelling, typically in our joints and connective tissue.  As an auto-immune disease, rather than attacking viruses or bacteria, the immune system attacks the body’s own tissues, leading to inflammation in the body.  Over time bones may erode and joints become deformed, leading to considerable pain.  Certain …

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  • Welcome to my blog: what you’ll find here, and a call for requests

    Welcome to my blog: what you’ll find here, and a call for requests

    Hi Everyone,

    Greetings from cyberspace!

    I’m delighted to be blogging here for The Epoch Times.

    What follows is a bit about me and my inclinations, and an overview of what you can expect to find here in days to come.

    I’m a medical doctor by training. Thus, all topics health-related fall under my blogging …

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  • CA SB277 Bill Co-Sponsor Called Senior CDC Scientist a “Fraud”

    CA SB277 Bill Co-Sponsor Called Senior CDC Scientist a “Fraud”

    In a tweet sent to over 3,000 followers, California State Senator and vaccine exemption elimination bill co-sponsor Dr. Richard Pan called senior Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) scientist-turned-whistleblower Dr. William Thompson “another Wakefield fraud.” Pan’s calling Thompson a “Wakefield fraud” was a reference to de-licensed British doctor Andrew Wakefield, who publicized Thompson’s …

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  • You Got Here. How Do You Get To The Next Level?

    You Got Here. How Do You Get To The Next Level?

    One of the most frustrating marketing truths is this: the same thing can work for a long time. But, if you are looking to jump to the next level, then a new technique is necessary. It doesn’t take much – a form of repetition with variation – but that tiny distinction (as small as it …

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  • Best Colonic Center for Colon Hydrotherapy

    Have you considered colon irrigation? In recent decades, there has been a return to natural health and wellness. The dangers of toxins and benefits of ridding the body of toxins have been well documented in research. Colonic hydrotherapy helps to remove impacted waste and toxins from the body for better health and wellness. For best …

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  • Marketing Your Next Conference: What to do and What Not to do?

    Hosting a successful conference or convention is one of the best and most profitable ways to cement your place in your field. It’s also a great way to make connections, sell merchandise and broaden your audience. ..if you can make it successful. 

    So How do you do that?

    There are a lot of things that …

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  • Let Your Employees Stand

    What do you do when you get to work every day? Most of us get to our jobs, hang up (or stash) our coats somewhere, grab some coffee or water and then sit down at our desks and start working through our to-do lists. Would it surprise you to learn that this might be the …

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  • CA SB277 Bill Mandates Harm From CDC Cover-Up

    CA SB277 Bill Mandates Harm From CDC Cover-Up

    What if the state could fraudulently deny susceptibility of many patients to adverse vaccine side-effects and then force those same patients to subject themselves to unnecessary harm by getting vaccinated? That is exactly what California Senate Bill SB277 does by eliminating “non-medical” exemptions – exemptions for safety concerns dishonestly denied by the state.

    Yet the …

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  • Parkinson’s Disease and Nutrition

    Parkinson’s Disease and Nutrition

    Parkinson disease has had considerable media attention over the years, but with all of the efforts to educate the public, little has been said on how nutrition can reduce its risk and manage symptoms.  Many of us are familiar with symptoms of Parkinson’s, such as tremors, slow movements, rigid muscles, impaired posture, and problems with …

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  • “Trace Amounts” Documentary Leaves No Trace of Doubt

    “Trace Amounts” Documentary Leaves No Trace of Doubt

    What if the most effective argument against vaccination mandates is not even a direct argument against mandates themselves? What if the most effective argument is simply shining a light on the corruption within federal agencies responsible for immunization policies states mandate and on the greater greed – not the greater good – behind the “trace

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  • The Role of Parathyroid Hormone in Our Health

    The Role of Parathyroid Hormone in Our Health

    Many people have heard of the thyroid gland, which among its many functions, controls our body’s metabolism.  But when you mention the parathyroid, that is another story.  Most people have never heard of these four lentil-sized glands, which, in fact, are located on  the thyroid.

    The role of the parathyroid is to regulate calcium levels …

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  • Benefits of Natural Eye Exercises

    Most people do not think about exercising their eyes. However, this activity has great benefits. Some of the benefits include, strengthening eye movements and muscles, clearer focusing and invigorating the brain’s vision center. According to Dr. Mutchler of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, “Exercising your eyes keeps them healthier longer.” Eye exercising is a …

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  • The Role of Nutrition in Autism

    The Role of Nutrition in Autism

    More and more children are being diagnosed with autism than ever before and while there are various treatment approaches, the role of nutrition has not been given as much attention as it should.  Nutritional therapies date back to the 1970’s and seem to have taken somewhat of a backseat as more modern behavioral approaches have …

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  • Think You’re Safe at the Beauty Parlor? These Gun Victims Weren’t.

     

    It has been exactly two years since Jacqueline Bouvier Hardy was pulled off a city bus in Northern Indiana by a former boyfriend and shot to death in front of horrified bystanders, including children. “Jackie” as she was known, was a mother of three who had filed an order of protection against the shooter, Kenneth …

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  • Food and Mood

    Food and Mood

    Food and mood starts with our physical reactions to what we eat.  Eating processed foods often leaves us feeling depleted while a meal or snack of whole foods, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, and nuts or seeds is nourishing and energizing.  These are basic physiological reactions to food.   Beyond these physiological reactions, foods can impact …

    Read More

  • Healing With Food

    Healing With Food

    I am writing this blog in dedication Anne Marie Colbin, Ph.D. who was a pioneer in health education and recently passed away.  I met Anne Marie in her certification course in food therapy at the Natural Gourmet Institute that focused on the healing properties of food.  For most of us we eat food based on …

    Read More

  • Mind Nutrition: Patience, Vitamin For The Mind–Are You Getting Your Daily Recommended Dose?

    Mind Nutrition: Patience, Vitamin For The Mind–Are You Getting Your Daily Recommended Dose?

    In my last entry, I discussed needing to change what we feed the mind on a regular basis–mind malnutrition or stuff that makes us mentally unhealthy. Besides reading a good book to improve one’s mental diet and overall development as a person, there are a few mental nutrients that we can’t do without to grow …

    Read More

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is an auto-immune disease that causes painful swelling, typically in our joints and connective tissue.  As an auto-immune disease, rather than attacking viruses or bacteria, the immune system attacks the body’s own tissues, leading to inflammation in the body.  Over time bones may erode and joints become deformed, leading to considerable pain.  Certain …

    Read More

  • CA SB277 Bill Co-Sponsor Called Senior CDC Scientist a “Fraud”

    CA SB277 Bill Co-Sponsor Called Senior CDC Scientist a “Fraud”

    In a tweet sent to over 3,000 followers, California State Senator and vaccine exemption elimination bill co-sponsor Dr. Richard Pan called senior Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) scientist-turned-whistleblower Dr. William Thompson “another Wakefield fraud.” Pan’s calling Thompson a “Wakefield fraud” was a reference to de-licensed British doctor Andrew Wakefield, who publicized Thompson’s …

    Read More

  • Best Colonic Center for Colon Hydrotherapy

    Have you considered colon irrigation? In recent decades, there has been a return to natural health and wellness. The dangers of toxins and benefits of ridding the body of toxins have been well documented in research. Colonic hydrotherapy helps to remove impacted waste and toxins from the body for better health and wellness. For best …

    Read More

  • CA SB277 Bill Mandates Harm From CDC Cover-Up

    CA SB277 Bill Mandates Harm From CDC Cover-Up

    What if the state could fraudulently deny susceptibility of many patients to adverse vaccine side-effects and then force those same patients to subject themselves to unnecessary harm by getting vaccinated? That is exactly what California Senate Bill SB277 does by eliminating “non-medical” exemptions – exemptions for safety concerns dishonestly denied by the state.

    Yet the …

    Read More

  • Parkinson’s Disease and Nutrition

    Parkinson’s Disease and Nutrition

    Parkinson disease has had considerable media attention over the years, but with all of the efforts to educate the public, little has been said on how nutrition can reduce its risk and manage symptoms.  Many of us are familiar with symptoms of Parkinson’s, such as tremors, slow movements, rigid muscles, impaired posture, and problems with …

    Read More

  • “Trace Amounts” Documentary Leaves No Trace of Doubt

    “Trace Amounts” Documentary Leaves No Trace of Doubt

    What if the most effective argument against vaccination mandates is not even a direct argument against mandates themselves? What if the most effective argument is simply shining a light on the corruption within federal agencies responsible for immunization policies states mandate and on the greater greed – not the greater good – behind the “trace

    Read More

  • The Role of Parathyroid Hormone in Our Health

    The Role of Parathyroid Hormone in Our Health

    Many people have heard of the thyroid gland, which among its many functions, controls our body’s metabolism.  But when you mention the parathyroid, that is another story.  Most people have never heard of these four lentil-sized glands, which, in fact, are located on  the thyroid.

    The role of the parathyroid is to regulate calcium levels …

    Read More

  • The Role of Nutrition in Autism

    The Role of Nutrition in Autism

    More and more children are being diagnosed with autism than ever before and while there are various treatment approaches, the role of nutrition has not been given as much attention as it should.  Nutritional therapies date back to the 1970’s and seem to have taken somewhat of a backseat as more modern behavioral approaches have …

    Read More

  • The Role of Beneficial Bacteria in Mental Health

    The Role of Beneficial Bacteria in Mental Health

    More and more research is focusing on the role of beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract and mental health.  Beneficial bacteria help the body function in different ways, including our supporting our emotional well-being, in contrast to bad bacteria such as E.coli and Clostridium difficile, which can make us ill.

    Traditionally, studies have focused on …

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  • The Role of the MTHFR Gene in Physical and Mental Health

    The Role of the MTHFR Gene in Physical and Mental Health

    Scientific researchers are increasing finding causes of a variety of physical and emotional conditions that many people, including physicians, are unaware of, but which can have ripple effects throughout the body.  One such condition is a mutation in the MTHFR gene that impairs the conversion of the homocysteine enzyme into methionine, another enzyme which plays …

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  • SafeMinds’ President Supports CDC “Sock-Puppet”

    SafeMinds’ President Supports CDC “Sock-Puppet”

    Sallie Bernard is the president of an organization which claims to oppose the presence of mercury in vaccines and to raise concerns about autism’s association with vaccination – the Coalition for SafeMinds (Sensible action for ending mercury-induced disorders). Yet Bernard – who has not responded when questioned for this article – is still a board

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  • Ninjutsu – The art of endurance

    EM Technique interview with James Loriega continued

    We continue the interview with Shihan James Loriega easily a historical figure in the Ninja story in America. James began practicing in the 1960’s under the auspices of the Late Prof. Ronald Duncan known as “the father of American Ninjutsu”.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72tbio78jAQ

    Join us as we discuss further its …

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  • Getting a Good Night Sleep

    Getting a Good Night Sleep

    Getting a good night sleep can be hard to come by these days when so many people experience stress in their lives.  Stress itself raises cortisol hormone levels in the body, which increases alertness in the evening and interferes with sleep.  Cortisol levels typically are higher in the morning to help us feel alert and …

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  • The Menopause Transition

    The Menopause Transition

    Menopause is a transition in life that women sometimes dread, anticipating the discomfort of hot flashes along with other symptoms such as nervousness, depression, irritability, and mood swings.  Women can come to feel badly about themselves and have a poor body image, in part, because of negative perceptions associated with menopause, some of which are …

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  • Elizabeth Warren Makes CDC Official Lie to Congress

    Elizabeth Warren Makes CDC Official Lie to Congress

    Senator Elizabeth Warren – in trying to make a dig at Senator Rand Paul for his remarks about vaccines causing “profound mental disorders” – ended up making a top Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) official lie to Congress. Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, lied about …

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  • Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

    Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

    This week’s blog is dedicated to Fit Kids February, which from my mind’s eye starts with a healthy pregnancy.  Rather than write on nutrition for children, I thought to take a step back and focus on ways that women can nourish themselves during their nine month journey.  Nutrition during pregnancy, in turn, can greatly impact …

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  • What is the art of the Ninja really?

    What is Ninjutsu really?

    What is the art of the Ninja? What are its origins? What is it for and how is it practiced?
    Join us for EM Techniques interview with Shihan James Loriega a student of the late Prof. Ronald Duncan also known as the father of American Ninjutsu. Overexposed in film, saturated in …

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