Katherine Smith
Katherine Smith

Katherine Smith

Life

is a licensed marriage and family therapist and divorce mediator. With 4 graduate degrees and 5 children, her experience is personal as well as professional. For advice on life issues, send questions to AskKathyMFT@gmail.com... view profile

Tommy Wyher
Tommy Wyher

Tommy Wyher

Business

Tommy is a native of the great state of Florida and has been a part of numerous startups, some successful and some not so much... view profile

June Rousso
June Rousso

June Rousso

Health

June Rousso, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and holistic health counselor in N.Y.C. with a focus on dietary and lifestyle changes to support health. .. view profile

Jerry Nelson
Jerry Nelson

Jerry Nelson

World

Jerry Nelson is a freelance photojournalist. American by birth and now based in South America, Jerry covers social justice issues globally... view profile

Sheila Kemper Dietrich
Sheila Kemper Dietrich

Sheila Kemper Dietrich

Life

Sheila is the Founder and CEO of Livliga. She created Livliga and the VisualQs philosophy out of a desire to embrace and share a healthier lifestyle. .. view profile

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

John Christopher Fine
John Christopher Fine

John Christopher Fine

Life

is a marine biologist with two doctoral degrees, has authored 24 books, including award-winning books dealing with ocean pollution... view profile

Deborah Asseraf
Deborah Asseraf

Deborah Asseraf

Business

Deborah Asseraf is founder & CEO of Popcorn Productions, a company that explodes awareness for businesses through highly tailored campaigns. .. view profile

Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso

Chris Grasso

Life

Chris is a freelance writer who lives in Florida and loves the sunshine... view profile

Dennis Adonis
Dennis Adonis

Dennis Adonis

News

Dennis Adonis is a Contributing Writer on Information Technology at The Epoch Times, Yahoo.com, Huffington Post, and CNN. He is also the Author of 19 books... view profile

DJ Miller
DJ Miller

DJ Miller

Tech

DJ Miller is an accomplished tech writer and blogger. In his spare time he writes

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Janet Walters Levite
Janet Walters Levite

Janet Walters Levite

Entertainment

is an Optioned Screenwriter and Film Crtiic / Entertainment Writer for The Guardian Liberty Voice. She resides in New York City... view profile

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

Justice Pretorius
Justice Pretorius

Justice Pretorius

Business

I have been a writer for article 3.com for the last eight months and during that time I have written over 1400 articles which have been viewed 195,000 times. .. view profile

Jake Crosby
Jake Crosby

Jake Crosby

Health

Epidemiologist and graduate student at University of Texas School of Public Health, Editor of Autism Investigated www.autisminvestigated.com.. view profile

Barry Bassis
Barry Bassis

Barry Bassis

Arts & Culture

Barry has been a music, theater and travel writer for over a decade for various publications. .. view profile

Miles Young
Miles Young

Miles Young

Travel

Travel Duder covers vacations, destination, travel tips, hotels, gear and everything else an adventurer needs to know... view profile






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    How do we meet the demands of the workplace and still stay healthy? from Emory M Moore Jr. on Vimeo.

    EM Technique interview 2 with Deborah Quilter
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    Dear Kathy,

         I am very hurt and angry at my mother. She and I have had a lot of problems in our relationship due to her self-absorption. My dad was an alcoholic and my mom didn’t protect us from him or other people who hurt us.

         My sister and I raised ourselves. We were expected …

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  • Emily Willingham: Forbes’ Formerly Contributing “Contributor”

    Since May, Emily Willingham has gone from a Forbes “Contributor,” to “Subscriber,” and back to “Contributor” again according to her bio on the Forbes website. The difference between the first and second time she was listed as “Contributor” is that during the first time, she was actually contributing – albeit with embarrassingly misleading stories. Since …

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  • The Health Benefits of Chocolate

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food."

    With the holiday season approaching and a focus on eating sweets, I thought to take a positive spin and talk about the health benefits of chocolate.  This does not mean the health benefits of chocolate layer cake or chocolate fudge brownies, much to the dismay of some of us, although an occasional such treat is …

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  • Is Slamming the Jail Door Shut Mental Health Treatment? No Says Rep. Patrick Kennedy

     

    Chicago

     

    This month, mental health and correctional professionals from all over the nation gathered in Chicago to address a problem that many are not aware of. People denied mental health services who end up homeless or incarcerated as criminals. The conference, called “The Cost of Doing Nothing,” sponsored by the Kennedy Forum was …

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  • How The NRA Keeps Guns in the Hands of Dangerous People

    After the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre in which 33 died, the National Rifle Association supported a federal law to make it harder for people with mental illness to get guns. Killer Seung-Hui Cho had been declared mentally ill by a Virginia special justice but was still allowed to purchase guns because he was not institutionalized.…

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  • A New Epoch For Autism Investigated

    I am pleased to announce the expansion of Autism Investigated to The Epoch Times - an international news organization that already spans 35 countries and 21 languages. Notable coverage by The Epoch Times includes award-winning stories on topics such as SARS and organ harvesting, as well as extensive coverage of the CDC whistleblower. Autism …

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  • Do You Sleep With Your Dog?

     A few years ago, a polling group made a startling discovery about America’s dog love. A surprising number of dog owners called their answering machines during the workday to talk to their dog. Many celebrated their dogs’ birthdays with gifts and parties. And most slept with their dog–unapologetically. It’s no dirtier than sleeping with a …

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  • Ways to Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

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    Many of us as we grow older have lapses in our memory.  Memory for names usually is the first aspect of memory that tends to show a decline. In time, having to retrieve words in general on demand becomes more difficult than when we have the luxury of controlling the flow of the conversation more. …

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  • Are You Supporting This Cruel and Dumb Charity?

    Just in time for Halloween, Heifer International’s new catalogue arrived in the mail. Heifer International is a Little Rock-based Christian charity that “ends hunger and poverty” through sending live animals to poor people overseas. The charity is known for its Unicef style photos of cute kids hugging their cute animals which will soon be dinner.…

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  • Why Millennials May Be Walking Away from McDonald’s

     

    Since its founding in the 1940s, McDonald’s, the world’s largest restaurant, has navigated many threats to its bottom line. Other fast food companies have imitated and sought to improve on its concept. Labor activists have decried its treatment of workers. Food and environmental activists have assailed the way it has industrialized food production. …

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  • The Benefits of Exercise and Risks of Over Exercising

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    There is no doubt that exercise can have many health benefits. It appears that we can build muscle strength and stamina at any age by starting slowly and setting realistic goals for ourselves. Being sedentary is a major culprit in developing illnesses, especially as we grow older.

    Movement by itself helps to circulate lymph, which …

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  • Animal Abuse Bad Enough for Tyson and the Pork Council but Not the DA?

     The cruelty against pigs videotaped at West Coast Farms in Oklahoma last year was so sickening Tyson Foods immediately dropped the supplier. The National Pork Producers Council demanded that authorities “bring criminal charges against workers who abused animals.” Yet a year later, workers have apparently not been charged and may have fled town as the …

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  • Is your cell phone crippling you?

     

     

    EM Technique interview with Deborah Quilter

    RSI – repetitive strain injuries. How is it caused and what can be done to prevent it? Deborah Quilter author of “The Repetitive Strain Injury Recovery Book” explains the damage done by texting and typing. In our modern society the things that help us do so much may …

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  • Why Brown Fat is Good Fat

    Obesity continues to be a growing global epidemic. According to the World Health Organization, 1.4 billion people in the world are overweight and nearly half of them are considered obese as their BMI is over 30. People who are overweight are at increased risk of diabetes, heart attacks, strokes, neurological diseases, and even cancer. As …

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  • Ways to Fight Colds and the Flu

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates

    With the cold and flu season upon us, we must think about boosting our immune system, and fending off viruses and bacteria. One of the basic ways is to make sure that we have adequate levels of stomach acid that work to help eliminate bacteria and viruses that they come upon. Our body makes less …

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  • How to Get Rid of Chubby Cheeks

    Having cubby cheeks is cute as a baby but not as an adult. Adults with cubby cheeks are naturally self-conscious about their puffy cheeks as it suggests a lazy lifestyle and can even create an illusion of increased weight elsewhere on their bodies. While the bone structure of your face is hereditary and can not …

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  • Communities Brace For More Bodies in Serial Sex Slayings

     

     

    Chicago, IL

     

    At least seven women’s bodies have been found in Indiana since Friday in what appear to be serial, sex-related murders of women in high-risk lifestyles. Hammond police are holding Darren Vann, a convicted sex offender, in connection with the murders and say charges are possible in at least six other murders …

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    Do you juice or are you looking to start juicing? Many people who juice find a couple good recipes and stick with their tried and true juices. While this makes for a consistently good drink, it can also quickly become a rut. Plus it causes you to miss one of the biggest benefits of juicing. …

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  • What Your Tongue Says About Your Health

    An indicator of good health

    A basic concept of nutritional dentistry is that the mouth is an indicator of the state of the body.

    The color of the tongue should be a major factor in oral diagnosis. Oriental medicine recognizes many different pathologies based on tongue color.

    The tongue is the most visible internal organ with a very high metabolic …

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