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Move of the Week: Spine-Rotation Stretch
A decent stretch can reduce muscle tightness and relieve muscle soreness.
December 18, 2012
Doctor Making a Difference in the Fight Against Hepatitis B
Dr. Le is working to form a panel of eminent advisers to help carry out the difficult mission ...
December 13, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Keep Kids Safe From Loud Toys This Holiday Season
When buying gifts for kids this holiday season, be vigilant about product safety, including watching out for loud ...
December 12, 2012
Unique Way to Stop Flatus From Beans
Do you suffer from chronic abdominal pain, bloating, gas, stomach cramps, diarrhea, and constipation?
December 9, 2012
Move of the Week: Standing Heel Raises
Standing heel raises strengthen the calf muscles and improve balance.
December 9, 2012
Scientists Warn Evidence for Flu Vaccine Is ‘Biased’
The report found that universal recommendations for influenza vaccination “often were based on professional judgement and not on ...
December 3, 2012
Three Simple Steps to Becoming More Grateful
Three simple steps can help us become more grateful, which contributes to health and well-being.
December 2, 2012
Why I Won’t Stop Eating Steak
A moderate amount of steak makes more sense than a totally vegetarian diet.
What Will I Do if I Get Influenza or a Rattlesnake Bite?
Dr. Klenner successfully treated influenza, hepatitis, and snake bites with injections of large doses of vitamin C.
Sound Advice: Tips for Protecting Your Hearing
Studies show that Canadians face hearing loss at younger and younger ages.
November 20, 2012
Nature’s ‘Immunologic Scalpel’ for Our Toxic World
There is a natural way to boost the immune system.
November 15, 2012
New Rights for End of Life Patients
The UK government has announced new rights for terminally ill patients involving their end of life care.
November 9, 2012
Move of the Week: Diaphragmatic Breathing
When we breathe, it is important to use primarily the diaphragm to draw the air in. Other muscles, ...
November 2, 2012
Why the Bear Had the Last Laugh
How much vitamin A are you taking? How much is too much?
New Science-Based Cookbook Aims to Improve Brain Health
A new e-book offers consumer-friendly information on the science of nutrition and brain health along with 100 recipes.
October 30, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Using the Marshmallow Test to Predict Jail Time
It seems how you handle a marshmallow can reveal how you handle other things later in life.
‘Fit to Practise’ Checks Raise Concerns Among Doctors
The government’s announcement that all doctors in the UK will be regularly checked to ensure they are fit ...
October 24, 2012
Nervous-System Damage From the Sky
Chemtrails rain aluminum nanoparticles on man, beast, and land.
October 18, 2012
Menopause: a Disease or Natural Process?
The menopause is a natural transitional process, which usually affects women from their mid forties onwards.
October 9, 2012
Tales From the Practice of Medicine: Lack of Forbearance Can Ruin Health
A patient whom I will call Rita came to me to treat her Parkinson’s disease. In traditional Chinese ...
October 4, 2012
Move of the Week: Single-Leg Squat
Unilateral work is when you work one side of your body at a time. Many exercises work the ...
September 29, 2012
Water Fluoridation Affects Children’s IQ
A report from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), says that the use of fluoride causes a ...
September 28, 2012
New Hope for Migraine Misery
A new handheld treatment promises hope for migraine sufferers, according to research presented at a headache conference in ...
September 26, 2012
Move of the Week: Seated Glute Stretch
This is the perfect stretch to accompany last week’s exercise, bottom circles. I’m assuming you have all been ...
September 16, 2012
Using Flower Essences With Children
Flower essences address a full spectrum of childhood issues. Tantrums, food allergies, bed wetting, and learning disabilities.
September 12, 2012
Smokers Urged to Quit for a Month
The new government campaign "Stoptober" urging 8 million smokers in England to kick the habit together for one ...
September 11, 2012
Are you ready for a serious glute workout? Bottom circles are one of the best bottom-workout moves. You ...
September 6, 2012
Trump Says Mueller Report Should Be Made Public
Kentucky Governor Signs Bill Banning Abortion on Basis of Race, Sex, Disability
Supreme Court Reviews Role of Race in Death Penalty Case
Trump Scoffs at Democratic Calls to Pack Supreme Court, Abolish Electoral College
Trump, Nadler War Looms on Executive Privilege, Mueller Report
Ford Adds Production of Electric Vehicles at Second North American Site
Trump: ISIS Will Be ‘Gone by Tonight’
El Paso Border Crosser Apprehensions Up 500 Percent, Over 400 Caught in 5 Minutes
West Virginia’s Attorney General Sues Diocese for ‘Knowingly’ Employing Pedophiles
Nebraska Is Underwater: 74 Cities, 65 Counties Under State of Emergency