April 13, 2016

Five tips for creating and reinforcing healthy habits

Five tips for creating and reinforcing healthy habits by Victoria Bowmann, Ph.D. —  Spring is a time for looking and feeling our best so we can enjoy the temperate weather before the summer heat arrives. Let us look at what we can do to be successful since knowledge without action will not get us very […]

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Employing life skills for weight-loss motivation

Employing life skills for weight-loss motivation by Karen R. Koenig —  You may think food is your main problem, but it is not. Rather, food is the misguided solution to your real difficulties and, over the years, misguided eating has morphed into a whopper unto itself. The truth is, your problem is that you never […]

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Ending addiction

Ending addiction by Alan Charles —  As a recovering addict, I am often asked what advice I have for other addicts, loved ones of addicts or people in the recreational stage of drug use. Here are my top three suggestions: 1. Do not be afraid to ask for help. Help is often one of the […]

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Sweet Chestnut for deep despair

Sweet Chestnut for deep despair by Linda M. Crider —  Many of the 38 flower remedies included in Dr. Edward Bach’s healing system were designed to restore emotional balance to specific personality types. There are some, however, that gently diffuse temporary, unpleasant situations or passing moods. One of these is the remedy of Sweet Chestnut […]

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The secret that helped me become a bestseller

The secret that helped me become a bestseller by Kim Staflund — When Australian television producer Rhonda Byrne released The Secret in 2006, it inspired millions of people across the world and from all walks of life, and I was one of them. I read Byrne’s books and then researched others who had success, as […]

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Embracing the story lens of life

Embracing the story lens of life by Kim Schneiderman —  Every life is an unfolding story, a dynamic, unique, purposeful and potentially heroic story with bright spots, turning points and abounding opportunities for personal growth and transformation. From the day we are born, we become the star and spin doctor of our own work in […]

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Acupuncture can help with weight loss

Acupuncture can help with weight loss by Sheri Singer —  According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (2009-2010), two out of every three American adults are overweight or obese. As Americans gear up to watch what they eat and hit the gym, the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine® (NCCAOM) may […]

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What to serve for dinner on a cold, dark night

What to serve for dinner on a cold, dark night by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  Soup can be an easy answer to that “what-to-serve” problem on a cold, dark night. After you have put on your heaviest sweater and hunkered down to prepare a meal that is simple, filling and will warm your heart and […]

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What is the best immune supplement to take in 2016?

What is the best immune supplement to take in 2016? by Debbie Williams —  If you can only take one supplement, in my opinion, beta glucan is the big winner. Our bodies are in dire need of help because we eat poor quality food and follow an unhealthy diet. We have stress, impure water and […]

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Creating real abundance in life

Creating real abundance in life by Aleya Dao —  One of the great spiritual scams is how to create financial abundance in your life. Throughout the ages, spiritual “teachers” have promoted themselves and their ideas by claiming “the secret” to manifesting abundance, financial security and wealth. Of course, most of the followers who are sucked […]

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Treating the elusive MARConS infection

Treating the elusive MARConS infection by Dr. Nicholas Meyer —  Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, a medical doctor from Pokomoke, Maryland, is an outside-of-the-box thinker. He has almost single-handedly awakened the medical community to the problem of “water intrusions” in the body, which can lead to mold(s) forming where the intrusion occurs, and then moving into your […]

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Alleviate seasonal affective disorder with vitamin D

Alleviate seasonal affective disorder with vitamin D by Karen Langston —  Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression that occurs during the fall and winter months when sunshine is reduced. The cause is unknown but can be treated with phototherapy (a type of bright light), antidepressants and supplementation, including vitamin D. When it comes […]

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Miraculous healing can really happen

Miraculous healing can really happen by Tobin Blake —  Do you believe in miraculous healings? When his doctors told him he was going to die, the first thing I said to my friend Jordan Young was, “With love, all things can be healed.” The cancer, which started in his lymph system, had by this point […]

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