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Toxic environmental exposure as COVID-19 risk factor – Issue

Mentioned in the attention focused on COVID-19 are contributing factors that make an individual more at risk for experiencing serious symptoms. In most cases specific diseases are included on a list of these factors: hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, immune compromised status, cancer, and obesity. However, some lists also include environment exposures to toxic substances that negatively impact your immune system. To protect against the latter, we rely on a product’s ingredients label and the efforts of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to identify any chemicals that might pose a potential risk. Therefore, it was alarming last … Continue Reading →

The Doctor and the Patient: Relationship, Partnership or Marriage? – Article

The word “patient” actually means “submissive sufferer.” In your relationship with your doctor, do you consider yourself to be a patient or a partner in your healthcare?

The article link below explains how doctors can create a better relationship with those they serve and how medical education shapes future physicians abilities to be compassionate.

Discover how great your relationship with your physician can be.

Article Link: The Doctor and the Patient: Relationship, Partnership or Marriage byBernard Siegel, MD

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Health Benefits of Cabbage – Video

Raw or cooked, heart healthy cabbage can be quick and easy to prepare.

In the video below follow the simple preparation tips that ensure optimal taste and texture.

Video Link: Health Benefits of Cabbage with Karen Roth, Holistic Nutritionist

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Versatility of stem cells

“Adult stem cells, especially those found in bone marrow, are a powerful therapeutic modality. Whether they work their healing and restorative “magic” because they engraft and transdifferentiate or differentiate into specific cell types, or secrete paracrine and other factors, or both, the fact is that they get the job done.” from a Townsend Letter research article, “Healing with Stem Cells: My Journey” by David A. Steenblock, MS, DO.

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For Patients and Caregivers Who Feel Overwhelmed – Article

Are you the caregiver feeling frustrated, overwhelmed or over-extended by the person or situation you are responsible for? Is your own wellness on the line here? OR Are you the person requiring the medical assistance or medical nurturing?The article link below provides you questions to ask yourself and your caregiver to really evaluation your present situation. Just because a situation seems helpless now does not mean it needs to stay that way.

We all have the ability to make changes and choices that are good and healthy for us. The time to start discovering that is now. You can do … Continue Reading →

Bring Mother Nature into your kitchen

Would anybody consider irrigating a plant with anything but water and expect it to live? Would anyone pour a liquid other than gasoline into the gas tank of their car and expect it to run? The answer is obvious. We care for our plants and vehicles by “feeding” them with what supports their health and performance. Yet unfortunately, too many of us, think nothing of putting into our bodies foods and beverages that do not belong there and are detrimental to our health and pocketbooks.

Someone once said: “Eat right, exercise, die anyway!” Indeed, all of us have to die … Continue Reading →

Headache and Pain Relief Acupressure Points – Video

How many of the acupressure points to relieve headaches do you know?

In the video below learn several of these acupressure points for relieving headaches. Some also help with mental stress, uptightness, frustration, irritability, neck stiffness, and fibromyalgia.

Be alert to the benefits when energy is flowing through your body.

Video Link: Headache & Pain Acupressure Points with Michael Reed Gach, PhD

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Accessing Our Inner Observer Part C

Finding Emotions and Releasing in Our Body

Another tool for letting go is to note where you feel your emotions in your body. Different ones might show up in different places. Often people who are distressed are not aware of their body, yet their body is giving them valuable information about the situation. Personally, my tension generally goes into my shoulders. If I am very tense I can also get heartburn or feel like my stomach is in a knot. I have worked with patients who had various physical symptoms of anxiety.

Asthma, for example, is widely acknowledged, even among … Continue Reading →

Overcoming Alzheimer – Article

Wally Decker’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis was devastating for him. He felt defeated and had been told that nothing had been found to cure the disease. With the help of his psychotherapist, he was placed in the Suggestive Therapeutics Treatment and Protocol.

The article link below describes how acceptance into the program, and the daily affirmations Wally received opened his mind to healing possibilities.

Learn how this challenging prognosis was turned into a better understanding of self and ultimately to a reversal of the original diagnosis.

Article Link: Overcoming Alzheimer’s: A New Life For Wally by Barbara Derrick, PhD

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Balance, Stress, and Optimal Health – Video

Dr. Miller offers you a deeper understanding of how the mind and body can work in harmony to produce healing, balance and wellness.
In the video link below learn how this deeper understanding can help you to reclaim your inborn personal wisdom and integrate with the scientific knowledge and techniques of modern medicine.

Enjoy the benefits of uniting the seemingly disparate fields of knowledge and experience.

Video Link: Balance, Stress, and Optimal Health with Emmett Miller, MD

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