Forgiveness is one of the best tools we have to protect ourselves from further harm, both mentally and physically.
At age 74, award-wining veteran journalist and accomplished writer, Tom Brokaw, stands among the sufferers of incurable multiple myeloma
‘Forgiveness is one of those ways where we wipe clean a major threat to our well-being. That causes the body to have more time to repair.’
Excercise, diet, overall health all effect Fibromyalgia suffers. Now research is showing that root cause may be in thyroid regulation.
The fatigue/nap response is a learned response in man and animal and far more widespread than one might think - it is a learned response to the helplessness of a situation
No more square pegs in round holes
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that February is a "time to show yourself love," by taking care of your heart.
Seymour Hoffman may have been a great actor. He may have even been a great person. For now, he is just another dead celebrity.
We’re not talking about insurance reform posing as health reform but honest-to-goodness changes in the way people take care of themselves.
According to Wikipedia, it is thought that the first American mass-produced valentines were created and sold in the 1800's by Massachusetts entrepreneur Esther Holland.
An increasing number of people would rather explore than ignore the relationship between prayer and healing.
New “sharing” can doubles the smiles, and halve the calories and negative effects of soda consumption
Penatropin shares five quick and easy tips to make life and sex better.
The patient had cobalt and chromium leaking into his bloodstream. Dr. Schaefer recognized this issue from an episode of “House."
WASHINGTON, February 4, 2014—Dr. Mitchell Shiffman of the Bon Secours Liver Institute of Virginia has declared, “there is no doubt we are on the verge of wiping out Hepatitis C.” Dr. Arthur Rubens entered into a clinical trial to test a new pill against Hepatitis C (Hep C) saying “taking it was a piece of ...
SAN DIEGO, February 4, 2014 — The world was astounded when beloved actor James Gandolfini died of a heart attack last year. At the age of 51, his life was suddenly cut short as he left behind his wife, his children, and multitudes of grieving fans. “The idea that a heart attack is ‘natural’ for ...
NEW YORK, February 3, 2014—Philip Seymour Hoffman probably had no clue he overdosed or an intent to die. Yet he, as so many others in the last 45 years, either scored too pure a quality of heroin or “booted” to much in one sitting. Even seasoned abusers get taken by surprise. Unfortunately, they are unaware ...
‘Chronic Resilience’ author Danea Horn embarks on a journey through the world of mind-body medicine in order to find an answer.
“If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking it’s stupid” –Albert Einstein WASHINGTON, February 1, 2014—The Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, The Psychiatric Times and The American Psychological Association, among many other studies and reports, suggest Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention ...
WASHINGTON, January 30, 2013—Back in the early 1960s, the songwriting/singing sensation The Everly Brothers scored a major hit with a song that opened with the lyrics; “Dream, dream, dream, dream, dream, dream, dream, dream.” Listeners had a good clue as to the topic of the song. The Everly Brothers certainly were not the first to ...