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Making Sense Of Organic Food Labeling by elizabethrider Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 12:00am Digg Digg Making sense of organic food labeling can be a challenge. And the truth is that many consumers don’t understand the significance of the USDA Organic label. The good news is that since October 2002, the following guidelines were established by the United States Department of Agricult ... Read on »
Electrosmog, Cell Phones, and Cancer.... Oh My! by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 2:18pm By Emily Stephens “The Earth is being engulfed in electrosmog!” Arthur Firstenberg is one of the growing number of electromagnetic hypersensitive (EHS) people who suffer physical and psychological symptoms reportedly caused by electromagnetic fields. Imagine terrible headaches, nausea, or heart arrhythmia whenever being nea ... Read on »
Electrosmog, Cell Phones, and Cancer.... Oh My! by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:12pm By Emily Stephens “The Earth is being engulfed in electrosmog!”Arthur Firstenbergis one of the growing number of electromagnetic hypersensitive (EHS) people who suffer physical and psychological symptoms reportedly caused by electromagnetic fields. Imagine terrible headaches, nausea, or heart arrhythmia whenever being near Wi-Fi, a computer, a ... Read on »
What's in your vaccine? by Carol Yeh-Garner Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 01 Sep 2008 7:16pm Do you know what is in your child's vaccination? Do you know how they even test them to make sure they are safe? The government's own data collection at Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System: VAERS.org is informative. By 2007, the *government* fund had paid out $1.8 billion in damages to 1500 individuals and/or parents for vaccine injuries, i ... Read on »
Jewelry Organization by Kelly @Leafy Not Beefy Posted Thu 10 Jan 2013 10:50am Leave a Comment I am not a very organized person.   One area that I’m trying to improve.  Perhaps it’s a stubborn streak in me, but I don’t want to be told how to organize…I want to figure it out in my own way and in a way that makes sense [to me].  If you are a naturally organized, linear-thinking person, you may feel there is only one way to ... Read on »
A Return to Common Sense, Tom Mullen, D-feat Cancer, Organic Obesity & More on The Robert Scott Bell Show April 12, 2011 by RSBell Posted Mon 11 Apr 2011 10:03pm Tom Mullen, author of “A Return to Common Sense: Reawakening Liberty in the Inhabitants of America” joins me for a candid discussion of parental rights, Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, Social Security, the welfare/warfare state and more! I first met Tom at Nullify Now in Orlando last year. He is incredibly insightful ... Read on »
Book Review: Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses by wheresthebox Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Mar 2011 2:00pm Title: Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses: The Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide Author: John Taylor, PhD, with illustrations by Lynda Farrington Wilson Length: 110 pages Genre: Nonfiction Publisher/Date: Sensory World, 2011 Source: Review copy I was instantly drawn to this book with its colorful pages and fun illustratio ... Read on »
Awakening the Inner Sense – Some Methods and Meditation Objects by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 10:09pm From article:  Awakening the Inner Sense – Some Methods and Meditation Objects, By Floco Tausin. What we know as our weekday is a tide of miscellaneous information which we receive with our five senses and put together to an integral picture in the brain. The sense organs are the gates of our body – they connect the outside world with t ... Read on »
My Desk, My Enemy: 6 Helpful Ways to Get Organized by Dan Lukasik Posted Sat 30 Apr 2011 11:26am I spend time – too much it – trying to keep my desk in check.  Like a taciturn child, it erupts with tantrums of disorganization. The fact that it’s a mess today seems unfair, as if a hole suddenly formed in the ceiling above me and dropped a cache of briefs, case opinions and half-used legal pads onto my workspace.  I shuff ... Read on »
A Clowning Achievement by Dr. Virginia S. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:28am The Lyme Times Volume 30 http://lymetimes.org/archives/LT31.PDF by Virginia Sherr The woman sitting with me one day in 1996 was outwardly a picture of youthful haute couture. In actuality, when she spoke, I could see she was an anxious, middle-aged waif of a person appearing more like a hunted/haunted zombie. She was in my psychiatri ... Read on »