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Health for Profit

By DKIdea, published on Nov 11, 2012

I think the title of this post says it all...but for those that don’t realize and understand the standard by which we all live under...the complete “industry” health has become, you need not remain ignorant as we are about to take a trip down a particularly unpleasant rabbit hole.

I’d like to say that I remember the good old days, but they were good and gone by the time I showed up on the scene. I heard about a time when doctors cured and treated ailments because they took an oath to do so...not because it was profitable. I’m not saying doctors shouldn’t get paid...I think they should,... (more)

Tags: healthcare, medicine, health, business, cancer, society, lifestyle, alternative medicine

Freedom of Health

By DKIdea, published on Nov 5, 2012

...that could potentially be fatal...for a condition that is nonfatal?*

I didn’t think so either...and proceeded to do my own research into the subject. If you’re reading this and take only one thing from this post, let it be this...take control and responsibility for your own health. My research uncovered many treatments for ringworm that were natural and very much nonfatal. Established medical practice may scoff at the homeopathic approach, but I’m an advocate of anything that works effectively and efficiently.

I used three alternatives in addition to the... (more)

Tags: health, drugs, garlic, doctor, alternative, fungus

The Heart Truth

By Angie Alaniz, published on Jun 12, 2012

...or being overweight—can double our risk for heart disease.

Too many women are dying!

Please help spread the word among your Mothers, sisters, aunties, and girlfriends and pay attention to the warning signs and your body.

Bring down your risk by:

Never smoking Eat a healthy diet Manage chronic conditions. Include physical activity in your daily routine. Maintain a healthy weight. Limit alcohol Manage stress.

Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections but instantly set about remedying them -- every day begin the task anew." ~Saint Francis de ... (more)

Tags: health, awareness, heart disease, no.#1 killer, american women

Dreaming? Goal setting? Or manifesting?

By Jennifer Stone, published on May 30, 2012

Dreams, people anyalsis them all the time. You can buy books, have your dreams heard by a person with a gypsy look having an answer to your own problems.

Yes, we go to tarot card readers. We put our faith into the palm readers do we ever hold much attention into whether it is true. Whether it is our imagination or whether it will ever happen. Could we put it as a goal and strive for it. Or does our subconscious mind take these readings or half beliefs and turn them into our future.

Many of you will think it is all hogwash, we can't steer our subconscious minds. However with... (more)

Tags: health, dreams, santa, sickness, tarot cards, mindfulness, goal setting, manifesting, wish, easter bunny, thanks giving, hand reading, palm reading, act and grow rich

Heal with your mind! TAKe CoNTRoL

By Jennifer Stone, published on May 26, 2012

Thunder down Under

What a name, exactly who I am.

If you have LOvE, LiFE on shaky ground, then you may need to learn how to

TAKe CoNTRoL through different techniques which all can work individually or through the series of books each technique will be talked about in deepth.

Have you felt, life is worthless? Why continue on, if you have hit the wall. Found out you had cancer, and your whole life flashed before you.

Most people at some stage through their lives hit the wall. It maybe the wall of success, it could be never thought it would or could happen... (more)

Tags: health, cancer, alcohol, drugs, self esteem, take control, nicotine, heal with the mind, mindfulness, self confidence

Drugs is it a crime? Or is nicotine worse!

By Jennifer Stone, published on May 10, 2012

...seen the tragedy from a mothers love to her daughter, then to the grandchild that is brought up without the right Mum it is just a tragedy of the life that is destroyed from the drugs that are allowed to be bought more than what people really need.

Adding to the problems to society, by governments controlling the substances the amount of problems and health issues will be controlled and lessen on our society.

The same problems from nicotine? Health costs, cancer, families destroyed. Children being brought up without Mothers and Fathers.

Drugs are in the crossfire.

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Tags: health, drugs, cigarettes, laughter, take control, nicotine

Protecting Your Health While Flying

By The Savvy Passenger, published on May 5, 2012

A recent health scare on a Chicago airport tarmac last month has heighten awareness about a daily occurrence that typically goes by unnoticed and ignored: the spread of infectious disease by airline travelers.

Last month, a female passenger who had just returned from a visit to Africa had broken out in hives and the condition had gotten progressively worse since leaving the nation of Ghana. By the time the regional jet had arrived at Midway airport, the local airport fire department had surrounded the plane and the Centers for Disease Control had been notified of the possible... (more)

Tags: health, travel, airlines, public, airline travel

Author Tackles Her Food vs. Fashion Dilemma...and Wins!

By Jacquie Somerville, published on Apr 27, 2012

For years, Vancouver writer Jacquie Somerville wrestled with her two conflicting passions: food and fashion, and the resulting issues with weight, body image, and self worth. As many women can attest, it’s a real dilemma trying to reconcile Dolce & Gabbana with dulce de leche, and Marc Jacobs with mousse cake. But Jacquie, an admitted fashion and food addict, manages to bring these two passions together in My Fat Little Rule Book.

“I wrote My Fat Little Rule Book as a guide for myself, and it contains the 15 rules that allowed me to finally achieve my goal weight,” said Jacquie.... (more)

Tags: fashion, health, exercise, food, weight loss, diet, diet plan, foodie, fashionista

Firewall to a Farewell

By p.d.adams, published on Mar 29, 2012

It should have been an ongoing no go, a seafaring from afar, lasers adrift with one passive eye at the watch, the other barely containing her furions, the most furious of ions.

Her impersonal inferred, infrared photon network continues to shine a light on known knowledge in breathtaking breakthroughs. She grows a leaner, cleaner hunger for far places, the ones that remain as nameless bounty, uncharted beauty.

She is surprised by her laser, to a certain point, as she comes upon an image of memory.

Is it an invention? An old war field? An arrangement of a bout between …what?... (more)

Tags: environment, fiction, health, green, death, society, culture, adventure, event, science fiction, technology, mystery, diet, sci fi, drama, online, digital, revenge, anonymous, ecology, ultraviolet

Angels of Entanglement

By p.d.adams, published on Mar 20, 2012

She captures images of lemmings attacking yaks in sack races, pilgrims strapping peaches onto the drums of war. Is it a new push to the limits by theNetwork for purity--purity for the old history?

It was, it seems, the jobs they took--a myth cemented as the ideal springboard. Prefrontals measured and fitted for new thinking. The kind of artificial being theHumans allowed--to join the workaday world for acceptance, being acceptable inside the watchtowers.

She doesn't seem to care much about the [fashion online religion medical event="for_me"] society. She doesn't care about iterations... (more)

Tags: religion, environment, politics, health, green, angels, death, business, society, culture, women, adventure, motherhood, science fiction, technology, history, sci fi, android, quantum, ecology, biobot

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