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65 results for 'medicine'

Overcome Your Phobias, With Past Life Regression Therapy

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Aug 13, 2008


Medications create toxicity in the body. Their use in serious ailments has been proved it can only symptomatically cure a problem. Reduce the discomfort, eradicate the germs and incise a tumor as it can’t cure it in most cases. I do not refute the importance of medicine but in my years of practice in the field of psychiatry I can say that if the person does not learn to effectively manage the mind the body will go on a riot and create many psychosomatic problems. The wonderful book of research by Lawrence LeSha on cancer patients indicates that when the... (more)

Tags: new york, medicine, music

The X-files: I Want To Believe

By DLFerguson, published on Aug 6, 2008

...the show’s end. They’ve both resigned from The FBI but Mulder is still wanted by them on unspecified charges. They’re apparently living together and while Mulder stays at home clipping out stories about Bigfoot and UFO sightings, Scully has returned to her first love: medicine which she practices at a Catholic hospital. She’s become emotionally involved with one case: a young boy with an apparently incurable brain disease. Scully refuses to give up on the boy and plans to use an experimental stem cell procedure to try and cure him. But that’s put on ... (more)

Tags: baseball, movie, medicine

One Cent, One Community

By Lumiere, published on Aug 4, 2008

...thirty minutes of quiet reflection for the sake of my own sanity and peace of mind.What came up for mewhiledepartingthe space of silence and solitude,was the memory ofa story mygrandmother told me years ago. It was a storyabout a young reporter who went to an indian reservation to interview a medicine man. When the reporter arrived to the reservation he had expected to seea medicine man living in an elaborate tepee decorated with tribal drawings, but instead there was only anold, dirtymobile home in the middle of the forest. Hesitantly, the reporter walked toward the mobile home andknocked... (more)

Tags: new york, medicine, police

Fred Flinstone Vitamins Illegal?

By Lumiere, published on Jun 24, 2008

... will make ALL organic, natural foods, (medicinal) herbs and nutritional supplements ILLEGAL IN THE US AND WORLDWIDE! THEY WILL BE CLASSIFIED IN THE SAME MANNER AS CANNABIS, HEROIN, COCAINE, CRACK, LSD, METH AMPHETAMINE, ETC. It will effect any profession that deals with nutrition, herbs, food, medicine, etc. CODEX requires that it is mandatory for all cattle to be treated with Monsantos Bovine Growth Hormone, locally and internationally. Every animal with fins, feet or feathers is mandated to be treated with anti-biotics and the Monsantos Bovine Growth Hormone. Most interesting of all is... (more)

Tags: medicine

If There's Not A Mess On The Floor, You Ain't Cookin'?

By Crowbar, published on May 26, 2008

...sensation, because while nobody likes to cook, everybody loves to eat. We wouldn’t be the fattest nation in the world if we didn’t like food. We wouldn’t spend money on gym memberships we never use, weight equipment gathering dust in the corner, and health products gathering dust in the medicine cabinet if we didn’t want to lose weight so that we could eat some more.

Let’s face the truth: we love food, but we don’t like to prepare it.

For those of us who do love to prepare food, and I’m not talking about those of us who think Betty Crocker and the Gorton’s... (more)

Tags: venice beach, medicine, california, traffic, broowaha

Sex And The Sleeping Pill

By J.D. Howard, published on Apr 26, 2008

...My favorite part of modern day television is all the commercials for the multitude of cure-everything-that-ails-you medications. Considering all the disclaimers and listings of possible side effects, I often wonder if death itself would be a welcome alternative to the downside of modern medicine. Do overpaid ad executives sit in corner offices and think up new ways to scare the public? Or does the lack of fresh air and sunshine deceive them into thinking that the collective I.Q. of their target audience hovers somewhere within the range of Forrest Gump?

Consider the following... (more)

Tags: medicine, sex

By Geddy, published on Feb 23, 2008

...scared enough to get myself to an emergency room and unbelievably fortunate to be the only patient there at the time. I explained to the nurse what I thought was the problem and my suspicions were immediately confirmed. She told me this was the absolute classic reaction to discontinuing this medicine suddenly and to expect it to last a while longer. I was prescribed some anti-anxiety meds along with different, less effective, pain pills and after a few hours sent on my way. It has been seven days now and I feel about ninety-five percent like my old self. My depressed, ADHD'd, bi-polar... (more)

Tags: medicine

A tribute to the dead Poets that still live in their deaths.

By Dany Bachir, published on Feb 23, 2008

...hidden in each one of us. It’s just a matter of finding it and enjoying all the beauty that comes with it.John Keating says:“ We don't read and write poetry because it's cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.Living the life that we were given is a blessing and an enjoyable ride. With all the good and bad experiences we encounter. The "whole" makes ... (more)

Tags: medicine, environment

Yes, But What Does He Mean "change"?

By D. E. Carson, published on Feb 22, 2008

...extensive damage. Freedom and independence and democracy is on the rise. I'm sure there is a way to blame Bush for it, but since I'm not a liberal conspiracy theorist, I can't think of one.

Is it Obama's plan for universal health care that makes him so special? Nope. Socialized medicine is a zero sum game for everyone involved. No one can afford government health care, so it can't be that.

So what are we left with? Well, what major accomplishments has Obama brought to fruition since he has been in the senate? Anyone? Anyone? (Bueller? Bueller?) I'm sorry to... (more)

Tags: iraq, medicine, obama

Babies By Design. The Future Of Eugenics.

By Jen, published on Jan 9, 2008 All worthy endeavors in my book.

If you do decide to go, the program which begins at 9:30am and concludes at 1:00pm will include the following speakers:

Edward R.B. McCabe, Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Human Genetics, David Geffen School of Medicine, and Bioengineering, Henry Samuel School of Engineering and Applied Science at UCLA will discuss the science of reproductive cloning followed by Lisa Nash who with her husband Jack Nash successfully used the expanding field of genetic screening to have a second child whose cord blood was used... (more)

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