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Heart Attack?

Written by Dr. Tony Jensen The American Heart Association instructs that “typical” heart attack… [read more]

Heart Attack? Heart Attack?

Restless Leg Syndrome

New Data on Causes and Solutions Written by Martin Rutherford, D.C., C.C.S.T., C.F.M.P. and Randall… [read more]

Restless Leg Syndrome Restless Leg Syndrome

Vitamin A: Treatment of Disease

By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD Blindness The leading cause of blindness in the world is xerophthalmia,… [read more]

Vitamin A: Treatment of Disease Vitamin A: Treatment of Disease

Reducing Cancer-Associated Fatigue

What Can Be Done? Written by Robert A. Eslinger, D.O., H.M.D Cancer-associated fatigue is one of the… [read more]

Reducing Cancer-Associated Fatigue Reducing Cancer-Associated Fatigue

Spot Emotional Manipulation and Refuse to Play Along!

Written By June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | What is emotional manipulation anyway? Manipulation is… [read more]

Spot Emotional Manipulation and Refuse to Play Along! Spot Emotional Manipulation and Refuse to Play Along!

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Heart Attack?

Written by Dr. Tony Jensen The American Heart Association instructs that “typical” heart attack symptoms come on slowly, with only mild pain or discomfort. Often, because we are unsure as to what … [Read More...]

Book Reviews

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The MindBody Prescription

HEALING THE BODY, HEALING THE PAIN By Dr. John Sarno, M.D. Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings By June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | In 1990, Dr. John Sarno wrote a best-selling book entitled Healing … [Read More...]

Our Popular Articles

Winter Dehydration

by Shelby Molchan | It is as important to recognize signs of dehydration in the cold weather months, as it is during the warmer weather. Dehydration in winter is perhaps more common than in summer; due to the fact that we are not as active, hot or sweaty, so we tend to not feel as […]

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Ginger

By Erina Fischer | A popular addition to sweet and spicy dishes, ginger (zingiber officinale) is a spice native to China and India, with use documented as far back as 650 A.D.  Referenced in the writings of Confucius, ginger has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries and has been popular in Western Europe since […]

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Avoiding the Psychopath

Written by Andy Drymalski, Ed.D. | You live in the age of the psychopath. In this age, the values of love, honesty, commitment and integrity are increasingly rare. More and more, individuals are treated like the interchangeable or easily replaced parts of a machine. This is true not just in the areas of business and […]

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BLUEberry Delights

By Lois M Ehlers Enjoy the amazing and ever-so-healthful blueberry, adorned on this issue’s cover – here are two recipes to get you started! Blueberry Crepes Makes 12 Crepes: All organic ingredients You will need – 1 ½-cups Flour      (Hodgson Mill Natural) 1 Tbs. Sugar ½ tsp. Baking Powder ¼ tsp. Sea Salt […]

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EDITOR’S LETTER

After a year of political upheaval, tragic death and broken innocence, it is time for reflection; moments of silence and deeper thought. We desperately need a peaceful new beginning. Help your city, state and country become filled with joy and pride once again. Take each new day and every breath you inhale with a sense […]

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Soil Satisfaction

Written by Craig Witt and     Mark O’Farrell, Soil Council Tough economic times are when the garden becomes most valuable.  Robert Rodale sums it up quite eloquently, “so the best fall-back possession is not gold, but a large garden and a pantry full of home-produced food.” Dr. Arden Andersen further describes the value of […]

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Maca

Written By Allison Prater | “Maca provides sustained physical energy, mental acuity, and enhances the function of the immune system”. Sometimes referred to as the “Peruvian Ginseng,” Lepidium Meyenii is an herbaceous biennial plant native to the Andes of Peru and is most commonly known as Maca. Traditionally grown at altitudes as high as 14,800 […]

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Earth’s Last Victim

Written By Ffjorren Zolfaghar (in high school) | Drink it. Drink it, ‘til every bit is gone. Taste the burning flesh? Touch the bubbling brook of the Earth. It is Earth’s blood, life, richness of humanity. It is life that gives and feeds upon life. What is in this translucent blood? Does it stain our […]

Drugless Alternatives for Cold and Flu Season

by Zane Tobin, HHP, EMT | Well you guessed it; it’s that time of year again. The time when all the cold and flu viruses like to stay indoors where its warm and cozy and where they can infect the unsuspecting, you. There are more than 200 different viruses that can cause the collection of […]

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Kids Corner

Written By Ariana Purcell | I always get ready for spring in the month of March! We start seeing signs of the coming season throughout the month and “Spring Fever” hits my school, or so my teachers say! I am guessing the drama and arguing might happen even more because of it, but hey, its […]