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Doctors found most anti-depressant are useless

Almost 35 years ago American drug regulators approved Prozac, the first in a series of blockbuster antidepressants known as selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors ( ssris ). Prozac and its cousins were lauded by patients and doctors as miracle drugs. They lifted low moods quickly and seemed to have no drawbacks. Divorce, bereavement, problems at ...
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RAD | Individual Growth

What if we could adopt an Agile and Lean approach to grow our children, and to support teens and adults to live a better life in harmony with others? RAD (Resolve, Amplify, and Deploy) is a model of individual growth, that can be used with individuals from 6 and above. RAD helps to do more with less, and to develop a positive attitude with life, by...
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Lose Weight, and how to Enjoy Fasting with L-CAT

Did I hear enjoy? Are you kidding me? Enjoy is probably tough to swallow when it comes to fasting, but stay with me to the end, and you'll probably find something interesting on how to lose weight  the smart way.   First let's put down few facts, as a guide for our discussion: 1. Eating is not just biochemistry, for most people ...
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Why we keep on gaining weight (again)

A recent study conducted on more than 1 million people in Sweden, found that those who have had their appendix removed, are 20% less likely to develop Parkinson's disease. The connection between the large intestine and the brain, which seems unexpected in modern medicine, is quite familiar to a qualified Iridologist, and it seems to support the hol...
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Sesame seeds and Walnuts.

George Mateljan Foundation ​  Sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate, very small, and crunch to many Asian dishes. They are also the main ingredients in tahini (sesame seed paste) and the wonderful Middle Eastern sweet call halvah. They are available throughout the year. Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man. They are hi...
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If a person doesn’t want to take medication forever, can Eastern medical treatments be an alternative?

by Susan Young Rojahn  Elias Konstantopoulos gets spotty glimpses of the world each day for about four hours, or for however long he leaves his Argus II retina prosthesis turned on. The 74-year-old Maryland resident lost his sight from a progressive retinal disease over 30 years ago, but is able to perceive some things when he turns on the bio...
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What about gray hair?

By Mary Bates ​ Far from science fiction, brain-machine interfaces present a glimpse of the future of technologies powered by thought. Devices that convert brain activity from algorithm to action are giving those who are unable to speak or use their limbs independence once again. 'The Woman Who Drank the Coffee' In 2012, Cathy Hutchinson became kno...
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Prosthetic Engineering - Overview

US Department of Veteran Affairs,   Center for Limb Loss and MoBility  Our aim is to improve prosthetic prescription by investigating the efficacy of prosthetic components used in current clinical practice and by developing novel approaches to improve the current standard of care. Our amputee-centric research encompasses improving pa...
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How is cancer research related to Kids and junk food ?

By Ian Birrell - The Guardian John Nhial was barely a teenager when he was grabbed by a Sudanese guerrilla army and forced to become a child soldier. He spent four years fighting, blasting away on guns almost too heavy to hold, until one day the inevitable happened: he was seriously injured, treading on a landmine while he was on morning patrol. "I...
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How do I become a holistic health practitioner?

PMI.org  According to Albert Mehrabian there are three elements in face to face communications: words, tone of voice and body language. These three elements account differently for our liking for the person who puts forward the message: words account for 7%, tone of voice accounts for 38%, and body language accounts for 55% of the liking. This...
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How to Stop Negative Thoughts From Polluting Your Mind

Results Empowerment  Thoughts can sometimes be difficult to manage, especially when it comes to negative ones. Often, when we begin to think negatively about something or someone, we're taken into a downward vortex that's very hard to come out of. There are so many things you can be negative about. Negative about yourself, for example, you can...
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