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If America is the most codependent culture on the planet, what is the turn-around?

BY DAVID RICKEY — Marriages, mortgages, and just-missed connections. In the annals of clinical psychology, the term “Co-Dependence” describes a relationship between 2 people where the well-being of one is perceived as dependent on the well-being of the other.

In other words: “I can’t be happy unless you are happy.” The subconscious subtext: “Your happiness ought to be secondary to my happiness.”

America’s narrative about itself reflects individualism, autonomy — and what Mel Gibson in the movie, Braveheart — and Ronald Reagan in office called, “freedom.”

The young Americans who occupy the Occupy movement say that they are neither politically nor economically free. And psychologists and spiritual teachers say that we are even less so, spiritually-speaking.

In fact, we are among the most codependent people on earth  both collectively and individually.

We can’t live without our music, movies, mobile devices, lovers, addictions  . . .

And as a group, we sure as hell can’t live like this without China  that is, the cheap goods in Walmart and Walgreens, or the daily $2 billion in cash that Chinese entrepreneurs and officials transfer here each day to finance our debts.

Are we individualists, or simply self-interested?

“Individualism” is actually self-gratification: “My happiness is all that matters, and others exist merely to insure and support my well-being.”

Look at individuals like Lehman’s Dick Fuld and AIG’s perfect tiny prick and “W” fundraiser, Hank Greenburg. People who propelled the 2008 financial crisis were primarily focused on their own profit in complete disregard of the effect of their intent on others — or what Greg Mankiw, Harvard professor and W’s ex-economic guru dubbed, an externality.

Micro-finance pioneer, on the other hand, Mohammad Yunus created a model called ”social business” that commits itself to positive externalities. Yunus argues that successful enterprises aren’t driven by generating a profit but by generating a social good or an improvement in psychic well-being. His modest proposal: end poverty globally.

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Decoding Codependency

The spiritual analog is that we are not really discreet, separate individuals. We are an organism that participate in a common fabric of being that we call consciousness.

The evolution of Consciousness has created human beings who are capable of self-reflection. This has given rise to an illusion of separateness, when its purpose was to evolve the ability to choose beyond instinctual responses. We now have the task of consciously recognizing our co-dependence on each other and on our environment so that we can make wiser choices that benefit the whole organism.

Michael Douglas says Gordon Gekko was wrong: Greed is not Good

The Karmic feedback we are now experiencing is “merely” the teaching we need to recognize the deeper truth of our co-dependence.

It is now painfully clear that no one’s actions are independent of others. Greed, Hoarding, exploitation of the surroundings, including other people, are instinctual needs, governed by “The survival of the fittest”.

When anyone seeks to meet only their own instinctual needs the consequence is that others invariably suffer. However the lesson we are being forced to learn is this: “My more spiritual needs can only be met when I focus my concern on the needs of others.”

David Rickey is an Episcopal priest and psychotherapist. His columns share real-life advice about relationships, personal purpose, and a deep-reading of prophets and contemporary seers. Follow David on Twitter.

 * Editor’s note:  We owe attribution to former U.S. president Richard Nixon (January, 1969 -- August, 1974) for the phrase in the headline. In 1971 he confessed, “I am now a Keynesian,” after his administration abandoned the gold standard. Variations of Nixon’s quote are cited today by conservatives like 2012 presidential candidate Ron Paul as an example of how Republicans have compromised economic policy and principles.

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Collect this idea There are some basic exterior design lessons that everyone should know about. Image Source: Cardello Architects While we all want a spectacular home that stands out amongst the rest; we also want a home
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Seattle’s First Certified Passive House: Modern Family Home Marrying Luxury and Sustainability
Collect this idea What you are about to visualize is the architecture and interior design of one of Washington State’s most energy efficient homes. Occupying 252 square meters in Seattle’s Madison Park neighborhood,
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Data on Serious Hospital Errors Will Now Be Withheld from the Public
By Dr. Mercola Harm and death caused by medical errors are a huge problem, and a major reason why the current, fatally flawed medical paradigm is in such desperate need of transformation. Preventable medical mistakes
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What Attracts Mosquitos and How to Repel Them 22 August 2014, 19.30 Health
What Attracts Mosquitos and How to Repel Them
By Dr. Mercola Summertime calls most of us to spend time outdoors, but this means we must share our space with mosquitoes. Scientists say that about one in five people are especially appetizing targets for the little
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9 Health Benefits of Cucumbers 22 August 2014, 19.30 Health
9 Health Benefits of Cucumbers
By Dr. Mercola Cucumbers belong to the same plant family as squash, pumpkin, and watermelon (the Cucurbitaceae family). Like watermelon, cucumbers are made up of mostly (95 percent) water, which means eating them on a hot
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Why Your Brain Needs a Garden 22 August 2014, 19.30 Health
Why Your Brain Needs a Garden
By Dr. Mercola Mirabel Osler, an English writer and garden designer, famously said: "There can be no other occupation like gardening in which, if you were to creep behind someone at their work, you would find them
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Vitamin D for Depression, Dementia, and Diabetes
By Dr. Mercola Vitamin D research has repeatedly shown that vitamin D can improve a number of brain disorders, including depression and dementia—the most devastating form of which is Alzheimer's disease. Vitamin D
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Are You Allergic to Rain? 22 August 2014, 19.30 Health
Are You Allergic to Rain?
By Dr. Mercola Dust mites, animal dander, molds, and pollen are among the most common environmental triggers of asthma attacks and allergy symptoms. For some, however, a spring or summer thunderstorm may lead to a flare-up
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Young coral won't move into smelly ocean neighborhoods
Deciding where to live is important for the continuation of marine species, and coral and fish have evolved so that they can identify polluted areas. Corals thrive in the marine protected area of Votua Village in Fiji, a
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The surprising reason hummingbirds love sweet stuff
Scientists want to know why hummingbirds have kept their sweet receptors when the rest of their winged cousins have lost them. Hummingbirds are constantly wavering between a sugar rush and starvation, and to find stability,
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How to see the Milky Way in the summer night sky
You'll need a clear and moonless sky away from the lights of nearby cities to catch even a glimpse of our home galaxy. The Milky Way shines over the Bumpass Hell parking area in Lassen Volcanic National Park on Aug. 2 in
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Is heat trapped in the ocean responsible for the global warming 'pause'?
A new study puts a lot of the focus on the Atlantic Ocean, but some scientists remain convinced that the Pacific has played a larger role. Where, oh where, is the planet's missing heat? In 1999, the feverish rise in Earth's
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Could virtual reality convert skeptics into environmentalists?
A new breed of virtual reality games promises to not just teach about the environment, but change people's behaviors too. Photo: Igor ZH/Shutterstock The New Forest National Park in England recently opened a Tech Creche, a
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No one, not even animals, can copyright animal selfies
The U.S. Copyright Office recently ruled that photos taken by animals belong in the public domain, but photographer David Slater argues there's more to his 'monkey selfie' than meets the eye. In 2011, British photographer David
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Why Italian Household Goods Are The Best Choice
Collect this idea This luxurious bedroom features a lot of Italian stylings and furnishings. Image Source: Exclusive Home Bath Amazing craftsmanship does not happen overnight. Rather, it evolves throughout decades. Skills
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Minimalist “Catch the Views House” Frames Nature’s Perfection with Charming Design Lines
Collect this idea When your home is known as the “Catch The Views House “, the sheer joy of living each day overlooking unique panoramic landscapes can be enough to motivate you in the morning. And when your home is
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Intriguing LASSO Lamp Showcasing A Powerful Minimalist Design
Collect this idea Designed by Quentin de Coster Design Studio for French company Cinna, LASSO lamp pays tribute to minimalism and functionality. As its name suggests, this unconventional lighting unit resembles a lasso, but
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Modern Residence With a Luminous Character in Singapore: 65BTP-House
Collect this idea ONG&ONG Pte Ltd. completed the design and development of 65BTP-House, a private residence with a luminous contemporary character in Singapore. The project is surrounded by a vast garden that converges
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Engaging DNA Bench By True Design Adding Appeal To Public Spaces
Collect this idea Inspired by the DNA molecule, Leonardo Rossano of True Design together with Debora Mansur developed an engaging furniture piece. The twisting DNA Bench is meant for public spaces, bringing a highly
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Should You Worry About an Ebola Outbreak in the US?
By Dr. Mercola For the third time in the history of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the agency has raised its level of emergency alertness to "Level 1"—this time in response to the Ebola virus,
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Good News: Gluten-Free, Low-Carb Paleo Diet Hits the Mainstream
By Dr. Mercola My book, The No Grain Diet, was published in 2003 and my clinical recommendation included eliminating gluten as a first line intervention before I would fine tune a patient’s diet. It’s taken well over
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Eat More Baked Fish 19 August 2014, 00.26 Health
Eat More Baked Fish
By Dr. Mercola Fish is often described as “brain food,” and that is largely because it contains omega-3 fats. Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA, an omega-3 fat, is an essential structural component of your brain.
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More Pesticides Coming to Our Food 19 August 2014, 00.26 Health
More Pesticides Coming to Our Food
By Dr. Mercola One of the “benefits” of genetically modified (GM) crops is supposed to be a significant reduction in the use of chemicals, such as highly toxic herbicides and pesticides. The idea, theoretically
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Chances of eruption increasing at Iceland volcano
An eruption at the remote Bardarbunga volcano doesn't immediately pose a risk to any Iceland communities but it could threaten European air travel routes. Bardarbunga and Hamarinn lie under the westernmost part of Vatnajökull.
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SpaceX video shows reusable rocket returning to Earth
The video will give SpaceX engineers useful data that could be applied to future tests and rockets. The launch of the Falcon 9 rocket in July. The rocket managed a smooth splashdown. (Photo: SpaceX/Wikimedia Commons) An
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Toothless pterosaurs once dominated the world's skies
Scientists aren't sure what happened during the Cretaceous period that resulted in a shift away from toothed pterosaurs. An artist's illustration of the Azhdarchid pterosaur species Quetzalcoatlus northropi. (Image: Mark Witton
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Weirdest worm ever? Clawed creature adds new branches to family trees
The Hallucigenia sparsa's spines links it to velvet worms, but it disrupts the evolutionary connections among worms and other arthropods. The fossil of the bizarre-looking worm Hallucigenia sparsa that lived some 505 million
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Richard III ate and drank like the king that he was
Ribs and teeth can provide insight into the types of food, wine and even pollution that people were exposed to during their lives. Richard III ruled England for just two years and two months before he was killed in battle in
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Watch a cosmonaut toss tiny satellite from International Space Station
In addition to deploying the Peruvian nanosatellite, the two Russian spacewalkers collected and installed science experiments. The small Peruvian Chasqui-1 nanosatellite (the green and black box toward the lower right) is seen
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White Loft Apartment With Lovely Views Near Stockholm’s Hammarby Lake
Collect this idea Lumafabriken is an old lamp and light bulb factory from the 1920 that was completely redesigned in 2010 by Oscar Properties into an  apartment building near Stockholm’s Hammarby Lake. This loft
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Inspiring Kitchen Makeover Adapted To A Family Of Six in Virginia, USA
Collect this idea A family of six relocated from California to Virginia and purchased a large home, but knew the kitchen area needed a total transformation. The homeowners had an aggressive timeframe and chose to work with
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This Doctor Changed His Life with Intermittent Fasting and High Intensity Exercise—You Can Too
By Dr. Mercola Is there such a thing as a fast diet? Dr. Michael Mosley, a physician like me, wrote a best-selling book on this subject, aptly called The Fast Diet: Lose Weight, Stay Healthy, and Live Longer with the Simple
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Reinventing Our Food System, One Small Farm at a Time
By Dr. Mercola As a physician, it's very obvious to me that the food we eat plays a major role in our health. As a result, the health of the general population can give us a pretty accurate picture of the nutritional status
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Trees Actually Lower Your Risk of Dying 17 August 2014, 01.18 Health
Trees Actually Lower Your Risk of Dying
By Dr. Mercola Outdoor air pollution is a serious environmental health risk linked to both chronic and acute health conditions, including stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,
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Study: “Healthy Obesity” Does Not Exist 17 August 2014, 01.18 Health
Study: “Healthy Obesity” Does Not Exist
By Dr. Mercola In the last decade, researchers have been exploring the paradox of “metabolically healthy” overweight or obesity, which describes people who are carrying excess weight without any of the
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Remarkable Home Overlooking a Golf Course in Arizona Where Life Unravels Differently
Collect this idea Traditional is one way to describe this home, fabulous is another. Overlooking golf course views across the fabulous property all the way to the horizon line beyond, the elegant mansion was imagined by
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Experience Raw Nature While In Your Comfort Zone: Casa Quebrada in Chile
Collect this idea Casa Quebrada in Curacaví, Santiago de Chile was envisioned and implemented by UNarquitectura and showcases a high level of originality. Located on the creek, elevated by pillars, the uncommon retreat is
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 Asymmetric House in Canada Flaunts Surprising Design Solutions for Modern Living
Collect this idea Beautifully integrated into the neighborhood while still managing to turn heads, this contemporary asymmetric house seems guarded by two trees at the entrance. Cladded in cedar, the home showcasing a
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Bold Intervention on a Provoking Steep Site: Waiatarua House in New Zealand
Collect this idea Waiatarua House in Auckland, New Zealand was developed by Hamish Monk Architecture on a provoking steep site. One of the design challenges was to insert a bold intervention into a sensitive bush reserve
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Distinguished Pair of Homes with Contemporary Appeal Collecting UK Coastline Panoramas
Collect this idea What you are about to see in detail is an outstanding pair of homes in the city of Poole, England, United Kingdom. We’ve seen a fair share of modern English homes shining and this duo makes its clear
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63% of Americans Actively Avoid Soda 15 August 2014, 18.25 Health
63% of Americans Actively Avoid Soda
By Dr. Mercola Americans are finally starting to realize the dangers of soda, with nearly two-thirds (63 percent) saying they actively try to avoid soda in their diet, a new Gallup poll revealed.1 This is a significant
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Investigation Finds Serious Flaws in Study That Served as Basis for Guideline Suspected of Killing Nearly a Million Europeans
By Dr. Mercola Investigations assessing the prevalence of scientific fraud and/or its impact show that the problem is widespread and serious—to the point of making most of "science-based" medicine a genuine joke.
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New Study Shows Bee Research Tainted by Corporate Funding
By Dr. Mercola Since 2006, US beekeepers have lost 10 million beehives, worth an estimated $2 billion.1 The monetary loss is staggering, but the losses to the food supply, which could soon be disastrous if bees keep
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Vitamin K Shot at Birth -- The Controversy Reignites
By Dr. Mercola The controversy surrounding vitamin K shots at birth recently surfaced when physicians at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt reported seeing a rise in late-onset vitamin K deficiency bleeding
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Will Drinking Diet Soda Help You Lose Weight? 15 August 2014, 18.25 Health
Will Drinking Diet Soda Help You Lose Weight?
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Mother's Fears Are Passed to Children Through Smell, Study Suggests
By Dr. Mercola Emotional trauma would seem, at face value, to be a highly individual experience, impacting primarily the person going through the ordeal. However, emotional trauma, fears, and phobias also impact people with
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Acetaminophen Overdose Is Far Easier Than You Might Think
By Dr. Mercola Tylenol has been featured in the news again, as its risks are becoming more widely acknowledged. Consumer Reports also criticized the US Food and Drug Administration is not doing enough to keep consumers safe
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The Terminators of the high seas: Lionfish's ruthless killing alarms scientists
The lionfish has proven a successful invasive species due to its venomous spikes, high rate of reproduction, and their willingness to eat everything in their path. In some places in the Atlantic Ocean, lionfish may be wiping
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NASA probe may've picked up interstellar dust bunnies
The biggest of the particles weighed only a trillionths of a gram, and it would take a trillion of them to fill an entire teaspoon. This false color image shows a diffraction pattern from the first interstellar dust candidate
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What is a red tide? 15 August 2014, 18.25 Living
What is a red tide?
Harmful algal blooms pop up nearly every summer along the nation's coasts, often turning the water an eerie red and creating problems for marine life and humans alike. We have a lot of reasons to thank algae. Running the gamut
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Whee! Whales and dolphins squeal with delight 15 August 2014, 18.25 Living
Whee! Whales and dolphins squeal with delight
Like some other animals, the aquatic creatures experience a dopamine surge to the brain after completing a task. Researchers originally thought the squealing sound was related to informing other animals that food was nearby.
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Explore the neon world of nudibranchs (Photos) 15 August 2014, 18.25 Living
Explore the neon world of nudibranchs (Photos)
If you think hummingbirds and butterflies are beautiful, then prepare to be amazed at this underwater fashion show. There are tiny jewels decorating the ocean in every part of the world. The jewels are nudibranchs, gastropod
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Flock of ancient 'butterfly-headed' pterosaurs discovered in bone bed
Based on the sediment around the bones, the winged dinosaurs thrived in an area was once a vast desert with a central oasis nestled between the sand dunes. A new species of flying reptile from the Cretaceous Era, Caiuajara
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Prolonged Sitting Can Lead to Depression and Other Mental Health Problems
By Dr. Mercola There is a growing scientific consensus that the more time you spend sitting, the shorter and less healthy your life may be. Excessive sitting, such as at a desk or in front of the TV, significantly impacts
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The Power of Your Mind 10 August 2014, 22.20 Health
The Power of Your Mind
By Dr. Mercola Asthma has been on the rise for decades and now impacts nearly 20 million Americans, or 8 percent of the population.1 If you have asthma, the airways in your lungs may narrow and swell, triggering coughing
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Osteopathic Medicine Is Gaining Recognition 10 August 2014, 22.20 Health
Osteopathic Medicine Is Gaining Recognition
By Dr. Mercola While many people are now aware that there are well-trained health care practitioners specializing in complementary medicine, many are still unaware that there are two kinds of allopathic physicians to choose
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Probiotics May Help Control Your Blood Pressure
By Dr. Mercola If you’re among the one in three American adults who have hypertension (high blood pressure), one of the first pieces of advice your physician likely gave you was to reduce the amount of sodium in your
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Study Warns of Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea 10 August 2014, 22.20 Health
Study Warns of Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea
By Dr. Mercola Cases of the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea have been on the decline in the US since the 1970s. However, a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) hints that this
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New Research Reveals Why High Intensity Training Is So Beneficial for Health—It May Even Help Prevent Cancer
Click HERE to watch the full interview!By Dr. Mercola Many studies support the importance of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to improve your health. Some of the latest research involves myokines—a class of
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How to Create a Self-Sustainable Food System 10 August 2014, 22.20 Health
How to Create a Self-Sustainable Food System
By Dr. Mercola Industrial chemical-based agriculture, which produces the vast majority of US food crops, is actually destroying the soil that makes the growing of food possible in the first place. This is not true in
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Nutsedge: This Dirty Little Weed May Have Cleaned Up Ancient Teeth
By Dr. Mercola Plaque that gets stuck below your gum line can calcify in a matter of weeks, leading to an extremely hard substance that can last for thousands of years, especially among prehistoric people who had no access
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Infected Factory Farmed Meat May Be Another Causative Factor for Alzheimer's Disease
By Dr. Mercola Alzheimer’s disease, which affects an estimated 5.2 million Americans,1 is a devastating degenerative brain disease that develops slowly over time, and tends to be quite lethal in its final stages.
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In the Wake of CDC Anthrax Release, Even More Errors Involving Deadly Pathogens Are Discovered
By Dr. Mercola Earlier this month, we ran a report on the CDC anthrax blunder. As if that weren't bad enough, there have been additional exposures since we posted that report. This time, it involved the shipment of live,
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6 Food Industry Tricks You Don’t Know About 05 August 2014, 23.38 Health
6 Food Industry Tricks You Don’t Know About
By Dr. Mercola If you shop in a typical US supermarket or big-box store, there may be more to your food purchases than meets the eye. Even the simplest of foods – apples, oranges, and chicken, for example – are commonly
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Organic Dairies: Whose Side Are They On? 05 August 2014, 23.38 Health
Organic Dairies: Whose Side Are They On?
By Dr. Mercola Did you know that kids who drink raw milk have fewer asthma and allergies than kids who drink pasteurized milk?1 Raw grass-fed milk can even be tolerated by most people who are lactose intolerant and contains
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What Are Cantaloupes Good For? 05 August 2014, 23.38 Health
What Are Cantaloupes Good For?
By Dr. Mercola It’s peak season for cantaloupes in the US. While you can find them in most grocery stores year-round, they’re best in June, July, and August, so if you spot some at your local farmer’s market, don’t
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