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Gambia: New National TB Strategic Plan Developed 12 November 2014, 21.02 Medical
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[unable to retrieve full-text content][Daily Observer]The National Leprosy and Tuberculosis Control Programme, under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, in collaboration with partners, through the support of Global Fund
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3D-printed vertebra used in spine surgery 22 August 2014, 19.28 Medical
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Survey: Nurses Harsh on Overweight Patients 27 June 2014, 16.43 Medical
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Prenatal and perinatal factors in eating disorders: A descriptive review
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Psychological Distress Affects Tobacco Use Differently for Men and Women
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Light Therapy Improves Sleep, Behavior in Alzheimer's PatientsLight Therapy Improves Sleep, Behavior in Alzheimer's Patients
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Coke ad: It takes 23 minutes to burn off a soda
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Victoza Accused of Causing Pancreatitis 08 June 2014, 22.37 Medical
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"Godfather of ecstasy" dies at 88 05 June 2014, 15.48 Medical
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We're more stressed at home than we are at work: Juggling household chores means a day at the office seems easier in comparison
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Antioxidants 18 May 2014, 19.02 Medical
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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.

Check out the Soul’s Code slideshow:
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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Fluoride Intake Increasing Bone Fractures
By Dr. Mercola Fluoride has been used experimentally to treat osteoporosis, although the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved it for this purpose. The fact is that fluoride does increase bone mineral
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Number of Children Lacking Vitamin D Soars 12 November 2014, 21.03 Health
Number of Children Lacking Vitamin D Soars
By Dr. Mercola In the last five years, the number of children with vitamin D deficiency has increased by more than 200 percent, according to a study commissioned by the UK-based public awareness campaign Vitamin D
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Low Carb, High-Fat Diets May Reduce Epileptic Seizures
By Dr. Mercola A ketogenic diet calls for minimizing carbohydrates and replacing them with healthy fats and moderate amounts of high-quality protein. This kind of diet is now being investigated for its potential to
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Can People Receiving Live Virus Vaccines Transmit Vaccine Strain Virus to Others?
By Dr. Mercola There’s currently a great concern about Ebola, and this provides us an opportunity to investigate some basic vaccine questions. The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the US contracted it while visiting
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Roasted Root Vegetables -- A Tasty Treat 12 November 2014, 21.03 Health
Roasted Root Vegetables -- A Tasty Treat
By Dr. Mercola If you want to eat more veggies and indulge in a "comfort food" that's warming and satisfying, look no further than root vegetables. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and other disease-fighting phytonutrients,
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Vaccination: Defending Your Right to Know and Freedom to Choose
Following is an excerpt from a keynote presentation given by Barbara Loe Fisher at the 2014 US Health Freedom Congress in Minneapolis, Minnesota. View the video of her full 75 minute presentation here or on NVIC.org. 
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10 Things You May Not Know About Laughter 12 November 2014, 21.03 Health
10 Things You May Not Know About Laughter
By Dr. Mercola If you want to communicate with someone from across the globe who speaks a different language, all you have to do is laugh. Laughter is a form of communication that’s universally recognized, which
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There's Something Fishy About Your Shrimp 12 November 2014, 21.03 Health
There's Something Fishy About Your Shrimp
By Dr. Mercola Shrimp tops the list as America’s favorite seafood,1 but if you think that shrimp is being harvested off US shores and brought, fresh, into market – Forrest Gump style – you’re being misled.
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How to Lose Weight by Identifying Hidden Sugars in Your Diet
By Dr. Mercola Not all sugars are created equal, and they’re hidden in most of today’s processed foods. Nutritionist, fitness trainer, and author JJ Virgin has written a new book that helps open your eyes to the way
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Carrot Coconut Soup 08 November 2014, 16.58 Health
Carrot Coconut Soup
By Dr. Mercola Soup can be wonderfully satisfying and phenomenally healthy if you make it with the right ingredients. In this case, the “right” ingredients include warming herbs and spices like ginger, garlic, turmeric,
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How to Recognize Nutrient Deficiencies 08 November 2014, 16.58 Health
How to Recognize Nutrient Deficiencies
By Dr. Mercola If you eat a balanced, whole-food diet like the one described in my nutrition plan, you’re probably giving your body more-than-adequate amounts of the vitamins and minerals it needs to function. If not
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The Surprising Ways in Which Fast Food and Its Packaging Harms Your Health
By Dr. Mercola A number of common chemicals are potent endocrine disruptors, meaning, they disrupt your hormone function. Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are similar in structure to your natural sex hormones, such as
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Monsanto to Keep Selling Pesticide-Coated Seeds EPA Says Don't Help Yields ― And May Harm Bees
By Dr. Mercola Unbeknownst to many Americans, the majority of soybean, corn, canola, and sunflower seeds planted in the US are coated with neonicotinoid pesticides (neonics). The chemicals, which are produced by Bayer
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Drug Makers Push for Indemnity for Fast-Tracked Ebola Vaccines
By Dr. Mercola According to the World Health Organization (WHO), millions of doses of Ebola vaccine should be ready and available next year. Efficacy trials for two different Ebola vaccines are slated to begin in December.
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Green Tea Helps Lower Blood Pressure, and Much More...
By Dr. Mercola Pure water is by far the ideal beverage of choice, but high-quality tea can be a valuable addition. Not only does tea rehydrate as well as water does, most teas also have additional health benefits.1
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New Documentary “Bought” Exposes the Hidden Story Behind Vaccines, Pharma, and Food
Yekra PlayerYekra is a revolutionary new distribution network for feature films.BoughtThe hidden story about vaccines, drugs and food… Three huge topics in one film. Why put all this in one movie? Because these issues are
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Is Cracking Your Knuckles Harmful? 08 November 2014, 16.58 Health
Is Cracking Your Knuckles Harmful?
By Dr. Mercola Your joints, including those in your knuckles, are surrounded by a membrane called the synovial membrane, which forms a capsule around the ends of your bones. Inside this membrane is synovial fluid, which
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Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency and Dementia Confirmed
By Dr. Mercola Vitamin D has been shown to improve a number of brain disorders, including dementia and its most severe form, Alzheimer’s disease,1 the latter of which now affects an estimated 5.2 million Americans.2
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This Is Your Brain on Knitting 08 November 2014, 16.58 Health
This Is Your Brain on Knitting
By Dr. Mercola More than half of US households craft at least once a year,1 but for some it becomes a daily pastime. If you're an avid crafter – knitting, quilting, scrapbooking, etc. – you've probably lost yourself in
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Understand That There Are Antibiotics in Your Fish
By Dr. Mercola Animals raised in confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs), such as cattle and chickens, are often fed antibiotics at low doses for growth promotion, and those antibiotics are transferred to you via meat,
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Elegant Self-Assembly IO Chair Designed for Introspection and Daydreaming
Collect this idea Daydreaming, reading or relaxing in a cozy chair is a traditional part of life. IO Chair was developed by Juan Ochoa at the Florence Institute of Design International (FIDI) and encourages its users to
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Dreamy Lakeside Modern Chalet in Quebec’s Forested Landscape 
Collect this idea Can you imagine yourself living in a modern chalet in Quebec? If you answered yes, this exemplary modern cottage located near Lake Champlain, in Quebec, Canada. Placed just a few feet away from the
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Luxury Mountain Chalet Offering Striking Panoramic Views in Whistler, Canada
Collect this idea Lakecrest Residence is an imposing mountain chalet in Whistler, Canada perched atop a rocky cliff in a lakeside neighborhood of Whistler, Canada. As you probably guessed, this is one of those homes that
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What Are the Top Neutral Colors to Choose Now 08 November 2014, 16.57 Living
What Are the Top Neutral Colors to Choose Now
Collect this idea There is a new trend in neutral color—gone is the boring beige! Image Source: Jules Art Of Living There is a new trend making an appearance on the interior design horizon—stylish new shades of
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Fresh Ideas Exhibited by Bauhaus Architects&Associates Office in Vietnam
Collect this idea The creative team at Bauhaus Architecs & Associates managed to transform a dull 90 square-meter surface into a fresh office design filled with inspiring elements. Bauhaus Architects&Associates
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Savory Roasted Turnips with Olive Oil 01 November 2014, 15.37 Health
Savory Roasted Turnips with Olive Oil
By Dr. Mercola Turnips, like their close cousins rutabaga and kohlrabi, are tasty root vegetables that add heartiness and fabulous nutrition to your meals. Turnips have a mild flavor and potato-like texture when cooked,
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Ozone Therapy: A Possible Answer to Ebola? 01 November 2014, 15.37 Health
Ozone Therapy: A Possible Answer to Ebola?
By Dr. Mercola Ebola is heavily featured in the news these days, bringing lots of fear and concerns. Can anything be done to successfully treat or prevent this horrific and highly lethal disease? Dr. Robert Rowen who
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Documentary Reveals the Dangers of Everyday Chemicals
By Dr. Mercola It is an unfortunate fact that we are now living immersed in a chemical soup. If you’ve been paying attention to the headlines, many of the chemicals that surround us in our air, water, food, and consumer
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The Red Juice in Raw Red Meat Isn't Blood 01 November 2014, 15.37 Health
The Red Juice in Raw Red Meat Isn't Blood
By Dr. Mercola The red juice that often collects in a package of red meat is not blood, as many assume. Most of the blood is removed during processing and any that remains is usually contained within the muscle tissue.
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For Back Pain or Headache, Painkillers Do More Harm Than Good
By Dr. Mercola In the 1940s, opioid-based narcotics like opium and heroin were popular drugs of abuse, which lead to strict controls being put into place to curb their use. Regulations existed to control who could prescribe
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Important Factors Typically Ignored in Mental Health Screening Tests
By Dr. Mercola According to the US National Institute of Mental Health, 11 percent of Americans over the age of 12 are on antidepressant drugs and among some groups like women in their 40 and 50s it is one in four.1 In
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American Meat Production Uses More Antibiotics Than Ever, Despite Growing Threat of Antibiotic-Resistant Disease in Consumers
By Dr. Mercola The featured Frontline News documentary investigates the roots and ramifications of the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance. The US uses nearly 30 million pounds of antibiotics each year to raise
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Obesity May Speed Aging of the Liver 01 November 2014, 15.37 Health
Obesity May Speed Aging of the Liver
By Dr. Mercola Obesity is associated with a significant number of health problems, including insulin resistance, cancer, and others, and now researchers may have uncovered a reason why. While most of your tissues and organs
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New, More Toxic Breed of Genetically Engineered Crops Gain Approval
By Dr. Mercola Two major categories of genetically engineered (GE) seeds currently account for 99 percent of all acreage dedicated to GE crops in the US: Those engineered to withstand high amounts of herbicide, such as
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Skim Chocolate Milk: The Number One Beverage Served in the Federal School Lunch Program
By Dr. Mercola In 2012, the National School Lunch Program received a $3.2-billion overhaul. The changes, which are being phased in over a three-year period and began during the 2012-2013 school year, are now appearing in
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15 Best Fall Superfoods 01 November 2014, 15.37 Health
15 Best Fall Superfoods
By Dr. Mercola There are many good reasons to choose your foods seasonally, and contrary to popular belief, there are many foods in-season during the fall. Seasonal foods will taste fresher and their nutrition will
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Broccoli-Sprout Compound May Improve Symptoms of Autism
By Dr. Mercola Science has proven time after time that food is potent medicine.  Broccoli, for example, has a solid scientific foundation showing it’s one of the most valuable health-promoting foods around. For
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The Best Way to Clean and Organize Your Refrigerator
By Dr. Mercola Most people clean their kitchen on a regular basis, but for many this includes only a cursory wiping of the outside of the refrigerator door. Experts recommend cleaning out your fridge, inside and out, about
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Bitter Pill: The Dangerous Side Effects of Fluoridated Antibiotics
By Dr. Mercola Fluoroquinolones are among the most dangerous drugs on the market and should be avoided unless your life depends on it. Despite their dangers, they're the most commonly prescribed class of antibiotics in the
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14 Ways to Be a Happier Person 01 November 2014, 15.37 Health
14 Ways to Be a Happier Person
By Dr. Mercola For most adults, happiness doesn't just happen automatically. Yet, many of us expect it to be that way. You may dutifully plan out virtually every aspect of your life from your career to what to eat for
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Another Dust Bowl? California drought resembles worst in 1,000 years
A high-pressure ridge that blocks rain storms has been present each time California has suffered through an intense drought. By planting crops that lacked drought resistance, farmers during the Dust Bowl encouraged 'black
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Bear cub rescued from California dumpster 19 October 2014, 22.26 Living
Bear cub rescued from California dumpster
Wildlife officials in Pasadena first had to scare off the cub's mother to perform a safe rescue, but don't worry — there's a happy ending to this story. Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 02:50 PM After a long day in Pasadena,
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How to safely watch the upcoming partial solar eclipse
Solar eclipses can be dangerous to gaze upon, so make sure you have the correct filters for your telescopes or a viewing box. By: Geoff Gaherty, Starry Night Education for SPACE.com Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 01:43 PM A
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Terrifying tornado clusters on the rise 19 October 2014, 22.26 Living
Terrifying tornado clusters on the rise
Despite the rise in back-to-back tornado incidences, the annual number of tornadoes has held steady. The intensity of tornadoes may be getting an assist from climate change (Photo: NOAA) Tornadoes are touching down in
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Bizarre sounds from frozen lake explained 19 October 2014, 22.26 Living
Bizarre sounds from frozen lake explained
The same physics that created the sounds of laser bolts in 'Star Wars' are responsible for the 'pew pew' sound of rocks skipping on an icy lake. Cory Williams reacts to the bizarre sound of a rock hitting a frozen lake. (Photo:
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El Nino versus the polar vortex: Which will rule winter?
Since a fully formed El Niño is struggling to form, the battle for weather supremacy may be a mild one. Snow on a window in Chicago during the polar vortex in January 2014. Americans can expect a milder winter for the end of
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EPA’s Next Target -- American Dentists Who Are Mercury Polluters
By Dr. Mercola Those silver mercury fillings whose vapors readily pass through cell membranes, across your blood-brain barrier, and into your central nervous system? The damage doesn't stop there. The US Environmental
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Psyllium Dietary Fiber Could Cut Health Care Costs
By Dr. Mercola The majority of health care expenditures (75 percent) in the US are spent on preventable diseases, while only 3 percent of such expenditures are invested in disease-prevention programs, according to a new
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Turmeric Compound Boosts Regeneration of Brain Stem Cells, and More
By Dr. Mercola Many spices have powerful medicinal properties, which is why they've been used to promote healing for thousands of years prior to the advent of patented synthetic drugs. Some spices are clearly more
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Juicing—One of the Best Tools for Improving Your Health
By Dr. Mercola Vegetable juice is an enormously helpful tool for improving your health. Dr. Andrew Saul, who's been a guest here many times before, is a lifelong juicer. His book, Vegetable Juicing for
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Regenerative Agriculture Is the Answer to Many of the World’s Most Pressing Problems
By Dr. Mercola “A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself.” That’s a quote from Franklin D. Roosevelt, who clearly knew something most people, including farmers, have since forgotten. The truth is, to
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The Link Between Obesity and Cancer 19 October 2014, 22.25 Health
The Link Between Obesity and Cancer
By Dr. Mercola Obesity is a frequently overlooked factor that can contribute to an increased cancer risk, yet less than 10 percent of Americans are aware of this link.1 According to the National Cancer Institute,2 an
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Prescription Drugs Now Factor in Higher Percentage of Fatal Car Crashes Than Alcohol or Marijuana
By Dr. Mercola Prescription drugs, marijuana, and multiple drug combinations are frequently found in the blood of drivers involved in fatal car crashes on US roads, according to a new study in Public Health Reports.1
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Worry and Obsession Linked to Alzheimer's Risk 19 October 2014, 22.25 Health
Worry and Obsession Linked to Alzheimer's Risk
By Dr. Mercola Are you often anxious, fearful, and moody? Do you worry often or have feelings of envy, jealousy, and loneliness? These are characteristics of neuroticism, a personality trait might increase your risk of
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Study Warns That Losing Your Sense of Smell May Mean You May Not Live Much Longer
By Dr. Mercola Inside your nasal passages are two odor-detecting patches made up of about 6 million cells known as olfactory receptors. These allow you to detect thousands of different smells, and although other animals’
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New Report Reveals Which Yogurts Are Healthy, and Which Are Best Avoided
By Dr. Mercola I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Mark Kastel, co-founder of the Cornucopia Institute, about their long-awaited and much-needed Yogurt Report. The interview took place at the recent Heirloom Seed
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5 Things You Didn't Know About Honey 19 October 2014, 22.25 Health
5 Things You Didn't Know About Honey
By Dr. Mercola Honey has been valued as a natural sweetener long before sugar became widely available in the 16th century. Honey production flourished in ancient Greece and Sicily, for instance, while animals other than
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How Sun Exposure Improves Your Health and How Glyphosate Disrupts It
By Dr. Mercola Sensible sun exposure is an important component for optimal health, for a number of reasons. Vitamin D production is one, of course, but of equal importance is the production of cholesterol sulfate. Dr.
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Pumpkin Chili with Chicken 19 October 2014, 22.25 Health
Pumpkin Chili with Chicken
By Dr. Mercola If you live in the US, you may regard pumpkins primarily as an ornamental squash, and use them to decorate your home for fall or carve into a jack-o-lantern on Halloween. However, the vast majority of
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Why Most Americans Don't Own a Bidet 19 October 2014, 22.25 Health
Why Most Americans Don't Own a Bidet
By Dr. Mercola If you live in the US, there’s a good chance your bathroom does not contain a bidet. Yet, if you travel to certain parts of Europe, South America, the Middle East, or Japan, bidets are commonplace – and
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New Film “Second Opinion” Exposes the Truth About a 40-Year Long Cover-Up of Laetrile Cancer Treatment
Second Opinion: Laetrile At Sloan-Kettering - by Eric Merola (Watch free from Oct. 18 - Oct. 24, 2014) from Merola Films on Vimeo.By Dr. Mercola If you are old enough, you might recall a controversy in the early 1970s
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Live/Work Conversion Loft in San Francisco With Vaulted Concrete Ceilings
Collect this idea Concrete is not usually associated with a warm and welcoming home. In today’s post, we will try to demonstrate that with proper inspiration and decorating skills, beautiful things can occur. This
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Handcrafted Origami-Inspired Lampshade Adding a Stylish Touch Where Needed
Collect this idea Portugal-based studio blaanc borderless architecture shared photos and information regarding one of their latest works. Orikomi is a lightweight lampshade, made of high quality paper and carefully
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Vivid Ambiance Cleverly Achieved in Small Apartment Near Saint Petersburg
Collect this idea Welcome to a cheerful small apartment envisioned by Geometrium and located in Lensovetovskij, a village near Saint Petersburg, Russia. The crib was especially developed for a young couple who requested
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Intriguing Dear O’ Deer Planter Re-Shaping Perception of Everyday Things
Collect this idea Delhi based duo Re-culture recently presented Dear O’ Deer, an intriguing ceramic planter that works on the juxtaposition of the dead and the living. The plant grows outwards from a ceramic deer skull
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10 Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes in Interior Design
Collect this idea Have you made a massive decorating mistake without even realizing it? There are a lot of common mistakes to avoid. Image Source: Marcel Page Photography It happens to everyone— you are shopping and
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Ingenious Modern Makeover Reviving Malay Urban Heritage
Collect this idea With elegance and grace, a modern makeover can bring back the focus on living rather than preserving. And not just any kind of living. Owners of this remarkably renovated Peranakan shophouse in Singapore
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