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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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The Best Foods for Healthy Eyes 06 August 2015, 23.47 Health
The Best Foods for Healthy Eyes
By Dr. Mercola More than 70 percent of survey respondents from a National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP) survey revealed that the loss of their eyesight would have the greatest impact on their day-to-day
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Adequate Vitamin C Linked to Lower Risk for Heart Disease and Early Death
By Dr. Mercola Eating a diet rich in vegetables and fruits is widely known to lower your risk of chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease while cutting your risk of dying prematurely nearly in half.1 People who eat
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Summertime Avocado Bruschetta Recipe 06 August 2015, 23.47 Health
Summertime Avocado Bruschetta Recipe
A signature Italian antipasto, or appetizer, bruschetta is traditionally made using grilled slices of bread rubbed with garlic and drizzled with olive oil and salt. There are countless variations of bruschetta involving
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Why Conventional Recommendations for Those at High Risk for Heart Disease Usually Makes Matters Worse
By Dr. Mercola One in four Americans over the age of 40 is currently taking a statin drug under the illusion that it will decrease their risk for heart disease. Dr. David Diamond is a neuroscientist with a PhD in
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Seaweed That Tastes Like Bacon - But Twice as Healthy
By Dr. Mercola Dulse, a type of red seaweed with a chewy texture that’s often used in dried, flaked form, has been harvested for centuries in Europe. But this sea vegetable, which typically grows along the Pacific and
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Booming New Cannabis Industry Faces an Abundance of Hurdles
By Dr. Mercola On July 1, 2015, Oregon became the fourth state to legalize marijuana for recreational use. In Colorado, recreational pot has been legal since 2012 and medical marijuana since 2001. About half the states in
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10 Signs You Need a Vacation 06 August 2015, 23.47 Health
10 Signs You Need a Vacation
By Dr. Mercola Americans are taking fewer vacation days than they did 15 years ago, often not taking all of their earned vacation days, according to a survey by the US Travel Association.1 But the decision to put work over
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Why Smells Can Trigger Strong Memories 06 August 2015, 23.47 Health
Why Smells Can Trigger Strong Memories
By Dr. Mercola You catch a whiff of pumpkin pie, school glue, newspaper, or fresh-cut grass and suddenly you’re immersed in a flurry of vivid memories, often from your childhood. What is it about smells that can trigger
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Are Sleep Problems Making Your Health Problems Worse?
By Dr. Mercola The importance of sleep is widely ignored, especially in the US where working around the clock is still glorified. The cost is rarely considered, even though it actually includes reduced work productivity and
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New Studies Confirm Soda-Diabetes Link 06 August 2015, 23.47 Health
New Studies Confirm Soda-Diabetes Link
By Dr. Mercola Soda and other sweetened beverages have no redeeming nutritional value, and ditching them from your diet can go a long way toward improving your health. One 20-ounce bottle of cola contains the
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What Chemical Dangers Are Lurking in Your Home?
By Dr. Mercola If you eat packaged food, wash your clothes with regular detergent, and apply daily moisturizer and cosmetics, you’re likely inadvertently exposing yourself to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs).
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The Major Role Soybean Oil Plays in Obesity and Diabetes
By Dr. Mercola Soybean oil is the most common oil used in the US, but this is a relatively new phenomenon. Prior to 1900, cooking was done with lard and butter, and the processed foods that are now primary sources of soybean
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Pope Francis, Neil Young, and 100,000 Beekeepers Take a Stand Against Toxic Agriculture
By Dr. Mercola What do Pope Francis, Neil Young, and German beekeepers have in common? They're all speaking out against genetically engineered crops and the excessive use of toxic pesticides. Meanwhile, the chemical
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How Conflicts of Interest Have Corrupted the CDC
By Dr. Mercola Conflicts of interest have become more the rule than the occasional exception. Even the trusted US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) receives heavy funding from industry. How this conflict
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Studies on Hydration Suggest Dehydrated Drivers May Pose Hazard on the Road, and Majority of Children Don’t Drink Enough Water
By Dr. Mercola Drinking pure water every day is a key component of optimal health. Unfortunately, many make the mistake of forgoing water for other types of fluids, most of which have added ingredients that will not do your
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Top Summer Foods for Health 03 July 2015, 19.36 Health
Top Summer Foods for Health
By Dr. Mercola In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), yin and yang refer to opposite elements or forces in nature, which, when balanced, promote harmony. Qi is a type of universal energy, and both yin and yang are
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Anti-Cancer Benefits of Avocado 03 July 2015, 19.36 Health
Anti-Cancer Benefits of Avocado
By Dr. Mercola Avocados are one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Personally, I eat one almost every day. If you're an avocado fan, which 60 percent of Americans claim to be,1 you're probably aware that they're an
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Chili Garlic Ginger Shrimp Recipe 03 July 2015, 19.36 Health
Chili Garlic Ginger Shrimp Recipe
By Dr. Mercola I have cautioned against consuming most seafood due to the potential of having widespread contamination. Many varieties of fish today come from polluted waters and are tainted with mercury, PCBs, and other
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Vitamin K2: The Missing Nutrient for Heart and Bone Health
By Dr. Mercola Most everyone, including many conventional physicians, have begun to appreciate the importance and value of vitamin D. Few, however, recognize the importance of vitamin K2, which is nearly as important as
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A 4th Grader's Short Documentary About School Lunch
By Dr. Mercola Zachary Maxell was not your ordinary fourth grader. Zachary became disenchanted with the school lunches at his large public elementary school in New York City. Every morning, he read the mouth-watering
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What Secrets Are Revealed in City Sewage About Health
By Dr. Mercola Your body is teeming with bacteria, fungi, viruses, and other microbes that together make up your microbial inner ecosystem, or microflora. Your body actually contains about 100 trillion cells, but
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Film Covers the Many Dangers of the Cheap Meat Industry
By Dr. Mercola For several decades, Americans have enjoyed paying low prices for meat at the grocery store. Unfortunately, many are unaware of the hidden costs of "cheap meat"—and when you add them up, they are
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Green Spaces Make Kids Smarter 03 July 2015, 19.36 Health
Green Spaces Make Kids Smarter
By Dr. Mercola Spending time in nature is important for physical and mental health, but more than 80 percent of Americans live in urban areas,1 which can limit access to green spaces. Research conducted in the
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Social Anxiety Disorder Linked to High Serotonin Levels, Throwing Treatment with SSRIs into Serious Question
By Dr. Mercola Depression and other mental health problems are at epidemic levels judging by the number of antidepressants prescribed each year. According to CDC data,1 one in 20 Americans over the age of 12 report
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10 Surprising Ways You Are Making Your Vegetables Less Nutritious
By Dr. Mercola Modern-day diets are often lacking in nutrition, in large part because food choices are not optimal. About 90 percent of the money Americans spend on food is for processed foods, which may be fortified with
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7 Top "Healthy" Foods to Avoid 03 July 2015, 19.36 Health
7 Top "Healthy" Foods to Avoid
By Dr. Mercola In a global survey of more than 27,000 people, 26 percent reported that confusion about which foods are healthy was a major barrier to eating right.1 That confusion is only compounded upon because many of the
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Consumer Protection Group Applauds FDA Ban on Trans Fats, but Undermines GMO Labeling Movement...
By Dr. Mercola For the past six decades, saturated fat and cholesterol have been wrongfully vilified as the culprits of heart disease. Research shows it's actually refined carbs, sugar, and trans fats found in processed
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Ice Cream, We All Scream 26 May 2015, 17.18 Health
Ice Cream, We All Scream
By Dr. Mercola In the last year, three people have died and 10 more have become ill due to listeria bacteria in Blue Bell ice cream products. Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries is the fourth largest ice cream maker in the
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Sorting Out Medical Advice from Medical Nonsense
By Dr. Mercola There’s so much confusion regarding health information in the media. How do you determine which advice to follow and what to take with a grain of salt? Dr. Malcolm Kendrick wrote the book Doctoring Data: How
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See How Quickly Eating Organic Can Rid Your Body of Pesticides
By Dr. Mercola In order to qualify as organic, a product must be grown and processed using organic farming methods that recycle resources and promote biodiversity. Crops must be grown without synthetic pesticides,
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Completely New Models of Dementia Care Are Emerging Across the Globe
By Dr. Mercola The documentary special "Dementia—The Unspooling Mind" explores innovative models of care for dementia sufferers in Thailand and the Netherlands. These unique residential complexes are the result of
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Key Strategies for Optimizing Your Sleep 26 May 2015, 17.17 Health
Key Strategies for Optimizing Your Sleep
By Dr. Mercola Are you tired of being tired? If you feel sleepy during the day, there’s a good chance you need to get more sleep or better quality sleep. Even if you think you can “get by” on five or six hours a
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Flame Retardants Do More Harm Than Good, Research Shows
By Dr. Mercola Common household items such as couch cushions, carpeting, mattresses, and electronics can be a source of exposure to toxic flame retardant chemicals in your day-to-day life. Many of these chemicals have been
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Just One Hour of This Daily Can Make You Obese
By Dr. Mercola In the US, more than one-third of children and adolescents are overweight or obese. Physical inactivity, and particularly watching TV, which exposes children to junk-food commercials and presents a prime
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The Not So Secret Truth About Yogurt 26 May 2015, 17.17 Health
The Not So Secret Truth About Yogurt
By Dr. Mercola Yogurt can be incredibly healthy, rich in high-quality protein, beneficial probiotics, calcium, B vitamins and, even cancer-fighting conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). But the key words are "can be." Most
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Avian Flu Outbreak Among Chickens—What This Disaster Can Tell Us About Our Food Production
By Dr. Mercola Three large egg-producing states in the US are in the midst of an avian flu outbreak. Iowa—where about 20 percent of all US eggs are produced—declared a state of emergency on May 1.1 Minnesota and
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Monsanto Bids to Take Over Syngenta—A Move to Assure a Pesticide-Saturated Future?
By Dr. Mercola Monsanto recently made a bid to take over European agrichemical giant Syngenta, the world’s largest pesticide producer. The $45 billion bid was rejected, but there’s still a chance for a merger
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US Honeybee Losses Soar Over Last Year, USDA Finds
By Dr. Mercola A world without bees would be a very different place. Bees are pollinators – and critical ones at that. Of the 100 different crops that make up 90 percent of the world’s diet, bees pollinate 70.
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More Consensus on the Health Benefits of Tea and Coffee
By Dr. Mercola For the first time, a government advisory committee included a mention of caffeine in its recommendations for the 2015 edition of Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Rather than suggesting it be eliminated,
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This Natural Bug Repellent Works Better Than Deet
By Dr. Mercola Biting insects can put a damper on your summer fun, not to mention potentially transmit diseases like Lyme disease and West Nile Virus. The majority of US adults (75 percent) said they are actually more
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Vitamins That Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer
By Dr. Mercola If you’re like most people, you’ve probably fallen for the misguided advice from most dermatologists and public health officials to stay out of the sun to avoid skin cancer. Unfortunately, total sun
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Eggplant Sandwich Recipe 26 May 2015, 17.17 Health
Eggplant Sandwich Recipe
By Dr. Mercola If you’ve been on a no-grain diet for quite some time now and have been missing the lip-smacking goodness of sandwiches in your mouth, here’s an exciting recipe you should try right away. You can now
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Four Routes of Exposure to Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria: Medicine, Food, Water, and Air
By Dr. Mercola American livestock farmers use nearly 30 million pounds of antibiotics each year in the raising of their animals.1,2 Most of these are raised in confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs)—gigantic factory
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Troubling Revelations: Roundup Herbicide Worsens Antibiotic-Resistance Already Fueled by Factory Farming
By Dr. Mercola Scientific evidence demonstrating the harms associated with chemical-based agriculture and attendant confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) have stacked up fast and furiously over the past several weeks
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How a Terminal Illness Can Change Your Perception of Time
By Dr. Mercola "Clocks are now kind of irrelevant to me … time, where it used to have sort of a linear progression, now feels more like a space," said Paul Kalanithi, a neurosurgeon, writer, father, and husband, after
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Diet Soda Adds Inches to the Waist of Seniors, Researchers Say
By Dr. Mercola Recent research again confirms what many previous studies have concluded: diet soda tends to promote weight gain rather than prevent it. In this study1,2,3,4,5,6 diet soda consumption was linked to
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Nearly Half a Million Babies Die from Poor Hygiene
By Dr. Mercola Simple interventions to improve hygiene, such as access to safe water, toilets and soap, could prevent one in five newborn deaths in the developing world. The sobering finding comes from the non-profit
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How to Burn Body Fat in Your Sleep 13 April 2015, 23.28 Health
How to Burn Body Fat in Your Sleep
By Dr. Mercola Studies have shown that in general, the optimal room temperature for sleeping is quite cool, around 60 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit, and temperatures much above or below this range can lead to
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Michael Mosley: Why I Consumed My Own Blood 13 April 2015, 23.28 Health
Michael Mosley: Why I Consumed My Own Blood
By Dr. Mercola Dr. Michael Mosley, a physician like me and also a journalist for BBC in the UK, is no stranger to trying out new techniques he believes might benefit his health. He has gone from being overweight,
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‘Super Juice Me’ Documents Profound Healing Effects of Juicing
This film was proudly brought to you by FMTV, the Netflix® for Nutrition and Health. Want to LEARN how to improve your health with thought-provoking documentaries and interviews featuring the world's leading health and
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Cannabis for the Treatment of Epilepsy, and More
By Dr. Mercola Many drugs are developed not because there's a great medical need, but rather because there's big money to be made from them. In many cases, holistic therapies and medicines already exist that can
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Braised Beef Moroccan Style Recipe 13 April 2015, 23.28 Health
Braised Beef Moroccan Style Recipe
By Dr. Mercola Treat your whole family to this mouthwatering Moroccan-inspired dish that will definitely earn you a two thumbs up. Made only with the most nutritious choice ingredients, here’s my Braised Beef Moroccan
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What You Need to Know About Trade Agreements and Fast Track
By Dr. Mercola Ben Lilliston is the Vice President of Program at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. In this video, Lilliston discusses an issue that is rarely reported in the mainstream media, and poorly
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The Worst Foods to Eat When You're Sick, and the Best Ones
By Dr. Mercola When you're sick, you body needs special care, not only in the form of extra rest but also in the foods you eat. Choosing foods carefully can help you to feel better faster, and is crucial because, although
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Eat Right to Protect Your Eyesight 13 April 2015, 23.28 Health
Eat Right to Protect Your Eyesight
By Dr. Mercola While most accept deteriorating vision as a natural part of aging, it's really more of a side effect of our modern lifestyle. Aging does not automatically equate to failing vision, provided you've properly
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30 Healthiest Foods of All Time 13 April 2015, 23.28 Health
30 Healthiest Foods of All Time
By Dr. Mercola In a survey of at-home spending patterns on food among US households, the Economic Research Service (ERS) of the US Department of Agriculture revealed Americans are throwing a lot of their food budgets
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Researchers Keep Finding More Ways Our Flawed Agriculture Model Breeds Antibiotic Resistance
By Dr. Mercola American farmers routinely use antibiotics to make their livestock grow bigger and faster (in addition to preventing disease caused by cramped, filthy quarters, and an unnatural diet). As a result of
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Cluster of Black Dwellings Grouped Around a Central Courtyard: House in Colbost
Collect this idea Envisioned by Glasgow-based firm Dualchas Architects, House in Colbust is a project located on Waternish, a peninsula on the island of Skye, Scotland. According to the architects, its design is “directly
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Cabin-Style Refuge Mirroring a Perfect Landscape: Saturna Island Retreat
Collect this idea Located on an oceanfront property in British Columbia, Canada, the Saturna Island Retreat is a a contemporary getaway providing comfort on many levels. The cabin-style residence discovered on Sotheby’s
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Peaceful Rock River House Neighboring a Forest Reserve in Illinois, USA
Collect this idea Rock River House in Rockton, Illinois, USA is a modern residence completed by Bruns Architecture in a scenic environment. The new building is located near the bend of a meandering river and next to a
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Inspiring Display of Natural Textures: Nairn Road Residence in Dorset, England
Collect this idea Designed by David James Architects in Dorset, England, Nairn Road Residence displays a sober modern exterior appearance. The blend of stone, render, glass and aluminium making up the street facade creates
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Fresh Canadian Home Renovation Inviting Light Inside
Collect this idea Springtime brings about not only seasonal changes, but opportunities for home renovation projects. Canada’s season changes are better enjoyed from a home that carries an old charm while flaunting
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Pine Nut Benefits: 5 Ways This Nutritious Seed Can Rejuvenate Your Body
By Dr. Mercola Pine nuts have been enjoyed since ancient times. Roman soldiers ate them and they’ve been mentioned by Greek authors as early as 300 BC.1 Nutritionally speaking, pine nuts contain many of the same healthy
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How Avocado Can Help Improve Your Cholesterol, Heart, and Brain Health
By Dr. Mercola Avocados are an excellent source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat that is easily burned for energy, while being low in fructose. Not surprisingly, improved weight management1,2 is one of the health
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Magnesium: An Invisible Deficiency That Could Be Harming Your Health
By Dr. Mercola Magnesium is a mineral used by every organ in your body, especially your heart, muscles, and kidneys.1 If you suffer from unexplained fatigue or weakness, abnormal heart rhythms or even muscle spasms and
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The Forgotten History of Vaccinations You Need to Be Aware Of
By Dr. Mercola Vaccines are one of the most controversial medical therapies, and it's impossible to make an informed decision unless you know both sides of the story. In the process of knowing both sides, the historical
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