Archives for October 2010

“Behind influencing others lurks a monster”

The back side to influencing others – Does power or positions of influence over others like doctors, lawyers, minsters, government … corrupt? Behavior of the powerful can and often does poison even the most intelligent and well-meaning people when their influential positions go to their head and let ego run the show. Beware of  the […]

“Rx for success”

If they walk like a duck If they quack like a duck They must be ducks. Once again hasty generalization is not valid. What turns a dummy pill into a catalyst for relieving pain, anxiety, depression, sexual dysfunction, or the tremors of Parkinson’s disease? The brain’s own healing mechanisms, unleashed by the belief that a […]

“1 secret to physical and emotional health and fitness- cook with love”

If you want high level health and mental and emotional fitness begin by cooking with love.

“Be proactive to lessen SAD symptoms and the winter blues”

Seasonal Effective Disorder and the winter blues may both be strongly aggrevated byinsufficient light which can disrupt the body’s hormonal balance. It seems that the light/dark and sleep cycles are orchestrated by the pineal gland.that controls the flow of light energy traveling through the nerve pathways from the eyes to various parts of the brain.  […]

“Medical tourism -the trip hard to enjoy”

With an ever growing number of patients from around the world expected to visit India for healthcare that would be very costly in their home country.  Besides low cost, other factors have been identified in our report that are boosting medical tourism in India. The future of India’s medical tourism industry seems extremely bright.  It […]

“How to curb the decline in endangered sealife”

Knowing how fish are raised and caught is the first step in sustainable buying. Look for these key descriptive terms on the label: Trolling: Baited fishing lines pulled behind a boat; little or no bycatch of unwanted fish.
Pole-caught: Single fishing line attached to a pole; little or no bycatch. Purse seining: Large wall of netting […]

“Dancing down high BP for those that sit too much ” fun tip of the day

Get it movin’ is the name of the blood pressure game. This can be fun you know. Try to vary up your time at a desk or computer by taking a Take a fun break at least every hour. Drink some quality water Plug into your favorite music on the ipod or radio and spend […]

“Defending against colds and flus-the secret to winning the war this year”

The body has excellent defense mechanisms. When a person is well hydrated, you eat healthy foods, exercise regularly, your pH stays around 6.5 to 7.2, are happy, productive, meditative and at peace,  your body is able to stop the cold and flu invaders. When you get the flu or a cold, viruses are the cause. […]

“Start a CookShop in your city pass on the heart of success to families everywhere”

Truly this is a grassroots effort and a perfect example of People Helping People. The CookShop a government sponsored program is the core nutrition education program of the Food Bank For New York City. It gives low-income children, adults and teens the knowledge and tools to adopt and enjoy a healthy diet on a limited budget. […]

“Driving male testosterone therapy into the ditch”

Like estrogen therapy for menopausal women, when a definitive study was finally done, clinicians and researchers were shocked to discover: the risks of long-term hormone replacement could outweigh its benefits. About four million men experience “andropause” in the United States. They have subnormal levels of testosterone a hormone, that seems to decline with advancing age. […]