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What Do Cigarettes, Sugar and Vaccines Have in Common?

April 4, 2013

In 1958 the Center for Disease Control (undoubtedly influenced by Big Tobacco) announced:                              “Smoking does not cause lung cancer” In the 1970’s, the Sugar Industry began its well-funded PR campaign to shift public opinion away from the health destroying effects of sugar.  Documents have recently been unearthed from the archives at Colorado University’s library […]

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Happy, Healthy Aging…

March 29, 2013

Happy, Healthy, Aging has a lot to do with your state of mind

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Has Anyone Seen My Hormones?

January 15, 2013

The Importance of balancing female hormones

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The Fats of Life

December 26, 2012

Since I proclaim to be an advocate of eating a healthy diet to prevent and treat many chronic illnesses, you might ask “why would I devote an entire article to fat?” Well, before you dismiss the topic or label me a nutritional heretic, hear me out: I’m not talking about packing on the pounds or […]

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Autism: Now 1 in 88

April 5, 2012

What exactly does it mean when the Center for Disease Control and Prevention announces that 1 in 88 children born in the year 2000 have autism?  I believe it means we have a national emergency on our hands!  And lets be clear, those numbers are from 2008.  Can you imagine what the actual current statistics […]

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Guarding Against Gardasil

November 30, 2011

Facts not fear should guide our decisions about the HPV vaccine Maureen H. McDonnell, BS,RN Of course we want to protect our children and ourselves against the most common sexually transmitted disease:  Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) that an estimated 20 million Americans are now infected with.   Unquestionably if the body does not clear it, this […]

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Why Do You Think 32 Million Kids Have Chronic Illnesses?

June 14, 2011

So many children are affected by chronic illnesses. Better insurance coverage and more doctors to treat them are not the only answers. Read more solutions

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