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Choosing “Acupuncture” Over “KemeTones” Is Like Choosing Pain Over No Pain

​Choosing “Acupuncture” Over “KemeTones” Is Like Choosing Pain Over No Pain   Press Release June 2, 2017 story by Erica Modell KemeTones © is the Kemetic (Indigenous Ancient, African, Egyptian’s) approach to using Sound Vibrations as Healing Therapy Definition of Therapist: One specializing in therapy; a person trained in methods of alternative Health care treatment […]

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The Business Of Drinking Water

The most pressures substance of life on earth that makes up 94% of our body, and continually needs replenishing is water. Water In many parts of the world are at an all time shortage due to long lasting droughts; but that is not what this article is about. This story is about the many varieties […]

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Good Food Additives

Food Additives that are Good for You Here are some nutritional ingredients that are good for you: Calcium: Calcium is deficient in many of our diets, especially in the diets of teenagers. Calcium is important for healthy bones, teeth, blood clotting, and muscle and nerve function. The most absorbable form of calcium is found in […]

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Seasonal Allergies

How to Cope With Seasonal Allergies Becky Kospanova As spring arrives and everything around us starts blooming, not one person can remain untouched by the wonder and beauty of Mother Nature. However, for many unfortunate people spring brings not just enjoyment and happiness but also seasonal allergies. In a nutshell, allergy is an adverse reaction […]

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Dream Mind Tricks

Dreams; Is your mind playing tricks on you? The human mind, what all is it capable of? “The answer is, pretty much anything and everything.” It has its own mystifying ways to push the boundaries of reality. Things get tricky when an interconnection between the procedures of your mind, imaginations of your dreams and prudence […]

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Protect Yourself

Summer and Beach- What to Wear and How to Protect Yourself from the Sun! Summer is here and just about everybody heads to the beach at some point. After all, it is one of the most beloved summer pastimes which lets us to enjoy the sun, watch the waves, go for a swim, and stroll […]

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Testosterone: The Mighty “T”

Testosterone, it’s a natural substance with a colorful history and now its synthetic equivalent is a powerful moneymaker for the pharmaceutical industry. The television commercials for testosterone gel are ubiquitous. They go something like this: a middle-aged male, somewhere between ages 46 and 55, can barely drag himself out of bed. He shuffles through his […]

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Herpes Conversation 101

More Than Friends Not Yet Lovers Let’s not beat around the bush, talking about herpes with a prospective lover isn’t appealing. In fact, it would be easier, and a lot more fun, to admit you’re a vampire; at least you could put in a Twilight DVD and enjoy some popcorn together. But here you are, […]

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5 Best Ways to Avoid Weight Gain During Holiday Season

The holiday season is fast approaching and everybody is looking forward to spending time with their families and friends, exchanging gifts, rejoicing in their fortunes and, best of all, eating delicious holiday fare. Unfortunately, all good things come with the price. One of the biggest drawbacks of the holidays is that most people experience some […]

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FDA: Apple Juice is Safe To Drink

Arsenic and apple juice. Not words you like to see in the same sentence.There has been publicity recently over the amount of arsenic in the apple juice that many children drink. But the Food and Drug Administration has every confidence in the safety of apple juice. download or view full .pdf

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Exercise and Glucose

For an individual with either type-1 or type-2 diabetes, the threat of hypoglycemia — commonly known as low blood glucose — is constant. Blood-sugar levels that drop too low present a variety of health risks, and exercise can cause blood-glucose levels to drop in both diabetics and those without diabetes. When exercising, it’s important to […]

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Dealing with Sports Injuries

Dealing with Sports Injuries: Children & Adults: Alfred Atanda Jr., MD Prevention First Worried about sports injuries? Don’t sweat it. Think of avoiding injury as just another part of playing by the rules only this rulebook is the one that keeps you from getting hurt. That’s because the best way to deal with sports injuries […]

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Purple Fingers and Purple Toes

A Drug Addict’s Story R. T. Holt I haven’t slept a wink. It’s 5 a.m. A vast quantity of cocaine circulates in my bloodstream. Birds chirp outside my window to wish me a good morning. I cover my ears. I have nothing to whistle about. My party is over. I am toxic-liver drunk. I am […]

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Asparagus for Cancer

Asparagus for Cancer My Mom had been taking the full-stalk canned style asparagus that she pureed and she took 4 tablespoons in the morning and 4 tablespoons later in the day. She did this for over a month. She is on chemo pills for Stage 3 lung cancer in the pleural area and her cancer […]

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Cucumbers

1. Cucumbers contain most of the vitamins you need every day, just one cucumber contains Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Zinc. 2. Feeling tired in the afternoon, put down the caffeinated soda and pick up a cucumber. Cucumbers are a […]

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