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Mental Field Therapy (MFT)


MFT is one of the emerging energy psychology healing methods that connect an understanding of energetic (acupuncture) meridians with psychological issues. Tapping specific acupuncture points facilitates effective and rapid resolution of physical, energetic and emotional issues. To be effective you need to observe several rules: Focus intently on troubling sensations, emotions, or memories while tapping.…

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Self-protection: fear of heart attack


The story of transformation and healing of an aggressive businessman/survivor of a heart attack Rob was an unlikely patient in my office. He was a hard driven, type A businessman who was impatient, angry, and demanding of himself, his business and his son. He always had to be a winner: playing soccer, raging on roads,…

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5 Levels of Healing


The Vertical Healing System: The 5 Levels of Healing by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, M.D., PhD When you carefully study the pyramidal order of the 5 bodies (see drawing), much is self evident and does not require further explanation. This healing system has evolved from interpreting the yoga sutras of Patanjali (which are believed to be…

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Holistic Psychiatry


Holistic Psychiatry has evolved as an alternative to Conventional Psychiatry. It can be beneficial to those who have not seen results from multiple treatments offered by the conventional medical approach, for those who want to avoid side effects from psychotropic medications, and for those patients who are sensitive to medication or unresponsive to psychotropic drugs.…

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Kitchen Science: The Friendly Bacteria That Live In Your Food


You couldn’t enjoy cheese like this without the intervention of micro-organisms. By Enzo Palombo, Swinburne University of Technology | Photo Credit: Marie Coleman, CC BY-NC-SA Kitchen Science: bacteria and fungi are your foody friends As you sip a cup of coffee, enjoy a rich chocolate treat or savour the aroma of a piece of Roquefort…

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Here’s How Much Sugar You Should Really Be Eating


The sugar content of your favourite snacks might surprise you.By Kacie Dickinson, Flinders University and Louisa Matwiejczyk, Flinders University Health Check: how much sugar is it OK to eat? Consuming too much energy – whether from fat or carbohydrates, including sugar – will make you gain weight. If left unchecked, this excess weight increases your…

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Why Frequent Dieting Makes You Put On Weight – And What To Do About It


Grapefruit diet? Probably not worth it. By Tim Spector, King’s College London | Photo Credit: Sophie Jonasson, CC BY-SA Why frequent dieting makes you put on weight – and what to do about it People who regularly go on diets tend to lose weight initially but bounce back and even gain weight after stopping the…

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Don’t Give Kids Under 12 Cold and Cough Medicine


Coughing sick child. By Edward Bell, Drake University | Photo Credit: anjanettew, CC BY-SA Why kids younger than 12 don’t need Over-The-Counter cough and cold remedies The common cold season is here, and if you have children, you will likely feel their suffering from these annoying upper respiratory tract viral infections. Children experience more colds,…

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The Best And Worst Foods For Your Cholesterol Levels


Surprise, surprise: junk foods aren’t good for our cholesterol. By Clare Collins, University of Newcastle; Tracy Burrows, University of Newcastle, and Tracy Schumacher, University of Newcastle | Photo Credit: Pixabay  Got high cholesterol? Here are five foods to eat and avoid High fat, low fat, no carb, more carb: when it comes to getting information…

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How Cat Naps Affect Your Mood And Memory


By Nicole Lovato, Flinders University and Leon Lack, Flinders University | Photo Credit: irina198   Want to boost your memory and mood? Take a nap, but keep it short We’re told to have power naps to keep us safe on the road and improve our alertness if we’ve had insufficient sleep. They even help our…

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