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Ritalin Epidemic Sweeps College. Can Neurofeedback be an alternative?

Ritalin and Adderall are serious prescription drugs which help ADHD and ADD patients find the focus they need to lead a functional life. These very drugs, either prescribed by an easy doctor, or bought as a street drug, are massively abused by students from high school to Ivy League campuses. These drugs seriously “unlevel” the playing field in academic performance.
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Health Blog: Hooray for Play!

Want to play?  

Play therapy has been shown successful for children For children, the answer is a resounding, “yes!”  Children’s natural inclination towards play makes play therapy the preferred method of psychotherapy for children struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, oppositional defiance, attention deficit disorder, social problems, trauma, divorce, and grief, to name a few.  

Carolyn Dimson
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Mom blog: How happy are our teenagers?

You’re a mom with teenage kids, and you won’t believe the following: teenagers are very, very happy.

John Wruyters
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Health Matters
Health Blog: Is There a Better Way to Breathe?

The ancients knew the importance of breathing

Aside from the absolute need for breathing air, we can be aware of the quality of the air we are breathing, and recognize the vital nature of breathing air beyond the acquisition of oxygen alone. Additionally, we can apply techniques of breathing that enhance our wellbeing and health in a multitude of ways. 

Devin Mikles
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Health Blog: Make this year count in a way that is inspiring and meaningful to you!

You’ve still got time!

It is not too late to make reasonable goals for 2012I used to make resolutions.  They were always things that were good for me.  Like, “this year I am going to floss my teeth.”  Or “this year I’m going to go to the gym regularly for sure.”  At some point, (after years of making them) I realized that no matter how great my enthusiasm come January 1st, by the time March rolled around I had all but forgot my resolution.

Aimee Cartier
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Intuitive Life
Health Blog: Exercise – The Fountain of Youth, Part 2


You can boost your immunity through proper exercise

Knowing the proper way to exercise will go a long way to keep your body young and stave off disease. Starting in adolescence our body’s internal army, the immune system, slowly begins to lose its ability to fight off invaders such as viruses and bacteria. The reason for this is believed to be the gradual shrinking of our body’s primary organ of the immune system, the thymus gland, which begins to shrink around puberty and by age 60 is barely visible.

Brad King
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Radiation Blog: Airport Scanner Banned

Europe bans airport X-ray scanners

TSA approved body scanners emit radiation Europe has banned the use of X-ray body scanners in airports, because they cause cancer. The EU set a new regulation on November 12, 2011, that the scanners are too dangerous for use on the general public. The United States has over 250 of these body scanners in use and the federal security agency TSA plans to increase deployment everywhere.

John Wruyters
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GMO Blog: More States, Nations Rebel Against Monsanto’s GMOs

Prop 37- Label GMO's

California’s Prop. 37 is the latest salvo in the growing rebellion against GMOs (genetically modified crops) and the companies that produce them. The ballot issue, if passed in November, will require food manufacturers who sell their products in California to reveal on the label if the product contains GMOs.

James Townsend
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Health Blog: Are you listening to your thrive meter?

Managing your intution

On almost a daily basis my clients come to me with questions.  They want to know what to do about a certain situation, or they want to know how to achieve the best outcome.

Aimee Cartier
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Intuitive Life
WellWise Launches Omega 6 Campaign

Omega 6 Imbalance Out of Control

WellWise started an awareness campaign about the negative health effects of massive omega 6 fatty acid consumption. Omega 6 fats are now omnipresent in virtually all processed foods, and have undermined the omega 6 to 3 balance. Diabetes, obesity, heart disease and many other inflammatory diseases are most often the outcome. This imbalance impacts not only individuals but also the health of the nation at large. Read more about omega 6.


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Health Blog: Best Fitness Foods For Women - Part Two

Best Fitness FoodsLast we started off our post on best fitness foods for women with all the usual foods you’d expect to see on a list like this.  Today we’re going to take a look at the underdogs, the ones that no one saw coming.

Courtney Cason
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Health Blog: Should Women Take Calcium Supplements …

 … or will it give you a heart attack? 

does taking calcium cause women to have heart attacks?Well, it’s happened again. Researchers released a poorly designed on a particular supplement, and the press trumpeted the supposed health risks associated with it. In reading the news reports and the published study this week, it looks to us that neither researchers nor reporters did their homework.

Gloria Askew and Jerre Paquette
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Eat To Save Your Life

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