Tag: Health

Oct 06 2014

How Committed Are You To Feeling Better? – Vol. 109, July 14, 2011

Are you willing to get rid of all the excuses as to why it is that you are unable to follow your health care practitioner’s advise for what it takes to feel better? Donna N. tells of what it took for her to succeed at her treatment.

Sep 29 2014

Wake Up Doctors: Stop Giving Antipsychotics to Teens and Do This Instead – Vol. 168, Sept 30, 2012

In her article, More Kids Than Ever Are on Antipsychotics: But is There an Alternative? (Forbes online, August 18, 2012) Alice G. Walton reports that the prescribing of antipsychotics for kids jumped seven times from the years 1993-1990 and 2005-2009.  She sites a professional paper stating that attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder accounted for 37.8% of antipsychotic …

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Aug 04 2014

How to be happy by facing your inner demons- Vol. 152, June 7, 2012

Article Written By Donna M. Novi Trying to take control of your life to feel happy and content is not an easy thing to do sometimes.This could be for a variety of reasons, known and unknown, or as hypnotists say, conscious or unconscious. A lot of times there are issues that are running in the …

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Jul 14 2014

Alternative Medicine: Using holistic nutrition to alleviate gluten allergy symptoms – Vol.151, May 31, 2012

By Donna M. Novi So, I finally got the reason why my life seemed to be falling apart. My health was deteriorating before my eyes. Funny thing is I thought I was eating very healthy when in fact I was literally killing myself a little at a time, over years actually. I guess the old saying is true, …

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Jun 30 2014

How Could There Be a 80% Increase in Mental Health Discharges for Kids 5 to 13 Years Old? – Vol. 116, September 1, 2011

According to Joseph C. Blader of Stony Brook State University of New York as reported in Archives of General Psychiatry, August 1, 2011, discharges for psychiatric hospitals rose by more than 80% for 5 to 13 year olds and 42% for older teens between 1996 and 2007. These numbers were based on those kids who …

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Jun 23 2014

Happiness is a Choice – Vol. 140, February 23, 2012

There is a mistaken belief that in concentrating our energies upon what is not working for us psychologically and medically we are able to provide health care. This is a mistaken belief for the absence of ill health is not health, it is merely a minimum baseline to be achieved. True health comes when their …

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Jun 09 2014

Emotional Abuse Signs: What is Verbal Abuse and the Signs of an Abusive Relationship- Vol. 143, March 22, 2012

Being in practice for the past decade there are certain clients who come it to see me that are in toxic relationships that they feel are full of love and care wanting to believe that this is the fact when the evidence proves otherwise. Sad but true in too many clients who have lack of …

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