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May 12 2014

Closed Head Injury: Why Doctors may have missed Junior Seau’s Head Trauma Symptoms – Vol.147, May, 4, 2012

Donna Novi Ever wonder why there seems to be more killings and just plain unhappy crazy people “out there” in the world these days.  It’s hard not to hear, see or read about people shooting one another or harming one another since there are TV’s every where these days: work cafeterias, laundromats, doctors offices,  even …

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Feb 10 2014

Vol. 91, August, 2010 – Where Passion Creates Life

Work is an important part of our lives, however, sometimes we forget that there are other things in life that make life much more fulfilling than just the work that we do, no matter how meaningful that work may be. In this newsletter, Donna N. explains how it was that one passion in her life lead to another deeper passion that allows her to more fully live her life without the need of any chemical interference, prescribed or abused.

Jan 13 2014

When Will Marketers Stop Screwing With Self-Conscious Teens Body Images? – Vol. 133, Jan. 5, 2011

Katie Kindlan wrote on the December 6, 2011 ABC News Blog of the “picture perfect” computer generated models that the huge clothing retailer H&M is using on their website to sell their swimming suit and lingerie online. They claim that doing this allows the garments to be the main focus of their shopper’s experience. I …

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Dec 16 2013

Ditch Negativity: Get Aligned with Spirit – Vol. 127, Nov. 24

These past few weeks have been rather challenging for me. Though in the past I realized how to get above most of this stuff, I too am a human and sometimes fall into a zone of disbelief when my world seems to be falling apart from underneath me. The operative word here is “seems” as …

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Sep 30 2013

The Dangers of Drugs: Medication and Illicit – Life Is Precious -Vol. 119, September 22, 2011

By Donna N. While I was forming this idea in my mind, as I often do when I get the compulsion to write these articles, I began to think of my Godchild, Zach, a 16 year old, and perhaps the dearest person to me, other than my dad who has pretty much lived his life at …

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Sep 09 2013

Psychiatrist Could Have Used Some Mental Health Services Herself -Vol. 117, September 8, 2011

Sadly enough there are many practitioners of mental health who themselves are in crisis who could use the assistance of one of their colleagues. In a Washington Post article written on August 3, 2011 it was reported that psychiatrist Margaret F. Jensvold, a graduate of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine fatally shot her 13 year …

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Jul 04 2013

Is Your Health Care As Important as Your SUV? Vol. 108 July 7, 2011

In this day of materialism it seems that people care more about investing in high priced items rather than dealing with the more challenging area of confronting issues of health leading to a transformation of to a better way of living.