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Treating Depression Without Medications

24th August 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 Embracing DepressionDepression is a disorder that disrupts the lives of its victims and renders them incapable of enjoying life. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in ten American adults say that they feel ... Read >
Author: Ellen Dyson

Migraines and the Biology of Joy: It requires a healthy biological system to fully experience the

07th July 2010
Every day and never give it much thought until it breaks down. Though lacking it's amazing complexity, many have used the metaphor of computers to explain the brain. The brain, that mysterious organ that rests inside our skull, is like a computer loaded w... Read >
Author: peterth

The Healing Powers of Electromagnetic Fields & Magnets in the Body

15th June 2009
There are various ways in which an electromagnetic field can be seen. Case in point, static magnetic fields become active when medical instruments like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and X-rays are being used. In ultra-violet ray form, electromagnetic r... Read >
Author: Cameron

How to Tell the Difference Between Love and Infatuation

01st June 2009
We often confuse infatuation for true love. How can we really tell the difference? Here are some useful pointers. A commonly mistaken interpretation of infatuation is that it is "love at first sight". As soon as you meet, you feel this incredible attra... Read >
Author: soulmate

Mercury & Anxiety Connection

30th March 2009
Mercury & Anxiety ConnectionIf you have amalgam dental fillings, you have much higher levels of depression, excessive anger, and anxiety than people without them.  There is a growing belief that dentistry may be unknowingly "treating" the increas... Read >
Author: deejayehn

Is Infatuation Love At First Sight?

25th February 2009
Have you ever been infatuated with someone before? I'm sure most of us have. Some people might refer this as 'love at first sight'. Truth is, infatuation is not 'love' but it's more like a form of attraction. As soon as you meet, you feel this strong attr... Read >
Author: macyfan

How Frequencies of Isochronic Tones Work

30th December 2008
One of the most popular aspects of isochronic tones deals with how they sound. Isochronic tones are used as a means of helping to get brain patterns to synchronize with the sounds. This works through the frequencies of isochronic tones. These tones deal w... Read >
Author: onlineincoypq

ADHD Is A Real Medical Condition

24th February 2008
ADHD is, in fact, a medical condition. It is really important to remember this, because even very educated people who know a lot about ADD, often still, underneath it all, think that maybe it is not a true medical condition. They believe the person should... Read >
Author: Dr. Kenny Handelman

Truth Behind A Pregnant Woman's Food Craving and How to Control It

13th November 2005
Cravings are feelings desiring food combinations which women either do not normally eat or may even stomach under usual eating conditions. In a survey conducted recently, expectant mothers usually crave for "something sweet" like an ice cream (40%), most ... Read >
Author: Elysiana Canlas
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