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Early Trauma Has the Greatest Impact

We’ve all heard stories of amazing, even miraculous healing. These amazing biochemical machines that we live in, that empower us to pursue our desires and dreams, have remarkable repair capabilities. Despite forces around us that attempt to tear us down, we rise above...

The Seductive Processed Food Trap

Fentanyl is not merely a problem in America: it is an epidemic. The supply of fentanyl has exploded, mostly because almost uncontrolled migration across our southern border is allowing not only people, but also disease and illegal material to flood into the country....

The Dark Side of Protein

Have you ever heard the fable about King Midas? In the story, Midas was a king with all the riches anyone would need, yet when he had the opportunity to be granted anything he wanted, he wished that whatever he touched would become gold. When this started happening,...

Happy Gut; Happy Life

Years ago, the government banned 100 watt incandescent light bulbs, and was set to ban the remaining wattage bulbs. The reason was the energy inefficiency of incandescent bulbs, and small fluorescent bulbs were much more efficient. The environmental movement was...

Step Up your Day, and Your Life

Have you ever tried to use the stairs in a public building? You may have heard that it is a healthy practice to take stairs instead of the elevator, but where are the stairs? If you do find them, you may not be able to go to the floor that you want anyway, because the...

Drugged Up and Dragged Out

Are you amused by drug commercials, which portray some drug as a miraculous cure for some condition — making life wonderful again — and then spew out a list of dangerous side effects which, for those paying attention to that list, would make never want to take the...

Living Longer: Quality not Quantity

If something is good, we want more of it, right? We usually assume that more is better. We want more money, a bigger house, more leisure time, more possessions. But do we really want all that? Each of these can potentially become a curse rather than a blessing. Those...

This Little Amount of Exercise Goes a Long Way

“Slow and steady wins the race” — so the saying goes. But is that always the best advice? Sometimes you have to go all out, go for the gold. We sometimes need that extra edge to get results. Professional sports players know that they must go all out to win, giving it...

Your Child’s Development Starts in Your Head

You just got a new computer — so exciting. You take it out of the box, plug it in and press the power button. Without any further assistance from you, it loads up its standard programs and starts asking you questions about how it should interface with your world. You...

Fear vs Danger

What word best describes something that has harmed most every life, that has ruined some lives, and visits every one of us at times? It is a word we all know. It’s even a four letter word. It’s the “F” word: Fear. Fear paralyzes, chokes, strangles, causes us to make...