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Thought Farming

by Jim Burtles I want to introduce you to a discovery of mine which I have found very useful over the years. It is a rather special, effective form of virtual farming.  In other words; although it is all in the mind, it does work and can deliver something useful if one looks after what…

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10 Tips for Stretching

Guest Post by http://mcbrydemats.com/ Our lives today are busier than they have ever been. With communications just a click or a call away we are subject to being ‘plugged in’ twenty-four-seven, couple that with the pressures of modern city living and a schedule that keeps us busy all day and sometimes all night. So it’s…

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Recovering The Self Journal Resumes Publication

I am excited to announce that the long-pending issue of our quarterly journal Recovering the Self (RTS) has finally been processed and published. Yes!!!!! It’s online at https://www.amazon.com/Recovering-Self-Journal-Healing-Relationships/dp/1615993126/. Yes!!!!!!! Please Like the journal’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RTSJournal/ for updates. The 14th issue that has just been printed was scheduled for January 2013, back when I was…

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8 Things You Should Know About Dual Diagnosis Treatment

by John Gary Dual diagnosis is a condition involving mental health issues and substance abuse problems affecting an individual. The truth is that most of the time, those that are affected by a dual diagnosis actually are able to function quite normally and to the outside world, they seem perfectly fine. However, in order to…

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Prescription Medication Dos and Don’ts

by Maurine Anderson Prescription medication can be extremely useful for dealing with various health conditions, but it doesn’t come without its own dangers and potential risks—especially when there are children in the home. Here are some dos and don’ts that you should know before beginning to take prescription medication or before bringing prescription medication into…

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How Air Conditioning Changed the World

by Stacy Smith Thanks to Willis Haviland Carrier, who invented the world’s first air conditioner back in the early 1900s to modulate the temperature inside a printing house, modern man can endure the intense heat of an entire summer without resorting to hanging wet clothes in doorways or pumping water through aqueducts like his ancestors…

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Top 10 Biomedical Treatments for Autism

by John Gary When it comes to autism spectrum disorder, known as ASD, and ADHD, biomedical treatment has taken on a very functional approach. Any good treatment program for children with autism and ADHD will also include biomedical treatments. ASD includes a variety of conditions from classical autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, regressive autism, and PPD. While…