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What We Can Learn from the Dying

Tom Ferguson, M.D. interviews Stephen and Ondrea Levine about their acquired wisdom gained from their work with people dealing with death and dying and those that love them. The Levines report that...

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Life After Life

Daniel Redwood, D.C. interviews Raymond Moody, M.D., Ph.D. about why near-death experiences cannot be passed off with a simple physiological or biochemical explanation. Dr. Moody observes that people...

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Sun-damage, Skin and Pycnogenol

Richard Passwater, Ph.D. interviews Dr. Antti Arstila about the health benefits of Pycnogenol. Professor Arstila responds to questions about research connected with Pycnogenal, it's role in...

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Chiropractic Information Sheet

Chiropractors are health professionals who focus on the relationship between the body's structure (primarily the spine) and its function (coordinated by the nervous system). While the spinal...

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Chiropractic: The Basics

Chiropractic offers the foremost contemporary example of a healing art that bridges the gap between complementary and conventional healthcare. The chiropractic profession has many characteristics of a mainstream health discipline that provides...

How to Write a Eulogy

If you are preparing a eulogy, psychologist Roberta Temes, Ph.D. offers some help. It is an honor to commemorate the life of a person who has recently died. The eulogy serves many purposes for those in the audience: It fulfills the human need for...

Glucosamine or Tylenol for Joint Pain?

Every 7 years I take a test to maintain my medical board certification. This test is prepared by the American Board of Family Medicine. The last time I took the test I clearly remember a multiple choice question regarding osteoarthritis. The choice...