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Archive for the ‘Health & Wellness’ Category

Jul
2011
24
When Voodoo becomes Can-do medicine

When Voodoo becomes Can-do medicine

Alternative healing and advanced science continue to converge — and leap-frog ahead of conventional wisdom BY DAVID RICKEY and RICK LEED — As we evolve, both scientific researchers and esoteric healers have advanced new therapies to treat our bodies and our minds but when we first hear of some of them we make a snap ...
Jul
2011
21
5 forbidden foods: Why you can't eat anything at all

5 forbidden foods: Why you can’t eat anything at all

Foods we once thought were healthy alternatives are now off the menu — starting with your daily (whole-grain) bread. We’ve joked about it at dinner parties. We’ve read all the same articles, talked to our doctors, and reached the same realization: You can’t eat anything anymore. Soul’s Code canvassed its community of...
Jun
2011
10
A new self-help technology that will literally make you smile

A new self-help technology that will literally make you smile

How to have teeth as white as a Hollywood star — and take your dentist out of the equation BY SOUL’S CODE — One of the themes of this site is exploring techniques and tools that do an end-run around insurance companies and the medical establishment. If there are things that you can do on ...
May
2011
8
On the

On the “30th anniversary of AIDS”

7 nights in tents, 3,000 cyclists + 500 miles. The 10th annual AIDS ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles made octagon-fighters look like wimps DAVID RICKEY — As we marked the “30th anniversary of AIDS,” we acknowledged that many people on this cycling marathon at one time were fighting for their lives. I suddenly ...
Apr
2011
28
The Law of Attraction redux

The Law of Attraction redux

If you’re the glass half-empty type you don’t necessarily need Dr. Phil, an ashram yoga retreat or antidepressants – you need to stop ignoring half of your brain. BY MARGARET A. COCHRAN — In the movie Limitless, a writer takes a pill that lets him access every previously, untapped part of his brain. But in ...
Apr
2011
15
Six ways to insure your health yourself

Six ways to insure your health yourself

Why rely on the administration of drugs — or the Obama administration — to cure diseases if you can avoid getting sick in the first place? The worst culprits, including heart disease and many forms of cancer, are preventable with some basic self-care. BY VAISHALI — The largest generation in history, the post-WWII Baby Boomers (76 million ...
Apr
2011
13
Goals collecting dust?

Goals collecting dust?

Why we stagnate despite our best intentions to achieve greatness, overcome addictions and compulsions — or, like, just be happy. BY MARY COOK — The next Pulitzer Prize winning novelist might be living next door to you but, for whatever reason, has yet to write a novel. Your best friend might want to quit smoking but is ...
Apr
2011
8
How I healed a dozen years of chronic back pain

How I healed a dozen years of chronic back pain

No pain-killers, no chiropractors — pure mind over matter. BY DANIEL D. WOO — Less than a year after practicing daily meditation and mindfulness practices, my chronic long-term back pain disappeared.  Who knew that physical pain could be exhaled in one breath? Beginning in 1991, I had chronic back pain and periodical acute disabling back...
Mar
2011
20
A non-pharma cure for headaches, allergies and other ills

A non-pharma cure for headaches, allergies and other ills

A leading expert on diet and digestion has developed an agent that doesn’t require a prescription — and promises better results than a pill made by AstraZeneca or GlaxoSmithKline. The new enzyme therapy. BY ELLEN CUTLER —  Do you remember how you felt as a child — healthy, happy, bursting with energy and full of ...
Mar
2011
4
Addiction and its antidote: The pain and pleasure of living in the moment

Addiction and its antidote: The pain and pleasure of living in the moment

Find joy by withdrawing your spiritual energy from your past, and using it to feed the present moment BY MARY COOK — Trauma and addiction teach us defensiveness, despair, distraction, fear, neediness and offensiveness. Rather than paying attention to our current circumstances we’re running away from, or chasing after something, to relieve pain...