Many people have heard the statement, "You reap what you sow." Or, as my wife learned when she was making drapes for a living, "You rip what you sew." When it comes to sowing and reaping we often fa...
Alteration of the fatty acid content of the diet has much potential beyond just cardiovascular and inflammatory effects. The scientific literature is unveiling new diseases that may be altered, cured,...
THE ESKIMO EVIDENCE There is a variety of persuading evidence that the fatty acid content of modern human and domesticated animal diets should be altered. The ability of fish oils to affect cardiovasc...
Anger : DissectedAnatomy of Anger:A complex set of symptoms, a series of symptoms with various ramifications Can come from either.(1)An internal mechanism (created in the past) or(2) As a reactio...
Remember those days when you were but a wee child, and for many reasons the day was somewhat boring and devoid of excitement. It was one of those days where friends were nowhere to be found. ...
I have written several times about the inability of our scientific community to solve the riddles of the treatment of hypo (low) thyroid function. In the most recent study trying to discover the best ...
If one of the primary reasons for a split emanated from excess debt and credit challenges then there may not be a lot of cash floating around to effect a quick settlement. Additional complications...
Post TRIPS EffectsThe TRIPS Agreement, which came into effect on 1 January 1995, is to date the most comprehensive multilateral agreement on intellectual property.1. For the purposes of the TRIPS A...
Of these areas, the nose is the most affected, followed by the chin and forehead. There is a reasonable explanation for these areas producing more oil than other areas of the body. The nose has th...
Aromatherapy as we know it today was accidentally discovered in 1910 by a French chemist named Rene-Maurice Gattefosse. After burning his hand during an experiment in a perfume factory, he plunged it...