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"White blood cells; more specifically the cellular mediators of immunity that constitute 20% to 30% of the white blood cells in normal human blood. lymphoid tissue Area of cells that is rich in white blood cells such as macrophages; includes the lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils and adenoids, and the thymus. membrane A thin layer of phospholipids (fat-like molecules) that line the outside of cells and organelles (compartments found within a cell)."
- Allison Tannis, Probiotic Rescue: How You can use Probiotics to Fight Cholesterol, Cancer, Superbugs, Digestive Complaints and More (Get the book.)

"Now I breathe the light energy outward and surround my entire legs in glowing white light. I feel the healing white light all around both legs and my pelvis." 7. "I now breathe the energy into the abdomen and imagine a nebula of blue-white light swirling clockwise. I focus entirely on the nebula of blue-white light rotating clockwise in my abdomen." 8. "I breathe the energy into my heart and imagine a nebula of rose-white light, swirling clockwise in my heart. I focus entirely on the nebula of rose-white light watching as it swirls within my heart." 9. "
- Dorothea Hover-Kramer, EdD, RN, Healing Touch: A Guide Book for Practitioners, 2nd edition (Get the book.)

"Allergens in the white and yolk of hen's egg. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol 1985;77:364-371. 12. Langeland T. A clinical and immunological study of allergy to hen's egg white. III. Allergens in hen's egg white studied by crossed radio-immunoelecttophoresis. Allergy. 1982;37:521-530. 13. Hoffman DR. Immunochemical identification of the allergens in egg white. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1983:71: 481-486. 14. Langeland T, Harbitz O. A clinical and immunological study of allergy to hen's egg white. V. Purification and identification of a major allergen (antigen 22) in hen's egg white. Allergy."
- Reginald C. Tsang, Nutrition During Infancy: Principles and Practice (Get the book.)

"White blood cells; more specifically the cellular mediators of immunity that constitute 20% to 30% of the white blood cells in normal human blood. lymphoid tissue Area of cells that is rich in white blood cells such as macrophages; includes the lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils and adenoids, and the thymus. membrane A thin layer of phospholipids (fat-like molecules) that line the outside of cells and organelles (compartments found within a cell)."
- Allison Tannis, Probiotic Rescue: How You can use Probiotics to Fight Cholesterol, Cancer, Superbugs, Digestive Complaints and More (Get the book.)

"In one study, a group of medical students were instructed to focus on increasing the number of certain circulating white blood cells through an imagery program. Lab measurements confirmed that they had indeed increased the cells. Remarkably, when they were asked to decrease the levels of those same white blood cells through imagery, the lab measurement showed fewer cells than their baseline scores. Imagery has provided excellent results in other clinical settings as well. One trained-imagery program resulted in half of its asthma participants decreasing or discontinuing their medications."
- Rick Foster, Greg Hicks, M.D., Jen Seda, Choosing Brilliant Health: 9 Choices That Redefine What It Takes to Create Lifelong Vitality and Well-Being (Get the book.)

"Scully, then Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, ordered him not to provide his cost estimate to Congress, stating that he, Scully, was "acting under direct white House orders." Foster testified that before the vote on the bill, he informed President Bush's special assistant for health policy, Doug Badger, and associate director of the white House Office of Management and Budget, James C. Capretta, of the estimate."
- Jonathan W. Emord, The Rise of Tyranny (Get the book.)

"By chance, Kareem had used a set of faces that included both white and Asian faces—half of each—so we broke the data down that way as well. That's when it popped: positivity improved face recognition only for the Asian faces. Looking closer, we saw that the effect was stronger still when we zeroed in on our white participants, which were the majority of our sample. Completely by surprise, we found ourselves contributing to the scientific discussion of racial bias. A long series of experiments had already confirmed that people are notoriously bad at recognizing individuals across racial lines."
- Barbara Fredrickson, Positivity: Top-Notch Research Reveals the 3 to 1 Ratio That Will Change Your Life (Get the book.)

"Here "white" women resonated with a white mother, which is something to be avoided. I treated a lesbian woman who was molested sexually by her (white) stepfather. She could only have relationships with black men. Later, any man resonated with the early stepfather. She switched to sex with women. It seemed much safer to her."
- Dr. Arthur Janov, Primal Healing: Access the Incredible Power of Feelings to Improve Your Health (Get the book.)

"With money rolling in from investors and the company's physicians, CEO Larry House built himself a twenty-one-bedroom, twenty-two-bathroom mansion with a guitar-shaped driveway and Italian white marble floors. But physicians who accepted stock in MedPartners as part of their payment didn't do as well. The value of their stock plummeted in 1998, when auditors discovered that the $54.4 million profit the company had posted in the first quarter of that year was actually an $840.8 million loss. By the fourth quarter, losses had reached $1."
- Shannon Brownlee, Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine Is Making Us Sicker and Poorer (Get the book.)

"Californian male. A 30-year-old Adventist female lives 4.4 o -n X > > O r- > Nation: United States of America Location: Southern California, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles Loma Linda Population: ca 21,000 people years longer than the average 30-year-old Californian white female. "If you go to Adventists who are vegetarian," said Fraser, "it becomes 9.5 years longer for men and 6.1 years longer for women. It is not surprising why this is so."
- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"I recall using a ball of white light as I had been visualizing [before going to sleep]. Sure enough it appears around my hands. I put my hands on my feet—first, the right one. The light enters the foot and glows golden from within. I hold it there for several seconds and then move to the left foot. Same process. I put both feet down and realize I had done what I had incubated. It seems amazing and terrifying. That feeling is so intense I woke up. The feeling makes my heart pound."
- Robert Waggoner, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self (Get the book.)

"But movement, of course, is not always a black and white affair. You may notice this in some early lucid dreams in which movement toward your goal seems extremely difficult. If you take a moment to review it, the quicksand-like difficulty may reflect your ambivalence or conflict about your intended goal. The uncertainty becomes exteriorized as difficulty in movement. In those cases when you feel clear about your goal and are not conflicted, you normally proceed toward it easily."

- Robert Waggoner, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self (Get the book.)

"At this point, I notice an area like a white, empty sanctuary. Entering into it, I suddenly see a figure composed of blue light. The figure is about three times larger than I am. At first I'm taken aback, but then I find it comical and begin to laugh—I've encountered a blue light monster! Or, perhaps a blue light god, as it doesn't seem menacing at all, in spite of its height, which seems to me only suggestive of intimidation or power. I have a sense that I need to get beyond it, and so I run to get around it. Just as I pass it, though, a great noise occurs in the lucid dream and I wake up."

- Robert Waggoner, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self (Get the book.)

"She had short, white hair that she combed straight back from her forehead. Her century-old face was wrinkled like a pumpkin after a hard freeze. She was nearly deaf, but she was sharp, quick-witted. Her eyes darted about in a way that showed she was aware of everything going on around her. She smiled when I sat down next to her. I told her that I'd traveled the world interviewing centenarians and that her story was the best one that I had heard. Could I ask her about it? "I endured great misery," she said, striking a chord common to many Okinawan centenarians. "
- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"They had 290 psychiatrists review written case studies in which the patients were alternatively described as white male, white female, black male, and black female (but otherwise the details remained the same). The psychiatrists' diagnoses diverged in two directions from the norm: More severe for black males and less severe for white males. Wrote Loring and Powell: "Clinicians appear to ascribe violence, suspiciousness, and dangerousness to black clients even though the case studies are the same as the case studies for the white clients."
- Robert Whitaker, Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill (Get the book.)

"As you can see, for the most part, the "avoid" list focuses on nutrient-poor processed foods such as biscuits, cakes, pasta, white bread, white rice, and various forms of sugar. It also includes hydrogenated oils and trans fatty acids, which are found in many commercially baked goods, including cookies and crackers; many commercial cereals; margarine; and most brands of peanut butter. (Organic nut butters are fine.) At best, the foods on this list provide little or no nutritional value. At worst, they can actually damage your health."
- Shari Lieberman, Alan Xenakis, Mineral Miracle: Stopping Cartilage Loss & Inflammation Naturally (Get the book.)

"The lobby soars two stories high, all burnished cherry woodwork setting off the white marble floor, with the sound of piano music floating on the air. Twelve-foot-tall potted fig trees dot the brightly lit space, and tastefully upholstered purple and mauve couches are scattered about the room."
- Shannon Brownlee, Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine Is Making Us Sicker and Poorer (Get the book.)

"Practically everybody was white; nearly everybody had a personal physician, whom they visited on average about as often from one region to the next. Practically nobody was going to the emergency room for routine care. It was absolutely clear. The high rates of surgery were not being driven by patients but rather by doctors. In the case of tonsillectomies, it turned out that the huge numbers of surgeries in Morrisville, which had the highest rate in the state, were being performed by just five physicians, a mix of family practitioners and surgeons."

- Shannon Brownlee, Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine Is Making Us Sicker and Poorer (Get the book.)

"The attending radiologists and technicians, in their long white coats, lean nonchalandy against the back wall of the room, while the most senior doctors sit in a cluster near the door, middle-aged men and women dressed in somber suits and skirts. The chatter stops when Dr. Stephen Baker enters the room and strides toward the front of the class. Chairman of the department, Baker is a short, intensely intelligent man in his sixties, with stiff black hair that sometimes stands out from his head at odd angles and startling green eyes."

- Shannon Brownlee, Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine Is Making Us Sicker and Poorer (Get the book.)

"As the damage builds up, the immune system is activated and sends in white blood cells and other factors to mop up dead cells, which creates inflammation; if the swelling becomes chronic, it creates even more damaging proteins, and these are directly linked to Alzheimer's. In the brain, when neurons get worn down from cellular stress, synapses erode, which eventually severs the connections. With the decrease in activity, the dendrites physically shrink back and wither."
- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"The hyperintensities, as they are known, appeared in the white matter, the portion of densely bundled axons that connect neurons in the gray matter of the cortex. Zooming in further, we found differences in the volume of the cortex — the gray matter was physically shrunken. Gray matter is the thin, wrinkly covering of the brain made up of cells that direct all of our complex functions such as attention, emotions, memory, and consciousness. The MRI scans pointed toward a radical notion: that chronic depression may cause structural damage in the thinking brain."

- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"The detail of tracking down the missing document, or buying those little white tabs for labeling files, will gnaw at the back of my mind for months. But the momentum is gone and along with it my motivation. As a child, thankfully, I had strict nuns for taskmasters, and when I wasn't at school I was outside running full tilt in one sport or another. Still, my room was a disaster; I forgot things constantly; and my tennis coach claimed that I was the most consistently inconsistent player he'd ever seen. I have ADHD, obviously, but 1 never knew it; the term didn't exist when I was a kid."

- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"I can get sixty-five kids to stand on a white line if I say Hut!, and for years that's what we did." Students in Naperville 203 had heart rate monitors before they had the Internet. When you walk into the gym at any of the district's schools today, it feels like you're in a state-of-the-art adult health club. Each has a TriFit assessment machine and weight machines, which in the junior highs are custom-made to accommodate students at that age. There are climbing walls and video-game-based aerobic machines."

- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"They had 290 psychiatrists review written case studies in which the patients were alternatively described as white male, white female, black male, and black female (but otherwise the details remained the same). The psychiatrists' diagnoses diverged in two directions from the norm: More severe for black males and less severe for white males. Wrote Loring and Powell: "Clinicians appear to ascribe violence, suspiciousness, and dangerousness to black clients even though the case studies are the same as the case studies for the white clients."
- Robert Whitaker, Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill (Get the book.)

"Simple carbohydrates, such as sugar and white flour are utilized by the body in a matter of minutes. Complex carbohydrates take time to break down and are, therefore, utilized over a matter of hours. The best carbohydrates are fresh fruits and vegetables—pure and simple. Buy organic. Wash thoroughly. Minerals Your body is actually made mostly of minerals and water. As it turns out, your overall health is detetmined far more by minerals than proteins, fats, carbohydrates, or even vitamins."
- Jon Barron, Lessons from The Miracle Doctors: A Step-by-Step Guide to Optimum Health and Relief from Catastrophic Illness (Get the book.)

"Even the white and yolk of an egg appear to communicate with the shell.19 This communication carries on even if an organism is cut into pieces. Gary Schwartz cut up a batch of string beans, placed them between 1 millimeter and 10 millimeters apart, and then used the NSF CCD camera he had borrowed to take a series of photographs of the sections. Using software to enhance the light between the beans, he discovered so much light between the sections that it appeared as though the bean were whole again."
- Lynne McTaggart, The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (Get the book.)

"Next he tried placing the healers' hands on a white background (which reflected light) rather than a black background (which absorbed light). The images were breathtakingly clear: a stream of light flowed out of the healers' hands, almost as though it were flowing from their fingers. Schwartz-now had his answer about the nature of conscious thought: healing intention creates waves of light—and indeed these are among the most organized light waves found in nature. The theory of relativity was not Einstein's only great insight."

- Lynne McTaggart, The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (Get the book.)

"Halberg had been singled out to study mice whose adrenal glands had been removed and who were then injected with adrenaline in order to observe the effect on their circulating white blood cells called eosinophils. In ordinary circumstances, adrenaline will set off a predictable seesaw, causing more of the body's natural steroids to be secreted, in turn lowering the eosinophil count. However, in animals or humans without adrenal glands, the count should remain static. But the cell count in Halberg's mice still seemed to fluctuate, even after he had removed all trace of adrenal tissue."

- Lynne McTaggart, The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (Get the book.)

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