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"She figured we'd just look up their telephone numbers and start calling—but whether from hearing loss or tradition, many centenarians didn't have phones. Those who did have phones frequently lived with protective children who were not inclined to grant access to foreigners. It wasn't a good way to communicate under the best of circumstances. We called one rather well-known centenarian, announced that we were from National Geographic, and that we wanted to interview him. He replied that he was fed up with telemarketers and hung up on us."
- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the people Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"Over one hundred people were injured, many of whom required hospital treatment. An eleven-month-old child died. On 26 February 1978, at two o'clock in the morning, another chlorine-laden train derailed just north of Youngstown, Florida. This time, the release was even more disastrous. The train tracks paralleled a roadway. Drivers unwittingly drove into a chlorine gas cloud that was so thick it was reported to stall the car engines. Three automobiles drove off into ditches; other drivers abandoned their cars on the road. Eight of the motorists died. By 9 a.m."
- Paul D. Blanc, M.D., How Everyday Products Make people Sick: Toxins at Home and in the Workplace (Get the book.)

"To fill in the gap, I'll elaborate, "That's the treatment of diseases that people get from their work or as a result of pollution." Sometimes bringing up a specific problem clarifies matters. Officers of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (since March i, 2003, the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services), for example, seem to relate easily to carpal tunnel syndrome, likely because of their own experience with keying in data and hand stamping documents for hours at a stretch."

- Paul D. Blanc, M.D., How Everyday Products Make people Sick: Toxins at Home and in the Workplace (Get the book.)

"Ibsen understood this contradiction in An Enemy of the people, his play describing the ostracism of a medical doctor after he threatens the local tourist-based economy by revealing pollution of the town's bathing spring and seashore by industrial tannery waste.2 Arguably, similar forces also were at play, acting in a way that we ended up with an illness named Legionnaire's disease rather than Bellevue-Stratford Hotel pneumonia.3 As I began to explore further the backgrounds of different and seemingly unrelated occupational and environmental case studies, another common thread began to emerge."

- Paul D. Blanc, M.D., How Everyday Products Make people Sick: Toxins at Home and in the Workplace (Get the book.)

"In contrast, most people directly know someone who has had carpal tunnel syndrome or may even have been diagnosed themselves with this condition. Given its current frequency, why is it that until ten or fifteen years ago hardly anyone had ever heard of carpal tunnel syndrome? Surely this is a prime example of a truly modern or even a postmodern industrial illness. Carpal tunnel syndrome refers to a painful condition of the hands that often begins with a sensation of "pins and needles."

- Paul D. Blanc, M.D., How Everyday Products Make people Sick: Toxins at Home and in the Workplace (Get the book.)

"Accordingly it was agreed that another potential Blue Zone might be identified and that these preliminary indications justified a trip. A NEW BLUE ZONE? Eight months later, with a grant from National Geographies Expeditions Council, Michel, videographer Tom Adair, and I arrived in San Jose for what amounted to a week-long blind date. On a steamy Tuesday morning in August, our taxi wove through a labyrinth of streets near the University of San Jose and came to a stop at an impressive, three-story building on the University of Costa Rica campus."
- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the people Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"And how does calcium-rich water explain longevity? Gianni pushed his plate aside to make room for his laptop. He opened a file and showed me a 2004 World Health Panchita, 100 years old, rests after a day spent cooking, splitting logs, and using a machete to clear brush from her yard. Organization paper that examined a host of studies over the past 50 years. Populations with hard water, it found, have up to 25 percent fewer deaths from heart disease than populations with soft water. I asked him how he explains this. "

- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the people Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"Many villages even retained their pre-Roman names. "In this region," says Francalacci, "the names of the Sardinian villages such as Ollolai, Illorai, Irgoli, Ittiri, Orune, to name a few, sound very exotic to a continental Italian ear like mine." The region north of Algh-ero is called Nurra, which some linguists think comes from nur, meaning "heap of stones" in the Nuraghian language. It is also a good description of the nuraghi, the Bronze Age towers found all over Sardinia. The original Sardinians, in fact, did not keep their ancient Nuraghic languages."

- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the people Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"There is a warning on the label of Benadryl and many other OTC allergy medicines reminding users that "marked drowsiness may occur" and urging them to "be careful when driving a motor vehicle or operating machinery." Such cautions are as meaningless as telling a drunk to be careful behind the wheel. In fact, researchers have reported that diphenhydramine "had a greater impact on driving than alcohol did."51 These scientists discovered that "drowsiness ratings were not a good predictor of impairment, suggesting that drivers cannot use drowsiness to indicate when they should not drive."
- Joe Graedon, M.S. and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D., Best Choices From the People's Pharmacy (Get the book.)

"Do you have high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol? Is there a family history of heart attack or stroke? Such serious reactions, fortunately, are rare, but make sure your physician gets all the relevant details. It's your life at stake. One possible benefit of the extremely high price tags on most of the triptans is that it would discourage anyone from overusing these medications. Of course, without insurance that covers prescription drugs, a migraine sufferer might find it difficult to afford them at all."

- Joe Graedon, M.S. and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D., Best Choices From the People's Pharmacy (Get the book.)

"Persistence is needed with any home remedy. Nails grow slowly, especially toenails, and you need to give them time to grow out healthy and fungus free. Cornmeal Another natural fungus fighter may be corn-meal. We first learned of this approach from a public radio listener: "Put about an inch of cornmeal in a plastic dishpan. Pour in hot water, stir it so the cornmeal gets dissolved, and when it is cool enough not to hurt, soak your feet for an hour. If you do this regularly, it will get rid of the fungus."

- Joe Graedon, M.S. and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D., Best Choices From the People's Pharmacy (Get the book.)

"I currently use Drysol, but it's not completely effective. I know you can boil tea leaves to get a form of tannic acid, but it's a hassle and stains your palms brown. I'd like to try tannic acid but don't know what products to look for. Any information would be welcome, as this condition is embarrassing. A. Commercial products with tannic acid include Ivy-Dry (10 percent) and Zilactin (7 percent). • • • No-Sweat Prescriptions The two mainstays of prescription treatment for hyperhidrosis both contain aluminum chloride."

- Joe Graedon, M.S. and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D., Best Choices From the People's Pharmacy (Get the book.)

"They sell billions of burgers and fries because people don't want to take time and plan what they will be feeding themselves and their families. Americans are willing to sacrifice health and well-being for convenience. The irony is that a few hours of planning, shopping and cooking each week can secure long-term health and a more pleasurable and full life. What good is living longer if we can't enjoy emotional and physical wellness and a full life?"
- Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 book set) (Get the book.)

"I asked her about the gifts that she offered to people. She said that her main gift was that of purity. She purified the blood, the emotions, and the spirit. She then asked me if I wanted her to enter into me, which, of course, I said, "yes." She touched me with her staff and I fell into a state of indescribable peace and clarity—purity of spirit. From that time on Bloodroot has lived inside me and I have used her healing gifts often. My personal use has been in a mouth rinse that I use daily."
- Pam Montgomery, Plant Spirit Healing: A Guide to Working with Plant Consciousness (Get the book.)

"In kayaking, people started to notice me, and then I wasn't the person who faded into the wallpaper. It made me more adventurous. Even if you're shy, if somebody is like, How do you do that? you forget that you're shy, and you just explain it: you have to turn your head this way or do that with your paddle." The swimming pool leveled the playing field in other ways too. "Once everybody changes into their swimsuits, you can't tell who's in the popular group," she says. "The class totally jumped those boundaries of social standings. I had a lot of problems with that until I took kayaking."
- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"Sometimes people with panic disorder are treated with both imipramine and beta-blockers — the first to quash the fear and the second to relax the body. The real point of understanding how these drugs work is that they provide an explanation for how exercise works. As it turns out, exercise impacts the same pathways as these medications — it puts a safety on both triggers. PUSHING THROUGH THE PAIN For several decades, common medical wisdom suggested that patients suffering from panic should avoid exercise. It could be dangerous! Or so we thought, based on research from the late 1960s."

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

"We were taking herbs whose chemical constituents have an effect on the body instead of pharmaceutical drugs that have even a stronger effect on the body. people were taking their herbs and got well for a while, until the illness showed up in another way. Nothing was really changing, especially not consciousness. It was then I began to investigate how to go beyond symptomatic treatment to source-level treatment, a way of working that shifts consciousness so true healing can take place."
- Pam Montgomery, Plant Spirit Healing: A Guide to Working with Plant Consciousness (Get the book.)

"However, for some people even the moderate changes in Phase One will be dramatic. The Phase One menus will show you how you can eat more high-nutrient foods than you are accustomed to, especially vegetables. As you become a nutritarian, you will see less of the foods you probably currently eat in large quantities, such as refined grains like pasta, cereal, and bread. You will add new things to your pantry and remove others. This portion of Eat For Health heavily utilizes the four "S"s: Smoothies, Soups, Salads and Sorbets."
- Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 book set) (Get the book.)

"It might sound silly that someone would need to practice what comes naturally to many people, but it's not silly at all. This is the genius of Paul Zientarski's freshmen square dance class at Naperville Central High School — all the kids practice small talk in the same situation, incrementally over the course of the semester, neutralizing any fear they might have. For Ellen, exercise was a tool that calmed her nerves enough for her to test the waters. Just as anxiety can feed on itself, so can courage."
- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"Of its elites, natural philosophers all, he wrote: [A]lthough they were dextrous enough upon a Piece of Paper in the Management of the Rule, the Pencil, and the Divider, yet in the common Actions and Behaviour of Life, I have never seen a more clumsy, awkward and unhandy people, nor so slow and perplexed in their Conceptions upon all other Subjects, except those of Mathematicks and Musick. They are very bad Reasoners, and vehemendy given to Opposition, unless when they happen to be of the right Opinion, which is seldom their case...."
- Roberta Bivins, Alternative Medicine?: A History (Get the book.)

"Politicians have to represent the people, not Big Pharma. A real solution would mean making it unbelievably hard to launch any new pharmaceutical product. It would have to be checked for side effects for at least 10 years by three neutral institutions, which have no connections whatsoever to Big Pharma - their location and personnel unknown. And when anyone from 321 Der Spiegel, 6/2005 these institutions meets privately with one of those pharmaceutical affiliates, he would lose his job on the spot. A person who once worked for Big Pharma is unqualified of course."
- Kenneth W Thomas, Ron Gilbert, Gerd Schaller, Side Effects: The Hidden Agenda of the Pharmaceutical Drug Cartel (Get the book.)

"The only Inconvenience is, that none of these Projects are yet brought to Perfection; and in the mean time, the whole Country lies miserably waste, the House in Ruins, and the people without Food or Cloaths. By all of which, instead of being discouraged, they are Fifty Times more violently bent on prosecuting their Schemes, driven on equally by Hope and Despair. In another part of the same Voyage, Swift narrates a visit to an island of sorcerers who can call up the spirits of the dead."
- Roberta Bivins, Alternative Medicine?: A History (Get the book.)

"Alternately, he discovered that a sick individual could benefit from the pooled (or stored) magnetic energy of a group of merely normal, but healthy people. After an initial rebuff in Vienna, Mesmer set out in earnest to popularize his discovery. In 1778, he moved to Paris and began by offering treatments to those who attended his clinic-salon in Paris. He called his new, quasi-Masonic establishment 'The Society of Harmony', and gave it the motto, 'All things in due weight and measure."

- Roberta Bivins, Alternative Medicine?: A History (Get the book.)

"Titled 'Systems of Medicine', the article opened gloomily: 'Intellectual freedom, like political freedom, is for many people a burden ...'. Its author then discussed the emergence, persistence, and gradual 'debasement' of Aristotelian physiological theories. The author argued that, although in the West, these ideas disappeared during the Renaissance, they remained the basis of Unani Tibb and Ayurveda. In faintly scandalized tones, the author noted that Ayurveda has latterly gained increasing importance because it receives so much official encouragement."

- Roberta Bivins, Alternative Medicine?: A History (Get the book.)

"Most people can be hypnotised within 4-5 minutes, provided they are co-operative and relaxed. In the early stages the therapist talks quietly to the patient, repeating suggestions that they are tired, or has the subject look at an object such as a spinning wheel. Eye muscles become tired, the eyelids become heavy and close involuntarily and the subject enters a light trance. At this stage simple movements can be performed on request, such as raising an arm. A deep hypnotic state follows and the patient becomes receptive to post-hypnotic suggestions, or can be guided into past behaviour."
- Dr Ron Roberts, Asthma Controlled Naturally: Techniques That Work (Get the book.)

"Exercise regularly and make other shifts in behavior to reduce stress, another reason people get pimples. If you want to try a medication, start with over-the-counter topical benzoyl peroxide cream. If that doesn't work, you may need to see a doctor for a combination benzoyl peroxide and/or antibiotic cream, or a course of oral antibiotics. The next step would be a retinoid cream like retinal. The last-resort course of treatment would be isotretinoin or a similar medication. ............................. Drug Use Common, Benign Side Effects Serious Side Effects , , ?"
- J. Douglas Bremner, Before You Take that Pill: Why the Drug Industry May Be Bad for Your Health (Get the book.)

"For two people, I often mix a one-pound head of lettuce with a bag of mixed baby greens. If you feel the serving of raw vegetables is too much for you, only eat what feels comfortable. Don't force yourself to eat more, but I do want you to think of the salad as the main dish and eat as many raw greens and other raw vegetables as you can. Use any assortment of chopped or shredded raw vegetables. Health food stores often have sprouted lentils and beans, which are nice additions to any salad. You can also easily sprout grains and seeds yourself."
- Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 book set) (Get the book.)

"It was during my time with these people that I began to be aware of the importance of nature's rhythm and its powerful impact on our health. I wanted to bring what I had learned about these healthy communities living in touch with nature and one another in KwaNdebele to my patients in Johannesburg, who were a lot like Emily. As a young clinician who had recently finished medical school, my training focused upon hospital-based patients who were acutely sick or critically ill—heart attacks, acute asthma attacks, cancers, broken bones."
- Frank Lipman, Mollie Doyle, Spent: Revive: Stop Feeling Spent and Feel Great Again (Get the book.)

"So I began what has become a lifelong journey to explore alternative methods to deeply, truly help people. Soon after working in KwaNdebele, I emigrated to the United States. After doing the required internal medicine residency, I began a rigorous study of Chinese medicine, which turned my world inside out. Instead of symptoms being seen as something to suppress with drugs, they became a clue to some imbalance in the body—a sign that the body was out of rhythm."

- Frank Lipman, Mollie Doyle, Spent: Revive: Stop Feeling Spent and Feel Great Again (Get the book.)

"I would like to encourage particularly those people who may be suffering from serious or long-standing health challenges to read this book, or at least the most pertinent sections, several times. When we understand the principles of health well enough to be able to explain them to others, we also gain the mindset to do what is necessary to change our own situation for the better. It is my hope that you will find the information here to be enlightening and practical. May it help to create a new vision of hope for you on your own exciting personal journey to conscious health."
- Ron Garner, Conscious Health: A Complete Guide to Wellness Through Natural Means (Get the book.)

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