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Aches to Quakes:  Sensitives Who Predict Earthquakes Suffer Pain and Ridicule Aches to Quakes: Sensitives Who Predict Earthquakes Suffer Pain and Ridicule

Date added: 12/21/2007
Date modified: 05/01/2008
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By Larry A. Park. Mysterious Earth signals that are precursors to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions can be detected by "sensitives" whose physical symptoms can provide accurate warnings. Meanwhile, new technologies are being developed that can tune into these subtle energies.

How the Mind Changes Genes Through Meditation How the Mind Changes Genes Through Meditation

Date added: 10/21/2014
Date modified: 10/21/2014
Filesize: 106.26 kB
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By Dr Mae-Wan Ho. The mind–body divide has been breached in conventional western medicine, thanks to new research findings in molecular genetics which not only bridge mind and body but also East and West.

 Inclined Bed Therapy: A New Angle On Health Inclined Bed Therapy: A New Angle On Health

Date added: 05/23/2016
Date modified: 05/23/2016
Filesize: 101.88 kB
Downloads: 3524

By Jenny Hawke. Sleeping on a bed inclined at five degrees has great benefits for circulation, metabolism and the immune system. It can also ease a range of conditions from Alzheimer's, diabetes and glaucoma to migraines, multiple sclerosis and varicose veins.

Ebola... or African Strains of Tuberculosis? Ebola... or African Strains of Tuberculosis?

Date added: 05/22/2015
Date modified: 05/22/2015
Filesize: 1.57 MB
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By Dr Lawrence Broxmeyer. The Ebola virus ravaging several West African nations has striking similarities with two strains of tuberculosis that are just as deadly and cause Ebola-like symptoms. Health authorities deny this link and don't consider it in the design of diagnostic tests.