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For more on Green Mental Health see: *******3.ly/NkX Psychiatrist Hyla Cass says most psychiatrists simply label patients mentally ill based solely on symptoms and put them on dangerous and addictive drugs, instead of doing complete physical examinations to find and treat underlying medical conditions which can manifest as psychiatric symptoms. There are numerous non-harmful medical solutions that patients are not being offered. She also discusses the severe withdrawal effects of psychiatric drugs and what patients need to know about safely getting off of these drugs under a doctor's supervision.
3 Dec 2009
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*******www.Facebook****/AtlantaChiropractor In recent years, the debate about BPA has focused on the harmful effects that BPA-laden baby bottles and 'sippy' cups might have on infant development. New research suggests, however, that BPA exposure may be a health hazard for adults as well.
19 Jan 2010
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12 Jun 2010
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20 Sep 2010
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20 Sep 2010
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*******attractingabundancehq**** There Are A Ton Of Harmful ... *******attractingabundancehq**** There Are A Ton Of Harmful Myths Floating Around About The Art Of Creating Abundance. In This Presentation I Summarize Some Of The Most Important Ideas And How You Can Apply Them To Your Life.
20 Oct 2010
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy A new study in the March edition of Pediatrics takes a look at self-injury videos on YouTube, something being called quote- “an alarming new trend.” We’re looking at analysis and coverage from CBS, CNN, USA Today, CTV, and ABC. The study found the 100 most popular self-injury videos were viewed more than 2 million times. CBS speaks to a psychologist who further explains what researchers were looking for. Dr. JENNIFER HARTSTEIN: “It is not suicide-intentioned most of the time. The aim here is not to kill themselves, although because of the severity of their cutting they might. The aim is really to regulate emotion, so that can be through cutting, burning, picking their skin, picking at wounds, any of those things, but they feel something so intensely that the self-injury actually modulates emotion for them." And CNN’s The Chart focused on the numbers. “...53% was delivered in a factual or educational tone, while 51% was delivered in a melancholic tone. ...Cutting was the most common type of behavior; more than half of the videos did not contain warnings about the graphic nature of the behavior.” Some media have noted the limitations of the research, which did not examine all self-harm videos available on YouTube nor the actual influence they had on viewers. But in an interview with USA Today, the study’s lead author, Dr. Stephen Lewis from Canada’s University of Guelph, hypothesizes about how the videos could be detrimental. Dr. STEPHEN LEWIS: “Another possible risk is something called ‘triggering,’ and this phenomenon of triggering is basically when, if someone has a history of self-injury, if he or she were to then view a video or picture about self-injury, this might increase the urge to self-injure.” And Dr. Lewis also tells CTV... "It might also in some cases -- not all, but some cases -- foster e-communities or virtual communities in which self-injury is accepted and in which (you're) not necessarily ... going to see a message about getting help or trying to seek out professional help for self-injury." But in an interview with ABC, a child psychiatrist says the issue is rather complex. Dr. LUIS FELIPE AMUNATEGUI: “In some regards, it's good that we get this out there and fight against the stigma associated with these kinds of problems. My concern is who gets a hold of this video, who sees it, and what their age is, and are they able to view it critically?” According to reports, approximately 14 to 24 percent of young adults have engaged in non-suicidal self harm at least once in their lifetime. And in response to the study, YouTube released a statement saying it has policies against content encouraging violence or self-harm, but relies on users to report the videos. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook to get updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Feb 2011
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Po from Kung Fu Panda 2 with his friends at Harms Elementary School in Detroit
17 May 2011
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11 Jun 2011
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*******hghsupplementstalk****/side-effects-of-hgh/deal-harmful-side-effects-hgh-5-easytofollow-tips.html How to Deal with Harmful Side Effects of HGH
6 Sep 2011
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BY CHRISTY LEWIS The United States Preventive Services Task Force sparked controversy after giving women in their 40s some words of wisdom: Don’t get an annual mammogram. And that panel is at the center of controversy again. This time, with a suggestion for men. Fox has more. “A key government health panel is now advising that healthy men should no longer receive those PSA blood tests that test for prostate cancer because the test may be more harm than good.” According to the American Cancer Society--studies have shown no evidence that PSA, or protein-specific-antigen tests, are lifesavers. If anything, they are the exact opposite. The New York Times explains. “From 1986 through 2005, one million men received surgery, radiation therapy or both who would not have been treated without a P.S.A. test... Among them, at least 5,000 died soon after surgery and 10,000 to 70,000 suffered serious complications. … As a result of these complications, the man who developed the test … has called its widespread use a ‘public health disaster.’” Health officials say 1 in 6 men will get prostate cancer, a normally slow-growing illness. And aside from death, a survivor could end up impotent and incontinent from testing and treatment. A CNN reporter says it’s those factors that could have the majority of men staying away from the test. “Prostate cancers are usually really slow growing and they’re not really going to hurt you. So you might find this slow-growing prostate cancer when you go to look for it and then you can make a man impotent and incontinent with the treatment when the cancer was not going to hurt him.” On the other end of the controversy is the group of people who argue in the end, the PSA tests are worth it. DR. SAMADI: “PSA has shown that over the last 10-15 years that there is a decrease in deaths and mortality.” DR. LOWE: “Because PSA isn’t 100% accurate, doesn’t mean we should not do it. I mean it has still made a major impact on people we are testing for cancer that we are detecting at a much earlier stage..one that can be treated successfully.” Adding to the controversy is the cash. A blogger for the New America Foundation says the task force is more concerned with saving the government money. And the real problem is that medical personnel are pushing the test too much. “The marketing departments of many hospitals openly admit that they offer free PSA testing as ... a means of bringing in new (paying) customers. …According to … [the] chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society, some physicians have openly complained that any criticism of PSA testing could hurt their wallets by cutting down on the number of patients diagnosed.” Adding to that, the recommendations have an effect on the government. A Washington Post Health Editor featured on PBS News Hour says... “Insurance companies look to this panel to decide what they should pay for. In fact, under the health care--the federal health reform legislation that passed this panel has actually become more influential because some of the basic benefits that the federal government will require under the health reform legislation will be influenced by this panels recommendations.” The panel sought to make it clear that this is just a proposal draft. The recommendations are open for public comment and the final report will be released next week.
10 Oct 2011
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Do No Harm
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*******www.emfnews****/home_protection.html Aulterra, an Idaho company, is a pioneer in the research and development of products that protect consumers from the potentially negative effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) emitted by cell phones, computers, microwave ovens, cordless phones, televisions, video games, and other electronic devices. The Neutralizer™ , a small holographic disc, is Aulterra’s flagship product. It is the only product on the market today which has been scientifically proven to be significantly effective in reducing/neutralizing the harmful effects of electromagnetic waves. *******www.emfnews****/Lifewave-Cellphone-Matrix-Shield-Test.html
6 Jul 2012
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Without guardian angels, we would live no longer today, or in the wheelchair sits
11 Jun 2007
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The other George Bush Clip
17 Jul 2007
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Should you wear your ipod at work...find out.
11 Oct 2007
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