The Day the Water Died: Detoxing after the Gulf Oil Spill

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The excitement of the season had just begun, and then we heard the news: oil in the water, lots of oil killing lots of water. It is too shocking to understand. Never in the millennium of our tradition have we thought it possible for the water to die, but it is true.

Chief Walter Meganack
Traditional Village Chief
Port Graham NativeVillage, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
(National Wildlife Federation, 1990)

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Boosting Your Happy Brain Chemistry with 5-HTP

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Many of us suffer from a variety of symptoms that we disregard as part of our personality or karma. You might think that it is just how things are, so you may as well accept it and deal with it as best as you can. Or perhaps it gets so tough, that you just can’t deal with it!

For instance, do you often…

  • Have problems falling asleep or staying asleep?
  • Find yourself edgy, irritable or angry?
  • Lack motivation or feel depressed most of the ...
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MMS: ¿Solución Mineral Milagrosa o Caballo de Troya? Tu cuerpo y ADN deciden

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Traducción al español por el Averiguador

Este artículo fue publicado por primera vez en la Revista Dot Connector, publicación oficial de Sott.net.

La Solución Mineral Milagrosa (MMS por sus siglas en inglés) es promocionado fervientemente como un tratamiento milagroso alternativo para el SIDA, hepatitis, malaria, herpes, tuberculosis, cáncer y muchas otras de las enfermedades más temidas por la humanidad. La verdad es que la MMS es un peligroso veneno, y como tal, no tiene ...

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On Foreign Accents and Blinking in Black or White

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A new study from the University of Chicago shows that a foreign accent undermines a person’s credibility in ways that the speaker and the listener don’t consciously realize.

“The results have important implications for how people perceive non-native speakers of a language, particularly as mobility increases in the modern world, leading millions of people to be non-native speakers of the language they use daily,” said Boaz Keysar, a Professor of Psychology at the University ...

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Good Parents May Plant Bad Seeds

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“I know now, so there’s no sense in lying any more,” said Mrs. Penmark to her daughter Rhoda. “You hit him with the shoe: that’s how those half-moon marks got on his forehead and hands.”

Rhoda moved off slowly, an expression of patient bafflement in her eyes; then, throwing herself on the sofa, she buried her face in a pillow and wept plaintively, peering up at her mother through her laced fingers. But the performance was not at all convincing, and ...

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Interview with Dr. Symes on Gluten Sensitivity

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In this interview, Dr. Symes from DogtorJ.com discusses the latest research on gluten sensitivity, which reveals how everyone might well be gluten sensitive. It seems that only 1/3 of the population is having symptoms at any given moment, but this doesn’t mean that gluten is not damaging the health of the other 2/3! Perhaps the word “celiac” will be shelved and we’ll be talking about “gluten sensitivity” in the future.

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