About Sandra Goodman PhD

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Sandra Goodman PhD, Co-founder and Editor of Positive Health, trained as a Molecular Biology scientist in Agricultural Biotechnology in Canada and the US. She has focused upon health issues since the 1980s in the UK. Author of 4 books, including Nutrition and Cancer: State-of-the-Art, Vitamin C – The Master Nutrient, Germanium: The Health and Life Enhancer and numerous articles, Dr Goodman was the lead author of the Consensus Document Nutritional and LifeStyle Guidelines for People with Cancer and compiled the Cancer and Nutrition Database for the Bristol Cancer Help Centre in 1993.

 

In publishing in Positive Health PH Online authoritative articles and book reviews by leading proponents of numerous alternative cancer treatment approaches, Dr Goodman has demonstrated her passion about the necessity of making available to all people, particularly those with cancer, considerable clinical expertise in areas of Nutrition and Complementary Therapies. She is a member of the Therapy Advisory Panel of the Penny Brohn Cancer Care, Scientific Expert Committee member of the Alliance for Natural Health and a Patron of the Avalon Complementary Medicine Trust in Wells, Somerset. Nutrition and Cancer.

 

Dr Goodman and Mike Howell, her long-term partner, seek individuals with the resources, structural organization and interest to continue and expand the legacy of Positive Health PH Online forward into the 21st century, adding facilities to conduct online seminars, fund raise for alternative cancer research, as well as to promote leading holistic organizations and businesses internationally. Follow her Blog and purchase Nutrition and Cancer: State-of-the-Art.  Dr S Goodman may be contacted privately for Research, Lectures and Editorial services via: sandra@drsgoodman.com     www.drsgoodman.com  sandra@positivehealth.com   and www.positivehealth.com

Articles by Sandra Goodman PhD

  1. Breast Cancer Special Feature

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    Breast Cancer: The Epidemic that Will NOT Go Away

  2. The Role of Nutrition in Cancer Prevention and Treatment

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    This article seeks to open the eyes of those physicians who unfairly criminalize nutrition as an effective cancer treatment methodology and presents detailed worldwide research find...

  3. Editorial Issue 89

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    Those of us who wish to protect our health and that of our families and patients are definitely on a collision course with the Big Brother authorities – multinational pharmac...

  4. Editorial Issue 86

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    I get extremely irritated, in fact infuriated, at the constant derisory carping and criticism about complementary therapies appearing in the print, electronic and broadcast media.

  5. Editorial Issue 83

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    The old saying plus ça change, plus cest la même chose is a time-honoured truism with both positive and negative attributes.

  6. Editorial Issue 80

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    When I originally started Positive Health some nine years ago, my motivation was to provide authoritative clinical and research information about complementary medicine to people wh...

  7. Editorial Issue 77

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    When I recently received The British Association of Flower Essences Producers newsletter advising that Flower Essences may come under the aegis of the Traditional Herbal Medicines D...

  8. Editorial Issue 74

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    The current healthcare system is light years from being integrated, vis à vis Orthodox and Complementary disciplines. This can be exemplified by reading comments from some of th...

  9. Editorial Issue 71

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    Robert Charman (see Letters) has got it absolutely right. Looking at the recent BBC1 series Living with Cancer, Monday evenings at 10.35pm, one might get the impression that all the...

  10. Editorial Issue 68

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    As individuals, how we choose to support causes, complementary medicine in particular, may literally save our lives.As eloquently discussed by Dorothy Rowe Ph.D., we typically take ...

  11. Editorial Issue 65

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    We in the UK have been forced to witness with numbing incredulity the slaughter of millions of healthy livestock and other animals, due to apparent scientific incompetence and burea...

  12. Editorial Issue 62

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    The origins of numerous effective therapies and treatments often arise from the desperate search for relief of sufferers of devastating illnesses. In this age of evidence-based medi...

  13. Editorial Issue 59

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    I place a great deal of importance upon the integrity and reliability of the source of critical information, particularly when it may impact upon my health and wellbeing.

  14. Editorial Issue 56

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    In a recent BBC2 documentary exploring the UKs poor cancer survival rate, members of a UK Parliamentary scientific select committee were seen visiting the USAs National Cancer Insti...

  15. Editorial Issue 88

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    There are few people I speak with who do not consider being afflicted and disabled by a stroke to be one of their worst nightmares. In that momentary cerebral accident, lives change...

  16. Editorial Issue 85

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    Like many others, I used some of the so-called holiday period as an opportunity to catch up with big projects that I had been putting off due to the manic load of everyday work task...

  17. Editorial Issue 82

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    -Have you seen the Breast Cancer Treatment section in this Sunday The Observer?, my partner asked. As he handed me the 32-page supplement on 29 September, I was hoping to see a holi...

  18. Editorial Issue 79

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    Spending as much time as I do reading research, journals and books from all areas of health, the amount of vigorous, even vicious disagreement among top experts in every field never...

  19. Editorial Issue 76

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    As individuals, it is difficult, yet vital, to remind ourselves of the absolute importance of doing our utmost to protect and nurture our own health. Especially so today, amidst the...

  20. Editorial Issue 73

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    In my review of Petrene Soames book The Essence of Self-Healing, I quipped that she has more courage than I to predict that serious illnesses such as cancer, stroke and Alzheimers w...

  21. Editorial Issue 70

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    Many features herein concern healing - transformation, healing with music and meditation and healing from cancer.

  22. Editorial Issue 67

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    How to find a qualified, competent complementary practitioner ought to be a straight forward enough process; however, as you can deduce from Sarah Noble article of that title, nothi...

  23. Editorial Issue 64

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    In Issues 62 and 63, I have discussed the considerable impact that individuals, clinicians and researchers can exert upon therapeutic healthcare progress and hence upon all our live...

  24. Editorial Issue 61

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    Recently I have been reminiscing, with deep misgivings, about how a significant body of conventional medical research is being subverted away from the good of the public and patient...

  25. Editorial Issue 58

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    It has been utterly frustrating for me to witness the constantly denigrating and sometimes tragic consequences of polarization from within and without complementary medicine.

  26. Editorial Issue 55

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    I am continuously shocked by the colossal ignorance of health professionals regarding published research across the many disciplines of Complementary Medicine.

  27. Editorial Issue 87

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    Call me simpleminded, but my idea of optimum healthcare has always been that, depending on the severity and nature of the medical problem, the most appropriate treatment(s) should b...

  28. Editorial Issue 84

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    It is a terrible situation when the penny drops and you realize that you cannot trust anyone to tell you the truth about life and death health matters. This is certainly the conclus...

  29. Editorial Issue 81

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    Published Research is inspirational for me. In this issue, MacPherson et al reported that of a total of 34,407 acupuncture treatments, there were no serious adverse events reported...

  30. Editorial Issue 78

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    That the Mind has a profound effect upon our health, via brain-immune modulation is not a new revelation. In fact, as per the recent review of the literature of psycho-neuro-immunol...

  31. Editorial Issue 75

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    In breach of the Maastricht Treaty

  32. Editorial Issue 72

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    I have been thinking of late that everyone around me and my colleagues seems to be either getting cancer or dying of cancer. In fact, this deeply distressing state of affairs is not...

  33. Editorial Issue 69

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    The rampant commercial attitude of many organizations, even within charities, healthcare and spiritual pursuits, has been a continuing revelation and source of distaste for me. We h...

  34. Editorial Issue 66

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    To badly paraphrase former US President Bill Clinton, -Its the Evidence, Stupid! Or, should I say, all the massive evidence regarding nutrition and cancer, which is in the public do...

  35. Editorial Issue 63

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    In the last issue I discussed how pivotal individual suffering and motivation can be in the development of important health treatments, particularly for chronic or intractable condi...

  36. Editorial Issue 60

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    Over ten years ago, while I was researching the literature for Vitamin C – The Master Nutrient, I came across the despairing cries of doctors who, having discovered even as f...

  37. Editorial Issue 57

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    Regarding scientific research and other important health information, the most difficult attributes to ferret out, but which are fundamental, underlying the information reliability ...

  38. Editorial Issue 54

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    The huge gulf which exists between natural-oriented therapies and people who follow more mainstream life practices never ceases to amaze me.

  39. Editorial Issue 53

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    As a child growing up in relatively affluent Canada during the 1950s and 60s, some of my most powerful formative influences were the frequent famines and horrors of conflict â€â€...

  40. Editorial Issue 50

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    Given the ongoing somewhat ferocious scrutiny regarding the safety of the many diverse therapies within Complementary Medicine – Aromatherapy, Nutrition, Herbal Medicine - to...

  41. Editorial Issue 47

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    The Government has appointed a Cancer Supremo to try to prevent 100,000 cancer deaths over the next 10 years. On the news bulletins have been reports of more money, more Consultants...

  42. Editorial Issue 44

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    There are few subjects more emotive, and dare I say political, than food and diet. Just reflect upon the billions spent in advertising all manner of food and beverages, mainly of th...

  43. Editorial Issue 41

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    Sadly, more often than not, it is only when we ourselves, or someone close to us, become seriously ill that we realise our own fragility and lack of certain knowledge regarding natu...

  44. Editorial Issue 38

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    When I was growing up, there were constant remarks from my parents and other grown-ups that as you got older you also became wiser and more experienced. I never had much truck for t...

  45. Editorial Issue 35

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    The concept -you are responsible for creating your reality- has been around in various guises for ages. My father would say -the way you make your bed you will lie in it-, and anoth...

  46. Editorial Issue 32

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    If you were at high risk of getting breast cancer what would you do? Suppose that you were in your early 30s, and a DNA test showed that you had inherited a gene with an 80% probabi...

  47. Editorial Issue 29

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    Shakespeare may have said that music has charms to soothe the savage breast, but this savage breast is not soothed by the enormous amount of misinformation about, especially regardi...

  48. Editorial Issue 18

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    Nearly 40 years ago, a young child critically ill with meningitis, I lay close to death in a Montreal hospital. Memories of the attempts of the doctors to diminish the pain of spina...

  49. Editorial Issue 52

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    You may have seen the recent headlines claiming that vitamin C causes clogged arteries and may therefore be a risk to heart disease. You may wonder what I, as an author of a book on...

  50. Editorial Issue 51

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    I get really furious when so-called experts pronounce utter nonsense in an authoritative way to their captive audience on radio or television. So, imagine my reaction while listenin...

  51. Editorial Issue 49

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    While there is no shortage of acceptable practitioners around, when I have a health problem to sort out, I have always found it difficult to locate that really superb therapist who ...

  52. Editorial Issue 46

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    It has been exciting to be able to review two outstanding books in this issue (please see pages 5-8), both documenting how nutrition can radically improve our health and even allevi...

  53. Editorial Issue 43

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    Very recently, a lovely woman known to all of us at Positive Health arrived in tears, with the devastating news that her 46-year old daughter had just been diagnosed with breast ca...

  54. Editorial Issue 40

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    Penny Brohn, internationally renowned campaigner for holistic cancer treatment and co-founder of the Bristol Cancer Help Centre, died late last year following a 15-year battle with ...

  55. Editorial Issue 37

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    During my lifetime, and particularly during the past 15 years, I have been at the receiving end of frankly outrageous diagnoses from a variety of practitioners, some of them fairly ...

  56. Editorial Issue 34

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    Happiness and Depression have become two of the most common, everyday words we bandy about. Yet, whereas talking, writing and giving seminars about how to achieve happiness can be a...

  57. Editorial Issue 31

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    Complementary Medicine has not even achieved relegation status, because it has not yet officially joined the healthcare system league. While healthcare priorities entail high-tech, ...

  58. Editorial Issue 28

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    There is a clichéd and outmoded notion that as we grow older we get more rigid in our beliefs and ways of viewing the world. As a teenager I enthusiastically embraced the slogan ...

  59. Editorial Issue 25

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    It seems the notion that having a positive attitude toward the therapy you are currently receiving will enhance its therapeutic effect has become a perceived truism.

  60. Editorial Issue 48

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    I sometimes fantasise (as I know many of us do) about what it would be like to live in another era, say before electricity, the car, radio, television, or the telephone. In fact, to...

  61. Editorial Issue 45

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    We tend to pride ourselves with being well-informed and knowledgeable. With all the high-tech gizmos, internet and network communications available, we congratulate ourselves with o...

  62. Editorial Issue 42

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    Where do you go to sort out your health problems? With such an incredible array of hugely diverse therapeutic approaches – from Healing, Reiki, Homeopathy, Herbs, Nutrition, ...

  63. Editorial Issue 39

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    Nothing infuriates me more than hearing some expert pontificating about the lack of research or lack of proof regarding the therapeutic efficacy of complementary medicine.

  64. Editorial Issue 36

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    What attributes make for a good practitioner, and, perhaps, more importantly, which sort of practitioner is right for you and your particular health problem? These fundamental quest...

  65. Editorial Issue 33

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    Cancer survival statistics make for sober reading, especially these days when the media are always ready to announce breakthroughs or miracle cures. Most intelligent people who do n...

  66. Editorial Issue 30

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    It has become an accepted fact that the causes of many cancers and other diseases are determined to a significant extent by environmental and dietary factors, including smoking, dri...

  67. Editorial Issue 27

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    Can you remember those times in your life when you have suffered a severe disappointment – when the penny finally dropped that someone close to you, or whom you trusted, had ...

  68. Editorial Issue 10

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    Complementary Medicine appears to be making significant progress - growing popularity with the public, increased albeit sometimes begrudging acceptance by the medical profession, a ...

  69. Editorial Issue 11

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    One of the many reasons that complementary medicine seems to get the short end of the stick when it comes to money, recognition and validation, is that by espousing to care for the ...

  70. Editorial Issue 12

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    There are so many modalities by which people can be treated and healed. This is a central truism emerging in this issue, so elegantly put by Leon Chaitow in his column (page 19) and...

  71. Editorial Issue 13

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    What happens at the interface of mind and body is arguably one of the most exciting and profound areas of health and life today, as it has been through the millennia. Not by acciden...

  72. Editorial Issue 14

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    The international research databases, clinicians notes, health books and magazines abound with the excellent therapeutic progress being made with complementary therapies. To read ho...

  73. Editorial Issue 15

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    There is an incredible diversity of professional opinion and approach even amongst practitioners of the same complementary therapies. This applies across virtually all disciplines.....

  74. Editorial Issue 16

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    There are a staggering array of therapies under the wide umbrella of complementary medicine and it is difficult, if not impossible for any one person to know, understand, or even re...

  75. Editorial Issue 17

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    In my days as a research scientist, I used to think that the way to broaden medical treatment methods was to do rigorous research and prove that a certain treatment or regime has a ...

  76. Editorial Issue 94

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    Thinking outside of the box is probably one of the most crucial qualities required by health practitioners. Alas, the world of medicine, and, indeed, the greater world of politics, ...

  77. Editorial Issue 93

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    My blood is boiling, again. While in the shower this morning, I had been mentally formulating what I wished to say in the Editorial of this Issue.

  78. Editorial Issue 92

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    I used to think that nutritional approaches for cancer treatment were the only fields marginalized vis à vis conventional medical orthodoxy. However, it is far, far worse; all co...

  79. Editorial Issue 91

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    David Walkers story (see pages 35-38) is both an inspiring and hideous example of the ongoing criminal suppression, by (mainly US) governments, law enforcement agencies such as the ...

  80. Editorial Issue 90

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    In over nine years of publishing Positive Health, I had never before been telephoned directly by the Medicines and Health Regulatory Agency (MHRA), previously called the Medicines C...

  81. Editorial Issue 95

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    I am somewhat amazed, and exceedingly proud to announce that Positive Health is now 10 years old and about to enter its second decade of publication.

  82. Editorial Issue 96

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    Regular readers of Positive Health know that I constantly harangue the medical establishment, government regulatory bodies and the media regarding the widespread scandalous ignoranc...

  83. Editorial Issue 97

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    I have a serious issue around trusting health experts. Your life and heath, and mine, may depend upon not trusting the received wisdom of conventional experts. There are a number of...

  84. Editorial Issue 98

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    I have never been comfortable with the dichotomies and schisms semantically describing various approaches to healthcare. Why do we have to continually divide and categorize types of...

  85. Editorial Issue 99

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    As professional health practitioners and serious users of complementary medicine, I imagine that the majority of Positive Health readers may not respond well to massively overblown,...

  86. Editorial Issue 100

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    How should we practise medicine? At first glance, this might seem as daft a question as How long is a piece of string? Or How do I love thee, let me count the ways. You might imagin...

  87. Editorial Issue 101

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    I sense that as practitioners and/or consumers of complementary medicine, we currently find ourselves in strained circumstances, sometimes with conflicting allegiances. This, I feel...

  88. Editorial Issue 102

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    The media and medical establishment climate we live in defies belief! According to research widely reported in the UK, more than 10,000 people in the UK, die every year from adverse...

  89. Editorial Issue 103

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    A Research Update in this issue by Sherry et al (see page 42) relates the successful treatment in Sydney Australia of an intractable MRSA infection of the lower tibia of a 49-year o...

  90. Editorial Issue 104

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    Since reading Vaccination: A Guide for Making Personal Choices (reviewed on page 61), I have continued to be impressed by the stunning clarity of this little book. Author Dr Hans-Pe...

  91. Editorial Issue 105

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    This past week I was exceedingly saddened to view BBC Watchdog (Monday 4 October) which attacked the nutritional and diet therapy of the Nutritional Cancer Therapy Trust, which is b...

  92. Editorial Issue 106

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    As you may already have heard, Heres Health, the longest lived magazine in the UK about Complementary Medicine, ceased publication; the November 2004 issue was the last. This inform...

  93. Editorial Issue 107

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    The other night on Newsnight I viewed a most innovative treatment by a Chinese doctor for degenerative neurological conditions including spinal cord injury, paralysis, ALS (Lou Gehr...

  94. Editorial Issue 108

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    Dr Robert Atkins, who tragically died last year after falling on the pavement and hitting his head, has been the subject of innumerable, inaccurate and sometimes ignorant swipes, bo...

  95. Editorial Issue 109

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    It is sometimes hard to know whether matters are progressing or not with Complementary Medicine. There are times when one almost despairs. Take the case of Jennifer Worth (see page...

  96. Editorial Issue 110

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    John Spottiswoode thought-provoking feature Cancer Causes and Mechanisms: Hypothesis (see pages 29-34) offers many fascinating insights regarding his central hypothesis that vario...

  97. Editorial Issue 111

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    I have been extremely apprehensive about what the best voting options would be at the general election on 5 May regarding the EU Supplement and Herbal Medicines Directive.

  98. Editorial Issue 112

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    The freedom to improve our health and treat numerous conditions using nutritional and herbal medicines is constantly under threat. Positive Health has widely publicized the campaig...

  99. Editorial Issue 113

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    It has been awhile since I have been riveted by a genuinely exciting, inspiring scientific tale of discovery that clinically alleviates symptoms of long-sufferers of Chronic Fatigue...

  100. Editorial Issue 114

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    The ruling about the EU Food Supplement Directive (FSD) at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on 12th July has, thankfully, not resulted in the Armageddon scenario previously feare...

  101. Editorial Issue 116

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    It is generally only through the sobering experience of personal or family illness and the ensuing medical treatments for that condition that we discover the truly pervasive and pos...

  102. Editorial Issue 117

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    As can be gleaned from a number of features, book reviews and letters within this issue, cancer is hardly the good news it is sometimes presented as in the Media. In the words of Be...

  103. Editorial Issue 118

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    The Headlines report that perhaps as many as one million mistakes occur within the NHS and that 2000 patients die every year from a variety of errors, ranging from falls, errors in ...

  104. Editorial Issue 119

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    Unbelievably, I was recently emailed a Press Release with the heading - Millions at Risk from Vitamins Overdose. I thought that someone was deliberately winding me up; however, the ...

  105. Editorial Issue 120

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    My partner suffered 7 hours of violent vomiting, following food poisoning after eating a meat pie purchased from our local Supermarket. Their response was pathetically customer serv...

  106. Editorial Issue 121

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    There is a huge volume of published material in all fields of Complementary Medicine. Such is the volume, that finding a place to house all the books and journals which PH receives ...

  107. Editorial Issue 122

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    Please read the inspiring story (see pages 42-43) of how David Longmans daughter Louise (now aged 21) was successfully treated and cured of a benign vascular tumour which had blight...

  108. Editorial Issue 123

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    The media disparages Complementary Medicine almost as quackery and voodoo witchcraft; snide comments in the print and broadcast media are prone to insinuation and scaremongering, po...

  109. Editorial Issue 124

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    In the Research Updates of this issue (see page 38 under Antioxidants), K Landmark from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, Norway has published a review of the literature ...

  110. Editorial Issue 125

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    My father died at the end of 2005, just prior to the New Year. The immediate cause of his death was the inability of his diabetic leg ulcers to heal; these had become infected and g...

  111. Editorial Issue 126

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    A longitudinal investigation of 143,325 individuals, initiated in 1992 by the American Cancer Society and followed up in 1997, 1999 and 2001, examined whether people exposed to pes...

  112. Editorial Issue 127

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    I have long been discovering that much that I had once been taught about science or health is incorrect, or that the information was presented with a biased agenda.

  113. Editorial Issue 128

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    One of my current pet hates is the over-riding obsession in our culture with cheapness, value for money, buy-one-get-one-free mentality. This paradigm pervades our entire lifestyle,...

  114. Editorial Issue 129

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    Fast Food, Obesity and Ill Health (see page 26), Living with Multiple Sclerosis and Treatment Approaches (see page19), The Holistic and Environmentally Friendly Home (see page 34), ...

  115. Editorial Issue 130

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    There are a number of tangible threats which put at risk many vital products and practices of Complementary Medicine. These include:

  116. Editorial Issue 131

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    By the time this January 07 issue of Positive Health is published a few days prior to Christmas, we will all, hopefully, be having at least a bit of a rest over the holiday season. ...

  117. Editorial Issue 132

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    Over the past 15 years of producing Positive Health (PH), it has never ceased to amaze me how health professionals view the world and filter health evidence from such unbelievably v...

  118. Editorial Issue 133

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    I do not usually relish reading Editorials in specialist journals or magazines where the Editor is pontificating upon subjects outside the remit of their publication, and that is wh...

  119. Editorial Issue 134

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    Sylvia Baker comments about how the Editorial in the March Issue (see letters page 52) had struck a cord in her and her friends have been rolling around in my mind all month.

  120. Editorial Issue 135

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    I received an email from a Canadian relative who had previously contacted me two years ago, seeking information for her husband struggling with prostate cancer.

  121. Editorial Issue 136

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    I direct all Positive Health (PH) readers to the Regulation Concerns letter on page 46 of this June Issue. This is an important communiqué, signed by A Concerned Professional; I ...

  122. Editorial Issue 137

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    This July Issue of Positive Health (PH) has an overall healing theme, with lucid and inspiring features about Meditation (Chronicles of Samadhi), Reiki (Angelic Reiki – A New...

  123. Editorial Issue 138

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    Am I a naïve imbecile or what? Just as more detailed research is being published and accumulated regarding the importance of diet and nutrition in disease prevention and treatmen...

  124. Editorial Issue 139

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    Today it is more difficult than ever to be fully informed regarding medical, lifestyle and scientific matters unless you are permanently hooked up with the electronic equivalent of ...

  125. Editorial Issue 140

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    The extent to which all endeavours have now been reduced to an Accountant-like bottom line mentality is breathtaking and despicable.

  126. Editorial Issue 141

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    Continuing on from my Economics and Budget discourse from the previous month (Issue 140, Oct 07), I have been further exercising my brain about the arbitrary nature of our current e...

  127. Editorial Issue 142

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    The notion that the individual, i.e. you or I, can make a difference to the world, has become familiar, yet sacred within the spiritual as well as the broader mainstream world.

  128. Editorial Issue 143

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    I am reminded again and again that the terms which we all use frequently to delineate ourselves from orthodox medicine, are wholly inadequate. These include the alphabet soup compri...

  129. Editorial Issue 115

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    I have been ruminating about Karin Leonards inspiring and highly practical feature Seven Principles for Life-Balance, which is totally in accord with the way that we ought to lead o...

  130. Editorial Issue 144

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    I was shocked when Martin Walker met me in Bristol in 1992 to discuss the Germanium debacle with me. During the mid to late 1980s, I had been researching organic germanium’s ...

  131. Editorial Issue 145

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    When I look at the Research Updates in this issue of Positive Health (PH) (please see pages 30-33), I see the tremendous progress made in the quality and nature of research investi...

  132. Editorial Issue 146

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    At a time that we face a crisis in nutritional health and malnourishment in much of the population due to inadequate nutrition for hospital patients, junk foot diet habits and dimin...

  133. Editorial Issue 24

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    This issue of Positive Health carries an extended special feature regarding Nursing in Complementary Medicine, to acknowledge and honour the vanguard role that nurses are playing in...

  134. Special Feature - Nursing

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    Nurses have been using and adapting complementary therapies to the clinical setting of hospitals, clinics and labour wards for many years, away from the limelight of headlines and t...

  135. Food and Nutrition for Optimum Health

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    The food that we eat exerts an extraordinarily potent influence upon our health and well-being at many levels – molecular, physiological, psychological and spiritual.

  136. Editorial Issue 23

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    As a child during the 1950s, the treatment for earache was the application of heated oil ear drops. In the days before the widespread use of antibiotics, having a cold meant staying...

  137. Editorial Issue 22

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    I and others of like mind have been railing against the hopelessly divided systems of orthodox and complementary medicine for more than a decade. Now, finally, the new buzzword is i...

  138. Editorial Issue 21

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    I suppose that I behave like most other people when hit by a particular health problem. On the one hand, I am driven to discover the nature and diagnosis of the problem to satisfy m...

  139. Interview with Leslie Kenton

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    An Interview with Leslie Kenton about the menopause, progesterone and other health problems of interest to women.

  140. Editorial Issue 20

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    Dreams, Visions, Goals. These are the stuff which inspire and motivate us, fire our passion and spirit and, through our conscious and unconscious actions, ultimately determine and c...

  141. Editorial Issue 19

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    Deepak Chopra enunciates the self-evident yet profound truth (see interview page 27), that every diet works for some people, but that no diet works for everyone, since we are all un...

  142. Editorial Issue 147

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    In all the years since Positive Health (PH) has been established, one key area which has never ceased to astonish me has been the vastly differing areas of perception regarding dive...

  143. Letters to the Editor 14

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    The real cause of BSE!! + Bodily wear and tear + Not so Bizarre Bazaar!!

  144. Editorial Issue 148

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    Recently, the negative media coverage regarding the so-called worthlessness or even fraudulence of Complementary Medicine has been growing into an almost deafening crescendo.

  145. Editorial Issue 149

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    It is indeed shocking these days to witness the spectacle of breathtaking spin and mendacity emanating from leaders of nations – Zimbabwe, Sudan, Burma, China, even the USA a...

  146. Editorial Issue 150

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    Hardly a week goes by without the print and broadcast media taking a swipe at Complementary Medicine, as if these techniques are completely bogus. PH was originally founded to refut...

  147. Editorial Issue 151

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    The work of Dr Stephen Mannion, profiled by Dr (Lord) Robert Winston on Super Doctors, aired Thursday 4 September on BBC1 Television is totally inspiring...

  148. Editorial Issue 152

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    These are exceedingly frustrating times for those of us, and that includes most PH readers, who yearn for an integrated approach to healthcare which embraces the best of all discipl...

  149. Editorial Issue 153

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    This Dec Issue 153 of PH Online has an appropriately seasonal theme – with the nights starting to close in and, as animals, we feel like hibernating to re-charge our batterie...

  150. Editorial Issue 154

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    During this transition period around the New Year 2009, the contents of the PH Online Jan Issue 154 provide us with substantive yet contemplative material upon which to reflect.

  151. Editorial Issue 155

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    Even were we not now living through perhaps the greatest period of financial turmoil since the Great Depression, February is typically the time of the year when the high from all th...

  152. Editorial Issue 156

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    Searching for and researching the best information regarding our health conditions, and not necessarily trusting and accepting what the experts pronounce, can help to save our own l...

  153. Editorial Issue 157

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    Most PH readers are familiar with the wide variety of expert shades of opinion which prevails within just about every health discipline. This includes fields as diverse as Healing, ...

  154. Editorial Issue 158

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    As we publish PH Online May Issue 158, the world community is at a knife edge, wondering whether the Swine Influenza Virus H1N1 will become a pandemic event, and if so, if this will...

  155. Editorial Issue 159

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    Just as we are publishing this June 2009 Issue 159 of PH Online, the death of Dr Abram Hoffer at age 92, has been reported. Dr Hoffer was one of the great pioneers of Orthomolecular...

  156. Editorial Issue 160

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    Many people, myself included, are a patchwork of being both mind (left brain)-oriented (live in their heads), as well as emotionally perceptive, sensitive and prone to mood swings. ...

  157. Editorial Issue 161

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    I should be deliriously happy, as a qualified research scientist, that research now appears to occupy media headlines.

  158. Editorial Issue 162

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    Perhaps a most important impetus for launching Positive Health PH back in 1994 was the dearth of authoritative information about clinical developments and research in the numerous d...

  159. SG - Clinical Cancer Research Studies

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    Clinical Cancer Research Studies, seminars

  160. SG - Role of Ganoderma Supplementation in Cancer Management

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    Role of Ganoderma Supplementation in Cancer Management

  161. SG - Molecular Cancer Research

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    Molecular Cancer Research Seminar

  162. SG - Nutritional Cancer Research Seminar

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    Seminar subjects for Nutritional Cancer Research Seminar in Sept 2009

  163. SG - Land of Confusion: How Poor Science and Misleading Media Coverage

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    Poor scientific work done by physicians and scientists - plus a lack of proper filters in journalism coverage of science - is contributing to misleading and contradictory dietary su...

  164. SG - Cancer Research Websites

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    List of cance research web sites.

  165. Images

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    Charts from a cancer seminar given by Sandra Goodman in 2009

  166. Editorial Issue 163

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    Recently I gave a talk about Nutrition and Cancer Research to post graduate Nutrition students at the Centre for Nutrition and Lifestyle Management (CNELM). Despite my lengthy 3-hou...

  167. Editorial Issue 164

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    When I was a young child, I used to roll my eyes when my father told me things such as things do not change, or, children think they are re-discovering America.

  168. Editorial Issue 165

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    I am the recipient of mountains of correspondence via post and emails; this will not surprise most PH readers, who are also presumably drowning in their own deluge of paperwork and ...

  169. Editorial Issue 166

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    Just as we are finalizing this Jan 2010 issue of PH Online, comes the incredible circulated news of the alleged kidnap of Alpha Omega Laboratory owner Greg Caton from Ecuador to th...

  170. Editorial Issue 167

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    As controversy swirls, not for the first time, around President Barack Obama healthcare reforms in the USA, we publish a review in this Feb 2010 Issue 167 of Death by Medicine[1] by...

  171. Editorial Issue 168

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    As we publish this March 2010 Issue 168 edition of Positive Health PH Online, with cover story Molecular Genetic Discoveries: Towards a Better Understanding of Homeopathy by Dr Pete...

  172. Editorial Issue 169

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    This PH Online April Issue 169 publishes outstanding Editorial features encompassing the disciplines of Mind / Body / Emotion / Spirit.

  173. Editorial Issue 170

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    With the burgeoning of internet sites which instantly publish research information, including links to social networking sites which can go viral, need I reiterate that at times th...

  174. Editorial Issue 171

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    The politics and political status of Complementary / Alternative / Integrated Medicine have been central features throughout the past 16 years since Positive Health PH Online has be...

  175. Editorial Issue 172

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    Being a Writer or Editor, at least for myself, generally means being attached to a desk, computer and telephone / email, not going out and conversing with the great and the good. I...

  176. Editorial Issue 173

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    There are a number of Research Updates in this PH Online Aug Issue 173 which point to potentially significant steps in our understanding of certain cancers.

  177. The Evidence for Probiotics

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    The study and therapeutic use of various beneficial bacteria for health purposes for humans and animals is termed Probiotics, literally - for life.

  178. Chelation Research Merits Priority Attention

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    The statistics regarding Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) and Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) make grim reading. In the UK, CHD affects 24% of all men and 25% of all women – with 15...

  179. Endometriosis - An Urgent Priority

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    Why is endometriosis not featured in headline news articles? This blighter of womens lives is not some obscure or insignificant condition - far from it. Rather, this painful and de...

  180. Editorial Issue 174

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    This Sept 2010 Issue 174 of Positive Health PH Online publishes significant information regarding important health issues.

  181. Editorial Issue 175

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    As we publish this October 2010 Issue 175 of Positive Health PH Online, news items have been prominent across the media regarding progress with targeted genome molecular research in...

  182. Editorial Issue 176

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    cancer

  183. Editorial Issue 177

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    This Positive Health PH Online Dec 2010 Issue 177 publishes, as is usual, Editorial features of outstanding originality, diversity and integrity encompassing the enormous spectrum o...

  184. Editorial Issue 178

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    PositiveHealthOnline Editorial Issue 178

  185. Editorial Issue 179

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    As my partner continues to gradually get better with his shingles and my tmj chewing problem appears to be diminishing, I have been re-evaluating whether techniques for visualizatio...

  186. Editorial Issue 180

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    finance, politics, international, science, healthcare, cancer, vitamin c

  187. Editorial Issue 181

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    ver the years, there have been countless campaigns to fight for the availability of nutritional and herbal medicines. The Alliance of Natural Health is now in the process of mountin...

  188. Macrobiotics and Cancer and Whole Grains with High Phytonutrient Activity - Research Compilation

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    Reporting a number of interesting and informative research studies about macrobiotic diet and cancer, including experience with macrobiotics for tinnitus. Following is a compilation...

  189. Editorial Issue 182

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    I recently listened to the very inspiring Inheritance Tracks of Peter Tatchell on BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Live who selected We Shall Overcome by Joan Baez and Imagine by John Lennon...

  190. Editorial Issue 183

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    Several articles in this June 2011 Issue 183 of Positive Health PH Online describe how natural functions such as our breathing and voice have far-reaching effects upon our physical,...

  191. Editorial Issue 184

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    This is Positive Health PH Online July 2011 Issue 184. Each issue, I endeavour to select a group of eclectic yet authoritative articles which span the entire remit across Complement...

  192. Editorial Issue 185

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    Editorial for Positive Health Online issue 186

  193. Editorial Issue 186

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    How can one compare the seemingly more prosaic Integrated Medicine magazine with testosterone-powered revolution? Of course they inhabit totally different universes; however the new...

  194. Editorial Issue 187

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    letters to the editor

  195. Editorial Issue 188

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    Strange how each issue of Positive Health PH Online seems to have its own ‘theme’, despite my non-selection, or so I think. As I commission and put together each issue of PH Online,...

  196. Editorial Issue 189

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    PH Online Dec Issue 189 issues publishes two seminal features documenting a historical perspective of Homeopathy and Hypnotherapy, as well as two articles illustrating Macrobiotic h...

  197. Editorial Issue 190

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    Here we are, on the cusp of 2012 – the start of the 18th year of Positive Health PH Online. The flow of authoritative, informative and useful natural health information never ceases...

  198. Editorial Issue 191

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    I don’t suppose I am unique, but for me 2011 was an annus horribilis (I have been intending to blog about why, but haven’t yet found the time); I have been quietly thrilled that 201...

  199. Editorial Issue 192

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    The link between a person’s beliefs, agenda, training has an inestimable influence upon the prism through which they view health issues, political actions, indeed probably every asp...

  200. Editorial Issue 193

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    My partner Mike Howell and I launched Positive Health PH Online in 1994, following my setting up of the Cancer and Nutrition database for the then Bristol Cancer Help Centre (BCNH) ...

  201. Editorial Issue 194

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    It never ceases to amaze me how stridently opposing views are voiced from health and medical professionals inhabiting the same world of healthcare, and who all supposedly must be re...

  202. Editorial Issue 195

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    As Editor and one of the co-founders of Positive Health PH Online, you can imagine the mountains of daily emails I receive; in fact, one of my recent resolutions I am enacting, als...

  203. Editorial Issue 196

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    This PH Online July Issue 196 publishes two authoritative articles dealing with weight at the extreme ends of the spectrum – Claudia Louch’s Expert Column about cancer cachexia To W...

  204. Editorial Issue 197

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    The longer I work in the field of publishing medical health information - both natural and conventional treatment approaches, the more I feel as though I live in a warped universe....

  205. Editorial Issue 198

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    I can report that as usual, there are events of Alternative / Complementary / Natural Medicine prompting dramatic, urgent actions, such as the current ban by the UK medicines regula...

  206. Editorial Issue 199

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    We are all groaning from the sheer weight of available information about every aspect of health, in technical and popular media. I spend just about my entire life reading, researc...

  207. Editorial Issue 200

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    It seems unbelievable that here we are with Issue 200 of Positive Health PH Online. The launch of PH was inspired by a suggestion from my partner and co-director Mike Howell while I...

  208. A Transcript - Natural Approaches to the Menopause

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    'Natural Approaches to the Menopause'

  209. Contents

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    Contents

  210. Introduction to the Menopause Symposium

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    Welcome to the Natural Approaches to the Menopause Symposium. It is a pleasure to see you all here today, and I hope that we will all benefit personally and achieve a cross-fertili...

  211. List of Exhibitors and Speakers

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    List of Exhibitors and Speakers

  212. Editorial Issue 201

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    No matter how many years I have been Editor of Positive Health PH Online - about 19 years and 201 issues - there is nothing that brings home more clearly the stark reality of illnes...

  213. Editorial Issue 202

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    As we are poised on the brink of moving into the new year 2013, this Issue 202 of Positive Health PH Online similarly bridges many of the gaps which certain forces believe to separa...

  214. Editorial Issue 203

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    Welcome to 2013 and the Feb Issue 203 of Positive Health PH Online - our 19th year of publication!!

  215. Editorial Issue 204

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    What a world we live in today, being inundated, even assaulted with endless scandals of sexual impropriety by politicians, priests and popular media figures. As if it is not enough ...

  216. Editorial Issue 205

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    My heart is always cheered when I read research investigating the mode of anti-cancer action of a natural substance so was very interested in the research update by Shitaba et al fr...

  217. Editorial Issue 206

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    Integrated Cancer Treatment today is a total misnomer. Physicians are prevented from proposing or administering any treatments other than surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy . ....

  218. Editorial Issue 207

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    Positive Health PH Online readers appreciate how, in healthcare as in all other endeavours, our treatment approaches are influenced by our worldview - our education, training, beli...

  219. Editorial Issue 208

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    There are several factors regarding cancer treatment regimens conspiring to create a catch-22 situation, preventing the broadening the scope of cancer treatment.

  220. Editorial Issue 209

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    This is PH Online Issue 209 - yes 209 issues, 19+ - approaching 20 years - of Positive Health - the publication spanning the complete spectrum of mind [including spiritual] - body s...

  221. Editorial Issue 210

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    Positive Health PH Online has always placed an important emphasis upon the environmental impact upon our health, publishing numerous editorial features over the decades describing m...

  222. Editorial Issue 211

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    2014 is Positive Health PH Online’s 20th Anniversary; the growing international PH Online community continues to esteem this quality collection of articles, research and book review...

  223. Editorial Issue 212

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    In this Feb 2014 Issue 212 of Positive Health PH Online, we continue along the 20th anniversary journey since the launch of PH in 1994.

  224. Editorial Issue 213

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    In this 20th anniversary year of Positive Health PH Online, the political climate appears to be heating up, although I don’t suppose that there was never any heat - just perhaps tha...

  225. Editorial Issue 214

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    Given that 2014 is the 20th anniversary year since the launch of Positive Health PH Online, there is much to contemplate regarding progress or lack thereof with respect of the integ...

  226. Nutrition and Life-style Guidelines for People with Cancer

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    The significance of nutritional and life-style guidelines for people with cancer is examined in this consensus document.

  227. Editorial Issue 215

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    our ability to overcome infection / diseases and maintain good health

  228. Editorial Issue 216

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    I have been reflecting about how often during my life I have made ‘wrong’ decisions which have resulted in me pursuing the wrong course / career path, living in the wrong country, ...

  229. Research Proposal: Cancer Patients’ Survival: Comparing Integrated Alternative Therapies and Chemotherapy / Radiotherapy Treatment

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    I recently re-discovered on my hard drive the Consensus Statement document - attached - published in 1994 of which I was the lead author - Nutrition and Life-Style Guidelines for Pe...

  230. Editorial Issue 217

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    Prior to the launch of Positive Health PH Online in 1994 I attended a Conference at the Bristol Cancer Help Centre to discuss Nutritional and Lifestyle Guidelines for Cancer Patient...

  231. Editorial Issue 218

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    Chemotherapy - one of the three legally sanctioned highly toxic cancer treatments - the other two are surgery and radiotherapy - has often been depicted in graphic terms including ...

  232. Editorial Issue 219

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    My heart sings when I read books and articles which totally embody comprehensive and inclusive integrative / alternative treatments which actually achieve a result. Examples of thi...

  233. Editorial Issue 220

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    I co-launched Positive Health PH Online some 20+years ago to help bring together - integrate - the disparate treatment approaches / world views of so-called orthodox allopathic and ...

  234. Editorial Issue 221

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    As we publish this Positive Health PH Online Issue 221, progress or the lack thereof toward attaining acceptance / recognition of the efficacy of non-toxic cancer treatments appears...

  235. Editorial Issue 222

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    It seems a very long time ago now - 1989-90 - while researching for my book Vitamin C - the Master Nutrient that I came across the now well-thumbed subversive book by Robert Housto...

  236. Editorial Issue 223

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    We pay tribute and say a sad farewell to Stephen Cooper, co-Founder of the Bloomsbury Alexander Centre in London, Alexander teacher and musician, warm-hearted and friendly, with a l...

  237. Editorial Issue 224

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    It has never been a secret that one of the principal objectives of Positive Health PH Online was to attempt to bridge the gap between orthodox/allopathic and alternative/complement...

  238. Editorial Issue 225

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    We are frequently assaulted with dire health warnings about swathes of apocalyptic consequences of our diet, the ingredients in food, the chemicals, antibiotics, pesticides in use. ...

  239. Editorial Issue 226

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    My spirits have been greatly lifted with the airing of the professional, authoritative and highly informative second series The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest. This 2015 Series ...

  240. Editorial Issue 227

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    Recently there have been virtually apocalyptic warnings about how, with the development and spread of antibiotic resistance to even those drugs of last resort, the world will be th...

  241. Editorial Issue 228

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    Even after 22 years as Editor of Positive Health PH Online, it doesn’t get easier to tread the tightrope between the separate orbs of conventional and complementary / alternative me...

  242. Editorial Issue 229

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    As presumably are the majority of Positive Health PH Online readers, I have been appalled and assaulted by the depressingly escalating violence and collapse of ancient civilizations...

  243. Editorial Issue 230

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    Regarding the seeming non-progress in my view to an integrated healthcare system, I experience moments of pure despair and frustration. I have been actively engaged for over 30 yea...

  244. Editorial Issue 231

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    During the past 6-8 weeks I have experienced significant apprehension, anxiety, even emotional turmoil, all as a result of conflicts and cliff-hangers, both internal and external. I...

  245. Editorial Issue 232

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    Many events have transpired since publication of previous issue Positive Health PH Online Issue 231 on 16 June, including the EU Referendum in which the Vote Leave Brexit campaign w...

  246. Editorial Issue 233

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    Am I guilty of hyperbole? Do I catastrophize and rail against what I perceive as ineffective, harmful, even deadly treatments espoused by the orthodox medical establishment? Positiv...

  247. Editorial Issue 234

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    In this Positive Health PH Online Issue 234 is published The Banerji Protocols - Cases and Evidence of Cancer Remission documenting imaged evidence from X-Rays, MRIs and Stereotaci...

  248. My Experience of Publishing Positive Health PH Online for >22 Years

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    David Lorimer’s invitation to describe the impact of publishing Positive Health PH Online for >22 years has provoked within me an intense period of reflection and introspection....

  249. Editorial Issue 235

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    Having recently been invited by David Lorimer MA PGCE FRSA to write about what it has been like to edit Positive Health PH Online over more than 22 years virtually plunged me down a...

  250. Editorial Issue 236

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    In the almost 25 years since becoming Editor of Positive Health PH Online, I have never before felt as I do today such a complete polarization between the so-called orthodox / conv...

  251. Cancer Prevention, Detection and Treatment – The Way Forward

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    Even if you don’t have cancer, or are not particularly interested in reading about cancer, please read the following articles which contain important information about environmenta...

  252. Editorial Issue 237

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    Now in its 23rd year, Positive Health PH Online continues to publish articles and research pointing out how certain conventional treatment (drug-led) approaches are apparently being...

  253. Editorial Issue 238

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    Issue 238 of Positive Health PH Online features Lyme Disease as the cover story, cases of which are soaring / exploding in the UK and USA as well as articles across a wide spectrum ...

  254. Editorial Issue 239

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    Suppressing, ignoring and downright attacking research evidence of non-pharmaceutically derived, safe, usually natural and non-patentable herbs, nutrients, homeopathic and Ayurvedic...

  255. Journey - Molecular Biology via Organic Germanium, Vitamin C, Cancer to Positive Health – Interview of Dr S Goodman by Dr Carl Helvie

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    This extensive interview was originally broadcast live 17 June 2017 on BBS Radio Holistic Health Show

  256. Editorial Issue 240

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    As scientific and research evidence mounts across a multitude of disciplines, it is increasingly becoming clearer that certain fundamental tenets / paradigms underlying treatment ap...

  257. Editorial Issue 241

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    I was incredulous to hear on the news this week – Sept 2017 - results of a five-year study of patients which reported that cyberchondria - people researching health symptoms onlin...

  258. Editorial Issue 242

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    As production with Positive Health PH Online Issue 242 was underway, it was announced on 2 Oct 2017 by The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet that the 2017 Nobel Prize for Phys...

Book reviews by Sandra Goodman PhD

  1. The Truth About Cancer: What You Need to Know About Cancer’s History, Treatment and Prevention

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  2. Every Body Tells a Story: A Craniosacral Journey

    Listed in bodywork

  3. Neem - Nature's Healing Gift to Humanity

    Listed in herbal medicine

  4. Tripping Over the Truth: The Return of the Metabolic Theory of Cancer Illuminates a New and Hopeful Path to a Cure

    Listed in cancer

  5. Under Cover of Darkness - How I Blogged My Way Through Mantle Cell Lymphoma

    Listed in cancer

  6. You Can Beat Lung Cancer Using Alternative / Integrative Interventions

    Listed in cancer

  7. Chemotherapy Heals Cancer and the Earth is Flat

    Listed in cancer

  8. Shattering the Cancer Myth - A Positive Guide to Beating Cancer - 4th Edition

    Listed in cancer

  9. The Unborn Child: Beginning a Whole Life and Overcoming Problems of Early Origin

    Listed in women's health

  10. Indigenous Herbal Medicines: Tribal Formulations and Traditional Herbal Practices

    Listed in herbal medicine

  11. Toxic Dentistry Exposed: The Link between Dentistry and Chronic Disease

    Listed in dentistry

  12. Death by Medicine

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  13. Side Effects: A Prosecutor, a Whistleblower, and a Bestselling Antidepressant on Trial

    Listed in drugs

  14. It's Not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: RSI Theory and Therapy for Computer Professionals

    Listed in sports injuries

  15. Cancer Recovery Guide and Cancer the Complete Recovery Guide

    Listed in cancer

  16. The Anatomy of Stretching

    Listed in bodywork

  17. My Dearest Enemy, My Dangerous Friend: Making and Breaking Sibling Bonds

    Listed in psychospiritual

  18. Stop America's #1 Killer!

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  19. Food is Better Medicine Than Drugs: Your Prescription for Drug-Free Health

    Listed in nutraceuticals

  20. The Churkendoose Anthology - True Stories of Triumph over Neurological Dysfunction

    Listed in learning and development

  21. 5 Secrets of Health and Happiness: Chinese Wisdom to Nourish Your Life

    Listed in chinese oriental medicine

  22. Colours of the Soul

    Listed in light and colour

  23. The Alternative - Book and Video Series for Discovery Health Channel

    Listed in complementary medicine

  24. The Desktop Guide to Complementary and Alternative Medicine - an evidence-based approach

    Listed in complementary medicine

  25. The Good Health Directory

    Listed in complementary medicine

  26. Loc Le Ribault's Resistance: The creation of a treatment for arthritis and the persecution of its author France's foremost forensic scientist

    Listed in complementary medicine

  27. Numb Toes and Aching Soles: Coping with Peripheral Neuropathy

    Listed in complementary medicine

  28. The Radionics Handbook

    Listed in energy medicine

  29. The Essence of Self-Healing - How to bring health and happiness into your life

    Listed in healing

  30. The Healing Sun - Sunlight and Health in the 21st Century

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  31. Your Heart and You: A Holistic Guide to a Healthier Heart

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  32. The Homeopathic Conversation - The Art of Taking the Case

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  33. Get Well, Stay Well

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  34. Integrating Complementary Therapies in Primary Care

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  35. The Good Web Guide - Mind, Body & Spirit

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  36. Destructive Emotions and How We Can Overcome Them

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  37. An Open Heart - Practising Compassion in Everyday Life

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  38. The Dalai Lama's Book of Daily Meditations - The Path To Tranquillity

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  39. The Wooden Bowl - Simple Meditation for Everyday Life

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  40. Conversations with the Body - The True Sixth Sense Story of a Medical Intuitive

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  41. Metaphors in Mind - Transformation through Symbolic Modelling

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  42. The Owner's Guide to the Body

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  43. Reinventing Medicine: Beyond Mind-Body to a New Era of Healing

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  44. Who Are You? 101 Ways of Seeing Yourself: An Identikit of Self-Discovery

    Listed in mind body

  45. Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, & Toxins - Curing the Incurable

    Listed in nutrition

  46. The X Factor Diet - For lasting weight loss and vital health

    Listed in nutrition

  47. Dr Atkins Vita-Nutrient Solution: Nature's answer to drugs

    Listed in nutraceuticals

  48. The Complete Illustrated Guide to Nutritional Healing

    Listed in nutrition

  49. Feel-Good Food - A Guide to Intuitive Eating

    Listed in nutrition

  50. The Food Revolution: How your diet can help save your life and the world

    Listed in nutrition

  51. Foods That Fight Pain

    Listed in nutraceuticals

  52. Health Defence

    Listed in nutrition

  53. The Healthy Food Directory

    Listed in nutrition

  54. Living Food for Health - 12 Natural Superfoods to Transform Your Health

    Listed in nutraceuticals

  55. Organic Cookbook

    Listed in organic food

  56. Beyond Fear

    Listed in psychotherapy

  57. Embracing Uncertainty - Achieving peace of mind as we face the unknown

    Listed in psychotherapy

  58. Momma and the Meaning of Life - Tales of Psychotherapy

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  59. Breaking the Bonds - Understanding Depression, Finding Freedom

    Listed in psychotherapy

  60. Dancing with the Devil - Survival for Healers and Therapists

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  61. Empower your Life with Reiki - Focus your body's energy for deep relaxation and inner peace

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