Agroundbreaking trial to see if it is possible to regenerate the brains of dead people, has won approval from health watchdogs.
I have followed this daily recipe for over six months, have lost 12 pounds, and now weigh what I weighed as a Navy Fighter pilot 178 lbs. ~ have added lean muscle mass ~ and feel great.
Dutch scientists have put a new spin on the Victorian mantra “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” A cup of coffee or a glass of wine also appear to help maintain “good” bacteria in the gut, a new study has found. Large-scale DNA analysis enabled researchers to examine what factors affect the diversity […]
Consuming fructose, a sugar that’s common in the Western diet, alters hundreds of genes that may be linked to many diseases, life scientists report.
So far, photodynamic therapies have been dependent on oxygen in the tissue. But hardly any oxygen exists in malignant, rapidly growing tumors.
The National Veterans Technical Assistance Center (NVTAC) is hosting the webinar “Using SOAR to Access Social Security Disability Benefits” on Thursday, April 21 at 2:00 pm EDT.
PTSD is really a reaction to being exposed to death, and anyone who’s been exposed to death in even a single incident, like a car accident ~ you don’t want to go back and think about that all the time. But you can’t not think about it.
After living with hepatitis C for more than 35 years, local resident Charles Otey — along with 500 other veterans — has been cured.
My joyful demonstration that this infinite Unified Field of love ~ and not the speed of light ~ is the absolute constant of the universe also leads me to a simple and joyous observation that psychology, science and religion ultimately all rest on a common foundation of love and soul consciousness.
A new documentary called ‘Thank You for Your Service’ sheds light on challenges military veterans face after years of intense training and war. William Rodriguez lived it.
As an octogenarian at 82 years old, I find myself increasingly concerned with end-of-life preparation ~ but I also feel a subtle anticipatory pull from within which serves as a constant joyful reminder to me that time is seemingly contracting as I approach the ultimate event horizon of death and the point of convergence beyond it.
How we characterize the injuries sustained by veterans in war is crucial both to our understanding of the war experience and to the healing process. I have argued elsewhere that to ignore, trivialize or subsume the whole of the veterans’ readjustment difficulties under the post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) umbrella as mental illness is misguided and […]
Nanotechnology has helped scientists cure mice which have breast cancer in its terminal stage. The study could be a turning point in treating the disease with clinical trials on human patients expected to be conducted as early as next year. “I would never want to over-promise to the thousands of patients looking for a cure […]
© uhsm.nhs.uk A male nurse was banned from the profession after a patient that he had been caring for with a severe communication disability blinked out the words “I am being abused,” media report. Ernesto Corpus, the nurse in question, who worked at the University Hospital of South Manchester Trust, was banned from the profession […]
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced that it is now able to fund care for all Veterans with hepatitis C for Fiscal Year 2016 regardless of the stage of the patient’s liver disease. The move follows increased funding from Congress along with reduced drug prices.
Ultrasound Sclerotherapy using Foam is an alternative to surgery for varicose veins.
As a still active and joyful Octogenarian at 82 as well as a disabled veteran it is important for me and those that follow to leave a paper trail that leads to the Unified Field as well as all my experiences of surrendering to this joyful state of consciousness that lies not only beyond time and space but also beneath our deepest fears.
Snow fell outside the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 696 as its members held their monthly meeting Feb. 9.
Researchers at Russia’s Altai State University have reportedly finished the second stage of testing of what may prove to be a viable longevity treatment.
My work is, in essence, the reinterpretation of Teilhard de Chardin in light of the current coming together of mankind ~ as it slowly surrenders to its innate urge to unite and makes a painful shift from ego consciousness to soul consciousness
By Christopher Flavelle for Bloomberg The Republican presidential candidates are pitching Obamacare. Marco Rubio wants to “ensure those with pre-existing health conditions can get access to affordable coverage.” Ted Cruz wants to “delink health insurance from employment.” Jeb Bush favors letting employers “use financial incentives to encourage wellness programs.”John Kasich wants to use episode-based payments to […]
US scientists have found a genetic marker indicative of breast, bowel, lung, womb and stomach cancer and probably many other types of cancer.
Apart from the mainstream portrayal of Russia as a ruthless expansionist dictatorship (a portrayal too ludicrous to merit attention here), most awake commentators fall into one of two camps.
Re “The Truth About PTSD” (Op-Ed, Jan. 23), about Sarah Palin’s suggestion that her son’s arrest on a domestic violence charge was somehow tied to post-traumatic stress disorder suffered after his military service in Iraq:
Specifically, the mosquito-release took place in Juazeiro, in northeast Brazil, in virtually the same area where babies are now being born with microcephaly.
There are two recorded cases when the highly dangerous Zika virus may have been transmitted through sexual intercourse, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said. The WHO says between 3 and 4 million people may have been infected this year. “There is one reported case of Zika virus through possible […]
John Tozzi for Bloomberg Just two months ago, researchers in China identified a gene that can make bacteria resistant to a last-resort antibiotic called colistin. It was a bombshell discovery for people who follow superbugs. Now that gene has been detected in at least 19 countries, and scientists are alarmed. Colistin is what doctors give […]
Let me share our initial meeting 44 years ago in 1972 which has set the stage for where I am now but is a wonderful personal example of how our lives are divinely interconnected and guided from within if we will but listen, say YES to ourselves and not be controlled by fear.
TEHRAN (FNA)- An artificial pancreas may soon be as close as your smartphone, as researches prepare to begin final clinical tests for a device that would ease the burden of type 1 diabetes. The device one can automatically measure sugar levels and support insulin delivery. After 183,708 hours of clinical trials since 2008 and 20 […]
At a warehouse near Dallas, a black Lab named Papi tugs on a rope to open a fridge and passes his trainer a plastic water bottle with his mouth.