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AIDS and its Relationship to HIV with David Rasnick, PhD

submitted by: admin on 05/08/2015
The controversy about HIV as the cause of AIDS is discussed. Startling questions are raised making you wonder why it an open debate has not happened in an open forum. Dr. Rasnick's points are very unsettling and require our attention.                

American Society for Integrated Medical Practitioners with Russell Jaffe, MD

submitted by: admin on 05/12/2015
This new approach to medicine is based on integrative, holistic, person-centered care where the relationship between the patient and practitioner is sacred. Both an evidenced based and pragmatic approach is taken, which means that they look at causes first and not last. They must also compassionately set the example rather than preach treatments or lifestyle...

Awakening to the New Medicine with Byron Belitsos

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Byron interviews Len Saputo about his militaristic medical treatment. 11% of medical students consider suicide. Creating a healing relationship is primary in medical practice. Keeping an open mind about other discipines is critical. The story of my wife's illness led to finding a solution outside of medicine that finally led me to an integrative approach.              

Collaborative Medicine with Martin Rossman, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Working together in collaboration with the patient as a partner is important in making the best decisions for treatment. Both doctor and patient must listen to one another and have a team relationship. Healing is more than treating diseases; it is about treating human beings with illnesses. Medicines are important, but only one aspect of getting well. It is more...

Computers Affect the Doctor-patient Relationship

submitted by: admin on 03/22/2014
A study from Northwestern Medicine published in the International Journal of Medical Informatics in January of 2014 compared the doctor-patient relationship when a computer was used for electronic medical records vs when a paper chart visit was used. They tracked eye-gaze movements of the doctor and patient in 100 office visits and felt there was a compromise...

Conscious Nutrition with Geoffrey Marx

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Conscious nutrition relates to the relationship we have with food and includes its growth, harvesting, preparation, and consumption. It is more than about how it is assimilated by the body. It also includes social factors that encourage community.        

Conscious Nutrition with Geoffrey Marx (Audio)

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
We have to eat to live, yet conscious nutrition goes beyond biochemistry. Environment has a lot to do with what we eat and what it does for us. Conversely, what we do to the environment has a lot to do with what food has in it and how it affects us. About 45% of what we produce is discarded. Production of beef is very costly to the environment and pollution.            

Conscious Nutrition with Geoffry Marx

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Food is central to life and conscious nutrition is more than about biochemistry. It also relates to the environment at dinner time. Our culture is built on speed and fast food is a real problem. Appreciation of the soil, environmental impacts, and connections with family are integral factors. We are in relationship with all that there is.            

Continuum with Linda Chrisman

submitted by: admin on 11/19/2018
The way we move describes how we are. How we move depends on our experiences in life and how we interact with our environment. Emily Conrad’s work shows that movement is related to our biology. Felt sense is defined.

Conversations with Chief Black Horse

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
The Chief explains the Native American Way and how it is a holistic practice that involves who we are in every way and how we relate to the entire world and universe. Relationship with the unknown and the ancestors is central thoughts.            

Conversations with Meir Schneider

submitted by: admin on 11/19/2018
Deep commitment and hard work can solve health problems that are often deemed hopeless. Spiritual practice can be the belief that the body has the power to self heal. Loving relationships are a strong tool for healing.

Doctors and Dying Patients

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Doctors are poorly trained to take care of dying patients. There is a time for scientific excellence and also for listening and caring. Compassion, attentiveness, respect, and empathy are required for a healing relationship. Dealing with death and dying is a very important issue. For some this is an overwhelming problem and for others it can be a time to...

Does Money Bring Happiness?

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Money rarely brings happiness but it is clearly one of the metrics of "success. " Money helps with our basic needs. People who make more work harder to get it and have less time for relationships and relaxation. Our goals guide us in the wrong direction for meaningful purpose in life.      

Does Your Doctor Listen to You?

submitted by: admin on 01/21/2015
Several studies have documented that most patients when discharged from the hospital without even knowing their diagnosis, let alone what drugs they are on or why! More than 60% of the time patients don't understand their directions after they visit their doctor. On the average, physicians interrupt their patients after just 18 seconds. How well do doctors...

Emotions as a Conveyor Belt of Fear with Vijaya Stallings

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Emotions are constantly running through us. Thoughts come and we have an emotional response to them. We ride an emotional roller coaster when we identify these feelings as who we are rather than our true nature.            

Five Regrets of the Dying that are Lessons for the Living

submitted by: admin on 10/23/2018
The way we live our lives is not often the same as how we die. While our values during our lives are more oriented to accumulating wealth and power, when we or someone we love is near death our values change to relationships. We become more interested in restoring and nurturing relationships than our bank accounts, real estate portfolios, or other personal wealth....

Good Relationships are Important for Health and Healing

submitted by: admin on 11/19/2018
What is the point of having perfect functionality and not knowing what our purpose is. We forget too often that relationships are the most important purpose we have in life. Scientific studies show that elderly people are far healthier if they are engaged in something that helps other people. Of course, this works for people of all ages.

Happy Seniors Live Longer

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
A study from the UK published in October of 2012 on 10,000 people over the age of 50 showed that seniors who enjoy life live longer. Over 9 years they found that 20% died, but only 10% of those who had an "inner smile" and nearly 30% died who did not. Factors that influenced this outcome were psychological wellbeing, social isolation, wealth, living...

Healing Through Intention with Richard Blasband, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
Psychic healing has always existed. Dr. Blasband trained with Nicolai Levishov to learn how to use intention for healing both somatic and psychological problems. This system changes the circuitry of the brain through entrainment. Healers effect change in their patients through their relationship with them and by changing aspects of their resonance.              

High Quality Relationships Improve Survival in Breast Cancer

submitted by: admin on 09/24/2013
  A Kaiser Permanente study published in the November issue of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment showed that either large or high quality social networks extended survival in early-stage invasive breast cancer. They looked at more than 2200 women and found that those who were socially isolated were 34% more likely to die. Women with small networks...