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Yin/Yang: The Marriage Between Conventional and Innovative Medicine: March 14-18, Washington Marriott, Washington, D.C., Program Chair Conrad Maulfair, DO

Treating the Impossible II:
Oct. 9-12, 2013, Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, Program Chair Richard Mason, DO


 



ICIM hosts a debate on psychiatry — friend or foe?
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The International College of Integrative Medicine may be called "The Marriage between Conventional and Innovative Medicine," but it is clear that the marriage is an uneasy one indeed. Join friends and colleagues at ICIM on the weekend of March 15-17 for a spirited debate on the field of psychiatry. More

See related article: Washington, DC, speaker schedule March 15-17


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Chelation experts from across the globe gather for Summit on Chelation Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease
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Join Claus Hancke of Denmark; Ted Rozema, M.D., travelling from Equador; Efrain Olzewer of Brazil; Eleanore Blaurock-Bushe, Ph.D., from Germany; Jeannette Soriano, M.D., and Matt Van Olm, M.D., of Canada; Lilian Calderon-Garciduenas, M.D., Ph.D., who grew up in Mexico; and many more exciting participants, including John Trowbridge from the country of Texas. More

Meet ICIM speaker Lilian Calderon-Garciduenas, MD, PhD
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Lilian Calderon-Garciduenas, M.D., Ph.D., is a new speaker to ICIM and an expert on air pollution. Her current research strives to link how exposure to environmental pollution particles permeates the brain and nervous system, causing an increase in the likelihood to develop diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. More

New member profile: Meet Susan Tanner, MD
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Susan Tanner, M.D., has a particular interest in the autism/ADD spectrum and furthered her research into the environmental impacts on chronic health issues. Her scientific, yet holistic, approach to healthcare has yielded tremendous, lasting results for her patients. More

The influence of arsenic, lead and mercury on the development of cardiovascular diseases
Peter Jennrich, IBCMT    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Cardiovascular disease is the genus for pathological change of heart, blood vessels and blood flow. The fibrous change of arterial vascular walls is the mutual pathological correlate. Usually, it is caused by the damage of endothelium, which is the boundary layer between blood stream and vascular wall and has important functions in vasodilatation, modulation of inflammatory processes and haemostasis. More

More than 140 nations adopt treaty to cut mercury
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A new and legally binding international treaty to reduce harmful emissions of mercury was adopted by more than 140 nations, capping four years of difficult negotiations but stopping short of some of the tougher measures that proponents had envisioned. The new accord aims to cut mercury pollution from mining, utility plants and a host of products and industrial processes, by setting enforceable limits and encouraging shifts to alternatives in which mercury is not used, released or emitted. More


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Healing with Language Tip: Goal setting
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Most of us know the value of setting goals. Some of us recognize the importance of goals being SMART: specific, measurable and meaningful, achievable, realistic and timed. Of course, well-formed goals are stated in the positive, focused on the process, stated in specific, sense-based terms, based on one's own actions and focused on present and future.
  • Not this: I will not eat desserts and I will only eat health foods.
  • But this: I will enjoy eating delicious foods that are good for me.
  • Not this: I will feel good about myself because my family and friends support my healthier choices.
  • But this: Regardless of how others around me respond, I will stay motivated to a healthy lifestyle.
  • Not this: I will lose X pounds by X time.
But this: By exercising a minimum of thirty minutes per day I will achieve my ideal weight.

When you are working with patients or clients, it is especially helpful for you to also help them avoid disappointment or giving up by building in cognitive flexibility. This can be done with language, and a very good example of this benefit can be seen in the Imagine Healing process.

Using the opening phrase, "Although it won't happen exactly as you imagine it ..." have your patient or client make images of taking the actions that achieve the goals.
  • Although it won't happen exactly as you imagine it, see yourself enjoying regular exercise ...
  • Although it won't happen exactly as you imagine it, imagine yourself fully physically and emotionally fit ...
  • Although it won't happen exactly as you imagine it, make an image that proves beyond a doubt that you are able to recover completely ...
You can download the comprehensive instructional guide of the Imagine Healing process for professionals at SurgicalSupport.info for $10. The key is that you will see more powerful results as the brain responds to the direction of goal setting. Although it won't happen exactly as you imagine it, your learning to notice your effective language use is assisting others will also give you better feelings.

Send your questions about communication to Joel P. Bowman or Debra Basham, co-developers of SCS Matters, LLC. We will provide answers to those for you. For more information about Healing with Language: Your Key to Effective Mind-Body Communication, neurolinguistic programming, hypnosis or hypnotherapy, or about the imagine healing process, visit www.SCS-Matters.com or ImagineHealing.info.


Orthomolecular medicine — the art of healthcare of the 21st century
By Claus Hancke, general practitioner    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Orthomolecular medicine is aiming to recreate an ecological environment — on a cellular level — that ensures optimal functioning of the cell securing production of energy and the combatting of disease. More

Doctor Joke of the Week
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A man walks into a doctor's office. He has a cucumber up his nose, a carrot in his left ear and a banana in his right ear.

"What's the matter with me?" he asks the doctor.

The doctor replies, "You're not eating properly."


Army urged to do more with alternative medicine techniques
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When the pills didn't work, Army Brig. Gen. Rebecca Halstead teamed up with her chiropractor to find a holistic solution to her chronic pain. And that worked. Based on her experience, Halstead said the military needs to put more emphasis on alternative medicine techniques and less on prescribed drugs, its traditional way of treating illness. More
 

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