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Hormones, mood and emotion:
Finding balance as we age

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Phyllis Bronson will emphasize how the primary gender hormones are integrated with neurotransmitters for clinical application and the how the combination impacts mood. She will also show in very understandable manner what her original research on progesterone means in terms of a profound impact on women's mood biochemistry. Register here to draw on Bronson's scientific research over the past 15 years and how she brings the science alive for women where they live: in their relational, emotional worlds. More



Bans on school junk food pay off in California
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Five years after California started cracking down on junk food in school cafeterias, a new report shows that high school students there consume fewer calories and less fat and sugar at school than students in other states. The findings suggest that state policies can be successful to some extent in influencing the eating habits of teenagers. More

New cautions about long-term use of bone drugs
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In an unusual move that may prompt millions of women to rethink their use of popular bone-building drugs, the Food and Drug Administration published an analysis that suggested caution about long-term use of the drugs, but fell short of issuing specific recommendations. The concern is that after years of use, the drugs may in rare cases actually lead to weaker bones in certain women. More

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Healing With Language: Using quotations
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When you need to distance yourself from something you wish to tell a patient, colleague or someone else important to you, use a quotation that attributes the suggestion to someone else. The quotation doesn't have to be 100 percent accurate to be effective. Many of the quotations attributed to Einstein, for example, are apocryphal, but gain authority from the "halo" effect. See the examples below:
  • Any back surgery, whether major or minor, is not to be considered lightly. Recently I heard a comment at the ICIM conference in Lexington, Ky., "There's no back problem that surgery can't make worse ..."
  • Even the tobacco companies now admit that that your health will improve when you become a former smoker.
  • As the "Lightening Bone Setter" Dr. A.T. Still is quoted in The Osteopathic Difference, by William J. Faber, D.O., and Jason Haxton, M.A., "It takes time for any new discovery to be well accepted."
Email 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.


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ICIM Scrapbook: Living the dream
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It seems like a dream, but ICIM's member retreat at Pura Vida Yoga spa in Costa Rica was a perfect way to start 2011. Browse through out time in heaven and enjoy it with ICIM members Sheila Mitchell, M.D.; Matt Van Olm, M.D.; Jeannette Soriano, M.D.; Melanie and David Nebbeling, M.D.; Elizabeth Vaughan, M.D.; and Molly and Chuck Adams, M.D. Also, don't miss Michelle Clark and Betsey Angus salsa dancing or Wendy Chappell in a zip line helmet. More

How safe is our food?
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More and more countries are banning imports of American food products for safety reasons. Recently, Indonesia became the first country to halt imports of U.S. beef following the discovery of an American dairy cow infected with mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy. The disease is fatal to cows and can cause a deadly brain disease in people who eat tainted beef. More

Connect With Us: Find ICIM on Pinterest
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Vitamin D may reduce disease risk
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A new study suggests that high vitamin D levels in the blood may be linked to decreased risk for disease. The results suggested that the risk of disease increased when the level of vitamin D fell below 20 nanograms per milliliter of blood. Additionally, the scientists discovered that the risk of developing serious medical conditions changed with the seasons. More

Study: Wild tomatillo weed compounds may help fight cancer
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A multidisciplinary research team from the University of Kansas has made a pioneering discovery in the realm of natural, plant-based cancer treatments. Preliminary findings published in the Journal of Natural Products reveal that wild tomatillo, a weed commonly found throughout the midwestern Great Plains and in other areas of North America, possesses at least 14 unique anti-cancer compounds that could one day change the way doctors approach cancer treatment. More
 
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