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Testosterone deficiency in young men
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Ty Vincent Testosterone deficiency has become known as an increasingly common problem among middle aged and older men. Presentor Ty Vincent, M.D., discusses how young men are ignored as being at risk for testosterone deficiency in spite of epidemiological research showing a steady decline in average testosterone levels for men of all ages. Register here for ICIM's Sex, Lies and Hormones conference to identify and treat symptoms of testosterone deficiency in younger men and older teenage males, based on laboratory testing of testosterone levels. More



FDA to issue revised draft guidance on new dietary ingredients
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The FDA spent the past year vigorously defending its much-maligned draft guidance on new dietary ingredients, but it appears it has been listening to industry concerns as well. Indeed, the FDA has taken them so seriously that it now plans to ditch the offending document and replace it with a second, revised draft. More

Friend of ICIM: Genia Kadile, 1944-2012
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Kadile Genia Kadile, wife of ICIM member Dr. Eleazar Kadile, died May 26 after a year-long battle with pulmonary fibrosis. She was an inspiration to and collaborator with Dr. Kadile, a pioneer in complementary treatments and wellness. Genia, 68, attended many meetings with Dr. Kadile and was a dear friend of many of us at ICIM. More

5 nutrients that play a critical role in protecting your heart
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Many medical experts now believe that heart failure is associated with neurological/hormonal abnormalities, as well as inflammation and oxidative stress. Fortunately, several micronutrients have antioxidant capabilities and may also be involved in neuro-hormonal signaling. And a growing number of studies are starting to show that certain micronutrients may actually have a role in preventing heart failure. More

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Healing with Language: Embedded commands
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At some point in your practice, you may have found that you have told your clients or patients exactly what they needed to do to achieve better health, and they failed to follow your instructions. While there is no guaranteed way to persuade people to do what's best every time, you can increase your chances of having others do the things that are best for them by phrasing what you say as an embedded command.

Embedded commands and directions communicate to different parts of the mind. Directions meet the needs of the individual's conscious mind. To engage the person's unconscious mind, you can simply add an embedded command.

Directions: Ask me when you want to know more about this process.

Embedded command: When you want to know more about this process, just ask.

To be an embedded command, the phrase needs to be set off or marked linguistically. A slight pause before and after or a change in volume is all it takes to make the difference between a routine statement and an effective embedded command. The unconscious mind will get it. In written communication, simply leave an extra space before the content you are embedding.

Using embedded commands will allow you to have fun while you learn more about using language effectively.

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.
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Report: Antibiotic-free meat absent in 4 US market chains
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Want a serving of antibiotics with your meat? If not, you may want to change your shopping habits, according to a Consumer Reports study. Four store brands — Food Lion, Sam's Club, Food-4-Less and Save-A-Lot — only sell chicken, beef, turkey and pork products raised with antibiotics, according to the study. More

Member Blog: Todd Pesek, MD
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Todd Pesek, M.D., is a holistic physician and published scholar who specializes in disease prevention and reversal toward longevity and vital living. Visit this ICIM member's blog — Healthy Medicine Radio — to learn more about his approach. More

FDA research: Prescriptions for ADHD drugs increasing
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The number of children who received prescriptions for drugs used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder increased over an eight-year period while the number of antibiotic prescriptions declined, according to a new study by the Food and Drug Administration. More

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Connect With Us: View our corporate sponsors
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ICIM would like to thank all of our corporate sponsors. Here is the complete list. More

5 health steps the system does not want you to take
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Let's face it, the system wants you sick. They build giant hospitals, develop expensive pharmaceuticals and design equipment small governments couldn't afford, all so they can rake in the life savings of hapless people who find themselves at the mercy of Big Medical. So, go ahead, peel apart the layers of deception and begin your journey down the rabbit hole. What you will find could quite literally save your life. More

Selenium can help to lower diabetes risk
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Selenium is a known antioxidant and is also known to have several health benefits. A large new study conducted in the United States has shown that those who have a diet that is rich in selenium could have lower risk of developing diabetes. The study observed about 7,000 healthcare professionals over decades to arrive at their conclusions. More

Statin drugs cause fatigue in some people
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Many observational reports have suggested that statin drugs cause fatigue in some people, and now a randomized trial has found further evidence for the effect. The researchers found that LDL levels , or "bad" cholesterol, declined significantly in the groups on statins. But as a group, those on statins were significantly more likely than those on placebo to report that their overall energy level and their energy on exertion had declined. More
 

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