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Endocrine disruptors: New discoveries and possible progress of evaluation
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Life organization requires a sophisticated communication system between and inside cells; it has been well preserved throughout evolution. Hormones are the main leaders of this messenger system, which becomes more and more complex in multicellular beings. They act in the nervous and reproductive systems and are sensitive to environmental interactions. For a half-century of intensification of the industrial era, more than 5 million man-made chemicals have been released in the environment without recycling, as if the ecosystems were infinite. More



What a clinician needs to know about nutrient density, pesticides, genetically engineered foods
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Andersen Endrocrine disruption, infertility, spontaneous abortion, low testosterone and xenoestrogen effects have become commonplace. The prevailing mindset is that such issues must be genetic and solvable with drug intervention or stem-cell therapy. As environment determines genetic expression it must be understood that all these hormone-related ailments are associated with the current food quality crisis, genetically engineered foods along with glyphosate and other herbicide/pesticide effects. More

Big Food girds for California GMO fight
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After two decades fighting to force U.S. food companies to tell consumers when their products are made with genetically modified organisms, activists in California have mounted what is potentially their most promising offensive to date. In November, voters in the nation's most populous state will decide whether to require labels on food and drinks containing so-called GMOs, or ingredients that come from plants whose DNA has been manipulated by scientists. More

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ICIM speaker: Commentary on the USPSTF recommendations on mammography
Allan Warshowsky, M.D., FACOG, ABIHM    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Recently, there has been a plethora of discussion and debate regarding the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's latest recommendations concerning screening mammograms. These new recommendations led to a communal cry from women and doctors who felt that lives had been saved by early detection of a breast cancer through yearly screening mammography. More

Even low blood-lead levels linked to gout risk
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Even relatively low levels of lead in the blood may be linked to an increased risk of gout, a painful form of arthritis, researchers reported. Researchers have known that heavy lead exposure is linked to the condition — a form of arthritis in which the joints periodically become swollen, red and hot. But the new findings connect gout risk to low levels of lead in the blood — well within the range currently considered acceptable for adults. More

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Healing With Language: The power of voice
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English has two forms of voice: active and passive. In active voice sentences, the subject of the sentence performs the action designated by the sentence. In passive voice, the subject of the sentence receives the action of the verb:

Active voice: I threw the ball.
Passive voice: The ball was thrown by me.

The difference between active and passive voice is important because voice has a subtle influence on communication. In the U.S., we currently have the opportunity to observe the psychological implications in voice in the political speech being used as candidates vie for office:

Active voice: My opponent has lied, cheated, and stolen.
Passive voice: Mistakes were made.

Active voice sentences emphasize the relationship between the "agent" and the action. It implies responsibility: "I threw the ball." Passive voice sentences reduce responsibility for the action: "The ball was thrown." This is an important distinction in critical communication. Note the differences in the following sentences:

Active voice: I love you.
Passive voice: You are loved. [By whom?]

Active voice: Take one of these pills twice a day.
Passive voice: The pills should be taken twice a day. [By whom?]

Active voice: You made a mistake. [Ouch!]
Passive voice: A mistake was made. [We both know who made it.]

Active voice: Remember the difference between active and passive voice.
Passive voice: The difference between active and passive voice should be remembered.

When you really want someone to perform an action, follow a direction or know who is responsible for doing what when, use active voice. When you want to reduce responsibility for an action and avoid an accusatory tone, use passive voice.

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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Survey: Interested in starting ICIM Members Buying Club?
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It is so frustrating when we suddenly have limited access to materials and substances that we need to do chelation therapy, nutritional IVs and integrative treatments. We could have a little more control and even keep costs down if we create a co-op to buy those supplies in bulk. Conrad Maulfair, D.O., has suggested an ICIM Members Buying Club. If you want to take part in working out some group orders, please fill out the attached survey and send it in to Conrad at maulfair7@earthlink.net. More

GMO corn worsens drought damage with rootworm outbreak
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The damage of the 2012 drought to the corn crop in the U.S. wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for GMO Bt corn and the lack of crop rotation, according to corn crop and pesticide management experts. Findings have concluded that the primary corn pest rootworm has developed resistance to the proteins in the GMO Bt corn that was designed to kill the pests. More

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Johnson & Johnson to remove formaldehyde from products
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Johnson & Johnson, which makes a range of personal care products like baby shampoo, acne cream and anti-wrinkle lotion, announced plans to remove a host of potentially harmful chemicals, like formaldehyde, from its line of consumer products by the end of 2015, becoming the first major consumer products company to make such a widespread commitment. More

Top heart doctors fret over new blood thinners
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For millions of heart patients, a pair of new blood thinners have been heralded as the first replacements in 60 years for warfarin, a pill whose hardships and risks have deterred many from using the stroke-prevention medicine. But growing complaints of risks and deaths tied to the new crop of drugs have made some top U.S. cardiologists hesitant to prescribe them. More

Earthworms soak up heavy metal
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Earthworms could be used to extract toxic heavy metals, including cadmium and lead, from solid waste from domestic refuse collection and waste from vegetable and flower markets, according to researchers writing in the International Journal of Environment and Waste Management. More
 

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