Author: Robert M. Kradjian, MD Former Chief of General Surgery at Seton Medical Centre #302 – 1800 Sullivan Ave. Daly City, CA 94015 USA “MILK” Just the word itself sounds comforting! “How about a nice cup of hot milk?” The last time you heard that question it was from someone who cared for you–and you appreciated their effort.… Read More »
A Travelling Essay Author: John Paul Lederach Professor of Sociology and Conflict Studies – EMU “Military action to destroy terror is like hitting a fully mature dandelion with a golf club.” So here I am, a week late arriving home, stuck between Colombia, Guatemala and Harrisonburg when our world changed. The images flash even in my sleep. The… Read More »
Discourse given in Uruguay 1986 The Question: Beloved Osho, I’ve heard that in Europe the threat of terrorism is striking fear in everyone. Airplanes are delayed by extraordinary security measures, many of the seats are empty. And some airports are closing, people are even thinking twice about going out in the evening. And all this is more prevalent… Read More »
Author: Nexus Magazine Members of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) passed a resolution at their 57th Annual Meeting in St Louis, calling for an end to government mandated childhood vaccinations. It was passed without a single no’ vote. (The fact sheet outlining the resolution on mandated vaccines is posted at www.aapsonline.org.) “Our children face the… Read More »
Our Health Freedom is in Our Hands – Keep Vigilant to Laws that intend to take it away…. If you are concerned about our health freedom being eroded by the over zealous watchdogs, heavy funding by the Pharmaceutical Industry for our medical industry leading to draconian laws and sanctions against natural and healthy ways to stay healthy we… Read More »
A perceptive insight into the role of the healer especially related to work with EAV or electro acupuncture according to Voll.
The World Today Monday, 2 May 2005 Cardiovascular disease is the biggest single killer of Australians. Its cost in human terms is hard to quantify, but even harder to define are the economic costs. In the interests of promoting better health, the Heart Foundation has commissioned research into the economics of heart disease. And today Access Economics has… Read More »