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The 3 Biggest Dangers Caused By Pet Food
by Dr. R. Geoffrey Broderick – Huntington, NY

Why are pets living 1/3 of the lifespan they used to have decades ago? The answer to this question is simple: The pet food industry as a whole uses some of the worst ingredients possible that should never be consumed by any living being. Why? Because it’s cheap. They work extremely hard to keep you, […]


Another Leap Forward in Dental Healing: Root Canals and Chronic Illness by Dr. Jeffrey Etess, DMD, NMD, IBDM – Williston Park, NY

All too often I listen to patients telling me that they have chronic illness because of their root canals. I will be the first to admit, when a root canal is performed poorly, the likelihood for dental infections and systemic chronic issues increases dramatically. The legal standard of care demands that root canal therapy be […]


SPIT IT OUT! by Jimmy Kilimitzoglou, DDS, FACD, FPFA, DABOI, MAGD, FAAID, FICOI – Smithtown, NY

Ever wonder how some people don’t really brush and floss but don’t get cavities? And why is it that some people are so diligent about their oral hygiene yet every time they go to the dentist they have a cavity? Maybe it’s genetic. “I have soft teeth” they say. Or maybe it’s their spit! Spit? […]


The Truth About Probiotics!
by Dr. Howard Robins – New York City

Did you know that the probiotics you are taking may be worthless? Did you know that they may be giving you no benefit at all? What you will read below may be upsetting but there is good news at the end! 60 Minutes recently did an eye-opening story telling the startling truth about the probiotics […]


From the desk of Dr. Howard Robins: YOU CAN GET RID OF HERPES!!

You may have been finding it hard to find a great guy. Now that you finally met one you have to tell him you have Herpes. You know that if you don’t tell him right away and he finds out later he will disappear leaving you alone and looking again. You have no problem attracting […]


How to Deal with Your Relatives During the Holidays
by Alan Cohen, Hawaii

holiday lights

As we plunge into the holiday season, many of us will be spending intensive time with our relatives. If you love your family and they are all easy to be with, way to go! If not, you may find yourself with relatives who are difficult to be with, accompanied by unresolved events, patterns, and histories. How, […]


When You’re Sick, Be a Sick Person
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

Girl sick in bed

We all strive to be better and better to live up to an ideal or image of how we should be, or what we want in the moment. When conditions change, and we cannot achieve our goals, we fight what is present. We reject the condition, demand things go our way. Not only do we […]


Dream Your Life and Live it
by Karen Struck, RN – Los Angeles, CA

women embracing sunset

So much has been written about living our lives to the fullest, but what does that really mean?  Mark Twain summarized it succinctly – “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the things you did.” Let’s face it, life is a roller coaster. We all […]


Gifts of Insight from 169 Straight Days (and counting!) of Meditation
by Mina Samuels

This morning I hit 169 days of meditation in a row. That is a big accomplishment for me. My longest meditation streak ever. The day I started this streak, I participated in a meditation workshop and the leader suggested that all we needed to do was notice during our sits. Put another way, all we […]


Happier, Healthier and Younger in Retirement
by Fred Sievert

We all understand and appreciate the need for sound financial planning during the years preceding retirement. Who among us hasn’t gone online to calculate our retirement “nest-egg” needs and then panicked because accumulating that much wealth seemed inconceivable; especially if we started the process at age 55 or later? While it’s critically important to solicit […]