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The Gary Null Show – 09.25.15

Prof. Lisa Miller is a professor of clinical psychology and the Director of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University’s Teachers College. She is also the founder of the Spirituality Mind-Body Institute at Columbia and the co-editor in chief of the journal Spirituality in Clinical Practice published by the American Psychological Association. For the past 20 years Prof. Miller has been conducting scientific research on the integration of spirituality with mental health and wellness, and has published almost 100 peer-reviewed papers on the subject. She has degrees from Yale University and received her doctorate in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Lisa is the author of the recent book “The Spiritual Child: The New Science of Parenting for Health and Lifelong Thriving” which is accumulation of many years of research providing a sound basis supporting the important role spirituality play in human development. Her website is LisaMillerPhd.com

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NDC Savings Club – 09.23.15

Today Show: Chiropractic and it’s Health Benefits

Guest Speaker: Dr. Tom McGuire D.C., B.S. http://www.innatelivingcenter.com/index.html

Dr. Tom gets to the heart of the matter by addressing the cause of your problem, not just by treating the symptoms. Using an array of diagnostic tools, we are able pinpoint the sources of injuries or other problematic areas, known as subluxations, that lead to pain or ongoing discomfort.

Chiropractic was introduced to Dr. Tom at the age of 19. He suffered from digestive problems from the age of 7, and went to every doctor and specialist imaginable to find the cause of his problem, to no avail. He suffered an array of symptoms throughout his adolescent and teen years.

Dr. Tom sought relief by agreeing to visit a chiropractor. After only one week of treatment, his digestive problems subsided, never to return again.

Because of Dr. Tom’s personal experience, he found his purpose in life through natural health. He truly understood its benefits, and felt his body functioning better than ever, all because of chiropractic care.

Dr. Tom now shares his knowledge and expertise by practicing evidence-based chiropractic care. He utilizes the latest state-of-the-art chiropractic techniques, while providing patients with predictable and reliable results.

Health News Segment with: Dr. Wald, director of Longevity at Integrated Medicine http://www.blooddetective.com/
Today Topic: Part 5 Autism Epidemic/ASD – 6 Part Series

The Autism/ASD Epidemic is a profound, eye-opening series of short, informative and practical talks presented by the Dr. Michael Wald – nicknamed the Blood Detective. Dr. Wald explores the criteria for autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), talks about potential causes from all angles and critically evaluates both medical and nutritional and natural treatments.

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NDC Savings Club – 09.16.15

Today Show: Financial Breakdown

Guest Speaker: Richard Martining

News, Politics, Finance and Events. Richard Martining reviews the up to the minute events shaping your future in policy, economics, and world events like global civil unrest and financial breakdown. The clouds are gathering brutality is everywhere. The alarm bells are actually beginning to be heard. Let see what’s coming – good or bad news!

Health News Segment with: Dr. Wald, director of Longevity at Integrated Medicine http://www.blooddetective.com/

Today Topic: Part 4 Autism Epidemic/ASD – 6 Part Series

The Autism/ASD Epidemic is a profound, eye-opening series of short, informative and practical talks presented by the Dr. Michael Wald – nicknamed the Blood Detective. Dr. Wald explores the criteria for autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), talks about potential causes from all angles and critically evaluates both medical and nutritional and natural treatments.

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Omega-3 fatty acids enhance cognitive flexibility in at-risk older adults

A study of older adults at risk of late-onset Alzheimer’s disease found that those who consumed more omega-3 fatty acids did better than their peers on tests of cognitive flexibility — the ability to efficiently switch between tasks — and had a bigger anterior cingulate cortex, a brain region known to contribute to cognitive flexibility. The analysis suggests, but does …