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Ask The Blood Detective – Exercise Essentials – 04.15.17

Exercise Essentials – how to exercise for general health, longevity, weight loss and improve quality-of-life So you think you know how to exercise? Think again! Join Dr. Michael Wald host of, Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores the “how-to”essentials of exercise for specific health problems and for general wellness and athletic performance. To schedule with  Dr. WALD as a patient …

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Ask The Blood Detective – How to Eat vs. What To Eat – 03.25.17

“Mindfulness during eating is critical”, according to Dr Michael Wald, “…if part of your intention from eating is to optimize healing”. Furthermore, Dr Wald claims that, “eating healthy is not enough! Drinking fresh juices will not reduce your inflammation to its fullest unless your are mindful while you drink them.” Finally, says the Blood Detective, “even the very best nutritional supplements CANNOT build your health unless you consume them with a mindful perspective.” Join Dr. Wald on the next episode of, Ask The Blood Detective, as he try’s to change the very way that you eat your food. Dr Wald can be reached for. An appointment at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco by calling 914-242-8844 or by emailing him directly at: drmichaelwald@gmail.com

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Angela Hui – Foodie with Eating Disorder Stuck Between Passion and Pathology

Earlier this year, Refinery29 published an article about the curious paradox of being a foodie recovering from an eating disorder. The author’s hesitant conclusion was that an epicurean tongue may be impeding her efforts to regain her health, but do eating disorder recovery and a deep love for food need to be mutually exclusive? In tenth grade, I was obsessed …

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Parental absence in early childhood linked to smoking and drinking before teens

Parental absence in early childhood as a result of death or relationship break-down is linked to a heightened risk of starting to smoke and drink alcohol before that child reaches his/her teens, indicates research published online in the Archives of Disease in Childhood. Previous research suggests that childhood adversities are associated with poorer mental and physical health in adulthood, and …

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LAURA BOLT – Do you suffer from Election Stress Disorder? Your campaign obsession is part of a psychological epidemic — and it may be hurting your health

We all know the old adage: “Don’t discuss politics, sex or religion and everyone will get along just fine.” That may work for sex and religion, but with political stakes — and antics — consuming the news cycle and our psyches like never before, it seems that election anxiety might have gone from an unpleasant dinner topic to a legitimate psychological disorder. …

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Monica Mears – Child Abuse Pediatricians: An “Ethically Bankrupt” Profession that Destroys Families

I do not think that you can get a fair child abuse trial before a jury anywhere in the country… I do not care how sophisticated or law smart jurors are, when they hear that a child has been abused, a piece of their mind closes up, and this goes for the judge, the jurors, and all of us. …we …

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Helena Norberg-Hodge – Corporate Globalization Has Been a Wrecking Ball to the American Dream

Implicit in all the rhetoric promoting globalization is the premise that the rest of the world can and should be brought up to the standard of living of the West, and America in particular. For much of the world the American Dream—though a constantly moving target—is globalization’s ultimate endpoint. But if this is the direction globalization is taking the world, …

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DOES TYLENOL MAKE US MISS MISTAKES?

Acetaminophen is an effective painkiller, but it could also be blocking our brain’s ability to detect errors. “Past research tells us physical pain and social rejection share a neural process that we experience as distress, and both have been traced to same part of the brain,” says Dan Randles, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto. Recent research has begun …