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Author: Elizabeth Jane Hall

Keep a Song in Your Heart

Have you ever wondered why there are eight natural remedies: good nutrition, regular exercise, water, sunshine, temperance, fresh air, rest, and faith in God? These are indeed powerful preventers of disease when regularly used. There is also much scientific data that shows them to reverse or improve chronic disease. In reality, there are myriads of scientifically-validated natural remedies. Why limited to eight? (Probably to help us remember to practice them!) Here is another: Good music is powerful therapy.

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Natural Remedies for Uterine Fibroids

Uterine fibroids (leiomyoma) are usually benign tumors that are in the smooth muscle tissue of the uterus (womb). Overall, these tumors are fairly common and occur in about 50% to 80% of women by the time they reach age 50. Uterine fibroids can be as small as a few millimeters (less than an inch) in diameter. They can also be very large (grapefruit-size or larger).

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Natural Remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis

The average age of onset for rheumatoid arthritis (R.A.) is between 30 to 60 years of age. What is worse is that children can develop RA. About 1.3 million adults in the U.S. have rheumatoid arthritis. Women are three times more likely to get it than men.

Like so many autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, in RA the immune system attacks a person’s joints, muscles, bones, eyes, heart, and other organs. So, what can one do to get pain relief, to reduce flare-ups, the progression, and complications from this disease? The answer is a whole lot!

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Can Your Good Cholesterol Go Bad?

Nearly half of people who get heart attacks have healthy cholesterol levels. Up to 65% of cardiovascular death cannot be prevented by assumed or supposed LDL-C lowering agents. Multiple clinical studies have identified individuals with a significant coronary artery disease despite normal or elevated levels of HDL.

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Proven Strategies to Defeat Inflammation

Persistent inflammation fuels most chronic disease and is a major player in the complications of viral illness such as the coronavirus. If you have a chronic disease–arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, diabetes, obesity, or chronic major depression, these science-validated suggestions will help you defeat inflammation and improve!

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Proven, Physical Strategies for Stress Relief

A stressor, among other definitions, is a violation of any law that governs our beings. So, in this article, we will consider physical laws that we often overlook. If we want less stress and superior coping ability, we need to find ways to incorporate these laws into our lives. When we do, the dividends for us (and those that we relate to) will be huge! However, when we don’t, we could end up physically and mentally bankrupt.

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Six Mental Strategies for Stress Relief

Adjust Your Perspective

At a women’s conference, prime front seats were erroneously double-ticketed. Many of the ladies who had previously arranged for front seats were delegated to the back. Their unhappiness with the seating arrangements threatened to derail the positive tone of the meeting. Apologies were made but to no avail. Then the chairwoman had an idea. The next speaker was Joni Eareckson Tada, a quadriplegic, who has spent more than several decades in a wheelchair.

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Cancer: Does a Vegetarian Diet Help?

If you had a magic pill that would reduce your risk for cancer between 30% or more, the threat from dying from heart disease by 32%, reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes by 47-78 %, and taste good—wouldn’t you take it? In this article we will show how a vegetarian diet can improve the quality of your life by reducing your cancer risks and help your prognosis if you have cancer. After all, 38% of Americans will develop cancer sometime during their lives.

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Trans Fats

You could improve your heart health by making your own desserts—especially desserts that are fruit-based & whole grain-based. How? Use cold-pressed oils instead of regular oils, margarine, or saturated fats like lard or butter. Why? The usual refining of oils requires repeated heating that compromises the quality of fats so that they have adverse effects on blood vessels.

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