Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND – Page 90 – The Doctor of the Future

Two Finalists

July 2, 2009

Last week, as you know (unless you’re a new reader or your brain suffers from a severe lack of omega-threes) I announced the eight runner-up submissions in the name-my-online-health-program contest. You, my supportive readers, voted. We tallied up the results and saw a very close tie between two entries. So we’ve decided to run a second […]

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Eight Runner-Ups for the Name-My-Health-Program Contest

June 25, 2009

At the recent Maui Film Festival I unveiled the eight runner-ups for the name-my-online-health-program contest before an international crowd of 80,000 people… Okay, maybe I didn’t. I’ve looked through over 150 submissions for the name-my-online-health program contest. We’ve whittled the list down to eight possibilities. (If we didn’t pick yours please don’t unsubscribe, have your […]

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“Never Cry PIG!”

June 23, 2009

Strangely enough, kissing a pig may actually help build this child’s immune system — making him less likely to get the swine flu. Still, I don’t recommend you try it. The swine flu has proven to be LESS harmful than the common flu virus (which kills 36,000 people worldwide, each year, according to the Center […]

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“The Evolution of Motherhood Has Arrived”

June 20, 2009

My foster-daughter, stay-at-home-mom (or “Domestic Goddess” as she prefers to call herself) and director of the RawMom.com, Shannon Leone, is hosting Raw Mom Summit: The Evolution of Motherhood has Arrived. It’s a web-based event for multi-tasking mothers who are passionate pioneers of natural living. As they say on their website: “It’s time to bring together […]

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Are You Afraid Your Doctor Will Get Mad At You?

June 18, 2009

A few week’s ago a friend’s father checked into the hospital. He said he felt “tired.” A couple weeks later his family buried him. Sadly, it doesn’t surprise me. The older generation have been given so many nutrient-blocking medications (like antacids) and antidepressants (see Trends in Antidepressant Prescriptions Among the Elderly, The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry). […]

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“Canada’s Cancer Nurse” Cured Thousands

June 11, 2009

In 1920 Rene Caisse met a prospector’s wife who had survived breast cancer. She owed her recovery to an Obijawa Indian tea using four herbs growing in the local Ontario wilderness. (I listed the ingredients in my last blog post, Billy Best’s Herbal Infusion Worked for My First Cancer Patient.) Rene went on to save […]

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Cure Anxiety With Depression

May 29, 2009

If you suffered from ANXIETY and I offered you DEPRESSION as a cure – would you take it? Maybe for a day or two the relief from anxiety would make the depression worth it. But after a week you may find you feel even worse off with depression. Sounds sort of crazy, but people take […]

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