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Through the use of the personal

computer I began researching scoliosis to help my daughter. We found much help. I found the SpineCore Scoliosis brace which I'll be certain to talk about. It is a wonderful brace which has helped a great deal. I found colloidal silver and other colloidal and angstrom size minerals. My family has used the colloidal silver since 2006. And liquid minerals to help strengthen bones, joints, and build and support muscle and for tissue repair.
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...What we can say is that

zeolite has a chelation-like effect in removing heavy metals,

pesticides, herbicides, and other positively charged toxins from the system. Zeolites negatively charged crystalline structure is what makes this possible. Its crystals act as cages, inside of which are positive ions. These positive ions switch places with positively charged toxins in the body, tightly bind them, and excrete them completely. One of the benefits of binding toxins in this manner is that they are 100 percent excreted. Heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides all leave the system; they do not get deposited elsewhere in the body. Forty percent of zeolite binds heavy metals in the gastrointestinal tract, and 60 percent binds toxins in the bloodstream and at the cellular level. Zeolites binding power was proven during the Chernobyl disaster, when tons of it were used to remove radioactive cesium and strontium-90 before they contaminated local water systems. Acting primarily as a chelator, zeolite trapped these radioactive minerals within its crystalline cage structure.


Zeolite appears to remove toxins from the body in a hierarchical order. It first acts strongly to remove lead, mercury, cadmium, and arsenic. This first phase may take one to four weeks or longer ... ... to this page ...





...Home school, Scholarships SC event coming up financial aid for college! College Goal SC will be held Saturday, Feb. 18 from 10am to 1pm on the campus of Columbia International University (CIU), located in Columbia, SC. The event, to be held in Memorial Residence Hall, will include an information session on financial aid programs and the process for applying for financial aid. Participants will receive assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for 2012/2013. Students will also have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a free iPAD2. Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public. Columbia International University is a homes school-friendly college, with approximately 1/3 of each incoming freshman class consisting of home schoolers. High School juniors and seniors interested in attending College Goal SC are welcome to contact CIU for information about combining the event with a personal tour and possible overnight stay in CIU’s dorms. College Goal SC is a joint volunteer effort by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and the South Carolina Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators in cooperation with Columbia International University. Tags: CIU, College Goal SC, Columbia International University, financial aid for college, home school-friendly college, iPAD2 Monday, January 30th, 2012 College, Scholarships No Comments New scholarship for Virginia Home Schoolers Today we've added a new scholarship for students in the state of Virginia. The Lee-Jackson Foundation reserves two of its scholarships one for $2,000 and one for $1,000 for Virginia students who are either home schooled or attend private school. This scholarship is based primarily on an essay, which can be about either General Robert E. Lee or Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson. The deadline for this year's scholarship is Feb. 15, so Virginia students have about a month to write a winning essay! For more information, visit The Lee-Jackson Foundation website here. To access our complete list of college scholarships for home schooled students, visit our Home school Scholarships page here. Tags: college scholarships for home schoolers, home school scholarships, Lee-Jackson Foundation, Virginia home school Thursday, January 12th, 2012Scholarships CIU's full-scholarship contest coming up High school seniors have six more days to sign up for one of the greatest scholarship opportunities available: the 7th annual R. C. McQuilken Schlolarship Weekend at Columbia International University, a home school-friendly Bible college in South Carolina. Tim Caiello, home schooled, and currently a sophomore at CIU, can attest to merit of this event, having won a full-ride scholarship at the 2009 competition. In addition to the full scholarship, high school students attending compete for numerous other scholarships. The weekend will also include faculty interviews, group discussions, interaction with current students and staff, and opportunities to hang out with future classmates. The scholarship weekend ends with a banquet on Saturday. Deadline for registering for the three-day South Carolina event, to be held Dec. 1-3, is Friday, Nov. 18. In order to qualify for the event, students must have at least a 3.0 GPA and an SAT score (math and verbal)... ... to this article, and other home school scholarship information ...


Nearly 80 percent of children diagnosed with

pediatric cancer

will become long-term survivors

due to advances in treatment, according to a new study published in the Oct. 12 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, but it also states that those survivors will likely live for 20 to 30 years with...

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Trans fats (or trans fatty acids)

are created in an industrial process that adds hydrogen to liquid vegetable oils to make them more solid. Another name for trans fats is partially hydrogenated oils. Look for them on the ingredient list on food packages.

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Colloidal Silver





It is essential for

Crohn's patients find a method to knock down the offending bacteria that does not pose the dangerous effects of antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs. The three pronged approach of removal, modulate and restore will facilitate faster and more complete healing. Today I will tell you about two alternative approaches to knocking down the pathogen load in these diseases.

Rife technology and/or MMS. Both are controversial and neither are recommended by the FDA...and recently a warning was posted by the FDA regarding MMS as it can cause nausea, diarrhea and possible death. I suggest that you read the side effects of all the medications that you are using for comparison and make your decision. Many people die each year from Ibuprofen and antibiotics that are FDA approved so I guess these deaths are FDA approved deaths?

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Antisense Technology

...genetic science...



You may have heard of

antisense technology,

that so-called ultimate magic bullet of genetic science that promises to bind to disease-causing strands of messenger RNA and stop them dead in their tracks. Try to imagine antisense turned loose inside your skull, and now imagine kissing your depression or mania goodbye forever.

The catch? There are probably many, but the most obvious one is that any drug which targets any part of the brain must first cross the blood brain barrier (BBB).


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Interestingly, when you look

at the conditions that tend to occur in

conjunction with nystagmus,

these conditions are also often linked to magnesium or thiamin deficiencies.



Apple Cider Vinegar,

that wonderful old-timers home remedy, cures more ailments than any other folk remedy -- we're convinced! From the extensive feedback we've received over the past 8 years, the reported cures from drinking Apple Cider Vinegar are numerous. They include cures for allergies (including pet, food and environmental), sinus infections, acne, high cholesterol, flu..... (Click the link to go to this text)


How Neutral Is The Internet?

Existing Limits Are In The Spotlight As AT&T And A Consumer Advocacy Group Squabble Over Net Traffic


By Eliza Krigman
Updated: November 11, 2010 | 2:47 a.m.
September 2, 2010

Whether the Internet is truly a democratic forum was called into question this week in a dispute about Internet traffic management between ATT and the consumer advocacy group Free Press.
The

feud boiled down to what it means to

have paid prioritization, a phenomenon viewed as anathema by advocates of Internet openness, and
to what extent preferential treatment of content already takes place. The issue is at the very heart of a broader debate about what regulatory steps are necessary, if any, to ensure the Internet remains an engine of economic growth and a platform of equal value to people across the socio-economic spectrum.

ATT, in a letter filed with the Federal Communications Commission on Monday, argued that paid prioritization of Internet traffic, contrary to claims made by Free Press, is already a common practice of Web management and consistent with protocols set by the Internet Engineering Task Force. Largely unknown to people outside the technology field, IETF is a professional organization composed of engineers that develop standards for the Internet; for over two decades, it has played an integral role in the management of the Internet.

The current chair of the IETF, Russ Housley, disagrees with ATT's assessment.

ATT's characterization is misleading, Housley said. IETF prioritization technology is geared toward letting network users indicate how they want network providers to handle their traffic, and there is no implication in the IETF about payment based on any prioritization.



Dedicated lines of service

, according to ATT, are examples of current paid prioritization schemes, a concept Free Press flatly disagrees with.

AT&T constructed "bogus interpretations of paid prioritization that reflect no arguments or statements made by the FCC or any proponents of net neutrality, said S. Derek Turner, research director of Free Press. The group calls paid prioritization an anti-consumer practice where third-party content owners can pay an Internet service provider to cut to the front of the line in Web traffic. It's a practice that would lead to a pay-to-play scenario where only big business could afford the premium channels needed to compete, net neutrality advocates say, thereby squeezing the little guys out of the market.

But ATT dismisses those assertions, saying Free Press' acceptance of dedicated lines of service as a management practice is hypocritical given its stance against paid prioritization.

"We understand why Free Press is upset with our letter, said Michael Balmoris, spokesman for ATT. We outed them by shedding light on their inconsistencies. After all, for years Free Press has used empty rhetoric and faux-technical mumbo jumbo to demonize any paid prioritization.

In the conclusion of its letter, AT&T implored the FCC not to limit or ban paid prioritization, positing that it would be contrary to the goals of innovation, investment, and growth and contrary to the interests of small, medium-sized, and minority-owned businesses.


Most professionals in the telecommunications and Internet field acknowledge that some content already does get right of way on the Web. The debate hinges on to what extent it is appropriate and whether paying for priority empowers networks at the expense of user control.

Wireless use is prioritized, said Steve Largent, president and CEO of CTIA-The Wireless Association. Your voice calls take precedence over your data usage, your interactive data usage is prioritized over your standard data usage, and your 911 calls supersede all of it.

For wireless -- which operates on spectrum, a resource with dramatically less capacity than physical cables -- prioritization is a big issue.

One strand of fiber has more capacity that the entire electromagnetic spectrum," Largent said, explaining the need for prioritization.

With services that require certain speeds to operate smoothly, such as Internet telephony, calls are given precedence over TV, Housley said. Otherwise, the call might be subject to jittery reception. In these instances, Housley notes, the preferred treatment is consumer-driven by the purchase of multiple products that share an access line.

As evidenced by the spat between AT&T and Free Press, whether network providers should be able to charge online companies extra fees for faster delivery of their traffic to consumers is extremely controversial.

The matter is under consideration by the FCC, which issued a formal request for public comment Wednesday on whether open Internet rules should apply to mobile broadband and specialized services.

The notice was released

less than a month after Google and Verizon released their proposed policy framework aimed at finding middle ground on the network neutrality debate. Their proposal called for barring wireline broadband providers from discriminating against or prioritizing lawful Internet content, applications or services. However, the framework called for exempting fast-growing wireless Internet services from all the principles except for transparency and allowing for specialized services to be fast-tracked over the Internet.

Public interest groups blast the FCC for stalling on a decision about how to regulate broadband and protect consumers. Industry, including ATT, Verizon and CTIA, praised the commission for its fact-finding endeavor.

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Building A Website


...If website building were easy and quick, everyone would be doing it; and doing it successfully. It is work, and it takes the dedication and commitment that one would give to a 'regular' job. This is because it can very well be a regular job with regular pay. That is one of the rewards of website building, regular pay; it has many other rewards for me. Working at home is only one of the major benefits. But, working for myself is something I've wanted for a long time, and didn't realize it. There was a longing for a 'skill' of some sort, which would provide income. But I never imagined that it could be in the form of ...self employment. I never imagined that. Something else about my website, for me, is... the writing that I do within my pages, isn't to a great extent yet. But one of my original dreams in life; i.e., as a kid, was to be a writer. Writing came easy to me. I was a very well-read kid. Throughout my life to date, however, I lost the ability to read, for several reasons. I have an attention deficit disorder; self- and recently diagnosed. But I've struggled all of my life, (since about 11-12 years old) with anxiety disorder; panic attacks), one of the things I had to give up to these disorders, was reading. In time my ability to write slowly slipped away. I had a natural ability to lay out writing which was grammatically correct, because of the extensive and diverse reading I did as a young kid. Very extensive and diverse reading! So, real grammar isn't my forte - but I had an acquired ability. Also, thoughts and ideas flowed easily from my mind to the paper. That talent has gone, with regard to displaying proper, and intelligent sounding prose. But,

I believe that with this practice...





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This moment,

we are right where we need to be, right where

we are meant to be. How often we waste our time and energy wishing we were someone else, were doing something else, or were some place else.

We may wish our present circumstances

were different. We needlessly confuse ourselves and divert
our energy by thinking that our present moment is a mistake. But we are right where we need to be for now. Our feelings, thoughts, circumstances, challenges, and tasks - all of it is on schedule. We spoil the beauty ... ... to this topic ...



List of Top Drugs Linked To Brain Related Side Effects


HEALDSBURG, CA, Mar 12, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- ... In recognition of Brain Awareness Week, AdverseEvents, Inc., the leading resource for information on drug side effects, has released a report identifying FDA approved medications that are most associated with causing brain-related side effects. Brain Awareness Week is March 12-18, 2012.


AdverseEvents, Inc. conducted a survey of marketed drugs suspected of causing brain-related side effects in recognition of Brain Awareness Week, March 12-18, 2012. AdverseEvents used RxFilter(TM), its proprietary data aggregation and refinement process, to gather data from the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS) database. The Company found over fifty thousand (50,000) individual adverse event case reports linked to common brain-related side effect categories: memory loss (amnesia), inhibition of libido, and compulsive behaviors (such as uncontrolled gambling, compulsive hoarding, binge eating, hair pulling or nail biting).
The top drug linked to memory loss (amnesia) side effects was Ambien CR (an insomnia medication). Others in the top 25 included Neurontin, Lyrica, and Topomax (medicines used for epilepsy, pain and bipolar disorder), Xyrem (narcolepsy medicine), Tysabri and Avonex (multiple sclerosis treatments), Lipitor (a cholesterol medicine), Xanax ... ... to this page ...



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How I make colloidal silver. Your Health And Tech Friend


Nystagmus Link to Scoliosis


"...Her

nystagmus has been corrected

by 40 degrees in the head turn, from Feldenkrais Therapy. I'll post more on Feldenkrais as soon as I'm able. I will post the letter from her doctor - a Kaiser Permanente Eye Dr.
I was thoroughly joyous!


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"...I've gathered what I think are the biggest web design

mistakes committed during

the period 1995 to 2015. Yes, it is a little facetious to say these mistakes will be made in the year 2015, but it's human nature to repeat your mistakes over and over...







A strong connection between periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been suggested in recent clinical studies. As many as 75 percent of adults in the United States have been affected by periodontal disease, and an estimated 80.7 million adults (1 out of every 3) have been a victim of CVD in 2006, according to the American Heart Association. (click to follow this article)




Pediatric Cancer New England J of Medicine



Crohn's Disease ...knock down offending bacteria...



Mammogram Machine Safety



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Apple Cidar Vinegar


carved angels.


My tootsies in a Bentonite Clay Bath!


Is the Internet Neutral?


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Viral infections
There are multiple viruses implicated in arthritis. There are some viruses that frequently cause arthritis (figure 4), such as rubella virus, human parvo-virus B19, Hepatitis B virus, and others that less commonly affect the joints.......
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Workstations for Website Building

The large - single monitor (screen) replaced the double monitor set up. The larger screen allows me to have several windows open at the same time... which is very convenient. And I have several notepads open for handy notes, html templates... Google Adsense code... other code. All available, at my fingertips. Although I tend to get sloppy and have a messful of a virtual desktop! I'd rather have the mess on the screen, than on my physical desktop. ...to this page ...



How To Begin A Healthier Lifestyle


Step 1
Analyze what you need to change. Make a

detailed list. If you're overweight, note how

many pounds you need to lose and whether

you are a couch potato. If you use tobacco, list

what and how much. If you want to eat better,

analyze what you need to change about your

diet. If you use recreational drugs or abuse

alcohol, list what and how often.

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Step 2
Educate yourself. For example, alcohol and

many drugs require medically supervised

detoxification and follow-up, according to the

Ohio State University Medical Center. Learn

what community and medical resources are

available. If you want to eat better, learn about

nutrition through books, the Internet..." ... to this page ... 



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"If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny."
-- Thomas Jefferson









Disease Is Reversible


"Doctors give drugs of which they know little, into bodies, of which they know less, for Diseases of which they know nothing at all." Voltaire



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Fun And Interesting Facts About Food! ~~~ Nancy


Healthiest Foods For Your Liver!