On June 14th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

I have a decidedly love-hate relationship with antibiotics. On the one hand, I have to admit that I owe my life to them. In 1942, when my mother was 24, her dentist unwisely extracted a tooth while she had the flu. Within days, her neck ballooned with a streptococcus infection, and she was rushed to […]


On June 7th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Yesterday, I read a shocking statistic by One Poll of 2000 British adults ages 18-55, commissioned by The School of Health. It was polling their thoughts about climate change, and it found that three-quarters believe the biggest crisis facing humanity these days is climate change.


On May 31st, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Much is being made of the idea of fairness in our modern politics, and to many people, notably many Democratic contenders for the presidency and the Labour party in the UK ‘fairness’ equals redistribution of wealth.


On May 24th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Is there such a thing as an evolved capitalism? This is a question I’ve been wrestling with ever since the financial crisis of 2008. Back then, after Lehman Brothers collapsed and Morgan Stanley threatened to follow suit, a Wall Street broker told reporters, “The world as we know it is going down,”. And when American […]


On May 17th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Governments around the world have finally come around to admitting the obvious: air pollution isn’t very good for us. And it’s not just the particulate matter belched out in exhaust fumes. We’re talking about the estimated 80,000 chemicals in our food, air, water and homes, all poisoning us in slow motion.


On May 10th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

I thought it ended with Joe McCarthy and his Red Scare of the early 1950s, one of the more shameful eras in American history, when free speech was truly silenced and thousands of innocent reputations destroyed.


On May 3rd, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Surgeons like to play music during surgery to stay alert during the meticulous, tedious work they have to do – often for hours at a stretch. Recently I was amazed to learn that one of the favorites on the playlist of most heart surgeons is Queen’s ‘Another One Bites the Dust.’


On April 26th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

‘Our country is broken, our society irreparably polarized.’ Is the word we’re hearing on the street all over America, Britain and much of the European Union, with not many ideas being floated about how to piece us all back together again.


On April 18th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Bad theories die hard, and one of those that seems to have the gift of eternal life is the cholesterol theory of heart disease. It was launched on faulty science, the famed Seven Countries Study conducted by American physiologist Ancel Keys, who claimed to show that countries whose population consumed a high-fat diet had a […]


On April 12th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

It’s strange to use the words ‘untimely death’ about someone who would have been 90 in December, but among all those talking about the ‘soul’ of Barbara Marx Hubbard and its deliberate ‘decision’ to move to the other side, I personally believe she wasn’t quite ready to leave this earthly plane.

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