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May
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2021
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The end of allergies

A few weeks ago, when interviewing ecological medicine pioneer Dr. Damien Downing for our company’s Get Well online intensive on gut healing, I was completely floored by the implications of something he said.
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Apr
30
2021
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Lobsters: I feel your pain

I was reading a book of essays by the late David Foster Wallace this week, and aside from marveling over his prose style, what mainly stuck in my mind was that this was a guy with a substantial set of balls for writing what he did in Gourmet magazine a number of years ago.
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Apr
23
2021
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After the George Floyd verdict: let’s start talking

Now that justice has been done in the George Floyd case, and Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder on multiple counts, how do we go forward with this game-changing legal precedent?
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Apr
16
2021
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Healing words

I was born with slightly weird hips, possibly exacerbated by falling off a ladder at the age of 21, but it seems to run in my family.  My father had them, my aunt had them, my brother had them.  My mother was the one who first noticed it. ‘You walk like a McTaggart,’ she once […]
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Apr
9
2021
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Opening the prison door

Imagine growing up with the full capacity for normal – possibly even superior – thoughts and cognition, but never being able to communicate to the outer world, even to your parents.
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Apr
1
2021
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A flashlight in the tunnel

During this extraordinarily dark time, where governments around the world have removed many basic human liberties for many of us – our right to visit family and friends, to travel, to work and earn money, to eat out, visit a cultural or sporting event, to disagree with government policy via protest, to even get a […]
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Mar
26
2021
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Our bodies, our selves

This week, the UK Parliament voted by an overwhelming majority to renew the Coronavirus Act, giving the government wartime powers to pass laws without going through Parliament – or indeed allowing any sort of independent debate.
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Mar
19
2021
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Taking HART from the Covid statistics

Today, on the one-year anniversary of the passage of the Coronavirus Act, a British law granting the UK government emergency powers to handle the Covid-19 pandemic, a team of 41 highly qualified doctors, scientists, economists, psychologists, public health experts and other academics dubbing themselves HART (Health Advisory & Recovery Team) sent a 55-page document to […]
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Mar
12
2021
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Thinking yourself better

Paradigm-shifting new scientific research has now verified what I’ve long seen in my work: that most of the benefit you get from a drug or a placebo has to do with just the thought about getting medicine, and not the drug itself.
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Mar
5
2021
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What broccoli is trying to tell you

A poll I just read today makes sense of why Britain and America have suffered some of the worse incidences of Covid on the planet.
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