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Liberalism’s Death Bell Tolls By: Gary Null & Richard Gale

The rudiments of neo-fascism stole into American politics during the presidency of Ronald Reagan in the 1980s. At that time, government discovered that serving the private corporate sector was more profitable than serving American citizens. For example, if people were faced with eviction due to back mortgage or were unable to scrape together a standard of living based on current wages then it was irrelevant whether or not the conservative and liberal ideologues and policy wonks had their best interests at stake. At the end of the day, people found themselves on the street and applying for food stamps. They couldn’t afford to get sick or send their children to college, and it was very unlikely they would be able to retire when that time arrived.

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The Process of Life A Positive Primer for Managing Your Life By: Gary Null, Ph.D.

Balancing Our Belief System Very simply, health is balance. When we are living a balanced life, we feel good. When our lives are out of balance, we begin to feel uncomfortable. Over time,if we don't correct these imbalances, our chronic discomfort becomes acute and we may not be able to express our emotions appropriately or we develop disease. Most people in our culture have developed negative attitudes and false belief patterns. Frequently we don't even know what we believe in and have no ideals to which to aspire. Knowing yourself can help you avoid frustrating and even dangerous consequences. Dangerous Belief Patterns. One of the dangers of being creatures of adaptation is that no matter how disconcerting something is, generally we find it easier to adapt to it rather than to change it. Spending our lives in bad jobs or in bad relationships can lead to all sorts of physical symptoms. We have to be careful not to get into the habit of creating negative belief patterns that suit our immediate needs but are ultimately destructive to our well being in the long run. Another danger of our society is the craving for instant gratification.We have become an addictive, dependent, needy people looking to fill up the void of every moment with drugs, food alcohol, TV work, or sex. Society, instead of getting to the root of these problems, only addresses the symptoms. A child who takes drugs is sent to reform school and receives special counseling, but the root cause is not examined. We need to ask ourselves what causes these problems.

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Incao's Hepatitis B Vaccination Testimony in Ohio

Dear Representative Van Vyven: I have been asked by Kristine M. Severyn for testimony regarding hepatitis B vaccination. Dr. Severyn is doing excellent work on behalf of the children of Ohio and of our nation and I am honored to add my voice to hers in a plea for reason and objectivity regarding vaccination policy in the U.S. I am a physician in private general practice, having received my M.D. degree in 1966 from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. For 29 years I have privately and independently pursued a study of vaccinations and vaccine policy. I have served as an expert witness in court trials concerning vaccinations and have submitted medical opinions in cases of vaccine-damaged children adjudicated under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. I was an invited speaker at the First International Public Conference on Vaccinations sponsored by the National Vaccine Information Center in Alexandria, Virginia in September 1997.

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Nutrition and the Mind - Organic Disorders Commonly Misdiagnosed as Mental Disease By: Gary Null, PH.D.

People with hypoglycemia are often treated as though they have simple depression and anxiety and are put on anti-anxiety agents such as Valium or Xanax. If they are extremely depressed as well as anxious, they are put on antidepressants such as Prozac. I've had people come to me on medication that wanted to go off of it. It turned out that they were hypoglycemic. You can replace antidepressants with amino acids, minerals, and cofactors, vitamins for amino acid metabolism. When depressed patients come to see me who are also hypoglycemic, I put them on a hypoglycemic diet, which is approximately six small meals a day. Also, I have them take chromium for balancing blood sugar. I also gave them magnesium, glutamine, and tyrosine. Tyrosine is an excellent natural antidepressant. It's a precursor to the neurotransmitter norepinephrine, which is one of the brain chemicals that helps us feel good.

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You Don't Have to be Sick Let's Get Fiscal About the Cost of Health Care By: Burt Goldberg

Every time I think about the $1 trillion annual price tag for health care in the U.S. I feel outraged. Americans are not that healthy for all the money spent on their health every year. According to the World Health Organization, in the 1930s the U.S. was ranked as the third healthiest population; but by the 1990s, we've dropped down way below that. Cancer is now affecting nearly 1 out of every 2 Americans. As cases of congestive heart failure have doubled in the last decade and now cost $40 billion a year, heart failure has become the number one drain on Medicare. As a lifelong businessman, when I think about that $1 trillion, I have to ask: "are we getting our money's worth? Does all this make fiscal sense?" The sad fact is that it doesn't make sense at all. This isn't health care-it's sickness care. Conventional medicine keeps coming up with new drugs and high tech procedures, yet none of this heals or cures disease. At best, it deals with symptoms, and, too often, it either suppresses symptoms or makes a person unwell from the "side-effects." Take cancer research. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) spends about $2 billion of American taxpayer's money every year to look for "cures," as long as they don't come from alternative medicine, even though all the breakthrough discoveries in healing chronic diseases are coming from this source. Think about it: The NCI has a $2 billion a year expense account; but, after 40 years, mainstream cancer researchers are no closer to a cancer cure than NASA is to colonizing the Moon.

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Modern Medicine Gets a Failing Grade: Birth of the Lifestyle Approach By: Gary Null, Ph.D

There is no longer a debate about the fact that we are an unhealthy nation. Neither is there a debate about the causes: smoking, unhealthy diet, and lack of physical exercise to name the most obvious. The debate is enjoined when we search for solutions. We expect solutions to come from within our health care system, from the Surgeon General, the CDC, the Department of Health and Welfare. However, it comes as no surprise that there has never been a national health program and no one is giving us important lifestyle direction. We do have a solution. It's called CLIP, the Comprehensive Lifestyle Intervention Program, a program that has improved the health of people from all over the country, of all ages, and all walks of life. It's a program that involves diet, supplements, exercise, stress reduction, and behavioral counseling . But first let's define the problem.

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Nutrition and the Mind By: Gary Null, Ph.D

In 1995, it is estimated that our national sickness care system will account for more than 1.3 trillion dollars of our money. That's more than we spend on defense, housing, food, and education combined. The problem is that we are not seeing major breakthroughs, cures, or even successful prevention programs for any of the serious diseases. We hear a great deal about cancer, AIDS, heart disease, and arthritis. But the largest single disorder group in America is mental illness. It is estimated by the National Institute of Mental Health that more than 40 million Americans are affected by any one of a number of mental and emotional conditions that adversely affect the quality of their lives. These include depression,schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, dementia, and autism, as well as other conditions, which,while they may not fall strictly under the rubric of "mental illness," have a mental component, e.g., fatigue, insomnia, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, eating disorders, PMS, alcoholism, and aggressive behavior. When you consider that probably an additional 50 million people suffer from intermittent bouts of any number of these conditions, then you can see that close to one third of the entire American population is personally grappling with mental health concerns.

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