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The controversy over black licorice

Posted November 4, 2012

Leave it to the federal government to sound an alarm when one is not really needed. Often such tactics are really a smokescreen to take the public’s focus off issues that are more crucial. Could this be such a ruse, to distract us from the real problems such as genetically-modified organisms (GMOs)?

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The Many Uses of Light Therapy

Posted April 30, 2012

Light therapy is also referred to as heliotherapy or phototherapy and consists of exposure to light in many different forms and for treating a variety of different ailments. Various sources of light such as fluorescent lamps, LED (light emitting diodes), bright, full spectrum lights, dichroic lamps, lasers and so on are used to administer light therapy.

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How To Deal With The Winter Blues: Light Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted April 30, 2012

During the winter months, do you find that your mood is lower, you are tired more often and you start craving comfort foods more? If you do, you might be suffering from a mental health disorder called seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a condition that is now taken more seriously by the medical profession than it used to be. However, if you are worried that a diagnosis of SAD means a recipe of prescription drugs to cope with the condition, you might be interested to learn that there are more natural remedies at hand, such as light therapy.

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