News (18 December 2014)

We all love a kiss under the mistletoe - but this extraordinary plant has a fascinating history and a valuable role in medicine and healing. Shakespeare called it 'the baleful Mistletoe,' which alludes to the Scandinavian legend that Balder, the god of Peace, was killed by an arrow made of Mistletoe. He was revived following the request of the other gods and goddesses, and Mistletoe was afterwards associated with the goddess of Love, and it was ordered that everyone who passed under it should give and receive a kiss, to demonstrate that the mistletoe had become an emblem of love and not of hate.

Inflammation – what it is and how it dramatically accelerates ageing

Latest news in homeopathy research: Randomised placebo-controlled trials of individualised homeopathic treatment - a systematic review and meta-analysis

Jayney Goddard, President of The
Complementary Medical Association welcomes

Sophia Rose Swan

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I am a fully qualified,
experienced professional
counsellor, holistic
therapist and Reiki
Master, offering a mobile

Jacqueline Clarke-Vernon

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WHAT YOU EAT AND
DRINK REALLY ARE
VITAL PARTS OF WHO
YOU ARE AND WHAT
YOU WILL ...

Janie Hildebrand

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I have been a Reiki
master working with
animals, as well as my
human clients for over 14
years and enjoy helping

Bianca Madison-Vuleta

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Bianca Madison-Vuleta
practices a variety of
leading edge
complementary medical
disciplines, including ...

Katy Watts (Torbay Complementary Therapies)

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I am the owner and lead
therapist at Torbay
Complementary
Therapies.  I can offer
you a safe, relaxing ...

Jill Swyers - Living Foods For Health

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Jill Swyers – Living
Foods for Health – is a
qualified Hippocrates
Health Educator and has
been teaching the ...

How Olive Oil Works to Reduce Cardiovascular Risks
How Olive Oil Works to Reduce Cardiovascular Risks

Researchers have found that it works by improving the
function of the endothelial cells that line the blood vessels. ...

Acupuncture for Hot Flushes?
Acupuncture for Hot Flushes?

Research has concluded that combining Eastern and
Western concepts of hot-flush pathogenesis can lead to safer,

Spiritual Healing and Women with Breast Cancer?
Spiritual Healing and Women with Breast Cancer?

Research has investigated whether Spiritual Healing could
support patients with breast cancer undergoing long-term ...

Dementia Treatment Option: Rhodiola Rosea?
Dementia Treatment Option: Rhodiola Rosea?

Research indicates that Rhodiola rosea proved highly effective and the researchers say that it is a candidate for treating dementia.

Gentle Touch Therapy: Secrets Revealed?

BIZARRE Medical Facts

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome is a rather
peculiar disorder that certainly befits its title. ...
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