Pandemic Driven Plant-keeping Improved Mental Health

From baking bread to putting together puzzles to learning TikTok dances, Americans found many hobbies to keep themselves sane and occupied during the COVID-19 pandemic. Another popular pastime that emerged is plant-keeping. According to a new survey of 1,000 Americans ages 18 to 54 and older, conducted by http://www.Trees.com in partnership with online survey platform … Continue reading Pandemic Driven Plant-keeping Improved Mental Health

YOUR THOUGHTS & WORDS HAVE POWER

Nicola Tesla said that everything was frequency/vibration and energy. In this TEDX Talk, Joanna McEwan tells us more about this phenomenon. Joanna is a qualified and experienced sound therapist and holds an MA in Applied Anthropology, Youth and Community. She has supported children, young people and families for over 15 years within mainstream, special needs … Continue reading YOUR THOUGHTS & WORDS HAVE POWER

Judge Rules JOHNSON & JOHNSON Must Pay Over $572 MILLION for Role in Oklahoma OPIOID CRISIS

August 28, 2019 Mandy Froelich / Truth Theory In the state of Oklahoma, Johnson & Johnson has been found guilty for pushing doctors to prescribe opioids to patients while downplaying the risks of addiction. For fueling the pain-killerepidemic, the corporation has been ordered to pay over $572 million. According to Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter, the sales push … Continue reading Judge Rules JOHNSON & JOHNSON Must Pay Over $572 MILLION for Role in Oklahoma OPIOID CRISIS

TIPS FOR STAYING MENTALLY HEALTHY DURING THE COVID RESTRICTIONS

We are social animals, so the stress, anxiety, and isolation that accompanies this COVID new normal are trying for us all, especially during the holidays, and especially if working from home. Here are a few tips to stay mentally healthy whether you are working at home, spending more time than you would prefer at home; … Continue reading TIPS FOR STAYING MENTALLY HEALTHY DURING THE COVID RESTRICTIONS

Potatoes not Prosac – Nutrition for Depression

This book ties in with the book Sugar Blues, also reviewed on this blog. Potatoes Not Prozac by Kathleen DesMaisons, PhD, the national bestseller that started the sugar-free revolution, is now fully revised and updated with the latest scientific information and success stories for a new generation of readers. Can't say no to fattening foods, carbs, … Continue reading Potatoes not Prosac – Nutrition for Depression

Is This a Return to the Bad Old Days of Nurse Ratchet?

In the uncomfortably recent past, abuses in the treatment of Mental Illnesses were horrific see Psychiatric Treatment or Torture; and who could forget "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest? But are monetary incentives driving current psychiatric treatment in the same direction? When ABC-affiliated, Dallas television station, WFAA, aired this documentary, it elicited a plethora of … Continue reading Is This a Return to the Bad Old Days of Nurse Ratchet?