My Dog Understands Vector Geometry

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Ok, vector summation to be more precise. As you know I walk my dog daily at least during the decent months. I realized he understands how to add vectors with magnitude and angle in his puppy dog brain.

Here’s the scenario that I’ve observed. If we’re coming up to a pole that I don’t want him to stop at, but he does, I do one thing and he does another.

Lets say I’m trying to go left of the ...

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Keeping Memories of Your Children

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As a kid back in the 70’s, we didn’t have video cameras. Back in those days we had a 16mm camera with no sound that needed a bright and hot light. We still have some of that video that we transferred to VHS tape at one point. The quality was bad and with no sound it seemed kind of lifeless. I wish I had more video of my childhood. What was I like back then? How did ...

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How to Conquer the Flu

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The dreaded flu! No one wants to get it and when they do, they want to be rid of it, as soon as possible.

There are some easy things you can do to ease the suffering and get better faster. Here are some natural remedies that can help: salt baths, magnesium, Vitamin C and D, sweating and respiratory aids.

Many years ago a patient came into the office and shared this great home remedy for illness. I have used ...

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The Huge Importance of Vitamin D, Especially During the Winter.

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Vitamin D in the form of Vitamin D3 is responsible for the regulation of over 2,000 genes in your body! Every cell and tissue needs Vitamin D for its well-being. Research suggests that 85% of us are deficient in Vitamin D and we don’t even know it.

Vitamin D is important for heart health, skin health, pancreatic health, slower aging, sleep patterns, hearing, athletic performance, eye health, vascular health, respiratory health, immune health, mood and feelings of well-being, ...

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What is “Brain Fog” and how to Get Rid of It

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According to Wikipedia Clouding of Consciousness, also known as brain fog or mental fog, is a term used in conventional medicine denoting an abnormality in the “regulation” of the “overall level” of consciousness that is mild and less severe than a delirium (acute confusional state). The sufferer experiences a subjective sensation of mental clouding described as feeling “foggy”.

I have had patients tell me they feel like they are not firing on all cylinders or that they’re living ...

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Fat Cells Need Sleep to Perk Up their Metabolism

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You know that getting too little sleep can leave you sluggish and irritable but did you know it can make you fat?

Too little sleep increases levels of hormones that make you hungry. If that isn’t bad enough, it also decreases hormones that make you full. According to new research, lack of sleep reduces your fat cells’ ability to respond properly to insulin, which is pivotal in regulating how your body uses and stores calories.

Quoted in “USA Today”, ...

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Knee Pain Disappears

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A guy in his 50’s shows up last week with a lot of knee pain. He’s limping with each step and says he’s had the pain for over a month now and can’t get any answers.

I run the Advanced BioStructural Correction protocol on him and he feels a little better, then two days later run the protocol on him again. This time a different meningeal release shows up on him and I did that release four times ...

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Are Cellphones Harmful?

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Well, they’re definitely not good for you in terms of radiation exposure in the form of radio frequency energy.

Every radio transmitter emits energy. Your cell phone, walkie talkie, cell phone towers, cb radios, Wi-Fi in the home, etc. This energy cannot be perceived by humans because our eyes can’t detect it and our bodies can’t feel it in general.

However there are some exceptions that you’ll recognize. Take for example your microwave oven. It’s nothing more than a ...

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Keeping Hydrated

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Everyone knows when it’s 105 degrees outside, how important it is to drink water.

But, it’s equally important to drink water every day no matter what the temperature.  A person loses water when they sweat, go to the bathroom, digest food and even when they breathe.  Your body uses water in all its cells, organs and tissues. Water helps regulate the body’s temperature and maintain bodily functions.

Did you know the most common cause of daytime fatigue is mild ...

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