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"I am a soldier of Allah" and "this is a war".
A man admits in court that he killed soldier Lee Rigby but says it was not murder because "I am a soldier of Allah" and "this is a war".
Mr Adebolajo told the court he did kill Fusilier Rigby
killer 'a soldier of Allah' A man has admitted killing soldier
Lee Rigby but said it was not murder because "I am a soldier of
Allah" and "this is a war". Michael Adebolajo, 28, described
the killing as a "military operation". He also told the Old Bailey
he loved extremist network al-Qaeda. The prosecution says he and Michael
Adebowale, 22 - who also denies murder - rammed Fusilier Rigby with a car in
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Singapore riot: PM urges restraint
At least 18 people were injured and cars were set alight
have been urged by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong not to "tarnish"
their view of migrants, following a rare riot sparked by the death of an
Indian national. He said "the vast majority of foreign workers" in
Ukraine police move on opposition
Ukrainian security forces are moving in on anti-government protesters and an opposition party, in a stand-off over government dealings with the EU.
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The three-year study will investigate shark IgNAR antibodies
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Montreal Economic Institute
Montreal, December 2013 – Contrary to the alarmist declarations of Health Minister Réjean Hébert, who worries about the “hemorrhaging” of doctors to private clinics, these physicians actually represent a mere 1.38% of all doctors in Quebec. This is one of the bits of information contained in the new Economic Note published today by the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI), based on official statistics as well as original field research. The publication also informs us that the number of doctors working in the public system has continued to grow rapidly in recent years. From 2004 to 2012, the number of general practitioners rose by 13.8%, while the number of specialists climbed by 21.5%. Despite this, wait times keep getting longer, even though the
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Kitchen Cure: Conquering Chronic Autoimmune Disease and Cancer with the
Healing Power of Food
Nashville, TN, December 2013 - In her newest book, My Kitchen Cure: How I Cooked My Way Out of Chronic Autoimmune Disease and Prevented Cancer with Whole Foods and Healing Recipes (MeeLee Publishing – June 2013), Mee Tracy McCormick chronicles her journey from near death to a vital, healthy woman with two children, husband and a career that includes going into communities and teaching what she learned about turning around a health crisis. Her story starts with hereditary Crohn's disease, an intestinal ulceration, a diagnosis of cancer waiting to be confirmed, and debilitating daily pain that knocked her down and left her teetering at a painfully thin 96 pounds. Medical tests, treatments and medicines that threatened to kill her before they cured her had backed Mee into a health crisis corner. Not knowing how to proceed or even how to cook, Mee took it upon herself to transform her kitchen into her personal healing "laboratory.” She didn't know it then, but she understands now that by learning about the healing power of food, she was creating something bigger than a cure for a personal ailment. She was creating a lifestyle… a new way of being… a movement…. A REAL FOOD LIFE that could benefit everyone and, most notably, the 55 million people in the
How to Maximize Your ROI of Life
Physican Shares 4 Tips for Enjoying Life to the Fullest - Have you ever felt like you need an upgrade on your life? Most of us have – and there’s a way to get it, says veteran physician Sanjay Jain.
I tell people, ‘Don’t be afraid of making your life clearer.’ Many argue
that life is not simple and, therefore, there are no easy answers, but as we
have paraphrased from Chinese philosopher Laozi, ‘The journey of a thousand
miles begins with the first step,’ ” says Jain, whose specialties include
integrative medicine. He’s also an international speaker and author of Optimal
Living 360 – available February 2014 (www.sanjayjainmd.com).
“Lives are built from many small components which, when viewed as an
assembled whole, can appear overwhelmingly complex,” Jain says. “But when
we break them down and consider the pieces as we make decisions in our lives,
it’s much easier to see how small adjustments can result in a better return
on all of the investments we make – not only in health, but in
relationships, finances, and all the other essential aspects of our lives.”
Jain offers four points to keep in mind as you start the journey. • Life
is short, so live it to its fullest potential. Live it optimally. This is
your life, so don’t waste its most precious resource – time. No matter
one’s spiritual leanings, economic and education status, health,
intelligence level, etc. – one thing is true for all: Our time on Earth is
finite. There will be a time for most of us when, perhaps after a frightening
diagnosis from a doctor, we reflect deeply upon our time and consider the most
important moments, and all the time that may have been squandered. • Balance
is key. Too much or too little of something, no matter how good, is
actually not good. Balance is one of the easiest tenets to understand, but
arguably the most difficult to maintain. Obviously, too much alcohol is bad;
then again, there are some health benefits to moderately imbibing red wine.
What about too much of a good thing; can a mother love her children too much?
Yes, if she is an overprotective “helicopter parent.” The best antidote to
overkill of anything is awareness; try to be aware of all measures in your
life. • Learn to tap your strengths and improve upon your weaknesses. Engaging
your strengths at work and in your personal life is important. When we do what
we’re good at and what comes easily, we feel self-confident and satisfied.
Some people, however, are not in jobs that utilize their strengths, or they
don’t put their talents to work at home because they’re mired in the
prosaic work of living. It’s important to identify your strengths and find
ways to engage them. It’s equally important to recognize our weaknesses and
work on improving them (because we can!) This is essential for achieving
balance. • Life is about making the right choices. Integrative
decision-making makes this easier. There are many different types of
decision-making, including systematic, hierarchal, impulsive, decisive and
flexible. Integrative decision-making can be used for problems large and
small, and includes the following process: 1. Define the problem. 2. Frame the
problem. 3. Develop all your options. 4. Analyze your options. 5. Make the
decision. 6. Execute your decision. 7. Debrief yourself. While experts may be
the best consultants for compartmentalized areas of your life, only you know
the other aspects that affect your well-being and can determine how a decision
in one area will affect another area. About
Women: How to Say ‘No’ during the Holidays (& Year-Round)
Therapist Offers Perspective on Managing a Woman’s Many Roles - Men
expect more than women when it comes to “having it all,” according to a
new study by Citi and LinkedIn titled, “Today’s Professional Woman
Report.” More men than women define the good life as including a
strong and loving marriage with children – 79 percent, compared to 66
percent of women. And 9 percent of women do not include personal relationships
in their pursuit of success – up from 5 percent in the previous survey.
“This study may be an indicator not so much that women want less than men;
it may simply mean that women are feeling overwhelmed by the many roles they
accept in life, and they believe wanting a happy work-life balance is asking
for too much,” says Dr. Jaime Kulaga, a practicing therapist, life coach and
author of “Type ‘S’uperWoman – Finding the Work-Life Balance: A
Self-Searching Book for Women,” (www.mindfulrehab.com).
“In fact, I haven’t met a woman in my life who hasn’t taken on an
exponential amount of roles – far more than is good for any one person. From
wife to professional to cook to chauffeur, women simply do not know how to say no,
even when they want to.” While the holiday season is supposed to be a time
when family members rejoice with family and free time, Dr. Kulaga says women
often dread this time of year because of the additional roles to be taken on.
She offers perspective for why saying “no” more often is good for them.
• An inability to say “no” is based in fear. Why can’t we
just say no? It’s because we’re afraid of the consequences. Mostly,
we are afraid of feeling guilt, feeling a sense that we are diminished in the
eyes of others and, overall, that we will somehow lose something.
Decisions based in fear, however, are often negative ones as they tend to be
entrenched in irrationality or impulsivity. Try to decide things based on what
you want, and not what you’re attempting to avoid. • Women who
can’t say “no” have less, not more; be mindful. Mindfulness is
an excellent way to pare down the number of roles so many women assume; it’s
the antidote for women who smile and nod “yes” when their brains are
screaming “no,” and then go into the bathroom to cry. There is plenty of
talk about women who “want it all” – and we can have it all, if we focus
on what is really important and narrow the list of roles down to a manageable
number. • By saying “no” to some things, you’re saying “yes”
to others. As mortal individuals, our time and resources are limited. We
simply cannot take on all the roles others would have us accept and still have
time for the things that truly matter to us. Working late each night, for
example, means having less time for your family – or yourself! When women
list their priorities, it’s almost always in relation to the needs of
others, and not themselves. It’s not only OK, it’s healthy to want
time and other things for oneself! Dr. Jaime Kulaga, Ph.D, LMHC, CPC Motivated
by watching those she coaches become successful and with a true passion for
helping others, Dr. Jaime Kulaga earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology,
and master’s and doctorate’s in counseling. As a licensed mental
health counselor and certified professional coach, she has a special interest
in the complex lives of today’s women. She serves as a go-to expert resource
for Bay News 9, the
Love, Loss and "Delicious Lies:” Bitter Like Orange Peel
New York, NY, December 2013 – Jessica Bell, a 30-something Australian-native contemporary fiction author, award-winning poet and singer/songwriter/guitarist doesn't write fairy tales – she writes books that explore the beauty within the beast. Bitter Like Orange Peel (Vine Leaves Press) is a raw and engrossing family drama that would shock your average princess. Six women. One man. Seven secrets. And one could ruin them all. Kit is a twenty-five-year-old archaeology undergrad who doesn't like to get her hands dirty. Life seems purposeless. But if she could track down Roger, her missing father, maybe her perspective would change. Kit's attempt to discover the truth will seduce the reader with more panache than Christian Grey. A blend of dry comedy and raw heartbreak, Bitter Like Orange Peel explores relative values of circumstantial evidence, selective memory, and the understandable prejudgments we're all so capable of in the passionate protection of those we love. Family relationships are flawed. All we can do is paper over the cracks. As the daughter of a semi-famous rock 'n' roll duo from
Living Proof That By
Taking Responsibility For His Own Life One Man Was Able To Beat The Odds
Hampton, VA, – Taking into account the recent findings by a team of researchers in Washington State who accidentally discovered that chemotherapy fuels the growth of cancer cells and makes it much more difficult to destroy the second time around, it behooves us to keep an open mind about alternative treatment. Dr. Carl O. Helvie chose the latter 38 years ago after being told his lung cancer was terminal; today he is a thriving 80-year old who takes absolutely no prescribed medication and is the longest living cancer survivor! Packed with information based on his 60-year career in medicine and research, Dr. Helvie's latest book You Can Beat Lung Cancer: Using Alternative/Integrative Interventions (Ayni Books), includes valuable input from leading medical and health practitioners in the field today and shares how he used holistic natural interventions of supplements, herbs, enzymes, diet, prayer and meditation to beat this dreaded disease and prevent a recurrence - with absolutely no negative side effects whatsoever. Free of cancer for nearly four decades and living without any prescription medication, Dr. Helvie still hosts his own radio health show with a level of energy most of us only dream about. With nearly 90% of Americans over 65 currently suffering some kind of chronic illness and expecting three times that by age 75, his holistic lifestyle seems to be "the gift that keeps on giving.” Helvie, taking responsibility for his own life and making the decision to cure himself many years ago, says: "Harsh chemicals, devastating surgeries and painful procedures for conventional cancer treatment are not your only option.” Adding, "My book offers practical, easy-to-understand information on the types, causes and diagnosis of lung cancer and evaluates the different approaches to holistic and alternative treatments.” Dr. Helvie is a registered nurse with two masters and a doctorate in public health and wellness and over 60 years experience as a nurse practitioner, educator, author and researcher. He is the recipient of numerous awards with listings in Who's Who In American Nursing, Men of Achievement, and American Men and Women of Science, just to name a few. He has eight published books as well as contributed to others, and has published or presented internationally over 100 papers and articles. He developed and published a nursing theory now used worldwide and has established a nursing center that provides primary care for homeless and low-income individuals and families. Please visit his website at: www.BeatLungCancer.net.
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Few of us know how to act around a very sick person. And yet, what we say (and don’t say) makes a huge impact. Here are some practical skills for caregivers, family members, and anyone else who wants to make a meaningful difference in a very difficult time. By Walter St. John, Ed.D.
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