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Research: Some Cancer Diagnoses Kill Quicker Than The Cancer

Posted: November 5th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Cancer, Fear, Psychology | No Comments »

Fear kills faster than the world’s most dreaded disease.

A cancer diagnosis may be the most traumatic thing that can befall a patient within the contemporary medical system; that is, beyond the conventional cancer treatments themselves, many of which have life-threatening and even lethal side effects.

New research now indicates that a cancer diagnosis may be as fatal as the cancer itself, dramatically increasing the risk of suicide and heart-related death in the week following diagnosis.

Published in the New England Journal of Medicine this month, researchers looked at data on more than 6 million Swedes aged 30 and older between 1991-2006 using the country’s health registries in order to determine how the psychological toll of cancer diagnosis impacts the risk for death. After analyzing over 500,000 people who were diagnosed with cancer during that period, the risk of suicide was found to be up to 16 times higher and the risk of heart-related death 26.9 times higher during the first week following diagnosis versus those who were cancer free.

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Foods & moods

Posted: July 4th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Drugs, Food, Happiness, Healing, Health, Imbalance, Moods, Pharmaceuticals, Psychology | No Comments »

What is a chemical?  What is a chemical imbalance?

A chemical is a substance used in or produced by a chemical process.   Life processes require chemicals.Pharmaceutical drugs are chemicals – but so are foods.

Our bodies are also chemical factories.  They take food, water, sunshine and other substances and make healthy bodies and minds from them.

When seeds sprout and plants grow, they begin pulling, tearing apart, and rearranging ingredients from the air, sunshine and earth.  They are tiny, living, chemical factories.  The resulting products of plant factories are a vast array of chemicals.  People used to eat foods that were locally grown, without added chemicals, without pesticides or poisonous fertilizers, … Read more…