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Teenagers living at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have the highest suicide rate in the nation. Until now, the only help came from local efforts. Now authors of "The Chronicles of Ara", Steve Hillard and Joel Eisenberg are helping to fight to stop suicide for teens in the area. The authors have created a new ongoing concern that will inspire the building of arts centers in distressed economic areas.
Pine Ridge is one of the largest reservations in the country. Alcoholism among residents is a continuing problem among those living on the reservation. This dates back to the founding of the reservation in the late 1880s.
Nationally teen suicide is the third-leading cause of death for young people 15 to 24 years of age. This number is growing, especially in poorer communities including Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
One of the best weapons to combat suicide is the introduction of creative endeavors. Studies have shown that art helps students in a number of additional ways. Having creative resources improves grades, standardized testing, and lower drop out rates. Teaching creative expression to students lowers stress and helps to reduce suicide events.
Working with students is not new for Eisenberg, a former special education teacher in Los Angeles. He speaks to writers and filmmakers throughout the country about artistic pursuits. At Pine Ridge Eisenberg will be speaking to thousands of students and share his ideas on the arts, including music, dance, writing, movies and even videogames.
"The Chronicles of Ara" is a fantasy novel, with sequels planned. The novel will be produced as an eight-hour mini series for Ovation TV. The authors are committed to helping the teens at Pine Ridge fight stress and depression, the leading causes of suicide.
Whether you are a germophobe or not, no one likes the idea of lurking bacteria. Yes, there are some good bacteria that our bodies need but there are also very harmful bacteria that can be detrimental to our health. New research is showing that there is also seasonality to some of these bacteria that can spike in the summer months.
Sherry Torkos, holistic pharmacist and author of more than a dozen books on natural health and healing says that bacterial infections may stem from something like food poisoning or an urinary tract infection but if not treated properly it can become lethal to your health.
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Visiting on Late Night Health is William Rader, a former doctor who has spent twenty years researching stem cell therapies. He offers treatment for patients with chronic disease including Parkinson's, some cancers, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Cystic Fibrosis and others.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Soul is an evocative collection of the transcendental journeys, spiritual tips and chance encounters that will transform the way you think about your compassion for humanity while bringing deeper meaning in your everyday life.
Did you know that you could use Food as Medicine? The old saying "You Are What You Eat" has never been truer than it is today. Dr. Keith Kanter, a leading nutritionist and naturopathic physician, says, "Specific food cravings can indicate serious health problems including addiction."
What summer time food cravings indicate and how they affect the brain is what N.A.M.E.D. (Nutritional Addiction Mitigation Eating & Drinking) is all about. Everyone knows that eating a healthy diet makes for a healthier body. Eating healthy also helps people with drug and alcohol addiction recovery by naturally suppressing opiate receptors in the brain.
With nutritional support the N.A.M.E.D. program helps increase the success of addiction recovery while lowering the relapse rate of addicts in recovery. Sugar and gluten stimulate opiate receptors, which increase the craving for abused drugs and alcohol.
The NA.M.E.D. menus are easy to prepare, taste great and feature organic and natural foods. Preparing food using this method can also be less expensive than traditional meals.
Using supplements to enhance the program is also important. Omega 3 fish oil to B-complex and others help to maintain a general healthy lifestyle. Reducing caffeine and getting 7-8 hours of sleep a night is another of the program.
In addition to working with people with addictions, the program also works with patients with mental illness. So now you know that you can use Food as Medicine! namedprogram.com
Life Changes - Have you noticed every once in a while life kind of gives you a smack on the side of the head. Sometimes it's enough to stun you for a week or even a month. Sometimes it's just a step back for a few hours. Robert Clancy, author of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Soul offers advise on how to handle situations that you have no control over.
Life is going great. Business is the best it's ever been. New clients come to you as if by magic. You're not worrying about money. Your kids are fantastic, with super grades. Maybe the kids are on tract to be accepted by an Ivy League school. Your relationship with your soul mate is amazing and so is the sex.
Then it hits! One of your best friends commits suicide! Your biggest client files for bankruptcy owing you three hundred thousand dollars. Your amazing teenager is arrested for drug use. You life has literally changed on a dime.
How you react in these life changes depends a lot on how you prepare for them. You don't have to be paranoid about this. That would take the joy out of life. Joy and happiness (and love) are what life is really all about. How you handle the little and big changes, the unexpected, on your life's roadmap is how you recover.
Hiding in bed for weeks or jumping deeper into work shows what kind of person you really are.
Studies conducted on the mind clearly show we don't know much about how it works. Oh, we understand the physical aspects of the brain. We know the chemical changes and composition of the brain. However, the astounding power of the mind we don't know fully understand. Free spirit and creative guru Liberty Forrest shares how to self healing can be done with your mind.
Albert Einstein's quote "we only use 10% of our mind" makes me think. Imagine what we could do if we used only fifty percent? The idea of a sugar pill curing a disease is something that amazes most people. It's called the placebo effect.
Evidence indicates that 50% of all disease is done by the patient believing he/she will be cured. It's the drugs. It's not the doctor. It's not the surgery. It's believing that the doctor knows what to do and is fixing the problem. The real answer is faith that the patient will be cured.
Self healing goes back to the father of modern medicine. Hippocrates says "physician heal thyself". This is part of his oath that doctors still embrace on becoming a doctor. It's all about the power of the mind and healing yourself.