Editorial Issue 279 Print Email

Positive Health PH Online June Issue 279 is published live 9 June 2022 following the glorious and illuminating Platinum (70 years reign) Jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II.

The destructive, apocalyptic war in Ukraine drags on, Covid-19 appears to be receding while Monkey Pox has appeared throughout numerous countries. In contrast to the steadfast refusal of the American National Rifle Association NRA to even consider reducing the mountains of weapons held by Americans following by the massacre at Robb School in Uvalde Texas, there has been the heartening announcement by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau of legislation to introduce strict gun control on handguns in Canada.

Here are several authoritative sites with a non-mainstream take on the health news:

John Dee’s Almanac –  Excess Mortality due to COVID – Quinary age & gender standardised monthly all cause and non-COVID mortality for England & Wales 2020 - 2021

Alliance for Natural Health International –  20 years on and shifting into overdrive

Chis Woollams Health Watch – Is Heparin an off-label drug for cancer?

McGill NewsRoom –  Discovery reveals blocking inflammation may lead to chronic pain  

The Cover Story We Heal What We Need to Learn: The Ups and Downs of Grief, Joy and Happiness. Part II by Gina Pickersgill relates her personal and profound insights about how to deal with grief following the death of a loved one.

“In such moments that we are feeling down and despairing, we can forget the meaning of a person's life and how much they gave us in terms of memories, wisdom and guidance. We are learning that to wallow in grief for too long is to dishonour that person because they were not just about being noticed when gone. They were about being remembered for what they achieved in terms of giving you the parts of life THEY had with you…

“When their memory is about love, not sadness, we can begin to make decisions regarding how we see them in terms of choosing memories that match feelings of joy. When joy is a focus we can remember happy times and all that, that entails. What do you remember about them that makes you smile, laugh or feel proud? These can help you focus more clearly on what needs to be achieved in terms of getting clear on how you focus on their memory.”

PH Online June Issue 279 is an immensely wide-ranging set of authoritative and outstanding editorial features which cover the entire array of the multi-faceted Natural Health Treatments encompassing all aspects of Mind / Body / Spirit, including Editorial Features, Letters to the Editor, Research Updates and Short Features and Brief Takes.

The following articles discuss mental and spiritual aspects of reaching optimal health:

Tao Of Scientific Positivity

We Heal What We Need to Learn: The Ups and Downs of Grief, Joy and Happiness. Part II 

The next group of features present complementary approaches to health:

Homeopathy – Celebrating the Life of Samuel Hahnemann

Meditations to Boost Back Health

The following articles discuss how to achieve better health and environment:

The Promise of a Better World Part II

Neuroplasticity – How to Heal Incurable Tinnitus, Dizziness and Vertigo Symptoms

Ways to Help Low Mood and Depression in the Menopause

Stress and What to Do About It

The next articles describe larger subjects including Evolution and Cancer:

Toward a Unified Theory of Evolution

The Thriving Legacy of Dr Nicholas Gonzalez

The following article written for the clinician describe treatment and approaches in subjects including sinusitis, exercise, and developmental biology.

Sinusitis and Nasal Blockage

How Exercise Helps Balance Hormones

Etiology of the Clubfoot, PreClinical Clubfoot, Primus Metatarsus Supinatus Foot Deformities

I recommend this outstanding June Issue 279 for your education advancement and enjoyment and truly, fervently hope we may begin to see and experience a return to peace in Ukraine before too long.

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