Editorial Issue 166 Print Email
Just as we are finalizing this Jan 2010 issue of PH Online, comes the incredible circulated news of the alleged kidnap of Alpha Omega Laboratory owner Greg Caton from Ecuador to the USA. Alpha Omega Lab manufactures and sells herbal products including Cancema.
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Editorial Issue 165 Print Email
I am the recipient of mountains of correspondence via post and emails; this won't surprise most PH readers, who are also presumably drowning in their own deluge of paperwork and electronic information.
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Editorial Issue 162 Print Email
At 15 years of publishing Positive Health PH, watersheds and milestones are perennial events, eternally in abundance. At this particular juncture, PH Online Sept Issue 162, one year after PH became available exclusively online and a week before I am to present a Cancer and Nutrition lecture to practitioners and graduate students of Centre for Nutrition and Lifestyle Management, I have been reminiscing and ruminating about what progress, if any, has been achieved, particularly regarding Complementary and Natural Approaches to healthcare and Cancer treatment.
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Editorial Issue 159 Print Email
Just as we are publishing this June 2009 Issue 159 of PH Online, the death of Dr Abram Hoffer at age 92, has been reported. Dr Hoffer was one of the great pioneers of Orthomolecular Medicine, and he lived a long, eventful and productive life.
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Editorial Issue 164 Print Email
When I was a young child, I used to roll my eyes when my father told me things such as "things don't change" or "children think they are re-discovering America".
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Editorial Issue 161 Print Email
I should be deliriously happy, as a qualified research scientist, that research now appears to occupy media headlines, shouldn't I?

"Vegetarians less likely to develop cancer"
www.guardian.co.uk/science/2009/jul/01/vegetarians-blood-cancer-diet-risk  
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Editorial Issue 158 Print Email
As we publish PH Online May Issue 158, the world community is at a knife's edge, wondering whether the Swine Influenza Virus H1N1 will become a pandemic event, and if so, if this will be a virulent or mild strain.
There are considerable warnings [hype and panic] over all forms of media, as governments seek to reassure citizens that there are sufficient stockpiles of antiviral drugs.
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Editorial Issue 163 Print Email

Recently I gave a talk about Nutrition and Cancer Research to post graduate Nutrition students at the Centre for Nutrition and Lifestyle Management (CNELM).
Despite my lengthy 3-hour seminar, I could but impart a small flavour of the huge body of published research, books and clinical information amassed to date.

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Editorial Issue 160 Print Email
Many people, myself included, are a patchwork of being both mind (left brain)-oriented (live in their heads), as well as emotionally perceptive, sensitive and prone to mood swings. It is exciting to visualize, plan and imagine projects, whether it be in financial, health or personal arenas, and extrapolate to the end result.
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Editorial Issue 157 Print Email
Most PH readers are familiar with the wide variety of expert shades of opinion which prevails within just about every health discipline. This includes fields as diverse as Healing, Bodywork, Herbal Medicine, Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Naturopathy; in fact in certain instances there are probably as many divergent points of view in each profession as there are practitioners!
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