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My backyard green garden is nature’s ‘farmacy’

April 4, 2019 SST

By Wendell Fowler Surgery this week, followed by full-scale warfare, will be unleashed upon any lingering cancer cells in my wife’s body. They’re toast! Sandi’s become a lean, green, optimistic cancer fighting machine by providing […]

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The dreams and visions of those passing on

April 4, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton Sleep is something we all need. Sleep is a break from our daily turmoil, and a fresh transition to a new day of awakening. Sometimes it goes smoothly, without a hitch. Sometimes […]

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Wheatgrass part II: intense green nutrition

March 29, 2019 SST

By Wendell Fowler Pre-op was last week and doctors were astonished that a woman Sandi’s age didn’t have diabetes, heart disease, or hypertension, is not obese and takes no pharmaceutical medicines. Why, that’s downright un-American. […]

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Sleep & the paranormal

March 28, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton I walk along a thin line darling, Dark shadows follow me, Here’s where life’s dream lies disillusioned, The edge of reality. Edge of Reality, Elvis Presley (1970) Do you feel tired and […]

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How to bring your ‘A’ game to the office

March 21, 2019 SST

By Curtis Honeycutt Going on a coffee run for your co-workers sounds like a great idea, doesn’t it? Not only do you seem considerate of their caffeine needs, but you also offer to pay (usually), […]

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Sweet sleep … or a sleep disorder?

March 21, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton I like a good snooze. Who doesn’t? I think back upon the sleep of my youth: 10-12 hours of subliminal bliss, followed by an awakening, a quick snack, then back to sleep […]