The February 2011 issue of Biosis, our quarterly newsletter, is now online. In this issue:
- JoAnne’s Motivational Minute: Music/Magic
“When you’re stressed, music can help soothe. When you’re tired, it can pep you up. Music can make you laugh as easily as it can make you weep. It can even help you heal.”
- Dr. Verigin’s Comment: Understanding the Complexities of Chronic Disease
“I think we can agree that chronic disease today has become an epidemic. No one is spared from the threat of an attack of multiple illnesses or a recovery gone wrong. So when a new client calls in, wondering why their nagging symptoms didn’t get better when their amalgams were removed, we might want to ponder what is really going on.
“For chronic disease is not just one disease. Consequently, it will not respond to the current concept of one-size-fits-all diagnosis and treatment. You must look to the regulative ability of the Basic Regulative System according to Pischinger. You must consider the state of the biological terrain.”
- From Our Blog: Mercury vs. BPA?
“Acknowledging BPA’s toxicity doesn’t make mercury any safer. Mercury, after all, is one of the most toxic elements on earth….But more importantly, while all amalgam fillings contain mercury, not all composites contain BPA, and there is concentrated effort now on creating even more BPA-free restoration materials, even as research continues to be done on the effects of those that do contain the substance.”
Read Biosis #32 now.