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A writer-contributor and edtior for CLN, Michelle holds a doctorate in molecular genetics (UT-Memphis) and has been practicing energy psychology techniques including EFT for more than 10 years. After nearly two decades living in Hong Kong, in 2012 she relocated her practice to the earthly paradise of Hawaii's Big Island. Her working world journey has included stints as a research scientist, medical writer, publishing manager and presentation skills trainer. Most recently, she completed a D.I.Y. guide to quickly – and permanently! - clearing the fear of public speaking.

To comment on her posts or submit content yourself, you'll find her at bigislandfreedom.com

Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness: Fact vs. Fiction

Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness: Fact vs. Fiction

The risk that a vaccine will fail to prevent disease must be weighed in along with the potential risk of harm from the vaccine. Today, children in the USA will receive no less than 69 doses of 16 vaccines. Yet despite this cornucopia of “preventive medicine,” American children are among the sickest in the developed world.

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If Money Flows from Health and Gratitude, How Should I Invest It?

Posted by on April 27, 2014 in Economy with 1 Comment
If Money Flows from Health and Gratitude, How Should I Invest It?

People are going broke, losing their jobs, and fear more than greed rules the news. Knowing that all of Wall Street is a scam, how can we invest our money wisely?

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Nanotechnology: Potential Pros and Cons for Humanity

Posted by on April 27, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 2 Comments
Nanotechnology: Potential Pros and Cons for Humanity

Nanotechnology, the study and application of microscopic things at the nanoscale level, can be used in many fields, such as biology, chemistry and physics. Furthermore, it can be used in medicine to cure disease and health conditions, including but not limited to cancer, diabetes and neurological disorders.

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Quinoa: It’s Complicated

Posted by on April 24, 2014 in Business, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
Quinoa: It’s Complicated

Quinoa became popular because of its health value, yet the quinoa-growing region is the most malnourished in Bolivia because farmers cannot afford to eat their own crops. They sell their high-value quinoa and buy cheaper, less nourishing foods instead.

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1930’s Home Renovated to Energy Efficiency

Posted by on April 23, 2014 in Eco-Friendly, Environment with 0 Comments
1930’s Home Renovated to Energy Efficiency

Rather than building a brand new home, it can often make more sense to renovate an existing home and bring it in line with modern standards. This 1930s property was transformed into a passively-cooled home, complete with a modern extension that both adds space and contributes to its considerable charm.

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Sea for Yourself: Livestream Video of the Deep Seafloor

Posted by on April 22, 2014 in Environment, Nature, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Sea for Yourself: Livestream Video of the Deep Seafloor

Research ship Okeanos Explorer is roaming the Gulf of Mexico, and its remotely operated vehicle is live streaming video that any landlubber can enjoy. The need to understand the Gulf should resonate this month, because the four-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon explosion was Sunday, April 20.

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Help Your Teenager Help Others

Help Your Teenager Help Others

Happiness derived from tasks that help others, like raising money for a charity, could be better for teen mental health than happiness derived from selfish activities, like eating chocolate or listening to music. Empirical psychological studies have indicated that, over time, eudaimoniac activities tend to be beneficial to mental health while hedonic activities can be harmful to it.

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Tax Incentive Plan to Bring CEO Pay in Line with the Average Worker

Posted by on April 22, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Tax Incentive Plan to Bring CEO Pay in Line with the Average Worker

This growing divergence between CEO pay and that of the typical American worker isn’t just wildly unfair. It’s also bad for the economy. It means most workers these days lack the purchasing power to buy what the economy is capable of producing — contributing to the slowest recovery on record. Meanwhile, CEOs and other top executives use their fortunes to fuel speculative booms followed by busts.

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Young Millionaire John Ramsey Funds Liberty

Young Millionaire John Ramsey Funds Liberty

The youngest power player in American politics, millionaire John Ramsey is a new breed of libertarian. He works to expand personal freedoms, sees all business as charity, espouses growing one’s own food and despises crony capitalism.

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Chronic Illness Can Stem from a Common Root Canal

Posted by on April 19, 2014 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Chronic Illness Can Stem from a Common Root Canal

Dental procedures and the materials used in them can affect your whole body, not just your teeth. Root canals specifically can lead to chronic health problems and even degenerative diseases.

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Why DO Grownups Stop Laughing?

Posted by on April 18, 2014 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
Why DO Grownups Stop Laughing?

A kid laughs on average 300 times a day… an adult, only 5 times. When and why do we block this critical key for happiness, what doctors call “inner jogging”?

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Matt Taibbi: Who Does, and Who Doesn’t, Go to Prison in America

Posted by on April 17, 2014 in Agencies & Systems, Government with 0 Comments
Matt Taibbi: Who Does, and Who Doesn’t, Go to Prison in America

In this interview with former Rolling Stone journalist Matt Taibbi, he compares the non-enforcement of socially destructive white-collar crime with the highly aggressive law enforcement tactics applied to virtually everyone else in America.

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Hurrah! Social Security Admin to STOP Seizing Tax Refunds

Posted by on April 15, 2014 in Government with 0 Comments
Hurrah! Social Security Admin to STOP Seizing Tax Refunds

On the heels of an alarming Washington Post report, the government will stop trying to seize federal and state tax refunds from Americans whose relatives had old debts with the Social Security agency.

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Cadillac and Ford Find Humor in Battle for Pseudo Green EV Customers

Posted by on April 14, 2014 in Eco-Friendly, Environment with 0 Comments
Cadillac and Ford Find Humor in Battle for Pseudo Green EV Customers

Cadillac and Ford are yukking it up in their battle to attract savvy buyers to their electric vehicles. Target demographics now extend beyond the “greenies”.

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Vending Machines Get an Overhaul: Organic & Eco-Friendly

Posted by on April 14, 2014 in Business, Conscious Living with 1 Comment
Vending Machines Get an Overhaul: Organic & Eco-Friendly

Recently launched in Chicago, the modern vending machines from Farmer’s Fridge include freshly made and organic food items, packaged in recycled BPA-free plastic and housed in a fridge made of reclaimed barn wood.

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