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Why Tune Your Car and Your Body?

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

The answer is simple. To extend the life of both.  Did you know the average lifespan of a car in the United States is 12 years with an average milage of 200,000? Did you know that the life expectancy for men in the U.S. fell to 73 years – six years less than for women?…

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Pay Now with an Oil and Filter Change or Pay Later with an Full Engine Overhaul – The Choice is Yours

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

When patients are faced with quadruple or triple bypass surgery, they are given a false sense of security. Why? Because there are over 70,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body. The surgeon replaces three or four small sections and you think you have been blessed by the medical fairy. If a plumber came…

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Bell’s Palsy

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Bell’s palsy is the most common cause of facial paralysis and it usually causes paralysis on just one side of the face. Symptoms of Bell’s palsy can vary from person to person and range in severity from mild weakness to total paralysis. These symptoms may include twitching, weakness, or paralysis on one or rarely both…

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Hidden Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs)

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

When people think about EMFs, they invariably think about cell telephones, cell towers, wi-fi routers, computers, TATRA emergency broadcast system, radar systems and the like. But who would ever consider their refrigerator or the checkout register at their local supermarket. That’s right your supermarket checkout station. When your expensive organic celery, peppers, beets, and other…

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Radar Induced Eye Damage

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Richard Bok was a retired Air Force radar operator. In addition to daily exposure to radar waves, he also was exposed to jet fuel fumes and other chemicals present on the airbase. These exposures resulted in chronic eye pain, irritation, and an “oil” film effect over his eyes. Also present was glyphosate, the herbicide Round-Up…

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Embrace Your Inner Quiet: Mastering Self-Care for Introverts

By Diane Harrison

Embark on a transformative journey to self-discovery and rejuvenation tailored for the introspective soul. In a world that often whirls around extroverted ideals, it’s time to carve out a niche for the serene strength found within introversion. This comprehensive ICNR guide is your beacon to a balanced and enriched life, offering thoughtful and personalized strategies…

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Bio-frequencies: The Miracle Technology That Conventional Medicine Does Not Want You to Know About

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

In 1890, the first modern publication on the subject of bio-frequencies was published by Nikola Tesla. A whole new branch of medicine was founded on the healing effects of certain Tesla coil frequencies. Tesla understood the therapeutic value of high-frequency vibrations. Unfortunately, this technology, was suppressed in the 1930s by the medical cartel (AMA, FDA,…

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Dementia, Cheerios, and Glyphosate – What do they have in common?

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Roundup for Breakfast anyone? That’s right. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) commissioned testing of popular oat-based cereals and other oat-based foods marketed to children. Almost all of the samples tested by EWG had glyphosate residues at levels higher than what EWG scientists consider protective of children’s health with an adequate margin of safety. Interestingly, a…

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Conventional Medicine vs Energy Medicine

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

In 1908, John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie spent $100 million dollars and hijacked the medical industry. In 1910, under the aegis of the Carnegie Foundation, Abraham Flexner published his infamous Flexner Report. The Flexner Report transformed the nature and process of medical education in America and Canada resulting in the elimination of the homeopathic colleges…

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Common Sense Approach to Cancer and Autoimmune and Other Illnesses

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

I have been practicing for 53.5 years and retrospectively have analyzed the effectiveness of many diagnostic testing procedures. In comparison to blood testing, CT Scans, MRI, and many other systems, the overall conclusion is that energy medicine techniques are incredibly more accurate. Why? Because energy medicine techniques evaluate the root cause of the problem and…

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