Endocrine disruptors interfere with normal hormone functioning and may cause infertility, miscarriage, birth defects, reproductive and breast cancers, and thyroid, heart, lung, liver, and kidney damage. Commonly used endocrine disruptors include phthalates, surfactants, and parabens – all of which are routinely used in cosmetic and personal care products. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBtnx14RUV4 Most of the tens of thousands... Continue Reading →
An article in Scientific American is entitled, Panic Attack Sufferers Are Unaware of Symptoms: Panic attacks seem to come out of nowhere but research finds symptoms appear up to one hour before the sufferer is aware of the attack. The conclusion of this article ends with a statement and a question: The study authors note that this lack of awareness may explain why meds work better for sufferers than Cognitive Behavioral Therapy does: How is the patient supposed to work on something that they are unaware is already in progress? Why is it assumed that people need remain unaware of their physiological experience?