• private......................1!!
  • view from top a hill to nearing village(?) houses
  • fast food grim reaper (humor also here)
  • shrink and save this nice food pyramid at less kilobyte sized image
  • freed stuff--------------------------------------------------
  • read ONLY when we are both relaxed and emotionally close..sensitive issues
  • READ ON B-12 RED TOGETHER
  • nice photos from Acorn Intentional Community ((
  • racism or nonracism in japan))
  • BBC on acne and see the Herbal, Diet and Vitamim sections of treatment here (maybe try just one or at most two at a time to see what maybe works?) ["Beware of toxic medications (Accutane) What is Accutane? Accutane is the brand name for isotretinoin, a drug prescribed for acne which is rapidly being exposed as a public health threat. According to the manufacturer, "Isotretinoin is a retinoid, which ?inhibits sebaceous gland function and keratinization. The exact mechanism of action of isotretinoin is unknown.? Accutane usage has been linked to severe psychological disorders and even suicide. Although accounts vary, 'More than 200 people have taken their lives while taking Accutane?(cited here) of course this same site doesn't just say that too much soy is bad but claims soy is EEEEEEEEEEEEEEVIL with title "the toxicity of soy".. though that SAME page links to John Robbins, author of Diet for a New America article called "ARE SOYFOODS A BLESSING OR A CURSE?" and maybe did not READ what he says at the end of his article, "Becoming soy-a-holics and automatically downing anything made from soybeans is not the road to health, but neither is shunning and stigmatizing soyfoods. The anti-soy crusade has needlessly frightened many away from a food source that has long been a boon to humankind"]Acne.org message board.

  • this site recommends Zinc with Copper (50 mg zinc and 5 mg copper per day) ; Acidophilus capsules (1 capsule twice/day) with meals says about cleansing that It is important to maintain an acid environment in the skin. Do not wash the skin with soap, which is too alkaline and debrides the acid mantle of the skin. Instead, use a facial brush and hot water. Do not use products that contain alcohol" it recommends a Lemon juice wash "Wash with hot water and a facial brush or washcloth. Squeeze a fresh lemon into a small bowl and put the juice on a cotton ball. Apply cotton ball to face. Repeat soaking of cotton ball in lemon juice as needed. Let lemon juice dry on face for about 10 minutes then rinse with cool water. The lemon juice should make your face sting or mildly burn. For sensitive skin, dilute juice with filtered water." then "Once the skin is regenerating (after two weeks using gentle, natural treatments) you may want to add a stronger facial exfoliant. Many cosmetic manufacturers produce Glycolic acid formulas (15 percent strength). Avoid products that contain heavy moisturizing ingredients and alcohol. Glycolic acid helps loosen or break up the outer layer of the skin and prevents excessive build-up of dead skin cells. " and MAYBE then vitamin A (Which has side effects) and finally Tea tree oil has been shown to remove and stop the growth of bacteria on the skin. An Australian study showed that a 5 percent tea tree oil gel was as effective as 5 percent benzoyl peroxide. Tea tree oil is the only essential oil (except for lavender) that can be applied directly to the skin with no carrier oil. Like other antimicrobials, tea tree oil should be used in a consistent daily regimen to prevent infections. Benzoyl peroxide reduces bacteria on the skin and helps to peel the superficial layer of cells
  • the above is from this Google Answers page with LOTS OF LINKS. including about exercise
  • About.com says, wheat/chocolate/caffeine may aggravate for some people Spot application of tea tree oil to erupted blemishes can help to eliminate bacteria and reduce inflammation. it also recommends ZINC. Want to try Solgar or other natural brand Zinc? And lots of exercise (with proper clothes and shower right afterwards)..Drink at least 8 glasses of day of water.... Some people may benefit from a one- to four-week liver detox diet based on fresh vegetables and fruit.


  • http://www.veggiegames.com/ job opportunity under "careers"?
  • To protest the monarchy, a New Zealand woman had the message 'Get your colonial shame off my breasts' scrawled across her chest and stomach. By Ross Setford, AP
  • Pryor .............................
  • person actually touches nose of scary shark
  • brutal creation myths from Greeks
  • linked to increased cancer risk: Aspartame (see also here).
  • not only US culture: insane (parts of) India
  • ATV found nice "Food porn" pictures plus nice recipes 05 nov
  • fungi in pillows but answer is not feather pillows, rather, allergy-proof cases (do those which protect against dust mites ALSO protect against FUNGI though???) and washing in hot water every weekend.
  • Work with animals suggests that emotional deprivation in early life causes heightened stress responses as adult animals. It's highly likely this is the case for people too. Re-setting the stress thermostat in childhood is an important adaptation -- it equips a child born into a difficult world to be constantly on the alert. But this alertness comes with a long term price: heart disease, diabetes, obesity and depression...."It is the elimination of other causes of death such as infectious disease which is responsible for bringing lifestyle diseases to the fore - and these are exquisitely sensitive to stress." (05 sep BBC)
  • IUD information from planned parenthood also feminist womens health clinic info
  • Women have up to 5 days (120 hours) after unprotected intercourse to prevent a pregnancy by using EC. Click above to find out how to get EC, or call our tollfree EC Hotline to have a prescription called into your pharmacy. No physical exam is necessary to get EC.
          EC HOTLINE: 1-877-994-6432
                 Mon - Fri: 9am to 9pm
                 Sat - Sun: 9am to 5pm
    ....and.... How to get ECs/costs "At the health centers, the cost is $30 per single use package. For women without insurance, discounted pricing may be as low as $10 with our Sliding Fee Scale. With the EC Hotline, there is a $20 telephone service fee which can be paid by credit card, check or money order. In addition, the pharmacy will charge for the EC pills (usually from $25-$35). If you have insurance that covers contraceptives, EC is covered in the same way" one can find the health center closest to you at this site and for Salisbury the info is:
    Salisbury
    Court Plaza Shopping Center
    1506 S. Salisbury Blvd.
    Salisbury, MD 21801
    Phone: (410) 860-4788
    Fax: (410) 860-2549
    driving directions
    
    
    Hours:
    Mon:   12:00 ? 7:00
    Tues:  8:30 ? 4:00
    Wed:   9:00 ? 4:00
    Thurs: 9:00 ? 4:00
    Fri:     10:00 ? 4:00
    Sat:    9:30 ? 12:00 (2nd Sat of each month)


  • Info on air cleaning plants
  • worth skeptically reading about this possible way to improve one's eyesight
  • HealthBoards.com for fidning others to share experiences re various health problems...and cna and use "related:www.healthboards.com/" feature on google on Google to find related websites

  • naughty @ nature


  • NEW page on "future plans" with helpful links
  • open source photo-album software? (look at later)
  • Children whose mothers were overly stressed during pregnancy may themselves be more vulnerable to anxiety as a result, research suggests. 05 sept