Can Cell Phones Really Cause Cancer?
A new report from a group of radiation experts are presenting results the cell phone companies will not like.
Rat Research Proves Cell phones cause tumors
Why were rats used to research cell phone effects?
The 2-year life span of a rat is equivalent to about a 70-year life span of a human, so by studying the biological response of a rat, we can cautiously predict how cell phone use for a lifetime may impact humans.
Why holding 900 million hertz frequencies to your brain may not be a great idea!
Here’s to the crazy ones — the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently — See full quote below
Would you be surprised to know that we, at BioElectric Shield have occasionally been called crazy for 27 years. Are we offended? Heck, no we just smile and say “thanks”. We know that when you’re on the cutting edge, ahead of science and all the research studies, there are those who just won’t understand.
Steve Jobs said, “Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes… the ones who see things differently — they’re not fond of rules… You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things… they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
Why Mothers Give Their Daughters the Shield
In March, 2013, I received this distressing email:
It was such a sad day, today when I discovered that I left my Shield
in the bin at the Albuquerque airport while going through the security
check point. And I cried, a lot.
I have called TSA, and e-mailed them a picture of a shield that I
downloaded from your website. Continue reading
Independence Day is supposed to be all about Freedom. That message gets lost frequently in the fireworks and the picnics. Freedom means many things to many people, for some it’s just the freedom to speak their mind, worship in the faith of their choice, make a living doing what they love, or just to be able to walk down the street without fear. Freedom has many aspects and even if I spent an hour writing about them, they still wouldn’t be all that meaningful to you, because they may not be speaking to the freedom that you crave in your life?
“What does freedom mean to you?” I’m not just talking our Bill of Rights type freedoms; I’m talking about personal freedom.
I got to wondering exactly what Memorial Day is supposed to be about – we tend to get caught up in the Sales, the 3-Day weekend, the beginning of summer. Yes, I know it’s not really summer, but it does signify the beginning of summer time activities and a different state of mind.
When I was growing up it was a family day of remembrance of all those who had passed, flowers on graves, and prayers for the dead. I found this explanation on eHow in an article about teaching children about the holiday. “Memorial Day, a day of national awareness and respect to honor Americans who have died while defending this country. It has also become a day for remembrance of all loved ones who have died, whether they were in the armed forces or not.” Continue reading
You’ll notice I didn’t say Your mother, but all those who mother.
I was reminded last week by a customer who gently pointed out that for many, the bonds with our family of choice can be even stronger than those to our biological mothers/sisters/families.
Many women are nurturing to others to whom they did not give birth; acting as mothers; aunts, sisters, advisers, neighbors, friends – loving, nurturing, giving wise council, laughing with us, sobbing with us, or letting us cry on their shoulders. Take this time to celebrate and thank those women in your life…and if it just happens to be your mother, then many would count you as one of the lucky ones.
Oh My, I’ve done it again!
It seems that I am constantly putting my foot in my mouth.
I was thinking of my mother who passed away in 2001 and how much I knew a Shield would have helped her when I wrote this subject line for our last email. “Your mom called, she gave us her wish list. Can you guess what’s on it?”
I was unprepared for the outpouring of anger and outrage from women whose mothers have crossed over, some more than twenty years ago. Some were startled, dismayed or sad. One wrote that it sent her right over the edge and she unsubscribed from the newsletter after sending us several angry emails. It certainly wasn’t my intent to upset or make light of your loss, in fact that was the last thing on my mind.
Did you know that twenty-five percent of people say their job is the primary stressor in their lives? Wow, one of the biggest causes of temporary insanity and stress is work and you spend a lot of time there. What is it about work that makes us all so crazy?
The Mayo Clinic says coping with stress is much easier when you identify your stress triggers, manage your time well, and take steps to curb burnout. They advise keeping a stress inventory. For a full week write down all the situations, events and people who cause you to have a negative or stressful reaction. Write down who was involved, where you were, what was going on, your response.
How did your frustration show up – anger, frustration, anxiety, upset stomach, headache etc.
A week of this should give you a much better idea of what/when/where/who is involved that is causing your-day to-day stress. Now pick one and work on it. Are there alternative ways you can deal with the situation? Look for ways you can set things up to help resolve things and reduce your stress. Continue reading
I regularly watch the CBS show Sunday Morning. I hate news shows and all the exposes that focus on the negatives, the fear, the painful; this is one show that looks for positive news and interesting people. This morning’s post was extremely uplifting and encouraging. They showed Mike the Mailmanat a post office at Penn State who has spent the last 38 years spreading sunshine by finding something positive to say to every single person he encounters during the day. “I think if you’re going to be someplace for eight hours, make it fun not only for yourself but the customers,” says Mr. Herr (aka Mike the Mailman).
In the Babemba tribe of South Africa, when a person acts irresponsibly or unjustly, he is placed in the center of the village, alone and unfettered.
All work ceases, and every man, woman, and child in the village gathers in a large circle around the accused individual.
Then each person in the tribe speaks to the accused, one at a time, each recalling the good things the person in the center of the circle has done in his lifetime. Every incident, every experience that can be recalled with any detail and accuracy, is recounted. All his positive attributes, good deeds, strengths, and kindnesses are recited carefully and at length. This tribal ceremony often lasts for several days.