In the first part of this article, we introduced five remarkable innovations for treating eye conditions. They included an implantable telescope for sufferers of macular degeneration, a glasses-worn computer that reads—and speaks—text for vision impaired or blind people. Here are the remaining five from the top ten list compiled by israel21c.org. Bionic lens. A prototype […]
If you or anyone you know are visually disabled or have a medical condition of the eye, you’ll definitely want to know about some incredible scientific advances in treatment made by scientists in Israel. In this piece, we’ll discuss five of the top ten from an article on the website israel21c.org. In part 2, we’ll […]
[amazon asin=B008HAIWIW&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest: Steve Hassan, author of Freedom of Mind.
Topic: Helping loved ones leave controlling people, cults, and beliefs.
Issues: Evaluating the situation; what all cults have in common; understanding the tactics used by cults to recruit and retain members; communicating with a cult member; planning and holding interventions; and much more.
[amazon asin=1591792568&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Meir Schneider, creator of the Natural Vision Improvement Kit.
Topic: Improving eyesight naturally.
Issues: Proven, non-surgical methods of improving eyesight; exercises to increase eye health; what accounts for the growing percentage of children who wear glasses; Meir Schneider’s inspirational story of overcoming blindness using these techniques.
[amazon asin=B0049P24A6&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 3: Auriela McCarthy, author of The Power of the Possible
Topic: How to stop being right and start being happy.
Issues: How to stop arguing over mundane issues like housework; using everyday stories from real people as a way to get you to rethink everything you believe about relationships and how to make them better.
Dear Mr. Dad: Our 7-year old son has been diagnosed with a learning disability (specifically dyslexia). Some friends of ours with a child the same age have been telling us that our son’s condition might have been caused by vaccines he had. They also say that vaccines cause autism and worse. We asked our doctor about this and he says vaccines are perfectly safe and that our son’s dyslexia was caused by other factors. Who’s right?
A: Your doctor. There’s been a lot of research in the past few years looking into the connection (or lack) between vaccines and learning disabilities or any other health risk. And the evidence is quite conclusive: According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), there is absolutely no evidence—scientific or otherwise—that vaccines cause learning disabilities. [Read more…]