1. Raphael Pharma-Food

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    ISTD - 2013 project “food for thought” Investigate food. My project is based on replacing medicine by food and specifically using compatible fruits as healing juices. My project was creating a pharma-food store where people would buy fruit juice to be cured. I then created a video ad that would introduce people to this new brand.

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    • Veterans-Stories: Ammy and Steve Ligeikis. Narration by Wilma Bulkin Siegel, MD

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      EMMY AND STEVE LIGEIKIS: consider themselves as “one” together in their life story. He is 43 years old and had given up finding a mate, after two failed marriages. He had dreamed of a military life, since the age of 5, and realized this goal when he enlisted into the United States Army in 1987. In 1988 his unit (C Co. 1-187th. INF REGT. of the 101st. airborne division deployed to the Sinai as part of the multinational force of observers. After the unit’s return to Fort Campbell in 1989, his battalion was once again sent to the Middle East. This deployment was to Saudi Arabia for Desert Shield in 1990 as squad leader for the 60 mm mortar section. The Desert Storm phase of the Gulf War saw Steve conducting combat assaults into Iraq where he describes carrying ammunition, explosives, MRE’s and no less than 5 gallons of water as part of his combat load. He remembers being cut off from aerial resupply for four days, and had to ration out the water and food to his comrades. He is so much a professional soldier that the others appreciated his capabilities to protect them. He viewed it as a natural duty to take care of his men, which is the sense of “camaraderie” that is indoctrinated into the infantry. Many young soldiers were confused by the idea of “Fighting for Oil or Money”, but he explained to his men that it is a Soldiers duty to follow orders, and to protect each other. Soldiers do not set “Foreign Policy, they enforce it”. After the Gulf War, he signed up with the National Guard and went to college, studying Psychology and Military Science. He reentered the active military in 1998 and served with his old battalion (B Co. 1-187th INF REGT 101st Airborne Division), and deployed with that unit to Kosovo, where he was known as the “Wolf” among his compatriots. After his discharge in 2002 he returned to an important job setting up cell towers on high structures. This is where he met Emmy, who was the dispatcher for the same company. They became friends and fell in love. Steve’s military service caught back up with him in September of 2010. His exposure to West Nile Virus, in the Middle East and contaminated brought on a severe case of meningo encephalitis which worsened his symptoms of PTSD that he already suffered from. He was unable to continue his job because of memory deficits and neurological issues from the illness. Emmy is his full time care giver. She is developing a business of embroidery via the internet while taking Steve to his doctor appointments. She considers him a good husband and is very much in love with him so the sacrifice is worth it to her.

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      • Veterans-Stories: Caleb Well. Narration by Wilma Bulkin Siegel, MD

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        Returning Veterans from Iraq and afghanistan stories/ Portraits by Wilma Bulkin Siegel, MD CALEB WELLS: is a 31 y.o. who entered as part of the Army National Guard after Lafayette College in New Orleans and was deployed to Iraq in 2004-2005. He blast of car bomb with burns of face and limbs but no scarring. He has PTSD from all his experiences. His marriage despite a child ended 2006 after he was once again deployed and life went downhill with poor choices of drugs and he worked in a night club on Bourbon Street in New Orleans and had another child out of wedlock with one of the employees of the club. He was unable to give child support. He is now off drugs and is homeless. A Safe Haven Foundation in Chicago has been the first Shelter for the homeless that has given him a sense of care and compassion. He has been clean of drugs for 1 year so far. He has also found housing and is doing an internship with a foundation that works with injured veterans called "The Warrior Scuba Project".

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        • What to Do if You Have Low Stomach Acid by Dr. Tracie O'Keefe DCH, BHSc, ND

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          What to Do if You Have Low Stomach Acid? http://www.healtheducationcentre.com/ Low stomach acid, what is it? Well, your stomach is a bag; and in that bag it produces hydrochloric acid, and that breaks in all the protein and food that comes in to your stomach -- not all of them but a fair amount of them so that they can be able to be partly absorbed through the stomach lining. Also, so that they can be broken down so that when they go into the intestine, and then they can be absorbed quite quickly. This acid is high when you are still young. However, as you grow older, it becomes lower and you can't digest as well. And you need help. Seek out someone trained in nutritional medicine. Give us a call now at 02 9571 4333 (Sydney, Australia).

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          • Culture Saves Lives! (July 2015)

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            "It is up to all of us to take our place on the Medicine Wheel" - Chief Fraser Andrews CULTURE SAVES LIVES! is an awareness campaign to reconnect all people with their culture as a ‪#‎harmreduction‬ and life saving health intervention, especially First Nations people oppressed by mechanisms of colonization such as residential schools and the foster care system, including those who are traditionally left out of the circle. The release of the Paige Report made clear the need for immediate action toward social change and justice. Big thanks to all the people who connected in contribution of this video. (Especially, all the elders, speakers, photographers, artists, and dancers!). Let's go global! http://www.phs.ca/index.php/project/culture-saves-lives/

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            • Medicine Par Apnay Rate Lagana Kaisa - Madani Muzakra - Maulana Ilyas Qadri

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              This video contains a short bayan of Madani Muzakra on topic of “Medicine Par Apnay Rate Lagana Kaisa”, one of the famous programs of Madani Channel. Sheikh e Tareeqat Ameer e Ahlesunnat Maulana Muhammad Ilyas Attar Qadri distributed wonderful Madani Pearls (Madani Phool) in the light of Quran & Hadith. Click the following Link to watch more Islamic Videos: https://vimeo.com/ilyasqadriziaee All the Viewers requested to kindly connect to DawateIslami, The World Islamic Organization of Quran & Sunnah: http://connect.dawateislami.net Kindly share this Video to as many people as you can and post your comments about this Video. It will be sadqa e jaria for us. Website Link: http://www.ilyasqadri.com Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IlyasQadriZiaee

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              • Kya Sample Ki Dawa Baich Sakte Hain - Madani Muzakra - Maulana Ilyas Qadri

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                This video contains a short bayan of Madani Muzakra on topic of “Kya Sample Ki Dawa Baich Sakte Hain”, one of the famous programs of Madani Channel. Sheikh e Tareeqat Ameer e Ahlesunnat Maulana Muhammad Ilyas Attar Qadri distributed wonderful Madani Pearls (Madani Phool) in the light of Quran & Hadith. Click the following Link to watch more Islamic Videos: https://vimeo.com/ilyasqadriziaee All the Viewers requested to kindly connect to DawateIslami, The World Islamic Organization of Quran & Sunnah: http://connect.dawateislami.net Kindly share this Video to as many people as you can and post your comments about this Video. It will be sadqa e jaria for us. Website Link: http://www.ilyasqadri.com Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IlyasQadriZiaee

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                • Holiadvice Holistic clinics

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                  Ever wondered how come there isn't even one place that you can find holistic practitioners online, get an advice or even get a therapy by one of them, while there are so many platforms for conventional medicine? Holiadvice.com, the first online marketplace for holistic clinics, a place who gathers holistic practitioners from all over the globe to heal the world and make it a better place. By video, by messages and by chat. Holiadvice will offer a variety of online clinics from the rich world of holistic and integrative medicine. From traditional chines medicine through transpersonal psychotherapy, bibliotherapy and even holistic coaching.

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                  • Think Differently: Apples - A Week in Science

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                    This week: There’s a lot more to the humble apple than meets the eye – so just what is the secret science behind the forbidden fruit? Like RiAus on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RiAus And follow RiAus on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RiAus For more information visit http://riaus.org.au/series/week-in-science

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