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Xenu Xenu (/ˈziːnuː/ ZEE-noo),[1][2][3] was, according to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, the dictator of the "Galactic Confederacy" who 75 million years ago brought billions[4][5] of his people to Earth (then known as "Teegeeack") in a DC-8-like spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes and killed them using hydrogen bombs. Official Scientology scriptures hold that the essences of these many people remained, and that they form around people in modern times, causing them spiritual harm.[1][6] Summary[edit]

Current TV: Official Site To Our Faithful Users: Current's run has ended after eight exciting years on air and online. The Current TV staff has appreciated your interest, support, participation and unflagging loyalty over the years. Your contributions helped make a vibrant place for discussing thousands of interesting stories, and your continued viewership motivated us to keep innovating and find new ways to reflect the voice of the people. We now welcome the on-air and digital presence of Al Jazeera America, a new news network committed to reporting on and investigating real stories affecting the lives of everyday Americans in every corner of the country. Dr. Gant MD, Ph.D. Specialty: Functional Medicine, MTHFR and Predictive Genomics (Gene Testing), Neurofeedback and Mindfulness-based Psychotherapies Practice Philosophy: Combining the clinical tools of Functional Medicine and Genomics with Neurofeedback and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapies is a way to help my patients get to their unique mind/body/spirit roots of their medical and psychological symptoms, conditions, syndromes, illnesses and disorders, and make rational, effective, cost-conscious and sustainable interventions. Areas of Focus: Combining the clinical tools of Functional Medicine and Genomics with Neurofeedback and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapies leads to strategies which are effective for not only neuropsychological disorders but any chronic medical or psychiatric problem. Formal Training/Education: B.S. in Chemistry - Hampden-Sydney College M.D. - University of Virginia Medical School

Orthomolecular medicine Orthomolecular medicine[1][2] is a form of complementary and alternative medicine aimed at maintaining health through nutritional supplementation and based on the assertion that there is an optimum nutritional environment in the body and that diseases reflect deficiencies in this environment. Treatment for disease, according to this view, calls for the "correcting of imbalances or deficiencies based on individual biochemistry" by use of substances natural to the body, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements and fatty acids.[3][4][5] Few medical or scientific experts support this approach;[6][7] even the accuracy of calling the orthomolecular approach a form of medicine has been questioned since the 1970s.[8] The term "orthomolecular" was coined by Linus Pauling to mean "the right molecules in the right amounts" (ortho is Greek for "right").[11] Proponents of orthomolecular medicine hold that treatment must be based on each patient's individual biochemistry.[12][13]

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