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"A proportion of these children may be born with mental handicaps from mild learning difficulties to severe mental retardation and some of these children show many symptoms of chromosomal disorders, yet genetic testing will come back to be normal." 
Everyone knows that too much cholesterol and high blood pressure can kill you. Well, here's something you probably didn't know: loneliness, anger, and hostility can kill you too. Especially if you're a man.
By Anke Zimmermann, BSc, FCAH
A recent study investigating the association between anger and hostility and coronary heart disease was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. The study found that anger and hostility were associated with increased cardiovascular problems in healthy people. People who already had heart disease and were experiencing anger and hostility had increasingly poor prognoses.
And here's the kicker: the harmful effects of anger and hostility were greater in men than women.
By Anke Zimmermann, BSc, FCAH
I was lying on the examination table, naked from the waist up.
“I can’t feel anything”, he shrugged.
“Push up a bit higher. Now, push down towards the chest wall,” I told Dr. F as he was fishing around in my left arm pit.
“Oh there, yes, hmm. Well, I’m not worried about it.”
How many times had I heard those words over the past three years from Dr. F., beginning with a greenish-brown discharge from my left nipple in November of 2007?
Over the years I have seen dozens of children with enuresis successfully helped with homeopathy and occasionally through diet changes.
Many years ago I saw a 9-year-old boy with chronic bedwetting. Throughout the visit he sat alone in front of my examination table, did not interact at all and did not play with any toys. He looked exhausted and had large shiners under his eyes. The parents reported that he loved milk and drank several glasses a day.
This trans-generational effect manifested in the form of disease predispositions, which he called 'miasms'. Effects in the same generation were called ‘acquired miasms’ and effects that were present in future generations were called an ‘inherited miasm’.
The idea of miasms has remained one of the most controversial propositions of Hahnemann, however, a new branch in genetics is throwing light on a possible mechanism to explain this theory.
Anke Zimmermann, BSc, FCAH
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