Category Archives: In the News

Lessons from the Killing of Harambe

Please help me make sure this doesn’t happen again! There have been a lot of people wanting me to make a public statement about the murder of Harambe in the Cincinatti Zoo. I agree with and commend the courage of … Continue reading

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No News and Rules for Being Human

From:  Mind & Heart Matters By Bernie Siegel, MD Dear Everybody, First, I apologize for the editors at the Bulletin making an error in judgment. I sent them a very long column which they said they couldn’t fit into the … Continue reading

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Thoughts from Bernie – Our Healthcare Crisis

The present health care crisis is not just related to health care. It is a crisis related to what is happening in our society. We have become depersonalized as a society, invested in technology and not the experience people are … Continue reading

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The Immune Competent Personality Test

Dear Everyone, As many of you know, I often recommend taking the short Immune Competent Personality Test.  The set of just 12 questions (including three I added), is based on research by Dr. George Solomon.  It is a great way … Continue reading

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Thoughts for World Health Day – Treating the Cause, Not the Result

As part of World Health Day, I have joined with the American Recall Center, a site devoted to providing up-to-date FDA news, to spread awareness about medication safety. Below are some thoughts I had about how each of us can … Continue reading

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The Power of Words

Most doctors are not trained to communicate and understand the power of their words as they relate to a patient’s ability and desire to survive. Doctors are not the only authority figures who impact patients’ lives and their ability to … Continue reading

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Nutritional Empowerment for Brain Health

This is a guest post from David Perlmutter, MD, Empowering Neurologist This year marks a critical turning point in our understanding of the impact of neurodegenerative conditions in the Western world. While cardiovascular disease and cancer have captivated the spotlight … Continue reading

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New Ways to Achieve Healing with Information Medicine

The new field of information medicine utilizes the lines of communication from cell to cell in the body to achieve therapeutic goals. One such device, the Bemer, sends a very unique (patented) signal throughout the body, instructing the muscle layers … Continue reading

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Q & A with Bernie – February 11, 2013

Question for Bernie: Does the soul know when the body is going to die, and does the person give “signs” to living friends and family that they are going to leave? Recently in my life the death of a young … Continue reading

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Run, Hide, Fight – Surviving When the Worst Happens

As we all continue to try and recover at least to some degree from the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School that took 28 lives, 20 of them 6 and 7 year-old children, just last Friday, December 14, 2012, a … Continue reading

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