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“In the six years since the arrest and conviction of Jordan Sparks, music had helped Angel to heal and grow.”
“In the second, they learn to work on auric bodies to heal emotional imbalances, and to use chromatherapy on reflexology zones.”
“A Harvard-trained physician who served as chairman of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy, Dr. Gordon also founded the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C. He is a world-recognized expert in using integrative techniques to heal depression, anxiety, and psychological trauma, and has long been a supporter of noninvasive modalities.”
“Minor injuries from disruptors—grazes and flashcuts—would begin to heal in eight to a hundred hours, untended.”
“It also strengthens the surrounding muscles, taking pressure off the injured area, which allows it to heal more quickly and reduces the chances of reinjury.”
“As soon as it moves out of pseudocommunity, a group will usually start behaving like a conglomeration of amateur psychotherapists and preachers, all attempting to heal or convert one another.”
“Because the elbow joint is affected, a Monteggia fracture can be difficult to heal properly, and the first surgeon Greg consulted recommended surgery to implant a metal plate and screws to stabilize the bones.”
“You need at least three days of total bedrest to give your body a chance to heal itself.”
“I subsequently decided I would take five weeks off from solo mountaineering, allowing my hands to heal from the frostbite, even though I had two peaks left in the Elk Range—the Maroon Bells.”
“Misapprehensions about medicine are particularly vulnerable to the effects of confirmation bias, because the process by which a given intervention works is so often contra-logical: It makes no intuitive sense that rebreaking a bone would help a fracture to heal or that using chemotherapy to kill living tissue would help a person survive cancer.”
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