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Q. Dear Terry, “How effective would using andrographis be for urinary tract infections like E.Coli? If so, what daily amounts might be appropriate?” – Richard I., Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Q. Dear Terry, “I read that many people are deficient in iodine. I don’t eat seafood, so I doubt I get a lot of iodine in my diet. How much iodine should I take per day for overall health?” – Diane P., Minneapolis, MN

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Avoid Anticholinergics to Preserve Your Memory

Researchers continue to warn that a common class of drugs –anticholinergics–increase the risk of developing thinking and memory problems

There are over 100 different types of these drugs used to treat everything from allergies to high blood pressure

The latest study reports that patients with no previous… Read more >>

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Love Covers

In relationships, we all have disagreements, tension, and stress. When we do, we need to step back and remember that love makes allowances for other people’s weaknesses. Love covers a wrong done to it. You have to rise above these petty things that are pulling you apart. Give people room to have a bad day. When they’re rude, don’t respond. Be an eagle and rise above it. Life is too short for you to live at odds, being contentious, arguing over things that don’t matter. Some people have to have the last word in every argument. Don’t be hardheaded. Let it go. Quit wasting your energy. You have a destiny to fulfill. You have an assignment to accomplish. Those are distractions trying to pull you off course. Zip it up and let the other person be right. You may know they’re wrong, but it doesn’t matter. Don’t waste your valuable time on something that’s not moving you toward your purpose.

“Father, thank You for loving and approving me just as I am. Help me to do the same with others and seek the best for others. I ask You for the deep love that covers offenses and weaknesses so that I can honor You in everything I do. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”


Most important of all, continue to show deep love for each other, for love covers a multitude of sins.
(1 Peter 4:8, NLT)

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails.  Explore, Dream, Discover.
—Mark Twain 



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