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NatureBright SunTouch Plus Light and Ion Therapy Lamp

NatureBright SunTouch Plus Light and Ion Therapy Lamp

  • System includes 10,000-lux light therapy and negative ion therapy
  • Balances your body clock, leaving you feeling rested, refreshed, and nourished all over
  • Can alleviate the nagging symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
  • Clinical studies show that ion therapy provides an automatic antidepressant effect within a few days of use

Advanced reflectors High Density Negative Ionization Effective bandwidth: 60% Clinically demonstrated. EMF protected UL, CUL, CE Safety listed No harmful UV. 30 day money back guarantee 2 year warranty Top selling effective dual treatment! Because the Sun Touch Plus combines SkyEffect Technology and Ion Technology , it provides powerful results using a lower level of 10, 000 LUX light making the treatment easier on the eyes and more enjoyable to use. The Sun Touch Plus produces 17000 Kelvin which makes it the highest rated Kelvin light therapy device on the market and the closest to actual blue sky. Small Size, the small size of the light box (smaller than many desk lamps) makes it easy to move or travel. The Sun Touch Plus also comes with a built in timer to help you control the length of your session. Sun Touch Plus automatically shuts off when your session is complete making sure you do not overuse your light. High density ion technology- Regular ionizers found on the market today are not made to treat winter blues or circadian rhythm disorders; they simply lack the technology to create the high-density result needed. NatureBright’s Ion Technology was made to create an effective, therapeutic level of high density ions. NatureBright incorporates the latest in ion and needle point repulsion technology so you get the benefit you need and have no messy filters or rods to clean.

Experience the powerful healing combination of 10,000-lux light therapy and negative ion therapy with this safe, soothing, and measurably effective light therapy system. The Sun Touch Plus Lamp and Ionizer bathes you in Sky Effect light while simultaneously releasing healthy negative ions into the atmosphere. Lift your spirits with this combination that balances your body clock, leaving you feeling rested, refreshed, and nourished all over.

NatureBright Sun Touch Plus Light and Ion Therapy
At a Glance:
  • Top line treatment for SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
  • Ideal for pregnant women and new mothers
  • A natural way to rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit
  • 10,000 Lux clinically-proven Sky Effect light
  • Optional negative ionizer
  • Built-in 15, 30, 45 and 60 Minute Timer
  • Featured by FOX News, BBC, Chicago Tribune
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10,000-lux lamp helps relieve syptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder. View larger.

NatureBright captures nature’s healing rays in an attractive and compact home lighting kit. Light and ions combine to lift your mood, stabilize your internal rhythms, and invigorate your body systems. Thirty minutes a day can bring about a marked change in your spirits, sleep cycles, and concentration, and can alleviate the nagging symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). In some cases, it is even possible to reduce the effects of painful and prolonged menstrual cycles, all without drugs or negative side effects.

Get Relief from Eight Common Problems

Sun Touch Plus helps relieve symptoms such as:

  • Winter SAD
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Low moods
  • Fatigue caused by irregular work shifts
  • Menstrual and menopause discomfort
  • Irritability
  • Excessive tiredness and fatigue
  • Jet lag

10k Lux Light

How the Sun Touch Plus Lamp Works

The Sun Touch Plus emits energizing, healing rays, using 10,000-lux Sky Effect light while simultaneously releasing streams of negative ions. It creates the same fresh air you feel by a waterfall or from an ocean breeze.

The Science Behind NatureBright

Scientific researchers have discovered a new light receptor in the eye’s retina that interprets signals from light rays, and sends the information to sections of our brain that stimulate hormone secretion and body rhythms.

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Special light wavelength stimulates neurological receptors in the brain.
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Daily use works to synchronize your wake and sleep rhythm to help you feel rested. View larger.

The Sun Touch Plus’ Sky Effect lamps emit the optimal blue light that best stimulates these receptors, which send signals to neurological receptors, energizing important centers in the body. While this light appears normal to human eyes, its special frequency tackles winter SAD, sleep problems, low moods, and even jet lag.

The Sun Touch Plus couples light therapy with negative ion therapy. Negative ions are odorless, tasteless, electron-sized particles found in refreshing environments like on beaches and around waterfalls. Clinical studies show that high-density ion therapy provides an automatic antidepressant effect within a few days of use.

What You Can Expect with Sun Touch Plus
  • You’ll safely receive Sky Effect light stimulation–the equivalent of standing outdoors on a clear spring day.
  • You’ll synchronize your sleep cycle with your waking cycle, staying rested and on track.
  • You won’t experience harmful side effects.

As your world gets lighter, your mind can think more clearly and you’ll feel calmer. It’s easy to bring the gentle healing touch of nature into your home.

Tested for Safety

Sun Touch Plus with Sky Effect Technology has been submitted for safety testing to the Age-related Macular Degeneration Center at the University of Texas’ Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. The study did not identify any cumulative toxicity to retinal cells following exposure to the NatureBright Sky Effect light. Based on these studies it would appear highly unlikely that the NatureBright Sky Effect light would cause any light damage to retinal cells in vivo when used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

What’s in the Box

NatureBright Sun Touch Plus Light and Ion Therapy, User’s Guide, and 1-year Warranty Service Certificate.

Trademark Information:

NatureBright, Sun Touch Plus and Sky Effect are trademarks of NatureBright Company. Copyright 2012 NatureBright Company. All rights reserved.

List Price: $ 139.99

Price: $ 66.00

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FLA Orthopedics SoftForm Light Support Elegant Wrist Brace Large – Right

FLA Orthopedics SoftForm Light Support Elegant Wrist Brace Large - Right

  • Provides light support to weak or injured wrists. Ideal treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, arthritis, mild wrist strains or sprains, and weak or aching wrists.
  • One metal palmar stay maintains the wrist in the neutral position. The base is made of a unique, soft fleece-lined Lycra material.
  • Specifty right or left.
  • Color: Beige.
  • Measure around the center of the wrist.

Provides light support to weak or injured wrists. Ideal treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, arthritis, mild wrist strains or sprains, and weak or aching wrists. One metal palmar stay maintains the wrist in the neutral position. The base is made of a unique, soft fleece-lined Lycra material. The sleek, low profile design also has a low palmar crease for full finger dexterity and hand use. The quick and easy closures give a precise and even fit. Easy, comfortable and inconspicuous to wear. Specifty right or left. Color: Beige. Measuer around the center of the wrist. Suggested HCPCS CODE*: L3908

List Price: $ 29.95

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500 BILLION Euro rescue FUND gets GREEN LIGHT Eurozone's merry-go-round of BAILOUTS can continue!

Germany’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the €500-billion bailout is legal under German law. The verdict comes as Greece’s coalition government hesitates on the further austerity cuts required by its creditors. “Today, Germany is once again sending a strong signal to Europe and beyond. Germany is assuming with determination its responsibility as the biggest economy and as a reliable partner in Europe,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Parliament hours after the ruling. “This is a good day for Germany and this is a good day for Europe,” she said. The verdict ruled that the German government will not be liable for sums over 190 billion euros without approval of the Bundestag, and that both houses of parliament would be informed, “No provision of this treaty may be interpreted in a way that establishes higher payment obligations for the Federal Republic of Germany without the agreement of the German representative,” the court said in a statement. The court has reviewed a petition, signed by some 37000 Germans, against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s plan for a new economic bailout for troubled eurozone countries. The plaintiffs were demanding safeguards for Germany’s economic and political sovereignty. The case was spearheaded by politicians and lawyers from across the political spectrum. The opposition delayed implementation of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and the so-called ‘fiscal pact’ — a binding commitment for European governments not to go further into

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Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) July 31, 2012

National Family Voices is a non-profit that supports Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2F HICs, or F2Fs) in each of the 50 states and DC. To shed light on Eva Camerons dramatic actions and the complexities of the situation, Family Voices interviewed several people within the organizations network of affiliated, family-run agencies. F2Fs are dedicated to helping families of children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and disabilities.

Recent news articles in the Chicago Tribune* report that Eva Cameron, whose daughter has the developmental understanding of a two- or three-year old, explained that due to her daughters situation, her family owes $ 12,000 in bills, she lost her nursing job, and her husband’s business has suffered. She indicated she has been rebuffed for more than ten years in her efforts to have her daughter placed in a group home in Illinois. In an interview aired on CNN’s HLN Evening Express***, Cameron stated, When I didnt get the help I needed from Illinois, someone at the church said, Why dont you go down to Tennessee? They have a good healthcare system. HLN Evening Express reported that Cameron told police Tennessee has the number one healthcare system in the United States, especially for disabled teens and adults.

However, Camerons belief is apparently incorrect. When asked whether this perception of Tennessee is accurate, Belinda Hotchkiss, Director of Family Voices of Tennessee, (which is home to the F2F HIC that provides information about available services to Tennessee parents of CYSHCN and disabilities), commented:

No, not by a long shot. In Tennessee, the Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities Program actually has a very long waiting list of 7,000 people. I work with parents whose children have been on that waiting list for five, ten, twelve years. If we had spoken with Mrs. Cameron, we could have provided her with more correct information about the services Tennessee does and does not have to offer.

This story of a desperate and hopeless mother from Illinois, who took her daughter to another state in search of care, illuminates two critical needs and a strange fact:

the need for an adequate system of services to support children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and disabilities to support children at home and in their communities;

the need for easy-to-find, accurate information for parents about the local resources that are available to them, and to their children; and

the strange fact that each state has its own complex set of laws, regulations, and services for CYSHCN and disabilities and their families.

Another family expert reiterates the need for these family-to-family linkages of relevant and accurate information. Faye Manaster, Project Director of Family Voices of Illinois, The Arc of Illinois Family to Family Health Information Center, commented:

Perhaps if this mother had contacted us and told us about her familys situation, we could have guided and supported her in working with programs and services in Illinois. If she had expressed interest seeking services in Tennessee or any other state, we would have been able to connect her with Family-to-Family staff members in those states, as we do for many families each year. We often advise families seeking to move to another state in order to access better services for their children with special needs to first travel there on a fact-finding mission, using contact information from us, before making their decision.

Manaster went on to explain that many F2Fs lack sufficient staff resources to do as much outreach as theyd like so that the people who need F2F services can find them. She also said that F2Fs often work together to share information that is needed by parents in one state about resources that might be available to them in another. Federal funding for these centers is currently scheduled to expire in May of 2013.

Camerons actions are difficult for many people to understand because it seems impossible to imagine or condone abandoning a child. This extreme choice by an overwhelmed, at-the-end-of-her-rope mother can be better understood by appreciating how difficult it can be for parents to find the critical information they need to access appropriate services and make the most helpful choices for their children. Janis Guerney, Public Policy Co-Director for National Family Voices, is working to secure funding for the F2Fs going forward. She explained:

When parents dont have the information they need about where they can go for services, the children suffer. The Camerons story is a good example. And when the parents dont get accurate information about available services, typically the Medicaid system in the state ends up spending more money in emergency room costs and other interventions that are required when conditions become critical. Again, in some ways this is a good example. Tennessee, and perhaps Illinois as well, has just spent a lot of time and resources to rectify this situation with Eva Camerons daughter, which might have been better spent helping the family find services that met their needs.

F2Fs actually save the state money by providing parents with relevant, timely information and support that prevents crises. If the Federal government does not fund F2Fs beyond fiscal year 2012, more parents like Eva Cameron will likely be unable to find the information or services they need to prevent critical situations.

Please be on the lookout for the second part of this two-part story, also released by National Family Voices on July 31, 2012


Articles located at

1. “Chicago-area mother says desperation led her to abandon disabled daughter in Tennessee: Algonquin woman says she couldn’t cope with 19-year-old’s disabilities or mounting cost of caring for her. But not everyone is sympathetic to her plight.” By Lisa Black , Chicago Tribune reporter, July 23, 2012

2. “Algonquin woman left in Tennessee bar headed back to Illinois: Severely disabled 19-year-old abandoned by mother to be placed in residential facility.” By Lisa Black, Chicago Tribune reporter

July 27, 2012

** News Report on CNN’s HLN Evening Express

“Cops: Mom Leaves Mentally Disabled Teen at Bar,” July 12, 2012,

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Kill Devil Hills, NC. (PRWEB) June 29, 2012

After the Supreme Court has announced that they have decided to uphold the historical US health care reform known as Obamacare, has announced a new guide to helping people navigate the sometimes confusing world of insurance. Obamacare is the Presidents landmark bill and legislation for his first term in the White House. The reform bill seeks to provide health insurance coverage to the many American citizens who are currently living without it. Some of the stipulations in the bill include allowing individuals up to the age of 26 to still be included on their parents health insurance plan and also another provision that ensures health insurance coverage to those who even have pre-existing medical conditionsan issue that has hampered many Americans from previously qualifying for health insurance before ObamaCare due to the fact that they have existing, known health conditions. The bill has caused much contention in Congress due to the fact that Republican members believe the bill to be unconstitutional. The Supreme Court has announced that Obamacare is not unconstitutional and it has upheld this historic piece of legislation. Even still, Congress has said that they plan to act to replace the law, as reported by Fox News.

While insurance and financial issues continue to bog down many American citizens, there are companies now offering to assist in the situation by purchasing patients pre-existing life insurance policies in order to supply them with up-front costs that they may need in order to cover home expenses, college tuitions or any other significant financial obligations. This transaction is called a Viatical. Viatical settlements, or a life settlement, allow patients to essentially sell their life insurance policy in order to finance any current expenses that they may have. A comprehensive resource to learn more about viaticals is

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RICH get poorer and POOR get healthier as Obamacare HEALTH service gets the green light

RICH get poorer and POOR get healthier as Obamacare HEALTH service gets the green light Barack Obama’s healthcare reform survives the Supreme Court but not unscathed. The mandate forcing Americans into obligatory purchasing healthcare insurance emerges not under the commerce clause, but as a tax. The ruling on the law, which is the latest attempt in 50 years to provide health insurance to the uninsured and slow down soaring medical costs, was passed by a 5-4 vote. The court limited the law’s extension of the Medicaid program for the poor by saying the federal government cannot threaten to withhold money from states that do not fully comply, reports Bloomberg. “Nothing in our opinion precludes Congress from offering funds under the Affordable Care Act to expand the availability of health care, and requiring that states accepting such funds comply with the conditions on their use. What Congress is not free to do is to penalize States that choose not to participate in that new program by taking away their existing Medicaid funding,” said Judge John Roberts, who joined the liberal wing in upholding the healthcare law. In March, as the final hearing was held, the nine-member court wanted to know whether the law could stand if the core requisite that most Americans must acquire insurance or face a fine is struck down. The chief legal argument in court was that the individual mandate was unconstitutional. On Thursday, however, the individual mandate appeared to have survived as
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BOULDER, Colo. (Reuters) – The University of Colorado sought on Friday to clamp down on a huge annual marijuana fest, but after initially restricting access to the school, police later stood back and watched hundreds of people light up in a campus field.

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Skin care device company Solta Medical Inc. said Monday it bought CLRS Technology, a California company that makes a device that treats acne using heat and light.

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BILLINGS, MONT. — Wildlife officials say a grizzly bear that preyed on campers outside Yellowstone National Park weighed less than average, but was in an area with ample food supplies and did not appear to be starving.

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Washington (CNN) – Nearly half of all Americans have a favorable view of the new health care reform law, according to a new national poll. A Kaiser Family Foundation survey released Wednesday indicates that 48 percent of the public views the law in a favorable light, up seven points from May, with 41 percent saying [...]

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