New Age author and activist Marianne Williamson, best known for her promotion of “A Course in Miracles” – a course supposedly given to a woman who claimed to be channeling Jesus – has announced that she is running for president.
RS writes: “Everyone is talking about this celery juice fad that’s supposed to help you lose weight fast and cure all kinds of ailments. Is there any truth to this or is just another one of those crazy diet fads?”
SS writes: “I recently found out about daith piercing to help migraine sufferers. I get migraines quite often and am interested in getting a daith piercing, but want to know if it would be anything anti-Catholic. So far I haven’t found much info on it. I . . . would appreciate your input!”
The Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning about cesium chloride (CsCl), a mineral salt that is sometimes administered to cancer patients by mouth or by injection at the hands of naturopaths and other alternative practitioners in spite of the fact that there is no evidence of its safety or efficacy in the treatment of cancer.