Eating Late May Wreak Havoc On Your Body
Eating Late May Wreak Havoc On Your Body
in Healing Diet by Greg Richter, University of Pennsylvania
Eating late at night could be worse for your health than you might think.
Why Energetic Health Is Important to Intuition
Why Energetic Health Is Important to Intuition
in Healing Disciplines by Lisa K.
There is a very tight connection between our energetic body and our physical body. When our energetic body is not…
How Fasting Can Benefit Mindfulness, Meditation, and Your Overall Health
How Fasting Can Benefit Mindfulness, Meditation, and Your Overall Health
in Healing Diet by AJ Earley
Fasting has been used for centuries as both a remedy and a booster in all areas of health: physical, mental, and…
Decoding Richard Strauss’s An Alpine Symphony
Decoding Richard Strauss’s An Alpine Symphony
in Leisure & Creativity by David Larkin, University of Sydney
“He who climbs upon the highest mountains laughs at all tragic plays and tragic reality”, said the prophetic…
What's The Right Way To Blow Your Nose?
What's The Right Way To Blow Your Nose?
in Health & Wellness by David King, The University of Queensland
If you have a blocked or runny nose, chances are you’ll reach for a tissue or hanky to clear the mucus by having a good…
Why Treating Breast Cancer With Less May Be More
Why Treating Breast Cancer With Less May Be More
in Diseases & Conditions by Ashish A. Deshmukh, University of Florida and Anna Likhacheva, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Women with breast cancer have long faced complicated choices about the best course of treatment.
With Wireless Charging, Electric Cars Could Drive Forever
With Wireless Charging, Electric Cars Could Drive Forever
in Science & Technology by Mark Golden, Stanford University
Scientists have found a way to wirelessly transmit electricity to a nearby moving object.
Can Even Moderate Drinking Cause Brain Damage?
Can Even Moderate Drinking Cause Brain Damage?
in Health & Wellness by Nicole Lee, Curtin University and Rob Hester, University of Melbourne
Research reported last week found “even moderate drinking” could “damage the brain”.
Is Lead In The US Food Supply Decreasing Our IQ?
Is Lead In The US Food Supply Decreasing Our IQ?
in Environmental Health by Keri Szejda, Arizona State University Andrew Maynard, Arizona State University
The environmental advocacy group Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) on June 15 released a study about dietary lead…
Surprising Ways To Beat Anxiety And Become Mentally Strong
Surprising Ways To Beat Anxiety And Become Mentally Strong
in Diseases & Conditions by Olivia Remes, University of Cambridge
Do you have anxiety? Have you tried just about everything to get over it, but it just keeps coming back? Perhaps you…
External and Internal Causes of Disharmony and Disease
Identifying and Removing The Causes of Disharmony and Disease Using Traditional Chinese Medicine Principles
in Diseases & Conditions by Sharron Murray, MS, RN
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is believed that certain conditions are necessary for disease and disharmony to…
These Words Get People To Eat More Vegetables
These Words Get People To Eat More Vegetables
in Food & Nutrition by Milenko Martinovich, Stanford University
Describing vegetables with words normally used for indulgent foods can get people to eat more of them, a new study…
How Aircraft Noise At Night Is Linked To High Blood Pressure
How Aircraft Noise At Night Is Linked To High Blood Pressure
in Environmental Health by Klea Katsouyanni, King's College London
People who live near airports are at increased risk of high blood pressure, our latest research shows. We found that…
How To Create The Life You Desire from the “Quantum” Soup of Pure Energy
How To Create The Life You Desire from the “Quantum” Soup of Pure Energy
in Career & Success by David Cameron Gikandi
It has been said that even before you ask it is given unto you. It has also been said that if you ask, it shall be…
Do Poor People Eat More Junk Food Than Wealthier Americans?
Do Poor People Eat More Junk Food Than Wealthier Americans?
in Food & Nutrition by Jay L. Zagorsky, The Ohio State University and Patricia Smith, University of Michigan
Eating fast food is frequently blamed for damaging our health.
How Looking At Buildings Can Actually Give You A Headache
How Looking At Buildings Can Actually Give You A Headache
in Diseases & Conditions by Arnold J Wilkins, University of Essex
It’s three o'clock – you’re at work, struggling to focus during the afternoon lull. You gaze out of your office window,…
When Choosing Healthy Food Your Surroundings Can Help Or Hinder Your Dining Choices
When Choosing Healthy Food Your Surroundings Can Help Or Hinder Your Dining Choices
in Food & Nutrition by Breanna Wright and Denise Goodwin, Monash University
Most of us know what sort of food we should eat to optimise our health and help avoid lifestyle diseases like obesity…
How To Get Out of Self-Sabotage and Limiting Belief Systems
How To Get Out of Self-Sabotage and Limiting Belief Systems
in Career & Success by Bruce Doyle III, Ph.D.
Frequently, people experience unexplained behavior that some would describe as self-sabotage. It’s like having in your…
The Spiritual Lives of Animals
How The Spiritual Lives of Animals Connect With Our Own
in Pets & You by Nancy Windheart
In learning to listen to animals telepathically, we learn to still the mind, to listen with deep presence, and to…
How Different Sugars Have Different Health Effects?
How Different Sugars Have Different Health Effects?
in Food & Nutrition by Bronwyn Kingwell, Pia Varsamis, and Robyn Larsen, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute
Our recent article published in the Medical Journal of Australia found that Australian and European soft drinks…
Lipstick Under My Burkha: When Real Women Take Over Indian Screens
Lipstick Under My Burkha: When Real Women Take Over Indian Screens
in Leisure & Creativity by Anubha Yadav, University of Delhi
“We see many films on male bonding, but hardly any on female bonding,” award-winning Indian filmmaker Aparna Sen told…
It's Not Just Climate Future: Air Pollution From Coal Kills Thousands Every Year Now
It's Not Just Climate Future: Air Pollution From Coal Kills Thousands Every Year Now
in Environmental Health by Jay Apt, Carnegie Mellon University
When President Donald Trump announced on June 1 that he had decided to withdraw the United States from the Paris…
Women's Health Issues And The Amazing Herbs That Can Help
Women's Health Issues And The Amazing Herbs That Can Help
in Herbs & Supplements by Ash Stevens
Women juggle a life of menstruation, pregnancy, birth, menopause, housekeeping, work, raising, children, and on, and…
Is The World We Live In Us Cancer?
Is The World We Live In Giving Us Cancer?
in Environmental Health by Chelsey Kivland, Dartmouth College
I had assumed that the small lump in my breast was a blocked milk duct from nursing my seven-month-old son.
Releasing Our Pain and Cleansing Our Emotional Wounds
Releasing Our Pain and Cleansing Our Emotional Wounds
in Healing Disciplines by Sahvanna Arienta
As we grow and mature, our experiences as we relate to others take their effects on us, both positive and negative. We…
Why You Don’t Need Hot Water To Wash Your Hands
Why You Don’t Need Hot Water To Wash Your Hands
in Health & Wellness by Robin Lally, Rutgers University
Water temperature doesn’t make any difference when it comes to removing harmful bacteria from your hands, a new study…
How Yoga Makes You Happy
How Yoga Makes You Happy
in Fitness & Exercise by Agnieszka Golec de Zavala and Dorottya Lantos, Goldsmiths, University of London
Can we really unlock our personal power by adopting “powerful” body postures? Unfortunately, the findings that link…
How Eating Late May Wreak Havoc On Your Body
How Eating Late May Wreak Havoc On Your Body
in Food & Nutrition by Greg Richter, University of Pennsylvania
Eating late at night could be worse for your health than you might think.
Why Taking Aspirin For Your Arteries Might Not Work
Why Taking Aspirin For Your Arteries Might Not Work
in Herbs & Supplements by Doug Bennett, University of Florida
A new study shows that aspirin, used for decades to reduce the risk of cardiovascular problems, may provide little or…
How To Heal Our DNA with the Assistance of Our Innate Self
How To Heal Our DNA with the Assistance of Our Innate Self
in Healing Disciplines by Althea S. Hawk
Innate is responsible for the seemingly mysterious and miraculous healings: accelerated recoveries, spontaneous…
Can This Kind Of Rock Climbing Treat Depression?
Can This Kind Of Rock Climbing Treat Depression?
in Diseases & Conditions by La Monica Everett-Haynes, University of Arizona
Bouldering, a form of rock climbing that involves climbing rocks or walls to a moderate height without ropes or a…
Is The World We Live In We've Created Giving Us Cancer?
10 Ways That Astronauts Are Helping You Stay Healthy
in Science & Technology by Nick Caplan and Andrew Winnard, Northumbria University, Newcastle
Astronauts on the International Space Station are growing crystals that could help develop new drugs for use on Earth.…
These Steps Can Help Adults Heal From Childhood Trauma
These Steps Can Help Adults Heal From Childhood Trauma
in Health & Wellness by Shanta R. Dube, Georgia State University
Prevention is the mantra of modern medicine and public health. Benjamin Franklin said it himself: “An ounce of…
How Our Environment Can Induce Allergies Even Before We're Born
How Our Environment Can Induce Allergies Even Before We're Born
in Diseases & Conditions by Sabine Langie, Hasselt University
Is this the worst Northern Hemisphere allergy season yet? For many people – both those who’ve suffered before and…
How to Increase Your Health and Happiness with Social Interaction
How Can Being Socially Active Increase Your Health and Happiness?
in Fitness & Exercise by Joyce Meek Yates & Amanda Conrad
Social situations can have a positive influence on your personal health choices. Studies show that the more socially…
What Causes Alzheimer’s Disease? What We Know, Don’t Know And Suspect
What Causes Alzheimer’s Disease? What We Know, Don’t Know And Suspect
in Diseases & Conditions by Yen Ying Lim and Rachel Buckley, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, which is an umbrella term used to describe general loss of…
Three Simple Steps to Stop the Grip of Anxiety
Stressed? Anxious? Three Steps to Stop the Grip of Anxiety
in Career & Success by Kathryn Tristan
“Take care” or “Be careful.” Obviously, your friends and family care about you and are expressing a desire that you be…
What You Need To Know About Rub On Pain Products
What You Need To Know About Rub On Pain Products
in Herbs & Supplements by Andrew Moore, University of Oxford
I was a clumsy child and had more than my fair share of bumps and knocks. As a result, I was the recipient of a…
This Is Your Choice: Easy World or Difficult?
This Is Your Choice: Easy World or Difficult?
in Leisure & Creativity by Julia Rogers Hamrick
A magician in the highest and truest sense, your Spirit has the power to arrange events and situations so that they…
Does Chopping Your Vegetables Boost Their Nutrients?
Does Chopping Your Vegetables Boost Their Nutrients?
in Food & Nutrition by Duane Mellor, Coventry University; et al.
We all know eating vegetables is a good way to improve health. And for many years the focus has been on just eating…
What's The Best Way To Deliver Enough Green Space For Health And Welfare
What's The Best Way To Deliver Enough Green Space For Health And Welfare
in Home & Garden by Anne Cleary, Griffith University and Ruth Hunter, Queen's University Belfast
Half of the world’s people now live in urban areas. This creates competition for resources and increases pressure on…
Sgt Pepper's At 50 – The Greatest Thing You Ever Heard Or Just Another Album?
Sgt Pepper's At 50 – The Greatest Thing You Ever Heard Or Just Another Album?
in Leisure & Creativity by Liam Viney, The University of Queensland; et al.
The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band turns 50 on June 1 and the anniversary of this legendary album will…
What You Need To Know To Protect Your Skin From The Sun's Damage?
What You Need To Know To Protect Your Skin From The Sun's Damage?
in Health & Wellness by Kerry Hanson, University of California, Riverside
Not so long ago, people like my Aunt Muriel thought of sunburn as a necessary evil on the way to a “good base tan.”
School District Switches to Local and Organic Meals, Cuts Carbon Footprint and Saves Money
School District Switches to Local and Organic Meals, Cuts Carbon Footprint and Saves Money
in Food & Nutrition by Melissa Hellmann, YES! Magazine
A new report revealed surprising results when Oakland overhauled its lunch menu at 100-plus schools by serving less…

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