Quantum Communication - Converging Spirituality, Science and Quantum Physics
September 30, 2011 | Consciousness |
What if you found out that major university scientists and top secret facilities all over the world were studying the secret powers of the mind and the results were classified until now?
Iodine - Bringing Back The Universal Medicine
September 30, 2011 | Healing |
It is cruel to deny people full information about iodine. Information about iodine needs to be plastered all over the public media helping the public know and remember the importance of starting and ending each day with iodine. Every man, woman and child needs to take iodine. This book tells the iodine story that has become especially important as radiation levels increase because of the nuclear disaster in Japan.
Single Dose of 'Magic Mushrooms' Creates Lasting Openness and Broad-Mindedness
September 30, 2011 | Consciousness |
A single high dose of the hallucinogen psilocybin, the active ingredient in so-called "magic mushrooms," was enough to bring about a measurable positive personality change lasting at least a year in nearly 60 percent of the 51 participants in a new study, according to the Johns Hopkins researchers who conducted it.
The Top 5 Similarities and Practices Between Big Tobacco and Big Pharma
September 29, 2011 | BigPharma |
Tobacco companies and pharmaceutical companies share so many commonalities and industry practices, that it is quite difficult to deny their ideological similarities. Besides the fact that both have used medical doctors to push their products, here are 5 other examples.
How Prolonged Ingestion of Fluoridated Drinking Water Damages The Brain
September 29, 2011 | Toxins |
"The prolonged ingestion of fluoride may cause significant damage to health and particularly to the nervous system," concludes a review of studies by researchers Valdez-Jimenez, et al. published in Neurologia, reports New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. (NYSCOF).
Being Grateful Through Imagery
September 29, 2011 | Consciousness |
Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer whose notable career spans more than three decades providing breathtaking imagery for feature films, television shows, documentaries and commercials. As a visual artist, Louie has created some of the most iconic and memorable film moments of our time.
Vaccinating Without Parental Knowledge Soon To Become The Norm Across The World
September 28, 2011 | Vaccines |
Health officials in the U.S, U.K, Canada, Australia and around the world are officially crossing into dangerous territory with parents when it comes to vaccinations. Not only are public health entities habitually and deliberately failing to inform the public of their right to refuse vaccines in both school and work settings, but they are working towards mandatory vaccination protocols which will allow officials to conduct childhood vaccinations without any parental consent at all.
Become Selective In The News You Expose Your Mind To
September 28, 2011 | Consciousness |
Negative news sells. In our society, more people will choose to watch the criminal trial of a celebrity rather than the biography of a truly great human being.
Exercise Eases Arthritis In Obese Even Without Weight Loss
September 28, 2011 | Fitness |
Adding another incentive to exercise, scientists at Duke University Medical Center have found that physical activity improves arthritis symptoms even among obese mice that continue to chow down on a high-fat diet.
Lessons Not Learned: More Than 60% of Americans Still Plan On Getting Flu Vaccine
September 27, 2011 | Vaccines |
After all the accessible information available to the U.S. population on the dangers of vaccines, new survey data shows the message may not be getting through to the majority of people. Nearly two-thirds of U.S. adults plan to be vaccinated against the flu this season.
Fruit Waste Is A Valuable and Affordable Source of Antioxidants
September 27, 2011 | Antioxidants |
Processing of fruits produces and vegetables produces two types of waste - a solid waste of peel/skin, seeds and a liquid waste of juice and washwaters. These waste by-products could be utilized as a good source of affordable antioxidants for advancing human health and preventing some chronic diseases, according to new research.
How Pressuring Children To Eat Backfires on Parents
September 27, 2011 | ChildHealth |
You can lead children to asparagus, but you can't make them eat it. A a new study suggests this is the reality for parents -- those who pressure their kids to eat vegetables produces youngsters who are more likely to be picky eaters later in life.
Uncensored Film Highlights Further Evidence That HIV Does Not Cause AIDS
September 26, 2011 | JunkScience |
International communities of scientists have been questioning the origin of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) for decades. Not only have they questioned the origin, but the shocking reality that HIV may not even be the cause of AIDS at all. Winner of a best documentary feature, House of Numbers rocks the foundation upon which all conventional wisdom regarding HIV/AIDS is based and how the story of this so-called "disease" is being rewritten.
Vasectomies Linked To Prostate Cancer and Chromosomal Abnormalities
September 26, 2011 | JunkHealthcare |
Men considering having a vasectomy, convinced by their doctors that there are no detrimental health effects, may want to think even more carefully about their decision. Two large studies reported recently add to earlier evidence that a vasectomy may increase a man's risk of developing prostate cancer. Moreover, vasectomies can cause chromosomal abnormalities in sperm itself.
6 Reasons To Have Sex Everyday
September 26, 2011 | Sex |
It's not called Sexual Healing for nothing. Sex can actually heal. It can heal your body and mind and prevent many diseases.
Organic Strawberries Are Still Grown With Millions of Pounds of Toxic Chemicals
September 23, 2011 | Toxins |
If you buy organic produce thinking you're bypassing the chemical-heavy industrial food system, think again. "Organic" strawberries that overflow from baskets at major groceries and local farmers' markets are not nearly as organic as they claim. Federal regulations that allow millions of pounds of toxic chemicals to be used to grow plants that eventually produce strawberries are being labeled as organic.
Are Scientists Digging A Bigger Hole For Us With BPA-Free Plastics?
September 23, 2011 | Toxins |
Concern over potentially harmful health effects from exposure to the estrogen-mimicking compound bisphenol A (BPA) initially leveled a spotlight on baby bottles, food cans and packaging. But that focus has left several other potentially important sources of estrogen mimics out of the spotlight including alternative replacements for BPA which could be just as deadly.
Education Is Not What We Learn In School, But The Gateway To The Art of Living
September 23, 2011 | Consciousness |
Education is not what it used to be. It is not years of memorizing useless facts and figures and regurgitating them on a piece of paper that gives you an education. Education is something that has a formative effect on the mind allowing you to grow and develop. We must learn to not dwell on the negative experiences many of us acquire from our conventional educational system and surpass these events to make room for true unconditional growth. This is education
No Wonder It's Criminalized: Marijuana Makes Tumors Shrink and Halts Their Growth
September 22, 2011 | GovernmentAbuse |
Ever wonder why a plant made from nature for all of us to enjoy is criminalized? Look no further than the wheels that turn government -- namely greed and corporate profits on behalf of big pharma. After all, why else would something natural be banned? In this case, because it helps prevent cancer. Researchers in Spain have discovered that a marijuana makes brain tumors shrink by halting the growth of blood vessels that supply the tumors with life.
Humour Therapy As Good As Antipsychotic Drugs
September 22, 2011 | Happiness |
It comes as no surprise to most that something we already possess within us is just as good (if not better) as something artificial to improve our health. A new study to be presented this week at the National Dementia Research Forum will show that humor is as effective as widely used antipsychotic drugs.
Why We Exaggerate Differences Between Ourselves and Those Who Are Not Like Us
September 22, 2011 | Lifestyle |
We would like to think that others have a tendency to agree with us. It's called "social projection," and it helps us validate our beliefs and ourselves. Researchers have found that we tend to think that people who are similar to us in one explicit way, for example religion or lifestyle, will act and believe as we do. Meanwhile, we exaggerate differences between ourselves and those who are explicitly unlike us.
Nanoparticles Widely Used In Personal Care Products Cause Brain Damage
September 21, 2011 | Toxins |
Scientists at the University of Plymouth have shown, for the first time that nanoparticles have a deadly effect on the brain and other parts of the central nervous system.
Soldiers Should Be Given Marijuana To Prevent Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
September 21, 2011 | MentalHealth |
If militaries around the world care at all about their soldiers, they should pay close attention to new research which shows Marijuana administered in a timely fashion could block the development of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms.
Walnuts Boost Inferential Reasoning
September 21, 2011 | MentalHealth |
Walnuts are good for reasoning, researchers have reasoned.
Focusing on Health Instead of Disease Would Save Trillions Worldwide And Spare Millions of Lives
September 20, 2011 | Prevention |
Millions of deaths from chronic disease and over 30% of those from the world's biggest killer, cardiovascular disease, could be prevented if developing nations started focusing on health promotion rather than disease promotion, the latter which is so prevalent on behalf of greedy corporate behemoths. Implementing systems which focus on health and disease prevention would dramatically reduce mortality rates at a fraction of the cost it takes to maintain current treatment models. The problem is, the United States, the European Union and Canada all oppose it.
Why Do Some Brains Cave To Cravings
September 20, 2011 | Dieting |
Accepting food cravings and keeping them in check is an important component of weight management. For normal-weight people, an empty tummy triggers the brain to tell the body to get some food. When the tummy gets filled, the tummy gets happy; and that's the end of that for about five hours or more. Some obese people, however, find themselves eating again only an hour or so after a meal. Now scientists think they know why.
Understanding What Yoga Truly Is
September 20, 2011 | Consciousness |
In respect of understanding what is yoga, people make two common mistakes. Most people think that yoga means only physical postures. Today millions pack fitness studios seeking the mind-body benefits of yoga, including increased flexibility, strength, balance and muscle tone. But it's much more than just a workout
High Arsenic Levels Being Found in Apple Juice
September 19, 2011 | Toxins |
A shocking investigation has revealed that some of the best known brands of apple juice contain arsenic.
Natural Foods Prevail: Olive Oil and Nuts More Effective Than Drugs
September 19, 2011 | Prevention |
Early results from a Spanish cohort study featuring 7500 people with heart disease risk have found Mediterranean diets high in virgin olive oil (VOO) and nuts are more effective in reducing heart disease event likelihood than drug treatments.
Low-Fat Dairy The Healthier Choice? Not During Pregnancy
September 19, 2011 | Allergies |
Although many have focused on the benefits of low-fat dairy, eating it while pregnant can increase the risk of your child developing asthma and allergic rhinitis (hay fever), according to recent findings.
Secrets To Keeping You Full: Why These 12 Foods Work
September 16, 2011 | YourWeight |
Daily consumption of soluble fiber and protein may help you feel full for longer periods and lead to measurable weight loss. These foods are all you need to make a huge difference in your fullness factor throughout your day.
A Natural Pain Killer More Effective Than Morphine
September 16, 2011 | Alternative |
Millions live with chronic pain, while millions more suffer bouts with acute pain due to injuries or surgery. Opium-based painkillers, such as morphine and oxycodone have been around for decades. These are the same painkillers used for decades. When it comes to painkillers, we’ve learned very little about what they actually do to the body.
Everything Is Linked To The Rotation of Earth, Day and Night Cycles
September 15, 2011 | HumanBody |
Researchers at USC were surprised recently to discover just how much the rising and setting of the sun drives life on Earth - even in unexpected places.
Understanding The Link Between Sound Vibrations and Soul Groupings
September 15, 2011 | Consciousness |
If there is one ultimate reality, it is that we are simply sound vibrations creating consciousness.
More Women Putting Off Starting A Family For Fear of Change In Looks, Career and Lifestyle
September 15, 2011 | Lifestyle |
A generation of young women have been put off starting a family because it will damage their lifestyle, career and looks, a survey shows. However a new study showed that women who delay having a child until their late 30s can't necessarily rely on artificial techniques to help them become pregnant.
It's Time To Reclaim Dominion and The Creation of Universal Moral Rules
September 14, 2011 | Consciousness |
The Holy Science, the ancient science based on the workings of the solar system, which is the science of, 'as above so below', enables one to develop wisdom and enlightenment far beyond what this world has on offer. Santos Bonacci's work clarifies fictions related to Law, Religion and Science.
Maple Syrup Boosts The Health of One of The Most Important Organs In The Body
September 14, 2011 | Antioxidants |
Recent research has discovered 34 new beneficial compounds in pure maple syrup and confirmed that 20 compounds discovered last year in preliminary research play a key role in human health. New research conducted at the University of Tokyo suggests that pure maple syrup may promote a healthy liver.
Taking Painkillers Like Aspirin and Ibuprofen Triples Your Risk of Kidney Cancer
September 14, 2011 | Drugs |
Recent research has linked pain killers like aspirin, acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to hearing loss. New findings suggests people on such drugs are also tripling their risk of kidney cancer, say scientists.
Genetically Modified Organisms Are Being Designed As Living Pesticides With Autocidal Genes
September 13, 2011 | GMO |
In the urban jungle of Juazeiro in Brazil, an army is being unleashed. It is an army like no other: the soldiers' mission is to copulate rather than fight. But they are harbingers of death, not love. Their children appear healthy at first but die just before they reach adulthood, struck down by the killer genes their fathers passed on to them.
Why Mostly Ineffective Drugs With Side Effects Are Approved
September 13, 2011 | BigPharma |
Many adults believe that only extremely effective drugs without serious adverse effects are approved, but providing explanations to patients highlighting uncertainties about drug benefits may affect their choices, according to a report in the September issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. The article is part of the journal's Less Is More series.
Be What You Want To Be
September 13, 2011 | Consciousness |
What does freedom mean to you? Does it mean the right to do anything you want, or does it go deeper than that? True freedom is that which takes you beyond boundaries you are normally accustomed to.
Pesticides Directly Correlated With Increased ADHD Cases in Children
September 12, 2011 | Toxins |
Levels of pesticides commonly encountered across the country in food as well as around the home are significantly increasing children's risk of developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and could be causing an increase in the number of children living with the condition, according to new research published in the journal Pediatrics.
How Birth Control Affects A Woman's Memory
September 12, 2011 | Toxins |
Women who use contraceptives like birth control pills experience memory changes, according to new UC Irvine research. Their ability to remember and retain details is dramatically reduced.
The Most Powerful Emotion To Awaken The Masses
September 11, 2011 | Consciousness |
When we focus on some horrific past event, we only bring forth the energy associated with what created it, allowing it to continue its cycle and drain our power. When we see the event for what it is, and its purpose in the grand scheme of this game, then and only then will we move past it. Stop living in fear...stop being a victim and start regaining your power.
Solar Flares Are Getting Stronger and Longer As We Approach 11.11.11
September 9, 2011 | Consciousness |
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, has provided scientists new information about solar flares indicating an increase in strength and longevity that is more than previously thought.
Greece Revolutionizing and Decriminalizing Drug Use
September 9, 2011 | Drugs |
The Greek government made the first big step regarding decriminalization of drug use. Justice Minister Miltiadis Papaioannou presented to the Greek Parliament the basic ideas of a new law concerning drugs. He announced that, for the first time, drug use will be fully decriminalized in Greece, on the condition that the drugs used harm only the behavior and the condition of the user. However, the Minister noted, the possession and supply of drugs and cultivating of cannabis remain punishable actions.
Your Brain Remembers How An Object Feels Just By Looking At It
September 9, 2011 | Memory |
Shakespeare famously referred to "the mind's eye," but scientists at USC now also have identified a "mind's touch."
The Psyche-Genetic Theory: Union of Soul and Body
September 8, 2011 | Consciousness |
Metaphysics is intrinsically fused with physics. This intangible emanation of conscious awareness is universally present. It is the motivating attribute that drives all atomic associations towards individualized expressions of creative genius. Psyche-Genetics focuses on the intimate connection, between the individual and the social structure that supports personal growth.
Hypertensive? Potatoes Will Reduce Your Blood Pressure
September 8, 2011 | Prevention |
The potato's stereotype as a fattening food for health-conscious folks to avoid is getting another revision as scientists report that just a couple servings of spuds a day reduces blood pressure almost as much as oatmeal without causing weight gain. Scientists reported on the research, done on a group of overweight people with high blood pressure, at the 242nd National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
How Green Is Your Valley?
September 8, 2011 | Consciousness |
Looking forward rather than looking backwards, we find that maturity consists in focusing on the positive aspects of our lives and then dealing with the negative aspects in an effective manner.
50 Reasons Not To Get a Boob Job
September 7, 2011 | HumanBody |
Earlier this year the FDA reported that breast implants put women's lives in danger. The big news recently is that a small number of women can get a very rare type of cancer (ALCL: anaplastic large cell lymphoma). It confirmed that death is a possible side effect of breast implants. But very few people talk about the other more frequent, more common and very real dangers and problems that go along with breast implants. Here are 50 of them.
Could Computer Tailored Nutrition Education Be The Key To Changing Diet Behavior?
September 7, 2011 | Dieting |
As lifestyles get busier and waistlines get bigger; many people are turning to online nutrition programs. In promotion of healthful nutrition behaviors, computer-tailored nutrition education has been identified as a promising health education strategy.
Why Are Men's Ring Fingers Longer Than Their Index Fingers?
September 7, 2011 | HumanBody |
Biologists at the University of Florida have found a reason why men's ring fingers are generally longer than their index fingers -- and why the reverse usually holds true for women.
Pea Protein Lowers Blood Pressure
September 6, 2011 | Nutrition |
Proteins isolated from peas and available in many retail protein powders, may reduce blood pressure says a new study from Canada that adds to the cardiovascular benefits of the proteins.
Tired, Anxious, Frequent Infections? You Could Be Low In These Vital Nutrients
September 6, 2011 | Nutrition |
Despite following all the healthy eating advice about getting your five a day, experts suggest many of us lack the vitamins and minerals essential for keeping us fighting fit.
Almost Half of Recreational Runners Drink Too Much Water
September 6, 2011 | Water |
Nearly half of recreational runners may be drinking too much fluid during races, according to a survey of runners by Loyola University Health System researchers.
Here's How to Bounce Out of Bed And Avoid The Snooze Button
September 2, 2011 | Sleep |
We all need a little help to wake up in the morning -- for some it's the offensive 'bleep bleep' of an alarm clock, for others a mug of black coffee. It is estimated that more than 60 percent of people need between 15 minutes and an hour after waking before they feel human.
How Exercise Impacts Stem Cell Biology, Makes Bones Instead of Fat
September 2, 2011 | Fitness |
McMaster researchers have found one more reason to exercise: working out triggers influential stem cells to become bone instead of fat, improving overall health by boosting the body's capacity to make blood.
Marshmallow Test Points to Biological Basis for Delayed Gratification
September 2, 2011 | MentalHealth |
A landmark study in the late 1960s and early 1970s used marshmallows and cookies to assess the ability of preschool children to delay gratification. If they held off on the temptation to eat a treat, they were rewarded with more treats later. Some of the children resisted, others didn't.
What Percentage of the Population Drinks Daily Soda and Sweetened Beverages?
September 1, 2011 | Nutrition |
Approximately 50% of Americans drink a soda or sugary beverage each day -- and some are downing a lot. One in 20 people drinks the equivalent of more than four cans of soda each day, even though health officials say sweetened beverages should be limited to less than half a can.
Chaos is a Necessary State of Preparation For The New World and Unity Consciousness
September 1, 2011 | Consciousness |
Does the world appear to be getting more chaotic by the day? Between increased political chaos, ever expanding wars, never ending toxic food production, global natural disasters and invasive government entities, there is little doubt that we are in a period of great distress where the sanity of the human species is being challenged daily. However, all the instability is a necessary component in the development and evolution of unity consciousness, where just moments before our egos take a turn for the worse, we will manifest our true purpose on this planet. Be spiritually prepared for what is about to happen.
Vitamin D from Natural Sources, Not Supplements, Prevents Depression
September 1, 2011 | Sunlight |
Increased intakes of vitamin D from foods but not supplements are associated with reduced prevalence of depression for postmenopausal women, says a new study.