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Controlling Temptations May Be As Easy As Pie With This One Trick
January 31, 2012 | Lifestyle | 
Controlling our temptations is one of the hardest parts of life. Many temptations surround us wherever we go because we attract them. Resisting temptation may be as simple as delaying it. Promising yourself a temptation at a nebulous later date can actually decrease the amount of your ultimate consumption of that temptation.


Your True Element Can Only Be Realized When You Understand That You Are Everybody Else
January 31, 2012 | Consciousness | 
When you look in someone's eyes and look deep enough, what do you see? Eventually, you will see your own reflection. How can you ever dislike that person now that he or she is you? Because the breath that you exhale is what that person inhales; the breath that person exhales, you inhale. You are sharing the air and the earth; you are sharing the space with people but to share everything properly, you need to be in your true element. And your true element can be realized when you understand that you don't exist alone.


Music Training Has A Direct Biological Impact On How You Age
January 31, 2012 | Sound | 
Music, the universal language of mood, emotion and desire, connects with us through a wide variety of neural systems. Age-related delays in neural timing are not inevitable and can be avoided or offset with musical training, according to a new study from Northwestern University. The study is the first to provide biological evidence that lifelong musical experience has an impact on the aging process.


Does One-Third of The Human Race Have To Die To Have a Sustainable Earth?
January 30, 2012 | JunkScience | 
According to a satirical piece from The Onion news source, the answer is yes. However, satire aside, depopulation agendas are a serious matter that many top government officials and scientists believe in for fear of depletion of earth's resources. Unfortunately, those that endorse these concepts no very little about sustainability, homeostatic regulation and earth cycles. The fact is, man-made depopulation of the earth is a ridiculous concept since Mother Nature knows exactly what to do with the planet and its inhabitants to maintain balance.


Your Perception About Your Illness Is What Makes The Difference In The Outcome
January 30, 2012 | Lifestyle | 
There are many different factors that come together to influence the course of our illness. We typically assume that additional medical conditions, stress, and social support all have an impact on our health and well-being, especially when we are ill. But a new report suggests that what you think about your illness may matter more than any other factor in determining your health outcomes.


The Most Accurate and Reliable Measurement of Your Vitamin D Status
January 30, 2012 | Sunlight | 
Vitamin D is one of the most powerful healing chemicals in your body with the ability to prevent hundreds of diseases. One of the most important determinants of your vitamin D status is how you supplement and assess your optimum levels. Researchers have unveiled the development of a revolutionary reference methodology that promises to assure more accurate and reliable measurements of vitamin D status.


Grape Seed Extract Targets and Kills Cancer Cells and Leaves Healthy Cells Unharmed
January 28, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
A study published this week in the journal Carcinogenesis shows that grape seed extract (GSE) kills squamous cell carcinoma cells, while leaving healthy cells unharmed.


Cannabinoids Are So Powerful That The U.S. Government Patented Them
January 28, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
In 2003, the U.S. Government as represented by the Department of Health and Human Services filed for, and was awarded a patent on cannabinoids. The reason? Because research into cannabinoids allowed pharmaceutical companies to acquire practical knowledge on one of the most powerful antioxidants and neuroprotectants known to the natural world.


Changing the Educational Paradigms
January 28, 2012 | ChildHealth | 
Conventional educational systems worldwide can no longer address the needs of our current generation's children. Most educational systems are designed towards and require that everyone regurgitate the same information. Instead of actually empowering students, it's easier for school boards and teachers to throw tests at students and then determine who regurgitated the information best. What today's students need are focused programs to build social, emotional and character skills to improve overall quality of education.


Google Knows More About Your Health and Desires Than Your Own Partner
January 27, 2012 | GovernmentAbuse | 
The company that wants to surveil your every move on the internet and beyond, has just brought its technology to a new area: they want to link user data across its email, video, social-networking and other services. Critics are slamming the online behemoth charging that if allowed to proceed, Google will know more about your health, body, relationships and desires more than your own partner.


Law of Attraction: Thinking Is Not Enough To Turn Your Thoughts Into Reality
January 27, 2012 | Consciousness | 
Thoughts can turn into reality faster than you realize. But it takes more than just thoughts to make your biggest dreams come true. If you don't truly feel your intention, it may never come to pass.


British Medical Journal Reveals That Academics Admit Data Falsification
January 27, 2012 | JunkJournalism | 
Just days after the nutrition science world was rocked by allegations that a famed veteran resveratrol researcher fabricated data in 26 articles over seven years, a British Medical Journal survey reveals the practice is disturbingly widespread.


Urgent Inquiry Needed: Manufacture of Nano- Materials Is Ravaging Our Environment and Health
January 26, 2012 | Nanotechnology | 
Engineers have warned us for decades but regulators didn't listen. Now urgent research is needed into the risks associated with the growing field of nanotechnology manufacture which is proving to be so deadly to our environment and health that any benefits may be easily outweighed by the risks to the environment and all life.


What Is The Price Of Your Values, Morals and Soul?
January 26, 2012 | Consciousness | 
What decides whether you will sell out your personal values to the highest bidder? It can be reasonably suggested that there would be no corruption in the world if people refused to sacrifice their value systems for monetary compensation. So why does it happen?


How To Expose Food Adulteration In Less Than 5 Minutes
January 26, 2012 | Toxins | 
Official systems set for food safety and prevention are constantly outdone by a hidden and booming food adulteration business. The onus of safeguarding one's family against contaminated food, unfortunately falls on citizens themselves. Here are some quick do-it-yourself tricks to expose some common adulteration techniques used by the food industry.


The 7 Biggest Reasons To Never Eat Genetically Modified Foods
January 25, 2012 | GMO | 
You may not want to eat genetically modified (GM) foods, but chances are, you are eating them anyway. There are urgent reasons why we need to ban them altogether.


Canadians Are Coming To Accept That It's Time To Legalize Marijuana
January 25, 2012 | GovernmentAbuse | 
The Netherlands became the world's first country to make cannabis available to treat cancer, HIV and multiple sclerosis patients. Now a new poll suggests Canada is also reaching the tipping point as a 66 percent majority favours legalizing marijuana.


What South America Has Always Known: Mate Tea Kills Cancer
January 25, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
It's a traditional South American infused drink that is the daily beverage of choice for millions of people at social settings, such as family gatherings or with friends. According to a University of Illinois study, it's also a cancer killer. Scientists showed that human colon cancer cells die when they are exposed to the approximate number of bioactive compounds present in one cup of this brew.


Current Solar Activity Is Only The Beginning of a New Wave of Energy Hitting Earth
January 24, 2012 | Consciousness | 
As predicted last year, the beginning of 2012 has seen additional waves of solar activity which are continuing to activate human energy fields. In the last three days alone, two very intense M-class solar flares have been earth directed causing geomagnetic storms strong enough to cause disruptions with electronic devices and our nervous system. But there is much more to why we are receiving solar protons at this time.


Do Women Feel Pain More Intensely Than Men?
January 24, 2012 | HumanBody | 
Researchers have long debated that men and women use separate mechanisms in the brain to achieve pain relief. The reality of who can really stand more pain has been one of the more interesting battles of the sexes, spanning generations. According to Stanford University School of Medicine investigators, women report more intense pain than men in virtually every disease category.


Nurturing Mothers Raise Children Who Turn Into Physically Healthier Adults
January 24, 2012 | ChildHealth | 
Nurturing mothers have garnered accolades for rescuing skinned knees on the playground and coaxing their children to sleep with lullabies. Now they're gaining merit for their offspring's physical health in middle age.


Replace Traditonal Flours With Amaranth, Millet and Buckwheat To Control Blood Glucose
January 23, 2012 | Nutrition | 
Conventional cereals are filled with soy and wheat which have been largely modified from their ancient and original forms. Consequently, the digestibility for many cereals is poor and health consequences are detrimental. Using amaranth, millet or buckwheat flour to replace traditional flours can lower the glycemic response in breakfast cereals spelling new opportunities for manufacturers, according to a study.


Can You Have a Thought Without Being The Thinker?
January 23, 2012 | Consciousness | 
Anxieties, hurts and negative patterns of thought arise from clinging to a fixed self or identity, which, by its very nature, is fluid and impermanent. Strong attachment to a sense of ego and identity has to be diminished, even overcome completely, because there is no cohesive self and this attachment itself leads to psychological problems.


Natural and Powerful Curry Derivative Protects Against Multiple Cancers
January 23, 2012 | Prevention | 
While plant-based formulations have been used to treat cancer for centuries, current treatments usually involve poisonous mustard gas, chemotherapy, radiation, and targeted conventional therapies which negatively affect a patient's long-term health. While traditional plant-derived medicines are safe, what are the active principles in them and how do they mediate their effects against cancer is perhaps best illustrated by curcumin, a derivative of turmeric used for centuries to treat a wide variety of inflammatory conditions.


For Thousands of Years, Cultures Have Revered The Health Benefits of Mushrooms: So What Happened?
January 20, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
We've become a species that has chosen to forget so much about health. We can whine and complain all we want about how governments and corporations have helped us cater to that mentality, but ultimately we have only ourselves to blame. Mushrooms have long been celebrated as a source of powerful nutrients, having the antioxidant and amino acid profile of some of the healthiest foods, yet we largely ignore this amazing food in the produce aisle. When it comes to health, the almighty mushroom is indeed something to worship.


Do Marriage And Just Living Together Provide The Same Health Benefits?
January 20, 2012 | Lifestyle | 
We've heard married people are happier, but that might not be a reason to rush to the altar, according to a new study.


The Threat of Indoor Air Quality Comes From What You Buy
January 20, 2012 | Pollution | 
We spend 90 percent of their time indoors, but have you ever thought about the purity of the air that you are breathing as you sit inside your home, office or even a restaurant?


Alarm Clocks Soon To Wirelessly Monitor And Control Brain Waves
January 19, 2012 | Sleep | 
Another health hazard may soon be in your local department store. Alarm clocks which monitor and even control brain activity are currently being perfected by biomedical engineers. The worst part is that they'll be marketed to unsuspecting consumers as the latest and greatest technology that will allow your alarm clock to wake you up based on your most arousable stage of sleep.


Tight on Space? Growing an Indoor Garden May Be Much Easier Than You Think
January 19, 2012 | Sustainability | 
These days, with a growing interest in organic produce worldwide, the demand is greater than ever for high quality home grown produce. But raising a garden does not have to be difficult. Space-intensive growing systems are a great concept, but they're so expensive! Who can afford to buy strawberry towers or special planters? Easiest Garden offers a way to do this for pennies by yourself with recycled barrels.


Stopping Female Feticide Requires Action
January 19, 2012 | ChildHealth | 
Canada should prohibit disclosure of the sex of a fetus until after 30 weeks of pregnancy to combat female feticide which is practiced by some ethnic groups in Canada and the United States, states an editorial in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).


Fluoride Linked To Leading Cause of Death: What's In Your Water?
January 18, 2012 | Toxins | 
Depending on the country, cardiovascular disease is typically either the number one or two cause of death. A new study published in Nuclear Medicine Communications Journal has concluded that increased uptake of fluoride in arteries may be associated with an increased cardiovascular risk. Fluoride also happens to be in the drinking water of 170 million Americans.


Natural Ways to Prevent and Reverse Autoimmune Illness
January 18, 2012 | Healing | 
Think of your digestive tract as your first physical line of defense against autoimmune illness, or any degenerative illness for that matter.


Polio Vaccinations Are Now The Number One Cause of Polio Paralysis
January 18, 2012 | Vaccines | 
Polio has been painted as some natural scourge of humanity. Yet, epidemics and outbreaks of polio in Europe go back to only less than 100 years. Outbreaks of polio after 1950 were demonstrably caused by intensified diphtheria and whooping cough vaccination, tonsillectomies, other injections (painkillers) and a variety of traumas. There is now evidence that polio paralysis has also been a very common yet discreetly hidden side effect associated with polio vaccines.


Look Up: The New Age of Inoculation Is Aerial Vaccines and Nano Delivery Systems
January 17, 2012 | Vaccines | 
As the masses enjoy a steady awakening regarding the dangers and fraud that are vaccinations, the use of aerial vaccines and nano delivery systems are now being utilized and fully implemented by governments with little regard or consequence to human health.


The Way We Perceive Life
January 17, 2012 | Consciousness | 
To make a living in this material, competitive world an individual tries to perceive life and relate to it through his ego personality that is fed by vanity. Here he might be satisfying the ego in a positive or negative way depending on the situation. He feels the need to be appreciated by others, in order to feel triumphant or superior. This is how the ego gets inflated. Once attached to his ego personality, he strives to cling to it.


Chlorophyll Can Prevent Cancer
January 17, 2012 | Prevention | 
A recent study at Oregon State University found that the chlorophyll in green vegetables offers protection against cancer when tested against the modest carcinogen exposure levels most likely to be found in the environment.


Modern Wheat Really Isn't Wheat At All
January 16, 2012 | GMO | 
Gluten intolerance is no longer a fringe medical concept. Researchers are fully aware there is a very big problem with modern wheat cultivation. Wheat is far from being a health food. It makes you fat, causes gas and makes your intestinal tract your enemy, or rather vice-versa. High-yielding and now genetically modified varieties of wheat are making this one cereal grain you'll probably want to axe from your food list.


Study Shows 32 Million Americans Now Have Antibodies That Target Their Own Tissues
January 16, 2012 | Toxins | 
More than 32 million people in the United States and millions more around the world now have autoantibodies, which are made by the immune system and target the body's tissues, defining a condition known as autoimmunity, a study shows. The cause is no surprise.


How You Imagine Others Says A Lot About You!
January 16, 2012 | Lifestyle | 
If you come up with an imaginary co-worker, what would he or she be like? Do you imagine someone who is positive, confident, and resourceful? Who rises to the occasion in times of trouble? If so, then chances are that you also display those traits in your own life, a new study finds.


What We Can Learn From Dietary Anthropology
January 13, 2012 | Nutrition | 
Dr. Weston A. Price was a prominent dentist known primarily for his theories on the relationship between nutrition, dental health, and physical health. Although controversial, we can learn many things from his work and research including never to ignore what your ancestors ate.


Contrary To What We See in Headlines, English Is Strongly Biased Towards Positivity
January 13, 2012 | Happiness | 
Most news is bad news and the worst news gets the big story on the front page. Negative news sells. In our society, more people will choose to read about a criminal trial of a celebrity rather than the biography of a truly great human being.


Broccoli and Blueberries Improve Digestive and Bowel Health
January 13, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
Adding blueberries or broccoli to the diet may shift the balance of bacteria colonizing the gut, and improve inflammation associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), suggests new data from a mouse study.


We Are Becoming Self-Illuminated
January 12, 2012 | Consciousness | 
We are all capable of becoming something more through consciousness. Think of the most reputable figure, whether it be in the secular or non-secular world...you are more than capable of his or her accomplishments. Throughout human history, individuals and groups with awakening consciousnesses have been striving to break the code of the unconscious, to gain access to the locked programs of their unconscious minds and revise them, in other words -- to take conscious control of their psychospiritual evolution.


Large Scale Study Shows Marijuana Does Not Harm Your Lungs Like Tobacco
January 12, 2012 | Herbs | 
A large-scale national study suggests that even moderate use of marijuana is less harmful to users' lungs than exposure to tobacco, even though the two substances contain at least some of the same components.


Why Are Older People Happier?
January 12, 2012 | Happiness | 
Older people tend to be happier. But why? Some psychologists believe that cognitive processes are responsible -- in particular, focusing on and remembering positive events and leaving behind negative ones; those processes, they think, help older people regulate their emotions, letting them view life in a sunnier light. "There is a lot of good theory about this age difference in happiness," says psychologist Derek M. Isaacowitz of Northeastern University, "but much of the research does not provide direct evidence" of the links between such phenomena and actual happiness.


Exposed: 85 Percent of Major Brands of Chewing Gum Still Contain Aspartame and Sucralose
January 11, 2012 | JunkFood | 
If you are still purchasing chewing gum from conventional manufacturers, STOP TODAY! Don't buy another pack or even chew another piece until you read this report. The following is a comprehensive list of major brands to avoid due to their toxic formulations containing the two very deadly sweeteners aspartame and sucralose.


The Feeling of Being in Total Control While Making a Decision is an Illusion
January 11, 2012 | Consciousness | 
From the moment we begin the day right until we retire, we are constantly faced with the formidable task of making choices. The choice we make is sometimes influenced by instant gratification; at other times by a sense of responsibility but quite often it's nothing more than mere adherence to a routine.


New Research Reveals Mechanism Between Mother's Diet and Diabetes
January 11, 2012 | Pregnancy | 
Mothers who consume a poor diet through pregnancy risk leaving their children less able to store fats correctly in later life, leading to a higher risk of diabetes, according to new research in rats.


Chemo Therapy or Poison? Shouldn't Cancer Treatment Kill Cancer Without Killing You?
January 10, 2012 | JunkHealthcare | 
Why do so many people still rely on a cancer treatment which spreads poison throughout their body killing everything in its path? Do people regularly use shotguns to kill flies? The use of chemotherapy is no different. It destroys virtually all cells and systems before getting to the actual cancer. This means your central nervous system, organ systems and your immune system (to name just a few) are all compromised even years after the treatment has subsided. Forget about cancer killing you because chemotherapy will do a much better job in the long term.


Excuse Me, Did You Know That Donut Causes Brain Damage?
January 10, 2012 | JunkFood | 
That may be the next topic of conversation at your local coffee shop. Not only does junk food such as donuts, cookies and other trans fatty foods rot your teeth and add inches to your curves, but now researchers have discovered that it also hurts your brain.


Music Therapy For Reducing Pain and Anxiety
January 10, 2012 | Sound | 
Music isn't only for entertainment. It is an art form whose medium is sound and silence and whose power is endless. A new study reported in The Journal of Pain concludes that listening to music can be effective for reducing pain and high-anxiety.


Krill Oil is Almost 50 Times More Potent Than Fish Oil
January 9, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
Recent studies suggest krill oil may boost heart function as well as reduce inflammation and arthritis pain. Moreover, the oil from one of the most successful species on earth as almost 50 times more potent than fish oil.


A Higher Conscious Conversation
January 9, 2012 | Consciousness | 
Interestingly enough, a video segment released from the film "My Dinner With Andre" in 1981, shows a conversation with an incredible amount of foresight and parallels to what we are experiencing in current day with mass consciousness. "There will be these pockets of light springing up in different part of the world."


Big Tobacco Misrepresented Dangers From Cigarettes, Same For Big Pharma With Vaccines
January 9, 2012 | Vaccines | 
A new UCSF analysis of tobacco industry documents shows that Philip Morris USA manipulated data on the effects of additives in cigarettes, including menthol, obscuring actual toxicity levels and increasing the risk of heart, cancer and other diseases for smokers.


Exercise Can Increase or Decrease Your Chances of Catching a Cold: Intensity is Key
January 6, 2012 | Prevention | 
What if there was a way to ward off the misery of a cold? What if it had nothing to do with diet or supplements? Depending on different levels of exercise, your chances of getting the sniffles can significantly increase or decrease says Professor Mike Gleeson from Loughborough University.


We Are Meant To Love People, Not Things
January 6, 2012 | Consciousness | 
A major life lesson that takes many people a whole lifetime to learn is that the passion felt for material things and material wealth will never equate to how special loving someone and being loved by someone can make you feel. Someone who tries to fill a void in their heart by accruing more and more material items will never be as satisfied as someone who is willing to try to fill a void in their heart with loving others and being loved genuinely by others. Things like wisdom and knowledge are entities in the same as love, non-material wealth.


Contrary To What Many Studies Suggest, Marijuana Use Does Not Lead to Mental Decline
January 6, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
Cannabis is one of the most powerful healing plants on the planet. Dozens of studies have made pseudoscientific attempts to indicate that young people who use cannabis tend to experience psychological, social problems and mental decline. However, there is no evidence that marijuana use is directly linked with such problems, according to the results of a study published in The Lancet.


Are Guavas The Ultimate Super Food?
January 5, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
A new study has found that guavas are the 'ultimate superfood' with the highest concentration of antioxidants that protect against cell damage which ages skin and can cause cancer.


4D Consciousness Is Now Our Playground and the Realm of Ideas and Imagination
January 5, 2012 | Consciousness | 
The fourth dimension is now our arena. When asked to give a simple definition of this dimension, Edgar Cayce answered with a single word: "idea." Quite independently, the psychiatrist Carl Jung provided exactly the same, single word definition. The fourth dimension is the realm of ideas, the world of the imagination where we can make anything happen. It's a big world, infinite; certainly big enough for one to get lost within it unless you know the secret of navigation.


Why Many of Us Can't Lose Weight: We Are Less Metabolically Efficient Today Than Ever
January 5, 2012 | YourWeight | 
A metabolic shift has taken place in the last few decades and it has resulted in a surge of overweight and obese populations around the world. Overall calories, the types of foods we eat, decreased expenditure and an loss of self-integrity are the biggest contributors to plus-sized cultures. Due the nature of our metabolic inefficiency, more people than ever before have tremendous challenges in losing weight and keeping it off.


Kiwi Fruits Reduce Sore Throats By Over 60 Percent and Head Congestion By 80 Percent
January 4, 2012 | Antioxidants | 
Eating a couple of gold kiwifruit every day may reduce the severity of symptoms of the common cold, says new data from New Zealand.


Let Us Never Forget The Deception That Is Man-Made Global Warming
January 4, 2012 | ClimateChange | 
Now that it is a verifiable fact that the earth is on the brink of entering another Ice Age, let us not forget the worldwide deception of global warming whose intention was always to impose carbon and environmental tax credits and a grand illusion designed to siphon more money into those who already hold most of the world's wealth.


Does Sexual Satisfaction Increase For Women As They Age?
January 4, 2012 | Sex | 
A new study of sexually active older women has found that sexual satisfaction in women increases with age and those not engaging in sex are satisfied with their sex lives. A majority of study participants report frequent arousal and orgasm that continue into old age, despite low sexual desire. The study appears in the January issue of the American Journal of Medicine.


7 Low-Calorie Snacks For Your Health, Weight and Cravings
January 3, 2012 | YourWeight | 
Hungry? Dieting? Or are you simply trying to find foods that are low in calories and keep you full? The following 7 low calorie snacks are heavy on the stomach but low in fat. The ones that fall low on the glycemic index are said to stave off hunger for longer periods of time. Most all, they'll help you keep the pound off.


Waiting, Watching and Living The Questions
January 3, 2012 | Consciousness | 
One of the most beautiful aspects of human nature is our ability to wait for something. We are always waiting for something or other. Waiting, however, is not to be seen as a distasteful activity; you must know how to wait.


Osteoporosis Rates To Skyrocket Almost 30 Percent in Europe By 2025
January 3, 2012 | Diseases | 
The healthcare costs of rising European osteoporosis rates will reach 38.5bn Euros by 2025 from 30.7bn Euros in 2010, according to a study that reflected on the problem of an increasingly aged population.


Two Female MDs Speak Out Against Vaccines And The Myth That Is Vaccine Safety
January 2, 2012 | Vaccines | 
Whoever invented the term, or rather the misnomer "vaccine safety," must have only had one thing in mind--sell more vaccines. Logically, "vaccine safety" makes as much sense as a person crossing the street without looking both ways. In two separate and recent video discussions on Gary Null TV, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny and Dr. Nancy Banks both speak out against vaccines with brilliant clarity and eloquence.


Now Is The Time To Pay Attention To Who You Are and Where You Are Going
January 2, 2012 | Consciousness | 
We have finally crossed into 2012, a year so hyped with prophecy, we cannot help but feel a sense of great energy as we transit into what promises to be a year of continued transformations on all levels (personal, transpersonal, cultural, social, global, etc.). As we now accelerate towards 12-12-12, there are just over 11 months ahead leading to a tremendous opportunity for us all to understand the nature of who we really are and what we are capable of achieving on this planet.


Why Downing Glasses of Water Between Meals Is a Bad Idea
January 2, 2012 | Water | 
Glugging water during meals severely hampers your stomach's digestive powers and causes insulin levels to fluctuate significantly, warns Microboitic counsellor Shonali Sabherwal.



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