How social media affect mental-health in girls?

When used to harm others anything can do it, including social media. A knife in the hand of a surgeon can save a life, and in the hands of a criminal can kill. Social media posts used to harm others may impact everyone's mental-health, especially teen girls. Instagram says it's looking at new ways to discourage users from focusing on their physical...
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How to treat skin rashes?

A skin rash, also called dermatitis, is an area of irritated or swollen skin. Many rashes are itchy, red, painful, and irritated. Some rashes can also lead to blisters or patches of raw skin. Rashes are a symptom of many different medical problems. Other causes include irritating substances and allergies. Certain genes can make people more likely t...
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Why conspiracy theories?

Why do we have a relatively small number of people relying on conspiracy theories? My short answer is fear, which in turn triggers insecurity and a self-centred behavior. According to Wiki, a conspiracy theory is an explanation for an event or situation that invokes a conspiracy by sinister and powerful groups, often political in motivation, when o...
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How warts work and why we'd care

Warts and verruca  are typically small and hard growths that are similar in color to the rest of the skin. They typically do not result in other symptoms, except when on the bottom of the feet, where they may be painful. While they usually occur on the hands and feet, they can also affect other locations. Warts usually do not cause any harm, b...
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How moles work and why we'd care

Moles are small, colored spots on the skin. Most people have them and they're usually nothing to worry about unless they change size, shape or color. It's normal for: babies to be born with moles new moles to appear – especially in children and teenagers moles to fade or disappear as you get older moles to get slightly darker during pregnancy moles...
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Why Faster is a myth?

​ In today's culture we run like hamsters in their wheel. Sure, we're proud our our success, we invented so many things and discovered so many others. But is it really good to go faster ? In the market everything seems aligned to this concept. We get a pill, so our headache can go away quickly, then we do Yoga 1hr twice in a week, because that's go...
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How bad can fake news impact our lives?

Quite a lot. A fake news is false or misleading information presented as news. It often has the aim of damaging the reputation of a person or entity, or making money. [3] Fake news thrive in ambiguity and partial truths , and are a powerful way to manipulate public opinion. For example, casein (a milk's protein) increases hepatic IGF-1 synthesis wh...
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What are 10 misconceptions about cancer?

1.Hyperbaric oxygen treat cancer Oxygen is one of life's essential ingredients. "Every cell in our body requires oxygen to survive," says Wissam Jaber, MD, Director of Interventional Pulmonary Medicine at our Phoenix hospital. "We are built to consume oxygen." Cancer cells' relationship with oxygen is a bit more complicated, and that realization ha...
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What is a Life Coach and why we'd care?

Life coaching is an emerging role that can change your life. A life coach is a professional who helps people make progress in their lives in order to achieve their goals. For example, kids are unable to perform well at school and you (the parent) realize that Math is the effect not the cause of it. Something else is preventing them to perform, and ...
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How is cancer research related to Kids and junk food ?

These days it's quite common to see kids chewing all types of (junk) food. Childhood obesity is booming and while we all probably know that this is not good, it may not be so obvious for parents how they could tackle this new 'pandemic' effectively. [2] Childhood obesity is a complex health issue. It occurs when a child is well above the normal or ...
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Key Benefits of Running - (resilience)

Both running and jogging are forms of aerobic exercise which are a type of cardiovascular conditioning. It can include activities like swimming, running, or cycling. You probably know it as "cardio", but in reality our body has aerobic and anaerobic (without oxygen) energy systems, and we use both during exercise. By definition, aerobic exercise me...
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12 benefits of Walking

Walking is a great way to improve our health without straining your joints, and it's totally free. Getting out walking burns calories, gets your heart pumping and works your legs and abs. It can also lift your mood, put a smile on your face and improve your general health and wellbeing. A University of Tennessee study found that women who walked ha...
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Why we keep on gaining weight (again)

If one person cuts back on calories without exercising and another person increases exercise without cutting back on calories, the first person would probably find it easier to lose weight. That's because it's easier to cut 500 calories a day from your diet than it is to burn 500 extra calories through exercise. You'd have to walk or run about five...
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How to treat Menstrual Headache

It's estimated that 70% of people who experience migraines are women. [2]  Several types of headaches are linked to changing levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Women often get menstrual migraines anywhere from 2 days before their period to 3 days after it starts. But anything that changes these hormone levels can cause them. The...
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What happen if we don't sleep enough?

The quality of sleep is important if we want to have a quality of life during the day. Not getting enough sleep can lower our sex drive, weaken our immune system, cause thinking issues, and lead to weight gain. When you don't get enough sleep, you may also increase our risk of certain cancers, diabetes, and even car accidents. Losing sleep can also...
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Did COVID-19 save the world?

It looks like a war, with casualties and losses of human lives. While the origin of the virus is still under investigation, the medical community seems to agree that the virus was first found in animals, and then it moved to humans. Meat consumption of infected animals seems the most plausible reason of Covid-19 pandemic. From a Zen perspective it ...
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How are yin, yang and karma related?

They describe the same pattern. Karma (action) is a law that tends to balance our actions through a cause-effect pattern. Action in this case include thoughts, words, and proper actions. Every action starts in the mind as a thought, and in Indian culture the mental plane (Chidakash) survive physical death and trigger the next birth in an endless cy...
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How to prevent skin cancer?

Most skin cancers are caused by too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays. UV rays come from the sun, tanning beds, and sunlamps. UV rays can damage skin cells. [1] To lower your risk of getting skin cancer, you can protect your skin from UV rays from the sun and from artificial sources like tanning beds and sunlamps. Protection from UV rays is im...
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What are the effects of too much information?

Thanks to modern communication systems, and internet in particular, we consume more information than we used to in all the past centuries combined. But there are some side effects on doing that, for example: 1. Social media tend to amplify fake news because that is the downside of those platforms. People's desires and fears (frustrations) are refle...
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RAD | Individual Growth

What if we could adopt an Agile and Lean approach to grow our children, and to support teens and adults to live a better life in harmony with others? RAD (Resolve, Amplify, and Deploy) is a model of individual growth, that can be used with individuals from 6 and above. RAD helps to do more with less, and to develop a positive attitude with life, by...
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