NHS to ban Homeopathy

Prof. Roy Taylor , Newcastle University ​ A body of research putting people with Type 2 diabetes on a low calorie diet has confirmed the underlying causes of the condition and established that it is reversible. A body of research putting people with Type 2 diabetes on a low calorie diet has confirmed the underlying causes of the condition and estab...
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Sesame seeds and Walnuts.

George Mateljan Foundation ​  Sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate, very small, and crunch to many Asian dishes. They are also the main ingredients in tahini (sesame seed paste) and the wonderful Middle Eastern sweet call halvah. They are available throughout the year. Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man. They are hi...
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The benefits of Yoga.

Harvard Health  Yoga (Hata Yoga) promotes physical and mental health in many different ways. Some of these benefits include better stress management, concentration, and clearer consciousness which may support your journey towards Self-realization. Following are some of the physical benefits of yoga that have a growing body of research behind t...
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Iridology Basics.

Iridology is a powerful, non-invasive tool aimed to study how body's organs and tissues, reflect in the irides. Iridology is often used with other disciplines like chiropractic, massage, and acupuncture, to help you achieving optimal health. Iridology is a discipline based on the analysis of the iris, and provide important insight to predisposition...
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Cancer and Gene Therapy

Gene therapy is a cancer treatment that is still in the early stages of research. [1] Genes are coded messages that tell cells how to make proteins. Proteins are the molecules that control the way cells behave. Our genes decide what we look like and how our body works. We have many thousands of separate genes. Genes are made of DNA and they are in ...
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How to treat Menstrual Headache

​ According to WHO (World Health Organization) mental health diseases are expected to rank second by 2020, behind ischaemic heart disease, but ahead of all other diseases. Why do we have such a massive mental health conditions? I think there are multiple reasons, but probably the main ones are found in our lifestyle, genetics and environment. The W...
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​3 Misconceptions of Yoga

Yoga (Hata Yoga) promotes physical and mental health in many different ways. Some of these benefits include better stress management, concentration, and clearer consciousness which may support your journey towards Self realisation. As discussed by Patanjali, Yoga is an inner path to self discovery, which means union with the self, or Atma. People e...
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Up to 60,000 cases of depression in UK could be avoided if teenagers stay off cannabis, study says

 Alex Matthews-King Health Correspondent  As many as 60,000 cases of depression in adults could have been avoided by preventing teenagers trying cannabis, researchers behind a major new analysis have said. In the largest study to date, researchers from Canada and Oxford University found robust evidence that trying the drug before the age ...
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Vaccines, the risk of not doing it

​ Vaccinating, like all parenting decisions, is one that is made from a place of love and caring. A parent who chooses to vaccinate has their child's best interest at heart, as does a parent who chooses not to vaccinate. With the rise of social media, vaccinations have become debated online, and -- emboldened by anonymity -- people engage in name-c...
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How do we have more medicines but less wellness?

Insomnia may have clinical and psychological causes, and it's sometime challenging to properly find the root cause of it because it may be linked to other conditions. Insomnia, disturbances of sleep pattern, and sleep disorders, they all mean that we don't sleep well, this may cause quite a large number of issues, on the long run. For instance dayt...
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What is Ignorance, and why it will affect us

When I was a kid I thought "what is the worst thing in this world?" You bet it, ignorance was my answer. Actually if we consider ignorance not merely worlding knowledge, then it may also apply to the way we live, how we integrate with our community, and what is our contribution to it. To me ignorance is a lack of knowledge that can negatively impac...
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Walnuts benefits for Heart and Diabetes

Walnuts are rich in fatty acids and vitamins, and are not linked to weight gain, as some people think. Indeed they're a natural prevention to blood circulation, obesity, and blood sugars disorders, including Diabetes. Research confirmed that Walnuts help to prevent heart and blood sugars disorders. This study was a randomized, controlled, single-bl...
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​Why we look for fun and happiness (a Tao perspective)

Fun is part of human nature, and is the enjoyment of pleasure, particularly in leisure activities. It's normal for us to see a person enjoying fun, whereas if we see someone sad, we consider that as not normal. We also associate fun with happiness, as all of us tend to achieve happiness, although the means we adopt may vary significantly. For examp...
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What are the natural therapies for the growth of the hair?

In this period dominated by loud scientific research, where scientists scanned the human genome to better understand the hidden secrets of our body, we tend to explain everything in a deterministic and rational way. We apply this approach to the objects who make this world, and to ourselves, although we're conscious that we're often not very ration...
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Yoga Sutra of Patanjali

Human Migration is a complex topic which involves many factors including economy, human rights, conflicts, speculation, environment and corruption. In this article I'm trying to discuss the positive side of it, by adopting a dynamic approach to discuss how balance on both side of the equation could be regulated in a win-win situation: migrants, and...
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​3 Misconceptions of Yoga

Half of costs to British economy related to lower employment and productivity Mental ill-health is costing the UK more than £94bn every year, counting treatment, social support costs and the losses to the economy from people who cannot work, according to the OECD . The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's report shows the whole ...
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COVID | Meat-Factories

By Catharine Paddock PhD An implantable artificial kidney could transform prospects for people whose kidneys have failed and who have to rely on dialysis or the rare chance of a transplant to stay alive. Now, researchers working on the first-of-its-kind device that aims to meet this need says they are hopeful of running pilot trials in humans withi...
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How to treat skin rashes?

By Emily Reynolds | Nature Researchers have perfected a method of turning human stem cells into kidney tissue. Professor Melissa Little, head of the Kidney Research Laboratory at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, first grew a mini-kidney in 2013, forming two key cell types. But now her team has grown an organ that forms a...
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The immune system and cancer

Cancer Research UK The immune system protects the body against illness and infection caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. It is a collection of reactions and responses that the body makes to damaged cells or infection. So it is sometimes called the immune response. The immune system is important to cancer patients in many ways because: ...
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5 Superpowers we didn't know to have

Genetics Home Reference  Genome editing (also called gene editing) is a group of technologies that give scientists the ability to change an organism's DNA. These technologies allow genetic material to be added, removed, or altered at particular locations in the genome. Several approaches to genome editing have been developed. A recent one is k...
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