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The First Principle of Healing: Love Is The True Healer
The First Principle of Healing: Love Is The True Healer
by Jacques Martel
There exist several approaches to obtaining optimal health, all of them important, each of them…
Understanding and Developing Our Chakras on our Journey of Personal and Spiritual Development
Understanding and Developing Our Chakras
by Glen Park
We begin our journey through the chakras with the lower chakras, through which the individual ego…
Acceptance and Change: Nature Changes Often
Acceptance and Change: Fighting the Current? Nature Changes Often
by Lawrence Doochin
When we resist change, we will be fearful. When we judge ourselves, we will also be fearful. Thus…
Horoscope for Astrological Week: May 10 - 16, 2021
Horoscope Current Week: May 10 - 16, 2021
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and…
Joanna’s Story: From Breast Cancer to Healing and Alignment
Joanna’s Story: From Breast Cancer to Healing and Alignment
by Tjitze de Jong
Joanna was a classic example of how easily and fast healing can occur when the physical body,…
The Great Mystery: How To Heal from Lyme and Other Diseases
The Great Mystery: How To Heal from Lyme and Other Diseases
by Vir McCoy and Kara Zahl
If we stay focused on the growth potential offered through the “initiation” of disease, it can…
Is It Now Safe to Hug?
Is It Now Safe to Hug?
by Joyce Vissell
Clinical trials have shown that hugs are positive to your physical and mental health, and they even…
What Self-Care Looks Like: It Is Not A To-Do List
What Self-Care Looks Like: It Is Not A To-Do List
by Kristi Hugstad
It’s not the latest trend. It’s not a hashtag on social media. And it’s certainly not selfish.…

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High-Tech Contact Lenses Are Straight Out Of Science Fiction — And May Replace Smart Phones
High-Tech Contact Lenses Are Straight Out Of Science Fiction — And May Replace Smart Phones
by Bishakh Rout, McGill University
Over the years, new scientific discoveries have led to softer and more comfortable contact lenses.…
Why Family Meals Are Good for Grown-ups and Kids
Why Family Meals Are Good for Grown-ups and Kids
by Anne Fishel, Harvard University
Most parents already know that family mealtimes are great for the bodies, the brains and the mental…
Changes In The Weather: El Niño and La Niña Explained
Changes In The Weather: El Niño and La Niña Explained
by Jaci Brown, CSIRO
We wait in anticipation of droughts and floods when El Niño and La Niña are forecast but what are…
In Defense of Conspiracy Theories and Why The Term Is A Misnomer
In Defense of Conspiracy Theories and Why The Term Is A Misnomer
by David Coady, University of Tasmania
It’s reasonable to suppose many of the views that are now dismissed or mocked as conspiracy…
Playing An Exercise Game Can Help Fight Dementia?
Can Playing An Exercise Game Help Fight Dementia?
by ETH Zurich
Cognitive motor training helps in the fight against Alzheimer’s and dementia, according to new…
How Our Immune System Helps Us Fight Antibiotic Resistance
How Our Immune System Helps Us Fight Antibiotic Resistance
by Rachel Wheatley and Julio Diaz Caballero, University of Oxford
While our immune system and antibiotics both do a great job of helping us fight life-threatening…
Sex Bots, Virtual Friends, VR Lovers: How Tech Is Changing The Way We Interact, and Not Always For The Better
Sex Bots, Virtual Friends, VR Lovers: How Tech Is Changing The Way We Interact, and Not Always For The Better
by Rob Brooks, UNSW
Twenty-first century technologies such as robots, virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence…
Why Pushing Chicken Doesn’t Get People To Eat Less Beef
Why Pushing Chicken Doesn’t Get People To Eat Less Beef
by Jim Barlow, University of Oregon
It would be great if more poultry and fish production and consumption would reduce that of beef,…
15 Minutes of Intense Activity Can Improve Heart Health
15 Minutes Of Intense Activity Can Improve Heart Health
by Matthew Haines, University of Huddersfield
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts have become popular in recent years for a number…
Police Academies Dedicate Only 3.21% Of Training To Ethics And Public Service
Police Academies Dedicate Only 3.21% of Training to Ethics and Public Service
by Galia Cohen, Tarleton State University
Police academies provide little training in the kinds of skills necessary to meet officers’ growing…
This App Can Detect Autism Sign In Toddlers
This App Can Detect Autism Sign In Toddlers
by Stephanie Lopez, Duke University
A new app successfully detects one of the telltale characteristics of autism in toddlers.
Four Ways To Make Sure Your Passwords Are Safe and Easy To Remember
Four Ways To Make Sure Your Passwords Are Safe and Easy To Remember
by Steven Furnell, University of Nottingham
Passwords show little sign of disappearing yet. But many people still use them badly and seem…
What Self-Care Looks Like: It Is Not A To-Do List
What Self-Care Looks Like: It Is Not A To-Do List
by Kristi Hugstad
It’s not the latest trend. It’s not a hashtag on social media. And it’s certainly not selfish.…

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