Image By Guest Writer Rebecca Smith, Nowadays, there are a lot of things that a person has to deal with during a day. This leaves one without time for himself or herself, which is the beginning of stress. However, it is unfair to live such a life, and one has to find a solution to … Read more5 Ways Meditation Can Drastically Improve Your Week
Science has raised the alarm about how we have mistreated friends and allies, our oral bacteria. Now is the time for peace, love, and understanding. Authored By WellnessWhiz Jack Those of us who enjoy microbiology often, fondly, refer to the bacteria, spirochetes, and other denizens of the mouth as bugs. For those with an extra dose of … Read moreOral Bacteria: Bugs in Your Mouth!
Authored By Arjun Walia Science is revealing various mindfulness techniques that can literally change and restructure our brain. Neuroscientist Sara Lazar from Mass General and Harvard Medical School is one of the latest to illustrate this. After she sustained running injuries, she took up yoga. It had a tremendous effect on her, which inspired her … Read moreNeuroscience Reveals How A 50-Year-Old Can Have The Brain Of A 25-Year-Old
Authored By Ty Bollinger How receptive are most oncologists to using alternative cancer therapies for their patients? Not surprisingly, most medical practitioners are apprehensive to their patients utilizing cancer treatments that are not considered “standard of care.” But not for the reasons you may think…which will be explained later in this article. Most physicians interviewed … Read moreWhat Most Doctors REALLY Think About Alternative Cancer Treatments
By guest writer Jessica Smith, The relationship between meditation and cannabis is complicated. Meditation involves analyzing your inner self to produce positive thoughts and attitudes. It is a practice that can alleviate many tribulations and frustrations of life. The power of meditation depends on your ability to distance yourself from the world and enter into … Read moreMeditation and Cannabis— What’s the Connection?
Authored By Heartmath, Life seems to be calling on us to have more compassionate latitude for each other and for ourselves during these volatile times. A recently released Gallup poll reported record levels of stress in the USA: 55% of Americans experience stress a lot of the day; 45% feel a lot of worry; and 22% feel a … Read moreCompassionate Latitude: The need of the times
Authored by Susan Patterson Sometimes it can be hard to know if what you read on the internet is actually true. Since the internet is a public platform, anyone can publish anything that rings with a grain of truth, and suddenly it’s accepted as a proven fact. In this world of expensive snake oils, miracle … Read moreShort Story: The Truth About Apple Cider Vinegar
By Guest Writer Carmen Adams, Driving is an important milestone in the lives of teenagers and young adults. No longer do they have to ask Mom or Dad for a ride to their friends’ houses. Now they can drive themselves to school, work, and beyond, giving them more freedom over their own schedules. Learning to … Read moreAutism Behind the Wheel: Teaching Teens and Young Adults with ASD to Drive
Authored By Ty Bollinger The use of turmeric can be dated back as far as 3,000 BC, and is one of the most important anti-cancer nutrients studied today. Turmeric root can be purchased fresh in its root form (sometimes hard to find), or dried and powdered. In its dried form it is popular in Asian … Read moreThe Amazing Cancer-Fighting Benefits of Curcumin
By Guest Writer Aimee Laurence, Writing a mindful and meditative-style journal, perhaps in the form of a gratitude journal (where you regularly detail all of the reasons you have to be thankful, as well as all those who you have to be thankful to and for) has become a well-established ritual on the path to … Read more10 Tips When Writing a Mindfulness Journal