Professor Hans Rosling loves statistics. He loves them so much that he enlisted a team of computer techs to create the most amazing interactive picture of the life and wealth of the world over the last 200 years using using augmented reality animation.
They are the miracle pills that shouldn’t really work at all. Placebos come in all shapes and sizes, but they contain no active ingredient. Now they are being shown to help treat pain, depression and even alleviate some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Emma Bryce dives into the mystery of placebos’ bizarre benefits.
Bernando LaPallo is over 110 years old, and he credits his health and longevity to a healthy diet of mostly fruits and vegetables and the simple act of walking every day.
He shares with us here the top 5 foods that have kept him strong all these years. Good news: Chocolate made his list!
He’s also an author on the subject of longevity and he’s the world’s oldest blogger!
Cancer is the only disease that has been defeated dozens of times without anyone knowing it. In the last 100 years, doctors, scientists, and researchers have developed diverse and effective solutions against cancer only to be thwarted by the political and propaganda power of the drug-dominated medical profession. This is the story of Essiac, Hoxsey, Laetrile, Shark Cartilage, Mistletoe, and Bicarbonate of Soda all put together in a stunning overview that leaves no doubt that inexpensive cures for cancer do exist but are systematically blocked by Big Pharma because they come from nature and cannot be patented.
These five secret Tibetan exercises will help you increase your energy and improve your mood. Activate your power centers and pop out of bed alert and happy every morning. Learn more at MindPowerNews.com
“We are now rediscovering that which our ancestors long ago knew: that mushrooms are deep reservoirs for very powerful medicines.” says esteemed mycologist Paul Stamets.
He profiles 4 mushrooms in particular that have powers ranging from controlling malaria to curing cancer.
Ron Gutman reviews a raft of studies about smiling, and reveals some surprising results. Did you know your smile can be a predictor of how long you’ll live and that a simple smile has a measurable effect on your overall well-being? Gutman claims a smile is worth 1000 chocolate bars or finding $25,000!
Mainstream medicine does not take into account the role of spirit in healthcare. In fact is discounts it because it cannot be understood in scientific language. By doing so it deprives the practitioner from considering the spiritual aspects of patients. By Dr. Len Saputo.
Proper breathing techniques help the body and mind find relief from stress without prescription drugs and at no cost. Proper breathing increases the brain waves that switch into gear when we are focused on mental activities. Emotional well-being is directly related to increased productivity, concentration, learning ability and success.
If you’ve got any doubt at all about your mind’s power to heal your body, they you’ve got to check out this video! A bunch of years back, surgeon Bruce Moseley conducted a series of arthroscopic surgery to help people suffering from crippling knee pain. The thing is: some of those surgeries were ‘fake’ – and they worked anyway!
Mason is a modern day ‘sungazer’ and subject of Peter Sorcher’s award-winning and suspenseful documentary film that follows Mason on an unbelievable and often hilarious cross-country tour into the little known world of sungazing – an ancient practice of looking directly at the sun for a range of physical and spiritual benefits.
Learn more about this subject here: Heal Yourself With Sunlight