Archives for October 2014

Enjoy a Happy Halloween!

“But I love Halloween, and I love that feeling: the cold air, the spooky dangers lurking around the corner.” Evan Peters Tonight is Halloween.  Walking the streets with a friend, we admired lawns decorated with ghouls, goblins and tomb stones.  Scary faces stained with blood and gore stared back at us.  The gorier, the better, but what's the impact on our subconscious? According to the History.com, Halloween originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain when people believed the
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How to Reverse Alzheimer’s

"Eureka!" ancient Greek scholar, Archimedes Alzheimer's is fast becoming an epidemic in our society.  Researchers at UCLA successfully reversed Alzheimer’s  in 9 out of 10 patients, within 6 months.  Their memory improved and six people resumed their careers.  The program called “MEND” (Metabolic Enhancement for NeuroDegeneration) includes changes to sleep, diet, plus regular exercise  to improve the critical balance necessary for brain plasticity. An article by Denise Dador of ABC7.com
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Rise-up Couch Potato!

"I never worry about action, but only inaction." Winston Churchill The Nov 2014 issue of Scientific American published information that could lengthen and improve your life.  An article called "Killer Chairs,"  by endocrinologist, James Levine, presents research to show that sitters have a 50 percent greater likelihood of dying.  If you want to live a healthier and longer life, stand up! The article explains how eighteen studies over 16 years, covering 800,000 people, revealed that Americans
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How Botox Could Save the World

"When you're smiling, the whole world smiles with you." Rufus Wainwright What would happen if everybody in the world was happy?  For a start, stress levels would drop.  Research shows that stress is linked to an increasing variety of illnesses, including cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer's.   With fewer diseases, perhaps we'd all be a little less fearful, a little more relaxed, and far more optimistic. Depression is considered one of the most prevalent mental illnesses in North
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