Techno Timber

Artificial Wood Resists Fire and Water A new, lightweight synthetic wood has been created that is as strong as wood, but without its traditional vulnerability to fire and water, as reported by Shu-Hong Yu, a materials chemist at the University …

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What’s Your Meditation Style?

Find the Right Practice for You by April Thompson More Americans than ever before are seeking the benefits of meditation, which notably improves mental, physical and spiritual health. Choosing from its many styles and traditions can be daunting for a …

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What is Naturopathic Skin Care?

Estheticians that choose to practice skin care from a naturopathic standpoint follow the naturopathic creed and incorporate those values into their work. These principles include using nature’s innate healing power, treating the whole person (body, mind and spirit), preventing illness …

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Using FODMAPs to Control IBS

Occasional gas, bloating, upset stomach or bowel irregularity can happen to anyone. When it becomes more chronic, however, it can be a sign of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). IBS is a disorder in which a person will experience chronic recurrent …

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Rediscovering Ketamine

Discovered in the early 1960s and approved for human use in the United States in 1970, the drug ketamine has been historically used in conjunction with anesthesia services. As reported on CNN and in Time magazine, however, ketamine is now …

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Why Prolozone Therapy?

Advances in modern medicine have been truly remarkable, with possibilities that would have seemed nothing short of magical 80 or 90 years ago. As much as we’ve gained, however, we seem to have also lost. Doctors in the 1930s and …

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Neuroscience and Meditation

The human brain is capable of incredible achievements. Even so, our behaviors are often driven by more primitive brain operations. This is not necessarily bad. In the face of real threats, like running from a tiger, it pays not to …

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Simplified Parenting

Why Less Means More Happiness by Deborah Shouse Parents wishing to simplify child-raising seek less stress and more fun; less scheduling and more casual time; less “shoulds” and more “want tos”; less second-guessing and more confidence. For a happier family …

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