(Frances Bloomfield) Each and every part of our body is susceptible to the ravages of time, and our brain is no exception. The brain undergoes various ages as we get on in years. Mental decline is just one of them. Yet despite this being a common and terrifying aspect of aging, it isn’t inevitable. There are numerous habits you can develop to keep your brain in tip-top shape. Here are 10 of them: (h/to to LifeZette.com.)
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(Abby Cahoone) We live in a very fast-paced society, we are constantly looking to move to the next thing and it is very common to have a “go-go-go” mentality. In giving yourself the space to be separate from the hustle and bustle of the crazy world we live in and taking the time to sit […]
(Earl Garcia) Perfume magnate Jo Malone has a sense of smell so acute she can detect cancer like trained sniffing dogs, according to researchers at the Medical Detection Dogs in Milton Keynes, U.K. Malone, 53, discovered that she too can detect illnesses by detecting subtle changes in the body’s scent. The scent industry giant underwent a test at the charity center last year to determine the accuracy of her olfactory sense. The center, which specializes in training dogs to sniff out illnesses, asked Malone to smell five pots and identify one that contains tiny doses of amyl acetate diluted in mineral oil.
(Adam Goldberg) Even the Associated Press is willing to point out the fact that Google is tracking just about every user’s location at all times. According to a report they recently published (the Associated Press is a collection of sort of mainstream-certified reporters, of course), Google Maps users aren’t provided with as many options as they are led to believing.
Body For Awareness Project: Your body. Your clothes. Your truth. On Sale Now.
The following report details the current state of geomagnetic activity and resulting effects on human consciousness. This can be used to guide one’s activities in meditation, mass meditation, personal energy work, and self-mastery practices.
Electric US Volcanos, Coronal Hole, Climate | S0 News Sep.5.2018 — Suspicious0bservers
(Metro) A hacker who faced a ten year legal battle after allegedly breaking into NASA computers has talked about what he found there.
(Lisa Egan) I admit it: I’m a little bit addicted to the stuff.
(Heather Callaghan) Our addiction to screens isn’t just hurting our social lives or nature – it’s making us physically blind.