(B.N. Frank) CBS 60 Minutes, ABC’s 20/20, Good Morning America and other media outlets have aired segments addressing issues about how technology is adversely affecting children. A former Facebook president and executive have also expressed regret in the role they have played in this.
(Michelle Simmons) When men reach the mid-forties, their testosterone levels start to decrease at around one to two percent in measurable blood levels every year. After the age of 60, this decline in testosterone levels leads to full-blown “andropause.” Testosterone, the male sex hormone, plays an important role in the production and maintenance of bone and muscle strength. Thus, the decline in testosterone levels can result in many negative effects, including muscle loss, insulin resistance, low libido, and depression.
(Zoey Sky) Employees are used to the background music that often plays while they’re at work, but is it possible to boost teamwork by playing the right kinds of songs?
(Adam Goldberg) Eye color is something that is very basic and innately interesting to people. Therefore it’s interesting for some to discover that a characteristic as seemingly insignificant physically such as eye color can actually be a result of certain characteristics. Related Millennials: How to Destroy the “Me Plus” Part of Your Personality Source – Anon News […]
QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I found your recent article on inflation and contagions fascinating. Am I correct in summing it up that today because currencies are not commodity based, they rise and fall on anticipation of political events whereas under precious metals contagions took place by one country debasing compared to another?
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(Justin Deschamps) The following article is an in-depth and cohesive presentation of the problems that can arise from failing to process and release negative emotions. Emotions are energy, and the body is a capacitor, literally capable of storing electrical energy that itself has information. When we learn how to release this energy in a healthy way, it liberates our consciousness to grow as well as improves our emotional balance and overall state of being.
(Edsel Cook) Harvard neuroscientists have identified a group of neurons in the brain that prepares the body for consumption of food and drink. These neurons release a fast-acting hormone that spreads throughout the body in the brief amount of time before you eat or drink something. An article in BIDMCNews reports that this discovery could lead to a better understanding of overeating.
(Adam Goldberg) According to recently published research from the Oxford Internet Institute, parental controls and Internet filtering tools are for the most part, completely unsuccessful at preventing young people from viewing online porn.
(Marco Torres) Unlike with alcohol or nicotine, pharmacological options are not available to individuals addicted to cocaine. However, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham believe the tool to help individuals treat their addiction may very well exist in nature.
(Jennifer Giustra-Kozek, LPC, NBCC) Every day in the headlines we hear about another school shooting or another teen suicide. What is going on? Why aren’t we getting to the bottom of this? What are we doing to help prevent the next tragedy? As I learn about another, I get more and more frustrated that nothing is changing.
(Justin Deschamps) Is the ego bad? Is it something we should be trying to get rid of? Before we answer those questions, perhaps we should be asking, what is the ego in the first place? The following article sheds some interesting insights into these questions as well as the practices that have been developed over the years on how to transcend the ego.
(Zoey Sky) Do you hate being criticized, even if it’s for valid reasons? If you think it’s upsetting to receive criticism, you might have to learn how to stop being defensive.
(Hilde Larsen) One thing I learned the very hard way during my long and diligent path from chronic illness back to health, is that the body feels like crap when the adrenal glands are not happy and strong. To me, this is the missing link in any discussion about health. That we will detoxify and heal through eating clean and whole foods is obvious; that we might be hurting ourselves even more deeply by not addressing the stress factors in our lives… not so much.
(B.N. Frank) There are more reports coming out from a variety of sources that overusing technology can cause addiction and other mental health issues in kids and adults. This is not a new issue. The latest heartbreaking story involves a 9-year-old UK girl: