I’m stoked to share a shiny new interview chat with one of my Somatic Experiencing colleagues, Dr. Aimie Apigian. Dr. Aimie entered into the world of developmental trauma and all things nervous system health when she adopted a little human while in medical school (crazy, I know!). In our chat This content was originally published… Read More When love is not enough & functional medicine for the nervous system with Dr. Aimie – Irene Lyon
Authorities in Vietnam have detected a new coronavirus variant that is a combination of the Covid variants first identified in India and the UK and spreads quickly by air, the health minister has said. After successfully containing the virus for most of last year, Vietnam is grappling with a rise in infections since late April… Read More Vietnam says new Covid variant is hybrid of India and UK strains | Coronavirus | The Guardian
The company joins Sinopharm as a Chinese supplier endorsed by the World Health Organization; the move has the potential to help WHO’s dose-strapped Covax vaccine distribution programme.This content was originally published here. WHO approves Sinovac Biotech’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use, the second Chinese treatment to win designation | South China Morning Post
It is a proven fact that as humans, we need a certain amount of stress in our life to live – good stress if you will, something researchers call eustress. With stress defined as “anything that affects our homeostasis” (the ability to maintain a relatively stable internal state that persists despite changes in the world… Read More How To Manage Stress The Healthy Way
Source: Harvard Gene editing technology has erupted since the advent of CRISPR-cas9. And as with any technology, while there is great potential for good, people are also concerned about the lasting impacts gene editing could have on humanity. One of the areas of great concern is germline editing. This area has a lot of ethical… Read More The Dark Side of Gene Editing?. The ethics of germline editing | by Samantha Hatcher | May, 2021
For Edward Bernays, the conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed,… Read More Mass Psychology and Propaganda in Politics
Beauty is defined as the collection of qualities, such as shape, form, and color, that appeal to the aesthetic senses of others. Everyone loves beautiful things, and it is no surprise that the first impression we get of a person is how they look. Although everyone is beautiful in their own way and beauty is… Read More The Ugly Side of Beauty; Can Being Attractive Ruin Your Personality?
Power Yoga is closely modeled after another style of yoga called Ashtanga. This style of yoga is a vigorous, fitness based style of yoga. What is Power Yoga? Some people associate power yoga with “gym yoga.” Power yoga, though, doesn’t follow a set series of yoga poses so the classes offered can vary widely. Since… Read More Power Yoga vs Yoga – How Do They Differ?
Yoga postures to fight insomnia and sleep better Natural method to fight insomnia, fall asleep more easily, and sleep better. When people suffer from insomnia, or have difficulty falling asleep ( due in large part to the stress and anxiety that causes our pace of life), many tend to use pills or other chemicals that alter the body making it easier to fall… Read More How does yoga asanas help to sleep?
Undoubtedly, we all know our religion. Since childhood we all believe on the beliefs of the community we born in and to have faith on the god particular mentioned in the religion. The god is one. We know it very well but the lord is not same for us. We call him by different names… Read More Believer but not religious