Tag: Health

Health Benefits of Hugging – 10 Reasons Why We Need at Least 8 Hugs a Day

The article below is the result of decades of scientific research published by the French and Italian scientists 30 years ago. The wisdom of the 8,000 years of matriarchal rule in Persian Empire, overthrown 3,500 years ago, and other parts of Asia were proven right, that children raised with love, hugs and affection will grow up to become loving, caring, affectionate, smart, healthy, ..more: venusproject.org 

Anti-Cancer Diet – Beyond Health

Image result for raymond francis, Anti-Cancer Diet - Beyond HealthThere are well-known mechanisms for interfering with tumor growth and inducing apoptosis (cancer cell death). The biochemistry of cancer is extremely complex, requiring the successful navigation of numerous biochemical pathways to make it happen. Each of these steps in the process can be interfered with. Existing clusters of cancer cells can be kept small and harmless. For those who already have diagnosable cancer, cancer cells can be restored back to normal and the cancer will simply disappear—surgery, chemotherapy and radiation not required. In fact, standard cancer treatments damage the body, making survival less likely….MORE:   Anti-cancer diet

Massachusetts considers observing daylight saving time year-round

Image result for Massachusetts considers observing daylight saving time year-roundBOSTON – Lacking authority to change the laws of physics to allow more sunlight on the darkest days of winter, a special commission is instead considering whether Massachusetts should change the laws of man and observe daylight saving time year-round.

If adopted, Massachusetts residents wouldn’t have to set their clocks back in November and forward in March, as most of the U.S. does….more: nypost.com

Health And Wellness: Laziness, Lack Of Sleep Could Lead To Early Death, Says Study

Resting at DeskIt took 231,048 Australians aged 45 and up and monitored them from 2006 to 2009, with follow up tracking up until 2014. Twenty-four percent admitted to having two of the bad habits and just over 8 percent admitted to having three. Among the participants, 15,635 died.

The research also stated that “physical inactivity is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and some cancers.”…more: hngn.