A study conducted by the Maharishi University of Management found Transcendental Meditation helps soldiers overcome PTSD.Read More
Dr. Masaru Emoto was a Japanese scientist and author who explored the influence of thoughts, prayers and intentions.Read More
Research conducted by Professor Amishi Jha and Scott Rogers from UMindfulness shows that mindfulness training enhances the cognitive performance of special operations soldiers.Read More
Researchers find that yoga and tai chi are critical in reducing blood pressure, blood sugar levels, hypertension and fatty acids, which are all huge risk factors when it comes to strokes.Read More
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Biofeedback is primarily concerned with the calibrating and the recording of the electrical waves emitted from the brain. These waves, or brain rhythms, vary in their repetitiveness, intensity, and extent from one person to another and from one individual’s state of mind to the next.Read More
Recent Research conducted by Ohio State University reveals fathers have a pivotal role on daughter’s loneliness.Read More
Traditional Chinese Medicine directly depends on illegal animal trade; most of the animal products are illegally imported into China. Many animals are facing extinction due to this form of healing.
NASA has launched the Parker Solar Probe, which will reach the Sun within seven years. This mission will get humanity closer to the Sun than it ever had before.
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Albert Einstein proposed the Theory of General Relativity over a century ago in 1915. Scientists have now validated Einstein’s theory on another galaxy for the first time, proving he was right on a large astronomical scale.Read More
Researchers from the U.S. Army have have found meditations from the Yogic traditions are able to mitigate stress completely when practiced long-term.Read More
The Bayer-Monsanto merger - the biggest all-cash merger yet, has been approved and delivered. But what does this $63 billion dollar move mean for the World’s farmers and the rest of us?Read More
In a certain way, we are no different from the products we build. Like our creations, with time, our body too undergoes wear and tear. Our organs and the chemical processes that happen in them aren’t as efficient as they once were. But how can this be changed by fasting?
The connection between mother and baby is intense and run deep into the wells of human connections and emotions; the lack of such a connection can lead to many psychological disorders.Read More
Several studies show that structured music lessons can dramatically enhance brain structure, language skills, social skills, short-term memory and spatial reasoning in children.Read More
After a long day, toiling in the office or managing the household chores, there is nothing more relaxing than a warm embrace from your better half. There is something magical about a kiss, a hug, human touch; it instantly relieves stress and anxiety.Read More
Recent research shows Alcohol has become the single largest threat to Dementia; greater than hypertension, depression and smoking.Read More
Scientists from the Arizona State University and the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have programmed nanorobots which are able to seek and destroy tumors.Read More
Researchers from UCLA create cells which enable the sense of touch. The process could become a huge step towards restoring sensation in people suffering from paralysis.Read More