When you’re stressed, people often advise you to take a deep breath — and for good reason, a new study shows. Slowing your breathing calms you, and now scientists may have figured out how you can relax your brain through your breath. It has to do with your brain’s pacemaker for breath.
Octopuses and squid have confirmed their reputation as Earth-bound “aliens” with the discovery that they can edit their own genetic instructions.
Unlike other animals, cephalopods – the family that includes octopuses, squid and cuttlefish – do not obey the commands of their DNA to the letter.
Bravecto is a drug given do dogs against ticks and fleas. Those who search on Google for the name “Bravecto” will find many different national and international websites where some of the worst illnesses are connected with this treatment. In the stories that dog owners share with each other, epilepsy, kidney failure and skin diseases are mentioned. Many dog owners worry a lot about this anti tick and flea med. Some dog owners suspect that their dog had serious side effects after using Bravecto. Others fear that their dog even died as a consequence of the treatment. This video is a broadcast in The Netherlands of the consumers’ program RADAR, with subtitles in English.
Madeleine Albright says 500,000 dead Iraqi Children was “worth it”…..wins Presidential Medal of Freedom from Obama
As the anniversary of probably one of the most infamous responses in broadcasting history approaches, the woman who uttered it is shortly to be awarded “the highest honour” that America bestows upon civilians — the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The Medicine of the Future Is Light: Recent Research on What Photons Can Tell Us About Health and Disease
Do you remember learning about photons in your science classes in high school? If so, the focus was likely on their association with small particles and physics, and you probably did not learn much about how they might relate to human disease.
Grover Cleveland “Cleve” Backster, Jr. (February 27, 1924 – June 24, 2013) was an interrogation specialist for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), best known for his experiments with plants using a polygraph instrument in the 1960s which led to his theory of “primary perception” where he claimed that plants “feel pain” and have extrasensory perception (ESP), which was widely reported in the media but was rejected by the scientific community.