Curcumin: This potent constituent in turmeric (the yellow spice that gives curry its avor) has been shown to combat many of the problems that contribute to brain degeneration, including in ammation, free radical damage and high blood sugar. It also boosts growth of new brain cells. Take 500 milligrams (mg) twice daily or eat a […]
by Mathilde Vandenbulke The week of October 2 through 8 has been designated National Midwifery Week by the American College of Nurse-Midwives. Choosing to hire a highly skilled, experienced certi ed nurse midwife or a doctor should be a very careful and thorough decision made by any mother-to-be. While many expectant mothers will choose the […]
by Sheila Julson Many people might not fully understand what a chiropractor does, or they believe chiropractic is just for back and neck pain; however, the physicians at Canton Center Chiropractic Clinic are out to change that. “Chiropractic is a natural alternative health system that uses no drugs or surgery. Instead, chiropractic uses the body’s […]
Sadhguru is an Indian yogi and mystic who founded the Isha Foundation, a volunteer-run, international nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating human potential through a customized system of yoga in its full depth and dimension. Headquartered at Isha Yoga Center in southern India and the Isha Institute
of Inner-sciences in the United States, the Isha Foundation operates in more than 150 cities in 14 countries. Isha’s signature program, Inner Engineering, is structured scientifically to present simple but powerful processes from the yogic tradition, to transcend the limitations of each individual and bring people to higher levels of consciousness. Inner Engineering gives people the tools to create the lives they want.
Print encyclopedias, card catalogs and the Dewey Decimal System are things of the past. Today, when information is needed, nearly everyone turns to the internet. In fact, the neologism “google” was officially added to both the Oxford English Dictionary and the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary in 2006. Defined by Merriam-Webster as “the use of the Google search engine to obtain information on the World Wide Web,” the word is colloquially used to describe the use of any online search engine including Google, Yahoo or Bing. All of this googling can mean big business for companies who create and program their websites in such a way as to capitalize on the millions of search queries made by consumers on a daily basis