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* “The World in 2030″ by Dr. Michio Kaku
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* Vegetarian & Vegan Diet Pyramid
* Tackling diabetes with a bold new dietary approach: Neal Barnard at TEDxF
* Video: Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight
* Oscar Pistorius Makes It Into 2012 Olympics 400m Semifinals
* Human Microbiome Project: 10,000 Species Of Microbes In And On Our Bodies
* The Greatest Speech Ever Made
* Arithmetic, Population, and Energy by Professor Albert Bartlett
* USA: Steve Jobs Commencement Speech at Stanford University 2005 (乔布斯在斯坦福大学毕业典礼上的演讲)
* USA: A Natural Approach to Cancer Prevention
* Inspirational Video from Japan
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Ways to protect your eyes

We’re all familiar with these common-sense health teachings: Exercise and diet to lose weight. Wear sunscreen to reduce your risk of skin cancer. Stop smoking to prevent heart disease. Read more...

What is the Mediterranean Diet? (Diet & Fitness Guru)

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Healthiest Spices to Use (Diet & Fitness Guru)

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NEW McDougall 3-Day Intensive Program

The shortest, most intensive, and least expensive McDougall education you will ever receive!
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Free summit on food revolution

Sign up for the free summit and claim your complimentary Real Food Action Guide! You’ll get the top ten most critical food facts, and discover how to eat your way to the best health of your life!
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6 Health Benefits of Watermelon Juice and How to Make It

Watermelon is surprisingly good for you and recent research is showing that eating this sweet tasting melon, and particularly drinking it as fresh juice, can have some significant health benefits. Read more...

Which nuts fight cancers best

People who eat nuts in their adolescence have a good chance of fighting off breast cancer later in life, according to data from the Harvard Nurse’s Study conducted a few years ago. Read more...

More White Rice, More Diabetes Risk | DrFuhrman.com

Over 20 million people in the United States (about 8% of the population) have type 2 diabetes.1 Worldwide prevalence of diabetes in adults is about 6%, and Asian countries have somewhat higher rates (9% in China and Korea, and 11% in Japan).2,3 This is interesting to consider. In spite of considerably more overweight and obesity in the USA, and our dangerous diet, there is considerably more diabetes in China, Korea and Japan. This is mostly because of white rice. Read more...

7 good carbohydrates to eat

For a few decades now, carbohydrates have been considered by many to be the be-all-end-all of worst types of foods to eat. But, not so fast; carbs are an essential building block of a healthy diet. Sure, you can technically survive without carbs, because your body will use fat and protein for energy instead, but that doesn’t mean it’s a safe — or smart — way to eat. There are plenty of great, superfood-caliber carbs, out there. Read on for some of the best carb-loaded foods you can eat. Read more...

8 HEALTH BENEFITS OF ANTIOXIDANT-RICH ALOE VERA

Aloe vera is a popular medicinal plant that has been used for thousands of years. It is best known for treating skin injuries, such as burns and sores, but may also have several other therapeutic properties. Here are 8 health benefits of aloe vera that are supported by science. Read more...

12 things you should not buy

You don’t have to be a crafter to make things. The items on this list are all things that anyone can make, whether you’re super artsy or have never crafted a thing in your life. Read more...

7 health benefits of ginger

I love the aromatic spicy taste of ginger and how it adds a unique flavor to my meals and beverages. But ginger has plenty of other beneficial properties besides its taste. Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurvedic medicine have used ginger to help treat and prevent health problems for thousands of years. In the west, we are just learning how valuable it is. Read more...

7 spices for healthy you

Spices are a great thing to have in your pantry. They have the ability to turn a healthy, slightly bland meal into a nutritious flavor explosion. What’s even better, many spices are really great for your health, with loads of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. Here are 9 everyday, super spices that you should use more of. Read more...

5 benefits of seaweed

When you think of seaweed, it may bring up memories of miry plants gripping your feet in a lake or an ocean, or the waxy green salad served at your local sushi restaurant. Slimy reputation aside, there are ways to prepare seaweed in an appetizing way—and there are many reasons you should do so. Seaweed is the superfood of the sea—it’s even been rumored that seaweed is responsible for low rates of disease in Japan. Rather than reserving it to the rare sushi outing, try making seaweed chips or seaweed salad! Below, we have five reasons that we think it’s imperative that you do so.
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Suicide mthys

Suicide is one of the most heartbreaking, confusing and misunderstood issues in contemporary culture. It’s no surprise, then, that many people’s understanding of suicide is shaped by the very taboo nature of the act. But it’s these very misconceptions that really hurt the victims — and potential victims — of suicide. Armed with the tools to understand suicide, you can help prevent it. Read on for some of the most common misconceptions about suicide. Read more...

Mystery man who rescued driver from cliff comes forward – SFGate

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ADDS IDENTIFICATION OF DRIVER AND RESCUER- Jason Warnock, left, pulls Mathew Sitko, to safety from an SUV stopped by a chain link fence just short of a 30-foot vertical drop onto Bryden Canyon Road, Wednesday, April 15, 2015, in Lewiston, Idaho. The 23-year-old driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to a hospital, according to authorities. (Barry Kough/Lewiston Tribune via AP)
ADDS IDENTIFICATION OF DRIVER AND RESCUER- Jason Warnock, left, pulls Mathew Sitko, to safety from an SUV stopped by a chain link fence just short of a 30-foot vertical drop onto Bryden Canyon Road, Wednesday, April 15, 2015, in Lewiston, Idaho. The 23-year-old driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to a hospital, according to authorities. (Barry Kough/Lewiston Tribune via AP)
LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Jason Warnock’s attempt to be an anonymous hero worked out in part. The hero part. Read more...

5 tips on and quick and healthy meals

Putting a healthy meal together can be difficult on a busy weeknight. These quick and healthy meals make even weeknight cooking a breeze. Read more...

Symptoms of a Potassium Deficiency?

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: smart came for the blind

The first white cane for blind people was introduced close to a century ago. Raghav Ganesh thought it was time for an upgrade. (Published Thursday, Apr 16, 2015)
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In 1921, according to the history books, an newly-blind Englishman named James Biggs was feeling threatened by the amount of traffic in his neighborhood. In order to be more visible to motorists, Biggs reportedly painted his cane white.
If true, it means the white cane as an aid to the blind is approaching its 100th birthday.
Which explains why, in true Silicon Valley fashion, Raghav Ganesh thought the world was overdue for the white cane, 2.0.
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