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100 Wonderful Ways To Live To 100

  Want to add more and better years to your life? Now is the time. We’re living longer than ever: The average American that was born in 2013 will be…

Religious people cope better with cancer than non believers, a study suggests.

Those with the greatest faith said they had better physical health, greater ability to carry on doing everyday tasks and fewer physical symptoms of cancer Religion and spirituality were a…

Get more sleep, government tells middle aged

The Telegraph: by Sarah Knapton — The government is to launch a new campaign asking middle aged people to make seven lifestyle changes including getting more sleep Middle-aged people will…

Darwin not first to discover heterostyly in plants: study

Documents dating back to the 16th century show that naturalist Charles Darwin was not the first to discover the existence of heterostyly – floral forms that differ in male and…

Religion Better for Mental Health Than Sport, Study Finds

Newsweek: Researchers from the London School of Economics (LSE) and the Erasmus University Medical Center in the Netherlands studied the impact of various social activities on depressive symptoms in older…

THE AMAZING EFFECTS COCONUT OIL HAS ON YOUR BODY!

The Spirit Science: by Saso Denkovik Coconut oil is one of the few foods that can truly be described as a superfood. Coconut oil contains a unique combination of fatty…

Innovations by Muslims that shaped the modern world

Most people have the erroneous opinion that Coffee comes from Italy when in reality, Yemen is where the ubiquitous brew has its true origins. Along with the first university, and…

Scientists answer Questions about Science and Religion

These answers have been taken from the workshop, organized by Christine Legare at the University of Texas at Austin, aimed to encourage a sophisticated, evidence-based look at the psychology behind…

Easy DNA Editing Will Remake the World. Buckle Up.

Source: Wired.com Spiny grass and scraggly pines creep amid the arts-and-crafts buildings of the Asilomar Conference Grounds, 100 acres of dune where California’s Monterey Peninsula hammerheads into the Pacific. It’s…

WE NEVER REALLY DIE: THE SCIENCE BEHIND ETERNAL CONSCIOUSNESS

thespiritscience: by Saso Denkovic —  A book called “Biocentrism: How life and consciousness are the keys to understanding the true nature and the universe” stirred the Internet, stating that life…

Shelter from the storm in Europe

Jun 29,2015 –  by Mohamed A. El-Erian Dark clouds are lowering over Europe’s economic future, as three distinct tempests gather: the Greek crisis, Russia’s incursion in Ukraine and the rise…

6th mass extinction already here as species disappear 100 times faster – study

  The world is on the brink of its sixth mass extinction, as animals are disappearing 100 times faster than previously, scientists warned in a new report. They also say…

Medical Benefits of Fasting

……………………… Scientists say that the ratio of sugar in the blood begins at 80-110 mg/100 cc, which is the normal ratio of sugar in the blood. But after fasting for…

Scientists Develop Chips Made Mostly From Wood

6/12/2015 6:52PM Scientist from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have created a new type of semiconductor chip that’s almost entirely made of wood.Photo: Yei Hwan Jung…

Scientists turn germ cells in the ovaries into sperm instead of eggs

(Source: David Marchal/iStockphoto) A gene that controls whether germ cells eventually become sperm or eggs has been identified by scientists. Their research, which provides insight into the mysterious biology of…

A university professor in London quits after railing against women in the sciences

Business Insider: by Bryan Logan — Dr. Tim Hunt, head of cell cycle control at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund is pictured after winning the Nobel Prize for Medicine in…

Greece to miss IMF payments amid fears of ‘catastrophic’ eurozone rupture. A Greek reversion to the Drachma would be an irreversible “disaster” for the entire euro project, Yanis Varoufakis warns

Greece’s long-term future in the eurozone still hangs in the balance Photo: AFP By Peter Spence, Economics Correspondent  24 May 2015 Greece will be unable to find the €1.6bn (£1.1bn) sum…

The Great Debate That’s billion, with a bee: Measuring the massive cost of hive collapse

Rueters: The makers of insecticides containing neonics, Bayer and Syngenta chief among them, have a lot to lose if regulatory bodies end up siding with the environmentalists. More than 90…

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