Is Your Childhood Blueprint Holding You Back?

Do you find you don’t deal with situations or relationships as successfully as you’d like? Do you feel depressed, anxious, or think negative things about yourself, others or the world? If so, it could be that your blueprint is holding you back. You can think of your blueprint as everything you felt, saw, thought, touch,

Molluscum Contagiosum: Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Viruses of different kinds can cause numerous diseases, some of which can be irritating and even life-threatening. One such example is the poxvirus, which is a precursor to infections like molluscum contagiosum and monkeypox.1 What Is Molluscum Contagiosum? Molluscum contagiosum refers to a skin condition caused by a poxvirus of the same name.

Parents of sick babies need more leave, charity says

Image copyright Submitted picture Image caption After Gabriel was born 15 weeks premature, his mum had to leave her job Two thirds of fathers of premature and sick babies are being forced to return to work while their child is in intensive care, a charity has said. Of 737 parents surveyed by the neonatal charity

Is a Plant-Based Diet Best for Us?

Over the last few years, I’ve felt an increasing unrest at something I’ve observed in real food communities and groups…. Mainly the idea that there is one specific diet that is great for everyone, and that each group seems to have found this holy grail of protocols. The research continually points to personalization and diet

Psychology Around the Net: February 16, 2019

Are you ready to get all the latest on whether or not talking to bots is good for your mental health, how your occupation can affect how effective your depression treatments are, and the difference between shameful secrets and guilty secrets (and which ones hurt us more)? We hope so, because we have all that

White Pepper Versus Black Pepper: Which Is Better?

Pepper is the most traded spice in the world, accounting for one-fifth of all imported spices worldwide. The pepper market, worth $4.69 billion, grew by 9 percent in value and 4 percent in quantity between 2012 and 2016, suggesting that people’s palettes continue to demand pepper’s warm, earthy flavor.1 In the U.S. and throughout

Medicinal cannabis: Why has it taken so long to get to patients?

Image copyright Google Medicinal cannabis was legalised last year but so far, virtually no-one in the UK has been able to access it. Now, enough cannabis to treat 30 patients for a month has arrived in the UK from the Netherlands. Four patients with prescriptions, all to treat chronic pain, will receive cannabis-derived medicines immediately.

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