Remarkable Woman Marie Felan: From teen mom to raising $35M for nonprofits




Type 2 Diabetes – Deficiency of A Brain Protein Linked With Early Brain Malfunction and Dementia

Brain-derived neurotrophic factor also referred to as BDNF, is a protein found in the central nervous system: the brain and spinal cord. It helps in the growth, maturation, and maintenance of nerve cells, and helps individual nerve cells that make up the brain, communicate with each other and is vital for both learning and memory. It is thought to help manage eating, drinking, body weight, Type 2 diabetes, and poor brain function.

Healthy Living – Managing Ongoing Fatigue

If there is one thing frustrating to just about everyone, it is ongoing fatigue. You feel tired, daily, and nothing you are doing seems to be fixing it. You may have tried medications at this point, only to see no results at all. What gives? Sometimes, the problem with managing ongoing tiredness is we dial in too much on the fatigue and don’t look at the bigger picture. Let us take a look at some of the reasons you may be suffering from exhaustion and what can be done to help. Keep in mind everyone is unique, so you need to learn about your body and look at your lifestyle as a whole.

Should You Talk To Strangers?

I didn’t grow up avoiding people I didn’t know. As a matter of fact, if I did pass someone on the street without saying “hi” or “hello’ to them, I would then suffer the consequences when I got home. Why? you may ask. Incidentally the person I may have passed on the street new my parents, and would complain that their son was very rude to them, passing without saying hello. What should we then teach our kids? And what should we teach ourselves?

What If You Could Control An Illness With Your Mind?

Most people are very well-aware of the power of suggestion. There is scientific proof that we have the potential to use our minds to heal us of illness. What was once considered pseudoscience is no longer. An example of this is the placebo effect.

Yes, It Happened, It Really Did

An unusually common phenomenon: the surreal experience. The death and life of a loved one. A traumatising event. An unprecedented moment. The first time we were overwhelmed beyond capacity of response. When we’re overcome… yes, until we are, we don’t recognise it as a possibility.

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