New research is indicating that eating more oranges, grapefruits and other citrus fruits could help to offset the effects of age-related cognitive impairment and dementia. The research was conducted by scientists at Tohuku University in Japan.
“Thus said Hashem: I am going to take the stick of Yosef—which is in the hand of Efraim—and of the tribes of Yisrael associated with him, and I will place the stick of Yehuda upon it and make them into one stick; they shall be joined in My hand.” Ezekiel 37:19 (The Israel Bible™)
If you’re the type who thinks that dark stretches of unlit roads are the stuff horror movies are made of, you’re hardly alone. Lots of us feel much safer and more secure in places that are well lit after the sun goes down. And while that artificial lighting may give us a better view of our surroundings and willingness to go out more often at night, it also could be doing us harm. According to new research, nighttime lights might be contributing to the development of breast cancer.
You may have heard all about how enzymes can have an amazing impact on your health.
You may have read a lot of material, health plans and testimonials…but are still feeling a little skeptical about how ‘The Miracle Enzyme’ can benefit or improve your health condition.
Perhaps you’ve tried a wide range of supplements and nothing is working. You’re still suffering and in a tremendous amount of pain, or having to spend your time taking expensive medications – yet nothing is getting to the underlying problem.
By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz September 12, 2017 , 12:30 pm “Hashem formed man from the dust of the earth. He blew into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living being.” Genesis 2:7 (The Israel Bible™)
A classic depiction of the theory of human evolution. (Shutterstock) Fossilized footprints recently discovered in Crete have totally overthrown what scientists believed about the origins of the human species, but, one Jewish scientist explained, pose no problem for people of faith.
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Bernie and Donald AGREE On The “Big Pharma” Issue…
So why can’t we solve this problem, like yesterday?
Opinion by “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
Lately, there has been speculation that there might have been influence by Big Pharma to BLOCK changes to the Health Care System, during the “Repeal and Replace ObamaCare” action.
Someone dies of a stroke every 4 minutes in the United States. Globally, 15 million people suffer a stroke every year. It’s debilitating physically and financially—but one little-known company has developed a medical device that hopes to challenge that deadly statistic.
It’s been quietly developing this new technology for 10 years. Now it’s released updated preliminary clinical trial results, and signed a manufacturing deal which could make a significant impact in the medical device industry.
This is not about creating zombies-those so-called living (or walking) dead that are very popular and make a really great theme for TV shows and movies.
Even the Game of Thrones has its version of the living dead with them nasty creatures called White Walkers and Wights.
But then again, that’s only science fiction, isn’t it? Well, maybe not. In fact, this science-fiction plot could soon play out in real life. Read on.
In 1966, just over 50 years ago, the distinguished Canadian-born anthropologist Anthony Wallace confidently predicted the global demise of religion at the hands of an advancing science: ‘belief in supernatural powers is doomed to die out, all over the world, as a result of the increasing adequacy and diffusion of scientific knowledge’. Wallace’s vision was not exceptional. On the contrary, the modern social sciences, which took shape in 19th-century western Europe, took their own recent historical experience of secularisation as a universal model.
Much has been said about the rise of the religiously unaffiliated here in America, but over in England it seems the situation is much more dire than it is here in the states.
In fact, more than half — 53 percent — of Brits now report that they are not at all religious, up five percentage points since 2015, the Independent reported.