n her book, she discusses the groundbreaking work of psychologist John Gottman and his team. Over many years they observed hundreds of couples and noted their facial expressions, heart rates, blood pressure, skin conductivity, and the words they used in conversation with their partners. They discovered low-risk couples have more positive interactions with each other, and high-risk couples tend to spiral into negativity. Source: A mathematical formula reveals the secret to lasting relationships – ScienceAlert Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it

Ignore the irrelevant part about “calories”. This is really interesting and makes absolute sense to me. As I have changed my diet over the years to manage autoimmune disease and even recently when I went on a very strict regime with nothing that anyone would think was fun food, I am getting clear satisfaction and even joy out of my very boring daily breakfast. It totally makes sense to me that I have retrained my brain (accidentally) and I am getting all the dopamine reward I need from my ultra boring restricted diet that I would have got form cooked cheese and gluten in myRead More →

Wow, more poisons in our world, in our water and earth. From a tiny flaw in a CFL light bulb: CFLs are marketed as “safe” and don’t pose any health risks as long as the glass remains intact. The danger comes if the bulbs are cracked, broken or not disposed of properly. Although it sounds like a miniscule amount – 4 to 5 milligrams – there is enough mercury in just one fluorescent light bulb to contaminate 6,000 gallons of water. So what does that mean if a CFL is cracked or breaks in our homes, releasing mercury vapors in an enclosed area? Consumers –Read More →

A soil-based bacteria could possibly trigger MS, according to very exciting news from a new study by Weill Cornell Medical College. This is a very promising development in the MS research field since the trigger has thus far remained very elusive. Source: Multiple Sclerosis Trigger or False Hope – Sleeping With MS Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it

A soil-based bacteria could possibly trigger MS, according to very exciting news from a new study by Weill Cornell Medical College. This is a very promising development in the MS research field since the trigger has thus far remained very elusive. Source: Multiple Sclerosis Trigger or False Hope – Sleeping With MS Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it

In his new book “How to Raise a Wild Child,” Dr. Scott D. Sampson argues that the current disconnect between kids and the natural world is a threat to their physical, mental, and emotional health. Source: Swapping Screen Time for Getting Dirty: Why Kids Need to Spend More Time Outside by Shannon Hayes — YES! Magazine Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it