Thursday, January 17, 2019 by: Rhonda Johansson Tags: alternative medicine, cancer DNA, cancer solutions, cancer treatments, Chemotherapy, chromatin, Dangerous Medicine, gene expression, goodcancer, goodhealth, macrogenomics, natural remedies, nutrition, Oncology, research (Natural News) It has been 16 years since the human genome was decoded — an accomplishment that scientists hoped would someday prove useful in cancer therapy. There was an optimistic, if not naive, belief that we could simply “switch off” cancer-causing genes. Nevertheless, oncologists are still encountering problems with this concept more than a decade later. A better option, recent research suggests, may be in a new approach called “macrogenomics” which looks at genes in how they are expressed rather than represented. Professor Vadim Backman from Northwestern University led a fascinating new study which suppressed how cancer cells translate themselves. This is not a new … [Read more...] about Scientists have learned how to interrupt cancer cell growth; allowing them to prevent cancer’s adaptation to treatment
PUBLISHED: 11:30 17 January 2019 Megan Aldous Donna Berry on the pole Picture: SHESIZZLES Archant February is set to be a busy month for Australian dancer Donna Berry as she teaches women to move like Beyoncé. One of Donna's dance groups. Picture: SHESIZZLESDonna Berry has had a colourful array of jobs including a contemporary dancer and a Las Vegas show girl.But now the 49-year-old focuses on empowering women through her adrenaline pumping dance classes.Donna, who lives in Woodbridge, is set to teach the art of pole fitness and burlesque to beginners in Martlesham, Kesgrave and Henley.The classes kick off in February and participants will learn routines similar to what you would see in The Pussycat Dolls music videos. Donna Berry upside down on the poll Picture: SHESIZZLESThe professional dancer said: “The classes are a fantastic way to get fit, you get strong and confident. “The buzz you get from being able to achieve things you never … [Read more...] about Do you fancy learning pole dancing or burlesque?
Tuesday, January 15, 2019 by: Mary Miller Tags: alternative medicine, Anxiety, anxiety relief, Ayurvedic medicine, Brain, brain healing properties, brain health, Centella asiatica, Chinese medicine, emotional health, goodhealth, gotu kola, herbal medicines, herbal remedy, Herbs, mental health, mood, natural cures, natural remedies, neuroprotective, Neurotransmitters, remedies, stress, traditional medicine (Natural News) Gotu kola is a popular herbal remedy that has a long history of being used in Ayurvedic medicine due to its healing properties that can promote mental and emotional health. Despite having the word “kola” in the name, this relaxant herb actually contains no caffeine. When eaten fresh or taken as a tea, gotu kola can provide a number of useful health benefits. It can even be used to alleviate the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Gotu kola is a highly versatile herb that can be used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. You can find it as a part … [Read more...] about Learn how gotu kola reduces stress and anxiety
By John Wildermuth Published 5:41 pm PST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo during a community meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. The mayor is wearing a brace after being hit by a car while biking on New Year's Day. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo during a community meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. The mayor is wearing a brace after being hit by a car while biking on New Year's Day. Photo: Santiago Mejia / The Chronicle Buy photo Photo: Santiago Mejia / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo during a community meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. The mayor is wearing a brace after being hit by a car while biking on New Year's Day. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo during a community meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. The mayor is … [Read more...] about San Jose mayor back after bike crash: ‘I learned that SUVs don’t bend’
PUBLISHED: 17:40 15 January 2019 James Scott Ismail Abdillahi is a first year A-Level and Honours student studying A-Level economics, government and politics and maths. Photo by Newham Sixth Form College Archant Meet Ismail as he settles into his first year at college. Ismail Abdillahi is a first year A-Level and Honours student studying A-Level economics, government and politics and maths. Alongside his course, Ismail is also taking part in the many student development opportunities at NewVIc such as the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) supported by Greenwich University; the Classics programme in partnership with King’s College, and the Wadham Project with Oxford and Cambridge where he has the chance to attend lectures, seminars and go on residential trips. Considering all of this, it’s no surprise that he is also a student ambassador and represents the college at events and Open Days. We caught up with Ismail to find out a little more … [Read more...] about ‘Take a proactive role in learning’: Newham Sixth Form College