Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Smarter Living Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Smarter Living | How to Crush Your Habits in the New Year with the Help of Science Supported by Make 2019 the year you actually do all the things you want to do. We asked the experts and checked the journals for the most useful tips you can take to heart. BySusan Shain Dec. 31, 2018 It’s the shiniest time of year: that hopeful period when we imagine how remarkable — how fit and kind, how fiscally responsible — our future selves could be. And while you may think “new year, new you” is nothing more than a cringey, magazine-cover trope, research supports its legitimacy. “It’s not like there’s something magical about Dec. 31,” explained Charles Duhigg, the author of “The Power of Habit.” “What is magical is our mind’s capacity to … [Read more...] about How to Crush Your Habits in the New Year with the Help of Science
Where are memories stored in the human brain
Saturday, November 03, 2018 by: S.D. Wells Tags: ASD, autism, autism not genetic, autism not inherited, autism vaccines, badhealth, Big Pharma, brain health, cdc coverup, chemical medicine racket, Dangerous Medicine, deception, disease causes, flu shot mercury, heavy metal toxins, medical myths, mercury in vaccines, propaganda, Vaccine dangers, vaccine toxins, vaccines cause autism (Natural News) Nursing homes and retirement “villages” in America are chock full of elderly folks who are victims of brittle bones, dementia, strokes, heart attacks, osteoporosis, and severe arthritis. Yet, something is missing, and it’s more obvious than a trumpeting elephant in a small room full of people. Where are all the autistic senior citizens? Does the government ship them all off to some special island where it’s kept hush-hush and they receive all the special treatment they need? (Of course not…) Today’s medical “establishment” claims that most … [Read more...] about If autism is hereditary, then where are all the retirement homes full of autistic people?
Monday, September 03, 2018 by: S.D. Wells Tags: badfood, badhealth, canola rapeseed, canola research, canola science, canola study, dementia, disease causes, groceries, heart disease, ingredients, memory loss, mind body science, Rapeseed oil (Natural News) What kind of food never spoils? You get one guess. That’s right – the kind you should never eat. So then why do you think most health food stores use canola oil mixed into nearly every packaged and jarred food on their shelves? The honest answer is they’re trying to make more money. Insects won’t go near canola oil – there’s a sign not to eat it right there. Its shelf life runs close to forever. Mix canola oil into salad dressings, mayonnaise, potato salad, macaroni salad, hummus, cereal, or corn chips and their shelf life extends almost indefinitely. Plus canola oil is the cheapest “food” oil on the planet. Canola oil gets fancy, appealing labels too, like “expeller … [Read more...] about Canola oil is the margarine of yesteryear for uneducated health enthusiasts who have no idea it clogs blood and promotes dementia
Health Dementia Sleep Sleep apnea A common sleep disorder could cause changes in the brain also seen in those with early stage Alzheimer's disease, a study has suggested.Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a relatively common sleep disorder where a person’s breathing is interrupted when the walls of their throat relax and narrow. Symptoms of the condition include loud snoring and breathing noisily, gasping and snorting during sleep. Some also experience night sweats, and need to urinate frequently during the night. It is feared the resulting interruptions of oxygen supply to the body shrink the brain’s temporal lobes, which help to store memories and appear to be affected in those with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Most common in older people, OSA is already linked to conditions such as cancer, stroke and cardiovascular disease. Professor Sharon Naismith, author of the study from Australia's University of Sydney School of Psychology, told … [Read more...] about Common Sleep Disorder Tied to Changes in Part of Brain Linked to Alzheimer’s, Study Suggests
Wednesday, May 09, 2018 by: David Williams Tags: Brain, brain health, changing memories, human brain, human memories, memories, memory, memory prosthesis, mental health, modifying memories, Recall, research (Natural News) The human brain holds many mysteries, among which are the specifics of how exactly memories work. There are a lot of different theories as to how the brain operates as far as memory as a function is concerned, but now researchers have finally made some real progress towards a better understanding of it. To be more specific, a group of scientists from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and the University of Southern California (USC) have managed to develop a new kind of “prosthetic system” which is said to use an individual’s memory patterns to tap into the brain’s natural ability to encode and recall memory. The researchers shared the details of their method in a paper titled, “Developing a hippocampal neural prosthetic to … [Read more...] about Researchers create memory prosthesis that can boost recall in humans by around 40 percent