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We offer information on natural and holistic solutions to various issues. When we present information on essential oils, we refer to therapeutic grade essential oils. We have used many different brands of oils over the past 30 years. The best results, in our experience, come with the use of Young Living essential oils, so all information is based on the use of these particular oils. Young Living E

ssential Oils have been used with animals and humans for many years. This fact has created a great data base of information and users' experience to draw from. The use of essential oils that have not been evaluated and proven safe for use is not recommended, and may prove dangerous for you or your animals. You can purchase Young Living oils from my website: http://www.youngliving.com/grainsofhope . It is not intended to diagnose, prescribe or treat any illness. If you or your animal has a health concern, you are encouraged to seek the counsel of a health care professional who is knowledgeable in your area of interest. Each reader is responsible for educating him or herself on the use of any natural products or methods mentioned on this page. The administrator is not responsible for an individual's use or misuse of this information.

Generational analysis .. interesting perspective ...
03/20/2023

Generational analysis .. interesting perspective ...

Each generation has a virtue to give the world or a vice to gain. Since the 'greatest generation' we've been in a spiral gathering up demonic influence from...

People with different types of dementia walk in differing patterns.
09/24/2019

People with different types of dementia walk in differing patterns.

People with two common types of dementia, Lewy body dementia, and Alzheimer's disease, have unique walking patterns. The gait type signals subtle differences between the two disorders. Those with Lew body dementia change their steps more, varying the step time and length. They also display more asym...

Subliminal brain networks are strong.
07/22/2019

Subliminal brain networks are strong.

Network nodes that process conscious perception are built on top of the subliminal state, which represents the core of the network. A mathematical model suggests the subliminal state is the most robust part of the consciousness network.

Why do some people love music while others can do without?
06/28/2019

Why do some people love music while others can do without?

White matter connectivity between the auditory processing areas and brain areas associated with reward may explain why we like, or dislike music.

Medicinal mushrooms are Nature's secret to body balance and optimum immunity.
03/23/2019

Medicinal mushrooms are Nature's secret to body balance and optimum immunity.

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A whole different view of Dyslexia
10/24/2017

A whole different view of Dyslexia

Dyslexia is believed to affect somewhere between 5% to 17% of the population. And a major breakthrough has changed the way we look at the disorder.

Art that amazes:
06/22/2017

Art that amazes:

Drawn and etched with algorithms, Greg Dunn’s masterpiece is unique in more ways than one

The most powerful memory enhancer is something new. ;)
06/01/2017

The most powerful memory enhancer is something new. ;)

Researches report memory isn't a single entity and memory formation can be enhanced by different brain states.

In addition, certain drugs, including SSRIs and ma*****na interfere with REM sleep cycles. Can this be a problem?
05/30/2017

In addition, certain drugs, including SSRIs and ma*****na interfere with REM sleep cycles. Can this be a problem?

'Diagnosing REM disorders may allow us to provide individuals with preventative actions to keep them healthy.'

Advance in diagnosis in traumatic brain injury
03/12/2017

Advance in diagnosis in traumatic brain injury

A new study reports microwave measurements can rapidly detect intracranial bleeding in those who suffer TBI.

Benefits of Pink noise?
03/10/2017

Benefits of Pink noise?

Sound may be an important part of helping all of us finally get a good night's rest, and not only that, improve our memories, according to a new Northwestern University study.

5 ways to tame the beast
12/03/2016

5 ways to tame the beast

New research offers clues for effectively defusing explosive outbursts of anger.

Do you have a child (or yourself) with reading difficulties?
07/04/2016

Do you have a child (or yourself) with reading difficulties?

Reading Bear is a collection of free, well-made, multimedia phonics presentations. Your child can learn to read with Reading Bear.

04/29/2016
How do we acquire languagw?
04/05/2016

How do we acquire languagw?

Is language innate? How did we get language?

Are humans naturally altruistic?
03/19/2016

Are humans naturally altruistic?

It's an age-old quandary: Are we born "noble savages" whose best intentions are corrupted by civilization, as the 18th century Swiss philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau contended? Or are we fundamentally selfish brutes who need civilization to rein in our base impulses, as the 17th century English phi…

Early medical intervention effects later health - sometimes in negative ways.
02/04/2016

Early medical intervention effects later health - sometimes in negative ways.

A f***l sample analysis of 98 Swedish infants over the first year of life found a connection between the development of a child's gut microbiome and the way he or she is delivered. Babies born via C-section had gut bacteria that showed significantly less resemblance to their mothers compared to thos…

Both children and women benefit from breastfeeding
01/30/2016

Both children and women benefit from breastfeeding

THURSDAY, Jan. 28, 2016 (HealthDay News) - If nearly all women worldwide breastfed their infants and young children, there would be about 800,000 fewer children's deaths and 20,000 fewer breast...

Artificial Sweetener - Fail
01/26/2016

Artificial Sweetener - Fail

Sugar cravings can never be satisfied by artifical sweetener, as it is the calorie high, not the sweetness which keeps people coming back for more, scientists at Yale University has found....

Some people's brains may give an advantage in learning a second language.
01/20/2016

Some people's brains may give an advantage in learning a second language.

Learning a second language is easier for some adults than others, and innate differences in how the various parts of the brain "talk" to one another may help explain why, according to a study published January 20 in the Journal of Neuroscience.

This us used as a whitener in foods
12/15/2015

This us used as a whitener in foods

Even moderate concentrations of a nanoparticle used to whiten certain foods, milk and toothpaste could potentially compromise the brain's most numerous cells, according to a new study from the...

A hand full of industrial chemicals linked to neuro-developmental disorders. You may recognize some of these.
11/21/2015

A hand full of industrial chemicals linked to neuro-developmental disorders. You may recognize some of these.

Exposures in early life to neurotoxic chemicals can cause a wide range of adverse effects on brain development and maturation that can manifest as functional impairments or disease at any point in the human lifespan, from early infancy to very old age.

A new theory about epilepsy
11/19/2015

A new theory about epilepsy

In epilepsy, nerve cells lose their usual rhythm, and ion channels, which have a decisive influence on their excitability, are involved. A team of researchers under the direction of the...

SAD effects of "foods" on the brain
10/04/2015

SAD effects of "foods" on the brain

You might want to rethink that next cola and hamburger as these foods may be shrinking your brain. New research in the online journal BMC Medicine found that the Standard American Diet (SAD)...

How does a low carb diet effect your health?
10/04/2015

How does a low carb diet effect your health?

Everywhere I turn it seems that there's another spin on low-carb diets. There's Atkins, Paleo, LCHF (low-carb, high-fat) and meat and cheese diets, to name a few, with a new one popping up...

What sort of associations would you make?
09/14/2015

What sort of associations would you make?

Extraordinary abilities - from memory to supercharged creativity - may be within reach for all of us, says neuroscientist Berit Brogaard, PhD, coauthor of the new book The Superhuman Mind. We...

...you need to wade into the discomfort of that reaction. You have to get curious about it,...
09/01/2015

...you need to wade into the discomfort of that reaction. You have to get curious about it,...

It's tense.

How a new father's brain changes Hint: the changes are slower than Moms' and elicit some very different attitudes - surp...
08/24/2015

How a new father's brain changes Hint: the changes are slower than Moms' and elicit some very different attitudes - surprised?

Dad's mental shifts are different from mom's By Esther Landhuis Aug 13, 2015 The birth of a child leaves its mark on the brain. Most investigations of these changes have focused...

08/19/2015

Does over thinking sabotage your creative process?

"...imagination stems from a widespread network of brain areas that collectively manipulate ideas, images and symbols...."

Time flies - why does time seem to go more quickly as we age?
07/27/2015

Time flies - why does time seem to go more quickly as we age?

17 mins ago Spending a month eagerly awaiting Christmas when you’re five years old feels roughly the same as waiting a year when you’re 54. At five, a month is almost 2% of your entire life...

Brain damage caused by alcohol/drug addiction is similar to that caused by stroke. Looking for ways to repair the damage...
07/27/2015

Brain damage caused by alcohol/drug addiction is similar to that caused by stroke. Looking for ways to repair the damage.

Neuroscientist Woody Hopf opens a cabinet in his alcohol research laboratory at the University of California , San Francisco . Inside is a cage containing a rat that is being taught addictive...

Parkinson's is even more widespread in the body than first thought.
07/05/2015

Parkinson's is even more widespread in the body than first thought.

According to a new study, Parkinson's disease could begin in the gut and spread to the brain via the vagus nerve.

What happens to neurons when a new memory is formed?
07/03/2015

What happens to neurons when a new memory is formed?

The Neuroscience of Forming New MemoriesSource: Vladgrain/Shutterstock In a breakthrough discovery, an international team of neuroscientists has identified how individual neurons in the brain fire...

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Resources for nutritional information
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Interactive map of the brain
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