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Leid Stories—It’s A Very White World, Again—10.17.17

Leid Stories looks at the way the media define our reality by boldly reinforcing white-supremacist values in their editorial content—signifying a return to the “old days” when whiteness was the standard by which all things, and people, were measured. No, it’s not the ascendancy of Donald Trump or right-wing ideology in America, says Leid Stories, it might just be that …

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People who admire Renaissance paintings ‘see stress hormone levels drop by 60 per cent’

Experts studied 100 people during a visit to Italy’s Basilica of Vicoforte The famous artwork had a beneficial effect on 90 per cent of participants Saliva tests showed that cortisol levels had reduced by more than half From Modigliani to Hockney, art has long been admired for its contribution to culture. But researchers are now claiming that a creative’s craft …

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Love Lust And Laughter – 02.09.16

Dr. Charlie Glickman (www.MakeSexEasy.com) returned to the program. He is a sex and relationship coach, sex educator, and sexological bodyworker. Dr. Charlie and Caroline, a Tantra teacher, will do a workshop February 19th in Oakland, CA blending Tantra and BDSM. Techniques in both realms will be learned: exploring/playing out fantasies, quieting the mind, stillness, sacred-spot massages for both genders. We discussed how breath work can help men reduce anxiety – helping them to overcome PE and ED (go to Dr. Charlie’s website and blog – “Calming Breath Work”). Prostate pleasure…when is it time for a toy? To cum or not to cum? Tune-in so that you’ll have more fun this Valentine’s Day!

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Humans began altering natural world 6,000 years ago

Scientists have found an abrupt change about 6,000 years ago in how terrestrial plant and animal species coexisted, right about the time human populations were ballooning and agriculture was spreading around the world. The findings suggest that human activity had reached a tipping point where hunting and farming were impacting the natural world in irreversible ways — changes that have …

New Scientific Review: ‘No Evidence’ Water Fluoridation Prevents Cavities – Anthony Gucciardi

A new and highly-needed scientific review has found that there’s no real evidence linking water fluoridation with cavity prevention, further proving that the IQ-damaging substance known as sodium fluoride truly does not have a place in our water supply. It was back in 2012 that I shared with you the results from a major Harvard study that revealed the dark relationship between …

WE HAVE NO IDEA HOW BIASED WE ARE

It has been well established that people have a “bias blind spot,” meaning that they are less likely to detect bias in themselves than others. However, it hasn’t been clear how blind we are to our own actual degree of bias, and how many of us think we are less biased than others. Researchers have developed a tool to measure …

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New Research: Fluoridated water increases ADHD rates

 More than four out of five of America’s largest cities add fluoride to municipal water sources, a trend that has been growing since Grand Rapids, Michigan became the first to do it in 1945. For decades, scientists have been enamored with the association between fluoridated water and a decreased rate of tooth decay among the communities that drink it.  But, this …

The Fluoride Controversy Continues: An Update – Part 3

By Gary Null, PhD, and Martin Feldman, MD   In Parts 1 and 2 of this three-part series, we discussed a number of problems surrounding the use of water fluoridation, including questions about its effectiveness in reducing dental decay, the thin margin of safety that exists for fluoride and the exposure we face to fluoride from multiple sources. We also …