Heart of Mind Radio, Saturday March 17, 2018 On today’s Heart Of Mind, Radio for the New Millennium host Kathryn Davis speaks with Dr. Jewel Pookrum, Chancellor of the J.E.W.E.L. University of Immortal Sciences and former Private Physician to Nelson Mandela. For decades, Dr. Pookrum, has been aiding and educating individuals to expand and heal their lives in areas of health, purpose, and consciousness. If you have been seeking your purpose, fearful …
Peppermint tea tested against for memory and cognition In a release from the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conference in Nottingham, researchers have found that peppermint tea can immediately increase short- and long-term memory. The researchers, Dr. Mark Moss, Robert Jones and Lucy Moss from the UK’s Northumbria University, tested 180 healthy people. They were randomly selected to drink peppermint tea, chamomile tea …
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary gave you information on these great topics below and played great videos for you to hear and watch. Click on the links below to watch or read.
Life expectancy for white women falls slightly in U.S.
Better sleep and tai chi reduce inflammation and promote health
Talk outshines light in preventing return of winter blues, says new UVM study
Brain’s immune system could be harnessed to fight Alzheimer’s
Reducing cholesterol with food made from soybeans and amaranth
Masculinity + energy drinks = sleep problems
Gary takes a quick break and plays this jam: The Brothers Johnson – Stomp!
FDA looks to expand electroshock use despite significant risks and no proven benefit
FDA to declassify electroshock therapy to same risk category as condoms and contact lenses
VIDEO: The problem with millennials
VIDEO: URGENT – Fox news caught using fake video of riots!
Gary takes a very quick break and comes back with these great videos to end the show:
VIDEO: The truth about public education. Public schools? More like indoctrination camps.
VIDEO: Pentagon Employee Witness Says There Was No Plane on 9-11-2001!
VIDEO: Conan O’Brien fully exposes mainstream media
Sometimes scientific studies reaffirm things we already knew based on good ol’ common sense. You can look at those studies and be all, “Ugh, lol, duh, #wasteofmoney,” or you can say, “Wow, huh, I guess maybe now we can try to get to the root of all these human experiences we take for granted.” This is one of those studies. …
Rutgers scientists have taken a step toward understanding how sexual aggression alters the female brain. In a recent study in Scientific Reports, lead author Tracey Shors, professor in the Department of Psychology and Center for Collaborative Neuroscience in the School of Arts and Sciences, discovered that prepubescent female rodents paired with sexually experienced males had elevated levels of stress hormones, could …
Award-winning columnist ROBERT KOEHLER talks with us about refugees and compassion as the “Squirming Buddha” seeks a balance among difficult choices.
Bob’s always-cogent columns speak to us of the dilemma of NOT being a refugee and of facing the reality of how one would act as an individual in the face of the need for sharing and personal cost.
He tells a simple story of finding money on the street and then NOT giving it to a panhandler in need. Of housing a political refugee for five years and living through the day-to-day difficulties of doing a good deed.
We start with a talk about the REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE and the astonishing spectacle of 11 (ELEVEN!) candidates strewn across a stage in the Ronald Reagan library, yelling about legal pot and wars unfought. An event to shake the very roots of Solartopia.
This week we interview award-winning author Daniel Quinn. Quinn’s initial book, Ishmael received the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship. More of Quinn’s work can be found at http://www.ishmael.org/
I am inspired by the very definition of self-reliance: to be reliant on one’s own capabilities, judgment, or resources. Ultimately, it is the epitome of independence and lays the groundwork of what we are all striving for – to live a life based on our personal principles and beliefs. It is a concept rooted in the groundwork that made America great. Being dependent on our own …