Posts Tagged ‘wellness’

5 Wellness Benefits from Decluttering Your Home – But a Little Bit of Mess is a Good Thing

September 10th, 2020 By Nikki Harper Staff Writer for Wake Up World Do you sometimes (or often!) stop, look around your home, sigh and promise yourself that you must clear up the clutter? You’re certainly not alone in having too much ‘stuff’, too poorly organized in your home. Research has found that Americans on average […]

What if Chelsea Manning Had Been Home When Police Broke into Her Home for ‘Wellness Check’?

The Montgomery County Police Department in Bethesda, Maryland, conducted what they called a “wellness” or “welfare check” and broke into Chelsea Manning’s home with guns drawn. Fortunately, Manning was not home or else an encounter may have ended in death. A Treatment Advocacy Center (TAC) study from December 2015 found “people with untreated mental illness are 16 […]

Wellness Programs for Seniors to Include Virtual Reality When VR Side Effects Include Balance Issues, Behavioral Changes, Headaches and Sore Eyes.

April 16, 2018 By B.N. Frank Getting old has never been for sissies.  Today’s seniors are also experiencing a world that’s become addicted to technology.  Now Virtual Reality is being marketed to them as part of “Wellness Programs” “The spillover effects from the VR experience surprised Visual’s president Esra Kucukciftci and founder/CEO Chuck […]

20 Health Benefits of Fasting for Whole Body Wellness

July 7th, 2017 By Dr. Edward Group Guest Writer for Wake Up World Fasting has been recognized for its many health benefits dating back to Hippocrates. These benefits extend to everything from better weight management, improved cardiovascular health, healthier blood composition, and better cell recycling, among many others. Although there is not an abundance of […]

Trinity’s Spiritual Wellness Smoothie with Hemp, Maca & Moringa – A Recipe to Nourish the Soul

May 30th, 2017 By Trinity Bourne Contributing writer for Wake Up World Every morsel we eat plays a role on our spiritual journey. The energy of our food becomes a part of our being, it goes soul deep – flooding into our cells; directly impacting our vibration by either lowering or raising it (depending on what […]

Federal plan for N. Syria gains ground with US-backed forces

     As an alliance of U.S.-backed militias advance against Islamic State in northern Syria, their political allies are making progress of their own toward a new federal system of government which they hope will take root in newly captured areas. The autonomous federation being planned by Syrian Kurdish parties and their allies is taking shape […]

Mysteries of the Pineal Gland Ignored by Mainstream Science and Research

Christina Sarich, StaffWaking Times There is an endocrine gland within our bodies that, when unimpeded, receives more blood flow per cubic volume than almost any organ in the body, including the heart.[1][2] It has been written about in masked language, or painted in art throughout the ages, and represented in a […]

Our pungent history: Sweat, stink and perfume

     Consider the sweet, intoxicating smell of a rose: While it might seem superficial, the bloom’s lovely odor is actually an evolutionary tactic meant to ensure the plant’s survival by attracting pollinators from miles away. Since ancient times, the rose’s aroma has also drawn people under its spell, becoming one of the most popular extracts […]

What’s the point of being invisible if you’re blind?

     Invisibility is one of those science fiction superpowers, along with flight or super speed, that most everyone has at least dreamt of having. In our current age, with the emerging science of metamaterials, invisibility seems closer than ever to becoming a reality. But there is still one problem: if a person achieved true, perfect […]

Shameless! Turkish govt takes over opposition Zaman daily – 1st edition sees smiling Erdogan on front page

     The editorial policy of Turkey’s best-selling Zaman newspaper, formerly critical of the government, has apparently gone through a change. The Sunday edition, under a newly appointed administration, now appears to support the official line. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan can be seen on the new Zaman daily’s front page, smiling in an article announcing a […]

The Importance of Individuality On Your Path – This Is YOUR Day!

17th November 2015 By Open Contributing Writer for Wake Up World You’re an individual. You’re unique. And you have so very much to offer to life and the world. Sometimes in spiritual circles, I notice that in working to advance, there’s a perception that you should be like ‘this’, or that you should emulate some […]

Refugees refusing to leave bus in ‘too cold’ Swedish village to be removed

From: theguardian.com Swedish authorities were called on Wednesday to remove a group of refugees who have refused to get off a bus after being taken to a village three days ago, saying it was “too cold” and isolated. “There are 14 people inside and around the buses who don’t want to […]

Scientists on the verge of creating light-based computers

     Have you ever wondered why we don’t use light to transmit messages? Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, but while we use light to carry signals along fiber optic cables, we use electrons to process sound and information in our phones and computers. The reason has always been because light particles […]

Legalized child abuse: Children can be hit as "punishment" in 19 US states

     Every single school day in the United States, an estimated 838 students face corporal punishment from school staff, despite overwhelming studies indicating the practice is ineffective and can have long-term negative effects. “The school nurse, as an advocate for the health and well-being of students, must take the position that corporal punishment places students […]

Emanuel requires city workers enroll in wellness program or pay

  Lauren JiggettsNBC Chicago September 17, 2011 Mayor Rahm Emanuel is giving city workers an important health choice: enroll in a new wellness plan, expected to be unveiled Friday, or pay a higher premium. The price if they don’t enroll: $50 a month. The program includes an initial screening that focuses on preventative care for […]

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