Top 7 Benefits of Magnesium


Magnesium is intimately involved in over 600 reactions in the body including the metabolism of food, the transmission of nerve impulses, the synthesis of fatty acids and proteins, muscle movements, gene maintenance and protein formation. Continue reading

Cheese Is One of the Most Neuroprotective Foods


  • Out of 49 whole foods, cheese was “by far” the most protective food when it comes to avoiding age-related cognitive problems
  • Those who ate cheese daily had better fluid intelligence scores over time; red wine and lamb consumption also had a favorable effect
  • The researchers concluded that modifying your daily meal plans may minimize cognitive decline while adding cheese, red wine and weekly lamb may improve long-term cognitive function
  • When you eat natural cheese, you get valuable fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals and amino acids that protect your brain and overall health; raw grass fed cheese is best in terms of nutritional punch

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The Visionaries Who Believe We Can Live Forever

“We may have a society in which robots will drift away from total metal toward the organic, and human beings will drift away from the total organic toward the metal and plastic, and that somewhere in the middle they may eventually meet.” Continue reading

Injectable Biochip for SARS-CoV-2 Detection Near FDA Approval


  • Profusa, in partnership with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has created an injectable biosensor capable of detecting the presence of an infection in your body
  • Injectable hydrogel biosensors are not rejected as foreign bodies like earlier implants, instead becoming one with your own tissue
  • The technology consists of three components: the implanted sensor, a reader placed on the surface of the skin, and the software that allows the reader to send the collected data via Bluetooth to your phone or tablet, which in turn can be connected to other online sources such as your doctor’s website
  • Profusa’s DARPA-backed technology will be able to detect the presence of flu-like infections — including SARS-CoV-2 infections — in the population before they become symptomatic. As such, the biosensors may become part of future pandemic detection systems
  • Mass surveillance of biological data will require massively increased bandwidth in cellphone and Wi-Fi networks, and it’s possible that this is why governments are rushing implementation of 5G networks around the world without giving potentially adverse effects a second thought

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Harvard doctoral student claims that 2+2 is indeed equal to 5

When someone is asked to answer the common mathematical equation two plus two, they would usually answer “four” in a quick manner. However, a doctoral student from Harvard University claims the correct answer is “five,” not “four.” Continue reading

Can Rosemary Improve Cognitive Function?


  • In a study of 28 older adults, those consuming a low dose of dried rosemary powder had improvements in speed of memory, which may be a predictor of cognitive function during aging
  • This suggests that using rosemary at normal “culinary” doses may be beneficial for your brain
  • Carnosic acid is one of the active ingredients in rosemary, and researchers believe it helps protect the brain by staving off free radical damage that may lead to stroke and neurodegenerative conditions
  • Significant beneficial effects were noted among people who drank rosemary water, including increased levels of deoxygenated blood in the brain, an indication that rosemary may facilitate oxygen extraction during times of cognitive demand
  • The aroma of rosemary essential oil can also give your brain a boost and may lead to a significant enhancement of performance in memory quality

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Why We Stay Asleep When Covid-19 Is Trying to Wake Us Up

There’s a phrase we all keep hearing: It doesn’t make sense.

We’ve heard it from citizen journalists, from hospital and police force whistleblowers, and from otherwise compliant and law abiding self-quarantiners whose personal, lived experience simply isn’t adding up to what they are being told is happening by mainstream media. Continue reading

How Many People Die Each Day?

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the media continues to rattle off statistics at full force. Continue reading

Simple Non-Invasive At-Home Treatment Reverses Dementia

Pulsing Light into the Brain

Photobiomodulation is part of a relatively new field of study that investigates the benefits of using light to make changes in brain chemistry. Researchers are currently using two kinds of light therapy to affect brain chemistry. Continue reading

There Is No Such Thing as a Minor Concussion


  • Concussions are considered to be a form of mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) because they’re typically not life-threatening, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that concussions are often not mild, instead leading to serious symptoms and lasting changes in the brain
  • Common concussion symptoms include changes in mood and behavior, headache and sensitivity to light and sound; even simply “not feeling right” or feeling down after a blow to the head could signal a concussion
  • After studying the brains of hockey players who had received concussions, researchers found abnormal brain wave activity that persisted for years, along with partial wasting of motor pathways that could degrade attention
  • Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury, accounting for 48% of cases
  • In the aftermath of a concussion, you’ll want to get adequate sleep to help recharge your brain and avoid excessive physical activity, driving too soon and overstimulating your brain with work or school

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Here’s why you need phosphorus in your diet, a mineral that promotes bone strength

Phosphorus is a mineral that the body needs to perform important functions, such as repairing tissues and filtering waste. It is the second most plentiful mineral in the body – next to calcium – and it is used to keep the bones strong and healthy. However, as an essential mineral, phosphorus cannot be produced by the body, and should be obtained through diet instead. Continue reading

It’s bad for you, but you won’t know: Commonly prescribed medications can increase dementia risk by nearly 50%, researchers warn

If you’re looking to reduce your risk of dementia, you might be increasing your intake of blueberries and omega-3 rich foods, but a new study shows another very important step you should take: avoid anticholinergic medication. Continue reading

Who’s a clever girl! Whisky the six-year-old border collie learns the names of 90 different toys on her own and can fetch them on request


  • More than learning toy names, Whisky recognises the different types of object
  • For example, she can pick out a ball or rope when asked from a set of new toys
  • The clever collie appears to have learnt these groups without deliberate training
  • The smartest dog on record reportedly knew 1,000 words and basic grammar

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The Many Benefits of Meditation


  • Meditation benefits include improved attention, memory, processing speed and creativity. It may also help counteract age-related loss of brain volume
  • Meditation can give you an energizing boost similar to caffeine, but meditation accomplishes this without the adverse effects associated with caffeine
  • Meditation provides your body with rest that is two to five times deeper than sleep. Meditating for 20 minutes equates to a 1.5-hour nap, but you won’t have that “sleep hangover” afterward. Instead, you’ll feel awake and refreshed

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From Armageddon to Pharmageddon

How the use of violence to teach lessons has outlived its authority Continue reading