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Body-Mind-Spirit News

Posted Sep 12 2008 4:31am
  • Go outside...it's good for you!
    A recent British study confirms that spending time outdoors really does make you healthier...
  • The latest craze in biofuels: chicken poop
    Poultry poop is a serious ecological problem in Virginia. So is the burning of fossil fuels. So it's not surprising that environmentalists and farmers are so enthused by a Virginia Tech scientist who is developing technology to turn poultry waste into a safer fertilizer and a biofuel that resembles maple syrup...
  • The Pope declares Save Creation Day
    The Catholic Church has declared last Sunday "Save Creation Day" as Pope Benedict joined about 300,000 young Roman Catholics for an eco-friendly festival....
  • Innovative dried aloe vera gel product now available from Good Cause Wellness
    Newly developed aloe gel flakes offer 100% aloe leaves--a percentage rarely available in any other form...
  • Depression more damaging than some chronic illnesses
    LONDON (Reuters) - Depression is more damaging to everyday health than chronic diseases such as angina, arthritis, asthma and diabetes, researchers said on Friday. And, if people are ill with other conditions, depression makes them worse, the researchers found...
  • The CDC says, "Eat your veggies!"
    FRIDAY, Sept. 7 (HealthDay News) -- A new school year, a new chance to eat healthier every day: That's the idea behind the first National Fruits & Veggies More Matters Month, sponsored by a number of leading medical and cooking organizations. According to the CDC, 90 percent of Americans do not meet the daily recommendation for fruit and vegetable consumption, even though the data shows people are aware of the health benefits of eating their greens...
  • Too much TV affects kids' attention spans (Study)
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health)--Young children who watch more than a couple of hours of television a day are more likely to have attention problems as adolescents, researchers from New Zealand have found...
  • Yet another study for the Mediterranesn Diet and arthritis
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health)--Learning how to eat Mediterranean-style may help people with rheumatoid arthritis improve their symptoms, a study suggests. The traditional diets of people in the Mediterranean region tend to be high in fruits, vegetables, fish and olive oil, and comparatively low in red meat. ..
  • Is the "Dark Night of the Soul" of spiritual seekers simply depression?
    Beliefnet's columnist and blogger, Therese Borchard, provides a fascinating look into what many scholars of spiritual mystics call "depression" when referring to these mystics' Dark Night of the Soul. Famous examples are St. John of the Cross, Teresa of Avila, and St. Therese of Lisieux...

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