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Breakthrough: Scientists Have Turned Spinach Into Beating Human Heart Tissue

Posted by on April 30, 2017 in Medical Advances, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments
Breakthrough: Scientists Have Turned Spinach Into Beating Human Heart Tissue

Everyone knows spinach is good for you, but did you know that spinach may one day be the carrier for transplanting heart muscle to heart attach patients? Check out this fascinating research!

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Google Invests $100 Million In Predictive Medicine and Invasive Monitoring

Posted by on April 23, 2017 in Medical Advances, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments
Google Invests $100 Million In Predictive Medicine and Invasive Monitoring

Google has a health division called Verily. It is the result of an undertaking that began in 2014 as Google Life Sciences and has become one of the company’s most intricate and far-reaching endeavors. None more so than the specific mission to predict future illness. Verily’s bold mission has now been given a name: Project Baseline.

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NEW Evidence Shows Consciousness DOES NOT Originate in the Brain

NEW Evidence Shows Consciousness DOES NOT Originate in the Brain

Physicist Nassim Haramein talks “brainlessness,” consciousness and how it’s possible to think and function without a brain (something to THINK about!)

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Are Ancient Potions Better Than Modern Drugs?

Posted by on February 28, 2017 in Medical Advances, Sci-Tech, Science with 1 Comment
Are Ancient Potions Better Than Modern Drugs?

Here is a list of examples of Ancient medicines that can be so effective, so much that they can be used as an alternative to drugs we use today!

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Deep State Neuroscientists Believe They Can Turn Off Free Will

Deep State Neuroscientists Believe They Can Turn Off Free Will

In the 1980s scientist, Benjamin Libet conducted an experiment. He ‘discovered’ that what seems to be free will or the conscious choice to do or not do something is really just the observance of something that has already happened. This completely rocked the foundations of what most thought of as a prerequisite for being human and the long-held religious view that free will must always be honored.

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Is a New Memory-Enhancing Device, Currently in Development, a Bad Idea?

Is a New Memory-Enhancing Device, Currently in Development, a Bad Idea?

There are some undeniable points to be made about a drug, or an implant, that can enhance intelligence: If people have the choice to enhance their mental abilities with medication or an implant, what does that mean for society? Because if we all have access to the same enhancement, would it be an enhancement, or a new reality?

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Stress & Depression Early in Life Stunts Our Reward Circuits

Stress & Depression Early in Life Stunts Our Reward Circuits

Researchers at Duke University and the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio looked specifically at this second phenomenon in a longitudinal neuroimaging study of adolescents, in order to better understand how early life stress contributes to depression.

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Get Into the Flow: 5 Performance-Enhancing Brain Chemicals

Get Into the Flow: 5 Performance-Enhancing Brain Chemicals

Steven Kotler explains the neurochemical changes during flow states that strengthen motivation, creativity and learning. “The brain produces a giant cascade of neurochemistry. You get norepinephrine, dopamine, anandamide, serotonin and endorphins. All five of these are performance enhancing neurochemicals.

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Test Can Predict With ‘100% Accuracy’ If Someone Will Develop Cancer Up To 13 Years In The Future

Posted by on August 12, 2016 in Medical Advances, Sci-Tech with 5 Comments
Test Can Predict With ‘100% Accuracy’ If Someone Will Develop Cancer Up To 13 Years In The Future

Scientists at Harvard and Northwestern University developed a new cancer test can predict with 100 percent accuracy whether someone will develop cancer up to thirteen years in the future. The technology studies the pattern of telomere growth as a predictive biomarker for cancer. Could knowing this information allow people to make lifestyle changes to lower their risk, and how would it affect health insurance policies?

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Spying on Subconscious Feelings – Part 2

Spying on Subconscious  Feelings  – Part 2

Personality programs identify our natural talents, strengthens and capabilities, encouraging us to better utilize them. Simultaneously personality profilers identify our weaknesses, allowing us to turn them into strengths. Sages throughout history report how difficult it is to “know thyself,” but these wise sages did not have access to [Sharry]Edward’s multifaceted nanoVoice. Today we shall investigate its ability to reveal subconscious emotions.

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New Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease? Non-Invasive High Frequency Sound Waves May Be Effective, Drug-Free Solution

Posted by on July 15, 2016 in Medical Advances, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments
New Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease? Non-Invasive High Frequency Sound Waves May Be Effective, Drug-Free Solution

New fresh and hopeful research from an Australian University may provide a great option for healing Alzheimer’s without drugs.

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Gum Disease Opens Up the Body to a Host of Infections

Posted by on April 12, 2016 in Medical Advances, Nature, Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Gum Disease Opens Up the Body to a Host of Infections

So when Salomon Amar, a periodontal specialist at Boston University, began exploring links between oral bacteria and heart disease in animal studies in the late 1990s, reactions were lukewarm. “Many cardiologists thought we were a bit crazy,” he says. Skepticism still abounds, but the same molecular tools that have dramatically changed understanding of the gut microbiome are now allowing scientists to track and examine bacteria in the mouth. Advocates of a connection between the artery disease atherosclerosis and microbes are hoping to find convincing proof of their suspicions, while exploring links between ailing gums and other conditions, including cancer, arthritis, diabetes and even Alzheimer’s disease.

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The Future Of Medicine Could Be Found In This Tiny Crystal Ball

Posted by on February 16, 2016 in Medical Advances, Sci-Tech with 3 Comments
The Future Of Medicine Could Be Found In This Tiny Crystal Ball

A materials scientist has discovered a way to grow a crystal ball in a lab. Not the kind that soothsayers use to predict the future, but a microscopic version that could be used to encapsulate medication in a way that would allow it to deliver its curative payload more effectively inside the body.

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“Flying Vaccination” against ZIKA from GE Mosquitos?

“Flying Vaccination” against ZIKA from GE Mosquitos?

Could vaccines be delivered to humans via mosquito bite. In that case Genetically Modified insects ( or tiny insect like drones) could “bite” and there would be no opportunity to decline. Are the current viral epidemics a good opportunity to develop and implement this process which has been discussed for several years? All excellent questions. What do you think?

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DNA Code Can Now Be Modified. Are We One Step Closer to Creating GMO Humans?

Posted by on February 13, 2016 in Medical Advances, Sci-Tech with 31 Comments
DNA Code Can Now Be Modified. Are We One Step Closer to Creating GMO Humans?

Scientists in Britain have recently been given the green light to edit the genes of human embryos for research, leading to fears the practice could lead to “designer babies.”

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