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How Laughter can Positively Affect your Health

There are many ways that laughter can positively affect your health. Research have shown that laughter reduces the level of certain stress hormones such as Cortisol, Epinephrine (Adrenaline), Dopamine and the Growth Hormone. Laughter also increases health enhancing hormones such as endorphins and neurotransmitters, endorphins on their own are proved …

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Seeking Repressed Memories

The word hypnosis is derived from the Greek word ‘hypnos’ which means sleep. It is an artificial form of sleep where a hypnotist puts a person in a deep state of trance which facilitates them to connect with their sub-conscious. In this relaxed state, the participant can travel to past …

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Autism Asd Aspergers

Autism is a disease with a cause that remains a mystery. There are no definitive diagnostic tests, treatment varies widely and educating the public is essential. Autism effects approximately 1 in 150 children in America and while the variety of treatments available have increased dramatically in the last 10 years, …

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Family Fun Activities

Searching for fun ways to keep your family active and healthy is a learning experience as well as enjoyable time spent together. Summer is almost over. Fall is approaching. This is a wonderful time to spend together doing activities’ outdoors. The cool weather is approaching, no better time to gather …

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Why Abortion is usually Wrong

One of the most controversial topics in America and all over the world today is the issue of abortion. Purely by the nature of the topic itself, many questions about morality are raised that are very difficult, and sometimes even impossible to answer. However, the fundamental question that needs to be …

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How do Calories help Build Muscles

The technical definition of a calorie is the amount of energy required to raise a specific amount of water (1.0 milliliter, to be precise) by a 1.0 degree Celsius. To most people, this is nerdy science talk that is best left to people wearing white lab coats who have committed …

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