Our body produces hundreds of neurochemicals. Only a small fraction of these have been identified by scientists. We will not know in our lifetime exactly how all of these molecules work. Albert Einstein believed that, "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." Based on this philosophy I have applied simple tagsContinue reading »
via www.abc.net.au The more fit you are the better your "executive function" and it actually increases your brain size. Staving off Alzheimers.Continue reading »
This is not how I want the carers of my parents, relatives or friends to behave.
This is not how kind, caring and considerate humans behave.
Top 10 Reasons why Human Capital and Human Potential is worth doing something about.Continue reading »
Outsmart those sneaky health menaces hiding in plain sight in your office, your living room, and your neighborhood coffee shop: Chairs! Prolonged sitting, it turns out, flips biochemical switches inside muscle cells that boost your odds for heart failure, up your risk for fatal heart disease by 27 percent , and fatal cancers by 21Continue reading »
Narrator: It's 1:00 a.m. You should be sleeping but you're glued to your smartphone, catching up on the latest news, Facebook updates and tweets. It turns out that the smartphones and tablets that keep you connected and organized may also be keeping you awake. [Rooster crowing] See, our eyes perceive light in a range ofContinue reading »
A Meaningful Life For many of us, especially those of us approaching the mid to late years in our life we begin asking the question, “Is that all there is”? We get increasingly disappointed with our life, job, marriage, religion, car, friends – you get the idea. We begin to question our choices and weContinue reading »
Robin Williams once said, "The world is open for play." But how often, in the midst of the daily grind, does it really feel that way? When we measure our lives in to-do lists and devote every moment to being productive, play, of course, falls by the wayside. Living in a culture of busyness, productivityContinue reading »
Every time a new study about the state of women in movies (in front of the camera and behind the scenes) comes out, I cross my fingers and hope Hollywood has finally woken up to the realization that women make up 50% of the global population and should make up 50% of the film industryContinue reading »
Perhaps it's the people whose lives have taken sudden new twists – people who have learned to embrace the creative possibilities of change – who stand the best chance of penetrating life's mysteries. Hugh MackayContinue reading »