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Moods Matter

The science of brain-immune communications bridges clinical medicine and the intangible but essential input of emotion

Related Topics: Clinical Medicine, Immune Molecules, Science, Scientific Discipline, Brain Immune Communications, Popular Culture, Essential Input, Physicians, Technologies, News

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GOD particle vs. GOD principle

Though scientific discoveries like the Higg’s Boson aka ‘God particle’ are an honest attempt to know the origin of universe, there have been other attempts and approaches to know the truth. If “India is like a historic father of the Higg’s Boson project” according to Paolo Giubellino the spokesperson of CERN, the search for the absolute truth had a wiser ancestor in ancient India. It is already known to scholars that 'Truth' has been a favourite subject of research for ‘Truth-seekers' in India for thousands of years. But ‘Truth’ according to them wasn’t about any particle of God in the realm of cause-and-effect, but a discovery of God principle. Where does the ancient Indian discovery trail take us?

Related Topics: Hinduism, God

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Weird Weight-Loss Tricks That Really Work

We all know that the best way to lose weight is to focus on healthy eating and exercise. But if you’re bored with usual advice and are looking to try something new, here are five strange weight-loss tricks that are science-based. Take a look—some might work for you!

Related Topics: Weight Loss, Help

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5 Effective Tips to Teach Kids to Be Grateful

Being grateful is an important skill for children. It can be taught by parents and teachers who make it a priority, say authors Jeffrey J. Froh and Giacomo Bono in their book "Making Grateful Kids: The Science of Building Character."

Related Topics: Christian, Love And Family, Faith, Good News, Parenting, Gratitude

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Hare Krishnas Weigh in on Evolution Debate

A 'a non-Christian, minority religious organization' says a court's decision 'is hostile to religion.'

Related Topics: Faiths, Hinduism, Religion, Evolution, Trial Courts, Metaphysical Assumptions, Science, School Board, School, Scientific Work, Reasonable Observer, Court

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