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Bluetooth: Why Modern Tech is Named After Powerful King of Denmark and NorwayBluetooth: Why Modern Tech is Named After Powerful King of Denmark and Norway

Harald “Blåtand” Gormsson was a King of Denmark and Norway who lived during the 10th century AD. He was responsible for the unification of Denmark. Following this feat, Harald set his sights beyond the borders of his own kingdom, and conquered Norway. Whilst the majority of his subjects were followers of paganism, Harald was favorably inclined towards Christianity. He did what he could to promote this foreign faith within his kingdom. Today, Harald Blåtand (‘Bluetooth’) is a household name

Elisa Webb

December 14


  • Scientists Find Root That Kills 98% Of Cancer Cells In Only 48 Hours

    Dandelion has been used medicinally since ancient times for its various health benefits. However, the most powerful benefit to come out of this common weed is something that medical researchers are super excited to have "discovered" - which is its potential to cure cancer!This potent root builds up blood and immune system- cures prostate, lung, and other cancers better than chemotherapy. According to Dr. Carolyn Hamm from the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre in Ontario, Canada, dandelion root

    Whitney Welch

    July 14

    Scientists Find Root That Kills 98% Of Cancer Cells In Only 48 Hours
  • Stop Trying to Find Yourself & Forget Mindfulness for Good

    Chinese philosophy today is one of the most popular classes among Harvard students. Ideas of Confucius and Laozi turn out to be more effective than teachings of positive psychology. Here are some tips from ancient thinkers on how to live better. Stop searching for yourselfToday we always hear it’s important to find yourself and understand who you are. Eastern thinkers were skeptical about this idea. Multifaced, erratic constructs that we call identities come from outside, not inside. They are

    Dana Kreuzberg

    March 28

    Stop Trying to Find Yourself & Forget Mindfulness for Good
  • 4 Reasons Why You're NOT Losing Weight on a Vegan Diet. And Here is How to Fix It

    There is one response that probably tops most lists of health goals: Weight Loss. Historically over the generations and still today, there is often room for a downward shift in the figure that appears on the weighing scales, whether it's a priority or not. More recently, another health goal may well be a new contender for that top spot; Adopting a Vegan Diet. For those with both these health goals in mind, the two may seemingly go hand in hand; in other words, adopting a vegan diet will help

    Guy Luna

    November 06

    4 Reasons Why You're NOT Losing Weight on a Vegan Diet. And Here is How to Fix It
  • Top 12 Essential Oils That Can Bust A Bad Mood And More

    When you’re about to lose your last good nerve, stifle the explosion and turn to an essential oil to prevent your bad mood from turning truly ugly. Use essential oils via a diffuser in aromatherapy, or apply a drop or two topically on your wrists, bottom of the feet, back of the neck or over the heart.Certain oils require dilution in a base, or carrier oil. Others do well in a blend. Always use high-quality, therapeutic-grade oils. LavenderLavender is the go-to oil if you’re in a bad mood and

    Janis Zimmerman

    February 22

    Top 12 Essential Oils That Can Bust A Bad Mood And More
  • Neuroscientists Say Multitasking Literally Drains the Energy Reserves of Your Brain

    Does your morning routine consist of checking emails, browsing Facebook, downing coffee, heading to the train while Googling one last idea, checking notifications, more coffee, and going through your work email? The myriad activities crammed into your morning, and the constant switching between them, is likely making you very tired.When we attempt to multitask, we don’t actually do more than one activity at once, but quickly switch between them. And this switching is exhausting. It uses up

    Felipe Thomas

    April 10

    Neuroscientists Say Multitasking Literally Drains the Energy Reserves of Your Brain
  • 35 Bad Spiritual Habits to Quit Today

    What kind of destiny are you creating for yourself? These are common habits that are toxic to your spiritual identity. Stop doing these things today and you can look forward to a brighter, healthier, and happier tomorrow.Your beliefs become your thoughts, your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions, your actions become your habits, your habits become your values, your values become your destiny.― Mahatma Gandhi Stop pretending your problems don’t exist. Face them. The longer

    Timothy Goodman

    November 01

    35 Bad Spiritual Habits to Quit Today
  • 6 Signs Your Spirit Guide Is Here

    This post is a follow up to the previously published piece “3 Steps to Connect With Your Spirit Guide.” In that post, I explained how to establish a relationship with the spiritually protective presence that serves as your earthly guardian and mentor. If you have followed those steps with heartfelt intention, you may be wondering about the validation aspect of the relationship. The initial validations should occur about a week to ten days out from initiating the procedure. You may receive only

    Marshall Curtis

    November 27

    6 Signs Your Spirit Guide Is Here
  • Obesity – The Brain As A New Research Focus

    Over the last few decades, we have seen the seemingly unstoppable ballooning of body weight in people around the world, particularly in developed countries. Even being morbidly obese is not the end of line any more, as a new category of “super obese” (a BMI of above 50) was introduced just a few years ago. The mere survival of these people would be impossible not so long ago, but now their numbers keep growing.In 2005, the World Health Organization estimated that 400 million people were obese

    Paula Montgomery

    October 06

    Obesity – The Brain As A New Research Focus
  • Can you measure compassion?

    In a new paper, scientists have suggested a scale for measuring the Buddhist virtues of loving-kindness and compassion. Loving-kindness (fondness or goodwill for others and oneself) and empathy (empathetic care for somebody who's suffering, and motivation to aid them) are brought together in the analysis as a single quality. For the study, published in the April issue of the journal Personality and Individual Differences, researchers interviewed two monks and three priests from the Theravada

    Erik Keller

    May 08

    Can you measure compassion?
  • Pinkeye: A Fast and Easy Home Remedy

    Pinkeye, also called conjunctivitis, is an extremely contagious bacterial or viral infection of the outermost layer of the eye and the inside surface of the eyelid. It is a common condition this time of year, when pollen counts are high, allergies are running rampant, and immunity for most people is very low from moderate to severe vitamin D deficiency (from being inside all winter out of the sun).Symptoms of pinkeye include redness, itching, tearing, swelling, and/or mucous production that can

    Freda Andrews

    May 01

    Pinkeye: A Fast and Easy Home Remedy
  • Balancing Hormones

    We have been overwhelmed by requests for help concerning hormonal, fertility, and pregnancy issues. Some of the women have had these sort of problems, despite eating a commendable diet. In this era, chemicals that imbalance the hormones are plentiful, and there is little wonder that both men and women are becoming infertile at higher rates than ever before in history.The first thing to examine is the water supply. Tap water contains dozens of pharmaceuticals, in addition to the chlorine and

    Tracy Campbell

    August 30

    Balancing Hormones