In This Issue:
NASA’s photographs motivated the award-winning director and composer to musically explore how humans and nature, art and science are all connected.
Cheap fashion rides on the back of workers—predominantly woman and often children—in countries such as Bangladesh and India who earn less than $3 a day and live with toxic byproducts of manufacturing.
As profound religious experiences proliferate, we learn to recognize evidence of the new consciousness in friends and ourselves, and forgive the author for occasionally indulging in excessive details of wardrobes and accessories of the most beautiful people anyone has ever seen.
Holding a grudge also increases mental rumination (repetitive thoughts), which lowers cognitive resources, such as glucose, that could be put to better use, such as coping with a physical challenge.
The chemicals in fragrance are known to cause infertility, birth defects, diabetes, learning disabilities and cancer, and can mutate DNA. Yet because of the fragrance loophole, the manufacturers can completely hide these ingredients.
What follows is a fascinating survey detailing the primacy of blood over tissues and structures of the body, blood’s true purpose, physical and psychic factors influencing blood, blood’s influence on the spirit through perception, hormones and Hippocrates’ four temperaments, and the spirit’s influence on the blood affecting such things as longevity, sleep and death.
The government-funded U.S. Preventive Services Task Force determined that calcium supplementation alone might actually increase hip fracture and mortality risk.
“I love how commercially popular yoga has become and I will never say anything bad about yoga's expansion. However, I felt that I was only teaching an asana practice—not a yoga practice. I knew there was so much more to it.”
A specialized stem cell replacement called the “Soup” combines human cells harvested from a patient’s own fat to repair inflammatory and degenerative injuries that might otherwise require invasive surgery.
These days, skilled practitioners are using sound for everything from stress and pain relief to remedying sleep disorders and assisting the dying.
If you tried to picture the exact opposite of the L.A. River, you might imagine something that winds and flows, with lots of reflected light—something like the artwork of Frank Gehry, who designed the Disney concert hall, the Bilbao Guggenheim and other magnificent buildings.