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When two people are in close proximity, one's electrocardiogram (ECG) signal is registered in the other's electroencephalogram (EEG). In other words, one person's heartbeat signal is registered in the other person's brainwaves, and vice versa ... even without any physical contact! ... posted on Feb 18 2003, 956 reads

 


New York Times yesterday reported that when people are emotionally distressed — anxious, angry, depressed — the most active sites in the brain are circuitry converging on the amygdala, part of the brain's emotional centers, and the right prefrontal cortex of the brain. By contrast, when people are in positive moods — upbeat, enthusiastic and energized — those sites are quiet, with the hei... posted on Feb 06 2003, 1,221 reads

 


Time Magazine's cover story last week read: "Your Mind, Your Body: How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body." With more research, it's becoming evident that the mind and body belong to an indivisible continuum, that our moods and emotions are connected to our physical health.... posted on Feb 01 2003, 1,147 reads

 


75 to 90% of all visits to primary care physicians result from stress-related disorders.... posted on Jan 10 2003, 1,046 reads

 


Whether it is 100,000 pogo jumps in 13 hours at Central Park, balancing a milk bottle on his head for 81 miles, jumping 130,000 ropes in 24 hours or balancing 75 glasses on his chin, Ashrita Furman has set 72 unexplainable world records! For him, though, it is a practice of "joy and fulfilment of self-transcendence" to challenge his limits and transform his weaknesses.... posted on Dec 18 2002, 1,709 reads

 


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The results are in: The nature of humankind is good. That was Vineetha Joseph's winning answer in the second annual Kids Philosophy Slam held on April 20 in Lanesboro, Minnesota. Her title? The "Most Philosophical Student" in America. ... posted on Oct 04 2002, 886 reads

 


The Japanese have phrase called "wabi-sabi" -- a feeling of appreciation for things whose wear and aging reveal life’s impermanence. For example, if you have had a cup, table, or chair in your family for several generations, each chip or scratch is not an imperfection, but a memory, inviting you to reflect on all the others before you who held that cup or touched that table.... posted on Oct 03 2002, 1,898 reads

 


Started by Ben Cohen, cofounder of Ben and Jerry's, TrueMajority.com sifts through all the stuff going on in Congress. When your voice counts to create a just and sustainable world, you get an email alert. Then just by clicking one button a fax is sent to your congressperson in your name. It takes about 2 minutes a month and it’s free. ... posted on Sep 28 2002, 789 reads

 


One thing worse than having mice living in your house is the cruelty that is often involved in getting rid of them. New devices like this mousetrap make catching mice not only guilt-free, but fun! ... posted on Sep 15 2002, 979 reads

 

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