Dr. T Joseph Benziger
Not everything is supposed to become something beautiful and long lasting. Sometimes people come into your life to show you what is right and what is wrong, to show you who you can be, to teach you to love yourself, to make you feel better for a little while, or to just be someone to walk with at night and spill your life to. Not everyone is going to stay forever, and we still have to keep on going and thank for them for what they have given us.
CLIMATE CHANGE WILL AFFECT FARMERS' BOTTOM LINE
Southwestern US farmland values will change with changing climate.
Image courtesy Katelina
EFFECTS OF WARMER WEATHER ON PRODUCTIVITY BEING FELT WORLDWIDE, SCIENTISTS SAY
The forces of globalization have made the global economic system more vulnerable to production losses caused by climate change, new research shows.
SCIENTISTS TURN CO2 INTO ROCK TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE
The pioneering experiment in Iceland mixed CO2 emissions with water and pumped it hundreds of meters (feet) underground into volcanic basalt rock -- where it rapidly turned into a solid.
TRUMP CASTS SHADOW OVER UN CLIMATE TALKS
The talks in Germany to flesh out December's historic global climate deal are probably not at the top of Donald Trump's agenda this week.
STATES RATCHET UP TRANSGENDER BATTLE WITH LAWSUIT AGAINST U.S.
A sign protesting a recent North Carolina law restricting transgender bathroom access is seen in the bathroom stalls at the 21C Museum Hotel in Durham, North Carolina May 3, 2016.
3 THINGS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT YOUR GUT BACTERIA
Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD O,
CREDIT: DAVIDE BONAZZIThe human gut is full of trillions of little bugs. But they are not, for the most part, the pathogens that make you sick; their purpose is actually to help keep you well.
GUINEA DECLARED FREE OF ACTIVE EBOLA TRANSMISSION
A Doctors Without Borders health worker stands in an Ebola virus treatment center in Conakry, Guinea, November 17, 2015.
SCIENTISTS IDENTIFY ENZYME THAT MAY HELP FIGHT ALZHEIMER
According to scientists at Indiana University (IU) in the US, NMNAT2, or nicotinamide mononucleotide adenylyl transferase 2, is a key neuronal maintenance factor. Many neurodegenerative disorders are caused by accumulation of proteins in the brain.
THE COUNTRIES WITH THE MOST PEOPLE LIVING IN SLAVERY
Modern slavery is a brutal reality around the world.
WIT AND WISDOM
When a man seeks your advice, he generally wants your praise.
GERMANY RECOGNIZES ARMENIAN GENOCIDE, DRAWING TURKEY’S IRE
A lawmaker addresses a session of the Bundestag, Germany's lower house of parliament, ahead of the approval of a resolution declaring the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turk forces a "genocide," in Berlin, Germany, June 2, 2016.
OBAMA MOURNS DEAD IN HIROSHIMA,
CALLS FOR WORLD WITHOUT NUCLEAR ARMS
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) hugs an atomic bomb survivor Shigeaki Mori as he visits Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan May 27, 2016.
PAN-AFRICANISM, AFRICAN UNION AND
THE QUEST FOR A UNITED STATES OF AFRICA
Mohammed Nurudeen Issahaq
Those who say that a continental government of Africa is illusory are deceiving themselves. They ignore the lessons of history. If the United States of America could do it, if the Soviet Union could do it, if India could do it, why not Africa?
Dr. Kwame Nkrumah
3 PARISIAN LIFESTYLE SECRETS YOU SHOULD TOTALLY STEAL
Dr. Bindiya Gandhi
On my recent trip to France, I become envious of the opulent French culture.
HOW TO GET RID OF BLACKHEADS THE RIGHT WAY
Stephen J. Praetorius
From shaving properly to remembering to moisturize, combating oil to managing acne as a grown-ass adult, you have a lot on your plate when it comes to taking care of your face.
Conquer Your World
In her special column in DYNAMIC YOUTH, Kathy Munoz answers your questions on personal development.
PEARLS OF WISDOM
Some views on Life and Adventure
Share Your Thoughts
… When people show you who they are the first time believe them. Not the 29th time. …
THIS MIGHT BE THE HEAVIEST BABY GIRL EVER BORN
A screengrab of Nandini's baby from a news video
(Image via Metro)
WARREN BUFFETT EXPLAINS WHAT MAKES A GOOD MANAGER
USING A TAILOR AND THE POPE
It is that simple: the best managers will succeed if they are completely consumed and fulfilled by their work.
CAN GROWING HUMAN ORGANS IN PIGS SOLVE THE ORGAN SHORTAGE?
Guided by sophisticated stem cell technologies and CRISPR, the genome-editing powertool, small teams of scientists have begun pushing the limits of creating human-animal chimeras. The controversial experiments hope to grow human organs inside pig embryos, from stem cells made with a patient’s skin cells.
HOW YOUR BRAIN PICKS AND STICKS WITH WINNING DECISIONS
It is an incredibly
nifty skill, and one we do not really understand. Now a new study published
in eLife pinpoints the powerhouse underlying this type of rapid
online learning in the brain: the mediodorsal thalamus (MD).
LONELINESS CAN AFFECT YOUR WISDOM, STUDY FINDS
Situations in daily life affect our personality and ability to reason wisely, experts say.
SCIENTISTS BREAK DOWN WHY ALIENS DEFINITELY EXIST, USING MATH
According to our finding, even if you grant that level of pessimism, a trillion civilizations still would have appeared over the course of cosmic history.
SCIENTISTS DISCOVER OLDEST PLANT ROOT STEM CELLS
The 320 million-year-old stem cells discovered in Oxford are different to all those living today, with a unique pattern of cell division that remained unknown until now. That tells us that some of the mechanisms controlling root formation in plants and trees have now become extinct and may have been more diverse than thought.
SCIENTISTS FEAR 'NIGHTMARE BACTERIA'
News this week of the discovery of a "superbug"
was startling because such a bacterium, resistant to all forms of antibiotic medicine,
had not previously been encountered in the United States.
SCIENTISTS JUST DISCOVERED ANOTHER SIGN
SUGGESTING LIFE EXISTED ON MARS
UNIVERSE'S FIRST LIFE MIGHT HAVE BEEN BORN ON CARBON PLANETS
In this artist's conception, a carbon planet orbits a sun-like star in the early universe. Young planetary systems lacking heavy chemical elements but relatively rich in carbon could form worlds made of graphite, carbides and diamond rather than Earth-like silicate rocks. Blue patches show where water has pooled on the planet's surface, forming potential habitats for alien life. Image courtesy Christine Pulliam (CfA).
Sun image: NASA/SDO
6 EMPOWERING LESSONS DEATH TAUGHT ME ABOUT LIFE
Death is not the
greatest loss in life. The greatest loss in life is what dies inside us while
8 MEDITATION MISTAKES TO AVOID IF YOU WANT TO FEEL CALM AND PEACEFUL
Three things you cannot recover in life: the word after
it is said, the moment after it is missed, and the time after it is gone.
8 WAYS TO ACHIEVE BIG HAIRY AUDACIOUS GOALS
Big Hairy Audacious
Goals or BAHGs are ambitious and inspiring. Setting them is important, but only
the first step. Here are 8 traits you must cultivate to achieve Big Hairy
EXCESSIVE WORKING MAY UP ANXIETY, DEPRESSION RISK: STUDY
While 25.6 percent workaholics fulfilled the criteria for OCD, only 8.7 percent among non-workaholics were found at risk. (Reuters Photo)
HOW TO CREATE HAPPINESS IN ZERO EASY STEPS
To experience peace
does not mean that your life is always blissful. It means that you are capable
of tapping into a blissful state of mind amidst the normal chaos of a hectic
Jill Bolte Taylor
LET GO OF STRESS: NOTHING TO CLING TO
Stress is a killer.
It contributes to health problems, unhappiness, depression, relationship
problems, and more.
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR OPPORTUNITIES
Like many other youngsters, I played Little League baseball. I was a good fielder, but when it came to hitting, I was -- to put it bluntly -- pathetic. That is because I was afraid of getting hit by the ball. So, when the pitcher reared back to throw, I would tend to back away from the plate.
MEDITATION WILL REFINE YOUR BS-METER + four OTHER SURPRISING BENEFITS
Most of the strongest benefits of
meditation occur outside of your practice, in other parts of your
life. I have personally taught close to 2,000 people to meditate, and here are
some common improvements that I have seen in the lives of my meditation students.
THE TRAP OF THINKING YOU ARE SPECIAL AND ENTITLED TO SUCCESS
Life is not designed
to give us what we need; life is designed to give us what we deserve.
FRENCH OPEN: GARBINE MUGURUZA UPSETS SERENA WILLIAMS
FOR WOMEN'S TITLE
Sat June 4, 2016
Paris (CNN) A Spaniard was crowned champion at the French Open -- but it was not Rafael Nadal.
WHO REJECTS CALL FOR OLYMPICS TO BE MOVED DUE TO ZIKA
A worker from a public cleaning company wears a T-shirt that reads ''Out Zika'' is pictured before the inauguration ceremony of the common areas and the Live Site at the 2016 Rio Olympics Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April 11, 2016.
UGANDA'S YOUTH TAKE LEAD
IN KEEPING GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS ON TRACK
… 78% of
Ugandans are below the age of 30 years and 52% below 15 years, making Uganda
the youngest nation in the world. It further shows that there are 6.5 million
Ugandans in the age group 18-30 years, constituting 21.3% of the population.
This age group is projected to grow to 7.7 million young people in 2015.
COMMONWEALTH EXPERTS TO PROMOTE EVIDENCE-BASED PRINCIPLES FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Delegates at the technical workshop included: youth ministry officials, national youth leaders and national statisticians.
'Explosive Shock' as Britain Votes to Leave EU, Cameron Quits
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow since World War Two to the European project of forging greater unity.
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