The Art of Healing
magazine ∣ Vol 3 Issue 72 · The Art of Healing
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The Art of Healing supports a holistic approach to wellness with a focus on the individual, and provides solutions that assists readers to lead a more responsible, conscious, and mindful life. Our aim is to deliver reliable information on how to attain and sustain optimal wellness, using the most natural means possible incorporating the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental aspects of wellbeing.
The Peace of Wild Things
The Art of Healing
Agave Syrup vs. Honey: How Are They Made and Which Is More Healthy? • Abby Moore – July 2, 2020
Water Injections to Relieve Back Pain in Labour No Longer ‘Midwifery Voodoo’ • Sterile water injections provide effective pain relief for women with back pain during labour, according to recent research from the University of Queensland.
Extraordinary Ocean Creatures Use Mucus to Help Remove Carbon and Microplastics • The oceans are home to some strange looking animals, some of which are playing an outsized role in helping us combat the urgent climate crisis.
Ginkgo Biloba Benefits Brain Health and Kidney Function • One of the world’s most ancient trees, Ginkgo biloba (Ginkgo) is considered a ‘living fossil because it’s been around for nearly 300 million years. Used for centuries, remedies from Ginkgo are thought to improve memory, boost cognitive function, support healthy blood flow, and promote sexual function in men and women.
Yoga Keeps Seniors Forever Young • Observing 90-year-old yoga practitioners has convinced Flinders University researcher Associate Professor Kathy Arthurson that maintaining yoga exercise is an important means for seniors to maintain youthful agility.
Light Drinking May Protect Brain Function • Light to moderate drinking may preserve brain function in older age, according to a recent study.
How Can a Doctor Stop from Burning Out in the Pandemic? • Over the din of the negative pressure machine, I shouted goodbye to my patient. I zipped my way out of one of the little plastic enclosures in our Emergency Department. With disgust and a bit of fear, I carefully shed my gloves, gown, and face shield. Only my precious mask remained on my face. I thought, this is a whole new world, and I hate it.
Global Report Calls for End of Industrial Agriculture • A recent report draws attention to the worldwide decline in insects and calls for global policies to boost conservation agriculture.
Finding Solice in Spirituality • COVID-19 has closed churches, mosques and temples across the world, but it’s certainly not stopped people from seeking succour in ritual, prayer and meditation. In fact, they may be praying more.
Far-UVC Light Safely Kills Airborne Coronaviruses • More than 99.9% of seasonal coronaviruses present in airborne droplets were killed when exposed to a particular wavelength of ultraviolet light that is safe to use around humans, a study has found.
COVID-19: Herd Immunity • Herd immunity to COVID-19 could be achieved with fewer people being infected than previously estimated.
The Immune Response for COVID-19 • The immune response to COVID-19 can be split into a healthy antiviral immune response or a defective/overactive immune response. There is a high percentage of patients who get infected with SARSCOV-2 and do not develop any symptoms, hence the importance of social distancing to protect others since we do not know who can be carrying the virus.
Good Things To Do To Stay as Healthy as Possible During the CORONOVIRUS
HOW TO BOLSTER YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
An Evolution of Wisdom • With the high demands of life and the rush of fast-paced living, our bodies and minds are filled with deadlines, stress, anxiety and nervous energy. So how can we better manage this? Andrew...