What damage does alcohol do to our bodies?

On October 2, 2011, in Alcohol, by Editor

We know that drinking too much alcohol is bad for us. It gives us hangovers, makes us feel tired and does little for our appearance – and that is just the morning afterwards. Philippa Roxby, BBC News, UK Long term, it increases the risk of developing a long list of health conditions including breast cancer, […]

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Mantak Chia: Tendon Strength – Chi Kung Exercise 1

On September 29, 2011, in Mantak Chia, by Editor

Wisdom Level:  Beginner Overview: Mantak Chia – Developing chi energy specifically for strengthening the tendons. Commentary: Chi energy is not something that is very well understood in Western countries, but that is slowly changing. Translated – it relates to one’s life energy or internal power. It has been considered in Eastern health practices for thousands […]

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Transforming Sexual Energy

On September 17, 2011, in Mantak Chia, by Editor

How to approach sexuality wisely – By Mantak Chia To be a Taoist is to experience life as a harmonious flow of life energy. In the traditional Taoist terms, this flow in humans is from “chi”, to “ching”, to “shien” — from breath to sex essence to spirit. It flows both visibly and invisibly, in […]

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China’s new indoor smoking ban takes effect

On May 1, 2011, in Government, by Editor

Smoking is one of the greatest health threats the country faces, government statistics show. – Associated Press BEIJING — China’s latest push to ban smoking in indoor public venues came into effect Sunday, but the vaguely defined rules were not expected to dramatically reduce the country’s heavy tobacco addiction. Smoking, which is linked to the […]

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Thousands are ‘at risk of alcohol death’ say doctors

On February 21, 2011, in Alcohol, by Editor

Poor alcohol regulation could cost up to 250,000 lives in England and Wales over the next 20 years, doctors warn. The BBC, UK Writing in ‘The Lancet’, leading liver disease specialists say measures including a minimum price of 50p per unit are urgently needed. They also said the coalition government was “too close” to the […]

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