20 Pain Cures You Can Find in Your Kitchen

Make muscle pain a memory with ginger

20 Pain                                                          Cures You Can                                                          Find in Your                                                          Kitchen

When Danish researchers asked achy people to jazz up their diets with ginger, it eased muscle and joint pain, swelling and stiffness for up to 63 percent of them within two months. Experts credit ginger’s potent compounds called gingerols, which prevent the production of pain-triggering hormones. The study-recommended dose: Add at least 1 teaspoon of dried ginger or 2 teaspoons of chopped ginger to meals daily. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

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Honey and Cinnamon

Facts on honey and cinnamon: It is found that a mixture of honey and cinnamon cures most diseases. Honey is produced in most of the countries of the world. Scientists of today also accept honey as a «Ram Ban» (very effective) medicine for all kinds of diseases. Honey can be used without any side effects for any kind of disease.

Today’s science says that even though honey is sweet, if taken in the right dosage as a medicine, it does not harm diabetic patients. Weekly World News, a magazine in Canada , in its issue dated 17 January, 1995 has given the following list of diseases that can be cured by honey and cinnamon as researched by western scientists:


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“…Timidity leads the soul into confusion and a certain unsteadiness, and a soul which is unstable can very easily fall. Yet self-satisfaction and conceit are the very enemies which one has to fight. Anybody who has let them in has fallen already, and is predisposed to further falls because they make a man inactive and negligent.

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A Societal Issue – Unfair treatment worsens physical and mental health

Greece's contribution to mankind and the gifts Greece has given to the world (the beauty of religion, democracy, culture, art, education, science, athletics etc) are enormous - to say the least. So why does the international community and Greece's own politicians insist on treating Greece and the Greek people so unfairly and unjustly?

The findings underscore that health is a societal issue as well as an individual concern, Dr. Roberto De Vogli of University College London, the study’s lead author, told Reuters Health. «Addressing injustice in the social environment in society can be a way to promote health and to reduce health problems, especially among people in lower socioeconomic positions,» he said in an interview. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

Happiness makes for a healthy heart

U.S. researchers said their observational study was the first to show an independent relationship between positive emotions and coronary heart disease, but stressed that more work was needed before any treatment recommendations could be made.

«We desperately need rigorous clinical trials in this area. If the trials support our findings, then these results will be incredibly important in describing specifically what clinicians and/or patients could do to improve health,» Karina Davidson of Columbia University Medical Center wrote in the study in the European Heart Journal.

Heart disease is the leading killer of men and women in Europe, the United States and most industrialized countries. Together with diabetes, cardiovascular diseases accounted for 32 percent of all deaths around the world in 2005, according to the World Health Organization.

Over 10 years, Davidson and her team followed 1,739 men and women who were taking part in a large health survey in Canada. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

Genetic inheritance from parents. What researchers have found

Will a gene bring healthful blessings or the curse of disease? It may depend on whether it is inherited from mom or dad, researchers reported on Wednesday.

A team at Iceland’s Decode Genetics Inc found mutations in five disease-related genes that only take effect if inherited from a certain parent.

One, a new gene associated with diabetes, protects from the disease if inherited from the mother but raises the risk if inherited from the father. Three other diabetes genes also varied in their effects, but less so, depending on which parent it came from, the researchers reported in the journal Nature.

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UK: Christian nurse faces sack over ‘dangerous’ 1-inch cross

Shirley ChaplinMonday, September 21, 2009 – A devout Christian nurse has been told to stop wearing a cross around her neck – as it could be dangerous. Shocked Shirley Chaplin, 54, faces the sack unless she obeys the health and safety order.

She has worn the one-inch silver cross necklace since her confirmation 38 years ago – and has worked at the same hospital for 31 years. But now bosses claim it could be a risk to patients or to Shirley if someone tried to grab it.

The nurse said no one had EVER reported an injury caused by a necklace to the Health and Safety Executive.

She added: «I can’t explain how important the cross is to me. Being told to take it off has completely and utterly shaken me. I don’t want to have to decide between my faith and my job. My Christian faith is what motivates me to care for others.

«I’m distressed and confused at their attitude. I’ve worn it for years and now, at the end of my career, I’m told to take it off. I feel I’m being bullied and victimised because of my faith. They are prepared to make allowances for other faiths, but not for Christianity.» Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »