Understanding Sickness and Disease through Swedenborg

An early twentieth-century physiologist Walter Cannon spoke of the wisdom of the body and he coined the term homeostasis to describe a body in balance. One biological textbook writer has put it this way “In general, the body is said to be in homeostasis when its cells’ needs – because fundamentally we’re a huge mass…

British Heart Foundation – Family history and heart disease

I am Anil Gumber. I live in Leamington Spa. I am 54 years old. I have a beautiful wife and two lovely children. I was born and brought up in India. I came to the UK in October, 2001. I have got a family history of diabetes. My grandfather was diabetic. My father was suffering…

TRUE – Day 4 – FLOOR | Yoga With Adriene

– What’s up everyone and welcome to True, your 30 Day Yoga Journey. I’m Adriene, and today is day four and we’re going to connect to the floor so I’ll see you there right now. Alrighty my friends, let’s begin in a nice comfortable seat tuning in for today’s floor practice. Bring the hands together.…

A Rare Genetic Disease Should Have Killed Her by 10 — How a Medical Breakthrough Saved Her Instead

Image zoom  For the first three weeks of her life, Isabel Bueso seemed blessedly free of disease  And then, as mom Karla Bueso remembers now, “She began to suffer.”  Isabel has mucopolysaccharidosis type VI, also known as Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome or MPS-6, a rare genetic disease which inhibits the body’s ability to process sugar Serious symptoms can result,…

Foundations Of Yoga – Camel Pose – Ustrasana

– What’s up, everyone? Welcome to Yoga With Adriene, I’m Adriene and today on the Foundations of Yoga Series we have Camel Pose or Ustrasana. This is an amazing back bend, I love this pose but I think it’s really important to know the foundations of it so you feel awesome and supported going in…

Disease X? New virus discovered in the body stuns health experts – ‘How little we know’ – News 247

 The previously unknown virus was found hiding among 42 other biological agents known to only target bacteria like E coli. These so-called bacteriophages are of increasing concern to health experts because they can teach bacteria to resist antibiotics The shocking discovery was made by researchers at the Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences in Austria…

Health care workers are in demand. It’s time to start your new career.

I wanted a career change but I was nervous I’ve always enjoyed taking care others so I wanted to do something I was passionate about that’s why I went back to school to become a personal support worker. Being PSW is a great fit for my personality and my schedule. And health care is growing…