Archives for January 2012

“Moderate intensity exercise best for health”

Moderate physical activity is best to maintain your energy and health, what does this mean for the average healthy person? Moderate-intensity physical activity totaling a minimum of 150 minutes per week is the “current nationally recognized standard for physical activity.” What is moderate activity? San Diego State University researcher Simon Marshall and his colleagues recruited […]

“Intuition infants when does it begin?”

“We believe that infants are born with the ability to form expectations and they use these expectations basically to predict the future,” Kristy vanMarle, an assistant professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences in the College of Arts and Science.. “Intuitive physics include skills that adults use all the time. For example, when a glass […]

“Infant formula-more dangerous than vaccines?”

“Pediatricians spend much time frightening parents with something like a 1 in 100,000 combined risk from vaccine-preventable diseases when parents question the utility and safety of vaccines…. Yet these very same professionals offer formula samples with the other hand – when the magnitude of health risks associated with the use of formula is 500 times […]

“Photon energy -chicken health”

After treating laying hens with Chiren photon energy they lived healthier, longer and laid more eggs longer than regular untreated hens.