Ces Week – Neofect Rapael Smart Glove

  • 15 Aug 2017
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Rapael Smart Glove: A hand rehabilitation product for stroke patients By Elisabeth NG Remember the ubiquitous ‘Snake’ game from our pre-smart phone era? Using arrow buttons, the user steered a clunky rectangle on a black and white screen. Mobile phone games have since evolved exponentially with the advent of the smart phone. Colorful graphics, sophisticated […]

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Toothpaste

  • 13 Jul 2017
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The mouth is one of the most absorbent places in the body and the reason why some medications are administered sublingually, or under the tongue. So think about what’s in our toothpaste, how much of it we and our kids swallow! Triclosan, found in toothpaste, is an antibacterial chemical linked to antibiotic resistance and endocrine […]

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Tapping

  • 13 Jul 2017
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Tapping EFT, The Emotional Freedom Technique or Tapping, is a combination of Ancient Chinese Acupressure and Modern Psychology. Dr. Dawson Church says, “Acupoint tapping sends signals to the stress centers of the mid-brain, not the thinking part, active in talk therapy. EFT simultaneously accesses stress on the physical and emotional levels, body and mind, like […]

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Don’t Shake It!

  • 13 Jul 2017
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The human body is designed to eat food. Every time we eat is an opportunity to nourish and heal our bodies. Digestion starts before the food goes into our mouth. The production of saliva means there are digestive juices to chew, to use the muscles of our jaws and teeth to break down food so […]

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Samsung’s 2017 Appliance Launch

  • 04 Jul 2017
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By Amy Eller with Richard Sherwin Samsung is all about the Samsung Family Hub. Food Family and Fun in the kitchen, centering your family life on your refrigerator if you choose to do so… You can… create shopping lists, order groceries and see inside your refrigerator without opening the door… integrate family members’ schedules, share […]

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My Carpet Is How Dirty?

  • 27 Jun 2017
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The formulas in commercial wet and dry carpet cleaners are loaded with irritants and chemical perfumes to mask the scent of chemical ingredients, leaving behind dangerous fumes and residue that can seriously affect our health. Some of the solvents used for dry carpet cleaning contain butyloxyethanol, potentially causing damage to the liver, central nervous system […]

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The King of Medicinal Mushrooms

  • 27 Jun 2017
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Chaga Mushroom is the reigning “King of Medicinal Mushrooms.” Found on yellow and white birch trees in Siberia, Alaska and northern Canada, Chaga’s medicinal properties are documented back to the 16th century. Otzi, the Ice Man, who lived 3,300 BCE, was discovered carrying Chaga along with his other tools and equipment. The fungus extracts nutrients […]

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Protein

  • 30 May 2017
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Protein How much protein do we really need? High protein diets, like The Paleo diet, are popular because people are losing weight and feeling better on these regimens. Like carbohydrates and fat, protein is a “macronutrient.” We need relatively large amounts of it to stay healthy. Unlike carbohydrates and fat, the body does not store […]

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Detox Bath

  • 30 May 2017
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Detox Bath Were exposed to thousands of toxins every day. Starting with a shower in water contaminated with chlorine and pollutants, using soap and shampoo loaded with chemicals, fluoride in the toothpaste and then breakfast where we are exposed to pesticides, Genetically Modified Organisms, hormones, antibiotics and nitrates And we haven’t even left the house! The […]

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Hunger is Good

  • 29 May 2017
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Hungry is good The key to maintaining our weight and our health starts by understanding our need for food. Why we get hungry is a question I hear a lot. We get hungry for many reasons. The bottom line is, the human body is designed to get hungry so that we feed it. We need […]

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