Doorways Make Me Forget?
Ever walk through a doorway, and have no idea what you came in the room for? Apparently, it is not just you.
It seems some astute researchers from the University of Notre Dame noticed many people have this issue, and decided to look into it further.
Working with college students (college students love to do research ), the researchers had them passing from room to room, while giving them tests to find out how their memory was affected. What they found was our brain compartmentalizes information based in part on the environment you are in to create a memory framework.
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Spice Your Mood - Saffron for Emotional Health
01.10.2016 - by Dr. Peter Bongiorno
Learn about the benefits of saffron for:
- Sexual side of drugs
Learn whether it can be used with conventional antidepressants
Learn about Mood Systems Balance - Dr. Peter's new formula for mood support.
CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE in PSYCHOLOGY TODAY
Book Signing at Barnes and Noble with Dr. Peter
Wed, January 13, 2016 at 7 PM - Barnes and Noble in Union Square
Come visit with Dr. Peter Bongiorno as he reads from his new book "Put Anxiety Behind You: The Complete Drug Free Program.
There will be discussion, time for questions, and a book signing too!
where: Barnes and Noble, Union Square
33 East 17th Street
New York, NY 10003
when: Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 7 PM
more information: call us at 631.421.1848 or email@example.com
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Plastics Increase Risk for Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease
11-9-2015 - posted on TheRealFoodCleanse.com
Can plastics increase the risk of diseases like diabetes and heart disease?
Yes, it can...
Learn some steps to stop plastic from playing with your health.
posted on TheRealFoodCleanse.com
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NY Times Video featuring Inner Source Health
Inner Source Health appears in the NY Times where they highlight high quality small business.
CLICK HERE TO SEE NY TIMES VIDEO
Is Your Diet S.A.D??
So, is anyone getting the nutrients they really need? Sadly, the answer is a clear ‘no.’ Most of us consume the Standard American Diet, which you can shorten by just calling it ‘SAD.’
Aptly named, this diet fails to......
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Should You Include Eggs in a Healthy Diet?
Are eggs healthy or not?
new blog on share care by Dr. Pina
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Dr. Pina's new book cover - Little Book of Healthy Beauty: Simple Daily Habits to Get Your Glowing
Dr. Pina's new book Little Book of Healthy Beauty: Simple Daily Habits to Get Your Glowing, is written and is being edited as we speak.
Dr. Pina is excited to show you the new book cover with a sneak peek above!
This book will explain the basics of natural medicine we all need to know. With an emphasis on health and beauty, you will find it easy fun and easy to read and amazingly helpful to make you your healthiest and most beautiful!
Can Coffee Be Good for Anxiety?
As the most well used psychoactive drug of all time, coffee is an interesting compound, with generally positive reviews regarding health and mood. Regarding overall health, studies show some wonderful health effects for coffee….
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What are the health benefits of sunflower oil?
Sunflower oil is extracted by pressing the sunflower seed of the sunflower (Helianthus annuus). I first heard about the benefits of sunflower oil in medical school, where we learned how sunflower oil may be helpful to patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is an autoimmune condition where the immune system causes inflammation in the brain and spinal cord….
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Rhodiola versus Sertraine (Zoloft) for Major Depression?
First study to pit herb against antidepressant provokes debate about treatment:
- learn what Dr. Peter Bongiorno thinks by clicking below to access the Natural Medicine Journal
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