Monthly Archives: April 2022

Photo report | A Maoist Abductee’s Quest for Enlightenment

Shri Pancha Satya Sanathan assumes Padmasana (lotus posture) with closed eyes for her morning meditation. The loincloth that surrounds her waste is the only piece of clothing hiding her modesty. A Janai (sacred thread) hangs from his shoulder and runs over his bare chest, two large silver rings shine on …

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Key to exercise and fitness for cancer patients – The Gisborne Herald

Published on April 30, 2022 12:16 IT’S TIME TO MOVE: Fitness gurus Brian Horwell and Michele Rennie are the coordinators of new exercise classes now available for cancer patients. Caro Deutsch (right) from the Gisborne-East Coast Cancer Society says cancer patients can benefit greatly from regular physical activity. Photo by …

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Music club set to finish what it started before 2020 lockdown

Richard Ormrod and Mary Hofman should play in Newport The Newport Music Club managed to attend the second concert in its epic series of Beethoven Violin Sonatas in March 2020 – with club members breathing a sigh of relief at the thought of finishing their season. Today, more than two …

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Combined yoga interventions provide more relaxation and less stress

Yoga is often equated with acrobatic stretching exercises supposed to induce relaxation and better body awareness. This benefit has been scientifically proven. What has been little studied so far is how different yoga techniques such as “sun salutation” or breathing exercises as well as meditation work in combination. Dr. Karin …

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Drums, drones and drifting happiness: 10 of Klaus Schulze’s greatest recordings | Music

Tangerine Dream – Journey Through a Burning Brain (1970) Klaus Schulze’s first appearance on vinyl was as a drummer in the fledgling Tangerine Dream, a band that looked nothing like the Tangerine Dream who were famous in the mid-70s for their beatless, beatific electronic epics. The frazzled and sometimes terrifying …

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Prince Harry’s interview sheds light on his bad habit of rewriting history

A new interview with Prince Harry sheds light on a bad habit he’s struggling to kick. Say what you will about Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, but the man has some pretty impressive discipline. Not so long ago, no Mayfair nightclub, members club or two-bit boozer had truly succeeded until …

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Get McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets for $1 on the app

Cole Saladino/Thrillist McDonald’s wants to celebrate exactly what makes you, whether your idea of ​​the perfect fast food experience is dipping your McNuggets in six different sauces or slamming the crispy little chicken nuggets straight onto a sandwich. Because there’s no wrong way to enjoy Chicken McNuggets (including dipping them …

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New destination for plant-based foods and live music opens in Healdsburg

While more laid-back in its approach, Little Saint retains the same product-focused philosophies as SingleThread, its three-Michelin-star sister restaurant located a few blocks from downtown Healdsburg. When the Connaughtons first opened the restaurant in 2016, they intended to create a multi-course menu sourced from their dedicated farm and its many …

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Try These 5 Mental Strategies for Exercise

OWe all now know that mind and body are inextricably linked. This idea, often dubbed “the mind-body connection,” can relate to virtually every facet of human experience. My guts, for example, flutter when I’m jet lagged – a physical response to a derailed circadian rhythm. Research also shows that immune …

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Abbott launches improved app for neurostimulation

Abbott (NYSE:ABT) today announced the release of an enhanced version of its NeuroSphere myPath digital health application. The Abbott Park, Illinois-based company designed the upgraded app with enhanced functionality to help doctors follow their patients more closely as they test Abbott neurostimulation devices to treat their chronic pain. According to …

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Are you breathing correctly?

It’s never too late to learn how to do something right that you’ve literally done your whole life. Photo: Spencer Selover, Pexels We all learn a few universal truths in school: the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, and …

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Review of the New Music Biennale – a witty mix of genres and styles | Classical music

Jhe structure of the PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial now seems firmly established. A weekend featuring 20 mostly new works, each with a nominal running time of just 15 minutes, and each performed twice in an hour-long slot, separated by a discussion board with the composer and possibly be the …

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Chanel West Coast in Swimsuit Smells “All the Vibe” – Celebwell

Chanel West Coast is one of many stars who have used the Coachella music festival as a swimwear show. The rapper flaunted her fabulous figure in a retro print swimsuit at the Revolve Festival during the annual gathering in Indio, Calif. “The whole vibe,” she captioned a series of snaps, …

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Depressed or anxious? There might not be an app for that after all

A massive new review of scientific evidence suggests that mental health apps aren’t as effective as we’d hoped – at least not yet Are you depressed? Don’t worry, there is an app for that. Anxiety? Yes, that too. ADHD? Panic disorder? Addiction? Yes, yes and yes. And yet, despite the …

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LÓN, Ári Arelíus, Between Mountains & Jónas Sig

It’s officially summer now, and while the weather is still decidedly chilly, The Reykjavík Grapevine has the hottest new tracks for your listening pleasure. See what we did there? Pun intended, we’re all about it. All of these tracks – and many more The Grapevine has brought to you over …

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Is the meditation app worth the hype?

Headspace meditation app possesses has been around since 2010 and is used by over 30 million people worldwide. That’s a lot of people listening to guided meditations and exercises designed to boost relaxation and mindfulness. It is also one of the top ranked health and fitness apps on iTunes and …

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Making Room for Audiobooks: A Mindfulness Exercise

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. The other day, I was driving and listening to my audiobook when I found myself in the middle of a strange enigma. I had missed my turn and lost my place in the …

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Northern Nights music festival will have cannabis retailers at every stop

Organizers of the Northern Nights Music Festival announced this week that the 2022 edition of the event will be the first music festival to have dispensaries located on stages and the first to feature multiple on-site cannabis retailers. The event is scheduled to take place July 15-17, 2022 at Cook’s …

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There is also an app for this, and the University of Maryland Medical Center in Midtown has tested it with positive results.

BALTIMORE — Addiction treatment providers raced at the start of the coronavirus pandemic to find ways to keep people engaged after closing their physical doors. For the most part, that meant telehealth or audio or video calls. But with fatal overdoses on the rise in Maryland and nationally, leaders of …

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How exercise can help manage stress, anxiety and depression

Physical activity can relieve stress and can also improve symptoms of anxiety and depression. Experts believe it does this by both promoting resilience and giving a person a break from stress, thereby improving their mood. Although researchers know that exercise can improve symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression, they don’t …

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Why Porphyria Patients Should Take This Cannabis Survey

When it comes to treating the symptoms of porphyria, there are more options than prescription medications alone. Just about every patient I know who has managed an active medical condition for some time has a recipe for wellness-based and self-help practices to deal with pain and stress. Mine includes daily …

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Bill Roache: Soap star uses exercise to stave off health issues – ‘it worked for me’

In a special documentary airing tonight on ITV, the star’s life and career are celebrated, looking back at his legacy and achievements. The film also follows him on set as beloved character Ken Barlow, and at his Cheshire home as he approaches his special birthday, which takes place on April …

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Music as Medicine – The New Indian Express

Express press service Rishab Sharma is a 23 year old with big shoes to fill. He is the fourth generation of the famous Rikhi Ram family, known for making classical instruments, and was also the youngest disciple of the late Pt Ravi Shankar. He is now touring India promoting his …

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There’s an app for that, too, and the University of Maryland Medical Center in Midtown tested it with positive results – Baltimore Sun

Addiction treatment providers scrambled at the start of the coronavirus pandemic to find ways to keep people engaged after closing their physical doors. For the most part, that meant telehealth or audio or video calls. But with fatal overdoses on the rise in Maryland and nationally, leaders of the Center …

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Stress is healthy, until it’s not

Amy Himelright | Las Cruces Public Schools In honor of National Stress Awareness Month, it might be worth looking at what exactly stress is and why we need a little bit of it in our lives. In fact, a good amount of stress can be an effective motivation to take …

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5 ways to increase your concentration skills

First published April 16, 2022, 4:32 PM IST If you’ve ever struggled to complete a difficult task at work, prepare for a critical test, or work on a challenging project, you may have wished you could improve your ability to concentrate. Here are 5 ways to improve your focus: If …

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Music amidst the rubble | Philippe Yancey

As Holy Week approaches each year, I turn to my favorite part of the Gospels, John 13-17. Many other passages seem rushed. They leave me yearning for more sensory detail and pondering the significance of Jesus’ cryptic words. In these five chapters, the author slows down the pace almost cinematically. …

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CUD students develop award-winning app for determined people

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: A team of entrepreneurs from Canada’s University of Dubai (CUD) have developed a new app to help determined job seekers by providing home-based job training using virtual reality. These student entrepreneurs have already been recognized for their social innovation, winning first prize in local and regional …

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Do you need a mindfulness coach? We’re asking someone to find out

There are many facets to the practice of mindfulness. Whether through meditation or mental visualization, the goal is to enter a state of awareness and be present in the moment. To achieve this awareness, we must reach a state of internalization that allows us to listen to our feelings, our …

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This slow breathing exercise can reduce stress and anxiety

Source: Ingrid Santana/Pexels Slow breathing exercises are game-changing tools to help reduce stress and anxiety. A recent research study found that even a single five-minute session of deep, slow breathing reduces stress and anxiety. The breathing exercise in the study was a simple guided exercise: inhale for four seconds and …

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Jojo Immanuel-Lawson releases official video for “THE CROSS” | Music

International gospel artist, Jojo Immanuel-Lawson, a Briton/Ghanaian with over 30 years of ministry, presents his official ‘Single’ and music video – ‘THE CROSS’. The captivating lyrics and performance of “The Cross” are an evocative reminder of the price of our reconciliation and God’s ultimate act of mercy. The lyrics take …

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Catholic app Hallow and Mark Wahlberg launch partnership

Sarge986 chairman Stephen Guilfoyle and energy expert Phil Flynn discuss a majority of companies that have been trading below IPO price since their IPO this year and share their IPO picks in stock exchange. Catholic prayer and meditation app Hallow has launched a partnership with actor Mark Wahlberg, who is …

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Slimmed-down Chrissie Swan shares her top tip for exercising every day

Slimmed-down Chrissie Swan shares her top tip for exercising every day – after her incredible weight loss By Marta Jary for Daily Mail Australia Published: 4:02 p.m. BST, 12 April 2022 | Update: 4:03 p.m. BST, 12 April 2022 Chrissie Swan underwent a transformation last year. And the radio star …

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Stress can be a part of life, but needs to be controlled for good mental health

April is National Stress Awareness Month April 11, 2022 ~ It’s no secret that for many of us, these are stressful times! There is an ongoing pandemic with an ever-changing virus, political divisions, war in Ukraine, rising gas prices, inflation, and ever-increasing day-to-day responsibilities. As April is Stress Awareness Month, …

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UCF Recognized by Exercise is Medicine for Efforts to Create a Culture of Wellness on Campus

The University of Central Florida is one of 156 universities and colleges worldwide to be honored by Exercise is Medicine (EIM) for its efforts to create a culture of wellness on campus. Events such as the Institute of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation Sciences Conference helped UCF earn Silver designation from …

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Shawn Mendes Opens Up About Camila Cabello Breakup, New Music & Failing Acting Audition

Shawn Mendes has opened up about his Camila Cabello dump after the music megastars ended their two-year relationship late last year. In an exclusive interview with Sunrise, the 23-year-old singing sensation reflected on his post-breakup life and opened up about his new life as a single man. Watch Shawn’s full …

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Pennington Works on New Health App, Chase Opens New Branch in Baton Rouge | Economic news

Pennington researchers use soldier data for application Researchers at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center are putting 20 years of knowledge learned from soldiers into an application that aims to help people improve their health. Researchers are leveraging what they’ve learned by developing the Army HEALTH, or Healthy Eating, Activity, Lifestyle …

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Yoga, meditation camp organized in Hoshiarpur : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Hoshiarpur: DAV College of Education Health Services Club, Hoshiarpur, organized a yoga and meditation boot camp to observe ‘World Health Day’. Yoga teacher Dr Narinder Kumar from Sehaj Meditation Center, Hoshiarpur was the resource person. Faculty members and students of MEd. and BEd actively participated …

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The week in classic: Igor Levit; Sean Shibe – review | Classical music

IIf you collected information about the Russian-German pianist Igor Levit, surely he can’t resist a marathon. The requirements of performing long works, alone on stage, need not be specified. Levit’s motivation, evident in every note he plays, is music. At the start of lockdown in 2020, when the world was …

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Free Liminal relaxation and meditation app available for Quest

Liminal is a new relaxation and meditation app on the official Quest store, and it’s available for free. Liminal started life as an App Lab build for Quest, but as of today, it’s available for free on the main Quest store. According to the description, it offers “over 60 experiences …

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Mindfulness, exercise can ease symptoms and pain in people with MS | Daily Mail Features

A West Virginia University assistant professor and occupational therapist – and hundreds of professional peers and colleagues around the world – dig deeper into wellness strategies beyond just medication in the treatment and management of multiple sclerosis . An incurable disease affecting the central nervous system, multiple sclerosis can include …

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Camila Cabello Opens Up About Fifth Harmony Exit on New Psychofreak Song E! News UK

Camila Cabello references her split from Fifth Harmony on her new track, “Psychofreak.” The ‘Don’t Go Yet’ singer – who left the girl group in 2016 to pursue a solo career – admits she doesn’t “blame the girls for what happened”. She sings, “Everybody say they miss the old me …

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Yoga offers a relaxing form of exercise | Health

If muscles, tension, pain, or nerves are making you feel like you’re tied in a knot, it might be time to relax and try a yoga routine. Instructor Casey Lesmeister said yoga is a body, mind and spiritual practice with different styles of combined physical postures, breathing and meditation for …

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Shawn Mendes’ single ‘When You’re Gone’ inspired by breakup | Music

JOHN CARUCCI Associated Press NEW YORK — As Shawn Mendes prepares to embark on a massive world tour, the 23-year-old has released a moving single reflecting on his split from Camila Cabello. Mendes says “When You’re Gone” was about processing the loss of his life. (Cabello has his own album …

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UMass Amherst Research Team Advances Smartwatch Sensor for Opioid Detection, Application in the Works | WIVT

AMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) — A UMass research team has developed both a smartwatch sensor and an app for detecting opioid cravings. UMass researchers began work on smartwatch sensors in October 2021, after receiving $1.1 million, to detect opioid cravings and provide mindful interventions to reduce opioid abuse and overdoses. The …

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Gut bacteria may contribute to drug resistance

Share on PinterestNew rodent research suggests gut bacteria may interfere with the effectiveness of blood pressure medications. Paul Linse/Getty Images Nearly half of all adults in the United States suffer from high blood pressure. For about 20% of them, the condition does not respond to medication. In a new study …

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Slick Cash Loan Offers Instant Loans Guaranteed Approval Online Across the United States

Slick Cash Loan makes it easy for anyone to get a loan with instant loans online with guaranteed approval. Slick Cash Loan, the leading online loan service renowned for its fast and reliable loan services, now offers online instant loans with guaranteed approval across the United States. People short of …

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Discover the synergy between music and the big ideas of history in a new book

LIVINGSTON, Mont. (PRWEB) 06 April 2022 Based on extensive research, “Einstein’s Violin: The Love Affair between Science, Music, and History’s Most Creative Thinkers” (published by Archway Publishing) by Douglas Wadle tells the story of how music alters recognition software shapes in people’s brains, allowing for more creative problem solving. …

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Butler University launches mental health app from LifeOmic and Preventia

Preventia, a leading virtual care lifestyle medicine marketplace, announced in late March that it was partnering with health software company LifeOmic to design a mental health platform for Butler University students. The two Indianapolis companies created a custom solution for Butler to provide his students with online therapy and other …

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Live Whole Health Blog #117: Social Connection

Social connection is essential to our overall health. When we live in harmony with others and through a shared community, our well-being is enhanced. Social bonds can be established through active participation with family, groups and communities. A community can be your neighborhood, a spiritual or faith group, a VA …

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The best new free music creation software: the must-have freeware of April 2022

There’s certainly no shortage of free plugins available for music makers these days. In fact, there are almost – dare we say it – too muchwith the ever-increasing abundance of gifts making the task of sifting through the pile more time-consuming and laborious by the day. This is where we …

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Can you spot the bird in this photo? Many could not

A photograph of a owl perched on a tree with his eyes closed left internet users struggling to spot him. Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda, who often shares interesting wildlife content on Twitter, posted a photo of a “meditating owl”. “Meditating Owl with eyes closed has perfect camouflage …

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Learning to breathe can help reduce stress

Stress has been a constant problem for me. I’m struggling to handle it, but I’m getting better. If I could jump in a time machine and travel back in time, I would tell my younger self to relax and learn to breathe. I am an independent digital marketing consultant. One …

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