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Will religion ever disappear?

Interesting discussion from BBC.

Will religion ever disappear?

by Rachel Nuwer | 19 December 2014 | BBC Future

Atheism is on the rise around the world, so does that mean spirituality will soon be a thing of the past? 2,223 more words


Exploiting Neuroplasticity for Improved Compassion

Scientists have known for some time now that the brain is plastic. In other words, new neural connections can be formed when we begin to think differently and, conversely, old patterns of thought are not necessarily prisons if we are willing to put the work into changing them.   441 more words


Antibiotics and our Immune Systems

There are many questions that come up when discussing food allergies, but a common question lately is, “Does fungus cause food allergies?” This question is gaining traction because of the frequent prescription and use of antibiotics, which are fungal poisons known as mycotoxins. 293 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert

Profiles interview In Jamaica

Hello followers,

Ive been settling into Jamaica and setting up my practice, so I have been really quiet lately. Until Ian Boyne found out about me and invited me to be on his show, Profiles, which aired Yesterday (Sunday, December 14, 2014). 26 more words


Health Benefits of Kale

First let’s learn some background on this newly popular, rightfully so, cruciferous vegetable.  Kale, originally from Asia, is in the same family as broccoli and cabbage.  268 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert

Back to Coconut Oil

I recommend the book, The Coconut Oil Miracle, 5th Edition, by Bruce Fife. The fifth edition is updated with current information about the benefits of coconut oil.   116 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert