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International Youth Alliance for Peace & World Vision conducted Disability Sensitization Workshop in Badulla

“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.” – Mahatma Gandhi… 612 more words

International Youth Alliance for Peace, World Vision holds Disability Sensitization Workshop for Children

International Youth Alliance for Peace (IYAP) and World Vision recently conducted a disability sensitization workshop for 50 school children from Meegahakiula, Badulla District. The children were part of World Vision Child Society in the area. 399 more words

Why Would You DILUTE Something Good For You? I'll Give You 5 Reasons.

A significant portion of my practice is educating consumers on safe aromatherapy techniques. We all know essential oils are highly concentrated substances derived from plants. It seems counter-intuitive to dilute something that is all-natural and healthy. 886 more words

What You Don't Know About Essential Oils Can Burn You. Literally.

If you’ve been reading my blog articles for any length of time, by now you know where I stand on essential oils. I think they are incredible extracts of nature, but at the same time need to be treated with respect. 2,377 more words

Don’t Let Your Babies Get Sensitized: Guest Post

Unfortunately, so many well-meaning moms go onto the internet and find blogs that instruct them to apply all sorts of aromatic undiluted formulas to kids for everything from the sniffles to ADD, ADHD, and more. 355 more words


Post-traumatic stress symptoms in pathological gambling: Potential evidence of anti-reward processes (full text)

By Cheryl L. Green, Ramzi W. Nahhas, Arielle A. Scoglio, Igor Elman.

Background: Excessive gambling is considered to be a part of the addiction spectrum. Stress-like emotional states are a key feature both of pathological gambling (PG) and of substance addiction. 193 more words

Journal Of Behavioral Addictions

Is Child Disability A Mercy Stroke?

Story by: Ambali Fehintola

Near the end of love’s labour lies a child with bleeding heart begging for a fleeting attention in a fast paced world, where love, care and attention have seemingly become pricey than a piece of gold necklace. 505 more words