Should we focus on Cures or is it better to focus on uplifting lives

submitted by: Johnny Pietersen
http://www.biogetica.com - This video discusses the cure controversies across different systems of medicine. Natural medicine systems like Ayurveda and Homeopathy rarely get into the duality of whether a certain ailment can be cured. Allopathy on the other hand often does and lands up in a situation where very few ailments or diseases can be cured. Is it productive or counter-productive to focus on finding cures? Is it better to focus on curing people or keeping them well? IF you were no...

Depression from a Holisitic Perspective

submitted by: Johnny Pietersen
http://www.biogetica.com - Does mood create chemical secretions or do chemical secretions create mood? Should we alter mood by using neuro-transmitor altering drugs or should we correct chemical imbalances subtly by reminding the body of optimal function? Depression is an amazing opportunity to demonstrate holistic sciences. Sarcodes which are informational and energetic imprints of optimal function can be used to remind the body of optimal function and rid it of depression forever. Your...

Descubrimiento de raíces judías con análisis genéticos "Leyendo entre los genes"

submitted by: clownfish

ESTE VIDEO DESCRIBE COMO LOS ANALISIS GENETICOS PROPORCIONAN INFORMACION SOBRE LOS ANTEPASADOS.

Finding Forgotten Ancestry Using DNA

submitted by: clownfish

How genetic ancestry testing helped me discover my family's Jewish ancestry.

Does God Exist?

submitted by: islamforhumanity

If Quran is not from God(Allah) then who could have mentioned all these scientific facts in the Quran 1400 years ago which science have discovered recently?

The Well Dressed Ape book review

submitted by: sciencegoddess

Joanne describes her listening experience of the audio version of life-science-popular-book-writer Hannah Holmes' "The Well Dressed Ape: A Natural History of Myself" as the more comprehensive and funnier updated version of the 1960s "The Naked Ape" by Desmond Morris. Joanne's goal with book reviews is to be positive and intelligent and encourage the reluctant science reader to pick up a book and to let science enthusiasts know what is available on the bookshelves now.