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Stop Birds From Hitting Windows in Minutes With a Bar of Soap

This is the easiest, least expensive, and most effective method we've found to prevent unnecessary bird deaths. Please consider sharing with family and friends. Read more

 

Improve Back Health by Lengthening Shortened Hamstrings

In response to Monday's post on movements that counteract slouching, a number of people asked what to do about intermittent back pain. Read more

 

How to Counteract Slouching and Open Up Stiff Shoulders and

In resting child's pose, hands outstretched in front of you, palms down, press your chest downward and alternate between leaning down into each armpit - think of making your armpits bigger with each pulse. Read more

 

Prostate Gland Care

If you're male and over the age of 20, the best time to get serious about taking care of your prostate gland is now. Conventional medical guidelines recommend annual digital (finger) rectal examinations to screen for prostate enlargement and cancer, beginning in your 41st year. In recent years, I've observed an increasing number of men in their 20s and 30s exhibiting symptoms of prostate gland dysfunction. Read more

 

Love Knows Not Its Own Depth

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Love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.

- Khalil Gibran Read more

 

How to Liberate Tight Shoulders

Be sure to keep your core engaged and maintain steady breathing throughout all of these movements. Read more

 

Homocysteine: One of the Best Objective Markers of How Healthy You Are

As a general marker of overall health status, few tests carry greater predictive weight than homocysteine.

The amount of homocysteine in your blood is one of the best objective indicators of how healthy you are and how long you are going to live. Read more

 

Bank of England Capitulates | Learning to Protect Our Purchasing Power

On the macro front, there has been one significant development since the update I shared on the 26th of September. On September 28th, the Bank of England announced an emergency period of bond buying to stabilize soaring yields and a plummeting British Pound. Put another way, they began quantitative easing, also known as money printing. Read more

 

3 Movements for a Stronger Core and Healthier Shoulders

In Korea, frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis is common enough at a certain stage of life that it's called "fifty shoulder," meaning a shoulder ailment that tends to develop sometime during one's fifties or beyond. Read more

 

Germany's Catastrophic Gas Problem

Though this video was made before the recent sabotage of the Nord Stream pipeline, it provides a clear explanation of why Germany has a serious gas problem, and should serve as a cautionary tale for other nations that are considering fully doing away with reliable sources of affordable energy, including nuclear power plants. Read more

 

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