Protect Your Child’s Eyes During Online Learning

Protect Your Child’s Eyes During Online Learning

#Child #eyes #online #learning The American Academy of Ophthalmology wants parents to know that too much screen time and virtual learning can be tough on their children’s eyes, causing muscle strain and tired, dry eyes, which can lead to headaches and blurry vision. The academy shares a back-to-online checklist for protecting your child’s eyes, which […]

The Power of Meditation (Video)

The Power of Meditation (Video)

#meditation #mind #body #spirit #health #mindfullness #brain As of Y 2019, an estimated 500-M people meditate regularly around the globe. Considering its many psychological and physical benefits, this is Good News. There is a large body of evidence demonstrating the mind-body connection is real, and that your mind has a direct impact on our physical […]

Online Courses to Brush Up on Your Wine and Dance Skills Before Traveling…and

Online Courses to Brush Up on Your Wine and Dance Skills Before Traveling…and

You can still go to Graduate School! Since the C-19 coronavirus chaos began derailing travel plans, people have been spending more time finding ways to satisfy their curiosity and interests from home. Every day there are more livestreams and videos available that let us experience new places and things without leaving home, the virtual travel sites are listed […]

The Social Contract in the 21st Century

The Social Contract in the 21st Century

McKinsey Global Institute February 2020 Report Subject: Economic outcomes and the relationship between individuals and institutions have shifted for workers, consumers, and savers in advanced economies. Life has changed substantially for individuals in advanced economies in the 1st 2 decades of the 21st Century as a result of trends including disruptions in technology, globalization, the economic […]

Giving Thanks is Good

Giving Thanks is Good

Gratitude involves affirming the good in your life and recognizing its sources. It is the understanding that life owes you nothing, and that the good things in your life are gifts that cannot be taken for granted. Focusing on gratitude has become a growing trend in recent years, and for good reason. There is a […]

So You Want to Be a Successful Stock Trader, Well This is What it Takes

So You Want to Be a Successful Stock Trader, Well This is What it Takes

For those of you serious about trading for a living, the following is a list of characteristics found in every highly successful trader. Realize that 1% of the people who play this game take 99% of the profits. That means 99% of people who call themselves “traders” are giving over all their money to the […]

Sleep Influences Learning, Memory and Overall Health

Sleep Influences Learning, Memory and Overall Health

FLASH: Sleep impacts your ability to learn and your creative capacity. Deep sleep is also crucial for brain detoxification, and can have a significant impact on your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. In the video below, Rhonda Patrick, PhD., a biomedical scientist, interviews professor Matthew Walker, PhD., founder and director of the University of California Berkeley’s […]

Keep Knowledge Coming into Your Life

Keep Knowledge Coming into Your Life

Keep Knowledge Coming into Your Life Ben Franklin said: “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” Investing in Knowledge, some things to do Naps: Naps can dramatically increase learning, memory, awareness, creativity, and productivity. Pulling from the results of more than 10 years of experiments, nap researcher Sara Mednick of the University of California, […]

UAE at Forefront in Re-engineering & Reshaping Higher Education

UAE at Forefront in Re-engineering & Reshaping Higher Education

UAE at Forefront in Re-engineering & Reshaping Higher Education Dr. Mansoor Al Awar, Chancellor of Hamdan bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) and Chairman of the Governing Board of the United Nations Institute for Information Technologies in Education (UNESCO), joined an elite group of international leaders and experts participating in Mobile Learning Week (MLW) 2017 held […]

Laughing Helps Us Learn New Things

Laughing Helps Us Learn New Things

Laughing Helps Us Learn New Things Psychology Today says laughter helps facilitate your capacity to learn new things. Especially for children, and that is why laughter is such an important part of their playful activities. It actually helps them learn new skills as they engage in play. Plus, laughter helps ensure they are in an […]

American’s are Outraged at Obama’s Transgender Directive

American’s are Outraged at Obama’s Transgender Directive

American’s are Outraged at Obama’s Transgender Directive Donald Trump vowed Monday that if elected US President he will rescind the Obama administration’s new directives aimed at protecting transgender people against discrimination in schools and healthcare coverage. America’s conservative leaders are outraged over US President Barack Hussein Obama’s directive to all public schools to allow transgender students to use […]

America’s Home Builders Beginning to Market Safety and Energy Efficiency

America’s Home Builders Beginning to Market Safety and Energy Efficiency

America’s Home Builders Beginning to Market Safety and Energy Efficiency When single family home builders talk about customer service, they focus on how to make the building process smoother, how to speak to customers so that they understand, and how to mitigate problems and delays. Last year in a presentation at the 2015 Avid Conference […]

Synthetic Fructose Found in Processed Foods May Cause Brain Damage

Synthetic Fructose Found in Processed Foods May Cause Brain Damage

Synthetic Fructose Found in Processed Foods May Cause Brain Damage New American research finds that fructose consumption could alter and potentially damage hundreds of genes in the brain. These genetic modifications could be linked to medical conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. A team of scientists from the […]