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Hi Folks, I came across this phenomena a few years ago but the Video that is in the following Article is really a great piece of work - ingenious actually. And you will see how this effects ALL of Us - from the funny examples to the interesting Facts given by 2 NeuroScientists discussing the Results from a Test, the Guy who made this Video went for. Yes really:)

Distracted walking: A habit that can affect your body, brain

With the streets swarming with ‘petextrians’, concern over road safety looms ever larger. The programme Talking Point explores what happens when phone users walk distractedly and how Singapore can change this habit.

SINGAPORE: Zombies may be fictional, but distracted walkers are all too real. With necks bent, eyes lowered and ears plugged, they navigate our streets with devices in hand — you’ve either seen them or are them.

As early as 2015, a survey conducted by Nanyang Technological University students found that 93 per cent of 419 youths admitted to “multi-tasking while walking”, which led to 598 reported accidents among them.…

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By Janet Vargas - Independent Natural Researcher 30+ Yrs

Honestly Folks, you should give yourself the chance to be better Informed. You like to be Informed about Some Things but Not RoundUp? I can tell you this: It may Spare You Health Issues OR Explain Some Health Issues. Maybe you should address Your Doubts with a Dose of Truth. You will say to yourself "Thank Goodness I Did"…………I'm trying to Help You and Your Family. Read On!

To start with, did you hear what Guardian wrote in an Article called
One Man's Suffering Exposed Monsanto's Secrets to the World? It reads:

It was a verdict heard around the world. In a stunning blow to one of the world’s largest seed and chemical companies, jurors in San Francisco have told Monsanto it must pay $289m in damages to a man dying of cancer which he claims was caused by exposure to its herbicides.…

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THIS POST HAS A BALANCE OF HOW CLUTTER AFFECTS US and POSITIVE APPROACHES AGAINST NEGATIVE MINDSETS THAT CAN HINDER US FROM DECLUTTERING and MAKING PROGRESS WITH THIS STRATEGY.
BE SURE TO SEE THE TWO REALLY HELPFUL VIDEOS ON THIS PAGE. THEY WILL HELP YOU CONSIDERABLY.

How Clutter Can Affect Your Health

Barbara Brody from WebMD

Too Much Stuff

If your closets are bursting or your desk is topped with piles of disorganized papers, you may want to take some steps toward a neater home or workspace. While a bit of chaos might have some upsides -- at least one study suggests that a messy room spurs creativity -- it has many more downsides. It can even be damaging for your physical and mental health.

Mess Equals Stress

When everything is in order, you know exactly where you put your glasses and keys so you can grab them and go on with your day.…

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The hypocrisy of TV Preachers has reached an all time high and does not make for Healthy Viewing. Especially unsavory guys like Kenneth Copeland. Many describe the crazy look of his eyes as Scary (unnatural and unsettling) You can hardly describe him as a "Man of God" because the culprit he has been all along has become very evident in his behavior, for all to see. He is the TV Preacher who
Made Merry when Covid broke out in 2020. His eyes were full of Greed.
The Pandemic did however Show many of those Creeps up with their
False Predictions!

Jesus did say there would be such people in days to come,
so it comes as no surprise to me, I've known it for years.

Joyce Meyer's Greed is evident to many, and the same with Creflo Dollar and Jesse Duplantis. They all own their own fancy Jets and have Extravagant Lifestyles, having no sense of shame whatsoever.

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Curated by Janet Vargas - Independent Natural Health Researcher 30+ Yrs

The company with NO CONSCIENCE. A lot of Companies have No Conscience in Recent Times but BAYER (MONSANTO) Top the Lot of Them. Many Times they have been found to be NOTORIOUS CRIMINALS and also Big Bullies that are So Lucrative they have won Court Cases by sheer force - not to mention False Claims. Monsanto have a Nasty Recent History of Running Farmers off their Land, who of Necessity, wished to Discontinue the use of Monsanto's GMO Crops with Heaps of RoundUp (because they are deliberately Resistant to it). They have won some cases based on FALSIFIED CLAIMS and BIG MONEY. NOT THIS TIME!

The Insatiable GREED Of Bayer-Monsanto - The Greatest Deception Of All Time - You Need To Think Again Folks

Bayer (Previously Monsanto) Ordered To Pay $2.25 Billion After Jury Links Herbicide Roundup To Cancer

By Frances Vinall- Washington Post 29th Jan 2024

A jury handed down a $2.25 billion verdict, including $2 Billion in punitive damages, against Agrochemical Giant MONSANTO, according to the lawyers of a man who said he developed Cancer from using the company’s Weed Killer, ROUNDUP.…

HERE IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE RECENT GOOD NEWS STORIES OF A PERSON WITH A GENEROUS SPIRIT AND VERY CARING TOWARDS HIS FELLOWMAN. SO REFRESHING TO FIND IN A TIME OF GREED and ADVERSITY. SO MANY NICE PEOPLE I MEET IN SHOPPING CENTRES COMMENT ON HOW THE "Money and Greed" PHENONEMA IS GETTING OUT OF HAND. EVERY COMPANY OUT THERE EXPECTS US TO BE THEIR MONEY TREE. WELL HAVE A READ OF THIS.

Millionaire Builds 99 Tiny Homes to Cut Homelessness in His Community – He Even Provides Work On Site for Them

By Andy Corbley -Oct 30, 2023

After selling his company for eight figures to a competitor, one Canadian Entrepreneur is using his profit to build a community of tiny homes for those who need it most.

In the New Brunswick city of Fredericton, his factory is now churning out 1 tiny home every 4 business days in a bid to create the 12 Neighbours gated community of 99 homes and an enterprise center to give homeless Frederictonians a real second chance.…

By Science Daily

Study shows the dynamics of people's emotions mold otherwise neutral experiences into memorable events

Time flows in a continuous stream -- yet our memories are divided into separate episodes, all of which become part of our personal narrative. How emotions shape this memory formation process is a mystery that science has only recently begun to unravel. The latest clue comes from UCLA psychologists, who have discovered that fluctuating emotions elicited by music helps form separate and durable memories.

The study, published in Nature Communications, used music to manipulate the emotions of volunteers performing simple tasks on a computer. The researchers found that the dynamics of people's emotions molded otherwise neutral experiences into memorable events.

"Changes in emotion evoked by music created boundaries between episodes that made it easier for people to remember what they had seen and when they had seen it," said lead author Mason McClay, a doctoral student in psychology at UCLA.…

I had this happen recently when after cutting half a Pumpkin in segments to store in my Fridge. The moisture from the Pumpkin dried quickly on my hand and my skin went noticeably Very Dry. I went to wash my hands and the water did not make any difference. Then I moisturized my hands and that didn't make much difference either. To my astonishment, the moisture from the Pumpkin - over the 6-10 minutes I was firmly gripping it to cut it, had what I felt was an acid affect. Then I found the following Article on the Net that evening, when I checked the notion I had and found it was true. It gave me enough Validation to say "I think I will place this on Ours Australia, to let my Readers know about it" so here we go!

Why Butternut Squash Hurts Your Hands
By Backyard Gardening Blog

Many a gardener will grow butternut squash, and eagerly watch the fruits develop, counting the days, hoping they’re not ruined by an early frost.…

Natural Health Article from Science Daily

A new study shows that people who eat a diet that includes at least half a serving per day of foods high in flavonoids like strawberries, oranges, peppers and apples may have a 20% lower risk of cognitive decline. The research is published in the July 28, 2021, online issue of Neurology the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The study looked at several types of flavonoids, and found that flavones and anthocyanins may have the most protective effect.

Flavonoids are naturally occurring compounds found in plants and are considered powerful antioxidants. It is thought that having too few antioxidants may play a role in cognitive decline as you age.

"There is mounting evidence suggesting flavonoids are powerhouses when it comes to preventing your thinking skills from declining as you get older," said study author Walter Willett, MD, DrPH, of Harvard University in Boston, Mass.…