Monday, November 27, 2006

Speedlinking 11/27/06

This morning's image is of Crater Lake in Oregon, from The Fairest:

Happy Monday. I hope you had a happy and safe holiday weekend.

~ Value Of Exercise For Seniors Shown In Multi-center Study With Stanford.
~ Diet May Help Prevent Allergies And Asthma. I wish I could get my clients to believe me when I tell them this.
~ Blocking An Inter-Generational Cycle Of Obesity. This is another article on the importance of proper nutrition while pregnant.
~ Pilates can aid some with Parkinson's. "Movements in Pilates exercises are controlled — sometimes moving the body only inches — but those small motions are making a big difference to some people with Parkinson's disease."
~ Blame Myelin For Many Neuropsychiatric Disorders. The article doesn't make this point, but it should: healthy fats in the diet builds healthy cells in the brain.
~ Humans Inhabit Body of Experimental Robot.

~ Antidepressants and Weight Gain: The road to happiness needn't be paved with pounds.
~ Study On Neuronal Circuits May Help Explain Memory And Cognitive Decline In Alzheimer's Disease.
~ Expert Offers Tips On Coping With Grief During The Holidays.
~ From Sean at Deep Surface: The Universe is Expanding.
~ From Will at ThinkBuddha: Doing the Right Thing.
~ Mike at Unknowing Mind offers Nothing Gold Can Stay, a look at the Frost poem.

~ Eternal Hope at The Daily Kos has offered up their Articles of Impeachment against Bush and Cheney. Makes the liberals feel all warm and fuzzy, but with Pelosi next in line, it ain't never gonna happen.
~ Why We Worry About The Things We Shouldn't...And Ignore The Things We Should. For example: "We wring our hands over the mad cow pathogen that might be (but almost certainly isn't) in our hamburger and worry far less about the cholesterol that contributes to the heart disease that kills 700,000 of us annually."
~ Religion and Science. This post features a discussion of the Beyond Belief series.
~ A look at the Heritability of religiosity.
~ From Ryan at Integral Awakening: Research on Tibetan Yoga. Can Eastern practices be adapted to Western needs?

~ Could the Sun be causing climate change? Human influence only accounts for 50% of the current situation according to most scientists.
~ Thinking Clearly About Space, a series of articles on space science.
~ Two-Thirds of China Cities Face Water Shortages.
~ Self-Perpetuating Paradigms: How Scientists Deal With Unexpected Results.
~ Crossing Wild and Conventional Wheat Boosts Protein, Avoids Genetic Modification.
~ Lemur boon on Madagascar: Genetic analysis turns up three new species. They're so cute.

~ An Integral Approach to Enlightenment and beyond. By Alan Kazlev.
~ Joe at Until responds, Another respected guru has faced scrutiny, to my post on Sogyal Rinpoche.
~ NEWS: I'm Looking for a Turquoise CEO. Ken Wilber is looking for an integral level CEO willing to work on the cheap.
~ Ryan at Integral Awakening offers Three Qualities of Contemplative Practice


Unknown said...

Hi I had uncontrollable Asthma - the type with 4 inhailers and myself turning blue. I was only drinking 2 gallons of milk per day. Once I stopped, I didn't need the inhailers anymore. Haven't had trouble breathing and haven't had an asthma attack. Too bad there isn't any real reasearch on this - but I guess the problem is linked to who provides the money for research.

william harryman said...

Hi Tracy,

There actually is quite a bit of research on milk as the source of allergies and asthma -- and many natural type folks say we shouldn't drink milk at all after we are through nursing. I have no problem with milk, but I know many others who do. It's usually one of the two things naturopathic doctors eliminate from the diet when working with those health issues -- the other is gluten. (And there is a lot of emerging evidence that soy is pretty nasty, too.)