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How to breathe | Belisa Vranich | TEDxManhattanBeach

How to breathe | Belisa Vranich | TEDxManhattanBeach

Translator: Tijana Mihajlović Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Take a deep breath. Yes, right now. Come up from the back of your seat. Sit up straight and take a big inhale, fill all the way up, and then exhale. Deep breath in and exhale all the way out. Now, do

The Magnificent Milk Myth … Debunked | Brooke Miles | TEDxWilmington

The Magnificent Milk Myth … Debunked | Brooke Miles | TEDxWilmington

Translator: Napakcha P. Reviewer: Carl Luc Campbell What if you discovered that something you’ve been taught since childhood was completely wrong? What if more than five billion people on earth could prove it? Humankind has been a huge fan of milk and all things dairy for thousands of years. Of

Pranayama: Extend Your Life by Extending Your Breath | Jim Kambeitz | TEDxBismarck

Pranayama: Extend Your Life by Extending Your Breath | Jim Kambeitz | TEDxBismarck

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven What if I told you doctors have discovered a miraculous medicine that would allow you to catch yourself in times of stress, sadness, anger, anxiety or pain, and within moments, regain control of yourself, bring yourself together, stopping the suffering right in

Ending the arms race with infectious diseases | Janelle Ayres | TEDxSanDiego

Ending the arms race with infectious diseases | Janelle Ayres | TEDxSanDiego

Translator: Ilya Bychkov Reviewer: Denise RQ “It is now time to close the book on infectious diseases and declare the war against pestilence won.” It is something we all want. We all want to live in a world free of infectious diseases. Think about when you watch movies like, “Contagion”

Passion conquers poison- how juice changed my life: Annie Lawless at TEDxLaJolla

Passion conquers poison- how juice changed my life: Annie Lawless at TEDxLaJolla

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Denise RQ Hi. Thank you guys for listening to me today. As Amanda said, Suja is something that I started with a friend of mine, really as a result of a lifelong health journey. So as a child, I was raised on the SAD – that’s

What does ulcer mean?

What does ulcer mean?

What does ulcer mean? ulcer. Noun 1. (pathology) ; An open sore of the skin, eyes or mucous membrane, often caused by an initial abrasion and generally maintained by an inflammation and/or an infection. 2. (pathology) ; peptic ulcer 3. (figuratively) ; Anything that festers and corrupts like an open