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Black Sesame Seed Reduces High Blood Pressure


Research from Thailand's Mahidol University has found that black sesame seed can significantly reduce blood pressure among men and women. The research tested 30 men and women with an average age of 50 years old who were considered 'pre-hypertensive' as their blood pressure levels were high but not yet high enough to be prescribed medication.

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Living Service: Jayesh Patel
Our lives intersect with others all day, everyday. Sometimes we know these other lives well; frequently, though, the points of connection are brief and transient. Who are these people? How might they tell their own stories? What thoughts preoccupy their minds? What joys and troubles are coursing through their feelings? This short film, produced by the Cleveland Clinic, reminds us that empathy is our tool for beginning to know these things. It asks the question: If we could catch a glimpse of others' stories, would we treat them differently?
 
"This work is just a drop in the ocean," Jayesh Patel observes." But a teardrop of compassion changes everything." So says the founder of an organization catering expressly to the ~180,000 residents of a slum community in Ahmedabad, India. In a remarkable walking interview with a man who had never before agreed to appear on-camera, Patel shares a simple philosophy: give everything to whatever comes up in a moment. "No ambition--mission!" he advises with a smile. "Don't stretch, never stretch. Wherever you are is the best time for you, whoever you're around are the best people for you. That's living in the present."



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The human immune system is a remarkable network of biological structures and processes. When functioning properly, it has the ability to remember diseases that it has previously encountered for more efficient removal, trigger immediate responses to emergencies through its advanced communication systems - and much more.



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Healthier Coffee - 5 ways to make it the ultimate experience


One of the first things we think about when engaging in our morning routine is securing our cup of coffee. Without it, the world is a bit dimmer, but once it is in our hot hands, the world is full of sunshine and rainbows. It seems that little can go wrong with our cup of coffee, but the truth is there are many things that can be improved upon to ensure that consistent coffee consumption does not adversely affect our health.


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