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    How Fasting rewires your brain & turns you inward your heart

    During centuries, humans have fasted for religious reasons, spiritual discipline and as a pathway of purification. Fasting is the abstaining of food and/or drink for a certain period of time; either the whole day, alternate day or by time-restricted feeding also called intermittent fasting. Fasting observed by Muslims worldwide during Ramadan is considered as intermittent

    • 06 JUL 16
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    Hay fever and schools exams anxiety- The Harper homepathy newsletter

    Hay fever and schools exams anxiety- The Harper homepathy newsletter

    Hay fever season is around the corner!   Hay fever is an allergy caused by breathing in pollen particles and by pollen getting into the eyes. You can get hay fever at any times from early sprin to late summer. The pollens most likely to cause problems in early spring are those form the trees,

    • 20 JUN 16
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    All about endometriosis

    All about endometriosis

    This gynecological disease concerns more than one in almost ten females but is rarely diagnosed.   What is it?   Endometriosis is the migration of pieces of endometrium (superficial layer of uterus) towards places where it should not be: ovaries, myometrium, bowel, bladder, etc. These ectopic implants are subject to be influenced by the sex hormonal cycle

    • 20 JUN 16
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    Broken bones and eye strain – The Harper homeopathy newsletter

    Broken bones and eye strain – The Harper homeopathy newsletter

    Broken bones    Fractures and broken bones are a common occurrence especially with children, it is essential that any fracture receive immediate medical attention and is properly set. But once this has been done, the following homeopathic remedies can really help to speed up the healing process.   Symphytum – Commonly known as Knitbone, it can be used to help the

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    I was bent forward at 90 degrees for a month’ with back pain’

    I was bent forward at 90 degrees for a month’ with back pain’

    As more young people report back pain, Olivia Goldhill explains how she learnt to live with weak spinal discs.   I was 13 when I had my first bout of severe back pain. On holiday in France, I had an accident wakeboarding, which is similar to waterskiing but with a snowboard. I was used to