You’re not breathing properly; here’s why it matters

Criticizing breathing seems a bit unfair. We shouldn’t have to worry about whether we are inhaling and exhaling correctly. It comes naturally, right? Well, sure. But changing the way we breathe brings added health benefits. “Breathing is natural, but we rarely get it right,” says Elizabeth Peyton-Jones, author of “Cook Yourself Young.”

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Hair Care Treatments From Your Kitchen

Get Healthy Great Looking Hair With Homemade Hair care treatments. Here are a few easy helpful tips that could help improve the health, and the look of your hair, while at the same time save you money. Great hair could be as close as your kitchen cupboard. Purchase some coconut oil for your pantry. Coconut oil…

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Why Clinton’s Claim Of Having 3 Million More Votes Than Sanders Is A Total Lie – The Ring of Fire Network

In an article posted to the New York Daily News, Activist and writer Shaun King made a startling revelation which could change the way we view the entire Democratic primary race. Since the tide has turned in the direction of Hillary Clinton, the candidate has put much emphasis on her apparent lead in the popular vote. … Read moreWhy Clinton’s Claim Of Having 3 Million More Votes Than Sanders Is A Total Lie – The Ring of Fire Network

How much do you know about bees? – quiz

Despite our professed concern for bees, a YouGov poll for Friends of the Earth found that most of us can’t recognise a honey bee. Take the green group’s quiz to see how much you know

• The Great British Bee Count take place from 19 May-30 June

University Study: Humans across the world dance to the same beat

Despite decades of scepticism about the presence of cross-culturally universal aspects of music, the study provides strong evidence for the existence of common features in global music. The results, which are published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), support the idea that music is a powerful social glue that helps bond … Read moreUniversity Study: Humans across the world dance to the same beat

How to Make it Easier for 50 Million Americans to Vote | The Nation

Automatic registration on a national level could go a long way toward registering the 50 million Americans—a quarter of the electorate—who are not registered to vote. States like Oregon are moving from an “opt-in” registration system, where voters affirmatively must seek to register, to an “opt-out” system where eligible citizens are automatically signed up after … Read moreHow to Make it Easier for 50 Million Americans to Vote | The Nation

Refugees will repay EU spending twice over in 5 years | World Economic Forum

“Refugees have a lot to contribute as workers, entrepreneurs, innovators, taxpayers, consumers and investors,” the report notes. “Refugees have already suffered enough. It is in everyone’s interest to make the most of their talents and energy.” Source: Refugees will repay EU spending twice over in 5 years | World Economic Forum