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How This Doctor Cured Herself Of Multiple Sclerosis. Amazing!

 

Dr. Terry Wahls was in a pretty tough spot. For four years, she suffered secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a wheelchair. But in this TED Talk, she explains how she used Functional Medicine to create what’s called the Wahls Protocol. With it, she transformed her health and her entire life! She walks easily without a cane and commutes to work on bike.
Multiple sclerosis, or MS for short, is an inflammatory disease in which the fatty myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged, leading to demyelination and scarring as well as a broad spectrum of symptoms. It impacts the ability of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate with one another effectively. When the myelin is lost, the axons are no longer able to effectively conduct signals.

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Clear Your Sinuses in 20 Seconds with Your Tongue and Your Thumb

 

Blocked sinuses are no fun, especially when the problem frequently requires taking a pill. Redditor gymfork points to a clever acupressure method that can solve the problem in just 20 seconds :

Push your tongue against the top of your mouth and place a finger between your eyebrows and apply pressure. Hold it for about 20 seconds and your sinuses will begin to drain.

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Rare shark birth captured on camera

The image is believed to be the first photograph taken of an oceanic shark giving birth
A remarkable photograph of the live birth of a thresher shark has cast light on the lives of these elusive, vulnerable fish.

The image, taken during a research dive in 2013 and now published in the journal Coral Reefs, is believed to be the first record of a birth in this species.

Lead researcher Dr Simon Oliver from the University of Chester told BBC News that this was also "the first record of any oceanic species giving birth".

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New law forces Japanese workers to go on vacation

Under the new law, it will be mandatory for companies to ensure their employees take time off.

Japan recently announced new measures that will force workers to take their paid leave.

The move is aimed to reduce “karoshi” or death by overworking that has spread from senior staff to their younger counterparts.

Workers in Japan are so reluctant to leave their offices that they took less than half their holiday entitlement in 2013.

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Real-Life Tarzans Found Living Deep in Vietnam’s Forests

40 years ago, during the Vietnam War, Ho Van Thanh was seen running into the woods with his then-infant son Ho Van Lang. They hadn’t been seen since, until a few days ago when two villagers accidentally stumbled upon their bamboo hut deep in the forests of Vietnam’s Quang Ngai province.

No one imagined Ho Van Tranh could have survived for 40 years, after he disappeared into the jungle in 1973. A bomb exploded in his home during the war with the United States, killing his wife and two other children, and eye-witnesses reported seeing him grab his two-year-old sun Ho Van Lang and running into the forest. But just a few days ago, the impossible happened. Two villagers from the Tay Tra district who had ventured 40 kilometers into the lush jungle looking for firewood noticed a strange bird-nest-like hut built in a small clearing, near a stream. Curious about its origin they decided to investigate and found two men living inside. The weak 82-year-old man could communicate in the in the Cor ethnic minority language, but his 41-year-old son, who was wearing a loin cloth made from tree bark, only spoke a few words. The villagers alerted the authorities who later confirmed the two mysterious jungle dwellers were indeed Ho Van Tranh and Ho Van Lang.

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