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*Recomendado pelo Sérgio Goldani*NOSSAS NARAYAMAS *Franklin Cunha, Médico. Membro da Academia Rio-Grandense de Letras* *A Balada de Narayama filme de 1983, mostra o cotidiano de uma vila no Japão do século XIX. Isolados nas montanhas seus habitantes tinham um cotidiano restrito à produção de alimentos, que mesmo com grandes esforços era muito limitada. Nossa sociedade baseada no consumo e acumulação de bens, cada trabalhador produz muito mais do que pode consumir e o excedente é comercializado. Na pequena vila japonesa cada um produzia o que consumia, não havia trabalho alienado ou ...mais »
MAY 05, 2017 *Hi everyone,* This week TIME launched a guide to everything you need to know about sleep. Inside you'll find science-backed tips for how to improve your sleep routine and ways to wake up your creativity. Give it a try tonight. How do you make sure you get a good night's sleep? We'd love to hear from you. Email us at *email@example.com.* *Be well,* Alexandra Sifferlin TIME Health Writer NEWS YOU NEED Here’s how to sleep better tonight Introducing the TIME Guide to Sleep, where you'll learn how to fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up refreshed.
Oi, estou lendo este eBook e gostaria de compartilhar esta citação com você. "move, and species emerge, disappear, and change. By the time Darwin died, the generally agreed-upon age of the Earth among scientists was 100 million years. Today there is overwhelming data, from chemistry, biology, geology, astronomy, and anatomy, evidencing a 4.54-billion-year-old Earth.9 DarWa 1.0 still provides a very accurate and detailed framework for understanding life forms and their development, successes, failures, and ambiguities. So, to explain and understand some of the changes taking place aro...mais »
From: Sustainable Development Solutions Network [image: WHR 2017 Cover] The first *World Happiness Report* was published in April, 2012, in support of the UN High Level Meeting on happiness and well-being. Since then the world has come a long way. Increasingly, happiness is considered to be the proper measure of social progress and the goal of public policy. In June 2016 the OECD committed itself “to redefine the growth narrative to put people’s well-being at the center of governments’ efforts”. In February 2017, the United Arab Emirates held a full-day World Happiness meeting, as pa...mais »
25 TED Talks that will immediately change how you see the world SEPTEMBER 22, 2014/30 COMMENTS/in Frontpage Article, It's a wonderful Web, Pro Tips,Pure Genius, Wise Words /by Kathleen Harris[image: TED Talks] Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” If this sounds like a philosophy you can relate to, then you’ll love TED talks. These informational 17 minute presentations are given at annual conferences by some of the world’s greatest thinkers. Their aim is simple: To inspire ideas and change attitudes around the world. As...mais »
Smell of Rosemary Can Aid Children’s Working Memoryby Neuroscience News According to researchers, the aroma of rosemary essential oils could help enhance cognitive performance of children in a classroom setting. Read more of this post *Neuroscience News* | May 3, 2017 at 5:18 pm | Tags: aromatherapy, BPS, rosemary aroma | URL: http://wp.me/p4sXNK-axY Comment See all comments
*Fullerene C60 administration doubles rat lifespan with no toxicity* April 17, 2012 [image: Optical microscopy of spleen sections (a) oral and (b) i.p. treatment with olive oil only; (c) oral and (d) i.p. treatment with C60-olive oil. The arrows indicate C60 crystalscontaining macrophages with specific brown color. (Credit:] Researchers at the University of Paris and colleagues fed the molecule fullerene (C60 or “buckyballs”) dissolved in olive oil to rats and found it almost doubles their lifespan, with no chronic toxicity. The results suggest that the effect of C60, an antioxidant...mais »
May 3, 2017 The Paternal Epigenome Makes Its Mark Jennifer Abbasi Article Information JAMA. Published online May 3, 2017. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.1566 For decades, prenatal advice has mainly focused on mothers. Leading up to and during pregnancy, women are told to take folic acid supplements, stop drinking and smoking, avoid high-mercury fish, and maintain healthful weight gain, among other wisdom. That advice is prescribed by physicians and public health experts to promote healthy pregnancies, normal fetal development, and long-term offspring health. A father’s behavior can also influe...mais »
New post on *Mind Hacks* This map shows what white Europeans associate with race – and it makes for uncomfortable readingby tomstafford [image: File 20170425 12650 16jxfww] [image: The Conversation]This new map shows how easily white Europeans associate black faces with negative ideas. [image: The Conversation]/.../
Larry Kim CEO of MobileMonkey. Founder of WordStream. Apr 27 By 2020, These 10 Employee Skills Will Soon Be In Huge Demand! A new infographic shows that six key factors are driving the the change we’re seeing right right now: extreme longevity, the rise of smart machines and systems, our computational world, new media ecology, superstructures organizations and the globally connected world./.../