Tragedies, Fatal Disease, Health, and Life!
As a critical thinker, I would have ridiculed the beginning of this story, but it is a story about me — Tragedies, Fatal Disease, Health, and Life!
What I did when I was diagnosed with a deadly cancer
Ernst Erb was diagnosed with a deadly mantle cell lymphoma in 1978. Today, at the age of 82, he still enjoys good health and great endurance.
Dr. Pam Peeke: Reclaim Your Brain from Addictive Living
“You live an addicted life style and you don’t even know it!”. Dr. Peeke focuses on how addictive behaviors have subtly penetrated daily lifestyle habits.
From Lucerne to Zurich at the Age of 80
On his eightieth birthday, Ernst Erb walked from Lucerne to Zurich, showing that the best way to maintain overall health is to eat a natural, plant-based diet.
What happened when I switched back from raw to cooked food
After a deadly cancer diagnosis, Ernst Erb ate raw vegan for seven years. What happened when he switched from vegan raw food to cooking?
What Makes a Good Life?
Lessons from the longest study on happiness by psychiatrist Robert Waldinger in "What makes a good life?"
Optical Illusions - How the Eyes and the Brain Trick Us
The information perceived by the eyes and processed by the brain doesn't always reflect reality. Optical illusions are the best way to prove that.
How Exercise can Transform our Schools: John J. Ratey
Dr. John J. Ratey, MD, explains why exercise is so important for the brain, especially when it comes to students in classrooms of schools.
Hinduism Q & A: Why Do we eat Vegetarian Food?
Swami Nikhilanand provides a quick and clear answer to the question why vegetarian food is important in Hinduism.
Food for thought: How your belly controls your brain
Our bellies and brains are connected. The state of our intestines can alter the way our brains work, giving a whole new meaning to 'Food for thought".
Lightning Calculation and "MatheMagic" | Arthur Benjamin
In an entertaining show, the "mathemagician" Arthur Benjamin does a series of mental calculations, figuring out 3-digit squares and other massive equations.