5 Best Mood-Boosting Foods: Add The Zest Back Into Your Life

By Health Tips Now, Thanks to Natural Blaze

A common solution to anxiety and depression is to take drugs like Xanax or Prozac. In fact, these medications are some of the most widely prescribed drugs. Besides they come with a risk of addiction they also come with a lot of negative side effects. Instead of popping up medications, a diet rich in “mood-boosting foods” can bring a happy and healthy change in your life. Continue reading 5 Best Mood-Boosting Foods: Add The Zest Back Into Your Life

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Why You Should Follow Your Intuition No Matter What

By Carol Morgan, Body Mind Soul Spirit

We all have these two distinct sides of ourselves that often compete with each other.

For example, I have two distinct sides to me: (1) the extremely logical side, and (2) the emotional/intuitive one (note that I didn’t say “extremely” on the latter).

While I have spent most of my life letting my logical side be in the driver’s seat, I have had to learn force it into the passenger seat…and sometimes even completely out of the car so my intuitive side can drive. Continue reading Why You Should Follow Your Intuition No Matter What

The U.S. Just Bombed Syria. Here’s What to Do Next If You Want to Stop It

By Alice Salles, Anti-Media

The war drums appeared to have been put down for a brief moment when Trump administration announced in late March it would not seek to oust President Bashar al-Assad of Syria. But then a suspected chemical attack took place in the war-torn country, and the United States — lacking an in-depth investigation — blamed it on Assad.

Regardless of who’s to blame for the attack that killed dozens of people, the president promptly said on Thursday that “something should happen,” urging Defense Secretary James Mattis to put a plan together that would include military strikes against Syria. Continue reading The U.S. Just Bombed Syria. Here’s What to Do Next If You Want to Stop It

How The Rise of People-Focused Economic Models are Changing the Face of America — and the World

By Carolanne Wright, Wake Up World

“The top 400 people own more wealth than the bottom 185 million Americans taken together. That is a medieval structure.” ~ Gar Alperovitz

We may not think much about the fact that of the 100 largest economies in the world, 51 are corporations while only 49 are countries. Or how corporations wield incredible influence over the policies and direction of entire nations. Nor may we be aware that the alleged Supreme Court ‘corporations are persons’ ruling in 1886 never happened — it was actually a fiction created by the court’s reporter, who had written the words into the headnote of the decision. The Supreme Court Chief Justice of the time explicitly informed the reporter that the court had not ruled on corporate personhood in the Santa Clara case — but, for better or worse, that misrepresentation stuck. Continue reading How The Rise of People-Focused Economic Models are Changing the Face of America — and the World

Scientists of the World Urge U.N. to Ban Nuclear Weapons

By Josh Mur, The Mind Unleashed

With global conflicts on a steady slope upward, the increased military flexing from global superpowers, and the potential of modern nuclear weapons all considered, concerns regarding the possibility of a global nuclear fallout in the near future are not unrealistic. The chemical attacks carried out in Syria, the 59 tomahawk missiles the U.S. has fired at a Syrian airbase, Russia’s angry response to the U.S. airstrike — all events that have transpired in the last week alone. Continue reading Scientists of the World Urge U.N. to Ban Nuclear Weapons