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Japanese Flower Art Helps Calm a Frantic Moscow

... in Moscow. Olga also travels across Russia, where followers of the discipline are relatively young, often decorators keen to improve their skills. Her colleague from Japan -- Yamada Sensei as her students call her -- teaches the very traditional Ikenobo school. "One does not simply arrange a flower in Ikeban...

Nepal to Introduce Art of Living for Golfers

...mar said. However, the high-flying guru, who has followers all over the world and was seen putting at the Gokarna golf course during a two-day private visit last week, will initiate golfers only on the first day. After that, senior teachers from the Art of Living Founation will conduct the course. Intere...

China, France to Jointly Develop Traditional Chinese Medicines

...and improve their life quality. It has millions of followers in China because of its effectiveness and its low cost compared with Western medicines. Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said that France is ready to use its expertise in modern medicine to make TCM safer, more effective and to bring it into ...

Maple Syrup Diet to Lose Weight

...d by pop star Beyonce Knowles, is believed to help followers lose a stone in 10 days.// All over the country, health shops are seeing the Madal Bal Natural Tree Syrup flying off the shelves after pop star Beyonce Knowles said she used it to shed the pounds for her latest film. The syrup, is said to be ma...

Anthroposophical Lifestyle Reduces Risk Of Allergic Disease In Children

...mbination of mind, body and spiritual balance; his followers integrate modern medicine with alternative, nature-based treatments. The study, which focused on more than 6,600 children from five European countries ages 5 to 13, showed that children in the Steiner schools, which are similar to Waldorf schools, ...

Rehabilitate Sex Workers - Mata Amritanandamayi

...ked for Sri Lanka is a mere 30 million rupees, her followers have undertaken projects for nearly 2 billion rupees. Her hermitage is a place for people from all religions -- Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians. All get the motherly hug of Amma as she symbolizes the composite culture of India. "There are s...

First Human Clone born

... founded in 1997 by the Raelians, who claim 55,000 followers worldwide....

Doctors Warned by IMA Against Treating Maoist from Nepal

...the last few years Nepal has had problems with Mao followers who are fighting the monarchy and the Government for more rights and there has been constant violence between the state police and them. As per the ethics code of doctors they cannot refuse treatment to anyone and this has resulted in some of these N...

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