The Rhythm Of Our Breathing Influences Our Brain Function And Behavior.

The Rhythm Of Our Breathing Influences Our Brain Function And Behavior

Breathing is not just for consuming oxygen; it’s also related to brain function and behavior. Northwestern Medicine scientists have found for the first time ever that the rhythm of breathing causes electrical activity in the human mind that boosts emotional judgments and memory recall. These influences on behavior are based on whether you inhale or exhale and whether you breathe through the mouth or the nose. In the research, each person was able to identify a fearful face faster if they saw the face while breathing in compared to breathing out. Additionally, individuals were more likely to recall an object if they encountered it on the inhaled breath than on the exhaled one. Interestingly, the effect vanished if breathing was through the mouth. Read more at

24 Remarkable Photos Of Immigrants From Around 1900 Show A Time Like No Other.

Incredible Photos of Immigrants at the Turn of the Century

More than a century ago, Ellis Island in the east and Angel Island in the west have processed millions of immigrants, all of whom came to the U.S. looking for a better life, or at least a new start. The photographs taken during this time tell of the Old World, as people disembarked from their steamer ships wearing the traditional dress of their countries, belongings in fabric bundles, sometimes with a smile for the camera and sometimes not. Here are 24 stunning photos of immigration at the turn of the century that give us a glimpse of what these immigrants were experiencing upon their arrival to America. Read more at

VIDEO: Documented and undocumented immigrants who helped build America.

They came from all corners of the globe in search of freedom. To help build America. Some came legally and others illegally. These are their faces. #til Source: Augustus Sherman / New York Public Library and colorized images by Jordan Lloyd of Dynamichrome. Watch video at

Lt. Gen. Buchanan Details Progress, What Remains to be Done in Puerto Rico.

Posted by U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on Tuesday, October 17, 2017

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Counseling vs. life coaching

Counseling vs. life coaching