Hair is one of our defining characteristics that makes us a mammal. How we age and the affect that has on our hair has been perplexing the scientific world for centuries. While modern science has been able to answer many questions regarding the changing color and quality of our hair as we age, there are still discoveries that have yet to be made.
Hair Turning White Overnight
As your hair continues to grow throughout your entire life, it would be impossible for it to turn color overnight. Discoloration begins at the follicle and will only be seen as the hair grows. You can slow this process down by adopting a healthier life style and removing stressors from your daily life.
There continues to be research into the health and coloring of our hair and the ways in which we can retain it as we grow older. If you start young and practice healthy habits, you can for now at least postpone the inevitable discoloration.View Thread
I am a Christian, but not a Creationist/New Earth person.
I would like to recommend some books beyond just the Bible.
Francis Collins book, "The Language Of God". This gives the perspective of a scientist who is a long time Christian. All people who understand science are NOT atheists.
A truly beautifully written book that begs to be read over and over is Gwynne Dresser Mack's "Talking With God: The Healing Power of Prayer". It is hard to find, but worth the search. I recently found it on an Australian website.
Then a non-denominational book, a collection of 50 miraculous or near miraculous biographies, "Divine Interventions", by Dan Millman. For people who do not know the details of the Miracle of Guadalupe in Mexico, it is one of them. Imagine a nearly 500 year old garment with an image in HD quality, and the image is nearly 500 years old, too.
In being a good person and thinking of others, life is a prayer.View Thread
Using mind-body techniques can enhance your quality of life, lessen pain, and may extend your longevity, say proponents
Because a growing body of research has shown that our mind has a powerful effect on our body, it's important to find an appropriate way to "access those emotions, release them, and reap the positive benefits on the immune system," says Birdsall.
That's the theory behind mind-body medicine and an increasingly important part of cancer treatment...
Rich in inspiration and encouragement, this blog is written by a Christian psychologist who is an 18-year survivor of breast cancer and metastasis to the bone. Beth has been there and lived to tell the tale, and her story resonates with honest authenticity in the face of faith-shaking challenges.View Thread
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