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Conversation in a Park by Thomas Gainsborough, 1746 Living organisms including humans are social when they live collectively in interacting populations, whether they are aware of it, and whether the interaction is voluntary or involuntary. Contents 1Etymology 2Definition 3Social theorists 4In socialism 5Modern uses 6See also 7References 8External links Etymology The word “Social” derives from the Latin word socii (“allies”). It is particularly derived from the Italian Socii states, historical allies of the Roman…

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Social status

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Inquilino

19th century picture of an inquilino (left) and a foreman (right), in Chile, by De Claudio Gay, París, 1854. In historic Chilean agriculture an inquilino is a labourer indebted to a landlord who allows him to form a farm in parts of his property (usually in the marginal lands to keep away intruders) and who in exchange works without pay for the landlord.[1] The inquilinos provided key manpower…

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Survival skills in Wilderness

Survival skills are techniques that a person may use in order to sustain life in any type of natural environment. These techniques are meant to provide basic necessities for human life which include water, food, and shelter. The skills also support proper knowledge and interactions with animals and plants to promote the sustaining of life over a period of time. Survival skills are often associated with the…

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Magnesium is a cofactor for many enzymes involved in glucose metabolism

It is well-established that magnesium is a cofactor for many enzymes involved in glucose metabolism. For this reason, in the event that someone experiences a magnesium deficiency, his/her enzymes necessary for glucose metabolism may remain underactive.  The underactivity of glucose-metabolizing enzymes could lead to elevated blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia), as a byproduct of magnesium deficiency. Research shows that increasing magnesium…

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Citicoline increases glucose metabolism

Citicoline increases glucose metabolism in the brain and cerebral blood flow. [1] Cocaine dependence is associated with depleted dopamine levels in the central nervous system. In cocaine-dependent individuals citicoline increases brain dopamine levels and reduces cravings.[2] In the general population citicoline increases brain responses to food stimuli, specifically in the amygdala, insula, and lateral orbitofrontal cortex, which correlate with decreased…

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Divergent’s survival without stress medication 6 tips

Everyone loves divergent in movies, weather they climb mount Everest or run 1000 miles at once. Or kill all the bad guys. However mammals and birds are tended to execute everyone who’s behavior seems to be different from the crowd in real life. In the human society divergent ones are often drugged off because of their stress issues (created by the…

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Grains Cause Opiate Effect In The Brain

When you remove wheat, rye and barley you will experience an opiate withdrawl. Things to expect are headaches, exhaustion, fatigue, depression and flu-like symptoms. In fact this withdrawl, or die-off, is often considered an Atkins flu or Paleo flu. Dr. William Davis, author of Wheat Belly Foods That Cause Opiate Effect In The Brain Addicted to milk and wheat. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/do-hidden-opiates-our-food-explain-food-addictions1

Habit of Being Defensive

Being emotionally defensive is a bad habit unless there is a war outside. I’d like to see dominance as leadership and submission as following a leader. Somehow defensive behavior prevents both to lead and to follow. After a while defender stays alone with chronically high cortisol (anxiety) and lack of oxytocin (trust). And the only way out is to binge…

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