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News: The Hand of God

The original word for turban is Dastaar which comes from the Persian language, meaning ‘the hand of God’. This word has far more depth as to what a Dastaar means for Sikh’s, it represents the strength and glory of goodness, meaning that the body which adorns a Dastaar is held and protected in God's hands. This is the reason that the Dastaar is sacred to the Sikh community and far more than just a piece of cloth to wrap the hair.

News: 10 Health Benefits of Reading

Reading increases emotional intelligence.  Research has shown that people who read literary fiction — stories that explore the inner lives of characters — show a heightened ability to understand the feelings and beliefs of others. Researchers call this ability the “theory of mind,” a set of skills essential for building, navigating, and maintaining social relationships.
Dr. Harbir Singh, D.O.

Dr. Harbir Singh, D.O.

I am an osteopath, writer, clinical educator and broadcaster.

News: Slow Food Diet

Basically, the opposite of FAST FOOD, slow food is home-cooked healthy meals which are good for our bodies as well as the environment. Personally, I have found learning to cook and prepare food to be a bountiful experience especially when carried out with the help of my two children. It’s fun family time, they get to eat good healthy food and we get to learn and grow together. 
Dr. Harbir Singh, D.O.

Dr. Harbir Singh, D.O.

I am an osteopath, writer, clinical educator and broadcaster.

News: Why Giving to Causes You Care About Is Good for Your Health

Money can’t buy happiness! Maybe it can? Evidence suggests that prosocial spending — defined as spending money on other people, rather than on yourself (giving to charity is an example) — can boost our emotional well-being and provide many other health benefits.
Dr. Harbir Singh, D.O.

Dr. Harbir Singh, D.O.

I am an osteopath, writer, clinical educator and broadcaster.

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