Sayer Ji, May 9, 2016
traditional food plant that has been used for thousands of years to improve health and well-being, is finally being validated by science. The results? It may be far superior to a chemotherapy agent with deadly side effects and dubious efficacy.
Sayer Ji, May 9, 2016
J. D. Heyes, May 6, 2016
Generally speaking, quality control and employee health are not issues that Chinese industry or the Chinese government are overly concerned about, especially in comparison to U.S. and European standards.
Lecia Bushak, May 3, 2016
If you find yourself lying awake at night staring at the ceiling and feeling restless nearly every night, you’re not alone: Nearly 10 percent of Americans have insomnia, and the CDC considers America’s level of sleep deprivation a “public health problem.”
Lizette Borreli, May 4, 2016
Tests, deadlines, and public speaking are among the things people dread the most. Shortness of breath, sweaty palms, and shaky limbs can overcome our body, leading us to an anxiety attack.
Michael Greger, May 3rd, 2016
Beans, chickpeas, split peas and lentils are packed with nutrients and play a role in the prevention of chronic disease, but most can’t be eaten raw.
Dr. Mercola, 2 May 2016
Body odor is the toxic smell caused by the fermentation or putrefaction processes in your body when you eat animal products and processed, refined foods.
J. D. Heyes, April 28 2016
In case you hadn't heard, there is something going on at the Harvard University campus that isn't supposed to happen: There is a widening outbreak of mumps, and all the students who have contracted the disease thus far had already been vaccinated for the disease.
Alisa Vitti, 28 April 2016
Q: I’m a 25-year-old woman trying to balance kicking off my career, spending time with my boyfriend and friends, and staying healthy by making it to the gym.
Isabelle Z., April 26 2016
As more and more people become aware of the dangerous chemicals lurking in products from health and beauty items to food, the demand for "all natural" items is soaring.
Samantha Olson, Apr 24, 2016
Dehydration can be deadly, and according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, most people have a hard time figuring out the right amount of water their body needs to keep running.