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Homemade Ant Bait - Less Toxic and More Effective

24 Jun 2017 | 1,671 Views

Ants are environmentally necessary, but may be invasive and destructive to your home. While you may enjoy the results of their efforts in your garden, they have no place inside your home. I'll give you several strategies to eliminate ants without toxins.

The Heroes Who Sunk Lead

21 Jun 2017 | 16,530 Views

Many have worked tirelessly over the years to reduce the neurological devastation lead takes on human health. Some of these real-life heroes include Herbert Needleman, Clair Patterson and Gary Gambel. But the fight is not over yet; I'll give you strategies to reduce the risks you and your family face.

Paying Respect to Dr. Kummerow

19 Jun 2017 | 23,565 Views

Fred Kummerow, the scientist who took the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to task for failing to protect Americans against artery-clogging trans fats, died on June 2, 2017. He was widely acknowledged for 58 years of tenacious activism that scientists believe may prevent 90,000 premature deaths per year.

How to Recover From Burnout By Rebalancing Your Life

18 Jun 2017 | 126,686 Views

Many highly successful people seem doomed to eventually face this daunting challenge. And it can hit them completely by surprise. It even affects 50 percent of doctors. Here's what one renowned doctor did when faced with it, and you can easily duplicate it for yourself.

Can Handwashing With Cold Water Really Kill Germs?

17 Jun 2017 | 35,504 Views

New research shows that washing your hands in cold water is just as effective for getting them clean as using hot water, but there are a few caveats. The amount of soap you use and your hand-washing procedure are as important as the temperature of the water, experts say.

How to Stay Calm Among Chaos

15 Jun 2017 | 30,771 Views

Is stress bogging down your mind and making you feel physically near burnout? These relaxation techniques can help you get back in control of your mind and body for better health and a happier life.

Is it Time to Dump Your Toothpaste?

14 Jun 2017 | 43,067 Views

The FDA has banned an antibacterial chemical in hand soap that Colgate continues to use in its toothpaste. This compound has been linked to endocrine disruption and impaired mitochondrial function. Recent research now finds it may trigger gut microbiome imbalance.

The Very Real Dangers of New Gene-Editing Technology

13 Jun 2017 | 21,820 Views

New research shows CRISPR gene-editing technology, which has shown promise for treating chronic diseases like cancer and is already being used in the agricultural field, may create hundreds of unintended mutations.

Love Your Heart, Eat Chocolate

12 Jun 2017 | 34,051 Views

More good news about chocolate: Habitual consumers have a lower heart disease risk, as well as associated complications, such as stroke and cognitive decline. Subjects who ate two to six servings of chocolate had a 20 percent decrease in their atrial fibrillation risk.

Remembering the World’s Oldest Person: Objects She Left Behind

10 Jun 2017 | 62,883 Views

To figure out why Emma Morano lived to an astonishing 117 years of age, researchers flocked to her tiny apartment in Italy. Observing her life is an eye-opening account as to how she managed it, besides the headline reasons of eating three raw eggs a day and staying single.


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