Many of today’s pharmaceuticals are derived from plants. Now, concentrated broccoli is being seen as a potential treatment for diabetes.
Marcelle Pick, a nurse practitioner and breast cancer survivor, speaks about how to survive breast cancer and how diet, lifestyle and stress affect human physiology, but are rarely discussed by oncologists.
When equipped with an understanding of how the body manages the emotional system, we can easily outsmart it into emotional balance and controlling fear.
A study conducted by Deakin University in Australia has shown unequivocally that treatment of depression can be conquered with the right dietary changes.
Music has always been an act of rebellion, and in these times growing your own organic food has become an urban gardening revolution of dissidents.
The Manhattan County District Attorney’s Office in New York City will be the latest institution to introduce meditation in prison for their inmates.
The “baby-friendly” household product, Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder made of talcum powder has been linked to an increased risk of ovarian cancer.
The rusty patch bumble bee has officially been added to the endangered species list by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services.
Firmly embedded into our culture now, pharmaceutical companies create so-called cures and treatments for every human condition.
The water, land and other resources used to produce trashed food is lost as well, representing a ridiculously short-sighted mindset about food.