Is It Red Light Therapy’s Time to Shine?

Is It Red Light Therapy’s Time to Shine?

A decades-old treatment is slowly gaining credibility as a difference-maker for people with certain medical conditions, particularly in the areas of skin care, wound recovery and joint pain. Noninvasive and widely considered safe, red light therapy promotes healing at a cellular level, leading scientists to explore its other potential healthcare applications. While costs may prove prohibitive for many, and […]

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Imagining A Greater Organic Reset

Imagining A Greater Organic Reset

From Organic Consumers Association OCA often talks about our long term goal: making organic and regenerative food, farming, and land use (and natural health) the norm, rather than just the alternative. As our longtime ally Vandana Shiva points out, this would be “the solution to the soil crisis, the food crisis, the climate crisis, and the […]

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What Your Poop Says About Your Health

What Your Poop Says About Your Health

From Joseph Mercola, DO. When it comes to toileting habits, the topic is not exactly a favorite among Americans — at least for those above the age of 4. Mention poop and you can easily clear a room — or at the least, generate some unusual facial expressions, nervous laughter and wisecracks about “too much […]

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Can Diabetes Drug Protect Against Aging?

Can Diabetes Drug Protect Against Aging?

ANH delves into another popular anti-aging technique.  Whether searching for healing waters or buying sketchy “anti-aging” potions, the drive to turn back our biological clocks is as old as time itself. The diabetes drug metformin has been getting a lot of attention, even among non-diabetics, for its potential to help reverse aging. Does metformin really […]

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Reading Scientific Studies: With a Perspective On a Mock GE Study

Reading Scientific Studies: With a Perspective On a Mock GE Study

From GMOScience.org There has never been a more important time than the present to understand not only genetically engineered organisms, but the research behind their propagation and promotion. The science of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or genetic engineering (GE) is rapidly evolving, and their introduction has altered and affects all aspects of our well-being, including: […]

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Tame Your Sugar Cravings in ‘23

Tame Your Sugar Cravings in ‘23

From Ronald Hoffman, MD. Undoubtedly, one of this year’s most popular New Year’s resolutions will be to “cut down on sugar”—especially after the non-stop potlatch most of us have experienced in December. But it’s not easy, because one of the most fundamental hard-wired human drives is to seek out readily-available high-test carbohydrate fuel—an evolutionary adaptation […]

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