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How to Grow Tasty Bell and Chili Peppers in Your Garden

April 28, 2017 | 99,420 Views

What's more, research also suggests it can shrink fat tissue, inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells and may even slash your risk of Parkinson's disease by almost 20 percent when eaten regularly. I personally grow and love them, here are some tips.

What's so Great About Oregano?

April 28, 2017 | 12,924 Views

A perennial herb that's considered a garden essential, oregano has a multitude of impressive health advantages that range from being cancer preventive to heart protective. Studies say it can help improve digestion and balance your gut microbiota and, best of all, be enjoyed for its savory essence.

Insulin Resistance Speeds Up Cognitive Decline

April 27, 2017 | 140,248 Views

It's getting hard to ignore. Alzheimer's is now linked to this far-reaching condition that touches millions - and influences your brain's formation of synaptic connections. It pummels your brain's blood vessels, promotes plaque formation and blocks your memory. How to stop it today.

Being a Night Owl Is Linked to Depression

April 27, 2017 | 20,026 Views

If you tend to go to bed late and wake up late, also known as having an evening chronotype or being a night owl, you could be at increased risk for depression. While going to bed earlier is ideal, there's a simple strategy that may help to protect your health if you're awake after the sun goes down.

The Many Wonders of Calming Sandalwood Oil

April 27, 2017 | 180,676 Views

Made from chips and billets of the Santalum album tree's heartwood, sandalwood oil has been used for many centuries because of its potent therapeutic capabilities. Read more to find out how you can utilize this fragrant oil at home.

Is Your Sunscreen Doing More Harm Than Good?

April 26, 2017 | 133,084 Views

The scientific evidence now runs in excess of 34,000 studies and counting, patently disproving this myth. Now a new 25,500-person, 20-year study confirms that it's just as deadly as cigarette smoking, whereas those who defied this urban legend had a lower all-cause mortality risk.

Can Spinal Adjustments Relieve Lower Back Pain?

April 26, 2017 | 34,354 Views

Lower back pain affects millions of people, and is one of the biggest reasons for primary care doctor visits. Fortunately, you may find relief without dangerous drugs or expensive surgery by learning to use your body correctly and reducing stress on your lumbar spine. I'll give you several proven strategies that can help.

Half the World Is Drinking Contaminated Water

April 26, 2017 | 19,195 Views

From agricultural runoff, pharmaceuticals and even hexavalent chromium, many pollutants are in the water your drink. While each source requires specific remediation, I'll provide suggestions to protect yourself and your family at home.

Modern Agriculture Drives Hunger, Obesity and Disease While Simultaneously Threatening Food Chain and Worsening Water Crisis

April 25, 2017 | 128,330 Views

You're not immune to the fallout from this calamity because the damage is so severe you can't escape its dire ramifications. And if we don't act fast, we'll be beyond the tipping points for survival. The question now is: Can we correct the course in time?

Study Shows Slashing Pesticides Won't Hurt Production

April 25, 2017 | 13,177 Views

The pesticide industry maintains their products are necessary to feed the world, but research suggests most farmers could cut back on pesticide usage without harming their yields or profits. Doing so benefits the health of the farmer and the environment while improving soil health - the real key to feeding the world.

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