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Monsanto Mistake Spawns Widespread Crop Losses

August 30, 2016 | 95,959 Views

Already part of more than 1,100 different US weed killer formulas, it's widely used on lawns, golf courses and along roadsides. Dangerous to humans and their pets, it's clearly linked to 3 types of blood cancer, with an estimated 69,000 Americans diagnosed each year. Get ready to watch that number soar as its use explodes.

Meningococcal Vaccine May Be Ineffective on College Campuses

August 30, 2016 | 12,836 Views

A meningococcal B vaccine tested on nearly 500 students at Princeton University yielded unimpressive results. More than one-third of those vaccinated showed no response to the shot, raising serious questions about the vaccine's usefulness.

Study: Pesticides Are Creating Pollination Problems and Killing Bees

August 30, 2016 | 10,231 Views

A UK study involving 18 years of data shows widely used neonicotinoid pesticides may be decimating wild bee populations. If steps aren't taken to protect pollinators from these and other toxic chemicals, the food supply could be at risk.

Nearly Half of American Adults Are Pre-Diabetic or Diabetic

August 29, 2016 | 150,008 Views

These foods supply important nutrients that are often low in diabetics and prediabetics, and linked to conditions like stroke, heart disease, hypertension, gastrointestinal ailments and obesity. With half of American adults now prediabetic or diabetic, it's time to get proactive and stock up on these 9 superfood winners.

Is Your Lump a Sebaceous Cyst or Something More Serious?

August 29, 2016 | 72,457 Views

Say you find a strange lump on your skin. There are epidermoid and pilar cysts, boils, carbuncles and sebaceous cysts. Is yours a potential problem? Here are descriptions of many types of skin cysts, at-home treatment options and information to help you decide if you should have your doctor take a look.

Scurvy May Be on the Rise

August 29, 2016 | 23,529 Views

Scurvy, once known as 'the scourge of the sea,' occurred when sailors without access to foods containing vitamin C sickened and died on long voyages. Their teeth fell out and they experienced debilitating joint pain and fatigue. Far from being an erstwhile malady, scurvy is becoming more frequent, even in industrialized areas.

Restoring Your Soil: Advice by an Old School Soil to Health Expert

August 28, 2016 | 209,265 Views

Some organic food is neither tasty nor exceedingly nutritious, due to this fact that few consider. This is the No. 1 quality in the best organic food - ask about it before you part with your hard-earned dollars.

Satisfying Gluten-Free Coconut Macaroons

August 28, 2016 | 86,057 Views

Try this gluten-free (and guilt-free) coconut macaroon recipe if you’re looking for a mouthwatering snack or dessert. It is mildly sweet, moist and chewy, making it perfect if you want to satisfy your cravings.

For Optimal Health, Mind Your Oral Microbiome and Avoid Fluoride, Harsh Mouth Rinses and Amalgam Fillings

August 27, 2016 | 212,778 Views

Many people don't equate disease in this part of their body with inflammation and disease in other organs and tissues. But because it truly is the 'gateway to total body wellness,' you must address inflammation and disease here FIRST before you can hope to enjoy optimal health. Get started today by tossing these 3 things.

Why 'Useless' Surgery Is Still Popular

August 27, 2016 | 43,000 Views

Surgeons continue to perform procedures that clinical trials have demonstrated are no more beneficial than rehabilitation. You may be surprised to learn just why this might be happening and what it may take to stop the process.

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