Eighteen years ago I sat across from my doctor and heard, "The good news is you don't have cancer; the bad news…you have multiple sclerosis (MS).
U.S. House lawmakers were inspired to enact the Pet Evacuation Bill, which requires authorities to take pets into account with their emergency training, and educate people on how to care for animals during natural disasters. Pets now must be evacuated with people.
Indoor air pollution sounds scary and it certainly is something you should take seriously. Luckily, you have several options you can implement in your maintenance routines to improve the air quality and decrease your family’s health risks.
Vitamin B12 Deficiency Is A Common Health Problem That Can Have Serious Consequences – But Doctors Often Overlook It
B12 is scarce in the diet, and it is found only in foods from animal sources. Without adequate B12 in the body, overall health and quality of life are negatively affected.
Picking out the right gifts, the frustration over delivery delays or the hit to the wallet, shopping for holiday gifts can be stressful. What’s the point of it all? Social scientific research reveals, the costs and benefits of gift-giving aren’t what they seem.
They Don’t Come As Pills, But Try These 6 Underprescribed Lifestyle Medicines For A Better, Longer Life
There are six domains of lifestyle medicine: whole food plant-based eating, regular physical activity, restorative sleep, stress management, addiction reduction or elimination, and positive psychology and social connection.
What The World Would Lose With The Demise Of Twitter: Valuable Eyewitness Accounts And Raw Data On Human Behavior, As Well As A Habitat For Trolls
The Twitter archives allow for instant and complete access to every public tweet, which has positioned Twitter both as a archive of collective human behavior and as a credentialing and fact-checking.
According to a recent article in The Economist, interest in veganism is surging, with concerns about health and climate being the prime motivators for the trend.
Contrary to popular myth woodpeckers do not kill trees by making holes or nesting cavities. They have a symbiotic relationship with trees, much the way butterflies have a symbiotic relationship with their host plants.
DIY gifts can help you cut costs, and they can be sentimental to the recipient. But best of all is that everyone knows DIY gifts come from the heart. Here are a few sustainable DIY gifts you can make to delight your recipients.
Cannabis Holds Promise For Pain Management, Reducing The Need For Opioid Painkillers – A Neuropharmacology Expert Explains How
An interesting trend has developed: Opioid emergency room visits drop by nearly 8% and opioid prescriptions are modestly lower in states where marijuana is legalized.
We, 50 organizations focused on food sovereignty and justice worldwide, want you to know there is no shortage of practical solutions and innovations by African farmers and organizations. We invite you to step back and learn from those on the ground.
What if we, as healers, had the power to create the change we yearn for, and build the bridge to a new healthcare system that truly supports us all? In many ways, holistic practitioners do this already.