Mark Gillespie, Strike the Root
I have studied many religions in my search for truth. In my searches, I embraced a few. I was a nominal Christian for many years and converted to Islam about six years ago. Of course, I have left all of those religions behind, … More
Ginger Garner, Guest Writer
Can Yoga Be Used as Medicine?
The short answer is yes.
The reality is yoga is not usually used as medicine. Using yoga as medicine can be tedious and laborious (trust me), requiring constant review of the scientific literature in order to make it … More
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
The concern over eating genetically-modified foods is growing as more people learn about the harmful effects of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). Although not readily publicized by the mainstream media, GMOs have been linked to various health complications such as tumors, organ failure, DNA damage… More
Pao L. Chang, Guest Writer
Water is an element that we are very familiar with because it is found in nearly every place on Earth and is also a part of us. According to certain researchers, our bodies and planet Earth are made of roughly 70 percent water. … More
Walter Mason, New Dawn
What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: Our life is the creation of our mind. – Buddha
Those of us who grew up in the 1980s were, quite unknowingly, absorbing a healthy … More
Achieving mindfulness through meditation has helped people maintain a healthy mind by quelling negative emotions and thoughts, such as desire, anger and anxiety, and encouraging more positive dispositions such as compassion, empathy and forgiveness. Those who have reaped the benefits of mindfulness know that it works. … More
Adonai, The Watchers
According to study published in the New Scientist back in 1998, there is a direct connection between the Sun’s solar storms and human biological effects.
The conduit which facilitates the charged particles from the Sun to human disturbance — is the very same conduit which … More
Beth Quist, Guest Writer
In Chinese Medicine, the heart is considered the emperor of the body. The emperor needs peace and order in its kingdom, and so governs the bodily functions with routine, like a clock, providing consistent order to its kingdom. The heart is what houses the … More
Amid political controversy, the Italian government took the highroad last week by suspending sales of flu vaccines when their quality and safety were called into question.
Novartis AG (NOVN) told Italian and Swiss authorities that their products were safe, although the shots did contain particle buildup. … More
Chris Renzo, Contributing Writer
What is neuroplasticity, what does it have to do with human potential, and how can it potentially change how we view reality?
Until recently, the prevailing view in neuroscience was that the brain contained all of its neurons at birth and that the number … More
Leah Zerbe, Rodale’s
Agrochemicals, home bug sprays, and lawn treatments could be causing chronic illness in your family.
Pesticides are designed to kill, although the mode of action they use to put the stranglehold on pests varies. Whether it’s nerve gas–like neurological disruption, the unbalancing of key hormones, … More
Years since the initial catastrophe, the fishing community is still suffering from the effects of the BP oil spill. “It’s getting worse and worse every year,” says Dean Blanchard, owner of Dean Blanchard Seafood on Grand Isle.
Fishermen’s Livelihood at Risk
Though many fishing seasons have … More
Anna Hunt, Contributing Writer
Advocates argue that Cannabis needs to undergo legitimate scientific research to examine its potential uses for diseases such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and migraines, as well as for sleep disorders and skin conditions. Even for approved conditions, little research is available to … More
“The countless names attached to illnesses do not really matter. What does matter is that they all come from the same root cause… too much tissue acid waste in the body!”
- Dr. Theodor Baroody
If you believe what doctors say today, you’d think that suddenly … More
Trinity Bourne, Openhand Contributor
“We, who lived in concentration camps,
can remember the men who walked
through the huts of others,
giving away their last piece of bread.
They may have been few in number,
but they offer sufficient proof that everything
can be taken away from a … More
Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease
Right from the horses mouth, Bill Gates states that “vaccines reduce population growth.” Few can now deny what anti-vaccine advocates have been saying for years, specifically that vaccines directly and negatively impact fertility. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will only be too willing … More