Dr. K.J. McLaughlin, Doctors Health Press
Depression is a very common health issue which affects millions of people worldwide. As a matter of fact, depression is the second most common cause of disability on a global scale accounting for lost time, decreased quality of life, and high treatment … More
Kaye Spector, EcoWatch
Traces of 18 unregulated chemicals were found in drinking water from more than one-third of U.S. water utilities in a nationwide sampling, according to new, unpublished research by federal scientists.
Included are 11 perfluorinated compounds, an herbicide, two solvents, caffeine, an antibacterial compound, a metal … More
Julian Websdale, Contributor
The Republic (Greek: Πολιτεία, Politeia) is a Socratic dialogue, written by Plato around 380 BC, concerning the definition of justice and the order and character of the just city-state and the just man. It is Plato’s best-known work and has proven to be one … More
Stephen C. Webster, The Raw Story
A study in the August edition of The Journal of School Health finds that the generations old theory of a “gateway drug” effect is in fact accurate for some drug users, but shifts the blame for those addicts’ escalating substance abuse away … More
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
Respected author, public speaker and spokesperson for indigenous rights John Perkins expressed outrage today that the government of Ecuador has violently closed down the rainforest protection activist group, Pachama Alliance, which Perkins helped to create in 1995. Strongly condemning the government’s actions as … More
Paul Fassa, Natural Society
It’s a bit controversial, but you should know that using a microwave oven could be damaging your health. Swiss scientist Hans Hertel did independent research on microwave cooking that was once banned from publication by a court gag order demanded by an industry association. … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
There are times, in my books and articles, when I talk about an external control system that many of us are aware of, and others are awakening to. I ask readers to examine how we are socially and culturally conditioned, and programmed by messages that … More
Steve Horn, DeSmogBlog
The Great Lakes, drinking water source for over 40 million North Americans, could be the next target on tar sands marketers’ bullseye according to a major new report out by the Chicago-based Alliance for the Great Lakes.
The 24-page report, “Oil and … More
Rhonda Burns, GreenMedInfo
When one of our world renowned professors uses the term “horrifying” in speaking about the widespread use of a chemical in our food supply, the prudent person would sit up and take notice.
That’s exactly the word Dr. Don Huber used. But are we listening? … More
Elaine Rosales, Guest
Many people think that cooking oils like corn, soy, safflower, sunflower and canola are good for their health just because they’re made from vegetables or plants. But nothing could be further from the truth.
In fact, these oils are probably the worst oils you can … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
The human energetic body, also referred to as the pranic sheath or astral body, is an intricate network of 72,000 nadis that facilitate the movement of prana, the vital energy of the human body. The nadis, also referred to as astral tubes, astral nerves … More
Beverly Blanchard, Contributor
Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself. – Rumi
There has been some discussion lately regarding Russell Brand’s interview with Jeremy Paxman. There was nothing new in what Russell was saying. … More
Natasha Longo, Prevent Disease
Energy Drinks have been found to cause irreversible damage to tooth enamel and detrimentally affect the contraction of the heart. According to an ongoing study reported at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), the popular drinks consumed by millions not only increase contractility … More
Christina Sarich, Natural Society
Are you anxious reading this? Millions of people throughout the world suffer from some form of anxiety or another. In the US alone, more than 40 million people experience either a social anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress, some type of phobia which … More
Dr. Stewart Bitkoff, Contributor
The goal of the mystical school is the completed person. The completed person has added a degree of spiritual development to their other capacities. This spiritual development is accomplished through an interaction between the Master, the student and Path.
The school exists to help … More
Susan Thixton, Guest
Understanding the definitions of common pet food ingredients is significant to understanding what your pet is consuming. Let’s define “meat.”
Meat. AAFCO defines meat as “flesh” sourced from slaughtered mammals and is listed on pet food labels with the descriptive term such as Turkey, … More