Chris Bourne, Openhand Contributor
There are so many questions about the human diet. Does humanity really come from a hunter gatherer heritage as traditional anthropology would have us believe? Are we meant to eat animal protein? And what about the B12 question: if on the other hand … More
Marco Torres, Prevent Disease
A low fever can actually benefit a sick child, and researchers have attributed parental tendencies to over-treat by “fever phobia”–a fear that fever is harmful–which they say originated after the introduction of anti-fever drugs like Tylenol. In addressing this important concern of parents… More
Jason Jeffrey, New Dawn
I believe the idea of Shambhala has not yet come to full flower, but that when it does it will have enormous power to reshape civilisation. It is the sign of the future. The search for a new unifying principle that our civilisation … More
Ginger Garner, Guest Writer
A report published last month by the Institute of Medicine entitled, U.S. Health in International Perspective: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health, was released on January 9, 2013.
CNN originally covered the Institute’s release of the report, and now the nutrition industry is chiming in, … More
Flowers’ methods of communicating are at least as sophisticated as any devised by an advertising agency, according to a new study, published today in Science Express by researchers from the University of Bristol. However, for any advert to be successful, it has to reach, and be perceived by, … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
With urban farming becoming more popular and more common, people are starting to consider their front and back yards as a potential space for growing healthy, organic produce. Yet, front yards may actually be off limits if you’re thinking of starting a food … More
Heidi Stevenson, Green Med Info
The FDA has taken a freely-available herbal product, sap of the dragon’s blood tree, defined it as the drug Fulyzac, & handed it to Big Pharma. Nature’s gift is being polluted. What you get after Big Pharma and & the FDA get … More
Will Potter, Guest Writer
States are adopting laws meant to keep consumers in the dark about where their food comes from.
Do you have a right to know where that steak on your plate came from?
Should it be legal to photograph chicken farms and dairy cows?… More
Sigmund Fraud, Staff Writer
“Attention is the universal currency in the quantum economy; we really do get what we pay for.” -Craig Pinegar
The term New World Order (NWO) is ubiquitous in our society nowadays, and is repeated by world leaders, pop-stars, graffiti artists, and scholars.… More
Kris Gunnars, Guest Writer
There is a lot of misinformation circling around in mainstream nutrition.
I have listed the worst examples in this article, but unfortunately this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Here are the top 11 biggest lies, myths and misconceptions of mainstream … More
Tara Gould, Wake Up World
Not everyone likes gold, some find it trashy and over stated, while others simply can’t get enough of the stuff. Gold is a massive billion dollar industry, and millions of people globally are dependent on small-scale gold mining to survive. But … More
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
Imagine changing your life in such a way that you drastically reduce your debt, rid yourself of clutter and make a statement against consumerism!
Over the last six decades, industry and emerging culture have over-inflated the American dream. What started as a … More
Z, Contributing Writer
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” –Abraham Lincoln
“Be not the slave of your own past – plunge into the sublime seas, dive deep, and swim far, so you shall come back … More
Konstantin Eriksen, Guest Writer
Today I’d like to talk about a subject that I’ve been thinking about for many years and to share my current thinking on the topic: What is freedom?
The reality is that no matter how much I thought about the meaning of freedom … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
Over the last few decades, yoga has become quite popular, even trendy, outside of the Eastern Buddhist and Hindu cultures. For example, Harris Interactive Service Bureau reported in February 2012 that 16.5 million US adults practice yoga. (source) With so much … More
Chris Renzo, Contributing Writer
Within the past few months I have been exploring feelings as I journey into my past in ways I never have before. I am realizing that the older I get the more humbled I become, not necessarily by an inability to grapple with life’s … More
Dr. William Kay, M.D, Guest Writer
The phrase “medical ethics” sounds great in principle, but some important questions remain unanswered. Who is deciding what is ethical in medicine? How are those decisions being used? In this article we will explore some of the very ugly uses … More