Mrinalini Erkenswick Watsa, Mongabay
In 1956, in the quiet seaside town of Minamata on the southwestern coast of Japan’s Kyushu Island, cats began to behave very strangely. They convulsed, displayed excessive salivation, and gradually lost the ability to walk. Then, dead birds began to fall out of the … More
Dr Lester Sawicki, Guest Writer
Today’s science of nano-technology has advanced dental fillings far beyond bees wax used in Europe over 6000 years ago.
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry are currently developing and testing a nano-technology tooth colored resin composite cavity-filling that kills … More
The Health Coach, Contributing Writer
There is perhaps no other heavy metal that is as feared as mercury when it is found in the human body.
Why? And does it deserve its fearsome reputation?
“Mercury melts at -38.8º C and gallium melts at 29.8º C. Room … More