Breast Cancer

Background Breast cancer is the 2nd most common cancer killer after lung cancer. Fortunately, natural remedies may improve outcomes and decrease the toxicity of treatment. Influence of Nutrition...

Fair Game: What is Fair Trade?

Your questions about fair trade, answered. October is Fair Trade Month, but only about 55 percent of the US population knows what the term “fair trade” means. Here, we answer some of the most common...

Five Ways to Support Immunity

Today we live in a world threatened by new and dangerous disease possibilities, ranging from the bird flu to biological warfare. Rising healthcare costs, the ever-present shadow of cancer, and many...

Fall Allergy Relief

A fall chill may be in the air, but if you’re one of the 40 million Americans suffering from allergic rhinitis, otherwise known as hay fever, a change in the seasons doesn’t necessarily mean a break...

You Are What You Eat: Studies Link Taste to Personality

When planning a dinner party, catering to the food preferences of many people can be taxing. But recent psychological research could make it easier to gauge taste buds and personalities at the same...

Seeing Clearly: Protect Eye Health From An Early Age

Did you know that August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month? Whether you’re expecting your first child or already raising your youngsters, you can work toward safeguarding their eye health now...

Pokémon GO Gets Users Outside

An unlikely fitness phenomenon has swept the nation, persuading people of all ages to go outside for a walk. But, as millions are experiencing the great outdoors, their phones aren’t far from sight...

What's in Season? 14 Fruits and Vegetables for Summer

This winter we gave you 14 fruits and vegetables that are in-season during the winter months. Now we are giving you recipes that use in-season produce for summer! Summer is a great time to shop both...

How to Fix Frizzy Summer Hair

Anti-Frizz Ideas Be gentle with your towel, and gently squeeze out excess water rather than rubbing hair. Use a wide-toothed comb on wet hair. Start combing hair from the tips rather than from the...

Prevent Lyme Disease

Summer’s the season for shorts and bare feet, rambling in the woods and fields. But with the threat of Lyme disease, your wanderings may not be as carefree as in the past. June, July, August, and...

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