Did you know you can do numerous things (like exercise) to release feel-good chemicals in your brain for a state of awareness and joy?
Research has found that mistletoe, the same plant we stand underneath to get a kiss from someone, can slow and halt the growth of cancer tumors.
While more states and cities approve the use of marijuana, the federal government continues to perform costly raids despite claims to be hands-off.
Many people love using a sauna to sweat and naturally help the body to detox, but should you be using a traditional sauna or infrared sauna?
Want to save money, help the planet, and boost your overall health? Here are some compelling reasons to go on a plant-based diet.
A study shows that the herb salacia oblonga rivals prescription drugs in treating diabetes, decreasing insulin and blood glucose levels greatly.
Research has shown time and time again how a mother’s love and touch is crucial for a child’s development, especially on a social level.
Supplements could play a role in your battle for wellness and flu prevention. Here are 3 great supplements for fighting and preventing a cold and flu.
In addition to the obvious effects of the War on Drugs like increased prison populations, here are 4 hidden drug war effects we don’t normally hear about.
The entire food system is one big obstacle, but as long as you are making progress and doing the best you can, you should feel good.
Numerous studies have shown that vitamin D3 is able to improve mood and vanquish depression – something that is essential during the dark, winter months.
The very nature of our immune systems and what vaccinations do to artificially stimulate immunity makes safe vaccinating impossible. Here is an interview.
Researchers have noticed significantly lower levels of B vitamins, especially B5, in those suffering from arthritis. Could upping B5 intake be a solution?
While many people avoid potatoes because of starchiness and a high glycemic index, some health experts consider potatoes superfoods. Here is why.
A study found that cannabinoids within cannabis can help treat multiple sclerosis-like diseases by preventing inflammation in the brain and spinal cord.
Containing the compound capsaicin, hot peppers have been found to aid in weight loss, lower blood pressure, and reduce inflammation – among other benefits.
One study shows that women who breastfeed for more than 6 months are less likely to develop early breast cancer than women who do not breastfeed at all.