All posts tagged with Food
09/15/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Obesity is one of the biggest public health issues the world is facing today, and it’s a contributing factor to

08/30/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

CNN has just announced some news that wouldn’t come as a surprise to people living in China 3,000 years ago:

07/16/2017 / By S.D. Wells

Have you noticed that it’s almost impossible to discuss the power of natural remedies with someone who has been brainwashed

05/16/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Native Americans used a variety of herbal medicines for treating a plethora of illnesses. An article published in listed 23

05/15/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Not only are strawberries a delicious fruit, they could also be a cancer-fighting food in the future. Thanks to the

02/28/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Usually, your immune system does an excellent job of protecting your body against disease-causing microbes. However, sometimes bacteria or viruses

02/13/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Every day, millions of people rush to the pharmacy for some over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medication. Most of us

01/23/2017 / By Vicki Batts

Turmeric is known for its rich, yellow color and its myriad of culinary uses.  The old-world spice has been coveted

12/25/2016 / By S.D. Wells

If you had been walking on sharp rocks and jagged shells all day, and a doctor told you to take

11/28/2016 / By holisticdentistry
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BALTIMORE — One of the most requested drinks at Pure Raw Juice in Federal Hill is black lemonade, a concoction

07/27/2016 / By Greg White

Researchers have discovered a person in the U.S. carrying  a bacteria resistant to last resort antibiotics, which could mean “the

07/21/2016 / By D. Samuelson

The herb belongs to the genus Artemisia. It’s more commonly called wormwood. For centuries, its bitter taste and medicinal properties

06/06/2016 / By JD Heyes

In a world where we are constantly being battered by toxins, viruses and bacteria, it has become more important than

02/09/2016 / By Greg White

Philosophy is commonly seen as a discipline reserved for academics debating about questions that have little, if any, practical importance. In