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  • The Secret Ingredient for Health Is Happiness

      A happy childhood leads to a healthy adult life. This is what scientists found when they examined the effects of childhood adversities to DNA. They found that the tiny protective caps of our chromosomes, which are called telomeres, shorten prematurely when kids consistently experience traumatic events. Scientists have found that long telomeres are associated

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  • 4 Reasons to Eat Pastured Eggs

      The popularity of low-fat diets has put several nutritious foods in the black list. Eggs are a great example of a healing food that has been unfairly pushed away, mostly because of the fatty yolk. But eggs, and especially the yolk, have so much to offer, particularly if they come from hens that are

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  • Top 10 Natural Foods for Cat Health

    If you have been educating yourself on what you should be feeding your kitty, you know by now that not all people foods are meant for these cute beings. When it comes to nutrition, you should never go for the cheapest options especially if your cat’s health is on the line. However, cheap doesn’t always

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  • Falling in Love with Cast Iron Cookware

    I consider myself a pretty practical woman — I generally don’t buy things that don’t serve a purpose and serve it well. However, I will be the first to admit, I am a fool for some cute kitchen gear. It’s ridiculous I know, but there’s something about a robin’s egg blue mixer or a polka

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  • Echinacea a Common Medicinal

      Herbs are useful for more than just flavoring food, they can add nutrients to your diet including vitamins and minerals, help alleviate symptoms of a cold/flu, improve your immune system, and even reduce inflammation, stop bleeding, and heal minor burns/bee stings. Wildcrafting is a good way of gathering herbs that you may need. But

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  • Negative Effects of Loud Noise on Our Bodies

    It turns out that loud noise is not just annoying, but it also has significant negative effects in the body. An intriguing study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives in 2004, reports that a single session of exposure to very loud noise (100 decibels) for 12 hours caused a significant increase of DNA fragmentation

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  • Mullein: A Common Medicinal for Home Remedies

    Cowboy’s Toilet Paper, Our Lady’s Candle, Bunny’s Ear, Beggar’s Blanket, & Quaker’s Rouge are just a few nicknames for Common Mullein (Verbascum thapsus), a member of the snapdragon family. You will find this fuzzy, biennial plant growing on roadsides and in areas that have been disturbed in almost every state. A pioneer plant, it grows

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  • Mullein: a Common Medicinal

    Cowboy’s Toilet Paper, Our Lady’s Candle, Bunny’s Ear, Beggar’s Blanket, & Quaker’s Rouge are just a few nicknames for Common Mullein (Verbascum thapsus), a member of the snapdragon family. You will find this fuzzy, biennial plant growing on roadsides and in areas that have been disturbed in almost every state. A pioneer plant, it grows

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  • Killing Microbes Without Antibiotics

      When it comes to infectious pathogens, antibiotics are considered the first and most efficient line of defence. While resistant bacterial strains are becoming more and more common and dangerous, we have learned to rely entirely on synthetic or natural formulations to protect human health. Commercial products, like toothpastes, soaps and household cleaners are also

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