For many of us, sugar is the ultimate comfort consumption. Breaking the habit of it can be quite a challenge. Vanity can be used as a catalyst to change.
Food matters, says Holli – it is our medicine, our lifeline, the secret to living the rest of our lives in a beautiful, energized and healthful way.
It's that time of year again, when we are faced with choosing between nature and chemical compound, preventing and treating, expelling and absorbing...
Next time you are visiting your favorite coffee spot, you might opt for green tea which is low in caffeine and actually increases overall health and well being.
You name the ailment, and you can bet sugar plays a role in it. In fact, Dr. Mark Hyman even compared sugar to a recreational drug.
Packing ferocious winds of up to 145 mph, Hurricane Gonzalo continued on a path toward Bermuda on Friday as a Category 4 storm.
Homeopathic medicines are good choices for home treatment of simple first aid or acute (non-emergency) health problems.
Adults in the United States consumed four times more antidepressants in the late 2000s than they did in the early 1990s.
Many assume that the 14th-century Black Death that quickly ravaged the western world was a bacterial bubonic plague caused by flea bites and rats.
While new and novel might be exciting, routine and habit can help create a structure and framework for success. Much of our lives are driven by routine.
Despite research proving that antibiotics are producing more deadly superbugs, they are still prescribed for even simple bacterial infections.
Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has determined that pesticide residues linger among public housing for some time.
We always seem to veer a little more toward the naughty than the nice once the sun sets. Our iron-clad discipline starts to wane.
Emerging research and data suggests that we need to seriously reevaluate our plastic usage. Here are some helpful tips for avoiding plastics you can begin today!