Do we really have to make big pharma richer?

For the answer to this question we have to go back in time. We are generally raised in a family that was raised in a family that lacked sufficient information to eat properly. Upon growing up, in my formative years in the 40s and 50s, not knowing squat about the proper way to eat, the

Top 10 Things Dogs Can Teach Us About Life

Dogs teach us about the secret of happiness every single day, whether we understand it or not. Just look at the life your dog is living? How many times have you said my dog is living a happy life? It turns out, that the life of a dog is not complicated at all. It is

Eyebrows & Eyelashes – Little hairs with a big job

We pluck them, trim them, shape them, and curl them. Eyebrows and eyelashes might seem all for aesthetics and we can get a little vain with their appearances. The reason we have both of them is to protect the eyes. As humans, we rely on sight more than any other sense, which means we want

Dirty Towels Exposed as Breeding Grounds for Health Hazards

Towels are a daily necessity used for hand drying, bathing, and generally drawing moisture from our bodies. Based on the latter sentence alone, you may already know how towels can quickly become a breeding environment for icky germs and other harmful microorganisms.   How Dirty Is Your Towel? An ongoing study featured in TIME Magazine

The Emotional Toll of Melanoma: Coping During and After Treatment

Melanoma is a deadly form of skin cancer affecting thousands in the United States each year. In 2021, the American Cancer Society reported 106,110 new skin cancer diagnoses in the country, indicating significant growth rates compared to previous years. Skin cancer can trigger a rollercoaster of emotions, as individuals come to terms with the reality

Is rotting flesh and blood really yummy?

Besides being conditioned from infancy and being subjected to social and advertising pressure, the main reason that hooks people on animal foods is taste. One thing is clear though; we cannot stomach eating flesh in its normal state, especially if it’s soaked in blood, even if it’s cooked.  Bear in mind that an animal has

How to Strike a Balance Between Cancer and Work

When life takes an unexpected turn, the balance between personal and professional well-being can teeter on the edge. Few events disrupt this balance as profoundly as a cancer diagnosis. Individuals find themselves grappling with their health and the complexities of employment life, asking themselves questions like, “Do I have to quit my job?” or “Do

Are Rx meds really safe?

One would think that any doctor that had a brain would encourage their patients to stay healthy. The problem is that most doctors rely on the “take-a-pill” mentality, which leads to people being overweight and carrying bags full of various Rx drugs. Let’s say there are doctors out there that truly care about the health

10 Natural Ways to Relieve Tooth Implant Pain at Home

Tooth implant pain can be a disruptive and uncomfortable experience. It can range from mild to severe and can be caused by a variety of factors, such as infection, inflammation, or the implant itself. Fortunately, there are a number of natural remedies that can help to relieve tooth implant pain at home. From using cold

Beets – benefits that beat poor health

Most people often forget about or don’t even consider including beets as part of a healthy diet. It hardly makes the list for the grocery store maybe because they aren’t front and center in the produce section and popularity hasn’t quite hit the dining out menus. Beets are a superfood that we shouldn’t neglect. Here