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“The World in 2030″ by Dr. Michio Kaku

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* “The World in 2030″ by Dr. Michio Kaku
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* Oscar Pistorius Makes It Into 2012 Olympics 400m Semifinals
* Human Microbiome Project: 10,000 Species Of Microbes In And On Our Bodies
* The Greatest Speech Ever Made
* Arithmetic, Population, and Energy by Professor Albert Bartlett
* USA: Steve Jobs Commencement Speech at Stanford University 2005 (乔布斯在斯坦福大学毕业典礼上的演讲)
* USA: A Natural Approach to Cancer Prevention
* Inspirational Video from Japan
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6 Health Benefits of Quinoa (& A Sweet Potato Quinoa Cake Recipe)

Mmm, quinoa – a superfood with no fewer than six awesome health benefits. Let us count the ways we love you, quinoa! Read more...

Skeptical of Walmart’s New Organic Line?

If you’ve not yet heard, Walmart has announced plans to release an affordable line of organic goods in partnership with Wild Oats. It sounds like every organic-lover’s dream — affordable organic foods. The prices are estimated to undercut organic brand-names by as much as 25%. Walmart even claims that their organic line will sell at a similar price point as their non-organic products. Wow! Theoretically, it would also usher in lower market costs all around for such products, due to increased supply and competition. It’s exactly what we’ve been waiting for! — or is it? Read more...

Kepler discovers most potentially habitable planet yet

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12 Surprising Uses for Leftover Coffee

There are lots of ways to reuse coffee grounds, but what about uses for leftover coffee itself? That brown beverage is good for more than just your morning wake-up. Read more...

6 Mistakes You’re Probably Making With Your Dishwasher

It’s been a little over 60 years since dishwashers came into the homes of Middle Class America, revolutionizing housework in the process. Today, about 75% of American households enjoy the privilege of not having to spend hours each week slaving over the sink. But, despite all that practice, there are still plenty of misconceptions about how to properly use a dishwasher — some that will even surprise the most efficient housekeepers. Read more...

‘I didn’t lose weight and my bathroom trips were like clockwork’: What happened when one family went on a sugar-free diet for one year

A mother-of-two convinced her family to go sugar-free for an entire year and reveals the outcome of the diet experiment in a new book. Read more...

How to Feel a Natural Rush of Oxytocin (the ‘Love Hormone’)

Sometimes the simplest way to drop the baditude and bring on the happiness can come through an everyday action. Certain actions activate oxytocin, aka the love hormone, which is known to induce feelings of love, trust and a sense of bonding. When you’re feeling funky, Oxytocin can turn your mood around, make you feel more connected and revive your overall energy. Read more...

50 DIY Ideas for Natural and Green Cleaning

Are you getting ready to do some spring cleaning? Check out these 50 DIY ideas for natural and green cleaning! Read more...

Eat 9 Walnuts a Day to Keep Stress at Bay

Walnuts are a wonder nut, that offer almost too many health benefits to count. Read more...

6 Super Spring Detox Foods

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6 Foods That Kids Should Avoid

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5 Green Foods You Should Be Eating

Yes, yes, we all know we should eat more greens. But, the regular rounds of broccoli, green beans, and lettuce can get rather tiresome. Instead, try these nutrient-dense green foods that are often overlooked. Read more...

5 Foods That Will Make Your Skin Beautiful

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Joke: incurrect password

Sam, I am older now and just can’t remember anything any more. I got smart, I changed my password to “invalid”.
When I log in with the incorrect password, the computer will say “Your password is invalid”. Read more...

20 Toxic Ingredients in Makeup & Body Care Products

Labels on cosmetics and body care products are a tough code to crack. The industry is so shockingly unregulated that it’s usually impossible to trust the claims that manufacturers place on their products. A word such as “natural” can be used by anyone for anything. Even “organic” is misleading. Companies are supposed to use an organic label only if all ingredients are certified-organic, but they can also say it’s “made with organic” if it contains a minimum of 70 percent certified-organic ingredients. Regardless, 30 percent still leaves a lot of room for toxins. Read more...

5 Reasons You Need to Detox and 5 Ways to Detox, Lose Weight & Feel Great

Most of us equate a detox with deprivation—or worse. We think hunger, weird food, kale juice and colonics. We might feel better at the end, but is it really worth the pain and suffering? The thing is, you don’t have to suffer. There’s another kind of detox that’s all about fabulous, delicious food. It’s a new kind of detox that’s a giant jumpstart for your health and a reboot for your metabolism. It’s fun, easy to do and a direct route to feeling fabulous. It’s what I do with my patients, and you can do it in just 10 days. Read more...

The Operating Room of the Future – InSightec – Dr. Kobi Vortman T

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50 reasons we should fear the worst from Fukushima

Fukushima’s missing melted cores and radioactive gushers continue to fester in secret. Read more...

Clean Air: Where You Live Matters

Nowadays, clean air seems elusive. This fact makes this mom furious. Read more...

Apples as Effective as Drugs to Prevent Heart Attacks & Strokes

Most of us have heard the adage, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” throughout our lives, but new research shows that there is serious truth to the message. Scientists at BHF Health Promotion Research Group, Nuffield Department of Population Health, at the University of Oxford, England compared the effects of eating one daily apple to taking statin drugs (used to lower cholesterol levels) among British adults aged 50 and up. The study participants made no other dietary or lifestyle changes and their mortality rates from heart attacks and strokes were recorded. Read more...