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Mushroom and cancer

When we think of cancer in our Western world, we tend to think of harsh chemicals or toxic radiation as the treatments. But promising new research published in the journal Phytomedicinesuggests that we might want to give serious consideration to the humble mushroom cordyceps that quietly rears its head deep within our forest floors. Read more...

10 reasons to eat carrot daily

Carrots are more than a tasty addition to almost any dish. They are also good for your body’s overall health, especially that of the skin, eyes, digestive system and teeth! Read more...

Sugary drinks and teenage girls

Frequent consumption of sugary drinks—including soda, fruit mixes, and sweetened iced tea—has been linked with an early start to menstruation in girls, according to new research. Read more...

Diet and mood

While your mood sometimes dictates what foods you eat — hello ice cream – what you choose to eat can conversely affect your moods. While it may seem harmless enough, what you choose to eat for lunch could impact how you feel all afternoon. We all know about the “hangries” — being so hungry that you become cranky and angry — but once you’re fed, your meal can actually enhance or detract from your mental state. Here are 5 ways in which the foods you eat (or don’t eat) rule your moods. Read more...

There’s a sunny future ahead for rooftop solar power: here’s why

The automotive show season is well underway, with gleaming new cars and trucks—including electric vehicles (EVs)—destined for exhibit halls in cities like Detroit, Frankfurt and Tokyo. But as the latest EVs are showcased, uncertainty over whether or not they will become part of mainstream car buying remains largely unchanged. And that uncertainty is impacting their manufacture. Read more...

Ways to treat tooth ache

It’s unfortunate that you can’t schedule a toothache. If that were possible, I certainly wouldn’t have opted for the late Friday evening time slot. Faced with two agonizing days ahead of me before I could make it to the dentist, I scoured the web for DIY treatments to ease the pain. And, boy, there sure are a lot of remedies out there — from the obvious, like ice, to the slightly odd, like the paste made out of ginger, cayenne pepper and water. Read more...

A Rough Childhood Can Literally Age You Says a New Study | TIME

Childhood trauma and psychiatric conditions may causeindividuals to experience accelerated aging, according to research published last week. Read more...

Surprising thing that kills more people than obesity does

Americans spend a lot of time worrying about weight. We try every new diet trick that comes along in our quest to lower that number on the scale. We do it because we want to look better and feel better. And because we know that carrying too much weight is unhealthy. But there’s something that else that’s killing us. It’s our sedentary lifestyle. If you think it’s okay to be a couch potato because you’re thin, you’re making a huge mistake.
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Wendy’s Pulling Soda Off Kids’ Meal Menu | Fremont, CA Patch

Following other fast food chains lead, and urging from advocacy groups such as MomsRising.org, Wendy’s has now agreed to remove soda from its children’s menus, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Read more...

Solar energy on the rise | Environment | DW.DE | 19.01.2015

Global investment in solar energy is on the rise. In 2014, sales of solar panels increased by 20 percent. Although German solar producers are struggling with Asian competitors, they remain optimistic. Read more...

Ways to save on grocery

Next to your mortgage, if you have one, you probably spend more money on food and groceries than any other item in your budget. You can cut expenses way down by following some of these ingenious ideas for lowering your food costs. Read more...

Diet for high blood pressure

67 million American adults have high blood pressure. That’s 1 in every 3 American adults. Read more...

Exercise and diabetes

Need a little motivation for that new year’s resolution to hit the gym more often? New research has found that there are some types of exercise that might lower your diabetes risk. Read more...

Toxins in supplements

I’m absolutely shocked at how many people don’t investigate to find out whether there are toxins in the products they swallow. When something is sold as an herb, vitamin, superfood, or supplement, they think it’s automatically safe. And while the natural products industry has a truly remarkable safety record — especially in contrast to the massive number of deaths caused by pharmaceuticals — it still suffers from a lot of hidden toxins that are routinely used throughout the industry. Read more...

Herb for high blood pressure

Most people already know the health benefits of eating olive oil on a regular basis, but an increasing amount of research is showing that olive oil isn’t the only therapeutic part of these trees. The leaf of the trees have long been used for their anti-viral properties as well. And, according to research in the medical journal Phytomedicine, the leaf extract showed comparable ability to the drug Captopril to reduce high blood pressure. Read more...

Joke – A for adorable

>> After 15 years of marriage, a wife asked her husband to describe her. He looked at her slowly and without blinking an eye, said:ABCDEFGHIJK“What does that mean?” she asked.“Adorable, Beautiful, Cute, Delightful, Elegant, Fashionable, Gorgeous and Hot” he replied.Smiling, she asked: What about IJK?He replied: I’m Just Kidding! Read more...

Soup for your cold

Winter might slow us down in general, but it can make the nose run. Body ache, fatigue, colds and flu are, alas, a bane of the cold months all over the country. Read more...

Google translation app – don’t travel without it

Google product manager Julie Cattiau, left, and software engineer and founder of Word Lens Otavio Good, right, use the Google translate application on a mobile phone during a press conference on Monday, Jan. 12, 2015 in San Francisco, Calif. (Aric Crabb/Bay Area News Group) (ARIC CRABB)
A beautiful French-speaking woman. A handsome English-speaking man. A quiet room in romantic San Francisco. Read more...

Toxins in our body

Toxins in the body and chemical body burden are out of control in America. There are currently 82,000 synthetic chemicals in the foods we eat, the toys our children touch, the products we use to clean our homes, the air we breathe, and the cosmetics we apply to our skin — and only a fraction of these have ever been tested for safety. Read more...

Ways to avoid catching cold

You already wash your hands often and load up on vitamin-rich foods…but there are a few more things you can do to avoid catching a cold, according to recent research. Read more...