From the monthly archives:

March 2011

As the weather gets warmer our habits change, eating less, moving around outside more. But as clouds and rain make occasional reappearances, it may be hard to really pick up our energy levels in sync with the changing weather. Many people struggle with a diet that changes with the seasons—light green fair in the summer, […]

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Southern California hospitals have seen an outbreak of the new superbug sweeping the nation: carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae (CRKP). Like MRSA, CRKP has grown in hospitals and reitrement homes. Although the US and other countries have seen outbreaks, a new study has revealed that it is more prevalent in hospitals than previously believed. More at CNN […]

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For the past five years the rate of lyme disease in the northeast has been going up, and early reports suggest that this year will follow that trend. While some of the increase in lyme disease rates is tied to an increase in awareness about the disease, there has also been a noticeable increase in […]

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Your liver’s job is to remove toxins, whether you ingest them knowingly (alcohol), thoughtlessly (junk food), or unknowingly (preservatives, additives, environmental toxins). To support both your liver’s abilities to neutralize toxins, as well as the health of your liver itself, it’s important to get lots of antioxidants into the mix. Antioxidants neutralize harmful free radicals, […]

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“Come see what’s so big about the super small!”. Nanodays starts March 26th (check below for a list of participants and what days they will be hosting events), and you can learn all about the new uses of nano materials, including nano silver (colloidal silver) and nano gold (colloidal gold). See if your local museum […]

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