From the monthly archives:

November 2016

Bird Flu is Mutating Quickly

November 30, 2016

For whatever reasons you want to blame, bird flu is back, and it’s getting worse quickly. Although bird flu has been around (or at least documented) for two decades, the newest incarnation—H5N8—can infect more types of birds, including wild birds with long migration patterns, which has allowed it to quickly spread the world over. The […]

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When you eat some blueberries, a pomegranate, or a superfood like sweet potatoes, you probably feel pretty good about your diet for the day. And you should! But the benefit of living in a modern world is that you can be doing even better, and have a bigger variety of antioxidants in your diet (thanks […]

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Scientists have traced Vitamin D’s effects at the cellular level, and found that it plays a pretty big role in stopping inflammation, supporting previous correlations between low Vitamin D levels and diseases like SAD, arthritis, asthma, and other inflammatory conditions like bowel diseases. During winter, everyone gets a drop in Vitamin D levels thanks to […]

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Get Better Digestion

November 25, 2016

It’s probably on your mind already—digestion—whether you’re uncomfortable right now, or thinking about how you need to make better decisions in the future. You might be a healthy eater, cheat occasionally, or subscribed to the typical American diet. All types can sometimes run into digestion troubles, because what we eat is only the beginning. Yes, […]

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What we drink is a true “first world problem”. Although our water isn’t perfect, it’s pretty good. But a lot of people hate the taste, or get pulled into something sweeter, juicier, fattier, or just fancier. Many prefer water extra iced, only from their own city, or just from a fancy bottle. For an essential […]

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