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Leonardo DiCaprio protests with Great Sioux Nation to stop Dakota Access Pipeline

Leonardo DiCaprio protests with Great Sioux Nation to stop Dakota Access Pipeline

Leonardo DiCaprio protests with Great Sioux Nation to stop Dakota Access Pipeline The Dakota Access Pipeline is a new project that consists of an approximately 1,172 mile, 30-inch diameter pipeline that will connect North Dakota to Illinois. The pipeline will be used to transport crude oil. The pipeline would cross […]

by September 18, 2016
Egyptian strawberries are linked to hepatitis A outbreak

Egyptian strawberries are linked to hepatitis A outbreak

Egyptian strawberries are linked to hepatitis A outbreak. The foodborne outbreak has affected 89 people in seven states, U.S. health officials say. According to the World Health Organization (WHO): Thirty-nine of the affected people have been hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported, according to the Centers for Disease Control […]

by September 17, 2016
Babies given antibiotics have higher eczema risk

Babies given antibiotics have higher eczema risk

Babies given antibiotics have higher eczema risk, according to the latest research from the European Lung Foundation. In this day and age, antibiotics are given out by doctors like candy to children and adults alike. While these medications may be mandatory for certain conditions, they may also be unnecessary for […]

by September 16, 2016
Oven-roasted thyme butternut squash cubes

Oven-roasted thyme butternut squash cubes

One of our favorite things about the colder weather coming up is simple: butternut squash. It is so unbelievably rich and delicious, and is packed with health benefits. This oven-roasted thyme butternut squash cubes recipe is an amazing way to kick off the colder seasons. Let’s take a closer look […]

by September 15, 2016
Vitamin A helps prevent colon cancer

Vitamin A helps prevent colon cancer

Vitamin A helps prevent colon cancer, according to new research from the Stanford University School of Medicine. Colorectal (colon) cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. The lifetime risk of developing colon cancer is about […]

by September 14, 2016
Tips for the first 30 days of adopting a dog

Tips for the first 30 days of adopting a dog

Let’s be honest, there are few things cuter than a puppy. While buying a new puppy can be very tempting and a lot of fun, there are other dogs are in greater need of a forever home. When you adopt a dog, you are giving them a second chance to […]

by September 13, 2016
Green foods help fight depression

Green foods help fight depression

Diet can play a big part in the health of the brain and good mood. New research from Australia and Great Britain shows that green foods help fight depression and boost the mood. Yesterday we observed World Suicide Prevention Day. Until recently, mental health was almost too taboo to talk […]

by September 12, 2016
5 best alkaline foods for repairing your body

5 best alkaline foods for repairing your body

Did you know that your body has a pH? It’s true! Keeping your body in an alkaline state is one of the keys to preventing chronic diseases and promoting overall health. These are the 5 best alkaline foods for repairing your body. Bananas: Bananas are rich in dietary fiber and […]

by September 11, 2016