Soybean Slowdown

Chinese GMO Regulations Dampen U.S. Exports Even before recent disruption of U.S. trade with China through increased tariffs, China had made importing genetically modified (GMO) soybeans more difficult after a regulatory crackdown last December. The agricultural GMO regulation scheme strengthened …

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Teeny Town

Tiny Houses Can Benefit Seniors The University of Southern Indiana (USI) is building a small, modular home on its Evansville campus to demonstrate how the tiny housing model could make independent living accessible for people of all ages and abilities. …

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Pumpkin Compounds Inhibit Cancer Growth

In addition to being tasty, autumn’s pumpkin pie may also help prevent cancer. Two studies have confirmed the ability of certain nutrients in pumpkins to inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Researchers from the Italian Institute of Food Science found …

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What is Naturopathic Skin Care?

Estheticians that choose to practice skin care from a naturopathic standpoint follow the naturopathic creed and incorporate those values into their work. These principles include using nature’s innate healing power, treating the whole person (body, mind and spirit), preventing illness …

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Brain Balance

A Holistic Approach to Learning and Developmental Problems When Dr. Ray Booth, Ph.D., and his wife, Dawna, were watching two of their grandchildren struggle with learning and behavioral issues years ago, they sought out a holistic solution. Little did they …

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Local Pain Clinic Receives Elite Certification

Pain Care Clinic of Idaho has been designated as a Center of Excellence for teaching and certification of Scrambler Therapy technology, and Edmund Boese, M.D., co-owner of the clinic, has been certified to perform Scrambler Therapy. The Scrambler medical device …

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Phillip J. Redd, DO

Getting to the Root Cause of Disease with Functional Medicine steopathic physician Dr. Phillip J. Redd, DO, established his business in 2015 with an overwhelming desire to help others find their path back to good health. “I believe that if …

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Supercharge Your Immune System

Natural Ways to Stay Healthy Like many other health conditions, challenges to our immune systems are on the rise. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 26.5 million adults and kids have asthma, 50 million have …

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Really Natural

Organic Labeling Evolves to Meet Challenges  Organic shoppers may see additional labeling on produce. More than a dozen farmers and scientists from around the country met to create the standards for an additional organic certification pilot program called the Real …

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Ease Repetitive Strain Injuries

Targeted Exercises Lower Risk of Injury Weekend athletes, office workers and hobbyists greatly benefit from a balanced array of regular exercises as a preventive measure against injury. In our technological age, repetitive strain injury (RSI) is all too common, and …

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