Search Engine Plants Trees
Internet users can help fight global deforestation even while surfing. German online search engine Ecosia, now used in 183 countries, diverts its advertising revenue from click-throughs to planting trees worldwide to the tune of more than 52 million since 2009. With each
Smart Strategies for Preventing Dementia
by Melinda Hemmelgarn
With 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease there’s no shortage of advice on how to enhance, preserve and restore brain function. Judging from the dizzying assortment of brain training games and apps to the multitude of books promising
Aquatic Workouts for Him
by Marlaina Donato
When it comes to chiseling muscles, recovering from injury or reducing stress, men are finding that hitting the pool might even surpass hitting the gym. “Water aerobics is a great form of exercise for men looking to sculpt their bodies,
In a groundbreaking move in 2018, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) as a treatment for obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCD).
According to David Kent, M.D., founder of NuMe TMS Clinics, TMS is an innovative therapy that uses magnetic fields
Beyond Buttons and Portabellas
by April Thompson
A handful of mushrooms a day just might keep the doctor at bay, according to a mounting body of research providing powerful evidence of the fungal kingdom’s abilities to promote health and fight disease.
“Mushrooms are pretty spectacular. All edible species
Peak Elements, known as “Idaho’s first location for IV nutritional therapy,” is offering clients in the greater Boise area holistic results to many common ailments.
Intravenous (IV) nutritional therapy is hydration straight into the body’s systems with vitamin C and many other vitamins and minerals. The
Wholistic Beauty Boutique—a health and wellness boutique filled with natural and organic skincare, body care and makeup, as well as local, handmade products—is now offering its products for both in-store shopping and “buy online/pick up in store” purchases.
Among the beauty products offered at the boutique
by Jan Hollingsworth
During nearly two decades with CNN, Dr. Sanjay Gupta has covered wars, natural disasters and the aftermath of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Along the way, the Western-trained, practicing neurosurgeon has explored myriad health topics, including the science of alternative
Protecting Pets and the Planet
by Marlaina Donato
Warmer weather has arrived, and so begins many homeowners’ annual quest for a well-nourished, weed-free lawn. However, the grass isn't always greener—or healthier for anyone—using conventional approaches.
Turf grass covers up to 50 million acres of American land, and according
We Must Face Our Own Story First
by Chris Bruno
I have worked in the corporate world, served as a missionary in the Middle East during 9/11 and the Iraq War, been assaulted with a knife, launched a small business and a nonprofit and suffered deep loss