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Nearly 20 thousand Americans die each year due to complications that stem from Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or better known as MRSA. This "super Staph" has received a lot of media coverage, and for good reason, it's scary. (more…)

If a word has the suffix "cide" in it, you know it's meant to kill something. Pesticides are designed to eliminate insects, weeds, fungi, bacteria, and other things that feed on crops, spread disease, are a nuisance, or destroy property. Farming is big business, and most food-producing companies are driven to make money and pay the most attention to the bottom-line. Pesticides and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are a way to ensure they get the crop yield they demand, no matter how it hurts the environment or consumers. Pest control […]

Acid reflux, or heartburn, is characterized by a considerable burning sensation in the stomach and esophagus region. Extremely bothersome, there is a direct correlation between the foods we put in the body and the experience of acid reflux. When we eat alot of highly acidic foods, our body starts to become accustomed to this diet. In turn, our stomaches cannot sufficiently process the acid, and this burning liquid moves back up into the throat. (more…)

Believe it or not, consuming chocolate has numerous health benefits. This is not just wishful thinking, it is fact. However, before running out to buy all those candy bars you've been resisting for so long, it's important to know all the facts because not all chocolates are created equal. Only some chocolate contains the goodness that your body will reap the benefits from. Where Does Chocolate Come From? Cacao trees grow in equatorial regions around the globe and are full of natural plant nutrients. This tree produces a fruit about […]

You only need to walk past a coffee shop in any American city to see that our country loves Java. With so much coffee being consumed on a daily basis, it's encouraging to learn that there is a productive use for all those grinds. Next time you make a cup, save your coffee grounds and add them to the soil in your garden. For best results, use organic coffee if you will be consuming the fruits or vegetables you fertilize. Approximately 60% of the world's coffee beans are sprayed with […]

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