Renewable energy is the goose that lays the golden egg – those who seek to find a way to halt climate change in its tracks and
The EPA opened the doors on its US Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program in 1996. This branch of the agency was responsible for determining the impact on humans of industrial and agricultural chemicals either directly or indirectly.
Like what happens to our drinking water when herbicides run off of plants and into streams…
Or when children drink from plastic laced with BPA.
We’ve talked before about what endocrine-disruptors do — how they mimic naturally occurring hormones and interfere with signals in the body.
Everyone’s gut is as individual and unique as their thoughts and tastes. That’s because of the gut microbiome. The microbiome, or the ecological community of
As our lives become increasingly busy, it’s common for our sleep schedules to suffer. We might stay up late working, watching TV, or scrolling through social media, and then struggle to wake up in the morning feeling rested and alert.
The gut microbiome’s health writes the code for the program on which our bodies run. Those of us who understand how great its impact can
Ever hear of Nature Deficit Disorder?
Probably not – it’s not in the DSM or anything. But that doesn’t mean it’s not real.
The urbanization of the world and the shift from outdoor to indoor living has changed a lot about the way we think, feel, and ail.
Plus, the hyper-hygiene craze of the last 18 months isn’t helping kids derive all the benefits they can from the natural world.