2,500 years ago, ancient Romans and Greeks found a leafy plant known as wild mustard – called Brassica oleracea – growing in Europe and the
Everyone’s metric for a “reasonable” occasion for tears is different, but there is one commonality — if there is a reasonable time to cry, there’s also an unreasonable time.
You probably have a metric yourself, if you really think about it…
Death of a loved one? Definitely. Let go from your job? Shed a few tears, it’s okay. Going through a breakup? Most of us agree that’s as good a time as any for tears.
A rabbi and a Taoist monk walk into a clubhouse… Only the punchline isn’t hilarious – it’s accessing higher consciousness. Holy people walk all around us.
Cultural and social experts have called the past ten years the “Subscription Decade.” But it may be more accurate to call it…
The “Customization Decade.”
Your meals can be customized and delivered to your home for you to cook. You can design your own shampoo by answering a few questions about your hair and feeding the answers into an algorithm. You can even customize your entertainment by choosing a number of platforms you utilize the most and only paying for those.
Moxa is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that has been used for centuries by healers to treat various ailments. The technique involves burning dried mugwort
The USDA changes its ruling on how many fruits and vegetables to eat daily about every five years.
You’ve got to be paying attention, or the last thing you’ll remember about the correct daily portions about fruits and vegetables will have come from your 11th grade Health teacher.
In the ‘60s and ‘70s, kids were told to eat 4 servings daily of fruits and vegetables.