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Smarter Toilets, Improving Hygiene and Sanitation Worldwide

13 Feb 2016 | 25,962 Views

The lack of clean water and sanitation is one of the world's most critical problems. New models can provide clean drinking water, cut energy costs, create fertilizer, and improve sanitation at home and in developing countries. Now, how can we get it done?

Pregnant? For Your Baby's Health, Eat Fish, But Make Sure It's High in Omega-3 and Low in Mercury

04 Feb 2016 | 180,428 Views

Two studies show its benefits outweighed many of the hazards linked to this food choice. It was associated with higher IQ scores and lower autism risk. But there seems to be an upper limit of benefit and a limit to the number of safest varieties.

Frontline Program on Concerns for Consumers Taking Vitamins and Supplements

01 Feb 2016 | 326,378 Views

I didn't think they could stoop this low, and I'm sad to see it happen. With an expressed mission to educate, they've now proved they could care less about your health - and would rather push something harmful. You may also be stunned when you see the harm they've done.

The Amazing Benefits of Breastfeeding

02 Jan 2016 | 267,280 Views

Engineered to be low in fat but high in carbohydrates and protein, it's critical to brain and nervous system development. Also helps prevent breathing disorders such as snoring and sleep apnea - yet millions subject their children to this nasty substance instead...

Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals Threaten Women’s Health Throughout Life

30 Dec 2015 | 309,201 Views

Recent research reveals American girls are hitting puberty as young as four to nine - and according to this professor, the age of first menstruation occurred earlier among girls with the highest consumption of this drink...

How to Address the Crisis of Childhood Obesity

26 Dec 2015 | 184,061 Views

Watch out for this debunked myth that millions still believe. Making this mistake could shave years off your lifespan, just as it's doing for kids who are now suffering from heart disease as young as 8 years old. Avoid tragedy and grief... take this critical life-saving step today.

High School Students Boycott Junk Food School Lunches

23 Dec 2015 | 142,106 Views

Take a lesson from these teens, who rejected the awful "choice" thrust on them, hoping to catalyze permanent change. They'll change their own future... If you value your health, you'll want to avoid this mistake too.

Teens Spend a "Mind-Boggling" 9 Hours a Day Using Media, Report Says

16 Dec 2015 | 24,030 Views

Teenagers are spending so much time using social media and watching movies that it's "reshaping childhood and adolescence." Are there risks to spending this much time in a digital world?

Why Are You Nearsighted? Here's an Explanation You May Not Have Heard

07 Nov 2015 | 82,293 Views

Getting used to this simple habit might protect children's eyes and prevent the development of nearsightedness.

Parents Deserve to Know More Than School Vaccination Rates

13 Oct 2015 | 40,733 Views

The US government is urging schools to publish vaccination and vaccine-exemption rates, but they are overlooking other necessary factors to gauge the health of a student body - like rates of chronic illness, transmittable and infectious diseases, and severe allergies.


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