January and February tend to be the coldest months of the year in North America. So far this year, some states and several provinces in Canada have hit record-breaking cold temperatures. The deep-freeze often pushes people to extremes to find… Read More
We see traces of pesticides in our everyday living environment. They’re in our soil. They’re in our water supply. Now, there is evidence that suggests that these toxic chemicals can be found on our healthy food, too.
In the last… Read More
Fish is steadily gaining popularity as a natural source of Omega 3 fatty acids, a natural supplement that can help prevent cancer and mental disease. However, new research is showing that blindly following this trend may prove detrimental to your… Read More
Without a doubt, far more women approach me with questions about how to improve their health than men do. Whether it’s to look better, feel better, or improve the wellbeing of their family, I’ve watched several of my female patients… Read More
With the warm weather finally upon us, green thumbs nationwide are gratefully donning their gardening gloves to reclaim lawns from a long winter and over-grown weeds. Many are rushing to gardening centers and stocking up on sprays and mixes to… Read More
When the Food Safety Modernization Act was signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2011 it put a lot of people’s minds at ease about food consumption in America. It gave many people the impression there would be fewer… Read More
Most fashion gurus agree that clothing is important to us because it is a vehicle for self-expression; it tells people something about us and what we like. The clothes we wear get people talking, but right now it’s not design… Read More