86-Year-Old Activist Teaches Himself To Knit To Make Caps For Premature Babies

By Amanda Froelich This inspiring activist taught himself to knit in four days, and within a few weeks, had created 55 caps to donate to premature babies. They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but 86-year-old Ed Moseley would disagree. In fact, the activist would likely tell you that you’re never too…

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Autumn & Winter Superfoods You’ll Want to Eat Every Day

By Daily Superfood Love I’m always on the hunt for new foods that might not be something you eat every day (or even consider buying). Expanding food knowledge, developing new recipes, and boosting nutritional intake are all great motivations…but they also have to be delicious! Here are some of my newfound favorites you should think…

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Personalized Probiotics – In Five Years, It Will Be Routine Medical Practice

By Karen Foster Intestinal bacteria play a key role in causing and preventing many diseases. Consequently, giving personalised gut health advice will be routine medical practice in five years, predicts the researcher behind the new start-up Map My Gut and big gut data projects British Gut and Kings College London’s TwinsUK Registry. There are over…

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New Evidence Confirms Link Between Autism and Mercury

By Anna Hunt An international team of scientists has published a study that claims that a fundamental relationship exists between mercury and autism. The research results show that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) had significantly higher levels of mercury when compared with healthy control children. A direct correlation was also observed between levels of…

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Cannabis Oil Cured Girl’s Leukemia After HPV Vaccine Broke Down Her Body: Hayley Willar

By Cassius Kamarampi (Era of Wisdom) In 2010, Hayley Willar was one of the first young girls to receive the HPV vaccine Gardasil. She was very physically active, a competitive figure skater for most of her life. Within a couple weeks of receiving Gardasil, she started to feel “not herself,” as described by her mother Dayna….

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Notable Study on Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Children Pulled from Web

By Christina Sarich The results of the first ever study comparing the health of vaccinated children vs. unvaccinated children is out, and they are already causing controversy. For many – hundreds of thousands of families that have already been injured by vaccines – the results won’t be surprising, but to many others, the findings might be…

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Why Whole Foods are Always Better Than Nutritional Supplements

By Ryan Banister Have you taken your multivitamin today? Well, you might want to reconsider that decision. A number of studies have shown that not only is synthetic vitamin supplementation unnecessary but it may also be a potentially harmful habit altogether. Synthetic supplements do not lower rates of cancer, diabetes or cardiovascular disease, and often…

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New Evidence On Why You Should Never Go To Bed Angry

By Andy Coghlan Don’t go to bed angry. Now there’s evidence for this proverb: it’s harder to suppress bad memories if you sleep on them. The discovery could reveal new ways to treat people who suffer from conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder, and reinforces an earlier idea that it is possible to suppress bad memories…

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A Living Wall Covers This Construction Site Instead of Ugly Scaffolding

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Meet the living wall – a new site for sore eyes that is raising questions of both “why?” and “why didn’t we do this sooner?” Lest we think that living walls are only the realized fantasies of eco-fascists or corporate green-washers – let’s take a look at how this works, shall we! Arup architecture…

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