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Cancer: Could New T-Cell Research Develop A Cure?

By NIAID/NIH  By Jonathan Parker A cure for cancer. Words that, for many people, hover in the grey area between fantasy and ambitious dreams. Billions of dollars are spent each year on theories, new treatments and new disappointments. The painful road to recovery has many affected individuals seeking natural remedies and treatments, if only to avoid…

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Loosen Up! How Daily Stretching Can Improve Your Health.

By Robert Bejil  By Jonathan Parker Flexibility, the proclaimed “Third Pillar” of fitness. We all try to do a quick calf stretch or two after a workout. But aside from yoga and pilates aficionados, most of us don’t get nearly enough of this excellent exercise. It might not be the most exciting part of working out,…

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Natural Methods For Dealing With Moles

By Jonathan Parker A common enemy of gardeners and lawn aficionados is this little critter to your left. Moles are amazing little creatures that are well suited to their subterranean lifestyle. They eat all manner of insects and earthworms. Their wide paws and sharp claws make them proficient diggers that can tunnel 15 feet or more…

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United States Biodiversity Continues To Shrink

By Jonathan Parker It’s no secret to most people that our environment pays a price for human expansion and ingenuity. To the credit of most, we take our concern to the next level. Many people, even in small ways, take steps to be conscientious about their interaction with natural habitats. Unfortunately, we are still seeing damage, and…

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3 Important Reasons To Have A ‘Bug-Out-Bag’, Even If You Aren’t A Prepper

By Jonathan Parker So, skipping over the blight that is FEMA’s disaster response history, and using the logic of a broken clock being right twice a day, there is some useful information to be had from them. While it’s good to gather knowledge from a variety of sources, any emergency preparation you do needs to be…

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‘Young Scientists’ Research Results Attract International Attention

By Jonathan Parker Five Danish High School girls found themselves in the news after winning a regional science competition. The students’ goal was to devise a project that measured the affect of cell phone radiation on plants. And their results were really quite astounding. There have been many tests of cell phone radiation, many of which…

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