Category: Whole Food Diets

Stem Cells and Health Advances: Where Are We Now?
view post Stem Cells and Health Advances: Where Are We Now?

Treatments for eye diseases are considered among the most promising for stem cells, which have been under study for more

Dole Baby Spinach Recalled
view post Dole Baby Spinach Recalled

Some Dole baby spinach products have been recalled due to possible salmonella contamination.

What TV Binge-Watching Does to Your Brain
view post What TV Binge-Watching Does to Your Brain

If you indulge often, this cycle and the side effects of binge-watching can lead to harmful brain and body changes.

Too Much Napping May Signal Alzheimer's
view post Too Much Napping May Signal Alzheimer’s

Areas of the brain that keep you awake during the day are damaged in the early stages of the memory-robbing

Depression, Alzheimer's Share Home in Aging Brains
view post Depression, Alzheimer’s Share Home in Aging Brains

The analysis revealed a significant link between worsening depression symptoms and mental decline over two to seven years, and both

Baby Trackers: Peace of Mind or Added Anxiety?
view post Baby Trackers: Peace of Mind or Added Anxiety?

, some experts caution that the monitors and trackers can lead to a false sense of security, add to parental

PFAS Chemicals in Food: Expert QA
view post PFAS Chemicals in Food: Expert QA

What are PFAS chemicals –recently found in molded fiber bowls used for food — and should we be worried about

Raising Legal Smoking Age to 21 Works
view post Raising Legal Smoking Age to 21 Works

Compared to other regions, those with tobacco-21 laws had a 39% decline in regular smoking among 18- to 20-year-olds who

FDA Reports More Seizures Among Vapers
view post FDA Reports More Seizures Among Vapers

There have been 118 more reports of e-cigarette users suffering seizures since the FDA first warned the public about the

Pure CBD Won't Make You Fail a Drug Test, But…
view post Pure CBD Won’t Make You Fail a Drug Test, But…

Researchers found that CBD, or cannabidiol, did not react with either of two commercially available tests used to screen for

Don’t let eczema spoil summer fun
view post Don’t let eczema spoil summer fun

Summer means fun in the sun. But for many, it also means managing exposed skin affected by eczema, an itchy,

view post We Tested 4 Famous Brownie Recipes and Found a Clear Winner

My search for the perfect brownie is finally over. READ MORE…

view post Curry Rice Casserole

This hearty and flavorful casserole makes a great main dish when you want something a little special. This recipe requires

view post A “Clean” Meatloaf Recipe (+ using real food as medicine)

Learn how guest blogger Ivy Larson used real food as medicine to manage her MS symptoms. She also shares a

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The Best Thing for Your Cleaning Routine Is a $3 Diaper — Here’s Why

Even if you don’t have a single baby in the house! READ MORE…

view post This Freezer-to-Oven Fruit Crumble Is the Easiest Summer Dessert

You can use any fruit in your freezer. READ MORE…

FDA: Pricey Drug Approved on Manipulated Data
view post FDA: Pricey Drug Approved on Manipulated Data

The FDA approved the gene therapy Zolgensma to treat children with a severe form of spinal muscular atrophy. The drug

view post This Rotisserie Chicken Panzanella Salad Takes 15 Minutes to Make

It’s the perfect excuse to eat toasty, buttery bread for dinner. READ MORE…