Working hard for the money can take a toll on your body, from repetitive stress injuries to eye strain and diets full of sugary, greasy foods. Experts outline 6 common perils of white collar work, and what can be done for the sake of your health.
Derived from a plant of the same name, stevia is as much as 150 times sweeter than table sugar but without delivering the spike in blood glucose. It contains active compounds (known as steviol glycosides) called stevioside and rebaudioside, which are resp
The EPA's report, released on December 31, updates the June 2011 preliminary human health risk assessment based on new information. The report acknowledges that chlorpyrifos poses a notable threat particularly "to workers who mix, load and apply chlorpyri
Another youngster has been reported dead after getting a flu shot, the latest victim of an ongoing genocide campaign masquerading as medicine. Five-year-old Kiera Driscoll allegedly developed a cough and fever not long after getting jabbed, claim reports,
When pursuing a health goal, maybe there's a better way. Instead of focusing strictly on a scale or a measurement, why not enjoy your small personal victories along the way instead. Success can be measured in many ways, after all.
With so much debate around the seeming return of Measles - in part spurred by those who were not vaccinated, and putting more at risk, many friends have reminded me of this statement about the impact of Measles on childrens literature author Roald Dahl,