Depression is becoming increasingly common, but often goes away with natural therapies. Although how we feel has a lot to do with psychological issues, it can also be dramatically affected by our biochemistry.
From the worst drought in half a century, to the fight against GMOs, to disgusting revelations about pink slime, this was quite a year in the world of food. Here's a look at some of the biggest stories of 2012.
The time between Thanksgiving and New Year's tends to be one of the most stressful times of the year. Instead of waiting until the first of the year to de-stress, why not use a few quick and easy tools now to stay grounded?
Can chocolate cure the common cough? Will we all soon be eating worms at the dinner table? And has Monsanto finally outdone itself? Here's a look at some interesting stories making the rounds.
President Obama has so far declined to spend his political capital and on more than one occasion has taken Monsanto’s side. He has treated the food movement as a sentiment rather than a power, and who can blame him?
The holidays are a great time to look back on the progress we've made in the last year and prepare for what's ahead. With that in mind, here's a look at ten big environmental victories of 2012.
A simple test that looks at how easy—or difficult—it is for you to sit down on the floor and then get back up may help predict how long you’re going to live.