The 23,000 genes that comprise the human genome pale in comparison with the 3.3 million genes in the microbes that live in our guts.
Think the air inside your home is better than the air outside your home? Think again. You are probably breathing in everything from dust mites and pollen to potentially harmful gasses and chemicals. Learn how to remove unhealthful particulates.
Journey to 100 was a world-exclusive conference that explores ideas for a new and sustainable approach to lifelong health.
Jennifer Piette, Founder of Out of the Box Collective, SoCal’s iconic and award-winning farm-to-table home delivery service, looks back at the long strange trip it’s been –– building connections within communities via local food –– and launches a call to action to keep the food movement alive.
Whether you’ve heard of the chemical glyphosate or not, you’ve almost definitely heard of the brand name it’s most commonly associated with: Monsanto. These toxic herbicides are causing many kinds of environmental and health issues.
A Welch woman fights back after a furtive weed control program to make roadsides tidy for tourists destroyed her nature preserve and possibly her health — glyphosate from Monsanto’s Roundup polluted local waterways.
Earth Day was created as a way to call attention to the importance of protecting our planet. Here are eight things you can do to help!
Unlike other states where marijuana is legalized, California has no laws against pesticide use for its marijuana. And pesticides that would only be minorly dangerous to eat can be terribly dangerous to smoke.
Behemoth seed company Monsanto denies its pending merger with Bayer has anything to do with a GMO marijuana monopoly. But rumored research labs in Uruguay and convenient patent connections suggests something evil is afoot.
In 2014, Kim and Theo Hanson received news that Kim had developed breast cancer; they learned the hard way that what we eat matters.
A petroleum-based additive used in antifreeze, paint, and theatrical fog is also found in thousands of food products including cake mixes, flavored coffees, and ice cream. Learn why avoiding foods and cosmetics with propylene glycol might be a good idea.