Environment

"Forest breathing – can improve your health"

Providing healing for mind, body and immune system, plants exude oils that increase are wellness.

"Your donation can help in Haiti"

You and your family can help collect items to help the earthquake victims in Haiti.

"Camp Lejeune sees rise in male and female breast cancer"

From careless dumping of toxic chemicals in Camp LeJeune’s drinking water thousands of Marines other military and civilians were put at risk.

WHO sets melamine limits

Melamine crisis spreads.

"Nanoparticles the next major health hazard"

The potential health threats of Nanoparticles : “When materials are brought down to the nanoscale dimension, their properties for some performance characteristics dramatically change,” said Cagin. ” We have demonstrated that when you go to a particular length scale between 20 and 23 nanometers you actually improve the energy-harvesting capacity by 100 percent. The gold […]

Melamine and cyanuric acid deathly duo for US infants

China said Monday that a total of 294,000 children had fallen ill and six deaths since September 10 may be linked to the consumption of melamine-laced milk. About 861 children remained in hospital and that 154 were “serious” cases as of December 1, 2008. Melamine is a chemical normally used to make plastics had been […]

Nuclear waste piles up at hospitals and research centers

Does this warm your heart and make you feel comfy? In BARNWELL, S.C. for years used radioactive materials from across the country have been trucked into the landfills in this poor rural town for permanent disposal!  Truckloads of low-level nuclear waste like rice-size radioactive seeds for treating cancer and pencil-thin nuclear tubes used in industrial […]

Use olives for beauty leave sharks in the sea

“Dr. Susan Lark, a popular Internet physician, promotes squalane – an ingredient found in shark liver oil – for its ability to help skin “maintain its moisture and elasticity.” But squalane can be obtained from a much more abundant source: olives. Deep-sea sharks are some of the most vulnerable sharks in the world. They typically […]

Pesticides and children's obesity

“Exposure to pesticides in utero can double a child’s chances of becoming obese, a new Spanish study has concluded. The study, published in the journal Acta Paediatrica, measured the level of the internationally banned (yet still freakishly persistent) pesticide hexachlorobenzene in the umbilical cords of over 400 children born on the Spanish island of Menorca. […]

Hospitals going solar

Earthtoys.com reports on the first solar hospital in Colorado. boulder Community Foothills Hospital teamed up with Namaste Solar Electric to incorporate solar into the facility. the hospital was one of the top green hospitals to being with, and now has a 37 kilowatt solar system on a roof awning in addition to a 28 kilowatt […]