Spring Cleaning: All-Natural Tips and Tricks to Make Your Home a Happy and Healthy Place

A clean home is a happy home. It’s not just an old wives’ tale your grandmother taught you; this is an idea proven by science! Various studies show that people who live in a clean home are more likely to be happy, productive, calm, in good shape, and well-rested. Keep in mind, however, that the […]

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Night Vision Deteriorating? This May Be the Reason Why

How’s your night vision these days? Seeing in the dark will be one of the first things to go. Next you may notice a painful sensitivity to bright lights and an unusual fatigue after looking at a computer screen for several hours. All of these symptoms are markers of one simple deficiency.

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7 Delish Herbal Teas That Can Boost Your Health

A steaming cup of tea is an image that evokes feelings of comfort and well-being in almost any culture. Europe favors traditional black teas, India has chai, and in South America, they love yerba mate. Besides its aromatic and comforting qualities, however, what can herbal teas do for your health?

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Are some Genetic Disorders Disguised Nutritional Deficiencies?

Genetic disorder or malfunction has become the “go to” explanation for the rise of disease. It is all too common in these days of rising heart, cardiovascular, and diabetic conditions, to blame it all on genes. And while this may be a factor in some cases, it is likely not the root cause. Genetics are […]

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Spring Is Creeping Up; Is Your Garden Ready?

Growing season is almost upon us and for some, it is not as long as we’d like it to be. Get a head start by preparing your garden and seedlings now. Find some ideas for the most common types of gardens.

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Ten Natural Ways to Soothe Dry Winter Skin

Skin problems abound during winter. Dry, cold air, blistering winds, and a constant barrage of indoor heaters are bound to dry out the skin and intensify conditions like eczema and psoriasis. Don’t despair just yet, however. There are some simple ways to protect the skin from winter ravages and rejuvenate it in time for spring.

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Chilly Out? Crucial Tips for Keeping Your Family Safe in Frigid Temperatures

2018 kicked off its first month with some of the coldest temperatures on record for many US cities. The cold’s not over yet, so here are some crucial safety tips for your family during frigid temperatures.

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New Year, New Home, New You! 5 Houseplants That Can Improve Your Health

New Year’s resolutions may make us feel motivated for the days ahead, but many are discarded by the time February makes its entrance. Perhaps more effective and lasting are small changes in our habits and environment to improve our health and well-being for the long months ahead. One simple way to do this is to […]

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