Needle into Spring: Acupuncture for a Green Start

As spring springs you may be feeling a little sluggish from your hibernating winter ways. Whether you live in a snow ravaged climate or even a tepid part of the country your body still knows and acts according to the four seasons. It is often the change of light that clues the circadian rhythm (your … Continue reading

Secrets of Green Cultures Part V: Ancient Healing

To understand ancient healing and its green applications, one must think outside the box. These remedies often work through a human-nature or human-energy connection with the capability to heal the root cause as opposed to band-aiding symptoms. In many cases there are minimal to no side-effects as the body embraces the healing rather than be … Continue reading

Bedroom Green: 6 Eco-Sexy Tips

Sex is everywhere you look. Computer, television, film, theatre, magazines, you name it. So much so that it has almost de-sensitized the importance of its benefits, intimacy and overall specialness. For instance, sex can lower stress levels, improve your memory, increase your sense of smell and strengthen your immune system. Therefore, why not have more … Continue reading

10 Tips on Going Green as an Artistic Painter

Many painters have rarely taken the effect of paint on their health as well as their surroundings seriously. High toxicity of airborne as well as trans-dermal lead and other heavy metal poisoning is one of the most prominent dangers when using various paints. These metals (normally used in paint production) are invariably washed into our … Continue reading

Now Showing: the Norovirus!

Broadcast news media in the United States are beginning to warn about the new strain of norovirus sweeping the nation. It’s bad, they say, and likely to get worse as it peaks in mid-February. Called “Gll.4 Sydney” for its origins in Australia in March of 2012, the virus has infected more than a million in … Continue reading

Natural Healing for Cancer, Diabetes and Other Diseases

Oncologists or cancer doctors have a huge array of drugs that they can use to defeat cancer. For example, Alimta or Pemetrexed Disodium is used to treat malignant pleural mesothelioma, or MPM, and Tamoxifen Citrate to treat breast cancer in both sexes. In all, there are more than 300 formulations which are used to put … Continue reading

The Other Pollution

Amidst your day you will come across a variety of unfortunate pollution at any given time. It seems to be everywhere although it is good to know that more and more people are recognizing and attempting to reverse it. There is, however, the other pollution that many people may be unaware of. It is noise … Continue reading

Should We Be Locking Up Lead?

Should We Be Locking Up Lead? Most people are aware that the heavy metal lead can build up in the human body and cause serious health problems. These cumulative exposures are most debilitating among infants and children under the age of six who – by virtue of their smaller size and rate of growth – … Continue reading

Hurricane Sandy: Our Brush with the ‘New Normal’

Hurricane Sandy: Our Brush with the ‘New Normal’ On October 29th, 2012 my wife, two children and I sat in the wake of a week’s worth of what I thought was media sensationalism, until we woke the next morning. We live about thirty minutes north of Manhattan and were lucky to live in a building … Continue reading

Are you Health Sensitive?

Are you Health Sensitive? Many causes of various health sensitivities can often be related to such things as cleaning and beauty products, compromised air and water quality, volatile organic compounds found in many home paints and carpets as well as a barrage of fragrances found in perfumes, candles and more. You may be health sensitive … Continue reading