Scientists don’t know the cause of acne. They know the bacteria Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) is partly to blame, but beyond that, they aren’t sure the cause of the skin condition that affects nearly 50 million Americans every year. Experts… [read]
Vegetables are an important part of our diet, but are they really that important?
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The evidence for why we should eat more vegetables keeps on growing. A lower incidence of… [read]
In the United States, there are 6.3 million households with very low food security and over half a million people without shelter.
And yet, one out of every four calories intended for human consumption is never actually eaten. More than… [read]
Grocery shopping has become hazardous to our health. We are told that whatever is sold from a grocery store shelf has been approved as safe, and the health-isle food is healthy. The truth is that there are actually many harmful… [read]
After walking into a coffee shop in Washington D.C. recently, I was quite surprised that they were promoting a new drink for 2017 on the menu called “Cascara”, with a subtitle stating “Warm and nutty caramel tones made from the… [read]
Colorectal cancer rates are more than doubling in a particularly disturbing way. A new study from the American Cancer Society (ACS) analyzing cancer occurrences discovered that diagnoses of colorectal cancer have increased every generation since 1950. Scientists are unsure of… [read]