Is this the Calm Before the Storm of 2016?

  Twenty sixteen has continued as a pivotal point in human history. Many social commentators have been documenting the exponential rise in awareness and action that has been occurring across our planet, as well as the long-held concerns about the rising issues and risks that we now face as a natural collective called humanity. All of this has been accelerating as we

Stanford Study: Not Getting Enough Sunshine Could be as Bad as Smoking Cigarettes

Recent research from Stanford made it clear that women with breast cancer had low levels of Vitamin D, and now a study has come out to make worshiping the sun an even more appealing daily ritual — no matter your gender. Though dated research has linked sunbathing with an increased risk of skin cancer, a

Think Before You Ink: The Little-Known Risks of Tattoos

In a survey of people with tattoos, more than 10 percent said they developed abnormal reactions as a result, including pain, itching, and infection
For 6 percent, symptoms such as itching, scaly skin, and swelling lasted for longer than four months
Both red and black tattoo pigments have been implicated in potential complications, although all colors are unregulated and may contain cancer-causing compounds that migrate through your body

Science Links Anxiety To High IQ’s & Social Anxiety To Very Rare Psychic Gift

  Although Western medicine has radically transformed our world for the better, and given rise to some of the most remarkable breakthroughs in human history, in some ways it is still scratching at the lower slopes of the bigger picture. Only recently have our health systems begun to embrace the healing power of some ancient Eastern traditions such

Reality Check—Hospital Stay is 10 Times More Likely to Kill You Than a Motor Vehicle Crash

  By Dr. Mercola Hospitals are typically thought of as places where lives are saved, but statistics show they’re actually one of the most dangerous places you could possibly frequent. Each day, more than 40,000 harmful and/or lethal medical errors occur, placing the patient in a worse situation than what they came in with. According

Saved From Life in a Lab, These Bunnies Get to Feel Sun on Their Backs and Grass for the First Time

  When we heard about a group of rabbits that were being sent to slaughter after being used for medical testing by a university here in Spain, we put the wheels in motion to try and save them. With a one-way ticket to the slaughterhouse, and just 48 hours to get them out of there, we

Face Mapping and your Health

Our facial expressions immediately clue us into how we’re feeling. However, facial line mapping has been used for centuries to help us discern where we are holding deeper stress, and how this is likely to impact our internal health. Skin issues and wrinkling in this zone may indicate unexpressed anger that you’re holding onto in