Posts Tagged 'health':
by Jill Richardson | PRWatch | September 17, 2013 My friend Jim, a farmer, jokes about bringing a bowl of manure and a spoon to the farmers' markets where he sells his beef. "My beef has no manure in it, but you can add some," he'd like to tell his customers.
By Monica Eng | 3:02 p.m. CDT, June 11, 2013 Pigs fed a combination of genetically modified soy and corn suffer more frequent severe stomach inflammation and enlargement of the uterus than those who eat a non-GM diet, according to a new peer-reviewed long-term feeding study published Tuesday in the Organic Systems Journal. The five-month study combined “real on-farm conditions” with “strict scientific controls,” according to lead researcher Judy Carman of Flinders University in Australia.
by Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist on May 17, 2013 You’ve seen the commercials. All American Dad, pump sprayer in hand, attacking those pesky weeds growing in the cracks of his family’s driveway with a vengeance. He chooses Roundup, of course. Why? Because Roundup kills weeds to the root so they won’t come back making you the laughingstock of your suburban neighborhood.
Posted on April 9, 2013 by TheAdvocate
Incredible movie. I recommend you see it all the way through, even if you are tempted to stop viewing as some points. The totality of the presentation is what is so valuable. Peace Film Synopsis: THRIVE is an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what's REALLY going on in our world by following the money upstream -- uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives. Weaving together breakthroughs in science, consciousness and activism, THRIVE offers real solutions, empowering us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future. http://www.thrivemovement.com/the_movie
Mike Barrett | Activist Post | Tuesday, January 3, 2012 With rates of obesity, diabetes, and nearly every other major health problem rising each year, why has the United States decided to heavily subsidize junk food? Farmers around the country choosing to grow healthy crops like chard, broccoli, and spinach simply do not have the government funding that those growing massive amounts of corn and soy beans (of which above 90% of each are genetically modified) do. Does the U.S. government really think that fruits and vegetables are not as important as grains which are used mostly for processing harmful food items? It may be time for a policy change. VIDEO: Should the government subsidize junk food? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXH331pz6OM
Where There is No Dentist (Page)
(September 2011 Edition, PDF format) This basic dental manual uses straightforward language and step-by-step instructions to discuss preventive care of teeth and gums, diagnosing and treating common dental problems, and includes a special chapter on oral health and HIV.
(October 2011 Edition, PDF format) This manual provides practical, easily understood information on how to diagnose, treat, and prevent common injuries and illnesses. Special attention is focused on nutrition, infection and disease prevention, and diagnostic techniques as primary ways to prevent and treat health problems. where_there_is_no_doctor_2011.pdf
Mike Barrett | ActivistPost.com | Friday, December 16, 2011 Awareness will simply not stop growing concerning genetically modified foods. Individuals and even whole countries around the world are speaking out against genetically modified foods for good reason. The United States Congress is also starting to get in on the action, with the introduction of two new bills revolving around the labeling and safety of GMOs.