On May 1, 2014, the Hawaiʻi State Legislature passed a bill that authorized the State to invest $40 million to support the perpetual conservation of 665 acres of coastal lands on the North Shore of Oʻahu from Kawela Bay to Kahuku Point.
A new study has found naps increase the risk of early death. Why? Here is the real reason daytime napping increases the risk of dying.
Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS) fatalities are higher and researchers are scrambling for antiviral treatments. Meanwhile, research proves licorice is an effective antiviral against SARS, a similar coronavirus.
Today many health professionals are utilizing IgG testing in order to diagnose food intolerances and sensitivities. But does IgG testing work? A large study proves otherwise.
Bananas now face world-wide devastation from the TR4 fungus Fusarium oxysporum. Can organic cultivation practices provide the solution before its too late?
While sperm counts appear to be dropping, there are several natural strategies that science has shown may significantly increase fertility in men. Here is the latest accumulation of research on nature’s ability to boost fertility.
Research finds algal DHA supplementation during pregnancy significantly reduces the child’s risk of respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies and COPD.
Biochemical confirmation for Qi deficiency – and proof of the existence of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s Qi – has been uncovered in a study of heart disease patients.
Medicinal mushrooms Reishi and Cordyceps have been found to heighten athletic performance and decrease recovery times among competitive cyclists because they boost testosterone. Who needs doping?
Research confirms that aged garlic reduces blood pressure. We can now add garlic to a list of several other natural strategies proven to reduce hypertension.
Research finds that cognitive behavioral therapy beats conventional drug treatment for autism in children, including anti-anxiety and anti-depression drugs.
A large U.S. study finds that married people have less cardiovascular disease than do single people, including widowed and divorced people.
Several large studies over the past year have indicated that hay fever increases the risk of certain cancers and reduces the risk of other cancers.
A plethora of research links fat-soluble toxic chemicals to neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and other forms of neuropathy.