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Practical advice on how to keep yourself healthy…

Report: Most Americans still live in unclean air

LOS ANGELES -- A new report says more than half of Americans still live in areas with unhealthy air, despite progress in reducing smog. The...

Water-Only Hair Washing

How to Wash Hair Without Shampoo or Conditioner

The Effect of Sexual Deprivation on Women

By Henry Makow Ph.D. We live in a culture that doesn't admit that women need sex every bit as much as men, if not more. Conservatives...

HOMEGROWN REVOLUTION – Radical Change Taking Root

In the mid-1980s, Dervaes family set out to do the seemingly impossible: To create what they dubbed an urban homestead and live a self-sufficient,...

The basis of the US economy

By Bruce Levine. Today an estimated 20 to 25 percent of Americans use psychiatric drugs; 10 to 15 percent are abusing alcohol and illegal psychotropic...

Recalibrate your Senses

By Douglas Lisle, Ph.D. and Alan Goldhamer, D.C. When you climb into a hot tub, it pays to edge in slowly. The water can be...

Leadership to Inspire

In this in-depth talk, ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek reveals the hidden dynamics that inspire leadership and trust. In biological terms, leaders get...

Is Your Best Friend an Online Profile?

By Steve Pavlina Online social networking has forever changed the ways we connect with each other. Which of these changes are helping you create a...

Importance of Chewing Food

Healthy digestion and nutrient absorption is only possible from the simple act of chewing your food. If you’re one of the many people who chows down in a hurry, or you chew each bite a few times before washing down with your favorite beverage, you could be setting yourself up for indigestion, constipation and other digestive problems.

Facts About Humans

This is a repository of facts about humans. Please come back to this page from time to time to see most recent facts.   Our brains...