With the proliferation of cell phones, wireless Internet, and personal electronic devices, the ill effects of electromagnetic radiation are a huge concern. As the discussion surrounding the dangers of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) has become heated, neuroscientist Dr. Olle Johansson has stepped forward to present evidence from his own research and the research of his peers into the mental and physical effects of EMFs.
Cal Jam 2014 was one of the biggest chiropractic events of the year, and I was fortunate enough to be a guest speaker on the important topic of natural health. I was joined by fellow speakers Dr. Joseph Mercola, Andrew Wakefield, and Joe Dispenza, just to name a few. Over 2,000 physicians, naturopathic practitioners, and health enthusiasts from all over the world attended the event. I am extremely pleased to announce that I will be speaking at Cal Jam in 2015, an event that is expected to have more audience […]
Smart tablets, phones, and personal computers are all the rage in today’s technology-driven society, and it doesn’t look like the trend will ever cease. These devices have made life easier than ever before by acting as a singular storage unit for contacts, documents, money, and social networks. Despite their convenience, many companies are still loading their products with hazardous chemicals that are contributing to our environmental crisis. A new report is showing that many tablets and phones are using Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and Brominated flame retardants (BFRs) in their manufacture, […]
Every man needs to take an active approach to managing his own health for the better. Good habits, like regular exercise, are vital, and avoiding bad habits (or at least minimizing them) is also imperative. One of the most powerful influences on a man’s health is his diet, and as an extension of that, there are a number of herbs that can help support concerns specific to men, namely vitality, prostate health, and sex drive. Here are seven of those herbs and the positive results they can encourage.
Cases of autism have risen exponentially in recent years, and researchers are scrambling to find better ways of dealing with the disorder. There has been a 30% increase just within the past two years,  suggesting that there are modern risk factors possibly contributing to the developmental disorder. Despite advances in technology and medicine, autism has no cure, partly because there is no known cause.