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Nutrition science is broken. This new egg study shows why. – Salon

It’s been a tortuous path for the humble egg. For much of our history, it was a staple of the American breakfast — as in, bacon and eggs. Then, starting in the late 1970s and early 1980s, it began to be disparaged as a dangerous source of artery-clogging cholesterol, a probable culprit behind Americans’ exceptionally… Read More »

Spend this much time in nature weekly to boost your health

In 2018, more than 318.2 million people visited U.S. national parks, logging more than 1.4 billion recreation visitor hours.1 Their popularity hints at humans’ inherent desire to spend time in natural spaces, and research backs up the benefits, showing that greater exposure to parks and other “green” spaces is associated with better health and well-being.2… Read More »

Pollen count today: Hot weather spells trouble – could this natural remedy help?

Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen, typically when it comes into contact with a person’s mouth, nose, eyes and throat. It can cause a wide-range of irritable symptoms, such as sneezing or coughing, a runny or blocked nose, and itchy, red or watery eyes. Due to it being season-dependent, people can suffer the… Read More »