April 2009


By Shane “The People’s Chemist” Ellison, M.S. Courtesy of www.thepeopleschemist.com There are a lot of things to be grateful for in life. A great career, family, a good friend or two, a nice house, a slick car and vacations are usually at the top. But gleaming far above any one of these is great health. This […]

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Scientists are developing a biological control method for malaria that uses larvae-eating fish to control mosquito populations in rain-fed pools. Tanzania’s Tropical Pesticide Research Institute (TPRI) is collaborating with the US-based Poseidon Science Foundation to investigate the best way to mass-produce and disseminate the fish embryos for eventual use in areas where malaria is endemic. […]

Mobile phones are reaching people across Africa more rapidly than anywhere else in the world. And they can be used to help manage diseases such as HIV/AIDS, provide support during political crises and improve health services. For example, a clinic in Pumwani, Kenya, is using mobile phones to send text messages to patients receiving anti-retroviral […]

Five developing countries have received US$18 million in funding to plan how to implement a proposed scheme to reward countries that protect forests and reduce deforestation. The Democratic Republic of Congo, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Tanzania and Vietnam will share the funds, which will enable them to prepare national action plans to take part in […]

This report, prepared by the World Water Assessment Programme under UNESCO (UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), assesses global freshwater resources including what drives the pressures facing them, how water is used, climate change’s future effects on water supplies and options for improving water management for sustainable development. The authors highlight the increasing demand for […]

Take time each day to ask yourself what type of energy you are in need of. Simple observations throughout the day can direct you to the color energy that you need at the time to bring balance and harmony back to your life. When your skin is pale and you have dark (blue) circles under […]

By Michael Richard Burke, M.A Louis Pasteur was the Mick Jaeger of nineteenth century science. And, rightly so. But, rock star that he was, he made the words “bacteria” and “bacterial” synonymous with disease. This misconception is still with us today. The truth is that some bacteria can actually help you alleviate esophagus related problems, […]

Chakra balancing is achievable with thought and intention. Our main chakra centers resonate to a vibrational frequency that is mirrored in the form of colors, sound, and thoughts. When you wish to connect to and balance your energy, think about what it is that you want to accomplish and where the imbalance may be located. […]

Our Chakras are our access points to our body’s Luminous Energy Field (LEF) or aura. This is the electromagnetic energy that all matter (especially organic matter) emits. It can be seen with the naked eye with practice and will look similar to the heat rising from a hot asphalt road in the summer. Heat is […]

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