HHS Has Only Two Pages of Scientific Evidence for ‘Gender-Affirming Care’

Dr. Rachel Levine, assistant secretary for health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), tweeted in 2023, “Accredited medical professional groups agree that gender-affirming care is medically necessary, safe, and effective for trans and non-binary youth. It is important that we lead with science, data, and compassion.”1 That science, however, is all… Read More »

Modern Agriculture Drives Hunger, Obesity and Disease While Simultaneously Threatening Food Chain

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published April 25, 2017. “Regenerative food, farming and land use can provide a solution to the health crisis, the water crisis, environmental degradation, climate change, rural poverty, hunger and war.” ~ Ronnie Cummins, Founding Meeting of Regeneration International, June 9, 2015, Finca Luna Nueva, Costa… Read More »

Vitamin E Helps Decrease Your Cancer Risk

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with potent antioxidant activity that helps combat damaging free radicals. It also plays a role in the making of red blood cells, helps your body use vitamin K (which is important for heart health1) and is involved in your immune function and cell signaling. As with many other nutrients,… Read More »

Natural Remedies for the Prevention of Dry Eyes

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published August 16, 2017. Although many accept declining eyesight as a part of natural aging, it is really more of a side effect of our modern lifestyle. Aging does not automatically equate to failing vision, cataracts or dry eyes, provided you’ve properly nourished your eyes… Read More »

Why Is Scabies Making a Recent Comeback?

Scabies, caused by the human itch mite (Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis), leads to intense itching and a skin rash. The highly contagious parasitic infestation is the result of the tiny mites burrowing into the skin and laying eggs.1 Long assumed to be a disease affecting those living in squalor, scabies is on the rise worldwide,… Read More »