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Health and Fitness

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Homeopathic Cancer Treatments

Published on October 14th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

Homeopathics are divided on the subject of cancer treatment—some feel that cancer treatment is beyond the scope of homeopathic medicine while others claim statistics that would make any oncologist envious. Most homeopathic cancer treatments are offered [&hellip... Read More


Health and Fitness

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Herbal Acne Remedies

Published on October 14th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

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The teenage years are tough times, especially for teens with acne.  Traditional acne treatment methods include taking Tetracycline, which can be very harsh on the stomach. Teens who are committed to green living, or have parents [&hellip... Read More


Alternative Fuel and Transportation

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Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

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The concept behind fuel cells has been around since 1839, but the first working fuel cell wasn’t built until 1843 when Sir William Robert Grove undertook the project.  Fuel cells work much like a battery, in that [&hellip... Read More


Raw Foods

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Health Boosts from Organic, Raw Food Cuisine

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

Preparing organic, raw food cuisine is quick, simple, and easy on the planet—and your body!  Eating raw doesn’t mean that you’ll sacrifice flavor or any of your favorite dishes and edible delights—you’ll retain everything from gourmet [&hellip... Read More


Garden and Yard Care

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Enviroscaping for Green Landscapes

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

Any sustainable home should include enviroscaping as a way not only to beautify the home’s surroundings, but also as an eco friendly way to save energy and enhance the surrounding ecosystems.  The practice of enviroscaping is quite [&hellip... Read More


Alternative Energy

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How Much Do Solar Power Systems Cost?

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

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Solar power has been around for decades now, but relatively few people have been able to devote the money and/or time to making it work for them.  Today, a new generation of "plug-and-play" solar products allows [&hellip... Read More


Food and Cuisine

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What is Organic Produce?

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

The Organic Foods Production Act of 1990 was finally finished in October 2002.  The act set a national standard for all organic food including organic meat and organic produce.  Let’s take a look at how the [&hellip... Read More


Food and Cuisine

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What is Sustainable Agriculture?

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

Sustainable produce is a relatively new idea.  It gives shoppers interested in purchasing organic produce an alternative option at a lower cost, and sometimes a higher rate of availability.  According to the Food Alliance, sustainable produce [&hellip... Read More


Food and Cuisine

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The Benefits of Eating Organic Whole Foods

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

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Organic whole foods are foods that are unrefined/unprocessed completely or processed and refined as little as possible.  Examples of organic whole foods are unpolished organic grains, organically grown produce, and non-homogenized milk.  Most often you can [&hellip... Read More


Fair Trade

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The Positive Benefits of Fair Trade

Published on October 12th, 2007 | by Stephanie Evans

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Fair trade practices are designed not just to promote profit, but also to encourage better standards for an improved quality of life, specifically in developing countries.  Fair trade practices address issues of wages, the environment, respect for [&hellip... Read More


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