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How Seafood Can Impact Brain Development

Michael Greger MD | November 4, 2014 | Health

Read More: adolescence, algae, attention deficit, birth defects, brain health, children, cognition, DHA, EPA, epilepsy, FDA, fish, heavy metals, infants, mackerel, mental health, mercury, omega-3 fatty acids, persistent organic pollutants, pregnancy, salmon, seafood, supplements, sustainability, swordfish, tuna, vision, women's health

In my video Fish Intake Associated With Brain Shrinkage, I discussed evidence suggesting that mercury exposure through fish intake during pregnancy may decrease the size of the newborn's brain. However, just because fish-eating mothers may give birth to children......

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Survival of the Fittest

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | April 13, 2014 | Lifestyle

Read More: acceptance, compassion, forgiveness, generosity, service to others, solutions, spirituality, success, survival of the fittest, sustainability

I just nominated myself to be a speaker at the next TED Conference. The Theme is "Truth and Dare." The application asked me to explain how my "Forgive To Win!" talk would fit into that theme. This is what I......

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NOTHING is more important than SUSTAINABILITY!

J Morris Hicks | February 6, 2014 | Green

Read More: climate change, global warming, sustainability

Things that we value most like family, health, freedom, wealth and happiness---do not exist without sustainability. In other words, if we don't learn how to live sustainably, life will be nothing more than a hell on Earth for those......

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Cheap burgers, suburban sprawl and the end of an era

J Morris Hicks | May 20, 2011 | Green

Read More: cheap oil, peak oil, sustainability

The way we eat and the way we live have a great deal in common -- they're both harmful, inefficient and unsustainable.  The American dream of a big private yard, a two-car garage, heated pool and cheap burgers is......

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Organic Fruits and Veggies Take Over the World

Janice Stanger, PhD | September 11, 2010 | Food

Read More: farmers, organic food, sustainability, whole foods

Where Does All That Great Organic Food Come From? Natural food stores, co-ops, and even supermarkets and many restaurants overflow with organic produce. These extraordinary whole foods, including fruits, vegetables, potatoes, beans, whole grains, herbs, spices, nuts, and seeds, make......