Leafy Greens

As a famous being once said, and sang, “It’s not easy being green.” However, here’s a new research report describing specific benefits connected with leafy greens.

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Leafy Greens


Ben Coxworth  –  New Atlas/Rush University

Health & Wellbeing

December 22nd, 2017


A daily salad might be a good idea for people wishing to stave off dementia

According to a new study conducted by Chicago’s Rush University Medical Center, just one serving of leafy green vegetables per day could help preserve memory and thinking skills as we get older.… Keep reading


If you Google “Sustainability,” or even “Net Zero Sustainability,” the majority of the information that surfaces relates to energy – electrical power. Yet the biggest issue we face on the physical side of sustainability is food. And food production consumes the vast majority of our fresh water. Here are excerpts from a small book that provides a perspective and some processes for ensuring that we have an adequate supply of fresh water. The book provides examples of applications at different scales … a small community, an office with 5,000 employees, and a single family home.Keep reading

Organ Healing

Here’s some medical research that smacks a bit like that of doctor McCoy’s Star Trek technology and promises a more healthful and comfortable life for many of us. It’s a non-invasive, quick-acting method for healing organs – such as heart, liver, lungs – that have developed problems.

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Breakthrough Device Heals

Organs With A Single Touch



Ohio State University Medical Center


Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Ohio State’s College of Engineering have developed a new technology, Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), that can generate any cell type of interest for treatment within the patient’s own body.… Keep reading

Nuts !

As “Sustainable Living” necessarily includes all the vitality that comes from good health, here’s an easy-to-implement research finding that may be very helpful to many of you.

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Walnuts may promote health

by changing gut bacteria


July 28, 2017

Science News

Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center


A new study has found that walnuts in the diet

change the makeup of bacteria in the gut,

which suggests a new way walnuts

may contribute to better health.Keep reading

Drinking Pollution

Here’s an eye-opener about how widespread the problem is with regard to simply being able to drink healthy water. Millions only drink from bottled water – some of which is safer than others.  But how about millions who don’t have the money to buy healthy drinking water?

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How Polluted Is Your Drinking Water?

Kate Harloe


July 26, 2017

Winfried Rothermel/ZUMA


More than 4 million Americans live in places where contaminants in drinking water exceed a legal limit—and poor, rural areas are often more affected than wealthy, urban and suburban ones.… Keep reading