Cancer Prevention

How to Make a Homemade Mosquito Repellent That Works

The Dirt On DEET: Scientific research has shown that chemical-based bug sprays may cause adverse effects to the human body. When they come in contact with the skin, these chemicals may actually cause blistering, rash, soreness and may irritate the eyes.

6 Steps To Detox The Air In Your Home

It’s no surprise that air pollution can affect your health, but did you know that indoor air is 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air? Have you ever thought about how much time you spend inside?

How Stress Affects Cancer’s Spread

From The Scientist

A mouse study reveals how chronic stress remodels lymphatic vasculature to facilitate the spread of tumor cells.

By  | March 1, 2016

5 Tips To Avoid Cancer From A Doc Who's Devoted His Life To Preventing The Disease

SEPTEMBER 25, 2015

People who have suffered and beaten cancer are willing to do anything they can to prevent the disease from returning. And that's probably a mindset everyone should adopt, whether they've had cancer or not.

The good news: "Almost all the measures you could take to stay cancer-free after treatment hold true for those who have not had cancer," says Dwight McKee, MD, who is board certified in internal medicine, medical oncology, nutrition, and integrative and holistic medicine.

Chemicals of Concern in Feminine Care Products

Detox the Box

Toxic chemicals don’t belong in feminine products. Period.

This list includes chemicals of concern that are discussed in the Chem Fatale report by Women's Voices for the Earth.

Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals Threaten Women’s Health Throughout Life

By Dr. Mercola

Recent research reveals American girls are hitting puberty earlier than ever before. The median age for breast development is now around 9, with rare cases of extreme precocious puberty occurring in girls as young as 4.

Precocious puberty is triggered by premature release of hormones, which results in sexual maturation, sometimes years before the natural norm. Research into the phenomenon reveals that environmental exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals plays a major if not decisive role.