...If not, encase them in dust proof coverings such as plastic. Mattress pads are discouraged unless they are encased. Sheets and blankets should be laundered weekly. Eliminate [...]
...of neuroplasticity at work. And if we keep exercising the brain it remains plastic and able to change throughout our lives – right until the end. To study [...]
...A (BPA), phthalates, and perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) are used to make plastics, Styrofoam, and epoxy linings inside food and beverage containers. They leach into the foods [...]
...can infect the body (tinea corporis) and scalp (tinea capitis). Common sources of infection include pets, soil, plastic furniture, gym mats, brushes, combs, hats, clothes, [...]
...Many of these toxic products are petroleum based and made of water pollutants, so it is best to avoid these products altogether. 4. | Ditch the Plastics [...]
...tremendous power to influence aspects of human physiology.” While there is still some ability for the microbes to change during adulthood, they are especially [...]
...men, those ancestors, who came before us, but they were there. No soil simply manifested. It was the wearing away of something previous. I’m reminded here of plastic [...]
...with plastic wrap and use a scarf to tie it comfortably in place. Hot or cold applications of a carrot poultice can be used and are determined by the preference...
...Wash bedding once a week and consider putting plastic pillow covers under pillow cases. Final note: Eczema should only be diagnosed by a doctor as it has similar symptoms to...
...babies’ bodies contain mercury, multiple pesticides, more than a dozen different flame retardants, and air pollutants from fossil fuels, plastic production, and [...]