Morris Chestnut Gives New Perspective To Doctors On TV

Veteran handsome actor, Morris Chestnut has always been known to cause a little butterflies in women, but now with his new role, he’s trying to…

Former NY Knick Anthony Mason Dies

The New York Knicks just released a statement that their former power forward, Anthony Mason, who was a defensive force for several NBA teams in the 1990s,…

Cooking for Different Shapes and Sizes

We all come in different shapes and sizes. Feeding your family is hard enough, but appealing to what you think your different-shaped kids need can be an overwhelming task.

Los Perros Son Grandes Rastreadores, Pero Las Vacas Pueden Detectar Olores a 6 Millas de Distancia

Por la Dra. Becker

Hay unos 20,000 genes responsables del sentido del olfato en los mamíferos. De éstos, sólo la mitad funcionan y el número va descendiendo dependiendo de la especie.

Cada especie tiene

Global Health Problems Reflect Our Disconnection from the Earth

By Dr. Mercola

“Fire is what set us apart. But that fire is on the verge of burning us.”

Living in the modern world is making us sick. That’s the conclusion drawn by Dr.

Dogs May Be Great Sniffers, But This Mammal Can Detect Scents 6 Miles Away

By Dr. Becker

There are about 20,000 genes in mammals responsible for sense of smell. Of these, only about half are functional and the number falls even lower depending on the species.

Each species

Enjuagarse la Boca con Aceite: ¿Sera un Remedio para Todas la Causas?

Por el Dr. Mercola

Enjuagarse la boca con aceite o el oil pulling está llegando a los titulares, ya que parece ser muy popular, pero la realidad es que una tradición india

What Pheromones Reveal About Your Love Life

By Dr. Mercola

Insects, fish, and non-human mammals all have pheromones, which are chemical signals that influence the behavior or physiology of other members of the same species. Pheromones may, for instance, divulge an

El Baile del Gatito

Copper el gatito presume sus pasos de baile frente a la cámara.

Lo Qué Revelan las Feromonas Sobre Su Vida Amorosa

Por el Dr. Mercola

Los insectos, peces y mamíferos no humanos tienen feromonas, la cuales son señales químicas que influyen en el comportamiento o fisiología de otros miembros de la misma especie.