Where did the Moon come from?

By J. Richard Gott The standard theory for the origin of the Moon is that a Mars-sized planet (named Theia) collided with the Earth about 4.5 billion years ago, and that the splash debris formed the Moon. This theory can explain why the Earth and Moon have identical oxygen isotope abundances (as discovered by the

UFOs: Believe or Not?

Global warming. Species extinction. The end of fossil fuels. Without doubt, there are plenty of problems to cause you to sweat and fret if you’re concerned about our planet’s near-future. But how about adding this to your plate: alien invasion. Sure, it happens regularly in the movies, but what if it’s for real. One-third of

The Care and Banishment of Yellow Toenails

Go ahead, take a look. No one’s watching. You can take a peek. You won’t like it, understand, but sooner or later you have to. See, I told you that you wouldn’t like it. Denial is not yet perfect as a yellow toenail treatment. Those toenails are still, well, yellow, aren’t they? They’re just not

Managing Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes usually presents itself during early childhood or adolescence, earning it the moniker of juvenile diabetes. What makes it different than type 2 diabetes is that with type 1, the pancreas stops producing insulin altogether. There is no cure for this disease, but you can manage type 1 diabetes through a regimen of

Debunking the 4 Most Popular Myths about Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is now gaining much popularity and recognition as more and more individuals are beginning to appreciate its natural and drug-free approach to health care. But despite the fact that chiropractic medicine has been around for ages, many still see it with skepticism. This is largely due to the fact that there are still

3 Lifestyle Tips to Feel and Look Younger

There are more ways to stay looking younger then forking out a couple of hundred bucks for the best wrinkle cream. Lifestyle changes in diet, exercise and other choices offer the benefit of maintaining a healthier and younger looking you on the outside and the inside. The key is knowing what changes you can make

Stamina Electronic Stepper

If you’re looking for a first rate cardio workout machine that takes up almost no room at all, this great little electronic stepper is just the thing. Are you limited in space but still want a great cardiovascular workout? Look no further than the Stamina InStride electronic stepper. This machine offers a footprint of only

Weight Loss Steps

When you’re committed to losing weight and are ready to get started, its worth knowing that there are really only 4 basic weight loss steps that you need to know that are crucial to your success. They are: Belive you can lose weight Define the amount of weight to lose and timeframe to lose it

Drinking Green Tea to Lose Weight

There are many extras you can include in any healthy, well balanced diet that, when combined with a regular exercise plan can really boost your personal weight loss expectations. One of these, which has only relatively recently exploded onto the scene, is drinking tea to lose weight. What is so special about it? Let’s take a

Cholesterol Causes and Treatment

Hypercholesterolaemia (cholesterol excess) A yellow/white fatty substance called cholesterol is responsible for a large proportion of the heart attacks, strokes circulatory problems and kidney disease in the Western world. Yet cholesterol is essential for the normal functioning of the human body. It is responsible for cementing cells together, is a major constituent of bile and

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I have the highest regard for The Institute for Integrative Nutrition where I honed my craft and gained highly expert knowledge and experience in health and nutrition counseling.  The driving philosophy of IIN is to create a change in the world for the better.  Guiding people to be their best in health and life.  This

Could Daytime Sleepiness Be A Warning Sign For CVD?

A French study, published in the journal Stroke, has reported that sleepiness during waking hours may increase your chances of dying. The study looked at 8269 subjects over the age of 65. Even after adjusting for other risk factors, including age, gender, body mass index and previous cardiovascular disease, subjects who reported excessive day time