Adam S. Brooks

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Top 12 Foods to Eat Organic

Good information here on eating more healthy choices.
 
"Not all of us can afford to go 100% organic. The solution? Focus on just those foods that are laden with the highest amounts of pesticides, chemicals, additives and hormones and deploy your organic spending power on buying organic versions of these whenever possible. Can’t find organic versions of these foods? We’ve listed safer alternatives that contain the same valuable vitamins and minerals." Click here for more!
 
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Sex chemistry ‘lasts two years’

"Couples should not worry when the first flush of passion dims – scientists have identified the hormone changes which cause the switch from lust to cuddles"
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Can food really get you in the mood? Not according to the FDA.

"…sparking libido with food is more fable than fact, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which reviewed the science on the subject. So why, then, do some people report heightened arousal after eating "aphrodisiacs"? Experts tell us it’s all in the mind—and in the heart, literally." Click here to read the full article.

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Now, this guy’s got the blues, baby!

Update with the ‘Blue Man’

Feb. 6: Paul Karason talks about the friendly reactions he received from New Yorkers, his test results and returning to “normal” life.

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Get some fresh air, people!

Americans, we continue to isolate ourselves from each other and the world — mother nature included. Get out and live life. Appreciate nature. Get your hands dirty.


Nature Giving Way to Virtual Reality

WASHINGTON (AP) — As people spend more time communing with their televisions and computers, the impact is not just on their health, researchers say. Less time spent outdoors means less contact with nature and, eventually, less interest in conservation and parks.

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