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There is growing evidence of a link between exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs), which are generated by electrical currents, and cancer. For this reason we need to be more mindful of how we can limit our exposure to these fields in order to safeguard our health and the health of our loved ones.
An EMF can be linked to an invisible energy web (shaped somewhat like the contour lines on a topographical map) that is produced by electricity, which in turn creates a magnetic field. While EMFs are part of nature and in fact are radiated by the human body and its individual organs, the quality and intensity (called respectively frequency and gauss field strength) of the energy in forming this contoured web can either support or destroy health. As a general rule, EMFs generated by human-made technological devices or installations tend to be much more harmful than naturally occurring EMFs.
Smelly breath in our pets is usually a sign of dental disease. Three out of four pets over the age of three suffer from it.
Dogs are five times more likely to suffer from dental disease than humans. The main reason for this is the lack of tooth brushing which results in tartar build-up causing the foul odours. Let’s face it, who of us brushes our pet’s teeth daily, if at all? And many of us won't manage to either.
The good news is that dental disease is generally easy to treat and manage.
The natural world and all its wonders play a key role in our mental, emotional and physical well-being. Richard Louv provides invaluable tips on how the whole family can connect with nature to benefit from all her gifts.
In 2015, the leaders of the retail outdoor equipment Co-op REI made a big decision. They closed their doors on Black Friday, the biggest day in the global retail calendar. Instead, they encouraged their 12 000 employees to Opt Outside (#OptOutside), to reconnect with family and friends outdoors. Thousands of companies, as well as the national and state parks, followed REI’s lead. Millions of Americans took the day off to #OptOutside. The day was a great success.
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