Fitness expert offers 11 steps to help make you healthier and happier

On March 8, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Dina Juve, co-owner of Fitness Social, offers her tips for taking a more balanced, common sense approach to fitness and exercise. Her tips include finding real reasons for taking the effort for a healthy lifestyle that you will fight to achieve, drinking plenty of water, and avoiding processed foods. Including healthy fats from fish, nuts […]


The treats below 100 calories experts say you can give your kids

On March 7, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Basically there are a few items you can give your kids that aren’t too many calories. Too many children are eating snacks that are too unhealthy, you can replace them with still good tasting snacks that are half the calories. Children’s health comes from their diet, if their diet is messed up. Their health could […]


Feeding your baby water could be FATAL: An expert explains how anything but breast milk can be ‘toxic’ to an infant

On March 7, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Infants are more fragile than adults and as such feeding them excess amounts of water can be much more deadly than it can be for others. In addition, small amounts offer little benefit in the first place. Breast milk provides enough of the nutrition required for an infant to thrive. The price of formula is […]


Is climate change causing the seafloor to SINK? Scientists claim weight of water pouring off melting ice sheets is …

On March 6, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Global warming is changing our planet but a Netherlands university is saying that humans may also have much to do with our planet get squeezed to death our sea floor is dropping due to man made things. and the man made part of things is causing the melting. if we as people do nothing to […]


Darius Campbell left in a coma after drinking water from the Thames to promote a filter

On March 6, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Singer Darious Campbell was hospitalized after drinking water from the Thames that passed through a filter he was selling for charity. The incident obviously created questions surrounding the filter itself but it was found out quickly that the filter used was an inoperable display model. The filters are apparently good at filtering out 99.9% of […]


The Best Water Bottles To Buy In 2018

On February 27, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Drinking water is very good for you, but it can be difficult to choose a good reusable water bottle with all the options out there on the market. One of the best bottles for filtering your water is the Brita Fill and Go Active, which uses replaceable filters. S’well water bottles make the list for […]


Waste not: AZ guide to cutting down on plastics in the home

On February 24, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

Single-use plastics are one of the major sources of waste in the day-to-day lives of most households, and they are also responsible for an outsize portion of environmental impact. Since plastics are not biodegradable, they build up in the ecosystem, particularly in oceans, where they present a tremendous thread to wildlife. In order to minimize […]


Water fountains will reduce the impact of plastic

On February 24, 2018, in News, by Erik

The town of Southend in the UK is working toward reducing its impact on plastic consumption. Their plan is to install various water fountains in strategic points throughout the town. They feel by giving good clean water away for free, people will not need to use disposable water bottles as much when they are thirsty. […]


Steps to help create a healthy, happy and balanced lifestyle

On February 24, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

When it comes to the delicate art of achieving a balanced life, where to start can seem overwhelming. But tiny, doable steps can make a significant difference. Maybe you’re battling diabetes, or need to lose a little girth. Try something other than sugar in your morning coffer. For your office break, mix the Danish. Instead […]


Cancer: Why you should go for early screening, healthy lifestyle

On February 23, 2018, in Commentary, by Erik

It is well known that early screening for disease increase your chances for a successful recovery. For example, when cancer cells are detected early it can often be put into remission or stopped from spreading. Many doctors recommend screening for breast and cervical cancer in women and prostate cancer in men at age 40. If […]