From Greed: Why an Accepted Cure for Cancer May Not Be Found, to Rooftop Micro Organic Farms, here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the web:
Greed: Why an Accepted Cure for Cancer May Not Be Found
Billions of dollars every year are funneled into cancer research, yet the issue is still growing. Why is it, that during this age of great scientific strides and bright minds, we can’t find a solution? Put simply: because the system won’t allow a cure to be found.
Farm Families Pick Massive Corn Harvest As Prices Shrink
Corn prices are down and the farm bill is stalled in Congress. So there's a lot of uncertainly in the air as harvest season gets into full swing across the Midwest. But this is a time of year when farm families like the Friesens in Henderson, Neb., come together to focus on the big task at hand: the corn harvest.
Energy stimulants could cause heart problems
The Department of Health is warning of the dangers of mixing these products with alcohol, drugs or energy drinks. The potential health implications include: fainting, increased heart rate, raised blood pressure, stroke and heart attack.
World Food Day: New Ranking Tool to Guide Investment in Biofortified Crops Launched
The Biofortification Prioritization Index (BPI) ranks countries according to their potential for introducing nutrient-rich staple food crops to fight micronutrient deficiencies, also known as hidden hunger.
Roof Top Micro Organic Farms
It is estimated that the average American meal travels about 1,500 miles from farm to plate. By reducing this number we can produce fresher, healthier, more nutrient rich food, and reduce our carbon footprint.
Growing on the roof means taking the farm to where it's never been before to all the places it's needed the most.
Healthy Recipe Bonus: Baked Oatmeal
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