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Most of the trends at this year’s International Housewares Show in Chicago March 7–10 were designed to save something—time, money, effort, health, stress, safety,...

Newcomers and Makeovers

The natural evolution of naturals is evolving faster than ever.  There are new products to buzz about and old standbys that are getting makeovers....

5 Tips for Getting True Nourishment for Your Dog or Cat

It is time to provide your animal companions with the same healthy lifestyle that you and your family live by. These days, there are two...

The Phantom Menace: The Discomfort of Idiopathic Itch

Too many Americans suffer from an ailment they can feel but not see. This "phantom menace" is, with all due respect to fans of Star Wars and others...

Getting Started with Google Analytics

Last week, I was having a conversation with the owner of a health food store in the Mobile, AL, area regarding Google Analytics. He wanted...

The Supplement Issue: Vegetarians and Vegans

An estimated 23 million U.S. adults are largely following a vegetarian-inclined diet, according to a study of approximately 6,000 consumers by MMR Research Worldwide....

Debilitated by Diabetes: Combating the Symptoms of “Diabetic Itch”

For all the conversation about diet and nutrition, including greater awareness about the value of consuming whole foods, we nonetheless face a public health...

Reddened by Inflammation and Aggravated by Chemicals: Fighting Rosacea

When more than 14 million Americans suffer from a chronic skin condition—a malady too few of us can spell or name—we have a public...

From Lab or Home Kitchen, Elderberry has a Place in the Medicine Cabinet

From village medical practitioners in centuries past to today's commercial laboratories, elderberry is part of a long heritage of healing. As a traditional cure...

The Ultimate Taste Test: Listen to (and Look at) Your Skin, Not Your Tongue

When it comes to judging the severity of food allergies, here is some straightforward advice: Look at your skin, and forget about your taste...