Air Pollution: Causes

Posted by Erin H. on 7/23/2018 to Health
Air Pollution: Causes
While air pollution may not be something that we see or notice on a day to day basis, there’s no denying that it can affect our everyday health. It isn’t ever really confined to a specific area or country, and its widespread presence means that it can be particularly harmful to both humans and the environment. Sources show that air pollution causes up to eight million deaths per year, especially in crowded cities where large-scale industry can produce significant amounts of harmful gases.

The ABCs of ProBLEN: G

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 7/17/2018 to The ABC's of ProBLEN
The ABCs of ProBLEN: G
There are thousands of plants and other substances in the world that provide a benefit when used as part of a homeopathic remedy. ProBLEN uses carefully chosen ingredients to benefit you as much as possible. In the ABCs of ProBLEN, G is for…

Air Pollution: Effects

Posted by Erin H. on 7/16/2018 to Health
Air Pollution: Effects
The causes of air pollution are nearly just as widespread as the harmful effects. While some
U.S. cities have improved the quality of their air due to recent regulations, there are still cities
across the country that continue to struggle with pollution. In 2017, it was found that 8 million
people die yearly from air pollution exposure. Even in cleaner areas, life expectancies can be
shortened by several months.

Building a Strong Immune System

Posted by Justin T on 7/9/2018 to Health
Building a Strong Immune System

We’ve all heard — your immune system is essential in a long healthy life. Strong immunity to bacteria and harmful germs is the best way to avoid illnesses and poor health. When your immune system is functioning at its peak, the body can fight off unwanted foreign organisms, but in the case that the immune system is not functioning as it should, your body may be a risk for infections or illnesses.