Drought, Shutdown of Rancho Feeding Corp. Could Cripple Regrowth of California’s Independent, Grass-fed Livestock Producers
By Angela Woodall The Rancho slaughterhouse was a critical piece of the supply chain for sustainable, local meat, leaving consumers with fewer alternatives to factory-farmed meats, despite the growing demand.
By Fran Kritz
The number of babies born to mothers ages 15 to 17 years of age has declined but still represents over a quarter of teen births each year, according to the April issue of Vital Signs, a monthly health indicator publication of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC.) According to the...
When I brought home my report card near the end of fourth grade at Our Lady of Lourdes grammar school in Queens, I gave it to my mother. She took it into the dining room to discuss it with … Continue reading →
Do Not Miss This 24 Hour Sale If You Want To Become Educated and Empowered To Care For Your Family Naturally!
One day it hits you… The mainstream medical community, the agricultural industry, our government, the powers-that-be…. They don’t want us healthy. Not by a long shot. Know why? Because healthy people ask questions. Healthy people do research. Healthy people challenge authority. Sick people…people whose bodies are filled with toxins and GMOs and pharmaceuticals and...
By Jessica Portner As the deluge of applications for Medi-Cal through continues to flood into Covered California, local health advocacy groups and providers throughout Los Angeles County say the sizable enrollment backlog is delaying health care services for needy residents.
By Fran Kritz
If you are a middle-aged African-American or Asian woman, your social class may play a significant role in how likely you are to suffer bone fractures, according to a new study by researchers at UCLA.