Archive for July, 2015

Food Forest at Florida Gulf Coast University

The Florida Gulf Coast University has an incredible learning opportunity for both its students and the community. Students of the university have set up and maintained something called the Food Forest. The Food Forest is a botanical garden mainly comprised of tropical and subtropical edible species that grow well in South Florida, where the University […]

Health Inequality Gap Widening

A recent study, published in The Lancet, offers evidence that health and wealth are connected. Not only are they related, but the trends in health and wealth are pointing towards a health care disaster as the inequality gap widens. The study, led by Dr. Frank Elgar, psychiatry professor at McGill University in Quebec, Canada, measured […]

Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis with Moringa Oleifera

Moringa Oleifera is one of the world’s most potent super foods, containing twice or even three times the necessary vitamins and minerals of other foods. More than fruits and vegetables which are considered to be high in necessary nutrients. Moringa Oleifera has 36 times more magnesium than eggs, 25 times more iron than spinach (a […]