The most mundane items can make life simpler, especially if you have to move fast or find yourself in a situation where you have to improvise.
There are some fantastic examples of cooperative efforts taking place, as well as independent ingenuity, that should serve as a reminder that providing for one’s family is quite attainable under virtually any style of living.
Diseases come and diseases go…rather like fashions, but with diseases it’s the general conditions prevailing at the time that denotes what gets a foothold and what doesn’t.
Attention, moms-to-be: Your shower routine could cause you to go into labor prematurely.
Stories from Great Depression survivors reveal how physically demanding life became after the crash. The difference in last century and the cliff we’re dangling over now is we’re in a state of soft. Soft bodies, soft drinks, and soft minds characterize today’s society.
These three ways to open a can without a can opener are listed in order of “least convenient” to “most convenient.”
Soy has become a major source of toxicity for human beings, especially in the last three decades. If you consume processed foods, soy is almost impossible to avoid.
Even something that appears to be a small nick can be fatal if that small nick perforates a blood vessel.
The way we are being pushed and squeezed by regulations that govern every facet of our life, we will soon only be able to defecate when our allotted time slot comes around.
Never with this much conviction have I recommended that a book must be purchased and read from cover-to-cover.
While the smoke is still clearing from what may be the final ‘March Against Monsanto’ it appears that momentum favors the people.
Hantavirus has been around for a long, long time, it is endemic in South-east Asia but was first discovered in the western world in 1993, in New Mexico.
If your refrigerator broke, or you had to go without one for a brief time, would you know how to store food?