For years there was general agreement that, somewhere along the line, males begrudgingly accepted fidelity because it ensured their paternity rights.
Now a research scientist has stepped forward with a different and arguably better theory. Evolutionary biologist and mathematician Sergey Gavrilets, PhD, believes it was men who led the campaign for monogamy.
Surf the internet for even 10 minutes and you’ll discover the almost unbelievable promise of Sea Buckthorn.
While U.S. researchers have yet to investigate the health benefits of this rugged herb, a number of European and Asian institutions have made a lot of headway. And their findings are impressive.
About three years ago, I realized that my first few days of dietary cleansing were always accompanied by awful headaches. Could it be coffee withdrawal, a friend asked me.
I called my daughter today to say she might want to wait awhile longer before having a baby. “It could double your chances of living to be a very old woman,” I told her. (She only laughed.)
Have you decided whether or not to get a flu shot this year? Silly as it might seem, I struggle with the decision every year. The naturalist in me hesitates. Meanwhile the fear of a 103-degree fever pushes me toward the nearest drugstore.
If you’re sitting on the fence with me, here are some pros and cons to consider.