New Online Disease Database Tracks 125 Years of Outbreaks

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Johns Hopkins University have created a publicly accessible online database of infectious disease cases from the last 125 years, according to an article published Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine, the Washington Post reports.

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Foraging in Freezing Weather Uncovers Bounty of Wild Edibles

As the temperature drops and snow begins to fall, many foragers put their baskets away until the first whispers of morels in spring. On closer inspection there is much for a forager still to find. Trails are lined with winter edibles which can be made into delicious meals all winter long. Continue reading

Health Ranger: I was Poisoned by Chronic Exposure to Toxic Elements Lurking in Organic Foods

I’d like to thank all the Natural News readers for your support as I’m engaged in intensive laboratory research and not posting very many stories right now. This will continue through early January up until we break our big announcements on food science. Continue reading