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Fascinating X-Ray GIFs of the Human Body in Action

Designer Cameron Drake created these fascinating animated X-ray GIFs of the human body in action for a recent web project. GIFs by Cameron Drake via Boing Boing

This infographic simplifies the process of using fish oil. Many people are confused when they’re first trying to buy fish oil.. They have many questions: What’s EPA? DHA? How much should I take? We wanted to answer these questions by making an easy to digest graphic. You’ll find out what fish oil is, how much to take (for a regular person), the different types of fish oil, and more. #infographic

This infographic simplifies the process of using fish oil. Many people are confused when they’re first trying to buy fish oil.. They have many questions: What’s EPA? DHA? How much should I take? We wanted to answer these questions by making an easy to digest graphic. You’ll find out what fish oil is, how much to take (for a regular person), the different types of fish oil, and more. #infographic

Milk Thistle Seed (Silybum marianum) has been used for over two thousand years for its positive effects on the liver and gallbladder. The ancient philosophers Pliny and Galen each extolled the virtues of this herb for liver cleansing. Besides helping to protect the liver, Milk Thistle Seed promotes optimal liver function.

Printing the Human Body: How it Works and Where it’s Headed

We will eventually be printing humans. I see no ethical issue as long as we just print the body parts separately. - Bioprinting infographic

Sometimes it's easier to pop two advils... but honestly, we need to start learning to how help the pain without killing the body.

DIY Home Remedies: Your Natural Medicine Cabinet

How to Make an Essential Oil Diffuser Bracelet

What’s 6,000+ years old, known all around the world . . . and directly tied to your cerebral cortex? Why aromatherapy, of course. The first documented form of aromatherapy comes from ancient Egypt, where aromatic plants were infused into oil to produce perfumes and medicine. (source) As we talked about in my post about how to make diffuser necklaces, …

We’re at the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene's annual meeting in Washington, D.C., this week. We're learning a lot about mosquito-borne illnesses, like dengue and Chikungunya fever. - NPR Global Health

Science-Based Medicine Protandim is a mixture of milk thistle, bacopa extract, ashwagandha, green tea extract, and turmeric extract (all of which, incidentally, can be purchased individually at much lower cost).