Drinking coffee and/or tea has been associated with a lower risk for so-called all-cause mortality. The National Library of Medicine, part of the National Institutes of Health and the world's largest biomedical library, is an extraordinary resource for the public to find reliable … [Read more...] about Should Your Morning Beverage Be Green Tea Instead Of Coffee?
We've shared information on the American Community Garden Association in the past, noting that the growing movement of community gardens throughout North America is a ray of hope in a frenetic world. This green movement offers city and town dwelling people a way to reconnect with … [Read more...] about Growing Food In A Community Garden Offers Hope, Community & Good Food Especially Post-Pandemic
For some time it's been believed by many that coffee is "the second-most traded commodity after oil." This coffee drinker recently decided to look into that "fact." Kudos to Politifact, a nonprofit project operated by the Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg, … [Read more...] about “Slow Food Coffee Coalition” Builds Support For Good, Clean & Fair Coffee For All
Earth Day was created by environmental activists 51 years ago on April 22, 1970 in response to the 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill when an oil well off the California coast blew out and spewed three million gallons of oil, killing thousands of seabirds, dolphins, seals and sea … [Read more...] about Celebrate Earth Day: Support Local & Regenerative Farming
Trader Joe's, the chain of grocery stores with a cult-like following, now operates over 500 stores in 42 states and Washington, D.C. Nine years ago, it opened its first store in Colonie, an Albany suburb in upstate New York's Capital Region. Unlike other chains, Trader Joe's … [Read more...] about Trader Joe’s Planning Second Store in Upstate NY’s Capital Region, Nine Years After First