by Julian Dollente, RN, Edited by Christopher M. Cirino, DO MPH When did humans start eating meat? There was a time in our history when grazing animals were more abundant than digestible plant foods. And because humans adapt to their environment, our human ancestors — known as hominids — were most likely scavenging the remains … Continue reading Carnivore Diet: Meat and Its Environmental Impacts
by Sydney Bright, MS and Edited by Christopher M. Cirino, DO MPH A timeless truth is that human beings are social creatures. Our understanding of ancient civilizations and pre-agricultural societies contextualize human life as tribal and community-based. Of course, it is not difficult to observe the importance of social life and the social structures that … Continue reading We are Social Creatures: the Health Impacts of Relationships
by Julian Martin Dollente, RN Fact-checked and Edited by Christopher M. Cirino, DO MPH THE PHILIPPINES, as a developing country, suffers from unemployment and the poor education of its citizens. Poverty is the fundamental cause of malnutrition. In 2018, an estimated 16.6 % of Filipinos, approximately 17.6 million people, lived below the poverty threshold. According … Continue reading The Obesity and Malnutrition Paradox: Why A Country Can Have Both Health Problems?
Access to safe water is a basic human right, and it must be vigorously defended.
"Clouds are not spheres, mountains are not cones, coastlines are not circles, and bark is not smooth, nor does lightning travel in a straight line." Benoit Mandelbrot