Blogging is a way to share your thoughts and spread your circle of influence out into the Internet. It’s like an online diary of sorts. Each entry is dated, titled, and is searchable. These entries are called “posts.”

Herbal Supplements

In its September issue, Consumer Reports included a report claiming that dietary supplements are dangerous to people’s health and posted a list of “12 supplements you should avoid.”

cranberry UTIs

Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) have measured cranberry juice’s ability to ward off urinary tract infections (UTIs) in humans at the molecular level. During the study, Terri Camesano and his team closely examined E. coli bacteria, which are believed to cause UTIs.

suzy carrol

Interviews with retailers nationwide about their private label lines.

Frank Guzzo

In June of this year, LinkedIn topped 70 million users worldwide. But, what does this really mean? 

Guest Blogger, Debby Swoboda, founder of askDebby.com: Let’s look at another hot new social communication (marketing) program: foursquare. It’s a social networking, location sharing application or service that supports local businesses by encouraging users to visit while in the neighborhood and earn points (rewards) for doing so.

alfalfa

Washington, D.C.—Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Representative Peter DeFazio (D-OR) were joined by 49 other representatives and five other senators to urge the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to retain the regulated status of genetically engineered (GE) alfalfa.

Whole Foods

Ken Whitman, president of Peter Gillham’s Natural Vitality and the publisher of Organic Connections magazine, talks about the importance of eating "nutrient dense" foods.

Alfalfas

Boulder, CO—On June 21, A-M Holdings, LCC, received approval from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to acquire the Whole Foods Market branch located on Broadway in Boulder. The store is the original site of Alfalfa’s Market .