Feminism is a must.
As I write this, I am about to leave for Boston to speak at iV, the Ivy League Vegan Conference, at Harvard. Prominent voices
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light
Dr. Paul Ekman is a well-known psychologist and co-discoverer of micro expressions. He was named one of the 100 most influential
Scientists had long thought these mysterious "spheroids" were just simple hand tools.
Those trying to have their side of beef and eat it, too, often talk about narrowing the gap between modern meat, and the kind of meat we "should" all eat. Pure meat. Ethically raised, free to range, well fed, organic, and all that.
So there you have it. If you like bone broth, sip bone broth -- although I do think you are obliged to consider the lives, and deaths, that spawned those bones. Cruelty has no place on the menu of decent people, whatever our gustatory inclinations.
"When we suddenly realized that we had actually found most of a complete hafted [with its handle still attached] axe, stuck
Story continues below images. Footprint found during the Lolland excavation. Archaeologists in Denmark say they've discovered
Whole grains have figured prominently in human diets for roughly 15,000 years. They figure prominently in the diets of the healthiest populations alive today. And unlike the mostly extinct choices of our Stone Age ancestors, they are available to us today.
Researchers have discovered that our Stone Age ancestors may have had more advanced diets than initially thought.
Construction is underway on the south side of the Thames River in London's Battersea neighborhood on a shiny crystalline
The discovery of the well-preserved tools and other items was not an accident, according to Nilsson. The area had been known
The reality is that we can't eat the foods our Stone Age ancestors ate, because their foods don't exist now, and our foods didn't exist then. The best we can do is approximate the native.
How the snails reached Ireland but apparently skipped intermediate regions has long been a mystery. It's most likely, the
By Heather Pringle Despite this reservation, Manne says that these "exciting" findings can help researchers recognize projectile
The findings, detailed today (April 23) in the journal Nature Communications, were drawn from several skeletons unearthed
The team said they also found thousands of charred broad bean seeds inside of a pit — providing an early example of legume