Nature and health

A growing body of research points to the beneficial effects that exposure to the natural world has on health, reducing stress and promoting healing.

Antibiotic resistance, meat and existential risks. The end of modern medicine. Members Public

Imagine that our antibiotics stopped working, or that your life could be threatened, as it was in the middle ages, by a simple infection. This is not science fiction; it can happen if we continue using and abusing antibiotics the way we do today.

Yeray Lopez
Yeray Lopez
Nature and health

Why are autoimmune diseases on the rise? Can we do anything about it? Members Public

For the past 200 million years, mammals have lived and cooperated with bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Without them, life would not be possible. Unfortunately, our lifestyle is killing our microbiome, and that is linked with a variety of diseases.

Yeray Lopez
Yeray Lopez
Nature and health

What is Rewilding? Are we prepared to leave Nature on its own? Members Public

Today I would like to talk about the fascinating concept of rewilding, which is not new but can bring some answers to our biodiversity crisis.

Yeray Lopez
Yeray Lopez
Nature and health

The science behind the benefits of walking your dog Members Public

Do you want to know what goes on in your body when you walk the dogs? Why do you feel better, more connected, and sane after doing it? This article is about its science and how light early in the morning affects our moods.

Yeray Lopez
Yeray Lopez
Nature and health

Your child on plants! What do you do when your 3,5-year-old tells you that she won’t eat animals? Members Public

Food remains not only one of the best remedies for our health, it also promotes animal welfare and reduces our impact on the climate. But becoming a vegetarian or a vegan and remaining healthy is more than just stopping eating animals.

Yeray Lopez
Yeray Lopez
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