3. Rage Against the Machine

Use your healthy frustration about the unhealthy status quo to spark creativity and determination.

Volunteer Match

A great site designed to connect “good” people with “good” causes.

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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.

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Who Killed the Electric Car?

The number of electric cars on the road today keeps growing. But, did you know that they first started appearing in 1996?

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Institute for Responsible Technology

Founded in 2003, the Institute for Responsible Technology has worked in 30 countries to educate policy makers and the public about genetically modified foods and crops.

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Van Jones

Internationally recognized human rights and clean-energy economy pioneer.

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Environmental Working Group

EWG uses the power of public information to protect public health and the environment.

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The Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale

A nonprofit research and public policy organization devoted to improving the world’s diet, preventing obesity and reducing weight stigma.

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Andrew Weil

Are You Overmedicated?: An Interview With Andrew Weil, MD

Integrative-medicine pioneer Andrew Weil, MD, talks to us about his new book, Mind Over Meds, and why Americans are taking too many drugs.

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Richest Americans Live Up to 15 Years Longer Than the Poorest

The health–wealth gap continues to divide us, a new mega-study finds.

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Revolutionary Act 3: Rage Against the Machine

Use your healthy frustration about unhealthy status quos to spark creativity and determination.

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Drug Problems

The Other Drug Problem

Could the medications we take to regulate cholesterol, blood pressure, and stomach acid be doing us more harm than good?

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Functional Wellness, Part 4: Real Healthcare Reform

Everyone’s talking about universal coverage, single-payer plans, and other well-intended solutions to America’s healthcare access dilemma, but we’re missing the real question: What’s the point of giving more people access to a system that is likely to make them sicker?

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