As we know all too well, our world abounds with health hazards: driving, improper food and beverage choices, lack of activity and tobacco consumption among many clearly put our lives in harms way Less visible l or often invisible toxins, such as hidden chemicals, electro-magnetic fields and negative environments are often the greatest danger. Most of us reside in a very enclosed, self—created world believing that we are independent and disconnected from everything around us. In truth, we are all inter-connected; everything we do affects others, as the actions of others affect us. Sadly our planet has been greatly abused and misused, becoming a dumping sight, in a literal sense, but perhaps most significantly in a figurative one, contaminated by humanity’s common lack of regard for all of life. As the days pass and the pollutants mount, we are all coming closer to achieving endangered species status. In truth, it could be argued that we humans are the cancer of the planet and, like cancer itself, have the potential to kill our host-Mother Earth.