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Immunity Boosters: 6 Natural Ways to Help Prevent the Flu, and the Science Behind Them
The flu season is especially severe headed into 2015, and...
Red Lake Tribal Council to do Hemp Feasibility Study
Although the subject was not on the printed agenda for the...
From Lab Rats to Psychics: Canadian Residential Schools Tested ‘Primitive’ Aboriginal Children for ESP
Children ripped away from their parents during the boarding...
Fort Peck Tribes Join Those to Legalize Medical Marijuana
The Fort Peck Tribal Executive Board approved a resolution...
Four Native Culinary Geniuses: Meet the Masters, Part 3
Welcome to the third installation of indigenous top-chef...
Video: In Climate Change and Agriculture, Our Food Is at Stake
It’s not just about plants and animals. It’s about our food...
Health & Wellness
Cracker Jacks, Toboggans and More: 5 Native Inventions We Couldn’t Live Without
With the vast array of Native innovations that manifest in our daily lives even today, Indian Country Today Media Network feels compelled to highlight yet another crop of such inve...
Natives Prone to Chronic Ear Infections, Which Endanger Hearing
Tanya H. Lee
Sharon Navarrette (Cherokee/Creek/European) remembers having a lot of ear infections when she was a little girl...
We Have to Know It to Heal It: Defining and Dealing With Historical Trauma
Mary Annette Pember
“And I rose in a rainy autumn and walked abroad in shower of all my days.” I think of this bit of verse from Poem in October by Dylan Thomas as I walk over the grounds where my mot...
‘Book of Rules’: Memoir Tackles Mental Illness, Sexual Trauma and Native Identity
Elissa Washuta, Cowlitz Indian Tribe, writes with fearless, gut-wrenching honesty and ambition in her creatively crafted memoir, My Body Is a Book of Rules ...
Domestic Violence: If the Abuse Is so Bad, Why Do You Stay?
“Lady, if it’s so bad, why don’t you leave?” said the police officer standing in my kitchen, summoned by me in response to an explosive situation in my home...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Sampling the Garden Soil
Cliff Villa, EPA
It began with a concerned mom in Eugene, Oregon, raising a seemingly simple question: Is the soil in my garden safe for growing food?...
Canada’s First Nation Takes Proactive Approach Against Radon
When it comes to Canada’s National Radon Action Month in November, the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation has already more than done its part...
TV Personality Suzanne Roberts Gives $2 Million to Indian Health Programs
TV talk show host Suzanne Roberts, at 93, has announced that she will give $2 million to Johns Hopkins University to establish the Suzanne Roberts Native American Dream Fund at the...
AMERIND Says Be Aware of 4 Risks When Cooking That Turkey Tomorrow
When preparing a turkey, be aware of the four main safety issues: thawing, preparing, stuffing, and cooking to the adequate temperature...
White House Blog Post: Responding to Sexual Violence in Indian Country
To view the full blog post, cross-posted on the U.S. Department of Justice’s blog, click here ...
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