- Tutorial de Agnihotra (español)
- How Does Agnihotra Work?
- Effects of Agnihotra
- Materials Required for Agnihotra
- How to Perform Agnihotra
- Agnihotra Mantras
- Discplines Associated with Agnihotra
- Fine-tuning Agnihotra
- Order Agnihotra Supplies
- Agnihotra Timetables
- Homa Therapy
- Applications of Homa Therapy
- Additional Homa Therapy Mantras
- Scientific Validation
- Studies on Water
- Studies on Microorganisms
- Studies on Animals
- Studies on Medicinal Plants
- Studies on Horticulture
- Studies on Agriculture
- Studies on Soil
- Studies in Psychotherapy
- Miscellaneous Studies
- Homa Communities
- Arks of Fire
- Homa Health Newsletter
- Satsang en Español
- Homa Therapy Worldwide
According to a study, pollution levels in vehicles at red lights or in traffic jams are up to 40 percent higher than when traffic is moving.
The updated Toxic Substances Control Act brings new hope for protecting Americans’ health and environment. Here's what it does — and doesn’t — do.
In a situation echoing the crisis in Flint, Mich., a housing complex’s poor, mostly black residents are being resettled because of high lead and arsenic levels.
DC’s largest food bank is joining a handful of others in saying no to the salty, sugary, and fatty foods that will create a double tragedy for the hungry: driving up chronic disease in people who can’t afford healthy food.
Economists agree it can be done, but differ on how much it will cost.
The resistance that Germany has faced underscores the difficulty in the international effort to reduce fossil fuels in the world’s energy supply.
For the first time in 13 years, the WHO is outlining new recommendations on how to treat three common sexually transmitted diseases, one of which — gonorrhea — has been rapidly developing resistance to nearly every weapon in the medical arsenal.
Government officials say petitions fall short of signatures required for state voters to weigh in on local control of fracking in the state.
A suite of new tax breaks could usher in a new energy future for the Sunshine State.
The United States and most of Venezuela’s neighbors have responded to this collapse of a once-prosperous oil-producing country by doing their best to ignore it.
New Jersey has squandered an opportunity to harness its intellectual and natural resources to become the first state with an offshore wind farm.
In four or five years, the batteries in the roughly one and a quarter million EVs currently on the road are going to start to wane. That means we’ll have a lot of used batteries on our hands.
Bolts and fasteners are failing at an alarming rate on subsea oil and gas equipment in the Gulf of Mexico, and regulators today spotlighted the high stakes involved as they reached out widely for help.
The federal government’s top offshore drilling regulator said Monday that regulators and the oil and gas industry need to figure out why bolts are failing on undersea equipment used in offshore drilling “sooner rather than later.”
Lead and radon have gotten all the attention recently, but experts say it’s often not the obvious issues that effect the largest number of kids.
The owners of two Maryland power plants in the Washington suburbs will pay $1 million to settle a federal lawsuit alleging illegal releases of nitrogen into rivers, a leading cause of pollution in the Chesapeake Bay.
New research suggests snoring is most likely caused by a combination of tiredness and exposure to traffic fumes.
Maryland is fining the owner of two of the state's largest coal power plants $1 million for dumping too much nitrogen into the Potomac and Patuxent rivers, one of the largest penalties state environmental regulators have levied in years.
A survey published Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics shows that more and more moms and dads are refusing the shots for their children.
Indonesia's Disaster Agency said it is confident the country's forest fires and haze of toxic smoke they send over Southeast Asia are unlikely to reach levels seen in 2015 because of favorable weather conditions and a quicker emergency response.