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Agrochemical Exposure Causes Deformities in Argentinian Children

Agrochemical Exposure Causes Deformities in Argentinian Children

| Oct 19, 2018

The safety of pesticides and other agrochemicals is still the subject of heated debate. Despite nearly indisputable evidence of their health risks, the use of these chemicals is more widespread than ever. An incredible 9.4 million tons of RoundUp pesticide have been sprayed onto fields since the product’s inception in 1974, making it the most-used […]

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Jamaica Plans to Ban Styrofoam and Disposable Plastics

Jamaica Plans to Ban Styrofoam and Disposable Plastics

| Oct 17, 2018

Society’s love affair with plastic is coming to an end. It is now undeniable that its hazards outweigh its benefits of convenience, and that something must be done to limit its adverse effects on human health and the environment. We’ve become dependent on plastic to sustain our modern lifestyle, but now it’s polluting our oceans, […]

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Popular New Vegan Burger Contains GMO

Popular New Vegan Burger Contains GMO

| Oct 6, 2018

For most of the world, meat provides a significant percentage of dietary protein. And for Americans, there’s few meat-based dishes more iconic than a good-old hamburger. Much to the chagrin of burger lovers, though, red meat has become the subject of increasing criticism. As early as the late 1970s and early 1980s, a string of […]

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Is Tylenol By Far The Most Dangerous Drug Ever Made

Is Tylenol By Far The Most Dangerous Drug Ever Made

| Sep 28, 2018

“Tylenol Is By Far The Most Dangerous Drug Ever Made” Aric Hausknecht, M.D. July 30, 2017  “Each year a substantial number of Americans experience intentional and unintentional Tylenol (acetaminophen) associated overdoses that can result in serious morbidity and mortality. Acetaminophen-associated overdoses account for about 50,000 emergency room visits and 25,000 hospitalizations yearly.Acetaminophen is the nation’s leading cause of […]

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BPA-Free Plastic May Still Pose Serious Health Risks

BPA-Free Plastic May Still Pose Serious Health Risks

| Sep 27, 2018

Plastic has solved many of the problems of industrial society. It’s lightweight, cheap, and easy to produce; no wonder it was once considered a marvel of modern science. Those days are over, though, as we now know that plastic triggers nearly as many problems as it solves. Its non-biodegradable nature (once hailed as durability) has […]

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Can Parsley Prevent Cancer?

Can Parsley Prevent Cancer?

| Sep 20, 2018

“Food is Medicine” We have all heard this saying before, but do we really understand what this means? Therapeutic dietary practices continue to prove their worth. Researchers now refer to foods with therapeutic applications as “functional foods”—they offer an easy and powerful way to take control of our health, and some of them have been […]

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Landmark Case Exposes Monsanto’s Glyphosate Lies

Landmark Case Exposes Monsanto’s Glyphosate Lies

| Sep 16, 2018

Pesticide usage is an intensely polarizing issue. Many still tout the practice as an essential tool of agricultural efficiency, but mounting evidence suggests that the dangers of these chemicals may not be worth the perceived benefits! The debate is especially heated around a pesticide chemical called glyphosate, which is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s RoundUp. […]

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How to Catch Cancer Early

How to Catch Cancer Early

| Sep 9, 2018

Prevention is touted as primarily important in the natural health community. Alternative and holistic medicine prides itself on creating overall balance and preventing health issues before they arise—as opposed to allopathic medicine, which endeavors to manage acute symptoms of current conditions. As the rising incidence of chronic disease demonstrates, symptom management is not a satisfactory […]

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Why A Sedentary Lifestyle Is Disastrous for Your Heart

Why A Sedentary Lifestyle Is Disastrous for Your Heart

| Sep 9, 2018

Even for people in their 70s, exercise can lower risk of cardiovascular disease!   It is very important to remain physically active as we age. Everyone knows that an active lifestyle is decidedly healthier than a sedentary one. Any credible doctor will advocate proper exercise, particularly for the sake of safeguarding cardiovascular health. Despite this […]

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Vitamin C Is Essential for Optimal Health (And You’re Not Getting Enough of It)

Vitamin C Is Essential for Optimal Health (And You’re Not Getting Enough of It)

| Sep 9, 2018

After decades of ridicule and denial, the theories of early vitamin C researchers are finally gaining acceptance in the mainstream medical community. Dr. Fredrick Klenner, whose extensive vitamin C research in the 1930s was largely scorned, observed that “some physicians would stand by and see their patient die rather than use ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), […]

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