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Pee in the Pool Toxic or Just Gross?

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How Sulforaphane in Broccoli May Benefit Those With Schizophrenia, Autism and Alzheimer’s

This post was originally published on this siteScience has proven time after time that food is potent medicine. Broccoli, for example, has a solid scientific foundation showing it’s one of the most valuable health-promoting foods around. While it contains several… Continue Reading →

St. John’s Wort: A Potential Answer to Life’s Worries

This post was originally published on this site Table of Contents Potential Benefits of St. John’s Wort What Are St. John’s Wort’s Uses? Give St. John’s Wort Tea a Try How St. John’s Wort Oil Can Boost Your Health Side… Continue Reading →

Connecting the Dots — A Statement Opposing Fluoride

This post was originally published on this siteMore than 70% of U.S. water supplies have industrial-grade fluoride chemicals added under the guise of preventing tooth decay.1 The problem is that fluoride, a toxin, is linked to an increasing list of… Continue Reading →

My #1 hydration hack! Why drinking water is so important. | Wellness Wednesday with Kris Carr

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New Study: Deadly Flesh-Eating Genital Infection Linked to Certain Diabetes Medication

This post was originally published on this site People taking medications to help manage type 2 diabetes should talk to their doctor about their risk of a rare genital infection that has been linked to a certain class of diabetes… Continue Reading →

‘The worst they have ever seen’: Family shares shocking photo of father’s hospital bedsore

This post was originally published on this site When you have a spouse, parent or grandparent in hospital, one of the greatest concerns is for their comfort. Are they in pain? Are they comfortable? Are the medical staff doing their… Continue Reading →

Dangers of Farming Octopus

This post was originally published on this site There are a lot of risks to recognize when anything is being mass produced for the global market, especially when it comes to the livestock industry. Our demand for food is stripping… Continue Reading →

Senate Environment Committee Considers Legislative Package To Combat PFAS Contamination Crisis

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Should Dads Be Allowed to Stay Overnight in Maternity Wards?

This post was originally published on this site Many dads are very involved throughout their partner’s pregnancy, in weekly childbirth classes couples can go over the stages of labour, birthing positions and breathing techniques. While the mom-to-be is rolling around… Continue Reading →

We Need More Mean Moms

This post was originally published on this site Do you think mom’s today are too nice? While we don’t need malicious parenting, are some parents forgetting the importance of teaching tough love? Many new age parents are taking on opposite… Continue Reading →

Archetypal Resting Positions: How Sitting Like Your Ancestors Could Save Your Health

This post was originally published on this siteTennis elbow, Achilles tendinitis, osteoarthritis, and other connective tissue injuries are on the rise. Athletes have always gotten them, but it’s only in the past few decades that regular folks are getting them… Continue Reading →

Tropical fruit tasting with Robby Barbaro of Mastering Diabetes

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Why Calcium Propionate Is Strongly Linked to Diabetes and Autism

This post was originally published on this siteThe degree to which a food has been altered during preparation lies on a continuum. Anything not directly harvested from the vine, ground, bush or tree has undergone some degree of processing. Processing… Continue Reading →

Consumer Reports’ Recommends Sunscreens That Seep Poison Into Your Bloodstream

This post was originally published on this siteWhile there are instances where sunscreen may be prudent, these products are widely overused and contribute to widespread vitamin D deficiency. In my view, sunscreen is rarely needed, provided you’re following sensible sun… Continue Reading →

Harvard Keeping Sackler Name for Building Despite Opioid Lies

This post was originally published on this siteIt may be difficult to imagine, but a single family may have had a direct effect on the massive epidemic of opioid-related addiction and deaths the U.S. is now experiencing. The U.S. involvement… Continue Reading →

19 Vegetarian Lentil Recipes

This post was originally published on this site When it comes to the cheap and easy plant-based bulk bin items, you can’t go wrong with lentils. These powerhouse protein legumes are always on hand at our house. I keep red,… Continue Reading →

Two-Thirds of Sunscreen Products Offer Inferior Protection or Contain Worrisome Ingredients

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Former U.S. Nukes Chief: “New nuclear is off the table”

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Trump’s EPA Kills Funding for Children’s Environmental Health Program

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States: Drugmakers collude on generic price hikes, overcharge consumers and states billions

This post was originally published on this siteA coalition of attorneys general from 43 states and Puerto Rico filed a 510-page lawsuit last week at a U.S. District Court in Connecticut, claiming that “generic drug manufacturers conspired to fix prices and… Continue Reading →

Pressure Mounts on NC Lawmakers To Reject Duke Energy Rate Increase Bill

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The problem with our vanishing bacteria

This post was originally published on this site I’ve seen thousands of patients over the years who give me a confused look when I tell them we need to work on their bacteria. Now, with the trend of probiotics and… Continue Reading →

30 Keto Recipes Ready In Under 30 Minutes

This post was originally published on this siteThanks to Courtney Hamilton at Paleohacks.com for today’s recipe. Have food ready and on the table in under half an hour with these keto-friendly weekday meals! One of the hardest parts about sticking… Continue Reading →

Bayer Ordered to Pay $2 Billion in Third Roundup Lawsuit

This post was originally published on this site Bayer has come up zero for 3 in the first lawsuits alleging that Roundup herbicide caused cancer, with the latest verdict ordering the chemical giant to pay $2 billion to its victims…. Continue Reading →

Harmful Effects of Fluoride Continue to Mount

This post was originally published on this siteBy Stuart Cooper, Campaign Director, Fluoride Action Network Ending the addition of hazardous fluoridation chemicals — primarily hydrofluorosilicic acid — to the public’s drinking water will be one of the greatest public health… Continue Reading →

How Coca-Cola Controls and Manipulates Research

This post was originally published on this siteI’ve written about the collusion between industry and the U.S. federal regulatory agencies on many occasions throughout the years, and how industry-funded research simply tends to promote and support the industry agenda rather… Continue Reading →

Trump EPA’s Fake Math: Clean Air Doesn’t Save Lives, So Burn More Coal

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11 natural ingredients for healthier skin

This post was originally published on this siteThis article contains content from one of our trusted sponsors. Radiant skin is more than a simple mark of beauty; it’s an indication of a healthy you. You make first impressions in an… Continue Reading →

CNN: He’s accused of war crimes and torture. Uber and Lyft approved him to drive.

This post was originally published on this siteSuspected war criminal, accused of torture and directing mass executions while a colonel in the Somalian Security Force, Yusuf Abdi Ali has been living in the U.S. and driving for Uber and Lyft. (According… Continue Reading →

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