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These guys say chocolate is great when you’ve got PMS (especially if it’s CBD!)- Trigger Warning: Swearing!!

This post was originally published on this siteThis is not our usual video, but it’s funny AF. However, if you’re not into swearing DO NOT WATCH!!! 🙂 RELATED STORY: The many medicinal benefits of Cannabis and Cannabidiol (CBD) P.S. We… Continue Reading →

Medical Kidnapping: 3-year-old forced to undergo chemo; then state strips parents of custody after hospital reports them

This post was originally published on this siteIn a heartbreaking series of recent events, a 3-year old named Noah McAdams is forced by the courts to undergo chemotherapy and then wrongfully taken into custody by the State in what some… Continue Reading →

Former U.S. Nuclear Safety Chief: ‘New Nuclear Is off the Table’

This post was originally published on this site By Grant Smith From 2009 to 2012, Gregory Jaczko was chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which approves nuclear power plant designs and sets safety standards for plants. But he now says… Continue Reading →

‘It’s Raining Plastic’: Researchers Find Microscopic Fibers in Colorado Rain Samples

This post was originally published on this site By Brett Walton When Greg Wetherbee sat in front of the microscope recently, he was looking for fragments of metals or coal, particles that might indicate the source of airborne nitrogen pollution… Continue Reading →

Kroger says goodbye to plastic bags

This post was originally published on this siteAs more and more grocery stores begin to ditch plastic bags, the acronym BYOB takes on a whole new meaning. Kroger — a grocery giant with nearly 2,800 stores in 35 states across… Continue Reading →

This vegetable stalks disease and tumors like a guard dog

This post was originally published on this siteWritten by Dr. Joseph Mercola Science 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… Continue Reading →

Pee in the Pool Toxic or Just Gross?

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Prada Bans Fur in Victory for Animal Rights

This post was originally published on this site In a big victory for animals, Prada has announced that it’s ending its use of fur! It joins Coach, Jean Paul Gaultier, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Ralph Lauren, Vivienne Westwood, Michael Kors, Donna… Continue Reading →

Drastically Shorter Workweeks Needed to Fight Climate Crisis, Study Finds

This post was originally published on this site If people in three European countries want to fight the climate crisis, they need to chill out more. That’s the conclusion of a new study from think tank Autonomy, which found that… Continue Reading →

Amazon Votes Down Employee-Backed Climate Resolution

This post was originally published on this site Amazon shareholders voted down an employee-backed resolution calling for more aggressive action on climate change at their annual meeting Wednesday, The Los Angeles Times reported. None The employee-filed resolution asked the company… Continue Reading →

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 →

As a GMO Stunt, Professor Tasted Pesticide and Gave it To Students

This post was originally published on this siteIt is safe to say that no one in their right mind would intentionally think to taste pesticides. The dangers and health risks associated with simply using pesticides are very real. They are… Continue Reading →

How Fat Joe Lost 100 Pounds and Changed His Body

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Cheap chicken a major health risk, study finds

This post was originally published on this site(Editor’s Note: Germanwatch is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Bonn, Germany. It seeks to influence public policy on trade, the environment, and relations between countries in the industrialized north and underdeveloped south.)… Continue Reading →

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

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Surprising Facts You Never Knew (But Should!) About Sunscreen

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Senate Environment Committee Considers Legislative Package To Combat PFAS Contamination Crisis

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Washington Becomes First State to Legalize Human Body Composting

This post was originally published on this site Washington became the first U.S. state to legalize human composting Tuesday, offering residents a more environmentally friendly way to dispose of their remains, AFP reported. The bill, signed by Governor and climate-focused… Continue Reading →

7 Nutrient Deficiencies That Are Incredibly Common

This post was originally published on this site By Adda Bjarnadottir, MS Many nutrients are essential for good health. While it’s possible to get most of them from a balanced diet, the typical Western diet is low in several very… Continue Reading →

FDA launches tougher oversight of supplements

This post was originally published on this siteIn early February, the FDA announced plans to increase oversight of the ever-growing, $50-billion-a-year dietary supplements industry, over its concerns about risks to consumers. (Do you honestly believe they are concerned for consumers?… Continue Reading →

6 Reasons Impossible Burger’s CEO Is Wrong About GMO Soy

This post was originally published on this site By Pat Thomas Throughout the U.S., major food brands are trying to get rid of GMO ingredients — not necessarily for the right reasons, but because nearly half of consumers say they… Continue Reading →

Thins your brain, yet its popularity is soaring

This post was originally published on this siteWritten by Dr. Joseph Mercola Most people today live in a sea of radiofrequencies emitted from wireless technologies of all kinds, from routers to smartphones, tablets, baby monitors, TVs, appliances, smart meters and many… Continue Reading →

Riding Out the Storm of Lyme: The Healing Lifestyle that Carried Jeff Tkach to Recovery

This post was originally published on this siteBy Jeff Tkach Posted 5/22/19 Throughout my adult life, I’ve always been a proactively healthy and fit person. I’ve been known to ride my bike more than 100 miles in a given day,… Continue Reading →

Global Climate Revolt Escalates: 1,351+ Strikes in 110 Countries Planned for Friday

This post was originally published on this site By Julia Conley Two months after what was reportedly the largest international climate demonstration ever, young people around the world are expected to make history again on Friday with a second global… Continue Reading →

Does Shopping Ethically Really Make a Difference?

This post was originally published on this site By Cullen Schwarz Ethical shopping is a somewhat new phenomenon. We’re far more familiar with the “tried and tested” methods of doing good, like donating our money or time. But while Americans… Continue Reading →

Where have all our insects gone?

This post was originally published on this site(Editor’s Note: Let’s hope last summer was just a fluke. The insects that live in each of our ecosystems have a specific job and help life as we know it, continue. With spring… Continue Reading →

Australian tourists are struck down by nasty strain of influenza after catching flights to and from the island

This post was originally published on this siteA couple of Australians claim they got the flu during their recent return flights from Bali (or while they were there). And it’s a pretty nasty strain of influenza A, even leaving one… Continue Reading →

To Save Slow-Breeding Giants, Biologists Recommend New Method for Defining Endangered Species

This post was originally published on this site When it comes to saving some of the planet’s largest animals, a group of researchers says that old methods of conservation just won’t cut it anymore. None Typically, conservationists use a methodology… Continue Reading →

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