Should You Microwave Your Underwear?

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July 26, 2017 | 18,256 Views

Your underwear is teeming with bacteria, yeast and E. coli that are transferred to your washing machine and shared with all the clothing you wash. I'll give you several strategies to reduce the bacterial soup that clings to your clothing and options to sanitize your undergarments to reduce the potential for infection.

Shocking Discovery - Organic Mac 'n' Cheese May Contain Plastic Chemicals

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July 26, 2017 | 7,606 Views

If you purchase organic products for your family, you may be interested to learn that this organic box mix contains more than what you might have bargained for. This residue has been linked to neurodevelopmental conditions and infertility. I'll give you strategies to help reduce your exposure.

New CDC Director Supports Soda Industry Science

cdc director supports soda industry

July 25, 2017 | 95,735 Views

Your wellbeing is extremely vulnerable to this issue. So much so, it could be the single most important health decision you make today. Yet, deep pockets quietly work to snatch your life away by luring you into this potent health trap - which then makes them even richer.

Chemotherapy Spreading Cancer

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July 25, 2017 | 29,870 Views

Women with breast cancer often receive chemotherapy prior to surgery in order to shrink tumors, but doing so has been shown to increase the likelihood that the cancer may metastasize, or spread into other areas of the body. Ironically - and tragically - this could end up increasing a woman's risk of dying from the disease.

Can This Deer Disease Be Transmitted to Humans?

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July 25, 2017 | 14,540 Views

Chronic wasting disease, a mad-cow-like disease that infects deer, elk and moose, has long been said to not be transmittable to humans. New research in macaque monkeys suggests otherwise, however, providing evidence that the disease may be transmitted via contaminated meat.

Coffee Leads to Longer Life

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July 24, 2017 | 39,830 Views

Once again, studies have found that drinking coffee is good for you and in several ways, including by beneficially impacting disease in your body and even your risk of death. What you put in your coffee, from conventional milk to fake creamers, can make it bad for you, but more studies show a much better option: MCT oil.

Strawberry Compound a Key to Good Memory

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July 24, 2017 | 14,708 Views

More research is emerging about a little-known compound called fisetin, shown to have multiple disease-negating effects throughout your body, especially in your brain. Strawberries contain more fisetin than any other fruit, but they also top the 'Dirty Dozen' list of most pesticide-ridden produce. How can you get around that?

How a Fasting-Mimicking Diet Can Help You Live Longer

How a Fasting-Mimicking Diet Can Help You Live Longer

July 23, 2017 | 153,519 Views

Guess what one of the best strategies to lower premature death is? It's like an iron shield for your mitochondria, helps you drop abdominal flab, boosts stem cell production and keeps cancer at bay. Plus, it lowers inflammation, a key factor in all chronic disease. Are you doing it?

Spicy Rainbow Pasta With All-Veggie Noodles

Spicy Rainbow Pasta

July 23, 2017 | 30,988 Views

Ditch your wheat-based pasta noodles and substitute them with vegetables for a healthier meal. This recipe shows you exactly how to make healthy and delicious pasta using vegetables and various spices.

Why Chili Peppers and Spicy Foods Trigger Hiccups

why spicy food cause hiccups

July 22, 2017 | 17,175 Views

Spicy foods are common fare in Central America, Asia and India. The chemical responsible for the heat in chili peppers may trigger hiccups, but also helps support good health and may help your body fight some cancers. I'll give you strategies to control the hiccups spicy foods may trigger.

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