Top Four Household Factors That Can Influence Your Cancer Risk

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May 24, 2017 | 68,802 Views

Most are completely oblivious about the fact they're slowly poisoning themselves on a daily basis by not knowing about these 4 concealed enemies lurking in their home, which are boosting their risk of cancer a little bit every single day.

Common Pain Relievers Are Causing Heart Attacks

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May 24, 2017 | 21,433 Views

Many consider nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs innocuous as they are available over-the-counter. Yet these drugs are associated with an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Fortunately, there are many ways to address pain without significant side effects.

Cotton Swabs Send Dozens of Kids to the ER Every Day

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May 24, 2017 | 8,040 Views

Nearly three dozen children are treated in the emergency room every day after injuring their ears with a cotton swab. Using a foreign object to clean your ear may be dangerous and is unnecessary. I'll give you tips to safely keep your and your child's ears clean and dry.

How Cellphones Can Cause Brain Tumors and Trigger Chronic Disease

How Cellphones Can Cause Brain Tumors and Trigger Chronic Disease

May 23, 2017 | 140,036 Views

Could there actually be a risk worse than a brain tumor from using a cellphone? Researchers recently concluded a $30 million study to evaluate the effects of prolonged exposure in mammals, reflecting the average person's use of their cellphone. After this exhaustive two-year study, here's what they found.

Fluoridated Water Destroys Your Brain and Teeth

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May 23, 2017 | 20,434 Views

The majority of US kids suffer from dental fluorosis, a discoloration and mottling of teeth caused by overexposure to fluoride in drinking water. Adding insult to injury, the neurotoxic poison added to water supplies doesn't even work to lower rates of tooth decay.

The War on Chiropractic Must End to Improve Painkiller Addiction

The War on Chiropractic Must End to Improve Painkiller Addiction

May 23, 2017 | 22,801 Views

The US Food and Drug Administration is urging health care providers to become informed about nondrug options for treating chronic pain, including chiropractic care. Embracing safer pain-relieving alternatives is a crucial element in winning the war against painkiller addiction and overdose deaths.

The Case Against Beans and Other Foods Containing Toxic Lectins

The Case Against Beans and Other Foods Containing Toxic Lectins

May 22, 2017 | 176,207 Views

You probably didn't see this coming. After all, they're plant foods most people consider healthy, not hazardous. But be forewarned: They can be as bad as gluten, linked to thyroid problems, arthritis, diabetes, heart disease and obesity. And this faux pas can even land you in the ER.

Resveratrol Improves Arteries

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May 22, 2017 | 26,791 Views

Atherosclerosis, also known as hardening or stiffness of the arteries, is a concern among people with type 2 diabetes because it heightens the risk of both heart disease and stroke. But a new study shows that resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant, can decrease artery stiffness effectively.

How Important Is It to Calculate Net Carbs?

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May 22, 2017 | 20,131 Views

Whether you're a bicyclist, a mom or a desk jockey, you hear a lot about carbs and how they should fit into your diet. A lot of the dialogue involves counting net carbs, but calculating them correctly is crucial. Enter Chronometer, an online system to track your net carbs and more than 40 micronutrients, with a focus on nutrition analysis.

Basic Introduction to Metabolic Mitochondrial Therapy

Basic Introduction to Metabolic Mitochondrial Therapy

May 21, 2017 | 159,256 Views

When your body primarily burns this for fuel, these 2 nasties are created, which damage your cellular mitochondrial membranes and DNA, leading to degenerative diseases like cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Changing this habit could save your life.

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