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The Case Against Yoga Pants and Other Technical Athletic Wear

March 29, 2017 | 115,660 Views

They're considered a picture of health, but every time you wash them, they shed fibers and toxins - contributing to 1.7 million tons of a deadly substance that enters the oceans each year.

Have We Had Enough of Daylight Saving Time Yet?

March 29, 2017 | 20,610 Views

Initiated during World War I with the intention of saving energy, daylight saving time can increase your risk of car accidents, depression and heart attack at every annual time change. Although activists are earnestly attempting to alter the situation, it may take years to achieve. I'll give you strategies to reduce your risks.

Big Pharma Channeled Opioids to Black Market

March 29, 2017 | 14,971 Views

The opioid-overdose epidemic strangling the US benefits no one - except the pharmaceutical companies manufacturing the drugs. One city in Washington is suing one such drug maker, alleging the company knowingly funneled the drug into the city for use on the black market.

Evidence EPA Colluded With Monsanto to Dismiss Cancer Concerns Grows Stronger

March 28, 2017 | 131,282 Views

He bragged that his double-dealing actions should earn him a medal. Would that be a medal for valor or selfishness? And just who was he colluding with during this bragging session? Find out for yourself - because after all, he's charged with protecting your health.

The Grass Really Is Greener

March 28, 2017 | 17,517 Views

Grass fed dairy is better for you, the environment and the cows that produce it, but grass fed still represents just a small fraction of the dairy industry as a whole. Find out why grazing cows on natural grasslands is important for environmental rejuvenation and agricultural diversity, as well as what label to look for when choosing grass fed dairy.

Why Does Health Care Ignore Your Mouth?

March 28, 2017 | 21,403 Views

The field of dentistry is viewed as entirely separate from the field of medicine, even though your oral health heavily influences your overall health. Many people lack access to affordable dental coverage while the American Dental Association lobbies to keep it that way.

B Vitamins May Protect Against Damaging Effects of Air Pollution, and Improve Cognition and Psychiatric Health

March 27, 2017 | 160,112 Views

You'd never give an enemy access to something as important as your brain. Yet millions neglect this nutrient, and its shortfall throws your brain out of whack, triggering mood, memory and anxiety problems. Also leads to dementia and Alzheimer's. Don't let this happen to you.

Resveratrol Proven to Slow Brain Aging

March 27, 2017 | 31,647 Views

Resveratrol is a potent antioxidant found in grape skins and several plant-based foods. New research has revealed it may offer neuroprotective benefits similar to exercise and reduced calories. Scientists have new hope for breakthroughs that would impact age-related problems, including Alzheimer’s.

Prunes or Plums — Which Has More Benefits?

March 27, 2017 | 35,800 Views

Dried plums, once known as prunes, have gotten a bad rap, as they’re linked to having a laxative effect, but for many people, this is a blessing. This outcome helps lower your risk of colon cancer, your gut develop good bacteria and may not only prevent but reverse osteoporosis.

Market Rejection of GMOs Grows — Four-Year Plan to Topple Toxic Agriculture

March 26, 2017 | 205,088 Views

For the first time in nearly 20 years, the growth of this deadly substance has decreased. Finally, we're starting to realize it's full of nasty residues, which clog up your veins. Have you made the shift, or are you still falling for their lies?

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