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Hacked Emails Reveal Coca-Cola and Hilary's Dirty Little Secret

October 26, 2016 | 13,766 Views

DC leaks recently disseminated hacked correspondence revealing just how intimate of a relationship Coca-Cola has with presidential candidate Hilary Clinton's camp.

Why Hospital Beds Should Have Warning Signs

October 26, 2016 | 2,315 Views

Being admitted into a hospital may not be as safe as you might believe. Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls this a 'winnable battle,' it appears it won't be won in the near future. However, there are strategies you can use to reduce your potential for succumbing to this health threat.

Soylent Sickness

October 26, 2016 | 1,378 Views

Start-up company Soylent has received numerous complaints about their meal replacement bars causing gastrointestinal disturbances. These issues have also brought to light other health challenges their nutritional process may cause.

This Year’s Mammogram Month Launched With Devastating Report on Harms and Lack of Effectiveness

October 25, 2016 | 122,913 Views

The controversy and debate seem unending. They tell you to take these studies with a grain of salt. But evidence of harm keeps piling up. And even though Congress ordered insurance to pay up for it, you'll want to get the facts and proceed with caution. Your life could be on the line.

Hurricane Floodwaters Cause CAFO Waste Lagoons to Overflow

October 25, 2016 | 11,880 Views

Floodwaters from Hurricane Matthew magnify the risks posed by concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in North Carolina. The waters may breach so-called waste 'lagoons,' allowing untreated, disease-ridden waste to flow freely into the surrounding environment.

Crying Over Spilled Milk

October 25, 2016 | 16,063 Views

A swiftly growing industrial dairy industry in the U.S. has created a milk glut. With millions of gallons of excess milk and no interested buyers, farmers are dumping the milk and watching prices tank. It represents just one more downfall of the U.S. industrialized, centralized food system.

Neem Shows Promise in Prostate Cancer Treatment

October 24, 2016 | 165,586 Views

The ancient Vedas refer to it as a tree 'capable of curing every illness' and animal research suggests a bioactive compound found within it may pop this cancer bubble when taken orally for 3 months. Without drugs, surgery, radiation or side effects.

Growing, Preparing and Storing Your Leafy Greens

October 24, 2016 | 26,031 Views

If you like the idea of 'eating local,' you can't do much better than to grow your food. One of the easiest and most nutritious veggies to start with: Leafy greens, from Swiss chard to arugula to frilly red leaf lettuce. High in fiber, folic acid, potassium and numerous phytochemicals, leafy greens have an easy fermentation process that will introduce Lactobacillus into your system, as well as significantly improve your health.

Hawthorn Berry for Your Heart

October 24, 2016 | 21,582 Views

The common hawthorn bush, related to roses and apples, bears flowers and tiny red fruit. Ancient healers found the plant amazingly effective for heart problems. Modern research backs it up, showing that it significantly enhances circulation to the heart and brain, improves angina, alleviates pain, and improves irregular heartbeat and cardiac arrhythmia - and they're discovering other benefits, besides.

How LED Lighting May Compromise Your Health

October 23, 2016 | 354,686 Views

Beware the hidden sight-stealing properties of this light. Hardly anyone realizes how risky it is, and I didn't either for the longest time. But now we know it sabotages your retina - disrupting eye repair and regeneration. It's linked to age-related macular degeneration and non-eye conditions. Don't risk it.

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