How Excess Iron Raises Your Risk for Alzheimer’s

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May 24, 2018 | 20,237 Views

Also includes the pots and pans, cereals and breads, drinking water, and supplements to steer clear of to ensure it doesn't build up in your brain and offset Alzheimer's. Plus, a simple test I strongly suggest to check your levels before it's too late.

Depression Spikes 33 Percent in 5 Years

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May 24, 2018 | 2,504 Views

A major stateside health insurer reports depression rates have increased 33 percent in the past five years. Because depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses affect all age groups and genders, be advised that natural treatments are available and are well worth investigating.

Have You Heard of Nettle Oil's Many Benefits?

Nettle Oil

May 24, 2018 | 67,788 Views

Did you know that nettle, a common backyard weed, can produce an essential oil with profound benefits? Extracted from the leaves and stems of the plant, nettle oil is said to have anti-inflammatory effects, making it efficient for easing rheumatism and arthritis, as well as helping heal skin abrasions and burns.

Latest Update on Toxicity of Popular Weed Killer and Proposed Rule for Labeling of GMOs

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May 23, 2018 | 77,032 Views

By disrupting how your cell membranes function, this can actually kill your cells. And that's not good news considering how pervasive this chemical has become in both your food and living environment. Just when we thought its active ingredient was the demon, now we're learning it's the formula itself that's the kiss of death.

What Is Thirdhand Smoke?

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May 23, 2018 | 12,095 Views

Smokeless settings are sometimes filled with tobacco-related chemicals, called thirdhand smoke. First deposited on surfaces and sometimes odorless, they become airborne under the right conditions, increasing your risk of disease.

Air Pollution and Cold Days Spike Cardiac Events

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May 23, 2018 | 9,611 Views

Exposure to rising air pollution on cooler days may trigger a fatal cardiac event unrelated to a typical heart attack. Despite medical improvements, survival is the exception. I'll share preventive strategies to reduce your risk.

Two Major Legal Victories in Federal Court Case to End Water Fluoridation

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May 22, 2018 | 77,019 Views

They've tried everything to ensure the wool stays firmly pulled over your eyes, including dismissing the case, prohibiting the release of internal EPA documents and limiting evidence - here's an overview of their shameless attempts to deceive you.

How Farmed and Frankenfish Salmon Endanger Our Most Perfect Food

farmed and frankenfish salmon

May 22, 2018 | 17,344 Views

Genetically engineered salmon modified to grow at an unnaturally fast speed, and farmed salmon raised in highly polluting ocean pens, are turning salmon - a healthy food source valued for centuries - into nutrition and environmental disasters. What should you look for to avoid frankenfish and choose real salmon instead?

Stomach Band Claimed to Resolve Obesity

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May 22, 2018 | 18,901 Views

With rates of obesity at epidemic levels, some are resorting to bariatric surgery as a solution. Far from being a cure, this invasive procedure carries a risk of significant complications and death. A true cure is out there, however, and it doesn’t involve stapling or banding your stomach.

What Is Camu Camu Good For?

citrus fruits

May 21, 2018 | 122,409 Views

Hailed for its ability to ameliorate ailments including cold sores, herpes, shingles, colds and flu - it also assists with wound healing, reducing plaque buildup in your brain, repairing bones and teeth, and helping absorb iron. Yet odds are you've never heard of it.

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