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  • BPA Targets Your Manhood, New Study Finds

  • The United States manufactures millions of pounds of the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) each year, but researchers are showing exposure to just a teeny-tiny amount could hit a guy where it hurts most—his manhood. A new study published in the journal PLOS Genetics uncovers exactly how BPA—a popular c...
  • Birth Control Pills Linked to Rare Brain Cancer

    • The importance of safe sex isn't lost on us, but shouldn't safe sex be, well, safe? Using hormonal contraceptives, including oral contraceptives, for more than five years is associated with an increased risk of a rare brain tumor, glioma of the brain, according to research published in the . Now, before we sound the alarm, the researchers say that hormonal birth control still ...

  • Step on Work Stress with a Lunchtime Walk

    • Taking a walk on your lunch break can immediately lift your mood and help you cope with stress at work, the New York Times reports — a good message for bosses as well as workers. The University of Birmingham led study followed normally sedentary office workers who took thrice-weekly half-hour walks for 10 weeks. Workers […]

  • Popular Painkillers Can Cause Birth Defects

    • Powerful painkilling drugs can raise the risk of birth defects during pregnancy, yet use of prescription painkillers like Oxycontin is common among women of childbearing age, according to research from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Reuters reports that one in three women ages 18-44 who are on Medicaid were prescribed drugs containing […]

  • Cigarette packets law flawed - firms

    • The tobacco industry warns plans to introduce plain cigarette packaging are "flawed" - with UKIP's Nigel Farage calling it an "appalling intrusion into consumer choice".

  • UK Supermarkets Under Pressure Over Chicken Campylobacter Contamination

  • The Consumers’ Association in the United Kingdom, which goes by the brand name Which?, is following up on the recent release of fresh whole chicken Campylobacter contamination rates by supermarket chain by asking chief executives what they are going to do about it. As promised, at the end of a yea...
  • Supplements Are Not Food Additives

    • Federal law makes it very clear that food additives and supplements are not to be treated the same way. But once again the FDA doesn’t seem to care about the law. Last month the FDA to receive input from the public on updating “Redbook.” That...

  • It's time to stop perpetuating the myth that sunlight causes cancer

    • An individual's view of health determinants is directly correlated to their sources and how they process information. Regardless of its accuracy, when something is repeated a sufficient number of times, people will start to believe it. The cancer and sunscreen industries have made it their mission to convince the world that sunlight is a primary cause of skin cancer, when it fa...

  • Do You Eat Fish? You Could be Eating Plastic

    • Plastic pollution from our clothing is being eaten by fish ... and those fish are being eaten by humans.

  • Health Tip: Risk Factors for Constipation

    • Including lack of dietary fiber

  • Being Inactive Is Twice as Deadly as Being Obese

  • Think about your day yesterday: What did you waste 20 minutes on? Maybe it was watching that extra TV show or hitting the snooze button two or three times. But being smarter about how you use those 20 minutes could save your life, according to research published in the . In a study of 334,000 peo...
  • Sitting for long periods raises the risk of disease, death

    • The amount of time a person sits during the day is associated with a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and death, regardless of regular exercise,

  • 12 Effects of Chronic Stress on Your Brain

    • Chronic stress increases one of the stress hormones that affects many brain functions, putting you at risk for several mental and physiological conditions.

  • 10 toxic chemicals in personal care products

    • (NaturalHealth365) Opting for locally sourced, whole foods is a critical step in taking care of your personal health. But, being concerned about what food goes into your mouth is only half the battle. You may be surprised to learn the personal care items you and your family are using – every day – are putting ...

  • This Food Works as Well as Statins to Lower Cholesterol

    • Is it possible that the common tomato can do as good a job at lowering cholesterol as statin drugs for only a fraction of the cost and without side effects?

  • The Surprising Thing That Kills More People Than Obesity

  • Americans spend a lot of time worrying about weight. We try every new diet trick that comes along in our quest to lower that number on the scale. We do it because we want to look better and feel better. And because we know that carrying too much weight is unhealthy. But there's something that else t...
  • Flame Retardants and DEET Now in Swimming Pools

    • By Dr. Mercola About 75 percent of California residents have flame-retardant chemicals in their bodies, according to a late 2014 study. Many of them had no less than six different kinds, including one (chlorinated tris, or TDCIPP) that was phased out of children’s pajamas in the 1970s. Also surprising was the discovery of tris-(2-chloroethyl) phosphate, or TCEP, which has...

  • The Long-Term Effects of Foodborne Illness Can Change Your Life

    • (This article by Karen Fifield, a food-safety educator with Michigan State University Extension, was published here on Jan. 5, 2015, and is reposted with permission.) Most of the time we think of food poisoning as stomach cramps and maybe vomiting and diarrhea. Rarely do we hear or see the long-term effects it can have on...

  • Magnesium: An Invisible Deficiency That Could Be Harming Your Health

    • By Dr. Mercola Magnesium is a mineral used by every organ in your body, especially your heart, muscles, and kidneys. If you suffer from unexplained fatigue or weakness, abnormal heart rhythms or even muscle spasms and eye twitches, low levels of magnesium could be to blame. If you’ve recently had a blood test, you might assume it would show a magnesium deficiency. But on...

  • How Avocado Can Help Improve Your Cholesterol, Heart, and Brain Health

    • By Dr. Mercola Avocados are an excellent source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat that is easily burned for energy, while being low in fructose. Not surprisingly, improved weight management, is one of the health benefits of avocado consumption,...

  • Booze before bed WONT help you snooze

  • Many people enjoy a tot of their favourite tipple before hitting the sack, but a new study, conducted at The University of Melbourne in Australia, warns that it may also reduce well-being in the daytime too.
  • Turmeric prevents fear being stored in the brain, scientists claim

    • Psychologists from The City University of New York found that the Indian spice also removed pre-existing fear memories in the brains of rats.

  • Big groups oppose mandatory flu shots including American Medical Association

    • Labor unions representing professionals and skilled workers from many fields have publicly opposed mandatory vaccination in written statements to a government organization. Doctors, nurses, surgeons, skilled laborers, teachers, flight attendants, manufacturing employees, energy workers, and members of many more professions have spoken out against mandatory vaccines to the Natio...

  • Study reveals cancer screening does not save lives

    • Should we be looking for disease in people who don't have any symptoms? A large new study indicates the answer is NO. Subject to an increasingly expansive disease screening programs, unsuspecting healthy individuals are being transformed into patients every day. Massive 'awareness raising' campaigns funded by industries that either cause disease by creating and promoting harmfu...

  • 2 Exercises That Lower Diabetes Risk

    • Need a little motivation for that new year’s resolution to hit the gym more often? New research has found that there are some types of exercise that might lower your diabetes risk. Doctors have known for a while about the correlation between diabetes and exercise, but until now it was thought to be aerobic workouts […]

  • The Forgotten History of Vaccinations You Need to Be Aware Of

  • By Dr. Mercola Vaccines are one of the most controversial medical therapies, and it's impossible to make an informed decision unless you know both sides of the story. In the process of knowing both sides, the historical context is critical. Dr. Suzanne Humphries, author of , is a nephrologist wh...
  • Living near more trees means fewer antidepressants

    • Trees are incredibly smart. They run on sunshine, provide shade in summer and ever so kindly drop their leaves to allow the winter sun through. And now a team from the University of Exeter has determined that they are good for our mental health, too. Londoners who had more trees on their street popped fewer antidepressant pills.

  • Why are so Many Healthy People Dying from the Flu After Receiving the Flu Shot?

    • Another flu death of an otherwise healthy person after receiving the flu vaccine has been reported in Wisconsin. WISN in Wisconsin is reporting that 26-year-old Katherine McQuestion has died from flu complications, after she received the flu shot. ...

  • Study Shows Herb as Effective as High Blood Pressure Drug

    • Most people already know the health benefits of eating olive oil on a regular basis, but an increasing amount of research is showing that olive oil isn’t the only therapeutic part of these trees. The leaf of the trees have long been used for their anti-viral properties as well. And, according to research in the […]

  • Don’t Worry: USDA Says Pesticide-Laden Food is Safe to Eat

    • The USDA recently claimed that current pesticides levels on food are safe, and that we should continue eating food coated with toxic chemicals.

  • USDA Green-Lights Yet Another Monsanto GMO Crop

  • Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved the sale and planting of Monsanto’s genetically engineered dicamba-tolerant soybeans and cotton. This approval follows that of 2,4-D tolerant soybeans and corn, billed as the next generation of herbicide-tolerant crops to tackle glyphosate ...
  • Healthy teeth and healthy gums equal a healthy heart

    • (NaturalHealth365) Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Although there are many contributing factors to the development of cardiovascular disease – inflammation is the critical factor. Inflammation drives the progression of atherosclerotic plaque within the arteries and is the critical factor in plaque rupture that leads to clot formation ...

  • New Study Says Ocean Life is Facing Mass Extinction. Here’s What We Can do to Stop it

    • A new study shows the world's ocean life is entering a period of extinction ... the good news is there's still time to stop it.

  • The Disturbing Ways Factory Farms Have Altered the Natural Size of Pigs

    • The news is in ... factory farm pigs are too fat! Let's take a look at how we have altered pigs size and what you can do to stop this.

  • Many Americans Who Drink Also Take Prescription Medications: Study

    • But researchers couldn't determine if people surveyed were using both simultaneously

  • Poor Sleep Tied to More Drinking, Drug Use by Teens

  • That increases chances of accidents, injuries and unplanned pregnancies, study says
  • Vitamin D 'aids the immune system to fight colorectal cancer'

    • A new study has demonstrated in a large human population sample that vitamin D's immune system-aiding qualities help the body to fight colorectal cancer cells

  • Research finds potassium salts aid bone health and limit osteoporosis risk

    • Latest research from the University of Surrey has found that the potassium salts (bicarbonate and citrate) plentiful in fruit and vegetables, play an important part in improving bone health.

  • Got Computer Vision Syndrome – We Have Food For That!

    • Significant improvement in refractive values and eyestrain symptoms in test subjects of the control group who ate black currants... The post appeared first on .

  • Healthy Foods That Improve Your Blood Flow

    • Whether you think about your blood flow or not, it's essential to a healthy body. Did you know your blood can control nearly every other aspect of your health? Here's how to take care of it through diet (and a few other lifestyle tips too)!

  • Toxin Alert: Common Household Items to Avoid for Better Indoor Air Quality

  • Did you know that Indoor air pollution can be way higher than outdoor? Check out these products you should avoid.
  • Painkiller Abuse Is Down, But People May Be Turning To Something Even Worse

    • By Gene Emery (Reuters Health) - Abuse of opiate-based prescription painkillers such as oxycodone and morphine peaked around 2010-2011 and now may be on the decline in the United States, according to an analysis of databases designed to track illicit use of the drugs. New laws, programs and policies, such as prescription tracking systems and the reformulation of oxycodone to ma...

  • Superbugs on Retail Chicken

    • One of the most concerning developments in medicine is the emergence of bacterial super-resistance--resistance not just to one class of drugs, like penicillin, but to multiple classes of drugs (so-called multi-drug resistance). In the 2013 Retail Meat Report, the...

  • Is Nanotechnology in Your Cosmetics Safe?

    • When the cutting-edge science of nanoparticle research collides with your beauty routine, the results range from confusing to dangerous. So we sat down with Marina Vance, PhD, associate director of Virginia Tech's Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, to get the truth about nanotechnology in your cosmetics. What Are Nanoparticles?Nanoparticles are microscopic particles used i...

  • Humans Are Damaging the High Seas — Now the Oceans Are Doing Harm Back

    • About 3 billion people live within 100 miles (160km) of the sea, a number that could double in the next decade as humans flock to coastal cities like gulls. The oceans produce $3 trillion of goods and services each year and untold value for the Earth’s ecology. Life could not exist without these vast water reserves--and, if anything, they are becoming even more important to h...

  • How Microplastics from Fleece Could End Up on Your Plate

  • You wouldn’t eat the tiny plastic fibers that come off your fleece jacket, would you? Research released last week suggests we might be eating the fish that do. The study–the first of its kind–found that Great Lakes fish are swallowing micro-plastic fibers [PDF] that have found their way into t...
  • Statins Could End Up Costing You Your Eyesight

    • New research suggests that statins increase the risks of developing cataracts.

  • Do You Live Near a Fraccident? Check Out This Map to Find Out

    • There are many reasons that fracking for natural gas is a terrible idea. Find out if you live by a potential fracking site.

  • 6 Tips To Improve Indoor Air Quality

    • Just outside my window the ground is covered with a light dusting of fresh snow. Last check, the outdoor thermometer read a chilly two degrees Fahrenheit. Keeping the doors and windows tightly closed is a necessity as the winter months settle in. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) people spend 90 percent or more of […]

  • This is Why We Need to Stop Using Plastic (Infographic)

    • This telling infographic exposes the sad truth about our dependency on plastic while offering alternative solutions to protect the world from pollution.

  • Sprayed on our Food, Round Up Deemed ‘Toxic Household Waste’ by Trash Collectors

  • Monsanto’s favorite herbicide, Round Up is considered a Hazmat issue for local cities and towns as employees can be harmed by toxic fumes.
  • BPA-free alternative may be just as bad as BPA

    • Bisphenol S, a chemical thought to be a safe alternative to , can be just as dangerous for fetal brain development, says a new study.   Using zebrafish, Canadian researchers have found that low-dose exposure to either BPA or its popular , in the equivalent of a human's second trimester has "real and measurable effects on brain development and behavior."

  • 7 Great Reasons Why You Should Skip Fish at Your Next Meal

    • It’s time we tune out the tuna trend once and for all -- for the fish, for the environment, and for the future of the Earth. The following are just a few of the reasons why skipping fish should be a crazy obvious choice.

  • Scary Ingredients in Commercial Baby Food and How to Make Your Own at Home

    • Baby foods are a highly profitable industry but there are some secretly unhealthy ingredients hidden in baby foods you might not be able to spot right off the label. Here's what to avoid and tips for making your own.

  • Industry-Friendly Approach to Regulating GMOs

    • The Economic Research Service, an arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in its second report, Genetically Engineered Crops in the United States, downplayed the impact of glyphosate resistance and gave Bt crops the kid gloves treatment.

  • How Red Meat Interferes with the Immune System

  • There has been a lot of controversy surrounding red meat in recent years, with some experts concerned that eating large amounts may increase the risk of heart disease, atherosclerosis, and type 2 diabetes. While meat could be considered a natural food, its conventional processing often results in a ...
  • The Alzheimer's Fighter That's Already on Your Spice Rack

    • Treatment for Alzheimer's disease may be closer than we thought—like, coming from inside the house close. It's probably already in your kitchen. Curcumin, a natural component of the bright yellow culinary spice , may serve as a treatment for brain disease, according to published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. The damage that stems from beta-amyloids, protein fragme...

  • Nutrient additions to vitamin waters and energy drinks offer little or no benefit

    • A new study by researchers working at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University investigated the nutritional benefits of novel beverages (vitamin waters, energy drinks, and novel juices) sold...

  • New sugar drinks policy launched by experts at the British Dietetic Association

    • The British Dietetic Association (BDA) has produced a new policy on sugary drinks entitled Interventions Which Reduce the Consumption of Energy from Sugary Drinks in Children.

  • Well: Blueberries May Lower Blood Pressure

    • A cup a day of blueberries lowered blood pressure in older women with hypertension.

  • Is wi-fi harming your children?

  • The controversial report claims that children absorb more radiation than adults, and calls for guidelines to be re-examined.
  • How safe is your manicure? How budget nail salons are using a substance so strong, it's BANNED in th...

    • According to a new BBC documentary, cheap nail salons could be using - and lying about using - chemical methyl methacrylate (MMA) which is so potent and poisonous that it’s banned in America.

  • Widely-used painkiller now only available on prescription after being linked to heart problems

    • Millions of people take the anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac for a range of conditions including arthritis, headaches, back pain and gout.

  • Smoking Rots You from the Inside

    • By Dr. Mercola According to the latest federal data, only about 42 million Americans (or 18 percent of the adult population) smoke cigarettes. I say only because this is actually the lowest percentage since the US government began tracking such data in 1965. If you smoke, quitting is absolutely essential to get your health on track. But I do strongly recommend that you get ...

  • Study finds children more at danger to WiFi exposure than previously thought

    • Most parents would be concerned if their children had significant exposure to lead, chloroform, gasoline fumes, or the pesticide DDT. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IRIC), part of the United Nations' World Health Organization (WHO), classifies these and more than 250 other agents as Class 2B Carcinogens. Another entry on that same list is radiofrequency electr...

  • Foods for Computer Eye Strain

  • What happens to our eyesight when we sit in front of a computer all day? As researchers from the SUNY College of Optometry note, the rise in computer screens "has led to an increase in ocular and visual problems,...
  • Popular 'BPA-Free' Chemical Causes Brain Damage, Study Finds

    • The go-to chemical used in BPA-free products is just as dangerous, or even more harmful, than BPA itself, according to a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Dozens of studies link the common plastic chemical bisphenol A (BPA) to all sorts of health problems, including breast and prostate cancers, , type 2 diabetes, autism, , asthma, inferti...

  • DIY Bathroom Cleaners Without Air Contaminants

    • Bathrooms are dirty places. Pee, poop, mildew, mold, and plenty of moisture — it makes total sense why one would pull out the hardcore cleaners to wash and disinfect the loo.  However, consider the effect of bathroom cleaners on indoor air quality. The United States Environmental Protection Agency names household cleaners as one source of […]

  • Hazardous levels of mercury found hundreds of miles downstream from Peruvian gold mines

    • Researchers have determined that the health risks taken on by artisanal, small-scale gold miners extend far beyond the miners themselves.

  • Eating less salt may reduce the risk of stomach cancer: UEG calls for greater salt-awareness across ...

    • Stomach cancer is diagnosed in around 80,000 people in the European Union (EU) each year1 and is associated with a very poor prognosis.

  • Exposure to This Chemical Linked to Low Testosterone

  • A recent study indicates BPA exposure may be linked to 'Low T'.
  • Let Your Kids Sleep More For Better Grades

    • Slumber particularly helps with math, says a new study.

  • Many Who Take a Daily Aspirin Don’t Need It

    • Many healthy people take a daily aspirin to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, but a new study has found that more than 11 percent of them should not be doing so.

  • These Common Kitchen Items are More Toxic than You Think

    • Unfortunately, many common kitchen items do not come without health concerns - even things as simple as cooking pans and bottled water.

  • You Won’t Believe How Much Pesticide You’re Eating Every Day

    • A recent study proves once again that the average consumer is ingesting tons of pesticide chemicals, largely due to the planting of GMO crops.

  • 5 Astonishing Facts About Bee-Killing Pesticides

  • Humans have sprayed all sorts of pesticides to protect their crops since 2000 BC. Yet, after the Second World War, their use increased 50-fold. With so many chemicals left over, manufacturers decided to take the poisons meant to demolish and injure humans, and wage an eternal war against bugs ins...
  • 10 Things Everything American Should Know About Toxins

    • Toxins in the body and chemical body burden are out of control in America. There are currently 82,000 synthetic chemicals in the foods we eat, the toys our children touch, the products we use to clean our homes, the air we breathe, and the cosmetics we apply to our skin — and only a fraction […]

  • What Eating an Avocado a Day Can Do For Your Health

    • Eating on avocado a day, as part of a moderate-fat diet, can improve cholesterol levels in overweight or obese people, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. But there's so much more to this fabulous fruit!

  • Banned in 160 nations, why is this growth hormone in U.S. meat?

    • The fabulous taste of bacon is more popular than ever. But if you are eating conventionally-produced bacon or other pork products, chances are great that you are consuming ractopamine, a livestock growth altering drug so dangerous that 160 countries around the world have banned its use. Not the U.S. though, where this chemical additive has been given the green light by the FDA,...

  • Study links between circumcision and autism in boys under 10

    • Circumcised boys have a much higher chance of developing attention-deficit disorder and autism by age 10, the hotly debated research from Denmark says. But not all experts are comfortable with the "extremely speculative findings." The risk is doubled if a boy is circumcised before five, the Statens Serum Institut study also claims. The link, they say, is in the stress caused by...

  • Reversing Heart Disease In Seven Steps – Are You Up To The Challenge?

  • We have to realize the we control the path we walk by the decisions we make. Preventing and reversing heart disease is no different. Let us not be defeat... The post appeared first on .
  • Seriously, why does anyone under 18 still have access to a tanning bed?

    • Teens are still tanning, despite evidence that tanning  beds are responsible for 400,000 cases of skin cancer n the United States every year, according to this excellent story in Sunday's  New York Times. Understanding of the danger is growing, but there are still more than 14,000 tanning salons across the country.Read full article >>

  • Germany Pushes GMO Ban Before 2015 Harvest

    • Nations like Russia, India, and Germany are lining up to fight biotech giants like Monsanto in their plot to take over the world’s food supply.

  • U.S. Media Blackout: Italian Courts Rule Vaccines Cause Autism

    • Both these Italian court decisions break new ground in the roiling debate over vaccines and autism. These courts, like all courts, are intended to function as impartial, unbiased decision makers. The courts’ decisions are striking because they no...

  • BPA in cans: Cleared by the FDA again!

    • The federal Food and Drug Administration has quietly reaffirmed its position that Americans are not being harmed by bisphenol A, a synthetic estrogen that is an essential ingredient of the epoxy coating that lines the insides of most food cans made in the U.S. American can makers' trade groups trumpeted the FDA's stance, posted on the agency website December 5, 2014. No wonder....

  • 8 Crazy Facts About Air Pollution

  • In yesterday’s post about water pollution, I talked about 7 things you might not know about the disastrous state of our water supply. Water, along with food and air, is a basic necessity. Without clean sources our health and environment suffers. Unfortunately, pollution is everywhere—even in the...
  • A Balanced Diet Is As Good As Loading Up On Supplements, Study Says

    • We've all heard about the widely-touted benefits of antioxidants and supplements, including promises of a long, disease-free life and longer-lasting youth. But if you're popping a handful of vitamins everyday in hopes that you'll stay forever young, you might want to listen up. In this latest study, researchers used data from nearly 14,000 residents of a California retiremen...

  • Debunking Egg Industry Myths

    • In my video Eggs vs. Cigarettes in Atherosclerosis, I profiled a study showing that both smoking and eating eggs can harm our arteries. But even egg yolks alone were associated with artery-clogging plaque buildup nearly two thirds as bad as smoking. This certainly ruffled some feathers. Yes, eggs are by far number one source of […]

  • Avocados may help lower 'bad' cholesterol, study finds

    • Consuming one avocado each day alongside a moderate-fat diet may help lower 'bad' cholesterol in people who are overweight or obese, a new study finds.

  • Replacing a high-carb snack with almonds reduced belly fat and other heart disease risk factors

    • A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that a daily snack of 1.

  • An avocado a day keeps the heart doctor away

  • Diets containing avocados have been shown to reduce numerous risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
  • Circumcised boys may be more likely to develop autism and ADHD by 10

    • The research, published today by the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, examined over 340,000 boys in Denmark. However critics have urged caution over the 'extremely speculative findings'.

  • 7 Insane Realities about Water Pollution

    • Our water is one of our most precious resources, and without clean water life as we know it would not exist. Water provides electrolytes and supports our energy levels. While you’re likely already doing your part for conservation, pollution of our water is trying to reverse your efforts. DId you know, for example, that water pollution has been linked to stillbirths? It’s fr...

  • Hibiscus Tea: Health Benefits

    • I was in Hong Kong for my Chinese book launch last month. Some days I was working from dusk until midnight, but some days I was quite free to roam in the city. On a scorching hot day, I visited Zen Organics, an organic farm, where the owner...

  • Researchers find that electronics in children's bedrooms negatively affects sleep

    • Parents concerned about their children not getting enough sleep may want to remove televisions and other small electronics from the kids' bedrooms, according to a new study. Children who slept with televisions or other small-screened devices in their bedrooms ended up getting less sleep than children without those electronics in the room, researchers found. "While more studies ...

  • Stop Supporting the Cruel Egg Industry by Using These 3 Vegan Substitutes

  • You might think that breakfast would be lost without the egg. Whether scrambled, sunny-side up or in your favorite baked good, including eggs in your diet might seem harmless. Well it is actually doing a lot of harm to hens and chickens. Between the deplorable living conditions, the ill treatments a...
  • How Consuming Dairy Can Impact Your Mood

    • Ditching dairy sounds more of a good idea every single day, especially when you consider it could be affecting your mood and brain directly. Check out the correlation between dairy and the brain and get happier today by going dairy-free!

  • These Powerful Ads Featuring Farm Animals are Grim Reminders of Where our Food Comes From

    • In an effort to draw the connections between food and animal, Australia-based, Cream Studios, launched a campaign entitled, "Voiceless," to show us where our food comes from. As the tag line reads, "the truth is hard to swallow."

  • Fructose is more toxic than table sugar, cuts lifespan and reproduction

    • The sugar in corn syrup is more toxic to female mice than regular table sugar, new research has found. When University of Utah biologists fed mice sugar in doses proportional to what many people eat, the fructose-glucose mixture found in high-fructose corn syrup was more toxic than sucrose or table sugar, reducing both the reproduction and lifespan of female rodents. "This is t...

  • Psychiatric drugs: Time bombs in the medicine cabinet

    • Psychiatric drugs are more dangerous than you have ever imagined. If you haven't been prescribed one yet, you are among the lucky few. If you or a loved one are taking psychiatric drugs, there is hope, but you need to understand the dangers and how to minimize the risk. Anti-psychotic drugs, including both older and newer ones, have been shown in many human brain scan studies a...

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