General Health

Daily Consumption Of Sodas And Sugary Drinks Decreases Lifespan By Nearly 5 Years

By: Jill Ettinger | Organic Authority - It’s no secret that sugary sodas and soft drinks are not doing our health goals any benefit. Soda sales have been on a steady decline in recent years as a result of efforts that have succeeded in illustrating the health risks connected to soda consumption, namely obesity and


How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar At Home – 9 Easy Steps

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has SO many healthful purposes, its head spinning. You can use this super food liquid to treat the common cold, get rid of yeast infections, condition your hair, ease digestive woes, reduce swelling, lower blood sugar, get rid of lactic acid build up, increase energy, and even get rid of warts, among other


Acai Berry: An Amazing Fruit For Weight Loss

By: Nick Wilson | weightloss5ws.com - These days, acai berries that are rich in antioxidants are very conspicuous in grocery markets. Even when we watch television or read health related magazines, we end up looking at or reading numerous health benefits including weight loss that acai berry offers. Take a look at the following benefits that


How Technology Has Made Global Polio Eradication Impossible

Ten years ago, a group of scientists working at the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbioloy at SUNY, Stony Brook, described for the first time the de novo chemical synthesis of polio virus, which they confirmed was fully infectious. This discovery, when reported in newspapers around the globe in July of 2002, created a great


Electronic Cigarettes Increase Nicotine Addiction

Electronic cigarettes increase the risk of nicotine addiction and consumption of conventional tobacco products, according to the Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery (SEPAR). “Consuming electronic cigarettes means the smoker will spend less than when buying the conventional cigarettes. This, together with the strong growth and promotion of these products, is resulting in a significant


8 Reasons To Drink Water For Survival

In the summertime when you get hot, sweaty and sticky, it is quite natural to reach for a nice, cool glass of water to quench your thirst.  In the Fall and Winter, however, it is easy to forget to drink an adequate amount of water to stay hydrated. Think about it.  You are indoors, covered


The Remarkable Heart-Friendly Properties Of Avocados

There are still folks out there who believe that the 'high fat' content of avocados make them a liability for heart health. But the research on avocados simply doesn't support this lipid-phobic view. Take for example a recent study that looked at what happened when avocado was added to a heart-stopping American favorite, the hamburger meal.[i]


Pesticide Use By Farmers Linked To High Rates Of Depression, Suicides

By: Brian Bienkowski | Environmental Health News -  On his farm in Iowa, Matt Peters worked from dawn to dusk planting his 1,500 acres of fields with pesticide-treated seeds. “Every spring I worried about him,” said his wife, Ginnie. “Every spring I was glad when we were done.” A clinical psychologist spoke to him on the


Nanomaterials In Organic Food? The USDA Is Looking The Other Way

By: Pamela Coleman, PhD | Cornucopia - At their October 2010 meeting, the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) unanimously approved a guidance document recommending that “Engineered Nanomaterials be prohibited from certified organic products as expeditiously as possible. We respectfully request that the National Organic Program take immediate actions to implement this guidance document.”[1] As of


Pilots, Doctors And Scientists Tell The Truth About Chemtrails (VIDEO)

Experts in Shasta County present revealing evidence of the dangerous effects of Geo-Engineering Chemtrails has had on nature and human health. OFGEOMETRY


7 Foods To Help You Control Your Appetite

By: Colleen M. Story, renegadehealth.com - Craving an ice cream shake? Try eating an apple first— it may satisfy your appetite and reduce your intake of calories. A 2013 survey based on Gallup’s annual Health and Healthcare survey showed that 51 percent of adults want to lose weight. In 2012, Americans spent an estimated $65 billion


Coca Cola Company Wants You To Believe There Can Be A Healthy Coke

The multinational claims it will use a natural sweetener for diabetics to include in its range of low-calorie products Coca Cola is preparing to flood the market with a new drink that adds products to reduce calories. The pseudoscience used by Coke to support such a claim is based on the premise that what it calls


Updated: Prepping For An Ebola Lockdown

When I first wrote this article, Ebola was a distant threat in a few little countries on the other side of the globe. But, now it’s here, in America. Not only are there suspected cases and confirmed cases, there’s a note of hysteria in the news.  Many of the supplies I originally recommended have been


Don’t Worry? 10 Quotes From Health Experts Promising That Ebola Will Not Be A Problem In America

Health experts all over the United States are promising us that we do not need to be worried about Ebola whatsoever.  Even though one case has already been confirmed in Dallas, Texas and another potential case is being monitored, health authorities assure us that we have the greatest health system in the history of the


Contagion Blast Radius: How Far Can Ebola Droplets Travel?

Germs are spread quickly in population dense areas. Schools and daycares, workplaces, community events are germ-ridden cesspools for attracting unwanted illness and diseases. Studies are finding that sneezes and coughs cause illnesses to travel much farther than originally estimated. With the concern of flu season, as well as the heightened awareness of Ebola, it is


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