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Spending Time in Nature Is Linked to Improved Mental Health Study Shows

A recent study shows that people who visit parks for 30 minutes or more each week are much less likely to have high blood pressure or poor mental health than those who don’t.

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Breast Cancer: Why a Vitamin D Test Is More Important Than a Mammogram

October is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. National Mammography Day is October 19. Vitamin D optimization could potentially eliminate a vast majority of breast cancers, yet this key information is completely ignored by conventional breast cancer awareness campaigns. Read more.

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STUDY: Eating Out Is Bad For Your Health As Well As Your Wallet, Increased Exposure to Dangerous Chemicals

Although sometimes eating out just feels like a necessary indulgence, multiple studies have shown conclusively that the fat and sugar in fast food are enough to take a massive toll on our health. Now a new study has found that eating out often – whether it be at restaurants, fast food joints or cafeterias – […]

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Brain-damaging Neurotoxic Pesticide Found in Hundreds of Foods: EPA Allowed

If you thought that buying organic fruits and vegetables was a waste of money, you might want to think again. Test results released by the FDA have shown the presence of a neurotoxic pesticide known as chlorpyrifos in samples taken from more than 300 different foods.

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Diet Causes Half of Avoidable Deaths in US

A new study from Tufts University found diet to be the cause behind half of all heart disease, stroke and diabetes deaths. Researchers warn that these dietary habits not only influence many of the risk factors for health, but also pose substantial health and economic burdens.

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Teacher Who Nearly Died from Heart Attack Is Now Off all Meds After Going Vegan, Now Inspiring Others

Doug Schmidt, 59, is a teacher in Rochester, New York, who suffered a near-fatal heart attack 10 years ago prompting him to become vegan, switching to a plant based diet. He has since lost 60 pounds and is off all heart medications and inspiring others to take control of their health, and has recently been […]

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Eat More Fruits and Veggies to Reduce Risk of Nearly all Disease, Research Reports

A team of scientists from Imperial College London pulled together all the world’s available population studies that document fruit and vegetable intake. The ninety-five studies included two million people. Their findings, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, suggest that disease has an inverse relationship with nutrition.

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