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Vaccine Safety Issues Finally Getting a Voice

Along with concerned parents, doctors, and health educators, officials in Washington are now starting to pay attention to vaccine safety issues. Here’s the latest about what’s going on with vaccinations.

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Study: Cancer Risks Jump After Taking Antibiotics

A recent study found bowel cancer risks increase by up to 73% after taking antibiotics for as little as 2 weeks. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the U.S.

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What Developed Country Has The World’s Healthiest People?

When it comes to living a long life, this is the place to be. Although with a struggling economy, high unemployment and stagnant growth rate, this country continues to have the world’s healthiest people. Where does the US rank?

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Do You Know How to Store Potatoes to Avoid This?

A common myth, how you store potatoes to avoid this problem is not what you would think. Important information to stay healthy if you enjoy potatoes, sweet potatoes and yams of any type.

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Working Women – 5 Health Tips for 2017

Whether you work from home, stay at home mom, or go into an office, here are 5 things working women can incorporate daily to improve their health in 2017 (and beyond).

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Beware of this Secret Code Word on Your Products, Get Rid of Them Now

It’s industry jargon for a large group of potentially toxic ingredients, even cancer causing toxins, that manufacturers don’t want you to know about. And the problem is, the government approved it decades ago. It may be considered one of the worst human health experiments ever approved in American history. Watch this movie for free until 4/14, […]

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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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