HERE0:3

Most Recent

Just One Diet Coke or Pepsi Max a Day Can Triple the Risk of a Deadly Stroke

Just one diet drink a day can triple the risk of a deadly stroke, a study suggests. The researchers also found links to dementia described as a “worrying association” by experts.

65
Like
Save
13 Tips To Reduce Your Risk of Brain Cancer By 40% With Your Smart Phone

The largest study of cell phone use and tumor risk conducted to date found that “regular use of a cell phone by adults can significantly increase the risk of gliomas by 40% with 1640 hours or more of use.” Here are 13 tips to reduce your exposure to radiation from your mobile device.

41
Like
Save
Breast Cancer: Stanford Researchers Warn Women Being Conned Into Mastectomy Surgery

Women all across America are being conned into medically unnecessary breast removal surgery (bilateral mastectomy surgery) by doctors who scare them with ‘fake science’ by falsely describing genetic testing results, warn researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

45
Like
Save
Does Brushing Your Teeth Help Reduce Your Cancer Risk?

Different types of oral bacteria can reveal your risk for different forms of cancer. Germs can travel via the blood to different organ tissue and infect it scientists say.

0
Like
Save
Beware of Fake Meat, Filled with GMO’s and MSG

While their intentions seem noble, the company behind this new plant based meat makes it with GMO’s, MSG and ‘plant blood’, among other ‘natural’ fillers.

0
Like
Save
Childhood Lead Exposure Linked to Lower Status Jobs, Lower IQ as Adults

A long-term study of 565 children who grew up in the era of leaded gasoline has shown that their exposure to the powerful neurotoxin may have led to a loss of intelligence and occupational standing by the time they reached age 38. 94% of the children exceeded today’s reference value of 5 micrograms of lead […]

0
Like
Save
Surprising Study Reveals the Best Exercise for Staying Young

A recent Mayo Clinic study revealed ground-breaking research on what causes your bodies building blocks to build muscle and stay young rather than lose function as you age. “These things we are seeing cannot be done by any medicine,” says lead researcher.

65
Like
Save