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Does Meat Consumption Aid In the Development of Type 1 Diabetes?

In this video, Dr. Greger uncovers the studies and talks about what links, if any, eating meat has with Type 1 Diabetes, especially for women during breastfeeding and the effects to their children.

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The Secret Health Food Stores Don’t Want You to Know

On this video, John from okraw.com reveals his truth about products at your local health food store from the Natural Products Expo West 2017 in California.

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Lower Cancer Risk by Increasing Your Vitamin D Levels

There are thousands of studies on vitamin D and its positive affect on health. Unfortunately, despite being easy and inexpensive to get (sunshine), vitamin D deficiency is an epidemic around the world and resulting in everything from abnormal fetal development to cancer.

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Is Dirty Electricity in Your Home Making You Sick?

Like most people, I thought that electricity was all the same. You pay for your electricity supply and you get electricity. Things are not quite as simple as that and it can be making you sick.

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Popular Farm Pesticides Found in Drinking Water

Of the many pesticides that American farmers have embraced in their war on bugs, neonicotinoids are among the most popular, and now, the first evidence has appeared that they are in our tap water.

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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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