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Why Is Depression Now the No. 1 Cause of Disability and Illness?

According to the World Health Organization, depression is now the leading cause of ill health and disability, affecting an estimated 322 million people worldwide, including over 16 million Americans. Rates of depression increased by 18% globally between 2005 and 2015. 11% over age 12 in the US are on antidepressant drugs.

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Children as Young as 13 Treated for Mobile Phone Addiction

Technology brings many advantages but for some – especially children – it can have much more damaging effects, experts say.

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Ultra Popular Drink, Addictive as Cocaine, Starts to Turn Into Fat in 20 Minutes

A major contributor to the obesity and diabetes epidemics around the world, the ingredients in this popular drink, especially popular among youth, is prompting public health organizations to start recommending limits. Learn more.

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Garlic Is A Major Disease Fighter of Cancer, Heart Disease

The humble garlic is one of the earliest documented plants used by humans for treating disease and maintaining health. Hippocrates recommended garlic for pulmonary conditions, sores, and cancer and was also held in high esteem by medical practitioners of ancient India, Rome, Assyria, and China.

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This Recipe That Helps Eliminate Toxins and Bypass Cancer

A well-known expert for natural treatments this doctor shares her recipe for a radical cleansing of the intestines that with regular use can prevent cancer.

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Bowel Cancer Linked to Heavy Antibiotic Use

Heavy antibiotic use may significantly increase the odds of developing bowel cancer, a recent study revealed. The disease is currently the 3rd most common type of cancer in the U.S.

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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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