Many of us would be shocked to learn that even the most health-conscious Americans likely have dangerous chemicals circulating through their bodies. While most are aware of the dangers posed by plastic water bottles, fewer know of the dangers associated with canned food, cash register receipts, certain toothpastes, sunscreen, liquid soap, makeup, mothballs, tumble dryer […]
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.
In an alarming revelation from food industry watchdogs, it’s been found that 29 of 30 mac and cheese products test positive for toxic chemicals called phthalates. Keep reading to learn more about why these food products should be avoided.
While daily moderate exercise contributes to good health and has been found to lower the risk of cancer recurrence by up to 50 percent, did you know that your favorite yoga pants could be making you and everyone else sick?
For years natural advocates like Mike Adams and others, has been warning about the toxic effects modern pesticides have on the human body, especially the brain. Now, new research has proven (yet again): Pesticides are actually more neurotoxic than ‘mainstream’ scientists have believed.
Microwave meals could have serious consequences on your health, according to experts. Carcinogenic toxins are leached out of plastic containers used to heat ready meals in the microwave, the Daily Mail reported. There are also concerns about the constant exposure to radiation emitted from microwaves can affect concentration, energy levels and sleep patterns.
A large number of children with elevated blood lead levels (EBLL) might have been left undiagnosed in the U.S., according to a study published in Pediatrics, part of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). The CDC data revealed that 38 states and Washington D.C. had childhood lead exposure of 10 micrograms per deciliter or higher.