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9 Tips To Cut Down Exposure To Computer Radiation

In today’s modern world, EMF’s are all around us, radiation from electronic devices of all types. Studies tell us that these kind of exposures can disrupt the equilibrium of your cells, causing unpredictable reactions that can result in: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Migraine Headaches – the incidence of these diseases has sharply increased over the […]

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Alarming Study: More Young People Having Strokes

A growing number of younger U.S. adults are being hospitalized for strokes, and a new study suggests that’s at least in part because more of them have risk factors like high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes.

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Compound Found In Broccoli Reduces Brain Damage From Strokes

The pharmaceutical industry is at it again, taking a naturally occurring, freely available and inexpensive commodity, broccoli, and creating a “chemical,” patentable version that they can market and make millions of dollars off of.

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Study: Pesticides Are Much More Neurotoxic Than Previously Reported

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.

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Dow and Shell Oil Sold Chemical Waste To Farmers Now Appear In California Drinking Water Supply

In the Central Valley of California, hundreds of wells that provide water to a million people are tainted with a chemical that some experts say is one of the most powerful cancer-causing agents in the world.

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Exposure To Light At Night Increases Women’s Risk Of Cancer By Up To 14%

Researchers from Harvard University found that the more light that shines through a woman’s bedroom window, the greater her risk of developing cancer if she is pre-menopausal. Women who work night shifts are particularly susceptible to getting the disease. Light at night reduces levels of the hormone melatonin, which disrupts sleep.

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