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Pushback against smart meters continues to grow across the U.S.

A vocal coalition of Michiganders is taking to the streets — and their local city council meetings — to oppose the growing intrusion of privacy and personal safety with state utility companies transitioning to “smart” meters. Reports indicate that thousands of folks have already opted out, and new legislation is pending to make these opt-outs […]

Drug War Intensifies, Opioid Deaths Increase

By Dan King Last month, President Donald Trump appointed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as the head of a task force aimed at curbing opioid use and abuse. On April 11, it was announced that Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Marino would likely step down from his current position to lead the Office of National Drug Control […]

PETITION: Help pressure the USDA to test food for deadly glyphosate herbicide

Last year, the USDA was working with the EPA and FDA on plans to start testing samples of corn syrup for glyphosate residue this April, but now it appears that they have had a change of heart. Under the plan, the USDA would have looked at more than 300 samples of corn syrup to measure […]

Study on prostate cancer treatment options reveals how ALL medical interventions devastate quality of life for men (and why prevention is better)

All prostate cancer treatments negatively impact the quality of life in male patients, a recent study showed. As part of the study, researchers pooled data from the Expanded Prostate Cancer Index Composite and examined nearly 6,000 prostate cancer patients. The research team found that that sexual function was the most affected area in men’s health following […]

New Study: Standard American Diet Causes Nearly Half of All Deaths from Heart Disease, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes

By Carolanne Wright Contributing writer for Wake Up World It should come as no surprise that our diet plays a critical role in our health and longevity, but the sheer level of influence may come as a shock to you. A new study published in the March 7 issue of JAMA found that poor diet is responsible […]

Why Your Thyroid Needs Selenium And How To Get It

By Organic and Healthy Without selenium, your thyroid doesn’t work right. Fortunately, we’re here to help… In particular, your thyroid needs selenium to work. Most Americans get enough, according to the recommended daily allowance of 55 mcg, as the average American gets somewhere around 125 mcg. Somewhere between 150 and 200 mcg can actually help […]

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  • Drug War Intensifies, Opioid Deaths Increase

    Drug War Intensifies, Opioid Deaths Increase

    By Dan King Last month, President Donald Trump appointed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as the head of a task force aimed at curbing opioid use and abuse. On April 11, it was announced that Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Marino would likely step down from his current position to lead the Office of National Drug Control […]
  • Why Your Thyroid Needs Selenium And How To Get It

    Why Your Thyroid Needs Selenium And How To Get It

    By Organic and Healthy Without selenium, your thyroid doesn’t work right. Fortunately, we’re here to help… In particular, your thyroid needs selenium to work. Most Americans get enough, according to the recommended daily allowance of 55 mcg, as the average American gets somewhere around 125 mcg. Somewhere between 150 and 200 mcg can actually help […]
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    Vitamin D may be your best defense against respiratory infections, new science finds

    Vitamin D intake may help keep common colds and flu at bay, British researchers found. Various studies have previously established that vitamin D may help reduce the risk of respiratory infections, and the recent analysis further emphasizes the vitamin’s role in boosting the immune system. To test this, researchers at the Queen Mary University of London pooled […]
  • Antibiotics The Latest Threat To Our Bees

    Antibiotics The Latest Threat To Our Bees

    Likewise, “it seems that what we do to ourselves we are more than happy to carelessly inflict on any other living thing, including our bees,” says an editorial campaign by NYR Natural News. The report raised eyebrows with this note: While most of us know about the harm that agricultural pesticides do to bees, few may […]
  • 10 Questions to Help You Find Your Purpose, Get Out There, and Change the World

    10 Questions to Help You Find Your Purpose, Get Out There, and Change the World

    By Stacy Vajta The truth is, your purpose is not about one thing. You are intricately linked to an expansive and intelligent Universe. To have just one magical thing that you are to be doing in this life is thinking way too small. Yet, finding purpose is something that consumes a lot of people’s energy… especially […]
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    Will Lyme Disease Plague America?

    By Dr. Joseph Mercola National surveillance of Lyme disease statistics began in 1982 and since then the number of reported cases has grown over 25-fold.1 Between 1990 and 2015, the number of reported cases in the U.S. doubled.2 Each year approximately 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported to the CDC.6 However, this number does not […]
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    Your Self Awareness Guide

    The Whys? Ask yourself why you are making the decision you are… what is your motivation? Often we make snap decisions without really understanding the basis behind them. Take the time to understand what drives you and your choices.   STOP When faced with a choice or decision, it often feels like the response should […]
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    The Magic of Being in the Here and Now

    By Paul A. Philips It has been said that life is an experience. It is indeed the only place where life exists. In recognition of this, to really get something out of the experience, it’s necessary to commit one’s self to being in the here and now as opposed to living the effects of the past. If you […]
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    Groundbreaking Research Links Autism with Histamine, Inflammation and Mast Cell Activation

    By Carolanne Wright The study of histamine has been attracting quite a bit of attention over the last few years — and not just in relation to seasonal allergies or insect bites. The compound is also associated with a variety of other health complaints, from migraines and depression to schizophrenia. And now scientists have discovered […]
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    Engineers: The next California earthquake could “liquefy” 235-foot-high dam and unleash 29 billion gallons of water onto Silicon Valley

    The Golden State just can’t seem to catch a break. Officials say that the Leroy Anderson Dam, near Morgan Hill, could “liquefy” in the event of an earthquake. The dam’s embankments have been deemed “seismically unstable.” Safety concerns about the dam continue to rise, especially after the Coyote Creek flooding that devastated thousands in San […]
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    Pushback against smart meters continues to grow across the U.S.

    A vocal coalition of Michiganders is taking to the streets — and their local city council meetings — to oppose the growing intrusion of privacy and personal safety with state utility companies transitioning to “smart” meters. Reports indicate that thousands of folks have already opted out, and new legislation is
  • Drug War Intensifies, Opioid Deaths Increase

    Drug War Intensifies, Opioid Deaths Increase

    By Dan King Last month, President Donald Trump appointed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as the head of a task force aimed at curbing opioid use and abuse. On April 11, it was announced that Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Marino would likely step down from his current position to lead the
  • Glyphosate

    PETITION: Help pressure the USDA to test food for deadly glyphosate herbicide

    Last year, the USDA was working with the EPA and FDA on plans to start testing samples of corn syrup for glyphosate residue this April, but now it appears that they have had a change of heart. Under the plan, the USDA would have looked at more than 300 samples
  • Study on prostate cancer treatment options reveals how ALL medical interventions devastate quality of life for men (and why prevention is better)

    Study on prostate cancer treatment options reveals how ALL medical interventions devastate quality of life for men (and why prevention is better)

    All prostate cancer treatments negatively impact the quality of life in male patients, a recent study showed. As part of the study, researchers pooled data from the Expanded Prostate Cancer Index Composite and examined nearly 6,000 prostate cancer patients. The research team found that that sexual function was the most affected
  • diet

    New Study: Standard American Diet Causes Nearly Half of All Deaths from Heart Disease, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes

    By Carolanne Wright Contributing writer for Wake Up World It should come as no surprise that our diet plays a critical role in our health and longevity, but the sheer level of influence may come as a shock to you. A new study published in the March 7 issue of JAMA found
  • Why Your Thyroid Needs Selenium And How To Get It

    Why Your Thyroid Needs Selenium And How To Get It

    By Organic and Healthy Without selenium, your thyroid doesn’t work right. Fortunately, we’re here to help… In particular, your thyroid needs selenium to work. Most Americans get enough, according to the recommended daily allowance of 55 mcg, as the average American gets somewhere around 125 mcg. Somewhere between 150 and
  • monarch wellness

    THE #1 THING YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR HEALTH

    With so many fads and trends that come and go in the health and wellness industry, one time-tested proven fact holds true. Stress can make you physically ill. According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 75% of all health problems brought to doctors is Emotional Stress-Related.  We all
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    Better than pharma: Frog mucus found to kill influenza strains

    A cure for the flu might be found in frogs, new study claims. Researchers from the United States have uncovered the bacteria-fighting peptides in the mucus secreted by the Hydrophylax bahuvisatra frog, an amphibian native to the Kerala region of southern India. Though frog mucus is known to be full
  • vitamin D

    Vitamin D may be your best defense against respiratory infections, new science finds

    Vitamin D intake may help keep common colds and flu at bay, British researchers found. Various studies have previously established that vitamin D may help reduce the risk of respiratory infections, and the recent analysis further emphasizes the vitamin’s role in boosting the immune system. To test this, researchers at the Queen
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    Kudos To Fox News For Addressing Vaccine Questioning

    By Catherine J Frompovich Personally, I thought I’d never live to see the day this happened!  One of the top news networks having an intelligent news anchor discuss vaccine issues and not pejoratizing the messenger! Kudos and hats off  to Fox News Network and Tucker Carlson, in particular, for your
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  • Victory: GMOs and neonicotinoid insecticides are now BANNED on Colorado county-owned land

    Victory: GMOs and neonicotinoid insecticides are now BANNED on Colorado county-owned land

    Is Colorado’s Boulder County paving the way for our country to be free of GMOs and toxic insecticides? It sure looks like it; the county has made headlines with their recent banning of certain GMO crops from being grown on county-owned land. And they’ve even banned the use of harmful
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    Depression and Celiac Disease

    Depression is a condition which affects about 15% of the population.  Women are more likely to be affected than men (1). It is quite common for people who have been diagnosed as having Coeliac Disease to find themselves feeling depressed and anxious (2, 3).  For many, there is a link between
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    Bayer Unleashes Army Of Re-Educated Farmers From GMO Training Program

    By Brandon Turbeville Set to become the world’s largest seed technology company, if it is successful in acquiring Monsanto – Bayer’s Adrian Percy, a global head of Research and Development with Bayer, has publicly bemoaned the fact that consumers in Europe are staunchly resisting genetic engineering and even stated that he
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    Whole Food’s promise to label everything with GMOs by 2018 is quickly approaching

    As 2017 trudges on and 2018 grows ever-closer, inquiring minds want to know: will Whole Foods meet their promise of total and complete GMO labeling by next year? With tumbling sales and the closing of multiple stores, going back on their word is not something the food retailer can afford
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    Gluten-Free Diet Can Expose You To More Heavy Metals Like Mercury

    By Brandon Turbeville According to a new report in the journal Epidemiology, people who eat a gluten-free diet may actually be at higher risk for exposure to arsenic and mercury. This is quite concerning considering the growing popularity of the gluten-free diet with a quarter of Americans having gone gluten-free
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    GM Golden Rice Flops In New Trial, Mutant Plants Reduces Crop Yield

    By Brandon Turbeville After millions of dollars and untold amounts of hype, the GM Lobby’s favorite crop is demonstrating itself to do the opposite of what it was allegedly intended to do. As evidenced by a new study, Golden Rice, which was engineered to produce the precursor of vitamin A
  • Organic-Farming

    Pesticides Are NOT Needed To Feed The World, Says New UN Report

    By Alex Pietrowski The argument for the extreme overuse of agrichemicals in global industrial farming is that supposedly without the advances made by Monsanto and other chemical giants, the world would starve. We need products like glyphosate, terminator seeds and genetically modified foods to feed so many people, they say,
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    Chicago gets its first organic fast-food chain

    Fast food has an undeniable appeal, despite its unhealthy reputation – it’s convenient, cheap and satisfying, making it attractive on several levels. On the other hand, fast food products are notoriously packed with unhealthy ingredients: highly-processed mystery meats, GMO products, pesticide-laden produce and more. But is it possible to offer
  • The Difference Between A Cold And Flu – Try Nature’s Flu Shot

    The Difference Between A Cold And Flu – Try Nature’s Flu Shot

    By Dave Mihalovic There is no question that the cold virus is more stable in cold temperature, so it survives and lingers airborne much longer due to the dry, cold conditions. There is a difference between symptoms related to the cold virus and flu virus, but possibly the number one
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    University Study Laments “Just The Facts” Aren’t Enough To Convince Women Of GMO Safety

    By Brandon Turbeville A recent series of focus groups conducted by researchers at the University of Adelaide is now demonstrating two things clearly: first, that Big Ag is growing increasingly desperate in its attempts to convince average consumers to continue purchasing their toxic products and remain unaware of any potential
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  • Smart-Meter

    Pushback against smart meters continues to grow across the U.S.

    A vocal coalition of Michiganders is taking to the streets — and their local city council meetings — to oppose the growing intrusion of privacy and personal safety with state utility companies transitioning to “smart” meters. Reports indicate that thousands of folks have already opted out, and new legislation is
  • monarch wellness

    THE #1 THING YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR HEALTH

    With so many fads and trends that come and go in the health and wellness industry, one time-tested proven fact holds true. Stress can make you physically ill. According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 75% of all health problems brought to doctors is Emotional Stress-Related.  We all
  • blessing

    Not getting what you want is sometimes a blessing in disguise

    Stop for a moment to imagine what your life would be like if you got everything you had ever wanted. At first thought, I am sure that makes you smile pretty widely. I mean, who doesn’t want everything they have ever wanted, right?   I can almost guarantee you don’t.
  • Italian Farmers Turn To Cannabis To Fight Soil Contamination

    Italian Farmers Turn To Cannabis To Fight Soil Contamination

    An environmentally-friendly positive for cannabis Farmers in a region of Italy have a unique use for cannabis, and it has nothing to do with getting high. It seems that the low-THC hemp helps decontaminate polluted soil. Vincenzo Fornaro says: “For generations, our family produced ricotta and meat.” He points to
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    The Best Apology

    We are human. It is bound to happen in life that each of us will make a mistake that will in some way hurt another person. Once we realize it has been an error on our part that has caused the damage if there is any hope to repair it
  • 10 Common Habits That Seriously Damage Your Kidneys

    10 Common Habits That Seriously Damage Your Kidneys

    Our kidneys are super important for our health. They filter our blood, produce hormones, absorb minerals, produce urine, eliminate toxins, and neutralize acids. So as one of the most important organs in your body, your kidneys deserve some love. Damage or steady decline of your kidneys can often go unnoticed
  • Do not toss: Overripe bananas may be effective against cancer cells, finds scientific study

    Do not toss: Overripe bananas may be effective against cancer cells, finds scientific study

    While yellow bananas may be tastier, the darker brown ones may be better for you. According to TheHeartySoul.com, a 2009 article in the journal Food Science and Technology Research claimed that overripe bananas contained more Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF), a cancer-fighting cytokine or small protein. The TNF in Bananas The
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    Six Ways to Stop Sciatic Nerve Pain

    What is Sciatica? Sciatica is a persistent pain that is felt along the sciatic nerve; it runs from the lower back down to the feet. It controls the muscles to the legs and provides sensation to the thighs, legs and bottoms of the feet. Sciatica occurs most often in people
  • Facial Blemish Map Reveals These Internal Health Problems

    Facial Blemish Map Reveals These Internal Health Problems

    By Jacob Levine As the most predominantly visible organ of your body – your skin and its appearance are often directly tied to the condition of your internal organs and the overall state of your health.  When you live a healthy lifestyle that includes drinking lots of water, eating food that
  • posture

    Correct Posture – Emotional Health And Depression

    By Health Tips Now If you often find yourself suffering from back and neck pain, you may have blamed your bed or even your pillow for the discomfort. But the real problem might be something else. Many of us spend hours looking down at our phones, hunched over our computers,
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