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Former insiders launch awareness campaign to warn users about the addictive dangers of Facebook and Google

Former employees of Google and Facebook are campaigning to warn users about the addictive dangers posed by social media networks like Google and Facebook, according to a Daily Mail Online report. Tristan Harris, who was a former in-house ethicist at Google, is leading the new group called the Center for Humane Technology which campaigns to raise awareness about the negative […]

protein

7 Signs of protein deficiency

Here’s something you may have heard before: “Protein is the basic foundation of the body.” Protein provides the building blocks of our muscles and bones, it assists in tissue building and repair, and it’s necessary for natural enzyme and hormone production. With protein being so vital in most of our bodily functions, it’s no wonder that […]

bees

Scientists Discover What’s Killing The Bees And It’s Worse Than You Thought

Written by Todd Woody As we’ve written before, the mysterious mass die-off of honey bees that pollinate $30 billion worth of crops in the US has so decimated America’s apis mellifera population that one bad winter could leave fields fallow. Now, a new study has pinpointed some of the probable causes of bee deaths and the rather scary results […]

pain

Treating and Preventing Pain in a Healthy Manner

Pain is a daily reality for many people who suffer from injuries or neurological problems. Dealing with pain can be done in a variety of ways but not all of these ways are healthy when the pain is long term. The type of pain obviously determines the type of treatment recommended but most pains have […]

amazon robot

Would you allow an Amazon robot inside your house? They’ve patented a “postman” bot to unlock doors for delivery, pickup

Amazon is slowly but surely becoming one of the most influential tech companies in the world. In fact, it has probably become one of the most influential companies of all time. The online retail giant has been trying to invest heavily into automation and robotics technology in the past few years, and now it has […]

gunshot wound

Surviving a gunshot wound: What to do if you get shot

Knowing how to properly maintain, clean and shoot a firearm is good, but if you don’t know what to do in the event that you’re the one who ends up with a bullet lodged inside your arm, then you might want to learn sooner rather than later. It’s important to understand that gunshot wounds are […]

technology

Is Technology More Agonizing Than We Recognize?

By Catherine J. Frompovich In the 1960s there was a Broadway play/show titled “Stop the World, I Want to Get Off!” My late husband and I saw it—maybe twice? The title and play’s premise always stuck with me, but no more so than now during these current times of fake news, conspiracy theories, memes used to program social […]

You are being programmed: Five ways your thoughts are being driven against your own self-interest

You are being programmed: Five ways your thoughts are being driven against your own self-interest

There are plenty of examples in history of mind control being used to influence masses of people to bend to the will of those in control. These days, as the Activist Post points out, mind control has expanded beyond the purely psychological to incorporate a technological aspect as well. The good news is that by being aware of […]

brain health

Research confirms: Eating a variety of REAL food and staying physically active is the key to lasting brain health

Keeping your brain healthy well into old age can be difficult. But with the right combination of dietary and lifestyle choices, it’s completely manageable and feasible. That’s what a team of researchers from the Global Council on Brain Health(GCBH) has put forth in their report titled Brain Food: GCBH Recommendations on Nourishing Your Brain Health. What to eat and what […]

Herbicide drift

Organic family farm ruined by herbicide drift: A case study (and warning for humanity)

Herbicide drift continues to plague millions of acres of American crops, and the experience of one Missouri organic family-run farm shows just how devastating this problem can be. Vesterbrook Farm has been in Carol Brabo’s family for almost a century. Fed up with the prices of organic foods at stores like Whole Foods, she and […]