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homeopathy

EU Med Establishment Launches Jihad Against Homeopathy

By Brandon Turbeville In a report that shocked no one familiar with the European medical establishment, a Europe-wide umbrella organization representing 29 national and international scientific academies in Europe, the European Academies Science Advisory Council has launched into a tirade against homeopathy. The EASAC bashed homeopathy as nonsense and claimed that “promotion and use of homeopathic […]

trauma

Natural Trauma Care

What if the unthinkable happens? You have an accident, but you are nowhere near a hospital. What do you do? Is there such a thing as “natural trauma care”? The answer is a resounding YES. 1. Small nicks, cuts or scratches: You can dab on cornstarch. It will stop the bleeding almost immediately. Additionally, oddly enough, spider webs […]

chocolate

How high demand for chocolate is wiping out Africa’s rainforests

It would take some serious searching to find someone who does not love chocolate. Who can resist a chocolate bar after a long and stressful day? Or what about some delicious chocolate ice-cream in the sweltering summer heat? Chocolate milkshake anyone? The list goes on and on, and it is true to say that the whole of […]

nanoparticles

Invisible Plastic Nanoparticles Now Being Found In Drinking Water

By Heather Callaghan, Editor OrbMedia asks: If microscopic plastic is in oceans, lakes, and rivers, is it in drinking water as well? “In the first public scientific study of its kind, we found previously unknown plastic contamination in the tap water of cities around the world,” they wrote recently in a special edition. They claim everyone in the world is […]

chemo side effects

Scientists Warn Chemotherapy Treatment May Encourage Aggressive Tumors and Spread Cancer

By Carolanne Wright Contributing writer for Wake Up World In my early thirties, I lost my mother to a rare, but deadly, form of cancer that was growing around her bile duct. Sixteen years later, my father also died from cancer. As horrific as the disease can be, I remember thinking during my mother’s illness that the […]

antidepressants

Pregnant women who take antidepressants increase risk of psychiatric disorders for their kids

Mothers-to-be who are mulling over the decision about whether to take antidepressants while pregnant might want to take note of a recent study out of Aarhus University that reveals that doing so raises a child’s risk of having a psychiatric disorder later in life. In the study, which looked at nearly a million Danish children […]

salt

The Health Dangers of Table Salt

By Dr. Edward Group Salt is a wonderful thing. Whether from the far reaches of the Himalayan rock mountains, to the depths of the ocean floor, salt is a beautiful and necessary mineral. It’s an important element in keeping the proper mineral balance in practically all of the earth’s living creatures. In fact, every cell in our […]

eating plan

HOW TO: Stick to Your Eating Plan While Traveling!

Let’s face it. We have been conditioned to be a society based on ease and convenience. We have become used to a grab and go mentality when it comes to eating. Drive throughs, prepackaged meals you can grab at any convenience store, individualized snack packages, all of it makes it easiest to eat processed unhealthy […]

soda

Swapping out SODA for WATER can help you lose 14 pounds a year

Cutting back on soda intake and replacing them with water may lead to significant weight loss within a year, a recent Consumer Reports study revealed. According to the report, drinking 20 ounces of water in place of the same amount of soda may help a person ward off as much as 119 cups of refined sugar […]

heart burn

Heartburn Drugs Linked To Up To 94% Increased Risk Of Ischemic Stroke

Ads for heartburn medication are everywhere, with media being littered with ads for “the big guns” like Prilosec, Nexium, Prevacid, and Protonix. They must be safe, right? Well, it’s still important to know the risks – as one study shows that people who take proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) have a higher risk of stroke. Lead study author Dr. […]