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Amazon Fruit Prevented Obesity In Overfed Mammals

Amazon Fruit Prevented Obesity In Overfed Mammals

Scientists are always looking for the most perfect, most exotic superfood that will do away with our belly fat woes. Have they found the holy grail hiding in the Amazon? Before we blame all obesity on “overfed” overeaters, it’s important to remember that another factor in the obesity epidemic is the uninhibited unleashing of chemicals and […]

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Are People Getting Dumber? Air Pollution Massively Reduces Intelligence

 Listen to Article By Heather Callaghan, Editor Research finds air pollution massively reduces intelligence – but the dumb solution to the problem just may put you out of a car! Keep reading to see how you can protect your intelligence… Normally when everyone around seems so stupefied, we ask, is there something in the water? But maybe we should […]

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24/7 Work Emails Are Hurting Your Health And Relationships

By Heather Callaghan Bosses call it “work flexibility,” but the expectation to be accessible during non-work hours through our smart devices is really a chaotic (and unpaid) lack of boundaries that hurts the other parts of our lives. You probably aren’t surprised. Getting work emails 24/7 can suck the life out of life whether you act […]

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Cops Called To Take Down A Kid’s Lending Library

By Heather Callaghan We’re fairly certain that Winston Smith of 1984 had more freedom to curl up with a good book than the kids at Point Pleasant Boro, New Jersey. Nothing says freedom like having police show up to swat the sharing of ideas and banish the written word. That’s – quite literally – what happened recently to Grace and Peter […]

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Kat Von D In Vax Shaming Firestorm After Declaring She Will Not Vaccinate Unborn Child

🔊 Listen to Article By Heather Callaghan Kat Von D is an Internet sensation, having been a reality TV star, tattoo artist, makeup guru and musician – just to name a few of the things on her résumé. The 36-year old celebrity garners 12 million likes on Facebook and many adoring Instagramers. Her and her husband, Rafael Reyes, are newlyweds […]

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Terminal Woman Cured Of Breast Cancer With Own Cells After Chemo Failed

🔊 Listen to Article By Heather Callaghan In the world’s first case, a terminal woman with her life quickly ebbing away was “cured” of breast cancer after chemo failed to stave off the progression. Thanks to new experimental immunotherapy, using her own cells, her body could finally overcome the cancerous cells. The new kind of immunotherapy is called adoptive […]

Survey Claiming Millennials Like GMOs Ridiculously Biased And Manipulated

Survey Claiming Millennials Like GMOs Ridiculously Biased And Manipulated

By Heather Callaghan Millennials lead the charge against GMOs and have more in common with their grandparents than their parents’ generation. Millennials are reviving the art of gardening, local food and food preservation so it shouldn’t be surprising to find thousands of them at the March Against Monsanto. Yet a new survey is attempting to influence […]

Common Cleaner Releases 146 Contaminants Into The Air

Common Cleaner Releases 146 Contaminants Into The Air

By Heather Callaghan Have you heard? Cleaning is a life-saving form of exercise, but using cleaning sprays has the same effect on lungs as smoking 20 cigarettes a day. Household cleaners are also known to decrease reproduction in mice studies. But what you may not know is that the most ubiquitous counter cleaner has over a hundred unlisted ingredients, many of […]

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Fitbit Was Recalled Due To Mysterious EMF WiFi Symptoms, Complaints Mounting

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Judging by the ubiquity of Fitbits – those faceless watches nearly every woman wears today, with or without their active wear – this activity tracker has got to be the most popular fitness item. It uses WiFi (radiation) to track people’s every step and movement, how many calories burned, miles walked, and even […]

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Nursing Homes Drug Patients With Antipsychotics To Sedate Them Into Docility

By Heather Callaghan We are sad to report that drugging elderly nursing home residents as a form of control is a rampant practice, although there has been a reduction in recent years. While some say the problem is due to understaffing, others point out that it would actually take more staff to care for a sedated […]