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This Futuristic Hospital Has Introduced Nature As Medicine

By Dulce Ruby The Facts: Khoo Teck Puat Hospital in Singapore is a case study in what can happen when nature-inspired design is applied to the medical setting to promote healing. Reflect On: There are many studies that show the healing benefits of nature and the effects it has on our health & well-being. What if […]

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Could a simple vitamin be an anti-aging tool?

Many factors contribute to the aging process. In particular, oxidative damage is said to be the leading cause of aging. However, scientists may have just found a way to slow down aging. In a research published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers found that niacinamide or vitamin B3 can protect against oxidative damage and delay the onset […]

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Availability Of Fast Food Linked With More Heart Attacks

Areas with a higher number of fast food restaurants have more heart attacks, according to research presented at CSANZ 2019.1 The study also found that for every additional fast food outlet, there were four additional heart attacks per 100,000 people each year. The 67th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New […]

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U.S. Life Expectancy Drops Amid Rising Suicide, Drug Overdose Rates

Life expectancy in the United States has dropped 2 years in a row. Yikes. In this piece, I’d like to cover the in-depth reports outlining 2017, and then we will get into the overview for 2018 in the next piece. Three reports from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that in 2017, it was […]

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How should you cook freshwater fish to avoid biotoxins?

Steaming might be the safest way to cook freshwater fish, according to a study published in the journal Food Control. Researchers suggest that steaming is the most effective preparation method for reducing the levels of cyanotoxin in food. Cyanotoxin is produced by bacteria called cyanobacteria or blue-green algae. They can be found everywhere, but are most abundant in […]

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Science Sheds Light On Whether Or Not Oil Pulling For Your Mouth Actually Works

By Arjun Walia The Facts: Oil pulling has been shown to benefit oral health by several different studies. The best way to know is to experience and document it for yourself, but the research is there. Reflect On: Mainstream dental associations still label researchers who have found evidence of benefit as pseudoscientists. That’s not rare, especially […]

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Governments, Scientists and Doctors Worldwide Call For a Ban on 5G

By Nikki Harper As the world braces for the 5G rollout, we’re being sold a vision of a wonderful, tech-enabled future. Smart homes, smart business, smart highways, smart cities, smart cars – what’s not to love? Except that governments, scientists and doctors worldwide have been stating the obvious for years now: it’s not very smart […]

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Nature Slashes the Risk of Diabetes, Heart Disease, and More

Nature Slashes the Risk of Diabetes, Heart Disease, and More Sure, Netflix is full of great shows and movies to watch, but it can never replace nature in providing a natural and euphoric boost in both physical and mental health. Many studies have showcased the powerful benefits nature can offer, proving that spending time outside slashes the risk […]

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19 Profound Life Lessons From Aldous Huxley To Expand Your Consciousness

By Mukesh Mani Aldous Huxley can be regarded as one of the most powerful thinkers of the 20th century. An author by profession, Huxley has penned over 50 books, his most popular book is, ‘Brave New World’ (1932), where he talks about the future of earth if it continues to be dominated by the greedy. In […]

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This protein is key to why more women suffer from migraines

According to data from various countries, women are more likely to suffer from migraine than men. For decades, this statistic has baffled scientists; but early this year, new information has come to light that could explain why women are more susceptible to migraine attacks than men. In a new study published in The Journal of Neuroscience, researchers from The University […]