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How Real Power Kills or Rescues: Epstein Death Evidence so Far

By Makia Freeman The Epstein death evidence continues to mount, but unsurprisingly, there are still many more questions than answers at this point. With each day that passes, more and more irregularities come to light, which bolster the theory that he was either murdered or he escaped. It is clear that Epstein was intimately connected to […]

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Curcumin May Help Prevent Or Combat Stomach Cancer, Study Finds

By Amanda Froelich Though few of us know it, the majority of the populace suffers from stomach problems. If low hydrochloric acid levels (which can result in poor digestion, bloating, and skin conditions) isn’t the issue, ulcers or acid buildup (typically caused by stress and poor diet) might be. Fortunately, a component found in turmeric may be able […]

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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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The 5 WORST Reader’s Digest Health Myths STILL being propagated and perpetuated today

Reader’s Digest is obviously not a publication you should be looking to for health advice on anything, but it just so happens that they’ve outed themselves, so it bears taking a look. They went and did it. They published “50 Health FACTS Your Doctor Wants You to Know” and it’s supposed to be a dichotomy […]

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Apples And Tea Protect Against Cancer And Heart Disease

Consuming flavonoid-rich items such as apples and tea protects against cancer and heart disease, particularly for smokers and heavy drinkers, according to new research from Edith Cowan University (ECU). Researchers from ECU’s School of Medical and Health Sciences analyzed data from the Danish Diet, Cancer and Health cohort that assessed the diets of 53,048 Danes […]

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Dogs Are Dying From Toxic Algae In Lakes And Ponds

Pet owners around the country are seeing their beloved canines perish after letting them cool off in waters harboring toxic algae. Dogs in North Carolina, Georgia and Texas have all died recently after swimming in waters covered in a harmful algae bloom, which is difficult to detect. “Your typical lay person will not be able to […]

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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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Magnesium works better than prescription drugs for treating symptoms of depression

Living with depression is so challenging that many people are drawn to the idea of a “quick fix” in the form of antidepressants. Although their efficacy is questionable at best, there are two other big reasons that many patients ultimately decide against taking them: they’re expensive and have a host of dangerous side effects. However, […]

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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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Microplastics Found In Arctic Snow Suggest Widespread Air Pollution

White and wonderful? Microplastics prevail in snow from the Alps to the Arctic Wind plays a role in carrying microplastics (shreds of plastic less than five millimeters long) to both the snowy streets of European cities and remote areas of the Arctic Ocean. The high concentrations found in snow samples from disparate regions suggest microplastics […]