Weekly Health Quiz: Breathing, Hydrogen and Alzheimer’s

1 Molecular hydrogen has been scientifically shown to: Increases the pH of the water making it alkaline Have...

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Choline Is Crucial for Liver Health

Choline, found in ample amounts in egg yolks, was first discovered in 1862.1 Since then, we’ve learned that...

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Anthocyanin: This Purple Pigment Fights Disease

Authors of a literature review involving data collected from more than 602,000 individuals across Australia,...

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What Is Jackfruit Good For?

If you’ve ever been strolling through a supermarket produce section and noticed a rather large (or even gigantic)...

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The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs and Sugar — Your Brain’s Silent Killers

Dr. David Perlmutter, a neurologist and fellow of the American College of Nutrition, recently released the fully...

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Turmeric and Honey Roast Turkey Recipe

Recipe by Jennafer Ashley from PaleoHacks Roast turkey has been a major focal point of holiday celebrations, most...

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How to Get Rid of Moles Safely and Naturally

You’ve probably come across a few brown, black or blue moles around your body. In fact, you probably have...

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What Can Castor Oil Do for You?

Castor oil — a yellow-tinted, translucent vegetable oil — is derived from the seeds of the castor bean plant. It...

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Explore the World of Tea With the Many Varieties of Ceylon Tea

Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world, overtaken only by water. What’s even more impressive is...

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The Facebook Dilemma

As of the third quarter of 2018, 2.27 billion people actively used Facebook,1 the world’s largest social...

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Loneliness Increases Dementia Risk by 40 Percent

In a survey of 20,000 U.S. adults, 46 percent said they sometimes or always feel alone.1 While on the surface...

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Stress Shrinks Your Brain and Impairs Memory

Studies have found strong links between acute and/or chronic stress and a wide variety of health issues,...

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Lavender: The Flower With Many Faces

Lavender is a perennial flowering shrub native to North Africa and the Mediterranean region, with a history...

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Government Study Finds ‘Clear Evidence’ for Heart Tumors From Cellphone Radiation

Cellphones were classified as a Group 2B “possible carcinogen”1 in 2011 by the International Agency for Research...

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Showerhead Biofilms Can Host Pathogens

There are multiple areas in your home where bacteria find it easy to grow. Bacteria thrive in a warm, moist...

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93 Percent Breathing Polluted Air

Breathing clean air is a right that should be enjoyed by every person on Earth, but as industry, agriculture and...

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Propaganda Machine of $4.3 Billion Influenza Vaccine Industry Is in Full Swing

Flu season is upon us again — the time of year when the steady message is “Have you gotten your flu shot...

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Coconut Oil Better Than DEET to Fight Insects

Hematophagous arthropods are insects or spiders that feed on blood, and transmit human and animal pathogens...

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