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With prescription drug use on the rise, more and more people are becoming aware of the unwanted side effects of the medications they are taking.Full Story
For approximately 40 million American allergy suffers, the poor weather conditions will mean a tough road ahead into the fall season.Full Story
Last year, Dr. Joachim Mutter published an analysis about the dangers of dental amalgam fillings.Dental amalgam is composed of fifty-percent mercury, as well as silver, tin, copper, and zinc, according to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. Mercury is an extremely toxic metal.Full Story
Winter is coming, and so is the flu. If you’ve ever endured this virus, you know that the symptoms are memorable and unpleasant. The body aches and chills from the flu can be particularly distressing. Sometimes, you can end up in bed for weeks, unable to do much but rest. But what can you do [...]Full Story
In the United States, many people have trouble digesting gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. This digestive problem is known as celiac disease. According to The University of Chicago Medicine, three million Americans are affected by this autoimmune disorder.1 Celiac disease damages the lining of the small intestines, making it difficult to [...]Full Story
Last year, four scientists announced that some autistic children were found to have a zinc deficiency. Scientist Hiroshi Yasuda and colleagues published this discovery in the study, Infantile Zinc Deficiency: Association with Autism Spectrum Disorders. According to Yasuda and co-authors, they compiled the information by testing hair samples from 1,967 children who had autistic disorders, [...]Full Story
The inviting rays of the glowing sun on your skin, the gentle roar of waves in the distance, and the pleasurable feeling of sand between your toes… what’s not to love about a day at the beach?
Unfortunately, there is a potential threat of unhealthy bacteria, according to a new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), with 2011 setting the third-highest record for the number of beach closures over the past 20 years.Full Story
This year, Professor Adam Ostrzenski announced that he had made a new discovery in female anatomy. In a newly published study, the doctor claimed to have located the G-spot, a source of intense sexual pleasure for women.1 German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg first described this erotic spot in 1950.2 Since then, no one has been able [...]Full Story
Insomnia is defined as a disorder which makes it hard to fall asleep, stay asleep, or both.1 This disorder not only affects your sleep, it can also have harmful effects on your mood, motivation, health, work performance, and overall quality of life. With all these problems associated with insomnia, it’s easy to see why this disorder should be addressed.Full Story
According to The National Academy of Sciences, 3 percent of all neurobehavioral disorders in children, including autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), have a direct causation to toxic exposure in the environment, while another 25 percent are a result of a blend of environmental factors and genetics.Full Story