Dietary Myth BUSTED: Eating More Salt Does NOT Make you Drink More Water… you Actually use LESS Water as a Result

Contrary to popular belief, eating foods with a high salt content do not induce thirst, a landmark study revealed. According to researchers, high salt intake does the exact opposite by retaining more water, which in turn prompts the body to use less of it. To carry out the study, a team of international researchers from the German Aerospace Center, the Max Delbrück C [...]

24 April 2017

63% of Americans are FINALLY Concerned with the Quality of their Drinking Water

Drinking water quality is an issue that does not usually get a lot of attention, which is pretty astounding considering the fact that clean water is one of life’s basic necessities. However, the drinking water crisis taking place in Flint, Michigan, has brought this issue to light as concerns mount over plans by the Trump administration to roll back water protections. In fact, a new G [...]

24 April 2017

The anti-free Speech Left Claims Another Victim – or not – as Ann Coulter Vows to Speak at Berkeley Despite event Cancellation

To liberals, no one is more vile and divisive than right-leaning pundit, author and lawyer Ann Coulter. To conservatives, few other public figures are seen as such vociferous defenders of liberty, justice and constitutional principles. So it only makes sense in today’s super-charged political discourse that a major hero of the Right would be invited to speak on the campus of UC-Ber [...]

22 April 2017

Senators ask FDA to Ban cancer-causing Chemical from Bath Products

Your shampoo could be harming you. The substance 1,4-dioxane, is a carcinogen that’s commonly found in personal care products that create suds, such as in shampoos, hand soaps, and shower gels. According to the Environmental Working Group, at least 8,000 products contain 1,4-dioxane. In spite of this, companies are not required by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to list it as [...]

21 April 2017

Magnesium Supplements Found to Pprevent Bone Fractures

New research has found that magnesium supplements could hold the key to stronger bones in middle-aged and elderly people. Published in the European Journal of Epidemiology, the study has suggested that low magnesium concentration in the body can lead to increased risk of bone fractures. Academics from the University of Bristol and the University of Eastern Finland conducted the study by follo [...]

20 April 2017

Victory: GMOs and Neonicotinoid Insecticides are now BANNED on Colorado county-owned Land

Is Colorado’s Boulder County paving the way for our country to be free of GMOs and toxic insecticides? It sure looks like it; the county has made headlines with their recent banning of certain GMO crops from being grown on county-owned land. And they’ve even banned the use of harmful neonicotinoid pesticides (neonics) on the land, too. Boulder County announced recently that they would [...]

20 April 2017

Researchers Reveal that Brushing Your Teeth May help Prevent Cancer

Being mindful of oral health care —  brushing, flossing, and regular dental check up — may help prevent the onset of cancer, experts say. Various studies have shown that oral bacteria may be a contributing factor to the development of certain types of cancer. As such, gaining insight on the connection between oral bacteria and cancer may help health care practitioners deter [...]

18 April 2017

Tapping Trees: How to Get Your Own Free Syrup

Did you know that there’s a place where you can get maple syrup for free? Just look outside. More than just maple trees, there’s “an entire world of saps and syrups,” notes Brett McLeod of MotherEarthNews.com. A great variety of trees means a great variety of syrups, so grab your drill and bucket and get ready to harvest your own natural, additive-free syrup. Aside from maple, [...]

17 April 2017

ADHD Is on the Rise – Why and What Can Be Done to Help?

Although the latest statistics compiled by the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University are now a few years old, there is every reason to believe that they are rising even faster than they were in 2015. In fact, the numbers are rising so rapidly that many of the largest research organizations and teaching universities are funding studies to follow this trend. Not [...]

15 April 2017

After Pushing LGBT Agenda for Children, Disney Files Patent on Cuddly Robots that Could be Used as “Sex Toys” for Children

The Disney corporation is notorious for embedding sexually-deviant content into its lineup of children’s programming. But this prolific cartoon and entertainment icon is reportedly taking its perversion agenda to a whole new level with the introduction of a humanoid robot concept for children that some experts warn could morph into a type of sex toy product for underage adolescents. [...]

15 April 2017

Rhode Island Student Kicked Out of School for Refusing the HPV Vaccine

Schools in Rhode Island’s Coventry District are taking the vaccine mandates to new heights. Recently, three middle school students were quarantined at school until a parent or guardian came to take them home. Why? Because the adolescents had not received the HPV vaccine — a questionable-at-best injection that has proven itself to be capable of grievous harm. Earlier this year, it wa [...]

14 April 2017

Judge Orders FORCED VACCINATIONS for Children in Shocking UK Court Case

Freedom has taken another crushing blow in the UK as a High Court judge ruled that a mother can’t do what she believes is best for her children — but only because her beliefs don’t go along with their preordained narrative of what defines a child’s “best interests.” The mother in question did not want to vaccinate her children in part, because they are vegans and current [...]

13 April 2017

Amazing Apes: Great Apes can “Read Minds” to Help People Out

A recent study has shown that humans and apes may be more alike than initially believed. As it turns out, they might just be able to “read minds” like we do. A study, published in PLOS ONE, demonstrated the great apes’ ability to understand false beliefs. A false belief is a belief or representation about the world that may contrast with reality. The ability to distinguish between [...]

12 April 2017

This Medical Experiment Wants you Lay in Bed for 60 Days to Earn $17,000

If you love your bed and consider sleeping a hobby, then you could be earning some serious cash in the name of science. The French Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology (Medes) in Toulouse has announced a plan to pay 24 individuals €16,000 ($17,066) to stay in bed for two months straight as part of a study on microgravity. The study is led by the Centre National D’Etudes Spa [...]

11 April 2017

Dangerous farm Pesticides are Showing up in America’s Drinking Water

Despite the numerous debates and widespread outrage against neonicotinoids, research into how these popular insecticides affect environmental and public health is still relatively new. Opinions about their safety are divided. While one site suggests a strong link between neonicotinoid use and local pollinator collapses combined with adverse health effects in other animals, another site, [...]

11 April 2017

The Hows and Whys of the perfect push-up

If you’re trying to build a better body yet can’t be bothered with a gym membership, workouts at home are the way to go. Some exercise moves are easy to pull off. Others, not so much. The push-up is one of those that can fall in the latter if you’re not used to doing it. You might be tempted to forgo it all together, but this simple calisthenics exercise is an excellent way to increas [...]

09 April 2017

We Kidney not: Kidney Beans are Good for You

They say big things come in small packages, and the kidney bean is proof of that. More than just an important ingredient in chili con carne, this humble superfood is packed full of vitamins and minerals linked to the reduction of many diseases. Just a few kidney beans a day can keep the bad stuff at bay and here’s how. Health “bean”-efits From complex carbohydrates to protein to [...]

08 April 2017

Brain Power: How one Paralyzed Man was able to Move His Arm Again

Bill Kochevar, 56, was left paralyzed from the shoulders down after a cycling accident severely injured his spinal cord. In the years since his accident, he had become completely reliant on his caregivers at the Cleveland VA Medical Center. But thanks to the help of a number of Cleveland institutions, the Navy veteran was able to use his right hand and arm for the first time in eight&nb [...]

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