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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Look At Cookbooks If You’re Concerned About Food Safety

The popularity of cookbooks might be partially responsible for the US’s notorious lack of knowledge when it comes to food safety. According to Science Daily, a study conducted at North Carolina State University found that most bestselling cookbooks provide inaccurate and harmful advice about reducing the risk of food-borne illnesses. The instructions tend to ignore […]

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Better sleep with Sleep Essentials

Jessica, Jill, and Debby tried everything to improve their sleep. Until they discovered Sleep Essentials. “Sleep Essentials worked for me the very first time I took it,” says Jill in Colorado. “I normally can’t sleep no matter what, I roll around in bed for an hour or two before finally passing out.” This all changed […]

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Pregnant Women Who Ingested Harmful Pesticide Had Birth Problems, Report Says

A hazardous component of a popular weed killer has been found in the urine of dozens of pregnant women in the Midwest. Among the most widely-used herbicides on the planet is Glyphosate, which is sprayed on wheat, oats, corn and soybean crops as well as those used for livestock feed. Glyphosate is also the main […]

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Joint problems diminish with Joint Care Essentials

Frances, a resident of Ohio, had been coping with joint problems for a long time. But after discovering Joint Care Essentials, her life changed. “I take this product daily, and after the first two weeks, there was a notable decrease in pain and increase in strength in my knees,” she reports. Frances experiences severe arthritis […]

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Babies Are Being Born Underweight Because Of Coal Pollution

New research has proven that air pollution from a coal-fired power plant can increase the risk of babies being born underweight, even if their mothers live over 20 miles away from the source of the smoke. The Portland Generating Station in Knowltown Township, Pennsylvania, burns diesel fuel to generate electricity. It burned coal up until […]

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A new life without joint pain

With Joint Care Essentials, people no longer have to suffer a life of misery because of joint pain. In Winona, Minnesota, Paula takes two capsules in the morning and is seeing the results. “This is one of the few products that actually work at reducing the pain and inflammation in my joints,” she says. Before […]

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This Senator Is Out To Prove That Drug Makers Are Behind The Opioid Crisis

A Missouri lawmaker is spearheading an investigation of five drug manufacturers to prove their alleged role in America’s opioid epidemic. Nearly 180,000 people have fatally overdosed on prescription opioids since 2000, and prescriptions for the drugs have increased almost three-fold throughout the same time period. Data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

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New Research Links Climate Change With Prevalent Diseases

The scientific community has compiled further unequivocal evidence to prove climate change’s effect on people’s health. 2016 was the hottest year in recorded history, and 2017 is currently on track to break heat records as well. Scientists have warned for years that rising temperatures and sea levels would lead to destructive weather, food shortages and […]

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Allergies… Sneezing, Runny Nose, Itchy Eyes?

They’re not just an inconvenience; allergies have been shown to cause headaches, loss of sleep, fatigue, difficulty learning and concentrating, and significantly reduced productivity. Allergies are a modern day affliction, with an estimated 30-50% of people in the U.S. suffering from them. Their onset is occurring at a younger and younger age, and their incidence […]

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Preventing Heart Disease: A Guide To A Healthy Heart

Can you guess what the number one killer in all of North America is? No, not cancer (although we seem to be in the middle of an epidemic). The number one killer of all North Americans is heart disease. February is America’s Heart Month, and to celebrate we’ve put together a little guide to help […]

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