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These ingredients could be CAUSING mental illness

Written by Alex Reid
Posted February 25, 2019

According to Loma Linda University, poor diet could be the cause of poor mental health in many.

"A Global Catastrophe": Expert Warns of Massive 5G Health Risk

Written by Alex Reid
Posted February 22, 2019

5G is expected to be a vast improvement on 4G networks, with speeds up to 100x faster. But there’s a big problem: Experts believe that next-generation cell phones could lead to worldwide cancer...

Big Pharma Caught Red-Handed: How They're Stealing From You

Written by Alex Reid
Posted February 19, 2019

Big Pharma at it again

New study: Diet soda increases stroke, heart disease risk

Written by Alex Reid
Posted February 17, 2019

Drinking 2 or more diet sodas a day is dangerous, per Stroke Medical Journal

Could Alzheimer's Disease Be CONTAGIOUS?

Written by Alex Reid
Posted February 11, 2019

In this week's round-up article, we explore new findings that Alzheimer's disease could be contagious and more...

Witness: Pharma exec gave lap dance to Dr. while promoting drug

Written by Alex Reid
Posted February 4, 2019

An executive for an opiate company allegedly used a lap dance to promote her company's dangerous drugs...

Factory Farming Increases Diabetes Risk?

Written by Alex Reid
Posted January 31, 2019

See why even healthy food could be making you sick

[Urgent] Blood pressure drug RECALLED over cancer-linked ingredient

Written by Alex Reid
Posted January 28, 2019

If you or someone you love takes medication for blood pressure, you may want to get your doctor on the phone ASAP. Because urgent reports are coming in that a popular blood pressure medication contains too much of a carcinogen called N-Nitrosodiethylamine.

[Exposé] Sugar industry quietly paid scientists to unfairly blame fat

Written by Alex Reid
Posted January 21, 2019

According to the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine: "For the past five decades, the sugar industry has been attempting to influence the scientific debate over the relative risks of sugar and fat."

Is sunscreen actually DANGEROUS?

Written by Alex Reid
Posted January 14, 2019

Today we have another dramatic example of a health "fact" from our childhood being called into question: the use of sunscreen. Because it turns out that direct exposure to the sun is a crucial part of our wellbeing, and supplementing with vitamin D may not be nearly enough to overcome a modern life spent mostly indoors.

How football players "almost never get sick"

Written by Alex Reid
Posted January 7, 2019

In this week's Monday roundup, Alex Reid talks football players' health, sugar habits in children, and a growing trend of "microdosing."

Melatonin not working? This could be why

Written by Annalise May
Posted January 3, 2019

If you’re one of the millions of people desperately trying to get a good night’s sleep, you may have tried over-the-counter sleep aids such as melatonin, one of the most popular supplements for insomnia and occasional sleeplessness.

Let's make 2019 the year you're healthy AND happy [Roundup]

Written by Alex Reid
Posted December 31, 2018

Traditionally, this is the time of year that people make resolutions. Time to change your diet, change your workouts and make big commitments to the new year's new you. And that is great. We're all for self-improvement, and we're all for a culture that encourages it.

Ultimate Guide to Perfect Sleep (Part 2)

Written by Annalise May
Posted December 20, 2018

Poor sleep is a major risk factor for cardiovascular complications, such as stroke, high blood pressure, and heart failure, not to mention increase the chance of developing psychiatric conditions such as anxiety, depression, and suicidality. In part 2 of this guide, we share 14 ways to improve your sleep.

Ultimate Guide to Perfect Sleep (Part 1)

Written by Annalise May
Posted December 18, 2018

Poor sleep is a major risk factor for cardiovascular complications, such as stroke, high blood pressure, and heart failure, not to mention increase the chance of developing psychiatric conditions such as anxiety, depression, and suicidality...