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Multiple studies are finding that perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) are building up in the environment, and building up in our bodies. They are also weakening our immune systems.
The hygiene hypothesis says that allergies are linked to being too clean. Is this really true? Here’s a look at some of the scientific evidence for allergies and hygiene.
Research is showing that the generals and politicians are wrong about a limited nuclear war. Billions of people will die. Find out how, and why we all need to get involved.
More than three decades of research proves arsenic is a leading cause of multiple forms of cancer. Learn what arsenic does and how we can protect ourselves from its toxic effects.
Research has found that many popular brands of bottled water can contain significant microplastic particles. Find out which brands had the most, how they are harmful, and how to avoid drinking plastics with your water.
Parkinson’s disease has now been linked to pesticide exposure and herbicide exposure by a number of scientific studies. Learn which specific chemicals are the most problematic and how prevalent they are in our foods.
The new U.S. plan to open up all our waters to offshore oil drilling is not done yet. You still have time to comment. Here is a copy of my comment.
The holiday season is a time of giving and loving. Just be aware of some of the toxins lurking in holiday trimmings.
A growing body of evidence is finding that obesity is linked to exposure to certain chemicals during childhood or while still in the womb.
Recent scientific research is unveiling at least part of the reason bacteria don’t usually become resistant to herbal antibiotics. Turns out that herbs block the quorum sensing ability of the bacteria.
Recent research is confirming that both oral and direct application of probiotics provide a bonafide treatment for vaginosis and vaginitis, with and without antibiotic treatment.
If you are considering the lectin-free diet you should know the facts first. Here are the scientific facts about the newest diet fad.
Tai chi and Qigong are ancient meditative exercises used for therapeutic and spiritual purposes for thousands of years. Now we find clinical evidence that they treat depression.