A host of studies have confirmed that autism is not linked to vaccination. Toxic exposure while in the womb comes with significantly more evidence, however. Toxic environment and autism A 2011 study from Stanford...
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Resent research finds that garlic and thyme, when applied topically, can fight candida infections in the vagina.
Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has found that low-carbohydrate, high-animal-protein diets significantly increase the risk of early death.
A study by researchers from the University of Georgia has found that tree nuts have even more heart-healthy nutrients than previously thought. The researchers studied healthful constituents of ten tree nuts: almonds, black walnuts,...
Growth hormones in milk have been associated with an increased risk of cancer according to the research. It is imperative that consumers know which milks come from cows injected with or fed growth hormones.
Sitting is associated with cancer and early death according to scientists.
Research finds that a particular family of bad gut bacteria are implicated in the cause of colon cancer. Find out which bacteria and what we can do to prevent its overgrowth.
Studies show that alcohol is associated with a greater risk of cancer. How much drinking is linked to cancer? Find out.
Research confirms that probiotics can reduce stress and anxiety by changing the gut-brain axis.
Research finds that aspirin helps prevent cancer. Why? Turns out the primary constituent in aspirin is similar to one in an anticancer herb.
The Japanese tsunami of 2011 has resulted in a large debris field floating in the Pacific Ocean, headed for North America.
A large study has proven that taking multivitamins can signficantly reduce the risk of early death. Large multivitamin study Two medical experts have published a review of the recent Iowa Women’s multivitamin study data...
Is hydraulic fracking associated with breast cancer? Yes, as a matter of fact. Multiple studies have now linked fracking to breast cancer.
ADHD research is finding what we probably already suspected. That play is not just therapeutic for kids: It also reduces symptoms of ADHD.