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Trees Actually Lower Your Risk of Dying

16 Aug 2014 | 29,389 Views

Trees provide a valuable service to humanity by removing millions of tons of air pollutants annually, which translates to the prevention of hundreds of pollution-associated deaths.

Mother's Fears Are Passed to Children Through Smell, Study Suggests

14 Aug 2014 | 67,132 Views

A mother’s fears may be passed on to her children within days of birth, possibly even when the trauma occurred before she was pregnant.

Vitamin K Shot at Birth -- The Controversy Reignites

12 Aug 2014 | 185,128 Views

They accuse me of being a baby killer because I advocate a viable, pain-free work-around in place of this dangerous, potentially life-threatening procedure nearly every baby gets within one hour of birth. Isn't the birthing process already traumatic enough?

Study Warns of Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea

10 Aug 2014 | 24,508 Views

The sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea may soon be resistant to its last remaining treatment option, posing a serious public health threat.

Prolonged Sitting Can Lead to Depression and Other Mental Health Problems

07 Aug 2014 | 239,803 Views

It can also boost your blood flow, improved oxygenation and enhanced glucose metabolism. Plus: slashes your risk of depression by 47% and also reduces your risk of psychological distress, insomnia, and heart attacks...

Doctors Lack Tools to Discuss Toxic Exposures with Pregnant Patients: Survey

09 Jul 2014 | 91,389 Views

Although most obstetricians recognize the risks that environmental toxins pose to their pregnant patients, few routinely discuss what you can do about it.

Almost 20% of Fully Vaccinated Children with Persistent Cough "Have Whooping Cough"

08 Jul 2014 | 69,452 Views

One in five children who are fully vaccinated for whooping cough (pertussis) still contract the disease, adding further evidence of the pertussis vaccine’s questionable effectiveness.

Air Pollution Linked to Cognitive Decline in Later Years

03 Jul 2014 | 24,426 Views

The air you breathe both inside your home and outdoors may significantly influence your brain health from birth to your later years.

Why We Laugh

19 Jun 2014 | 36,045 Views

There’s a reason why laughter happens most often in groups, but surprisingly, it’s typically not because of a funny joke.

Junk Food: Just as Bad as Cigarettes, and Marketing Tactics Also Rival Those of Big Tobacco

07 Jun 2014 | 274,357 Views

The FTC tried to ban it in 1984, yet since then it's soared by 852% in less than three decades. The worst part: you may have welcomed it into your home - lowering your kids' IQ and boosting your family's risk of diabetes, cancer, depression, and stroke.


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