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Amazing Discovery: Lack of Sun Exposure as Bad as Smoking

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An amazing discovery points to the role of the Sun in human health: avoiding sun exposure could be as harmful as smoking cigarettes. This post from Wake Up World discusses what makes sunlight deficiency as deadly as smoking. A groundbreaking new study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine has revealed something absolutely amazing about the role of the Sun ... Read More »

Should Sugar Be Considered a Drug of Abuse?

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Sugar qualifies to be considered as a dangerous drug of abuse but it is legal. In this post from Vox, Robert Lustig puts forward the case for treating sugar like a dangerous drug. Robert Lustig is a medical expert at the University of California, San Francisco, who has written extensively about the major health problems attributed to sugar. He’s written ... Read More »

Magnesium Deficiency and Increasing Toxicity Lead to Disease

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In this age of toxicity, the link between stress, magnesium deficiency, and disease is becoming more pronounced. This post from Collective Evolution highlights the impact of declining magnesium levels and rising toxicity on our health. Our world is invaded with toxicity, radiation, and synthetic materials thanks to toxic chemicals, pharmaceuticals, vaccinations, GMO foods, and more. And while mainstream media continues ... Read More »

Get A Large Bang for The Buck with Just 5% Weight Loss

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Even a moderate 5% weight loss can get obese people a large bang for the buck. Additional weight loss further improves metabolic health. This post from Science Daily discusses the findings of the study and their implications on current obesity practice guidelines. Those who struggle with obesity, take heart. Losing as little as 5% of your body weight is enough ... Read More »

Cancer Killing Compounds Discovered in Blushwood Tree Fruit

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Scientists discovered cancer fighting compounds in the seeds of berries from Australian Blushwood tree. This post from Natural Society sheds light on how blushwood berries kill cancer in 75% of cases, and how big pharma may try to tackle the patent. Many of the pharmaceutical industry’s attempts to co-opt mother nature end up failing. When you see how many cancer-killing compounds ... Read More »

Hands Only CPR: Crucial Skill for Saving a Life

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We’re all equipped with life-saving devices – our hands! Learning how to perform a hands only CPR could well save someone’s life. This article from The Huffington Post creates awareness about the importance of learning and performing this simple, yet crucial, life-saving skill. The 2015 resuscitation guidelines were just released! For us resuscitation geeks, this is a big deal! Since ... Read More »

How To Spot Severe Depression And How To Help

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Despite what many people think, depression is not just simply a state of being sad. There really is not a mood swing that can happen overnight in which the sufferer no longer is depressed. Depression is a prolonged state of intense sadness, helplessness, and hopelessness that is often very tough to spot. Depression is actually fairly common, affecting one out ... Read More »

Researchers Investigating a Depression – Inflammation Link

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There’s a reason depression is considered to be a silent global epidemic. Experts are now experimenting with treating the inflammatory symptoms of depression, not just the neurological ones, and getting positive results. This post from FEEL Guide highlights the new research that discovered that depression is an allergic reaction to inflammation. New research is revealing that many cases of depression ... Read More »