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Study: Sunscreen ‘Not Enough’ to Protect Against Skin Cancer

Study: Sunscreen ‘Not Enough’ to Protect Against Skin Cancer

June 23, 2014 | by

A new study suggests that sunscreen may not prevent some forms of skin cancer at all, but this doesn’t mean you should stop using (safe) sunscreen.

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An Obscenely Obesogenic Food: Sugar Being Revisited by World Health Organization

An Obscenely Obesogenic Food: Sugar Being Revisited by World Health Organization

June 23, 2014 | by

The World Health Organization finally woke from its sugar-induced coma to address the serious health concerns which sugar intake poses upon the world.

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Study: Consume an Apple Daily to Unclog and Clean the Arteries

Study: Consume an Apple Daily to Unclog and Clean the Arteries

June 23, 2014 | by

Like apples? According to one recent study, eating an apple a day really can boost heart health and keep the doctor away– specifically, the cardiologist.

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What’s Happening to California’s Brown Pelicans?

What’s Happening to California’s Brown Pelicans?

June 23, 2014 | by

Something is going on in the world of California brown pelicans. Migration patterns are off-schedule and breeding is significantly down. What’s going on?

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3 Drugs that Made Big Pharma Millions Despite Deadly Risks

3 Drugs that Made Big Pharma Millions Despite Deadly Risks

June 22, 2014 | by

Big pharma is responsible for more disease and death than anyone might imagine. Here are just 3 drugs that made big pharma millions despite deadly risks.

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Cancer-Causing Compounds Found in Blood of Hair Stylists

Cancer-Causing Compounds Found in Blood of Hair Stylists

June 22, 2014 | by

A new study suggests hair stylists who use more permanent waving products or light hair dyes have more cancer-causing compounds in their blood.

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Yet More Evidence Chocolate Could Help with Weight Loss

Yet More Evidence Chocolate Could Help with Weight Loss

June 22, 2014 | by

A recent study indicates that not only could dark chocolate aid in weight loss, but it can prevent type 2 diabetes as well. Eat more (dark) chocolate!

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Sick U.S. Nuclear Workers Paid by Federal Government for Toxic Exposure

Sick U.S. Nuclear Workers Paid by Federal Government for Toxic Exposure

June 22, 2014 | by

At the Hanford Site in Washington State and others, thousands of workers filed claims for illnesses and injuries from exposure to radiation and toxic waste.

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RoundUp Linked to Altered Testicular Function Just Days After Exposure

RoundUp Linked to Altered Testicular Function Just Days After Exposure

June 21, 2014 | by

A recent study suggests Monsanto’s RoundUp and glyphosate it can impact testicular function in just 8 days after exposure of ‘normal’ concentrations.

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4 Solutions for Natural Allergy Relief

4 Solutions for Natural Allergy Relief

June 21, 2014 | by

Suffer from allergies? You probably would rather try a more natural solution over a medication. Here are some solutions for natural allergy relief.

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