Hazards, Issues & Diseases
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (April 23-29, 2017)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.
Case and Deaton have found that this increase in mortality is due not only to the usual diseases of middle age, heart disease and cancer, but also to a rise in the number of deaths of despair. These are deaths resulting from drugs, alcohol and suicide.
Sleeping less than seven hours per day is associated with an increased risk of developing chronic conditions
If you’ve ever wondered whether you might be genetically predisposed to a particular disease, you’ll soon be able to find out right at home. This month, the Food and Drug Administration authorized 23andMe, a genetic testing company, to market tests for 10 diseases or conditions directly to individuals.
Most people that have to deal with anxiety and depression are unable to provide an exact reason to why they were afflicted in the first place
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has quietly scrapped plans to start testing food for glyphosate, the primary component of the Monsanto-made herbicide RoundUp.
Plastic fibers from synthetic clothing released into waterways after washing, are found in fish and shellfish sold for human consumption. Learn how you can help stop microfiber pollution, now responsible for 85% of global shoreline pollution.
Depression is growing in the world — but so is our ability to heal it naturally. Check out these lifestyle choices that will make you less prone to depression.
Found in more than cooking foil, learn how aluminum has been long known to be neurotoxic. Mounting evidence indicates chronic exposure is a factor in many neurological diseases, including dementia, autism, and Parkinson’s disease.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (April 2-8, 2017)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function. Please let us know what you think, of this posting, in our comments section.
Many who “wear their inner scars’ visibly on the outside with obesity or the ravages of substance abuse, suffer stigma and discrimination by the medical community. Learn how one doctor urges colleagues to see past unhealthy appearances and recognize the value in all people.