Hazards, Issues & Diseases
If the answer is yes to one or more of these effects, it’s important to see your healthcare professional immediately. Breast Cancer is the second highest killer of women the world over. An eighth of all women in the USA will develop breast cancer throughout the course of their life, with almost a quarter of a million new cases in 2016 alone.
About 2 percent of the population carries MRSA bacteria somewhere on the body, the same bacteria that causes over 90,000 serious staph infections in the U.S. alone every year, and is linked to serious health problems like skin abscesses, sepsis and pneumonia.
Our society is one filled with food of the utmost convenience. We need only to drive a few minutes in order to find some fast food joint offering fat-ridden delights on the cheap. As a consequence, we’ve become attuned to what scientists call the stimuli of our food environment.
With all the uncertainty surrounding the safety and efficacy of vaccines, it’s critical to protect your right to make independent health choices and exercise voluntary informed consent to vaccination.
Woman self-cures terminal lung cancer with a mix of coconut and cannabis oil. In an effort to help save others, she shares her story.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 11% of children between the ages of 4 and 17 have been diagnosed with A.D.H.D. as of 2011. However, if you ask the American Psychiatric Association, they maintain that even though only 5% of American children suffer from the disorder, the diagnosis is actually given to around 15% of American children. This number has been steadily rising, jumping from 7.8% in 2003 to 9.5% in 2007. Schwarz identifies two main themes involved with A.D.H.D. misdiagnosis: the pharmaceutical industry’s role in pushing A.D.H.D. drugs, and doctors failing to identify the root cause of children’s behavioural issues.
For Pfizer, the blood pressure lowering drug, Lipitor, has created $130 BILLION in sales. But is it really necessary? And could it’s side effects outweigh it’s benefits. Dr. Axe answers these questions.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (October 31, 2016 to November 5, 2016)? 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.
Bitter melon is a fruit that grows abundantly in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. Traditionally it has been used to treat diabetes and other more mild diseases or illnesses.
Did you know that fluctuations in our environment, such as light and temperature, can dictate our internal clocks and alter our ability to function properly? That’s why jet lag symptoms arise when we travel to another time zone. Coordinated daily rhythms are evident in most aspects of our physiology, and they’re driven by internal timing systems that are known as circadian rhythms.
Do you often cross your legs while sitting casually or at any event? Well, it’s a common pose that is usually associated with style and feminine culture. Crossing your legs is actually quite common, although it’s not often brought to attention. It can add a style and elegance to appearance. It has aesthetic value, but there are some medical concerns that must be revealed here.
In a policy statement released October 24, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that infants should sleep in the same room as parents to lower the risk of sleep-related deaths.
Here is compelling proof that your gut health directly affects the quality of your sleep and simple solutions for healing your gut microbiome.