Exposure to common chemicals wreaks havoc on your hormones: Endocrine disruptors linked to multiple health problems

Endocrine disruptors are toxic chemicals that interfere with your endocrine system, which is the network of glands that produce, store and secrete hormones. Also known as endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDC), these toxins are linked to multiple health problems, including infertility, diabetes, cancer and stunted brain development. Endocrine disruptors are found in a long list of common, everyday products, such as baby bottles and household … Continue reading Exposure to common chemicals wreaks havoc on your hormones: Endocrine disruptors linked to multiple health problems

Consuming soy could make you an aggressive loner, reveals surprising study

Research published in the journal Hormones and Behaviour reveals that soy consumption can lead to aggressive anti-social behavior. For their study, experts in the field evaluated adult macaques fed soy products over the course of 15 months. The primates were separated into nine stable social groups, some receiving soy-free protein and others receiving soy-based protein. One of the … Continue reading Consuming soy could make you an aggressive loner, reveals surprising study

Common plastic additive linked to fertility problems

A study published in the journal PLOS Genetics found that exposure to the plastic additive diethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) could cause fertility problems. Led by Harvard Medical School researchers, the study showed that DEHP increases breaks in the DNA during egg production and impairs cells’ ability to repair these breaks. How common plastic additive affects fertility DEHP belongs to a family of chemicals called phthalates. It is … Continue reading Common plastic additive linked to fertility problems

Compound in soy found to turn male fish into “females”

Japanese researchers have discovered that male fish fed soy isoflavones, which Americans also eat, eventually turn into “females.” Music to ears of the transgender cult, soybean compounds mimic female hormones to such a degree that consuming them regularly, as many people do, chemically damages male hormones like testosterone, effectively turning them into female hormones like estrogen. The … Continue reading Compound in soy found to turn male fish into “females”

Use it or lose it: An active, healthy sex life may delay menopause

If you don’t have sex frequently, could your body simply decide it doesn’t need to ovulate anymore? That is the implication of a study carried out by researchers from University College London, who surveyed 3,000 women about their sex lives and tracked them for a decade. Most of the women involved were married or in a … Continue reading Use it or lose it: An active, healthy sex life may delay menopause

Sweden’s largest children’s hospital bans use of puberty blockers on minors

Sweden’s largest children’s hospital has put new safeguards against the use of puberty-blockers and cross-sex hormones for minors claiming “gender dysphoria.” The Karolinska Institute‘s Astrid Lindgren Children’s hospital will no longer allow the prescription of these hormones to Swedish youth under the age of 16. Meanwhile, youth between 16 and 18 years of age can only access these treatments within clinical trials, and … Continue reading Sweden’s largest children’s hospital bans use of puberty blockers on minors

Researchers launch study to explore connection between irregular menstruations and coronavirus vaccines

Two researchers have launched a study to determine if Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines cause abnormal menstruations after hundreds of women noticed irregularities. The research is being conducted by Dr. Kathryn Clancy, an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Dr. Katherine Lee, a postdoctoral scholar in the public health sciences division of the Washington University … Continue reading Researchers launch study to explore connection between irregular menstruations and coronavirus vaccines

Carbs significantly relieve PMS symptoms in women and an increase in serotonin production could explain why

Controlling your intake of carbohydrates is an important part of a healthy weight management plan. But for women who suffer from mild or severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS), increasing their consumption of carbohydrates may give them relief from PMS symptoms because of its effect on serotonin production. Dr. Judith Wurtman, former director of the Research Program in Women’s Health at the Massachusetts Institute … Continue reading Carbs significantly relieve PMS symptoms in women and an increase in serotonin production could explain why

Scientist says sperm counts are dropping so low that human reproduction may soon be a thing of the past

Men today only have about half the amount of sperm that their grandfathers did, and the situation is getting progressively worse with each passing day. Shanna Swan, PhD, published a paper back in 2017 about this infertility phenomenon. More recently, she published a book about how endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) and other factors are destroying men’s bodies at … Continue reading Scientist says sperm counts are dropping so low that human reproduction may soon be a thing of the past

Mainstream media telling men to freeze their sperm before receiving coronavirus vaccine

Mainstream media outlets are telling men to strongly consider freezing their sperm before receiving a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine because it can lead to future fertility problems. This is according to the University of Miami, which is conducting research into the new coronavirus vaccines flooding the United States to ascertain whether or not they can cause infertility … Continue reading Mainstream media telling men to freeze their sperm before receiving coronavirus vaccine