5 Kid-friendly herbs for treating different ailments

Natural remedies have long been known for effectively addressing different ailments without the dangerous side effects that come with conventional medicine. Many parents nowadays are choosing natural cures whenever their children get sick. They head over to their gardens instead of the nearby pharmacy whenever their children experience a fever. But with the many different … Continue reading 5 Kid-friendly herbs for treating different ailments

Antibodies act as natural antidepressants: Study

A study by German researchers has found that the antibodies that the immune system produces to fight against disease can also act as natural antidepressants. When the immune system attacks the body, it can have devastating consequences that trigger functional disorders, and autoantibodies can target glutamate, a neurotransmitter. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine (MPIEM) in … Continue reading Antibodies act as natural antidepressants: Study

Children born during the COVID-19 pandemic have significantly lower IQ scores, most likely due to masking of mothers

A recent study has found that children born during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have significantly lower IQs. The IQ scores of children are affected by how they develop during the first 1,000 days of their lives. This is the most crucial portion of their young development. During their first 100 days, a variety of factors help improve … Continue reading Children born during the COVID-19 pandemic have significantly lower IQ scores, most likely due to masking of mothers

Lifetime exposure to lead linked to greater dementia risk

A study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease suggests that lead might play a role in the development of dementia. Researchers from the University of Toronto (U of T) reported this after finding a link between lifetime lead exposure and greater dementia risk. In particular, they found that dementia cases decreased as the use of lead declined over the past several … Continue reading Lifetime exposure to lead linked to greater dementia risk

Study: Mobile phone usage causes brain tumors

New research out of the University of California, Berkeley has found that regular use of a cell phone, which encompasses pretty much everyone these days, is linked to brain cancer. Researchers looked at the statistical findings of 46 different studies from around the world, determining that using a mobile phone for just 17 minutes per day over the course of … Continue reading Study: Mobile phone usage causes brain tumors

Study: Supplementing with omega-3s found to promote brain health in patients with coronary heart disease

Coronary heart disease is the most common form of heart disease in the United States. It occurs when plaque builds up inside the walls of the coronary arteries, which supply blood to the heart. Because plaque buildup reduces blood flow to the brain, many researchers consider coronary heart disease as a risk factor for dementia. Therefore, it is … Continue reading Study: Supplementing with omega-3s found to promote brain health in patients with coronary heart disease

Horrific vaccine “adverse events” BEFORE & AFTER Covid-19 jabs, right from the CDC’s very own vaccine injury tables

From the sound of it, vaccines are like biological weapons that destroy human health and should all be completely banned until proven safe and effective by multiple independent labs running vigorous tests and extensive clinical trials. Within hours and days of being injected with harmful substances, recombinant DNA, mRNA and genetically mutated viruses, human beings, including … Continue reading Horrific vaccine “adverse events” BEFORE & AFTER Covid-19 jabs, right from the CDC’s very own vaccine injury tables

Some COVID-19 patients still can’t smell after a year, while others experience distorted smells

Some COVID-19 patients who have recovered from the virus are still experiencing a loss of smell a year later, according to a new study. Anosmia, the scientific term for a total or partial loss of smell, is considered one of the most common symptoms of COVID-19 – so much so that it is the symptom … Continue reading Some COVID-19 patients still can’t smell after a year, while others experience distorted smells

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

Flame retardants, pesticides now leading risk factors for IQ loss

A study in the journal Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology found that exposure to flame retardants and pesticides is now the leading contributor to IQ loss. The study, which was published in February last year, also showed that exposure to heavy metals decreased over the past 16 years. A team led by New York University (NYU) researchers arrived at these findings after analyzing data from the National … Continue reading Flame retardants, pesticides now leading risk factors for IQ loss