Air Pollution Found to Alter Important Epigenetic Mark

Air pollution is not only a significant threat to our environment, but also to our health. Ranging from vehicles to industrial facilities, common sources of air pollution are all around us. These pollutants are linked to serious health issues, such as respiratory disease, impaired lung function, asthma, cancer, chronic bronchitis, and increased morbidity. According to … Continue reading Air Pollution Found to Alter Important Epigenetic Mark

Air Pollution Could Alter Tags on DNA and Increase Risk for Neurodegenerative Disease

Not only is air pollution a major environmental concern, but it poses major health issues. New research suggests that inhaling extremely small particles known as fine particulate matter could add epigenetic marks to DNA. This may potentially lead to stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, cognitive impairments and neurodevelopmental disorders. We’re certainly learning more about how … Continue reading Air Pollution Could Alter Tags on DNA and Increase Risk for Neurodegenerative Disease

Epigenetic Changes Result from Breathing in Diesel Exhaust

New research exposes the epigenetic changes and harmful consequences that can occur as a result of exposure to diesel exhaust fumes. Researchers at the University of British Columbia and Vancouver Coastal Health have found that breathing in diesel exhaust fumes can lead to changes in DNA methylation levels, switching on and off certain genes. Diesel exhaust is … Continue reading Epigenetic Changes Result from Breathing in Diesel Exhaust

Pregnant Moms’ Exposure to Pollution May Epigenetically Increase Child’s Asthma Susceptibility

Exposure to environmental pollution, such as diesel exhaust or concentrated urban air particles, during pregnancy could increase a child’s risk of developing asthma via epigenetic mechanisms. Recent research in the Journal of Physiology – Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology suggests that this allergic susceptibility might even be epigenetically passed down for several generations. Asthma forms as a result … Continue reading Pregnant Moms’ Exposure to Pollution May Epigenetically Increase Child’s Asthma Susceptibility

Salt That Kills, Salt That Heals

This broadcast draws a comparison between table salt and quality Himalayan sea salt. Many people believe there is no difference yet a long study by a German physician and a physicist demonstrated many significant health benefits for numerous illness when consuming the sea salt. As there are various brands available the specific Himalayan used in … Continue reading Salt That Kills, Salt That Heals

Histamine Intolerance: 6 Remedies Plus Foods to Eat & Avoid

Source: Histamine Intolerance: 6 Remedies Plus Foods to Eat & Avoid by Dr. Edward Group   Itchy, scratchy skin. Unexplained sneezing and red, watery eyes. Constant headaches? Is this an allergy — or something else? You may be experiencing histamine intolerance — when too many of these compounds have built up in your blood, causing an … Continue reading Histamine Intolerance: 6 Remedies Plus Foods to Eat & Avoid

The Key Cause of Cancer is Oxygen Deficiency

In Conquering Cancer we are going to read a lot about oxygen as well as about carbon dioxide, which are the ultimate yin yang pair. It is good to know that oxygen is toxic without CO2. Oxygen is also partially controlled by the presence of CO2. Both O2 and CO2 are nutritional gases yet it is CO2 which … Continue reading The Key Cause of Cancer is Oxygen Deficiency

The Air We Breathe Causes Cancer

The air we breathe is laced with cancer-causing substances and should now be classified as carcinogenic to humans, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) is now declaring. It really does matter where you live and where a person treats their cancer. One does not want to be anywhere near a city like this when battling their … Continue reading The Air We Breathe Causes Cancer

Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

Fungal or Bacterial? There is little hope for patients found to have a virulent strain of “totally drug-resistant tuberculosis” lung disease, doctors say, and that is because they have no idea what to use in the post-antibiotic era where drug-resistant infections rule the day. And that is because doctors are blind when faced with fungal … Continue reading Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: Top Uses, Benefits, & More

Source: Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: Top Uses, Benefits, & More by Dr. Edward Group You’re probably familiar with hydrogen peroxide and know it can be used to whiten teeth, sterilize a cut, or as a mouthwash. However, do you know about food grade hydrogen peroxide? Watch below or read on to learn about the basics, benefits, … Continue reading Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: Top Uses, Benefits, & More