Court denies EPA’s request to limit info on water fluoridation

Court denies EPA’s request to limit info on water fluoridation from Mercola An attempt by the Environmental Protection Agency to dismiss a lawsuit aimed at doing away with water fluoridation in the U.S. was denied in 2018 by a Northern District of California federal court judge, as reported in The National Law Review.   The court blocked requests by the EPA to limit the information that was available to the court while a decision was being made whether or not to ban water fluoridation. This means that important studies showing the…

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Why You Need Organic Supplements!

Why You Need Organic Supplements! By Neenah Payne for Natural Blaze Note: This article is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment provided by a qualified healthcare provider. Note: Natural Blaze does not receive commissions from sales related to any products or services mentioned in this article; they are strictly presented only as personal recommendations from this article’s author. Jonathan Hunsaker was the producer of The Truth About Cancer docuseries and is the founder of the Organixx supplement company. TeriAnn Trevenen is the Organixx CEO. “The Fascinating History of Supplements!” reviewed Episode 1 of…

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HOUSE QUIETLY ORDERS PENTAGON TO TELL CONGRESS IF IT RELEASED WEAPONIZED TICKS

HOUSE QUIETLY ORDERS PENTAGON TO TELL CONGRESS IF IT RELEASED WEAPONIZED TICKS by Emma Fiala via Waking Times Some Americans have long been concerned that tick borne illnesses are the result of the U.S. government weaponizing insects, having been labeled “conspiracy theorists” for making such claims. But now, some members of the U.S. House are voicing their own concerns that the Pentagon may have in fact weaponized disease-carrying ticks and released them—either accidentally or purposefully. Unbeknownst to many, the House voted last week to require the Pentagon inspector general to…

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What Is Saffron Good For?

What Is Saffron Good For? from Mercola Saffron belongs to the iris family, and has had a plethora of uses throughout millennia. As far back as the writings of Galen and Hippocrates, saffron was mentioned as a medical treatment for coughs, colds, stomach ailments, insomnia, uterine bleeding, scarlet fever, heart trouble, and flatulence. Naturally, one of saffron’s first uses may have been for dyeing textiles, since a single grain can color 10 gallons of water with a distinctive yellow hue. More than a grain is used, however, to color the…

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Use-by, Best-by, Sell-by | Food Expiration Dates

Use-by, Best-by, Sell-by | Food Expiration Dates by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog What do Expiration Dates Mean? Many are confused about what these ‘Use-by’, ‘Best-by’, and ‘Sell-by’ dates really mean. Use-by and Best-by Dates The ‘Use-by’ and ‘Best-by’ dates are intended for consumer use. It is the date the manufacturer deems the product reaches peak freshness. It’s NOT a date to indicate spoilage, nor does it necessarily signal that the food is no longer safe to eat. Sell-by The ‘Sell-by’ date is only intended to help manufacturers and…

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It’s OK To Mourn The People You’ve Had To Cut Off

It’s OK To Mourn The People You’ve Had To Cut Off by Erin Elizabeth for Health Nut News Bad relationships happen to everyone. You can find yourself facing conflict every day whether it is someone you work with, a romantic relationship, an off-kilter friendship or an overbearing family member. So, it’s not surprising to hear that a recent study by the American Sociology Review found that social networks and power constraints can keep us trapped in toxic relationships with people we find to be difficult or demanding. (1) Although cutting difficult people out…

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Coffee really can make you live longer

Coffee really can make you live longer by: Stephanie Diaz for Natural News The secret to a long life may be your cup of joe. Studies show that regular coffee drinkers have a reduced risk of dying prematurely compared to non-drinkers. Drinking coffee may increase your chances of living a longer life Two studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine looked into the drinking habits of over 700,000 people in the U.S. and Europe. They aimed to investigate the link between drinking coffee and death rates. They found that people with increased coffee consumption have a…

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Intermittent fasting may prevent diabetes

Intermittent fasting may prevent diabetes by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola Diabetes is a disease of insulin resistance resulting in high blood sugar.1 Your pancreas secretes the hormone insulin, which is used to move blood sugar across cell walls for energy.2 The number of those experiencing diabetes has risen sharply since 1958, when the CDC3 estimated 0.93% of the population had been diagnosed with it. By 2015 the number had risen to 7.4%. As the population numbers had also increased, the absolute numbers diagnosed were 1.6 million in 1958, rising to 23.4 million in…

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The Future of Nutrition Is Personal

The Future of Nutrition Is Personal BY TIM SPECTOR, KING’S COLLEGE LONDON via The Epoch Times Gut bacteria is unique to each person, which means everyone processes fat and sugar differently Humans are complicated, and there are many things that influence our health. There are things we can’t change, like our age or genetic makeup, and the things we can, such as our choice of food and drink. There are also the trillions of bacteria that live in our guts—collectively known as the microbiome—that have a significant impact on our health and…

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The Historical Facts on Measles and the Measles Vaccine Censored by Corporate Media

The Historical Facts on Measles and the Measles Vaccine Censored by Corporate Media by Erin Elizabeth for Health Nut News By Barbara Loe Fisher National Vaccine Information Center This year, the fear mongering about measles has reached epidemic proportions in America. A day doesn’t go by without media outlets publishing angry articles and editorials spewing hatred toward a tiny minority of parents with unvaccinated children, who are being blamed for measles outbreaks. The remedy is always a call to track down, persecute and punish any parent whose child is not vaccinated. Some…

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