5 Germ-Filled Places and How to Stay Healthy in Them

5 Germ-Filled Places and How to Stay Healthy in Them from Mercola You may think you can’t escape germs that are everywhere, but an MSN News report pointed out several precautions you can take to ensure you and your family remain in good health when in unhealthy environments. Your best bet when fighting germs is to beef up your immune system by eating whole, natural foods, eliminating processed foods and sugar, getting enough sleep and practicing some form of stress management. If your immune system is in tip-top shape, you’ll have a…

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MRI Study Associates Screen Time Exposure In Children To Lower Brain Development

MRI Study Associates Screen Time Exposure In Children To Lower Brain Development By John Vibes for Natural Blaze GNN Note – In my opinion screen time impacts adults, not like children, but has a major impact on our lives, not just our eye sight, that we currently do not understand. ****** According to a new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, too much screen time for young children could be linked to slower brain development. The study’s lead author Dr. John Hutton, a pediatrician and clinical researcher at Cincinnati Children’s…

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MORE RECALLS: Vegetables, Meat, and Fish Recalled for Possible Listeria Contamination and Mislabeling Issues

MORE RECALLS: Vegetables, Meat, and Fish Recalled for Possible Listeria Contamination and Mislabeling Issues By Sandra D. Lane for The Organic Prepper GNN Note – What is happening with our food supply? ****** On the heels of the last recall of More Than 100 Vegetable Products reported by Daisy Luther just six days ago come three more recalls, with one being an extension of another. First, Russ Davis Wholesale is recalling “Crazy Fresh” produce items over possible contamination of Listeria monocytogenes. However, this recall is in response to Mann Packaging’s enormous initial recall on November 3, which…

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Google is Secretly Harvesting “Detailed” Health Data From Millions of Americans, Report Reveals

Google is Secretly Harvesting “Detailed” Health Data From Millions of Americans, Report Reveals By Eoin Higgins for Common Dreams A “bombshell” new report from The Wall Street Journal describes a secret project from Google and healthcare giant Ascension to store data on millions of Americans, a move that critics of the tech conglomerate decried as another example of overreach. “When will someone go to jail?” wondered mathematician and musician David C. Lowery. “That would stop this shit real fast.” when will someone go to Jail? That would stop this shit real fast. Google’s secret “Project Nightingale” gathers…

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10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Coffee

10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Coffee by Natural Blaze Coffee might seem to have become the premier symbol of our modern fast-paced lifestyle. Often used as a quick wake-up, midday pick-me-up, or to get through a late-night cram session for school or work, coffee as a beverage is only increasing in popularity. Coffee’s history as a beverage that made its way from the Arabian peninsula into Europe and beyond is indeed an interesting one. However, the use of coffee in its entirety is being studied more closely and could place coffee in a whole…

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Eating eggs regularly can lower your risk of developing age-related blindness, researchers find

Eating eggs regularly can lower your risk of developing age-related blindness, researchers find by: Arsenio Toledo for Natural News Research suggests that regular consumption of eggs can lower the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). This eye disease, which affects people over 50 years of age, is one of the leading causes of blindness among the elderly. In their study, which was published in the journal Clinical Nutrition, researchers from Australia reported that of the 3,654 people they monitored over 15 years, those who ate between two to four eggs every week were 49 percent less likely to develop AMD…

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Hibiscus for High Blood Pressure

Hibiscus for High Blood Pressure by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola The news about the effects of hibiscus on high blood pressure continues to grow, offering promise to those looking for natural ways to control this common condition. I’ve written previously about the positive ways this plant can help your heart and overall health; now new research suggests that its effectiveness may be even greater than what’s been reported. I’ll explain the history, discuss the uses of the colorful flower and share tips on how to incorporate it into your overall…

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MASSIVE RECALL: More Than 100 Vegetable Products Recalled Across US and Canada (Many Organic!)

MASSIVE RECALL: More Than 100 Vegetable Products Recalled Across US and Canada (Many Organic!) by Daisy Luther for The Organic Prepper GNN Note – Normally I don’t like to publish multiple articles from the same source on the same day, however, there are exceptions to every rule and today is one of those exceptions. This is too important to you and me. ****** This recall is a beast of epic proportions. You may have thought the recent apple recall was crazy but wait until you see the massive scope of this one.…

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The FDA Announces E. Coli Outbreak…14 Weeks After the First Reported Case

The FDA Announces E. Coli Outbreak…14 Weeks After the First Reported Case By Cat Ellis for The Organic Prepper GNN Note – Because they love and care so much for you and your family. ****** Every week, it seems like there is yet another food recall. Everything from E. coli, Listeria, Salmonella, and even Hepatitis A has been found in our groceries. Both the CDC and the FDA are involved in investigating and reporting outbreaks and recalls. So, you’d think the public would be notified as soon as there was an outbreak. As it turns…

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What Economics Can Teach Us About Dieting

What Economics Can Teach Us About Dieting by Max Gulker for Natural Blaze I’m old enough to remember that when I was a child going on a diet meant something like “eat fewer calories and get some exercise.” The proliferation in the number and approaches of diets since the 1980s has likely resulted from a combination of scientific advancement, fundamental scientific limitations, the internet’s ability to reach people at a low cost, and countless developments across politics and culture. If that seems like a mouthful, consider just how many diets…

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