When chemotherapy fails, science turns to… flaxseeds?

When chemotherapy fails, science turns to… flaxseeds? by: Isabelle Z. for Natural News Chemotherapy remains a popular treatment for cancer patients, but that’s mostly due to its profit potential and a lack of alternatives rather than its efficacy. In fact, as far as treatments go, it leaves a lot to be desired, ravaging patients’ bodies without providing meaningful progress in many cases. Now, researchers are looking back to nature to make up for chemotherapy’s shortcomings. In a new study, Italian researchers looked at whether flaxseed could enhance the effects of…

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The Link Between Fast Food and Teenage Depression

The Link Between Fast Food and Teenage Depression by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola In the U.S., an estimated 3.2 million adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 suffer from depression, defined as having at least one major depressive episode in a year. This accounts for 13.3% of adolescents, who experience a period of at least two weeks with a depressed mood, loss of interest in daily activities and other symptoms, such as problems with sleep, appetite, energy, concentration or feelings of self-worth.1 Depression among adolescents is on the rise,…

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This Is Why So Many Americans Are Deathly Afraid Of Going To The Hospital…

This Is Why So Many Americans Are Deathly Afraid Of Going To The Hospital… by Michael Snyder for End of the American Dream What you are about to read in this article is likely to make you very angry.  Once upon a time, the primary mission of our hospitals was to help people, but today they have become vicious financial predators.  Many Americans try very hard to avoid visiting the hospital because of what it might cost, but if an emergency happens there is no choice.  They often get us…

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Microplastics Harming Our Drinking Water Is A Major Environmental Challenge

Microplastics Harming Our Drinking Water Is A Major Environmental Challenge from Natural Blaze Plastics in our waste streams are breaking down into tiny particles, causing potentially catastrophic consequences for human health and our aquatic systems, finds research from the University of Surrey and Deakin’s Institute for Frontier Materials. Led by Dr Judy Lee and Marie Enfrin from the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering at the University of Surrey and Dr Ludovic Dumée at Deakin’s Institute for Frontier Materials, the project investigated nano and microplastics in water and wastewater treatment…

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WHO IS THE BLONDE BUTTER MAKER? (Video)

WHO IS THE BLONDE BUTTER MAKER? Video by Red Ice TV Who is The Blonde Butter Maker and why the name “butter”? Find out in this video where The Blonde Butter Maker briefly touches on healthy fats, butter, sacred foods, pagan roots and a feminine touch. Here I tie it all together and explain Who Is The Blonde Butter Maker.” Welcome to the kitchen of The Blonde Butter Maker. Join me as I bring power back into the home while returning to vibrant health and radiant living. How to’s and…

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Celebrate Sexual Ethics. Don’t Apologize for Them

Celebrate Sexual Ethics. Don’t Apologize for Them by ANDREA PALPANT DILLEY for We can take pride and joy in the historic, biblical view of human sexuality. Over the last five years, an increasing number of believers have changed their stance on sexual ethics and slipped from the grounded banks of orthodoxy into the current of the times. Several public figures, in particular, have come out as “affirming” and brought thousands with them. Those of us with a historic, biblical view feel at times defensive or discouraged, and our posture—quite understandably—is…

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Scientists Develop A Gel That Could Make Tooth Decay A Thing Of The Past

Scientists Develop A Gel That Could Make Tooth Decay A Thing Of The Past By Elias Marat for Natural Blaze It’s long been a basic matter of life that humans have only two sets of teeth in a lifetime: our baby teeth and our permanent “adult” teeth. And while our teeth are the hardest bones in our body, billions of people throughout the world face the perpetual loss of tooth enamel—the mineralized substance protecting the surface of our teeth—thanks to tooth decay and various acids found in our foods and drinks.…

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Measles — Everything You Need to Know About This Infection

Measles — Everything You Need to Know About This Infection from Mercola If you have heard about measles, you might be wondering what you should be aware of regarding this disease. Keep reading to learn about measles, how this viral infection spreads, its symptoms and how you can help prevent and treat it. Basic Facts About Measles Also called rubeola, measles is a highly contagious, acute viral infection of the respiratory system. It’s transmitted via respiratory droplets (infected saliva or mucus) in the air, spreading easily from person to person…

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Never Too Late: Seniors Who Rarely Exercise Benefit From Gym As Much As Life-Long Athletes

Never Too Late: Seniors Who Rarely Exercise Benefit From Gym As Much As Life-Long Athletes By John Anderer for Natural Blaze If you’ve been avoiding the gym because you feel like you should have gotten started years ago, a new study conducted in England may be just the extra bit of motivation you’re looking for. Researchers from The University of Birmingham have found that seniors who have never committed to a long-term fitness regimen can still build the same amount of muscle mass as a seasoned athlete around the same age. According to…

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Autism Rates Increasing Fastest Among Black, Hispanic Youth

Autism Rates Increasing Fastest Among Black, Hispanic Youth from Natural Blaze Autism rates among racial minorities in the United States have increased by double digits in recent years, with black rates now exceeding those of whites in most states and Hispanic rates growing faster than any other group, according to new University of Colorado Boulder research. The study, published this month in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, also found that prevalence of autism among white youth is ticking up again, after flattening in the mid-2000s. While some of…

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