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- City life is KILLING humanity: 95% of humans living today are breathing polluted air, mostly from cities April 21, 2018(Natural News) Even if you don’t have any unhealthy habits, something that you do every day could be killing you: breathing. A new report from the Health Effects Institute shows that more than 95 percent of the people on our planet are breathing in air that is unsafe. Unfortunately, it’s those who live in the... […]
- Paranoid health loons now claim SHOWERING is bad for you April 21, 2018(Natural News) Now, suddenly, after centuries of evolution, humans who wish to cleanse their bodies of potentially infectious substances are overdoing it and actually harming themselves in the process. Yes, the daily shower has now been added to the long and growing list of things deemed unhealthy, unsanitary, and downright dangerous by hacks whose primary.. […]
- New biochemical leaching process uses corn stover to recover rare earth metals from electronic waste April 21, 2018(Natural News) A study has determined that aside from being used as fodder or bedding, corn stover can be used as feedstock for a new biochemical leaching process. This revolutionary process helps recover valuable rare earth metals from electronic waste. The biochemical leaching process is similar to a mining process and it requires the use of... […]
- Hydrogen-bromide flow batteries could soon power the renewable energy industry (but release a dangerous, toxic gas) April 21, 2018(Natural News) An energy storage concept from the Radical ’60s could solve the biggest problem of the wind energy sector. In an article published in ScienceDaily, Kansas researchers have developed a viable hydrogen-bromine flow battery that could store excess electricity during the night. Anyone who has been in the Midwest is bound to run across a wind... […]
- Scientists have developed new semiconductors that are more environmentally friendly April 21, 2018(Natural News) Concerned with the prevalence of useful but toxic perovskites in photovoltaic cells, a group of Iowa-based researchers devised alternative materials. They reported creating cheaper and eco-friendly semiconductors with similar performance, according to a ScienceDaily article. Perovskites are light-gathering materials used as semiconductors in s […]
- Connected but isolated: Experts say that more people just want to give birthday gifts online rather than seeing them in person April 21, 2018(Natural News) In recent years, the Internet has morphed into a platform where people can do just about anything. One of these, according to a recent study, is the act of gift-giving. More people are now engaging in online gift-giving, or the giving of gifts through social networks. This phenomenon has become so prevalent that... […]
- How much poop do you poo-duce in your lifetime? Check out these shocking figures April 21, 2018(Natural News) How much poop will you produce in your lifetime? It may not be a question you’ve mulled over, but it’s one that has definitive answers. A normal person will put out an average of 14 to 17 oz (or 400 to 500 g) of poop everyday, at a rate of roughly 0.8 in... […]
- What bad breath says about your general health and the natural ways you can improve it April 21, 2018(Natural News) Halitosis, or what’s commonly known as bad breath, refers to “the presence of a foul-smelling odor that is expelled from the mouth cavity.” You can’t really tell if your breath smells bad by blowing into your hand because the human body is designed in such a way that we’re unable to detect our... […]
- That's "belly" bad indeed: Carrying more weight around your abdomen makes you more likely to develop diabetes April 21, 2018(Natural News) Now you have one more reason to banish belly fat than just looking good in photos you and your friends upload in social media. More than any kind of fat, the kind that deposits itself deep in your abdomen increases your risk of insulin resistance and Type 2 diabetes. A new study at... […]
- Reducing calories by 15% found to slash risk of age-related diseases April 21, 2018(Natural News) Calorie restriction can do more than help you lose some weight. According to a study, reducing your calorie intake can help lower the risk of developing age-related diseases. Results from the study, which was spearheaded by researchers from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, revealed that minimizing your calor […]
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- 9 Signs Therapy Is Actually Working April 19, 2018Experts break down what progress looks like.
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- In the News: Music Shown to Enhance Effects of Hypertension Medication, Morning People Appear to Live Longer, Depressed Mothers May Have Children with Lower IQs April 18, 2018A new study shows that certain music enhances the effects of hypertensive medication. New research has proven that music lowers heart rate and blood pressure on its own without any medication....The post In the News: Music Shown to Enhance Effects of Hypertension Medication, Morning People Appear to Live Longer, Depressed Mothers May Have Children with Lower […]The Dr. Oz Show
- Stuffed Artichokes April 16, 2018Artichokes contain inulin, which is a naturally-occurring plant fiber that especially benefits people prone to constipation or those trying to lose or maintain weight. Get the recipe.The post Stuffed Artichokes appeared first on The Oz Blog.The Dr. Oz Show
- In the News: Updated Alzheimer’s Definition Could Lead to Faster Diagnosis, Yoga in School Helps Young Children with Anxiety, One Gene Can Make You Increase Sugar Intake While Decreasing Body Fat April 11, 2018Scientists are leaning towards using biological methods to diagnosis Alzheimer’s 15-20 years sooner. Rather than waiting until cognitive decline reveals itself in a patient to start testing and diagnosing Alzheimer’s, doctors...The post In the News: Updated Alzheimer’s Definition Could Lead to Faster Diagnosis, Yoga in School Helps Young Children with Anxiet […]The Dr. Oz Show
- How to Be a Mindful Parent When You Are Feeling Stressed April 9, 2018Written by Dr. Claire Nicogossian, Licensed Clinical Psychologist Stress is a part of life and nothing amplifies that emotion more than being a parent. Raising a family is hard work, and...The post How to Be a Mindful Parent When You Are Feeling Stressed appeared first on The Oz Blog.The Dr. Oz Show
- Skillet Chicken, Chili, and Lime April 9, 2018The herbs and spices in this recipe cleanse your gut, reduce inflammation, and fight bloat. Get the recipe.The post Skillet Chicken, Chili, and Lime appeared first on The Oz Blog.The Dr. Oz Show
- Hairstylist Angelo David Weighs In on Hair Loss and Treatments April 9, 2018Angelo David is a New York hairstylist who is completely revolutionizing both hair care and treatment for female hair loss. Here he speaks about root causes of hair loss, how...The post Hairstylist Angelo David Weighs In on Hair Loss and Treatments appeared first on The Oz Blog.The Dr. Oz Show
- In the News: Music Shown to Enhance Effects of Hypertension Medication, Morning People Appear to Live Longer, Depressed Mothers May Have Children with Lower IQs April 18, 2018
- Permanent Birth Control: His and Her Options April 22, 2018If you're sure you don't want kids, find out from WebMD what's involved with permanent birth control options like vasectomy and tubal ligation.
- Can Marijuana Be The Answer For Pain? April 20, 2018As patients and doctors look for alternatives to addictive pain killers, many are turning to marijuana. While the plant is increasingly legal across the United States, research is limited into its effectiveness and potential side effects.
- A Big Belly Bad for Your Heart April 20, 2018Those with a normal BMI (an estimate of overall body fat based on height and weight) but high levels of belly fat were about twice as likely to have a heart attack, procedures to open blocked arteries, or to die from heart problems during the follow-up than people without belly fat.
- Wrist Device Shows Promise for Hand Tremors April 20, 2018Essential tremor affects upwards of 7 million Americans, according to the American Academy of Neurology. Its cause is unknown, and there is no cure.
- Opioid Scripts Down, But Anti-Addiction Meds Up April 20, 2018The number of people in the U.S. who received new prescriptions for medications to treat opioid addiction nearly doubled during 2017, from 42,000 to 82,000 per month.
- U.S. Better Able to Tackle Health Emergencies April 20, 2018While there were gains in two-thirds of states, there were also inequities. The highest-scoring state (Maryland, 8) was rated 25 percent higher than the lowest-scoring states (Alaska and Nevada, 6.4), according to the foundation's report, which was released Tuesday.
- Opioids Still Overprescribed After Surgery: Study April 20, 2018Overall, nearly two-thirds of opioids prescribed after surgery went unused by patients, the study found. These drugs wound up lingering in patients' homes, inviting abuse and the potential for addiction, Habermann said.
- Could a Tattoo Someday Spot Your Cancer? April 19, 2018The biomedical tattoo is made up of cells embedded with sensors that measure levels of blood calcium.
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