Upon their inception, smart meters were touted as an energy-saving device, eliminating the need for utility crew or individual inspection on a monthly basis. But as the ever-amounting evidence is indicating, these time-savers are putting us at even more health risks than previously thought. And are they really saving us money on our utility bills?
Scientists are sounding the warning that officials should limit the number of LED streetlights. They have discovered a “strong link” between the LED technology and cancer that may in fact DOUBLE the risk of prostate cancer and increase the risk of breast cancer by 1.5 times.
I can’t always cook from home, sometimes I must travel due to work demands and even our family vacations don’t always permit me control over my diet. But I don’t want to sacrifice my health. What can I do?
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While organic food can be more expensive depending on your location, think of it as a good investment in your health. But if it’s simply not in the budget, here are a couple of suggestions.