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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.
Millions of Americans are drinking radioactive water and don’t know it. To see the amounts of radium and other contaminants in your local water system, click on the link and add your zip code to the search bar.
Flesh-eating bacteria is not just in the water. It can also colonize in the sand.Given the growing concern and news reports of dangerous flesh-eating bacteria, the health department launched a new campaign to inform beach-goers on how to remain safe. The campaign — Swim it, Shore it, Dodge it — offers guidance on safety concerns.
It’s been a hot summer and you might think that cooling off in the pool — whether in your own backyard or at your local recreational center — is just the ticket. But not so fast….
Honored to have been able to share my story of healing with readers of Spokane Couer d' Alene Living magazine. JAMES TEMPLETON: THE MAN WHO BEAT THE...
One of the industrial chemicals admitted to being released (perfluorobutane sulfonamide) is increasing found in trout and other fish species.
What comes to mind when you picture a “typical” sleep apnea patient? Chances are, you imagine someone middle-aged, overweight, sedentary . . . and male. Well… here’s an interesting article that is food for thought. Sleep apnea (and snoring) are commonly thought of as a men’s health problem, but it may just be that women are more at risk.
Is sunscreen the new margarine? Chemical sunscreens are dangerous and not the best way to practice “safe sun”. If you wouldn’t eat it, don’t slather it on your skin! The chemicals contained in sunscreen can be dangerous and they can enter the bloodstream quickly.
Screening for bowel cancer used to start at about age 50. It seems that now we’ll have to revise those screening guidelines. A preventive approach to cancer is warranted, in my opinion, starting with diet and nutrition. Today’s SAD (Standard American Diet) just isn’t cutting it. And apparently, the problem isn’t only in the U.S.
Believe it or not, ninety percent of all cancer fatalities result from metastasis. As you may know, metastasis is what happens when cancer spreads to a different part of the body from where it started.Yet, conventional cancer treatments do nothing to stop cancer from spreading and preventing the invasion of cancer cells into other organs and tissues.
One brave cancer survivor is sharing his personal story… of how he used a unique approach to BEAT cancer and keep it from coming back.This is life-changing information you don’t want to miss – and that you’ll want to share with everyone you know.
James Templeton, Founder of Templeton Wellness Foundation, has written a new book title, I Used To Have Cancer detailing his personal battle with cancer, and his 30+ year survival, in spite of the odds.The new book was recently featured on prominent Whole Foods Magazine, in their Good Health Reads section.
Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Adjuvant Chemotherapy Guided by a 21-Gene Expression Assay in Breast Cancer Read Full...
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