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90% of disease is caused by stress.

By on Jan 28, 2018 in HEALTH AND WELLNESS |

By Kathleen Fackelmann, USA TODAY Firefighter Larry Cullison knows on-the-job stress too well. Like the time he and his crew tried — but failed — to rescue a 5-year-old girl from an inferno. Or the day he watched a fireman just one step in front of him plunge to a home’s basement after the floor gave way. Now, the 59-year-old firefighter from Warsaw, Ohio, is facing...

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Cheat Sheet–12 Food Additives to Avoid

By on Jan 28, 2018 in 21st Century Nutrition, HEALTH AND WELLNESS, NUTRITION |

By Jean Weiss for MSN Health & Fitness Whoever coined the term food additives had it all wrong. Including something new in a food doesn’t always add up to more, at least when it comes to your health. Studies that test the safety of additives are based on animal trials. It is difficult to deduce whether the results of an animal study equate to human health,...

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In Defense of Food–An Eater’s Manifesto (Book Review)

By on Jan 28, 2018 in HEALTH AND WELLNESS, NUTRITION |

Written By: Dr. Wegmann In Defense of Food” gives you a guided tour of 20th century food science, a history of “nutritionism” in America and a snapshot of the marriage of government and the food industry. And then it steps up to the reason most readers will buy it. and if you care for your health and the health of your loved ones this is a read for you. IN DEFENSE...

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The 10 Dirtiest Foods You’re Eating

By on Jan 28, 2018 in HEALTH AND WELLNESS, NUTRITION |

1.Chicken The dirt: Never mind cigarettes; the Surgeon General should slap a warning label on chicken. Recent nationwide testing by Consumers Union, the advocacy group behind Consumer Reports, notes that of the 484 raw broilers examined, 42 percent were infected by Campylobacter jejuni, and 12 percent by Salmonella enterides. The latest USDA research notes similar...

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Chiropractic vs. Swine Flu

By on Jan 28, 2018 in HEALTH AND WELLNESS, IMMUNIZATION |

With today’s headlines dominated by the swine flu we need to learn more in order to protect ourselves and our families. The 1918 Flu killed an estimated 40 million people world wide. I pray this outbreak does not reach that proportion. I cannot comprehend the psychological impact of death on this scale in society today. Here’s a little history on the swine flu. On...

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America’s Worst Supermarket Foods

By on Jan 28, 2018 in 21st Century Nutrition, DIABETES, HEALTH AND WELLNESS |

Written By: David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding From the produce section to the frozen-food aisle, the modern-day market is loaded with 50,000 food choices, all vying for your hard-earned money. That’s why we created the Eat This, Not That! Supermarket Survival Guide, the brand-new follow-up to our national bestselling nutrition books that will help you cut through...

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1 in 5 Preschoolers are Obese

By on Jan 28, 2018 in 21st Century Nutrition, CHILDREN, OBESITY |

CHICAGO – A striking new study says almost 1 in 5 American 4-year-olds is obese, and the rate is alarmingly higher among American Indian children, with nearly a third of them obese. Overall, more than half a million 4-year-olds are obese, the study suggests. Obesity is more common in Hispanic and black youngsters, too, but the disparity is most startling in...

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C-Section Birth Raises Risk of Asthma in Newborns by 79 Percent

By on Jan 28, 2018 in CHILDREN, HEALTH AND WELLNESS, NUTRITION, PREGNANCY |

Children delivered by cesarean section (c-section) are significantly more likely to develop asthma and allergies later in life than children delivered through natural, vaginal birth, according to a study conducted by researchers from National Institute for Public Health and the Environment in Bilthoven, the Netherlands. Researchers compared the rates of asthma and...

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New Theory Links Ultrasound to Autism

By on Jan 28, 2018 in CHILDREN, HEALTH AND WELLNESS |

In May 2006, figures from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed what too many parents and educators already knew: The incidence of autism is high, making it an “urgent public health issue,” according to Dr. Jose Cordero, director of the CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities. Only 12 years ago autism spectrum disorder (ASD)...

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