CANCER LINK CONFIRMED IN LARGEST EVER CELL TOWER RADIATION STUDY

Alex Pietrowski, Waking Times As the rollout of the nationwide 5G cell network moves forward, many concerned scientists and public health experts are raising the alarm about the potential harms of bathing the environment in high frequency electromagnetic energy. This new technology would add another layer of electromagnetic radiation to an already dangerously inundated environment. […]

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Can Cellphones Cause Cancer? Experts Surprised By Latest Tests

Can cellphones really cause cancer? It’s been a question that’s dogged researchers for years. However, a group of experts say the results of some tests are pretty surprising. Millions of people constantly call, text, click, take pictures and play on cellphones. Even the top cellular radiation researchers from around the world have a hard time […]

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Health Crisis The Media Wont Talk About: Flu Is Killing 1 in 10

Along with the pneumonia it spawns, this year’s epidemic may be killing 4,000 people every week. The amount of influenza ravaging the U.S. this year rivals levels normally seen when an altogether new virus emerges, decimating a vulnerable population that hasn’t had a chance to develop any defenses.   It’s an unexpected phenomenon that public health […]

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Red Wine Used to Treat-Heart-disease

Source: Louisiana State University An LSU professor is harnessing antioxidant compounds found in red wine to advance the treatment of heart disease — the leading cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. Heart disease occurs when plaque builds up within artery walls blocking the blood flow through tissues in the body, increasing […]

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Three coffees a day linked to range of health benefits

The good stuff. Tyler Nix  Three or four cups of coffee a day confer the best health benefits, according to researchers from the University of Southampton. The research found coffee consumption was linked to lower risks of premature death and heart disease. Coffee consumption was also linked to lower risks of diabetes, liver disease, dementia and […]

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Airborne Plague Spreading At Alarming Rate Migrating to Mainland Africa; Is Europe Next?

The various forms of Plague, especially the airborne pulmonary form is spreading rapidly and is expected, if not already, to strike East Africa coast from Somalia to South Africa. Thus far, cases are estimated at 2,034 but the number seems to be grossly under-counted.  Those who are in infected areas of Madagascar are leaving Madagascar […]

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