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10 Ways Plant-Based Eating Keeps You Safe From Colds

Coughing uncontrollably and having to carry around gobs of tissues is annoying, not to mention it’s hard to breathe or sleep.


Reversing hearing loss closer to reality after scientists learn to regenerate cells

Many people forget to bring a pair of earplugs when they’re favorite band or musician comes to town, and most end up regretting that oversight when their ears are still ringing a few days later.


Wake up, get thin! Morning exercise leads to burning more calories

Morning gym-goers reap more rewards and burn more calories, a new study explains.



An act of ecological terrorism has been carried out in Ohio as “authorities” set fire to as many as ten train cars carrying highly toxic vinyl chloride (and other chemicals), unleashing a massive plume of chemical-laden smoke that exploded into the skies and spread for hundreds of square miles.


What New York’s Laundry Detergent Ban Means for Some Popular Brands

Many commercially available detergents were found to contain a probable human carcinogen.


Vitamin D found to prevent diabetes

If you or someone you know is prediabetic, it might interest you to know that a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine confirms that vitamin D may be a cure that prevents the formation of full-blown diabetes.


Low-calorie diets slow down the aging process as much as quitting smoking

Low-calorie diets could slow down the pace of aging and have as much of an impact on health as quitting smoking, a new study suggests.


Intermittent fasting doesn’t influence weight, Johns Hopkins study suggests

Intermittent fasting is a popular dietary routine followed by many to maintain a healthy weight, but it may not be as effective at shedding the pounds as believed, according to new research.


Full marijuana legalization leads to less use? Teen cannabis vaping highest in states that only allow medical use

Surprising research from Washington State University suggests widespread cannabis legalization may actually promote less marijuana use among teens. Researchers say more high school seniors reported vaping cannabis in states where it is legal only for medical purposes in comparison to other states where cannabis is fully legal for all adults.


Common chemical in shampoo and soap sends womens risk of diabetes skyrocketing

A common chemical in personal hygiene products like soap and shampoo can raise a woman’s risk of developing diabetes by over 60 percent, new research reveals.

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