The Fructose Survival Hypothesis May Best Explain Obesity So Far
In the field of nutritional science, a new review of research has shed light on a somewhat underestimated culprit in the obesity epidemic: fructose. This seemingly innocuous sugar, commonly found in our diets, might be the stealthy trigger pulling us towards an unhealthy relationship with food.
10 Misconceptions about Biking to Work
The morning commute. It’s something that many of dread more than being a work. If only there was some way to make that time on the road more enjoyable and even beneficial. Well, now that I think about it, there already is a way; biking!
Largest Long-Vax Study Sheds Light on Controversial Post-Vaccination Syndrome
While Covid-19 vaccines have been instrumental in saving countless lives, there's a lesser-known narrative that's been unfolding in the background: the saga of Post-Vaccination Syndrome (PVS), also referred to as "Long Vax."
Risks of Eye-Related Complications Linked to COVID and Its Vaccines
In an eye-opening revelation, Korean medical experts have brought to light some concerning risks of eye-related complications from COVID-19 and its vaccines. Their new study, titled "Neuro-Ophthalmic Adverse Events of COVID-19 Infection and Vaccines: A Nationwide Cohort Study," was newly published in Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, a specialized scientific journal for eye health.
Will Global HPV Vaccination Trigger A "Mass Casualty Event": What Are the Facts?
In a world plagued by misinformation, a recent claim by the Children’s Health Defense (CHD) raises eyebrows and demands scrutiny. On November 7, 2023, CHD, an organization known for its anti-vaccination stance, led by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., a 2024 U.S. presidential candidate, made an absurd assertion.
Embracing the Green Revolution: The Health Benefits and Tasty Delights of Plant-Based Diets
In recent years, there has been a notable surge in the popularity of plant-based diets, driven by a growing awareness of health benefits and environmental considerations. Let's explore the numerous advantages of embracing a plant-based lifestyle and indulge in some delicious recipes that showcase the diversity and flavors of this green revolution.
Did mRNA and Spike Proteins Contaminated Blood Banks? Discerning Facts From Lies
Recently, a wave of concern has swept through Australia and other countries, fueled by a misleading notion claiming that the COVID-19 vaccines contaminated blood supplies. The root of this apprehension lies in the misconception that spike proteins from mRNA vaccines could taint the blood donated by vaccinated individuals. This claim, however, lacks scientific validity.
Tinnitus 911 Review: A Breakthrough Solution for Tinnitus
Living with tinnitus can be a challenging and often distressing experience. The persistent perception of sound without any external source can significantly impact one's quality of life. From a constant ringing or buzzing to other phantom sounds, tinnitus affects a significant portion of the population, with estimates ranging from 10 to 25% of adults experiencing it. While children can also be affected, tinnitus is commonly associated with adults, and the prevalence increases with age.
Should You Let Your Dog Lick Your Face? What Science Has to Say
As a devoted dog owner, you might find yourself wondering if it's safe to let your furry companion plant a wet, affectionate lick on your face. While the thought of dog kisses may seem harmless and endearing, it's crucial to delve into the scientific aspects that lurk behind this seemingly innocent gesture.
Who eats at Long John Silvers?
Long John Silver's, a renowned fast food chain specializing in seafood, has a rich history that has shaped its current state today. Founded in 1969 by Jim Patterson in Lexington, Kentucky, the chain has grown into a global brand. Although some wonder, how is Long John Silver's still open? Who are their customers? Because offering seafood in a landlocked state off of the highway doesn't sound too appealing to most.
Confronting methane gas: the battle continues at COP28 despite historic commitments.
A coalition of 50 major oil and gas corporations pledged at COP28 on Saturday to slash methane emissions by 80 to 90% by the end of the decade, a possible climate change breakthrough.
Stanford Professor, Andrew Huberman, 48, Hauls Heavy Rock Up Mountain. Internet Approves.
The normally buttoned-up Stanford professor and productivity guru, Andrew Huberman, recently showcased a side not yet seen by the general public. Last week, the 48-year-old neuroscientist can be seen, in a recent YouTube video, hauling a heavy rock up a mountain.
Green Spaces: The Fountain of Youth for Cellular Health
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA - New research published in the Science of the Total Environment has uncovered a groundbreaking link between green living spaces and the slowing of cellular aging. This study delves into the impact of greenery on telomeres, the protective caps at the ends of chromosomes associated with longevity and cellular aging, building upon the established health benefits of residing in green neighborhoods.
Disney Employee Spends $24,000 on Drugs Using Corporate Credit Card -- Doesn't Get Fired
This article was written with the help of A.I. software.*. Ex-Disney employee, Taron Sargsyan, recently posted a short memoir on Business Insider, outlining how his challenge with addiction caused him to charge $24,000 to his corporate credit card.
How Spike Protein Detox Protocol Sells Unproven Treatments For Profit
Dr. Peter A. McCullough, a cardiologist infamous for disseminating misleading and false assertions regarding COVID-19 and vaccines, has been propagating an unverified “spike protein detoxification” regimen, gaining huge traction on social media platforms (Figure 1).
Florida Sheriff Retired Suddenly; Gov. DeSantis Appoints Keith Pearson as Successor.
Port St. Lucie, FL - Shocking to many, St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara officially announced his retirement, a confirmation made by the Office of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Friday. Effective at the close of business on Friday, Dec. 1, Mascara's departure brings an end to his extensive tenure as the sheriff of St. Lucie County.
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BPA in Everyday Plastics Linked to Autism and ADHD
In recent years, there has been a troubling rise in diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and we're not exactly sure why.
Divergent Choices: Exploring the Impact of Veganism on Identical Twins
In a recent study, healthy twins embarked on an eight-week dietary experiment, with one group adhering to a vegan diet and the other consuming a combination of meat and vegetables. The results revealed significant health benefits for the vegan cohort, including a notable decrease of 10% to 15% in "bad" low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, a 25% reduction in insulin levels, and a 3% decrease in body weight.