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High Blood Sugar Is Serious Business. What Can You Do Right Away?

Left untreated, high blood sugar levels cause you to feel tired and weak, be thirsty, and urinate a lot, be susceptible to infections and have blurry vision. In the elderly, high blood sugar levels can lead to dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, and lead to falls....

Alzheimer’s, Osteoarthritis & Turmeric

Turmeric is flying off the shelves of natural food stores across the nation as researchers continue to find evidence that it is a naturally potent way to deal with Alzheimer’s disease and Osteoarthritis. Ongoing research with animal and human testing is showing...

Ten Interesting Facts About The Human Body

With all of the fascinating facts about the human body it was difficult to pick just ten, but here they are… Let us know what you think, or if you know any interesting facts not mentioned here. Human Body Facts: 1. The brain is much more active at night than...

What Would You Do To Recover from a Cold?

Yesterday, someone was on the phone with me and I heard a lot of coughing and sniffling.  She asked me what I would do if I had a cold. I replied that I would drink plenty of fluids, get plenty of rest and take a squirt of PowerImmune under the tongue several times...

Organic Battery Breakthrough

A new discovery by a team of chemists has just shined a light on the possibility of highly efficient organic batteries taking the place of the current toxic and inefficient batteries currently in use. Research by a team of University of Texas at Austin chemists led by...

Vitamin B Prevents Alzheimer’s

Scientists have just anounced that B vitamins are linked to preventing the memory loss associated with Alsheimer’s disease. Nearly 20% of people ages 70 or older suffer from mild cognitive impairment. About half of them go on to develop some time of dimentia...

BPA From Dental Work

As you are reading this the FDA is in the middle of an ongoing process to decide on how to classify the controversial chemical BPA (bisphenol A). While they are dealing with those tough decisions, new research continues to pour in. The latest study has just emerged...

Sleeping Pills Increase Chance of Death By 36 Percent

New research has just been published about the long term health risks associated with the regular use of medications to treat insomnia and anxiety. These findings were made by Geneviève Belleville, a professor at Université Laval’s School of Psychology have been...

High Cholesterol & Non-Stick Cookware

The latest bit of research about the chemicals used in non-stick cookware is connecting them to cholesterol in young people. Worse still is that the same chemicals found in Teflon style non-stick cookwares are also used in many different types of household fabrics....

Teflon’s Toxic Legacy

Non-stick cookware has gained the reputation of being a possible source of chemical toxins amongst the general populous in recent years. What most people don’t know is that DuPont, the creators of the original non-stick material called Teflon, have known about...