With more than one in five adults taking behavioral medications, such as antidepressants and anti-anxiety drugs, it’s not a stretch to say that it seems therapists and psychotherapists are quick to recommend medications these days—probably too quick. Read more »
Drug companies are deliberately keeping the public—and the medical community—in the dark about “unfavorable” clinical trials. Read more »
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released its latest West Nile Virus national surveillance data for 2012, and it’s not pretty.
In 2012, reported cases West Nile Virus were the highest we’ve seen since 2003 and related deaths exceeded the highest we’ve seen since 1999, the year the virus was first detected in the U.S.
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You know about them, and you probably try to avoid them like the plague, with good reason. Even though genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were sneaked into our food supply over 15 years ago, there have been limitations on the tests that could be performed on these foods. Read more »
Oxygen has been a critical component in the evolution of life on earth, and humans are no exception as the gas has enabled nutrients to be used more efficiently, in turn allowing for the essential generation of energy required for development and growth. But oxygenation threatens our cellular health. Read more »
Whether you’re a stay-at-home parent running errands all day, a 9-to-5 warrior pushing numbers at a desk, or a shift-worker who stands on your feet for ten hours a day, you probably feel like you need a massage. Read more »