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Baldness Drug Risks Men's Sexual Health

A popular drug for male pattern baldness has been leaving some men permanently impotent.

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Scientists Have Turned Spinach Into Beating Human Heart Tissue

29 Apr 2017 | 19,787 Views

New research on decellularized spinach leaves shows potential for developing a plant-based patch surgeons could one day use to help repair damage caused by a heart attack.

Can Spinal Adjustments Relieve Lower Back Pain?

26 Apr 2017 | 36,526 Views

Lower back pain affects millions of people, and is one of the biggest reasons for primary care doctor visits. Fortunately, you may find relief without dangerous drugs or expensive surgery by learning to use your body correctly and reducing stress on your lumbar spine. I'll give you several proven strategies that can help.

Study Shows Slashing Pesticides Won't Hurt Production

25 Apr 2017 | 13,856 Views

The pesticide industry maintains their products are necessary to feed the world, but research suggests most farmers could cut back on pesticide usage without harming their yields or profits. Doing so benefits the health of the farmer and the environment while improving soil health - the real key to feeding the world.

Smithfield Is Engineering Pigs for Use in Human Transplants

25 Apr 2017 | 17,690 Views

Smithfield Foods, the world's largest pork producer, has crossed the line from food producer to biotechnology. Their new bioscience unit has plans to cash in on pig parts not normally eaten - including organs that may one day be transplanted into humans.

Modern Agriculture Drives Hunger, Obesity and Disease While Simultaneously Threatening Food Chain and Worsening Water Crisis

25 Apr 2017 | 132,731 Views

You're not immune to the fallout from this calamity because the damage is so severe you can't escape its dire ramifications. And if we don't act fast, we'll be beyond the tipping points for survival. The question now is: Can we correct the course in time?

Burning Fat for Fuel Increases Quality and Quantity of Life

24 Apr 2017 | 120,528 Views

More than half of people now struggle with chronic illness, and 1 in 5 deaths is specifically related to this issue. This is a direct result of 3 culprits, a problem that is easy to fix. Find out how.

What Happens to Your Leftover Bar of Hotel Soap?

22 Apr 2017 | 34,566 Views

Most people leave behind soap, shampoo and body wash when they leave a hotel room. While some gets tossed in the trash, some soap is recycled, making its way across the globe to help stop the spread of deadly diseases in countries where soap supplies are limited.

Science Reveals Why Nature Sounds and Deep Breathing Are so Relaxing

20 Apr 2017 | 160,868 Views

People who live in these areas are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety. If you do, here's what to seek out and even what to create in your own home to minimize the impact - and even recover faster from a stressful event.

Light at Night Damages Your Health and Potentially Future Generations

19 Apr 2017 | 33,344 Views

Light pollution is a significant health risk. Recent research demonstrates there may also be a risk to your future children’s health from light seeping through your curtains or your exposure to computer screens at night. I’ll give you strategies to reduce your risk and improve your health.

Astaxanthin Is a Longevity Promoter

17 Apr 2017 | 42,791 Views

Scientists say everyone carries the FOXO3 gene, which is associated with aging, but 1 in 3 people carry a version of the gene associated with longevity. A single, powerful component in astaxanthin may turn everyone's FOXO3 gene into the longevity version.


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