In our instant-gratification society, we’ve been conditioned to reach for a pill every time we feel a minor ache and pain. However, many common over-the-counter drugs may actually make you sicker than before.
The connection between baby powder and ovarian cancer is hard to dispute. Science clearly connects the two yet people are still using it daily. Why are doctors not more vigilant at advising patients not to use it?
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Gerber claims their iron-fortified rice cereal is just what babies need when they are ready to start eating solid foods. But according to Gerber’s ingredients, the product is neither good nor safe.
The Disneyland Measles outbreak of 2015 created a fierce battle and divide between parents and civil rights groups as they questioned whether Big Gov has a right to decide what is best for their children. SB 277 is still facing resistance; mandatory vaccination isn’t what’s best for everyone.
Here we discuss women’s feelings regarding the epidural, as well as instances where they might be bullied or shamed, or just left completely confused.
Xmageddon is coming. Yes you can still give gifts, but why not gifts that heal and help the bees, without destroying our planet?
Giving birth results in numerous chemicals changes. Without proper supplementation you may be putting your body at risk. Use these products to restore your body.
The studies prove it — the more kids in a household the greater your odds of frequent colds and flu. Here are 5 alternative approaches for a healthier co-existence with your little germ vectors.
There are currently 82,000 unregulated synthetic chemicals in the foods we eat, the air we breathe, and the products we use. So what do we really know about how they affect our health?
Mainstream companies lure you in with high SPF levels, but what if those promises are full of toxins and lies?
The controversial documentary Vaxxed was pulled from Tribeca. Was the omission from the festival due to hard science or a coverup?
What is the truth about MMR vaccines. On June 29, 2015, following a measles outbreak that was traced to Disneyland, Governor Jerry Brown signed California Senate Bill 277, banning personal and religious belief exemptions for vaccinations in school children. Anti-vaxxers, including parents who believe vaccines are linked to autism, have