6 Clues Your Tongue May Be Telling You Something

If you ever visit a traditional health practitioner chances are you will be asked to stick out your tongue. The surface of this muscle acts like a systemic barometer offering various indications of

Negative Ions and How They Might Help You

There are so many things happening right in front of your eyes but it turns out that you’ll never see them. These are the vibrational waves, light bending prisms, and floating particles that you move

Bee Venom Could Be Cancer Cure

Many people avoid bees at all cost to avoid their painful stings. But according to a new study, bee venom could bring pleasure to researchers who are on a quest to find a cancer cure.

The study presented at the 248th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ASC) suggests bee, snake or scorpion venom could be used in cancer-fighting drugs without having a harmful effect on your health.

Injecting a person with pure venom could be very dangerous. It could cause blood clots, and more serious effects like damage to the heart and nerve cells. However, researchers found that separating the “useful” venom would not harm the body.

GMOs Don’t Offer Food Security

With the world’s growing population, it is often argued that factory farming is the only way to ensure that enough food is being produced in a large-scale. However, with the increasing awareness of the dangers of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), there has been a rise of not only the organic food movement, but also the return to locally grown food.

Rise in Obesity Blamed on Less Exercise, Not Food

Keeping a trim figure means balancing both healthy eating habits and consistent exercise. While many believe abs are made in the kitchen, new research has found that calories are not to blame for the increasing rate of obesity in the U.S., but rather a lack of exercise is to blame.

Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine found that exercise during leisure time decreased for men and women significantly between the years 1994 and 2010. Furthermore, they linked this decrease to the increase of obesity rates amongst Americans.

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