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Insomnia medications have horrible side effects

Over the course of a year, over one-half of the U.S. population will have difficulty falling asleep. About 33% of the population experiences insomnia on a regular basis with 17% of the population claiming that insomnia is a major problem in their lives. Many use over-the-counter sedative medications to combat insomnia, while others seek stronger …

The dangers of sunscreens

It is summer, which means that people will start using sunscreens to protect themselves against the sun. But a new study sheds some concerns on the use of those sunblockers. It took just one day of use for several common sunscreen ingredients to enter the bloodstream at levels high enough to trigger a government safety …

The birth control pill is dangerous!

The pill is the most used medication by teenagers and young women. It is used mainly to treat hormonal imbalances because more than 80% of women have menstrual symptoms like pain, mood swings, insomnia, clots, etc. The signs of hormonal imbalance are often dismissed by doctors as a problem too complex to rectify. Since the …

We live in a toxic world

We live in a toxic world. We inject babies with aluminum and all sort of chemicals and toxins the first day of birth and the following years of their lives. Our food supply is heavily contaminated with pesticides like Roundup Our air is polluted with toxins like hydrocarbons, thallium, mercury, benzene, toluene, among others. Our …

Tylenol and your depression

It is believed that Tylenol is safe, because it is recommended all the time by doctors for pain and because it is available over the counter. Nothing could be further from this “truth”. First, Tylenol deplete glutathione levels in the cells. Glutathione performs several functions in the body: • making DNA, the building blocks of …