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Tobacco Doesn’t Just Kill Smokers; It Kills the Environment

Sept. 7, 23017; (Natural Society.com) About 90% of all lung cancers are caused by cigarette smoking. Smoking kills 7 million people a year, speeds aging, destroys the heart and cardiovascular system, and leads to asthma and COPD. But cigarettes don’t just wreak havoc on the human body; they also wreak havoc on the environment through […]

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Treating Insomnia Could Reduce Heart Attack and Stroke

June 19, 2017; (NaturalSociety.com) A study suggests that treating insomnia can subsequently reduce your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Surprising? Here is what the researchers found.[1] Qiao He, a researcher at China Medical University, says in a news release: “Sleep is important for biological recovery and takes around a third of our lifetime, but […]

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DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - SEPTEMBER 14:  Runners jog along the recently refurbished Kite Beach is pictured on September 14, 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Beach is very popular with Dubai locals, with a variety of water sports and refreshments on offer.  (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)

Exercise May Actually Improve Eyesight

June 5, 2017; by Julie Fidler (NaturalSociety.com) You might have heard that exercise treats the symptoms of depression and helps you prevent conditions like heart disease and diabetes. Well, you may be surprised to hear that some research even suggests that exercise can help improve your vision. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara looked at […]

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Avoid These Drinks to Help Prevent Dementia and Strokes

June 5, 2017; by Julie Fidler (NaturalSociety.com) One of the keys to keeping your brain nice and plump and in proper working order is avoiding soda – and not just the sugar-sweetened kind, either. Drinking sodas, whether regular or diet, is bad for brain health, 2 recent studies show. [1] One study showed that people who drank […]

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TV Brainwashing Children

Yet Another Reason to Limit Kids’ Screen Time

June 1, 2017; (NaturalSociety.com) There is ample research which should give parents pause when considering whether to let the TV babysit their kids. One study even suggests that too much tube time can lead to poor bone health later on. I don’t like to bash TV. A decade ago, I worked with teen moms and their babies in […]

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