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    • 22/07/2018
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    Guide to the Myths of Safe Pesticides

    By Dr. Mercola In the U.S., there are about 80,000 registered chemicals. Of these, only a few hundred are actually tested for safety, and even that testing is considered inadequate by most toxicologists. Part of the problem is that most chemicals are tested in isolation. In real world application, however, most chemicals are combined

    • 22/07/2018
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    What You Need to Know

    Ringworm is a skin disease caused by a class of fungi called dermatophytes. While the disease may have existed for a long time, it was only in 1843 that it was studied in a scientific manner1 by David Gruby, a renowned English microbiologist.2 Dermatophytes thrive on keratin, a protein that can only be found

    • 22/07/2018
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    Berry Bomb Pops Recipe

    When you think of summer, the first thing that probably pops into your mind is how to stay cool. Taking a dip in the pool or at the beach may be one, but eating homemade ice pops straight from the freezer is another easy way to beat the heat during this season. These berry bomb

    • 21/07/2018
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    Sugar-Coated Documentary

    Sugar-Coated Documentary

    By Dr. Mercola Thousands of studies spanning many decades show excess sugar damages your health,1 yet the sugar industry successfully buried the evidence and misdirected the public with manipulated science. According to the sugar industry, sugar is a harmless source of energy and may even be an important part of a healthy “balanced”

    • 21/07/2018
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    Sassafras Tea: Benefits and Side Effects

    Root beer may be one of the most popular beverages in the world today, but did you know that its flavor was once literally taken from a plant’s roots? The original taste of root beer was all thanks to the sassafras plant, which was extremely popular in the early 20th century because of its sweet

    • 21/07/2018
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    Calamity Jill: Off-Grid Living Inspiration

    By Dr. Mercola Jill Redwood is sometimes referred to as Calamity Jill, a reference to Martha Jane Canary, better known as Calamity Jane. An American frontierswoman and professional scout, Calamity Jane was an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok and appeared in the Buffalo Bill Wild West show later in her life.1 But this

    • 20/07/2018
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    Skullcap: A Restorative, Relaxing Herb

    By Dr. Mercola American skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) is an herbal plant native to North America that’s a member of the mint family. It has a long history of medicinal use, primarily as a mild nerve sedative or nerve tonic. During the 1800s and 1900s, skullcap was sometimes prescribed for nervousness or related symptoms, particularly

    • 20/07/2018
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    The Healing Benefits of Saffron and How to Grow It

    By Dr. Mercola Saffron, which is regarded as the world’s most expensive spice by weight, is actually the stigmas of the purple crocus flower (Crocus sativus), which blooms once a year. Due to the fragile stigmas needing to be picked by hand, harvesting saffron is a labor-intensive job. As mentioned in the featured video,

    • 19/07/2018
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    Atlas Cedar Oil Benefits and Uses

    The Atlas cedar tree, or Cedrus atlantica, has a notable history, as it was closely related to the biblical cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus Libani),1 which was mentioned in the Old Testament.2 It was also believed to have played an important role in the construction of King Solomon’s temple, which was said to be made from

    • 19/07/2018
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    Maintaining Healthy Vision Help Keep Your Brain in Shape

    By Dr. Mercola It’s said that your eyes are the window to your soul, but they may also provide a unique window to your brain. As your vision worsens with age, so too may your cognitive abilities, according to research published in JAMA Ophthalmology. By the age of 65, 1 in 3 people have