Archive For The “The Health Beat” Category

Tea Makes You Creative?

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“Drinking tea makes people more creative, a study found. Just half a cup was enough to inspire great ideas after a few minutes. Volunteers who downed a brew were more imaginative in tests than those who drank water. Tea contains caffeine and theanine, which improve mental speed, accuracy and focus. But these take 30 to 60 minutes to…

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Want To Know When You’ll Die? This AI Claims To Know

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“Stanford researchers have developed an AI that can predict when a patient will die with up to 90 percent accuracy. While the idea might sound unnerving, the team behind the work says it could vastly improve end-of-life care for patients and their families. By more accurately pinpointing when a terminal or seriously ill patient may…

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Obesity Contagious?

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“Obesity is deadly, epidemic and … contagious? A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics shows that being around obese people for extended periods makes it more likely that you will become obese. The study also suggests that people who are surrounded by a community and environment that promote healthy living will mirror that…

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Florida To Become A Vaccine Police State?

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“Following in the eugenics footsteps of California’s SB 277, Florida lawmakers are now pushing a totalitarian medical police state law that would deny an education to children who aren’t injected with the extremely toxic and risky HPV vaccine. SB 1551, being deceptively called the “Women’s Cancer Prevention Act,” mandates HPV vaccines in school-aged children, revoking medical choice…

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CAMERA IN YOUR BEDROOM? AMAZON THINKS SO!

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“Just when you thought connected devices couldn’t get any more intrusive, Amazon steps in and takes things up a notch with its Echo Spot, which is already available in the U.S. and soon to launch in the U.K. With its “smart alarm” feature being heavily marketed, the internet retail giant is hoping you’ll place it…

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Healthcare Top Mid-Term Issue

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“Voters are saying health care is a top issue that should be discussed by candidates in the 2018 midterm elections, according to a poll from Kaiser Family Foundation.  Survey respondents were asked what they thought was the most important issue for candidates to talk about. Twenty-nine percent of respondents said health care, 27 percent said the economy…

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WHY AREN’T CONSUMER MADE AWARE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION?

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“Here are some of the more commonly known pollution problems: Agricultural; Air; Chemical; Hazardous Waste; Light; Noise; Radioactive; Soil; Thermal and Water. However, the above pollution listing is not complete!  Missing are: Electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs); Microwave Radiofrequencies (RFs); Non-thermal Radiation; and Solar Radiation Management (SRM), aka “chemtrails” or weather geoengineering.  Only one—SRM—of the above four pollution sources is visible to humans,…

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No Driving and Pot, But Selling and Pot OK!

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“The largest U.S. auto-dealer chain has lightened up on lighting up. AutoNation Inc. no longer refuses to hire job applicants who test positive for marijuana in drug screenings, Chief Executive Officer Mike Jackson said in an interview. The shift, which Jackson said was made quietly two years ago, shows that corporate America’s hiring practices are evolving along…

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America: Home of the HUMAN LAB RATS!

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“Most people think it’s completely normal to take prescription medications, believing that our bodies need synthetic, lab-made chemicals to balance or help control bodily functions or biological processes that aren’t performing properly. What other choices do we have, after all? Put it this way: Medical doctors go to college for eight years to learn how…

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Slashing Medical Costs Runs Into Generic Drug Concerns

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“As U.S. regulators push hundreds of new generic drugs to market in an effort to drive down prices, the industry is facing a continuing problem in India, where many copycat medicines are manufactured. The Food and Drug Administration approved a record 763 generic drugs in the year ending in September 2017. It expects to sign off on even more rivals for…

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