Electromagnetic Field as in Wifi Affects Health

Uncles Important For Mental Health


Christine Ruggeri, CHHC shares how scientific studies have concluded, that uncles play a crucial role in the emotional and mental well-being of their young relatives : “Uncles have the important role of being positive male mentors in the lives of their nephews and nieces. While a father sets an example for his children, an uncle offers a different perspective.”

Uncles Are Good For Children’s Psychological Well-being Christine Ruggeri, CHHC Dr Axe




Electromagnetic Field as in Wifi Affects Health


There have been several scientific studies demonstrating that electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation can contribute to various health conditions in humans. From a seemingly benign skin rash to more life threatening conditions such as heart problems and cancer, Dr Joseph Mercola elaborates : “In 2015, more than 230 scientists engaged in the study of biological and health effects of nonionizing EMFs in 41 nations signed an international appeal to the United Nations, calling for protection from nonionizing EMF exposure due to evidence of health effects even at low levels.”

Is Wireless Internet: The Hidden Cause Of Health Problems? Dr Joseph Mercola Mercola



Stress Greys Hair


Harvard University researchers recently investigated the association between stress and greying hair. They were able to make a groundbreaking discovery, for this biological process, Alice Park elaborates : “The sympathetic nervous system, which orchestrates all of the critical body processes that we never have to think about—our heart rate, our breathing, as well as things like digesting food and fighting off germs. It is also responsible for the fight-or-flight response—the auto-pilot behavior system that helps us to recognize and respond to threats before we really have time to think about and process them.”

Scientists Confirm That Stress Can Indeed Turn Hair Grey Alice Park Time



Sugar is A Heart Attack Friendly


Contrary to popular belief, sugar consumption has been proven in various medical studies to be the contributing factor to having a heart attack. Prior studies published and mainstream thought, held the misinformed understanding that fat consumption was the responsible for heart disease, Cheryl Whitten explains : “Dr. Frank Hu and his peers found an association between a high-sugar diet and a greater risk of dying from heart disease. The 15-year study found that people with 17% to 21% of calories from added sugar had a 38% higher risk of dying from compared to those with lower amounts.”

Sugar: The True Reason For Heart Conditions Cheryl Whitten HHL

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