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Stress and Insomnia Contribute to Cancer

Stress and Insomnia Contribute to Cancer

It has always been assumed that stress affects cancer because of its influence on the immune system.   This is partly true.  What most people don’t recognize is that stress contributes to, diabetes and visceral obesity both of which significantly contribute to...
Vaccines vs Autism

Vaccines vs Autism

Scoreboard: Autism: 1,082,353. Measles: 644 In 2014, there was hysteria surrounding the 644 cases of measles that were recorded as a result of the Disney outbreak. In that same year, there were 1,082,353 cases of autism diagnosed yet it barely received the media...
Fruits and Veggies as Medicine

Fruits and Veggies as Medicine

The standard for fruit and veggie consumption used to be 5 portions a day but has recently changed to 10 servings. Upping your intake means staving off chances of dying or dying from a heart attack or cancer. This recommended increase comes from a review of 95 studies...
A Quote by Fred Rogers

A Quote by Fred Rogers

“The roots of a child’s ability to cope and thrive, regardless of circumstance, lie in that child’s having at least a small, safe place (an apartment? a room? a lap?) in which, in the companionship of a loving person, that child could discover that he or she was...
Homeopathy Statistics

Homeopathy Statistics

The practice of Homeopathy is in 66 countries. A 2010 article in the British American Journal stated that 57% of people in Germany use Homeopathy. The same journal reported recently that German politicians were seeking the cessation of government reimbursement for...
Elephants Don’t Get Cancer

Elephants Don’t Get Cancer

Well not exactly but compared to humans who have an 11-25% chance of getting cancer elephants have a 4.8% risk of getting cancer.  Why is this?   It turns out that elephants have 20 copies of the TP53 gene, the gene that codes for p53. Humans have only one copy...