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Human Health Effects of Heavy Metals

Human Health Effects of Heavy Metals






What are heavy metals? Where do they come from? How might they impact your health? Eight common heavy metals are discussed in this brief: arsenic, barium,cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, selenium, and silver.






Reducing Toxic Overload Vital For Eliminating Cancer

Reducing Toxic Overload Vital For Eliminating Cancer






While there are obviously other issues, fungus, viruses, genetics, etc., the major change in the world that could have lead to the explosion of cancer over the last 100 years has been the introduction of tens of thousands of chemicals into the environment.











Pesticide exposure causes Parkinson’s disease

Pesticide exposure causes Parkinson’s disease






(NaturalNews) Fresh research on the neurological condition known as Parkinson’s disease has affirmed what a number of prominent scientists have been saying for several years now: Mainly that pesticide exposure is a direct cause of this widespread degenerative health condition. And while there are admittedly many other potential causes and triggers of Parkinson’s, this obvious […]






Today’s adults getting diseases 15 years faster than their grandparents

Today’s adults getting diseases 15 years faster than their grandparents






As vaccines pump the population full of mercury and thimerosal, as genetically modified crops alter human DNA, as bisphenol-A in plastics and can linings alter the hormonal structure of the human body, as pesticides pollute the land and water, more people are experiencing disease sooner in the United States. According to new findings, people today […]






Higher mercury levels increase risk of diabetes

Higher mercury levels increase risk of diabetes






(NaturalNews) A new research conducted by the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington has found that young adults consuming higher levels of mercury face a higher risk of type 2 diabetes by 65 percent later in life. Led by the university’s epidemiologist Ka He, the study has identified the consumption of shellfish and fish as the main […]






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