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This Everyday Outdoor Mistake Can Make You a Magnet for Melanoma

Editor's note: One ingredient in sunscreens is nanoparticles. Research shows that nanoparticles can disrupt DNA. If you use sunscreens often, and you still get skin cancer like melanoma, you should understand that it may be the nanoparticles that cause the disease.

Ignore This Essential Habit and Your Health Will Eventually Decline

Story at-a-glance Seven tips to improve your sleep are listed Previous research has also demonstrated that sleep has a profound impact on the human stress-immune relationship. People ...
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8 Reasons to Do This Misunderstood Exercise

Editor's note: Be active, but no evidence says muscle indicates that you are healthy....
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Sunscreens may not be as good as claimed

Editor's note: Be aware of the nanoparticles in sunscreens! Nanoparticles can disrupt DNA and cause mutation which can eventually lead to cancer development....
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The Limits of Ebay Buyer Protection: Is Ebay buyers' protection real? A Personal Story

Editor's note: This happened to an editor of foodconsumer.org.  Ebay may contact us for the contact information for the writer if it has any arguement. ...
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Boosts Your "Noggin" in 20 Minutes, Helps Stop Brain Shrinkage

Story at-a-glance Scientific evidence shows that physical exercise helps you build a brain that not only resists shrinkage, but increases cognitive abilities Exercise encourages your brain to ...
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Know Your Disability Insurance Options To Protect Your Family

Know Your Disability Insurance Options To Protect Your Family Disability insurance provides income for you and your family in the case you are unable to work ...
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Caution: Wearing These Can Sabotage Your Health

April 29 2012  Download Interview Transcript Visit the Mercola Video Library Story at-a-glance When walking on the earth barefoot, free electrons from the earth transfer into your body via ...
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Weight loss helps prevent diabetes

By David Liu, PHD Sunday April 28, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- Obesity is linked to type 2 diabetes mellitus.   A new study in Endocrine Abstracts says ...
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Does Sunshine Actually Decrease Dangerous Melanoma Skin Cancers?

April 28 2012 | Story at-a-glance Blaming sunlight exposure for the growing incidences of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, has failed to consider crucial information, like ...
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