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Antibiotics use early in life increases risk of inflammatory bowel disease

Antibiotics use early in life increases risk of inflammatory bowel disease

Disruption of gut bacteria by antibiotics soon after birth can affect the maturation of the immune system, say Rutgers researchers Even short, single antibiotic courses given to young animals can predispose them to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) when they are older, according to Rutgers researchers. The study, published in Genome Medicine, provides further evidence supporting…

Selected Articles: COVID-19: Wearing of Mask Aggravates Risk of Infection. – Global Research

Lithium and the Overthrow of Democracy in Bolivia By Prof. Vijay Prashad and Alejandro Bejarano, July 31, 2020 On July 24, 2020, Tesla’s Elon Musk wrote on Twitter that a second US “government stimulus package is not in the best interests of the people.” Someone responded to Musk soon after, “You know what wasn’t in…

Poor air quality is a ‘greater risk’ to human health than the coronavirus

Poor air quality is a ‘greater risk’ to human health than the coronavirus

 … because pollution cuts global life expectancy by nearly two years, report finds Air pollution has been deemed the greatest risk to human health A report found it cuts global life expectancy by nearly two years The warning comes as nearly a quarter of the  world’s population lives in the most polluted countries –  Bangladesh, India, Nepal…

COVID-19: Continuous Wearing of Mask Aggravates Risk of Infection. “Psychological Terrorism”? – Global Research

Continuous wearing of masks aggravates the risk of infection.  This statement is based on scientific and medical analysis.   The air, once exhaled, is heated, humidified and charged with CO2. It becomes a perfect culture medium for infectious agents (bacteria, fungi, viruses). Studies have shown that the porosity (microscopic holes) of the masks allows exhaled…

U.S. Household Eviction Crisis: 43% of American Renters Now Face Risk of Eviction – Global Research

U.S. Household Eviction Crisis: 43% of American Renters Now Face Risk of Eviction Nationwide in the U.S. on July 28th, the “Estimation of households experiencing rental shortfall and potentially facing eviction” is 43.12%, according to Stout Risius Ross, LLC, “Based on Household Pulse Survey data” (from the U.S. Census Bureau). An infographic by Niall McCarthy…

Consuming alliums like onions and garlic found to lower colorectal cancer risk by 79 percent

Garlic and onions are a cook’s best friend. Besides the fact that they complement most dishes, these ingredients are staples in different cuisines because of their intense and unique tastes. But there’s another compelling reason to start eating more of these foods. In a recent study published in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, Chinese researchers found that eating high…

Consuming alliums like onions and garlic found to lower colorectal cancer risk by 79 percent

Consuming alliums like onions and garlic found to lower colorectal cancer risk by 79 percent

Garlic and onions are a cook’s best friend. Besides the fact that they complement most dishes, these ingredients are staples in different cuisines because of their intense and unique tastes. But there’s another compelling reason to start eating more of these foods. In a recent study published in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, Chinese researchers found that eating high…

Study: regular mushroom consumption can lead to lower prostate cancer risk

Study: regular mushroom consumption can lead to lower prostate cancer risk

Regular mushroom consumption can lead to a 17 lower risk of prostate cancer, according to a team of researchers from Tohoku University’s School of Public Health in Japan. Lead author and doctoral student Shu Zhang noted that the cancer-fighting effects of mushrooms appeared to be more significant in men aged 50 and older. That said, Zhang clarified…

Meditation linked to lower cardiovascular risk

Meditation linked to lower cardiovascular risk

Survey data from more than 61,000 people points to heart benefits Source: Veterans Affairs Research Communications Summary: Meditation was linked to lower cardiovascular risk in a large database study. The team looked at data on more than 61,000 survey participants. FULL STORY Meditation was linked to lower cardiovascular risk in a data analysis by Veterans…