Sunscreen SPF15+ decreases vitamin D3 production by 99 percent and associated with D deficiencies

We review the study ” Widespread vitamin D deficiency likely due to sunscreen use, increase of chronic diseases, review finds ” in regard to sunscreen being associated with mass vitamin D deficiencies. Citation: Vitamin D Deficiency, Its Role in Health and Disease, and Current Supplementation Recommendations. The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 2017; 117…

French Government Shuts Down 4Chan links of Macron Illegal Agitation at Le Pen rallies, Tax Evasion #MacronLeaks

This is bad. Really bad for Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron. Stealing, cheating and inciting to violence against Le Pen. French government just shut down 4chan links with spreadsheet of Macron offshore banking details,and emails concerning illegal agitation at Le Pen rallies, secret alliance with EU, tax evasion etc. It’s massive. And further proof when it…

Sugar-sweetened beverages becoming more affordable around the world

Public Release: 4-May-2017   Increasing affordability expected to hamper efforts to address global obesity epidemic American Cancer Society A new American Cancer Society study concludes that sugar-sweetened beverages have become more affordable in nearly every corner of the globe, and are likely to become even more affordable and more widely consumed. The study appears in…

Swearing aloud can make you stronger

Public Release: 4-May-2017   That is the conclusion of research being presented today by Dr Richard Stephens from Keele University to the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society in Bright British Psychological Society   In the research, Dr Stephens and his team conducted two experiments. In the first, 29 participants completed a test of…

Medical ethics under Nazism

Public Release: 4-May-2017 Lessons in inhumanity   Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin Did Nazi-era physicians study medical ethics? Does the concept of medical ethics exist independently of political systems? These were the questions driving Dr. Florian Bruns of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Dr. Tessa Chelouche from the University of Haifa in Israel when they embarked…

Political talk plagues workers months after US election

Public Release: 3-May-2017   Americans say political discussions with coworkers are causing stress, hurting job performance American Psychological Association American workers are more likely to say they are feeling stressed and cynical because of political discussions at work now than before the 2016 presidential election, according to survey results released today by the American Psychological…

Phthalates increase the risk of allergies among children

Public Release: 3-May-2017   Researchers have demonstrated that increased exposure to phthalates during pregnancy and breastfeeding leads to epigenetic modifications in children Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ Phthalates, which are used as plasticizers in plastics, can considerably increase the risk of allergies among children. This was demonstrated by UFZ researchers in conjunction with…

Patients with drug-resistant malaria cured by plant therapy

We review the study ” Patients with drug-resistant malaria cured by plant therapy ‘ in regard to 18 critically ill patients whom were resistant to all other malaria treatments were cured of malaria with Artemisia annua dried leaf tablets in just 5 days. Citation: Artemisia annua dried leaf tablets treated malaria resistant to ACT and…

Fake news and filters aren’t fooling internet users

Public Release: 3-May-2017   Michigan State University   Despite what some politicians argue, fake news and biased search algorithms aren’t swaying public opinion, finds a Michigan State University researcher. Commissioned and funded by Google, William Dutton, director of MSU’s James and Mary Quello Center in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, and researchers from…

Common antibiotics linked to increased risk of miscarriage

Public Release: 1-May-2017   Canadian Medical Association Journal   Many classes of common antibiotics, such as macrolides, quinolones, tetracyclines, sulfonamides and metronidazole, were associated with an increased risk of miscarriage in early pregnancy, according to a new study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal). Erythromycin was not associated with increased risk nor was nitrofurantoin,…

Widespread vitamin D deficiency likely due to sunscreen use, increase of chronic diseases

Public Release: 1-May-2017   Study in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association highlights risk factors, treatment protocols American Osteopathic Association CHICAGO — May 1, 2017 — Results from a clinical review published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association find nearly 1 billion people worldwide may have deficient or insufficient levels of vitamin…