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The way we think about cancer is outdated. Here’s how to change that.

Julia Belluz, March 2, 2016
When Susan Thornton was 30, she noticed a flat red rash in a small band around her waist. It was itchy and terribly persistent. No cream or lotion made it go away.

Air pollution linked to anxiety symptoms covered up by mind-damaging psych drugs

By Goodrich: (NaturalNews) That toxic, smoggy air can harm physical health is nothing new or surprising. It has repeatedly been linked to chronic inflammation and an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases and cancer. New studies, however, suggest that air pollution negatively impacts not only our physical health but mental well-being as well.

Two new studies published on March 24 in The BMJ (British Medical Journal) shine a new light on how pollution may negatively affect our health and happiness.

Overcoming the most insidious pollutants

By Breggin: (NaturalNews) What are the worst pollutants you are likely to encounter in this lifetime?

Lead poisoning from exposure to paint dust as a child in an old home? Chronic exposure to food additives and genetically modified foods?The accumulating effects of air and water pollution, and the hole in the ozone layer?Psychiatric drugs, alcohol, marijuana and the other intoxicants we put into our bodies?

Smokers feed vicious toxic cycle of anxiety and stress - switch to organic food, end the addiction and feel alive again!

By Wells: (NaturalNews) Life is hard and everybody gets anxious and "frazzled" sometimes, but if this is how you feel on/off all day, maybe it's because you smoke cigarettes. Maybe it's also because nicotine is only 30-minute relief for the "cigarette hangover" -- that feeling that ensues when the commercial cigarette's insecticide, herbicide, ammonia and bleach enters your lungs, your blood and your cleansing organs.

Noise pollution linked to increased heart rate and heart attack risk

When it comes to optimal health, eating fresh, organic foods and staying mentally and physically active is essential. However, according to studies conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, silence is also the key to good health.