Cancer is a disease that can be prevented through an active lifestyle and a healthy diet.
The new fifth generation (5G) cellular system that is being installed in major American cities such as Dallas, Atlanta, Waco, Texas, and Sacramento [1, 3] will intensify the microwave radiation health risks for everyone living in those cities. 
Lemon is a tasty addition to foods and beverages and also a favorite aromatherapy scent.
Spring and summer warrant seasonal eating—bright, bursting cherries, fragrant peaches, crisp spinach—since produce is at its ripest. However, most of these fruits and vegetables are also rife with harmful pesticides.
The cannabis controversy continues. Though nine states have legalized cannabis for recreational use (i.e. for getting high), and 29 have legalized it for medical purposes, in Washington, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sees it as a sinister threat.
Radiation therapy isn’t anybody’s idea of a good time, but each year, thousands of people undergo the treatment in hopes of curing their cancer.
Vitamin D is a critical nutrient that is essential for good health, there’s little doubt about that.
According to the National Cancer Institute, the number of new cancer cases will rise to 22 million within the next two decades – while over 30 million adults in the United States are currently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
When scientists set out to find out whether calcium supplements could help reduce the chances of a person developing colon polyps, they were very surprised when they discovered the opposite effect.
If you’ve seen the documentary Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives, you may recall the farmers commenting on the intelligence of squirrels, who, when offered a choice, would always munch on the non-GMO corn cobs instead of the genetically engineered corn cobs.