Health Studies Timeline

Why The Hate For Fluoride? It Was Officially Classified A Neurotoxin By Best-Known, Peer-Reviewed Medical Journal Last Year

Fluoride in water

Thanks to the green movement, people are now learning the truth behind certain ingredients, foods, and medicines thought to be a-okay but were independently proven not to be. The biggest exposure accomplished by this movement are the dangers of genetically modified organisms. However, there are other truths the green movement exposed besides GMOs. This includes… Read more »

These Are The Spectacular Reasons Why You Should Sleep In Your Birthday Suit

Woman Sleeping Nude (SFW)

When it comes to health and fitness, there is no other time than the present that we know more (or practice more) on both. For fitness, its aggressively positive promotion through charismatic health gurus like Tony Horton has resulted in more people (especially Americans) living healthier lives. For health, scientific experts are confirming the intricacies… Read more »

Herpes Vaccine Developed By Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Herpes Virus Vaccine Developed By Howard Hughes Medical Institute

The herpes simplex virus has no cure or vaccine and it continues to spread globally. For over 30 years, scientists and researchers have been trying to develop a vaccine to cure the herpes virus, to no avail. However, on March 9, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) published an article in eLife Science claiming their… Read more »

Is LSD The Answer To Treating Depression, Alcoholism? Study Suggests It Might

LSD Depression

U.K. researchers suggest that Lysergic acid diethylamide (commonly known as LSD), and other psychedelic drugs, can be used to treat a variety of mental disorders, including depression and alcoholism. The scientists have struggled to conduct their research because of legal restrictions, which one professor refers to as “the worst censorship in the history of science.”… Read more »

White People Less Likely To Get Life Saving Medication During Heart Attack [Study]

Heart Attack

When an individual displays symptoms of a heart attack, known by medical professionals as a myocardial infarction or MI, there are many symptoms they may display. These symptoms may vary depending on the individual’s age, gender, and co-morbidities (other medical problems) including diabetes and neuropathy. Not every heart attack victim has crushing chest pain, which… Read more »

Marijuana Munchies: Why The Drug Makes You Hungrier

Marijuana Munchies Explained

The marijuana munchies have been a known fact ever since mankind found out that you could smoke a certain plant. That’s no mystery. But what has been a mystery, for a while anyway, is why that is. Thankfully researchers at Yale University recently applied their skills to unlocking the mystery in lab mice, and here’s… Read more »

Healthcare Provider Send You An Email? Don’t Open It

Healthcare Provider Emails Are Probably Scammy

A healthcare provider is probably the last source from which you want to open an email. That’s the key finding from a new study that found such correspondences were four times more likely to be fraudulent than ones from a social media site. Forbes reports that more than 6.5 billion emails were analyzed each day… Read more »

Sunscreen At Night Could Prevent Skin Cancer [Study]

Sunscreen At Night? It Could Prevent Skin Cancer

Wearing sunscreen at night probably isn’t your first move in the fight to prevent skin cancer, but as spring and summer sneak into your daily routine, you may want to give it a try. That’s because dermatologists from Yale University have found that melanin, the very thing that protects your skin from harmful UV rays… Read more »

Caramel Coloring In Cola Drinks Found To Cause Cancer

cola causes cancer

A new study finds that cola drinks containing “caramel coloring” causes cancer. According to a laboratory test carried out by Consumer Reports on 110 separate cola drinks, a manufacturing reaction potentially produces carcinogens. Drinking one of these colas per day is enough to expose an individual to a cancer-causing chemical called 4-methylimidazole (or 4-MEI for… Read more »