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10 Natural Antibiotics That Our Ancestors Used Instead Of Pills

Many “super bacteria” have appeared in the recent years due to the excessive usage of antibiotics either as shots or as pills. What has really happened? Well, bacteria have become antibiotic resistant and evolve faster than scientists are able to find effective medicines against them. It is estimated that in the future bacteria will be […]

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This Is What Happens When You Drink Water Right After You Get Out Of Bed

Drinking water on empty stomach, immediately after waking up is a very popular thing in Japan today. Slowly, this trend is spreading all over the world. Scientific tests performed by Japanese medical workers have proved the successful treatment of the following diseases: headaches, body aches, heart diseases, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, obesity, bronchitis, asthma, […]

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Half of world’s rare antelope population died within weeks

Scientists are struggling to explain the mass die-off of at least 150,000 endangered saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan earlier this year Dead saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan. At least 150,00 died within a fortnight earlier this year. Photograph: Sergei Khomenko/FAO Emma Howard More than half of the world’s population of an endangered antelope died within two weeks […]

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Know Your Salts: Different Types of Salt and Their Benefits

Salt is arguably the most important ingredient in cooking. Without it, most meals would taste bland and unexciting. However… not all salt is created equal and there are many “types” to choose from. We have Himalayan Pink Salt, Kosher Salt, Sea Salt, Celtic Salt (to name a few)… and then we have plain old refined […]

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Is your skin a problem? Moles, warts, skin tags, and dark spots are just a few of the more than 3,000 skin disorders that affect people every day. Changes in color or texture can result from inflammation, infection, or allergic reactions anywhere on the body. Some skin conditions can be minor, temporary, and easily treated, so […]

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Ivanhoe Reservoir Covered With 400,000 Black Plastic Balls

  In 2007, the Department of Water Protection in Los Angeles detected high levels of bromate, a carcinogen that forms when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight, in Los Angeles’s Ivanhoe Reservoir. Bromide is naturally present in groundwater and chlorine is used to kill bacteria, but sunlight is the final ingredient in the potentially harmful […]

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