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Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain

Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain

We know that stress can contribute to all sorts of health problems, such as immune dysfunction and heart disease, and now you can add weight gain to the list. Cortisol produced by your body during stressful events can affect your appetite, and…

Improving Your Joint Health Naturally

Improving Your Joint Health Naturally

If you struggle with joint pain or stiffness, you certainly are not alone. According to the CDC, more than 50 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with a joint-related problem such as arthritis. Over the next 20 years, that…

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

“Drink water! Drink more water!” You’ve heard this advice a few hundred times before, right? But you probably think of hydration in terms of preventing heat stroke, controlling your appetite, or promoting clear skin. All of these things are true, but did…

5 Ways to Combat the Time Change

5 Ways to Combat the Time Change

Most of the country will “fall back” this week, as we adjust out clocks back an hour in the early morning of November 3rd. While some enjoy the shift, many of us struggle to regulate our body clocks after the change. Since…

8 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

8 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

“Radiation exposure” sounds like something that only happens in sci-fi movies or medical dramas, doesn’t it? And yet, we are all exposed to various forms of radiation every day. Radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and extremely low frequency (ELF) radiation are…

How to Stay Hydrated During Exercise

How to Stay Hydrated During Exercise

In our blogs, we talk a lot about the importance of staying hydrated on a daily basis. But what about during exercise? Since working out places increased strain on your body, adequate hydration is even more important than ever. If you become…

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A Surprising Source of EMF Exposure
A Surprising Source of EMF Exposure

Bringing you news on the risks of EMF exposure is one of our primary goals. While we focus quite a bit on the risks within your home and office, a new source of EMF exposure has come to our attention. With the…

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Protection and Function All-in-One
Protection and Function All-in-One

Technology has a way of keeping pace with our concerns. The GIA Cell Guard and Universal Guard were originally designed for use on cell phones and other wireless devices for the purpose of neutralizing potentially harmful electromagnetic radiation. It has served as…

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Cancer: What Does Your Water Have to Do With It?
Cancer: What Does Your Water Have to Do With It?

Back in the 1980s, when the Chernobyl disaster happened, teams of scientists studied the event, why it happened, and of course, the fallout. We all know that the tragedy led to devastating environmental damage and an explosion in cancer rates in the…

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The Truth about Cancer: Is Water the Secret?
The Truth about Cancer: Is Water the Secret?

Back in 1986, when the Chernobyl accident happened, 30 people died directly from the accident. Another 237 people who worked at the power plant were diagnosed with acute radiation syndrome, and the number of cancer cases in the general public, in the…

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Is 5G Technology a Mass Public Health Experiment?
Is 5G Technology a Mass Public Health Experiment?

If you’ve noticed new cell phone tower construction in your area, you are not alone. Currently, about 154,000 cell towers exist in the United States. But telecommunications companies are set to expand their networks, adding about 800,000 new towers by 2026, to…

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The Surprising Factor That Impacts Your Health
The Surprising Factor That Impacts Your Health

Most of us know that a positive attitude affects our personal relationships and mental health, and even helps us get ahead in business. But you might be surprised to learn the full extent of attitude upon your physical health. Evidence suggests that…

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Sleep Is More Important Than You Might Believe
Sleep Is More Important Than You Might Believe

Most of us know that when we don’t get enough sleep, we feel sluggish and irritable the next day. But what’s the big deal if you skip a bit of sleep, right? Can’t you just make up for it later? Actually, sleep…

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Harness Your Subtle Energy
Harness Your Subtle Energy

Have you ever heard someone say “everything is energy” and wonder what that means to you and your health? The answer is… a lot. As Einstein said, matter and energy are two sides of the same coin. As we know from his…

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