For decades, doctors have embedded pacemakers, cochlear implants and cardiac defibrillators into their patients’ bodies. More recently, consumers have started tracking their own heart rates and number of steps taken with watches, bracelets, cellphones and other wearable devices. Researchers and...
'Doctors cannot question the federal government. That's how health care works in the United States right now.' Around the United States, in numerous cases, hospitalized COVID-19 patients have asked for Ivermectin but were denied the drug, and then sought a...
Researchers said that they may have discovered the molecular-level cause of Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists at the University of California—Riverside, in recent findings, said that the key to understanding Alzheimer’s may have to do with “tau” proteins that likely caused neurofibrillary tangles—which are found in the brains of...
We knew catching COVID was inevitable, so we strengthened ourselves and prepared a protocol My family contracted COVID-19 in mid-summer of 2021. We fully recovered within 2 1/2 weeks and haven’t experienced any long-term symptoms, or what’s commonly referred to as long...
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has updated its database on tap water in the United States, revealing where testing has detected potentially deadly pollutants in the nation’s water systems. First published in 2005, the database was most recently updated in 2018. “We’re collecting testing...
LONDON—A top British government official is backing a phone company’s proposal for a new tracking service to help protect women walking alone, an idea pitched amid ongoing outrage over the slayings of two young women who were targeted near...
Biden signed bill providing funding for treatment of U.S. officials suffering brain injuries and other symptoms from “Havana Syndrome.”
The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure’s Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment held a hearing on per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS), or “forever chemicals,” questioning witnesses on the chemicals’ dangers and sparking debate over the proper role...
Melancholy is part of the human condition. Neural implants can fix that. 36 year-old woman who suffered from life-long depression, known only as “Sarah,” appears to have been cured by a digital brain implant. Unable to alleviate her chronic sadness...
BENICIA, Calif.—The machine Ted Bowman helped design can make water out of the air, and in parched California, some homeowners are already buying the pricey devices. The air-to-water systems work like air conditioners by using coils to chill air, then collect...
This widely used endocrine disruptor may be harming your unborn baby In 2017, Emalee Morem was 40 weeks pregnant with her first child. At the urging of her providers, she had an extra ultrasound, just to make sure the baby was...
The United States outspent every other country in the world combined when it came to the top-selling 20 pharmaceutical drugs, according to a recent analysis of company financial filings by Public Citizen. Americans spent a total of $101.1 billion, while...
The “black swan” event of a solar superstorm directed at earth could prompt an “internet apocalypse” across the entire globe that could last for several months, new research (pdf) has warned. University of California Irvine assistant professor Sangeetha Abdu Jyothi presented...
Avoid these chemicals and the consequences of their hormone-disrupting effects Endocrine disruptors are scary. These synthetic chemicals are absorbed into the body and either mimic or block hormones and disrupt the body’s normal function. Unfortunately, endocrine disruptors are in many products,...