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What’s Doubling Brain Tumors In Denmark?

By Catherine J. Frompovich Since 1990 brain tumors and tumors of the central nervous system (CNS) have more than doubled, according to a report by the Swedish Radiation Protection Foundation Stralskyddsstiftelsen published January 20, 2017 [1]. The number of patients is on a steady increase since 2004-2005. Is that coincidental with the increase of smart…

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Alzheimer’s and Aluminum in Brain Tissue – True Link Found by Scientist

By Heather Callaghan We’re living in the “Age of Aluminum” according to Chris Exley, PhD of England. Do you associate aluminum exposure with Alzheimer’s disease? Despite the correlation between the neurotoxin and brain disease over the decades, a definite cause hadn’t been clinically presented. Perhaps you’ve heard of the intriguing work of Professor Chris Exley who found that…

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7 Kitchen Ingredients to Improve Memory, No. 5 Will Surprise You

By Adonia Dennis, Natural Blaze Aging, illness, poor sleep, and mental disorders can all cause problems with your memory. If you’re experiencing memory problems that are severely interfering with your ability to function in life, do seek professional health. But if you’re just having a few memory slips here and there or just need a…

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More Connectivity In The Brain Found In People Who Run

By Joe Battaglia Exercise benefits have long be known to benefit brawn and brain. Hundreds of studies have shown how almost any kind of exercise improves memory and other mental skills, also known as cognitive function. MRI scans now reveal that endurance runners’ brains have greater functional connectivity than the brains of more sedentary individuals….

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How Gut Microbes Control Our Minds

By Dr. Fahad Basheer, Natural Blaze The enteric nervous system (ENS) had been regarded as a digestive organ till; the remarkable discovery made by Michael Gershon that 90% of the body’s serotonin is located within the walls of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. This ignited interests of various neuroscientists, including psychiatrists, about the GI nervous system…

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Brain Concussions in Children and Adults: What to Know About Vaccine Damage

By Catherine J Frompovich When I was in private practice as a consulting natural nutritionist, often I had moms ask my opinion about their young boys playing football.  That was long before “sports concussions” and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) were on people’s minds and in their vocabulary.  Admittedly, I was extremely candid about my reservations…

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Study Found Nanoparticles of Metal in Human Brains: Geoengineering, How to Detox

By Cassius Kamarampi (Era of Wisdom) A recent study found nanoparticles of metal in human brains, raising the eyebrows of geoengineering researchers such as the prolific Patrick Roddie of Stop Spraying Us. While the study doesn’t connect geoengineering to the particles, it is well understood that exposure to geoengineering poisons the body with heavy metals. This…

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Read Books If You Want to Live Longer, Scientists Suggest

By Carey Wedler A study conducted by the National Institute of Literacy in 2013 found “32 million adults in the U.S. can’t read. That’s 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level, and 19 percent of high school graduates can’t read,” the Huffington Post reported at…

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