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How Exercise Could Reduce the Likelihood of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

By Amanda Froelich Did you know? When you exercise, endorphins are released into your bloodstream. The “feel-good” hormones can elevate your mood, which is why many people regularly exercise. However, a new study found that exercising also produces another hormone, one that may improve memory…

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Neuroscientists Make “Jaw-Dropping” Discovery of “Wireless” Brain Communication

By Elias Marat A team of researchers studying the brain have discovered a brand new and previously unidentified form of “wireless” neural communications that self-propagates across brain tissue and is capable of leaping from neurons in one part of the brain to another, even if…

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Read the Shocking Conclusions from 28 Medical Studies Linking Fluoride to Lower IQ in Children

By Alex Pietrowski To date, there are at least 53 known international scientific studies concluding that fluoride consumption is harmful to the development of intelligence in children; it impairs their learning and memory capacity. Children are commonly exposed to fluoride from municipal water supplies, dental…

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Schools Are Tracking Your Child’s Mental Health—Whether You Like It or Not

By Kerry McDonald A worrying trend is emerging in schools across the country. With increasing regularity, school districts are tracking students’ mental health and raising flags if a screening shows something amiss. Student mental health tracking is often framed in terms of safety or prevention, arguing…

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12 Therapeutic Houseplants That Can Boost Your Physical Health, Emotional Well-Being—and Even Your Brain Power

By Reynard Loki / AlterNet A growing body of research proves that simply being around nature can improve human health and happiness. A month-long 2016 study conducted in the United Kingdom by the University of Derby and the Wildlife Trusts found that connecting to nature…

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Aluminum and Mercury In Vaccines Linked To Neurological Disorders and Autism

By Arya Vrilya Peer-reviewed studies that found a causal link between aluminium in childhood vaccines and severe neurological disorders including autism: Link: http://thinktwice.com/studies_aluminum.htm Also read the following brief papers on the neurotoxicity of aluminium in vaccines: Link: http://www.jpands.org/vol21no4/miller.pdf Link: http://thinktwice.com/aluminum.pdf Highest Level of Aluminium Found in…

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