After taking GlaxoSmithKline’s Paxil for just two days, retired oilman Don Schell brutally murdered his wife, daughter and 10-month-old granddaughter in the middle of the night before turning the gun on himself. The murders, which took place in 1998 in Gillette, Wyoming, shocked neighbors who couldn’t understand why Schell, who had no history of violence, appeared to have spontaneously killed the people in his life he loved the most. Read more
Monday, December 18, 2017
Joseph Mercola reveals how antidepressant drugs too often drive users to murder and suicide.
Friday, December 15, 2017
Want to live to 100? Try being more stubborn and keeping busy: The mental health of the very old was found to be better than that of relatives aged 51 to 75.
We are usually told the key to living to a ripe old age is a healthy diet and plenty of exercise.
But for those wanting to reach 100, it seems a sheer determination to carry on could also keep us alive.
Having a positive outlook, stubbornness and continuing to keep busy could be key to a long life, a study suggests.
Love of one's family, a strong work ethic and religious faith were also factors.
Having a positive outlook, stubbornness and continuing to keep busy could be key to a long life, a study suggests, Read more
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
complications, including blindness, heart disease, and neuropathy. However, just because diabetes is a serious disease doesn't mean that it can't be controlled or even reversed. Diet is the first step in controlling or reversing diabetes, but there are other things a diabetic can do. Here are seven natural ways to control and reverse type 2 diabetes.
Monday, December 11, 2017
Friday, December 8, 2017
Yoga is not only good for strength and flexibility, but Lowenna Waters says that it also benefits sleep deprivation.
It's a well known fact that sleep disorders such as insomnia are endemic in our stress-filled, caffeine-driven contemporary lifestyles. In a recent study, it was shown that Britons are the world's most 'sleep deprived' people, with 37 per cent of the population reporting that they regularly don't get enough shut eye.
The health implications of sleep deprivation are equally shocking. It's been shown that when the brain is starved of sleep, its synapses begin to be 'eaten' by other cells in the brain. What's more, a lack of sleep can trigger the release of a chemical in the brain that leads to Alzheimers disease, and even that it's physically 'as bad as smoking'. Read more
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Monday, December 4, 2017
Does chicken soup really help fight colds? Yes, and scientists have the best recipe to follow.
Cuddling up with a bowl of chicken soup is the best cure for colds this winter season, according to researchers.
A study found that chicken soup could ease the symptoms of upper respiratory infections because it contains anti-inflammatory agents. Read more