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Herbal Remedies for the Top 10 Health Problems in America

Herbal Remedies for the Top 10 Health Problems in America

The use of nаturаl products аnd hеrbаl remedies tо counter thе еffесtѕ оf hеаlth rеlаtеd рrоblеmѕ hаѕ seen a ѕhаrр uрwаrd trеnd in thе US in thе lаѕt dесаdе. This blоg роѕt tаkеѕ a look аt thе 10 Most Cоmmоn Hеаlth Problems in Amеriса and aligns the mоѕt рорulаr nаturаl аnd hеrbаl rеmеdiеѕ uѕеd to counter thеѕе conditions. Mауо Cliniс recently соnduсtеd аn in-dерth study tо diѕсоvеr thе tор 10 hеаlth рrоblеmѕ in Amеriса. Aссоrding tо their rеѕеаrсh there аrе mаnу diffеrеnt hеаlth рrоblеmѕ that vary tо ѕоmе еxtеnt bеtwееn men аnd women whereas thеrе are ѕоmе that аrе соmmоn tо bоth gеndеrѕ. Read More »

What’s In Your Drinking Water?

What’s In Your Drinking Water

In the 1970s, several studies turned up pharmaceuticals in treated U.S. sewage water, and drugs have been a known unknown in water supplies ever since. Recently, researchers at the Environmental Protection Agency tested 50 U.S. wastewater-treatment plants serving more than 46 million people for 58 common drugs. They found many of the meds, but thankfully at concentrations so low it would take years to drink a full dose. –Jessie Geoffray Read More »

Can’t catch a break? Chemicals again spill into W. Virginia water

Can’t catch a break Chemicals again spill into W. Virginia water

A coal preparation facility breached Tuesday, sending over 100,000 gallons of coal liquid waste leaked from a West Virginia coal preparation facility and into the nearby water supply, officials have announced. The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) opened an investigation into a coal slurry spill Tuesday morning. The slurry is made up solid and liquid waste that is created as a by-product of the coal mining process. While officials are unsure exactly how much of the waste leaked into a tributary of West Virginia’s Kanawha River, although one source told the West Virginia Gazette there is already “a significant environmental impact.” Read More »

​West Virginia’s Freedom Industries suffers another chemical spill

​West Virginia’s Freedom Industries suffers another chemical spill

Weeks after spilling about 10,000 gallons of chemicals into West Virginia's Elk River, chemical maker Freedom Industries reported another toxic leak Thursday at their facility in Charleston. Yet none of the material has reached the river, officials said. Contractors for Freedom Industries hit an underground pipe with an excavator Thursday night, unleashing water and the same crude MCHM chemical that leaked from the company’s tank farm into the Elk River on Jan. 9. The earlier incident ultimately spoiled drinking water for around 300,000 nearby residents. Read More »

West Virginia official says residents are breathing cancer-causing agent after chemical spill

West Virginia official says residents are breathing cancer-causing agent after chemical spill

A West Virginia state official told legislators on Wednesday that he “can guarantee” some residents are breathing in a cancer-causing substance due to the chemical spill that occurred earlier in January. In a recent meeting with a state legislative committee on water resources, Scott Simonton of the West Virginia Environmental Quality Board said that his tests have detected formaldehyde in water samples contaminated by the recent Elk River chemical spill. Read More »

Dead Sea Life Covers 98% of Ocean Floor After Fukushima

Dead Sea Life Covers 98 of Ocean Floor After Fukushima

Sea life in the Pacific Ocean is dying off at an alarming rate, and the peak of all this death and destruction coincides with a certain nuclear disaster that ironically occurred on the Pacific coast of Japan. Still, scientists analyzing what’s referred to as “sea snot” point their finger at global warming, refusing to even mention the radiation from Fukushima. Normally, this snot covers about 1% of the floor. Now, it seems to be covering about 98% of it. Read More »

Are Microwaves a Threat to Your Health?

Are Microwaves a Threat to Your Health

Start talking about microwave safety amongst mixed company and you are sure to spark up a “heated” debate. Some might warn you that even getting within two feet of a running microwave will harm you, while others will tell you that the issues are not so much with the microwave itself but rather with the nature of the food being microwaved, as well as its packaging. Read More »

Hundreds Reported Sick Amid Indefinite Water Ban After W. Virginia Chemical pill

Hundreds Reported Sick Amid Indefinite Water Ban After W. Virginia Chemical pill

Water is allocated to citizens at the South Charleston Community Center in Charleston, West Virginia. Hundreds have reported sickness, businesses have shut and bottled-water supply is low after a chemical leak into the Elk River in West Virginia that has impacted 300,000 people in nine counties. The White House announced the occurrence a federal catastrophe. Residents of the nine impacted counties have been told to avoid using tap water for drinking, cooking, cleaning or showering. Health officials suggest it to be used only for flushing toilets and fighting fires. Currently it is uncertain when the ban will be lifted. Read More »

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