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Cucumbers recalled from 14 states over salmonella scare

a month ago -

The affected product lots were shipped between May 17 and May 21, according to a recall notice posted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Potentially contaminated cucumbers were shipped in bulk cartons directly to retail distribution centers, wholesalers and food service distributors in the following states:






North Carolina

New Jersey

New York



South Carolina



West ...

Wild blueberries found to improve cardiovascular health and cognitive performance in older adults

2 months ago - arterial stiffness, blood pressure, cerebral blood flow, blood parameters and endothelial function (presented as flow-mediated dilation, FMD) at the start of the trial and once more at the end of the trial.

The researchers reported that regular consumption of wild blueberry powder resulted in a significant increase in FMD as well as a decrease in the participants' ambulatory systolic blood pressure. Compared to those who received the placebo, participants who took the ...

Study: Betalains in beets can help reduce fatigue and boost athletic performance

April 15, 2024 -

Data has also revealed that the nutritious root vegetable contains natural plant pigments and phytochemicals that have science-backed abilities to sustain and boost the health and function of several body systems.

Additionally, a recent study found that unique compounds in beets can help fight oxidative stress and inflammation. Researchers also reported that these compounds may help reduce fatigue, boost energy levels and even improve athletic performance.

The study ...

The dark ECLIPSE casting a shadow across human civilization will be VANQUISHED by the light of truth

March 26, 2024 -

The symbolism of solar eclipses and defeating evil

In a recent broadcast, Mike Adams, host of Brighteon broadcast news, discussed the importance of obedience to God and the powerful forces at work beyond our control as human beings. As we approach the April 8 solar eclipse, he reflects on its symbolism and how it serves as a reminder of the cyclical nature of hardship in our lives.

The sun represents the Son of God, embodying light, warmth, love, life, visibility, and clarity....

Reducing Parkinson’s disease will require phasing out common pesticides and herbicides across agriculture

March 15, 2024 -

Every year, nearly 90,000 new cases of Parkinson’s are diagnosed. The rate of Parkinson’s has dramatically increased since the 1980s, when the rate of diagnosis was approximately 60,000 people per year. At the current trajectory, there will be 1.2 million people living with Parkinson’s by 2030.

Now, a new study finds that Parkinson’s is more prominent in areas of the country that use greater levels of agricultural pesticides and herbicides. Three of the greatest chemical ...

Comprehensive review highlights key adverse events linked to COVID-19 vaccines

February 29, 2024 -

(Article republished from

An in-depth analysis by The Epoch Times of adverse event reporting systems from the United States, United Kingdom, South Africa, and peer-reviewed scientific literature has identified a list of significant adverse events reported following COVID-19 vaccination. These events range from widely recognized complications such as blood clots and myocarditis to less discussed but documented effects in research studies. The ranking of ...

Study: Long-term use of ADHD medications linked to elevated cardiovascular disease risk

January 29, 2024 -

With the use of ADHD medications substantially increasing over the past decades, the study is urging healthcare providers to weigh the potential risks and benefits of long-term use of such medications carefully before prescribing them to their patients.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ADHD is a medical condition that causes an individual to have trouble paying attention and sitting still, be overly active or have difficulty controlling ...

Statin drugs, i.e., “mitochondrial toxins,” linked to heart disease, even though they were pushed with promises of PROTECTING the vascular system

January 04, 2024 -

Research published in the journal Clinical Pharmacology reveals that statins are more aptly described as "mitochondrial toxins" in that they impair normal muscle function in the heart and blood vessels by depleting the body of coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10.

An antioxidant that cells use for growth and maintenance, CoQ10 does not synthesize properly when a person takes statins as prescribed by doctors to prevent heart disease, which is said to be the leading cause ...

Thai black ginger found to delay arthritis progression and suppress inflammation

December 21, 2023 -

The Hmong hill tribe, one of the largest ethnic groups in Northern Thailand, believes that taking Thai black ginger can improve physical performance. The herb is also traditionally used to enhance sexual performance and treat all kinds of ailments, such as allergies, abscesses, gout, hypertension, general pains and ulcer.

According to studies, Thai black ginger has many health-supporting properties, such as antiallergic, anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, antimicrobial, ...

Is eating chili peppers the key to a longer life? Studies link chili consumption to lower risk of dying from heart disease, cancer

December 13, 2023 -

Chili peppers are native to the Americas but are now cultivated in warm regions around the world. They belong to the nightshade family, which includes popular vegetables like eggplants, potatoes and tomatoes, and medicinal herbs like mandrakes, goji berries and jimsonweed. Many varieties of chili peppers exist, some of which, like cayenne, jalapenos, Thai pepper, tabasco and habaneros, are well-known for their heat.

Aside from their spiciness, chili peppers boast an ...

Study discovers that STROKE could be TRANSMISSIBLE via blood transfusions

November 13, 2023 -

A stroke happens when oxygenated blood that flows through the arteries is prevented from reaching the brain. There are two types of strokes – an ischemic stroke happens when arteries are either blocked by fatty deposits or blood clots. Meanwhile, a hemorrhagic stroke happens when arteries burst, spilling blood in or around the brain.

Despite the kind of stroke that occurs, parts of the brain that do not get the oxygenated blood start to die. When the brain goes longer ...

STUDY: Cross-sex hormones increase heart disease risk in transvestites by 93%

October 18, 2023 -

Transgender clinics are harming patients for life, in more ways than one

In 2007, the United States’ first transgender youth clinic opened up in Boston, Massachusetts. Since then, at least forty other transgender youth clinics have opened up across the United States. These clinics see patients who are confused, lonely, autistic and/or struggling with mental and emotional difficulties. These clinics see patients who are seeking a sense of belonging, identity and validation for ...

Maintain strong and healthy bones as you age with these 4 tips

October 10, 2023 -

No matter your age, it is important to maintain strong, healthy bones to preserve mobility and lower your risk of fractures. As you age, your bones naturally grow weaker as a result of testosterone loss if you're a man or estrogen loss if you're a woman. The decrease in these hormones leads to loss of bone density, which increases your risk of fractures.

Aside from age-related changes in hormones, loss of bone density is also caused by other factors, such as smoking, ...

9 Natural blood thinners you may already have at home

October 05, 2023 -

Cayenne pepper

Cayenne contains salicylate – a natural blood-thinning agent that’s valued for its anti-thrombosis effects. On top of that, it also contains capsaicin, which has been proven to possess lipid-lowering, anti-hypertensive, anti-diabetic and anti-obesity properties in several studies, as indicated in a study published in the Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. For these reasons, cayenne is often taken in capsule form to promote cardiovascular health and blood ...

Looking for a spicy fix for pain while boosting your heart and immune system? Try cayenne pepper

September 17, 2023 -

That pepper is known as cayenne (Capsicum annuum), a member of the Solanacaea nightshade family of plants alongside red pepper, chili powder, and paprika. Cayenne has been a part of Central and South American fare since time immemorial, and still to this day it is a favorite among spice lovers everywhere.

Cayenne contains a uniquely bioactive compound called capsaicin that gives the pepper its spicy flavor. Capsaicin along with the other constituents in cayenne are ...

Studies show ULTRA-PROCESSED FOODS put millions of people in the U.K. at risk of cardiovascular disease

September 14, 2023 -

The first study, which tracked 10,000 Australian women for 15 years, found that those with the highest proportion of UPF in their diet were 39 percent more likely to develop high blood pressure than those with the lowest. This was the case even after academics adjusted for the effect of fat, salt and sugar, according to the British Heart Foundation.

High blood pressure, or hypertension, increases the risk of serious conditions, such as aortic aneurysms, heart disease, ...

Prepper first aid: 10 Must-haves for your natural medicine first aid kit

August 24, 2023 - arterial stiffness (a risk factor for heart disease), stroke and mental decline.

Research also suggests that drinking lemon balm tea could increase the body’s natural antioxidant enzymes, which help protect against oxidative damage.

Another review showed that lemon balm could help improve symptoms of depression and anxiety without serious side effects.

Peppermint tea

While peppermint tea is often used to support digestive health, it also has ...

6 Natural ways to increase blood flow to your brain

August 22, 2023 -

Your brain is one of three vital organs that consume the most oxygen. Despite comprising only two percent of your total body weight, your brain consumes about 18.4 percent of the oxygen that enters your body, making it the second highest oxygen consumer after the liver, which uses about 20.4 percent. Your brain needs plenty of oxygen because in order to generate energy, it relies almost exclusively on a form of metabolism that requires oxygen. Your brain cells, or neurons, also ...

FDA recalls green organic kiwifruit from 14 states due to potential LISTERIA contamination

August 15, 2023 -

After testing on the affected fruit revealed the presence of Listeria monocytogenes, a potentially deadly infection, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall, tracing the contamination back to two particular kiwi growers in New Zealand.

The recalled kiwis were repackaged locally for the U.S. market in one-pound clear plastic clamshells bearing the Zespri brand name and UPC code 8 18849 02009 3. The affected fruit also has a sticker on it featuring ...

Pfizer just purchased Arena Pharmaceuticals to gain control of cardiovascular “treatments” that are in high demand after the COVID jabs

August 02, 2023 -

Pfizer's chief business innovation officer said about the merger, “We believe this transaction represents the best next step for both patients and shareholders.” This is because the merger means investors will bankroll off the vascular clotting the Pfizer COVID jabs create with their spike protein prions, and now the company can capitalize off treatment of those compounded health issues created in the vascular systems of a couple hundred million Americans.

For example, ...

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