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Top 12 takeaways from the Joe Rogan and Dr. Robert Malone interview

January 04, 2022 - goodscience, Joe Rogan, lawlessness, medical error, medical fraud, medical malpractice, mRNA, myocarditis, natural immunity, Nuremberg Code, pandemic, Reuters, spike protein, truth, Twitter, vaccine injury, waning immunity

One of the most insightful dialogues of 2021 was Joe Rogan’s interview of Dr. Robert Malone (#1757). Dr. Malone invented the mRNA technology that is being used in the experimental covid vaccines. Dr. Malone has developed medical products, ...

Researchers develop incredible new material from silver tungstate that has antifungal and antitumor properties

October 30, 2020 - goodscience, innovation, materials science, real science, research, silver tungstate

Researchers from Brazil, Spain and Czech Republic have developed a new material from silver tungstate that can kill fungi and help fight cancer.

In a paper published in the journal Scientific Reports, the researchers explained how they made the material by irradiating silver tungstate. The researchers found that doing so increased the material’s antifungal and antitumor properties ...

Shedding the pounds and KEEPING the weight off helps improve cardiometabolic factors, say researchers

October 17, 2020 - goodscience, heart disease, heart health, keeping weight off, lifestyle diseases, prevention, research, risk factor, tips, Type 2 Diabetes, weight gain, weight loss

It’s no secret that shedding a healthy number of pounds is good for you. Keeping the weight off, however, is equally important to sustain the health benefits of weight loss, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

Researchers from Tufts University and the ...

Study: Consuming more strawberries can help prevent Alzheimer’s in the elderly

January 21, 2020 - goodscience, mind body science, organics, prevention, remedies, research, Strawberries, superfoods

Do you love snacking on sweet and juicy strawberries? Well, keep at it: A recent study suggests that they can lower your risk of developing Alzheimer’s dementia (AD).

In a study published in Current Developments in Nutrition and funded by the California Strawberry Commission, researchers from Rush University found that elderly people who consumed high amounts ...

Research finds link between joint hypermobility and increased risk of anxiety problems

January 20, 2020 - goodscience, healing arts, hip joint hypermobility, joints, mental health, mind body science, research, stop smoking, stress

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health concerns in the United States. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), these disorders affect about 40 million American adults, or 18.1 percent of the population each year. While anxiety disorders are highly treatable, the ADAA claims that only 36....

Spending at least 2 hours in nature per week improves overall health and psychological well-being, shows study

January 20, 2020 - goodscience, green space, hiking, immune system, mental health, natural environment, nature, research, stress relief

A mountain of research is giving near-conclusive evidence to the idea that exposing yourself to nature improves your physical and mental health, and the effects go beyond just giving your mood a temporary boost.

A study published in the journal Scientific Reports suggests that spending at least two hours a week immersing yourself in nature is ...

Golden dewdrop herb can prevent kidney stones and bacterial infections, reveals study

January 20, 2020 - goodscience, herbal medicine, kidney health, kidney stones, natural antibiotics, natural medicine, phytonutrients, remedies, research

The prevalence and recurrence rates of kidney stone disease (urolithiasis) are increasing globally. This health problem affects 12 percent of the world’s population, with more men suffering from it than in women. Despite recent medical advancements, there are still very limited options when it comes to effective anti-urolithiasis ...

Strange ring-shaped objects made from cereal and found in a Bronze Age dig site could have been used in ancient rituals, suggest researchers

January 20, 2020 - goodscience, history, research, rituals

While ancient agricultural practices are well-documented in the archaeological record, the same can’t be said for food preparation and production. This can be attributed to the relative rarity of extensive texts on the subject — best exemplified by the classical text “De re coquinaria” (On The Subject of Cooking), which has been attributed to the Roman writer and gourmet Marcus Gavius Apicius, and the ancient Arabic text ...

Study suggests Europa, Jupiter’s Moon, contains table salt in its oceans just like the oceans on Earth

January 20, 2020 - goodscience, Jupiter, moons, Oceans, outer space, planets, research, salt, sodium, Space

A study published in the journal Science Advances believes that subterranean oceans lurking underneath the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa may have a similar salt composition to oceans on Earth after the Hubble Space Telescope spotted sodium chloride, or salt, on the surface of the icy moon. Scientists now believe that other similarities may be discovered between the oceans ...

Applying pressure to the arms and legs shown to improve brain blood flow regulation, reveals study

January 20, 2020 - goodscience, inflammation, medical science, natural medicine, research, stroke

As you age, your brain will experience changes that could affect your mental function. With cognitive decline being quite common, it is important to maintain brain function by keeping your brain as healthy as it can be. Now, recent evidence suggests that a simple squeeze to your arms and legs might be beneficial for your brain.

A study published in the journal Neurology, the medical ...

A dead supercontinent is partly responsible for the ocean sinking into the Earth’s mantle, explain researchers

January 20, 2020 - goodscience, Oceans, pangaea, planet Earth, research, science and technology, sea level, seas, weird science

Every day, hundreds of millions of gallons of water drain from the oceans into the Earth’s mantle, and geologists think that a dead supercontinent may be to blame.

Dubbed the “deep water cycle” or the “geologic water cycle,” this phenomenon occurs when water gets soaked up by minerals within the earth’s mantle through a process called subduction. As ...

The truth about antimatter: Experiment confirms it is BOTH a particle and a wave

January 19, 2020 - goodscience, particles, physics, positrons, radiation, real science, research, science and technology

Antimatter – defined by modern physics as sub-atomic particles that have properties opposite normal sub-atomic particles – has recently been confirmed as both a particle and a wave.

In a study published in the journal Scientific Advances, a team of physicists from Italian and Swiss institutions, said they made the discovery after subjecting positrons, or positively ...

Study: Consuming yogurt can help lower the risk of precancerous growths in men by 19 percent

January 19, 2020 - goodscience, gut health, healing foods, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, prevention, Streptococcus thermophilius, superfood, yogurt

Colorectal cancer, as the name implies, is a type of cancer that begins in the colon or the rectum. According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the United States, with an estimated total of 148,040 cases yearly. The society also notes that men have a 4.4 percent of men and 4....

Carnivorous pitcher plants have an occasional taste for vertebrates, study finds

January 18, 2020 - goodscience, pitcher plants, Plants, salamanders, weird science, wildlife

While the northern pitcher plant (Sarracenia purpurea) is well-known for consuming insects and other invertebrates as supplementary food, a recent study published in the journal Ecology points out that about one in five pitcher plants in Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park has upgraded its menu to include juvenile salamanders.

While Asiatic pitcher plants such as the Philippines’ Nepenthes ...

Researchers spot 2 new Earth-like planets orbiting a tiny star located about 12.5 light-years from our Solar System

January 18, 2020 - goodscience, outer space, planets, research, solar system, Space, Stars, Teegarden's Star

Astronomers believe that they have found two new Earth-like exoplanets situated within their host star’s habitable zone, or the area around a star that can support the existence of liquid water.

These are the conclusions of the scientists who have been observing the star known as Teegarden’s Star, an ultra-cool dwarf that sits just 12.5 light-years away from Earth. Their ...

Deep ocean minerals and trace elements can help boost high-intensity running capacity

January 17, 2020 - goodscience, Oceans, research, supplements, trace minerals

It turns out that there’s still a lot more to the ocean than just being a source of food. A recent study suggests that it is also a potential source of natural health-improving supplements.

In their study, which was published in the journal Marine Drugs, a team of researchers from the University of Derby in the UK and the University of Taipei revealed that the consumption of desalinated deep ocean minerals ...

Researchers explore health benefits of African plants and spices

January 16, 2020 - goodscience, herbal medicine, Herbs, natural cures, natural medicine, remedies, research

Spices aren’t just good for adding flavor and kick to your meals: They’re good for treating skin infections too. According to a study in the Journal of Medical Plants Research, several compounds extracted from native Cameroonian spices have been proven effective when it comes to treating skin infections, including those from antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Researchers from ...

Is a healthier gut microbiome the master key to longevity?

January 14, 2020 - goodscience, gut health, gut microbiome, immune system, longevity, old age, probiotics, research

Researchers now believe that boosting the health of the gut microbiome may be the secret to living healthier in old age. In a study published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers looked at how fecal transplantation from young mice to older ones stimulated the gut microbiome and revived the gut’s immune system.

The gut, more so than many other internal ...

Gut-brain connection in individuals with autism CONFIRMED by scientific data

January 14, 2020 - goodscience, gut health, gut microbiota, gut-brain link, mental health, research

Gastrointestinal (GI) problems have always been a common occurrence in many patients with autism, yet the mechanisms behind this phenomenon are not fully understood. Studies have shown that around 70 percent of people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have a variant of gastrointestinal disorder, including gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and gastritis. If left untreated, ...

Sun-exposed oyster mushrooms boost TB patients’ vitamin D levels, immune response

January 13, 2020 - goodscience, immune system, lung health, Mushrooms, nutrients, oyster mushrooms, plant medicine, prevention, superfoods, tuberculosis, vitamin D

Despite the advancements in medication and the increased availability of antimicrobial treatments, tuberculosis (TB) still remains one of the deadliest infectious diseases in low income countries today, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) who noted in its 2019 Global Tuberculosis Report that the disease ...

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