30-Year Study Finds Weekly Use Of Disinfectants GREATLY Increases Your Chances Of Lung Disease

The Facts: A 30-year study conducted by Harvard researchers and the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research determined that people who use disinfectants just once a week have a 22-32% of developing lung disease.Reflect On: There are many other natural alternatives out there these days. Some are listed in the article, be sure … Continue reading 30-Year Study Finds Weekly Use Of Disinfectants GREATLY Increases Your Chances Of Lung Disease

Not Everything Is Better with Butter-flavoring: Popcorn Lung Disease and the Dangers of Diacetyl

“Not Everything Is Better with Butter-flavoring: Popcorn Lung Disease and the Dangers of Diacetyl” The Office of Science invites you to the next “We Were There” lecture on January 30, 2019. “We Were There” provides insight into the rich past of CDC and gives the audience a chance to hear first-hand accounts from NIOSH and … Continue reading Not Everything Is Better with Butter-flavoring: Popcorn Lung Disease and the Dangers of Diacetyl

TO VAPE OR NOT TO VAPE – PROBABLY A GOOD IDEA NOT TO!

E-cigarettes appear to trigger unique immune responses as well as the same ones triggered by regular cigarettes, according to new research published online in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Immune responses are the biological reactions of cells and fluids to an outside substance the body doesn't recognize as its … Continue reading TO VAPE OR NOT TO VAPE – PROBABLY A GOOD IDEA NOT TO!