Alcohol abuse leads to cancer, strokes, heart disease, brain damage

It’s no secret that excessive alcohol consumption can take a serious toll on your health. While we often associate alcohol abuse with car crashes and cirrhosis of the liver, these are not the only health risks posed by drinking too many alcoholic beverages. The previously held thought that a glass of red wine a day could have a … Continue reading Alcohol abuse leads to cancer, strokes, heart disease, brain damage

Prescribed Drugs with this Feature Linked to Memory Loss & Stroke

Recently, scientists have found that drugs with a type of feature may greatly harm people’s brain health. The feature is called anticholinergic property. It exists in many commonly prescribed drugs, such as drugs for allergies, Parkinson’s disease, depression and heart disease. Previous research has shown that this anticholinergic feature could disturb communication between parts of … Continue reading Prescribed Drugs with this Feature Linked to Memory Loss & Stroke

LATEST LEGIT STUDY: How marijuana harms your heart and blood pressure to bring you an early death

Let me preface this article by saying that I'm not the most popular person because of my being vehemently against the use of marijuana for 'fun', or even medical marijuana for some conditions - except for well researched situations where its benefits appear to outweigh its risks - primarily for cancer, seizures, autism, and other … Continue reading LATEST LEGIT STUDY: How marijuana harms your heart and blood pressure to bring you an early death

Even At Low Doses, Calcium Supplements Are Now Linked To Brain Lesions With First Study Of Its Kind

Taking calcium supplements — even at low doses — linked to brain lesions in the first study of its kind.  Most calcium supplements are just plain bad news. The idea of taking calcium in pill or tablet form to “keep the bones strong” just doesn’t make that much sense given, first, that we are designed … Continue reading Even At Low Doses, Calcium Supplements Are Now Linked To Brain Lesions With First Study Of Its Kind