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  • Cravings for ice cubes may signal a bigger health problem
    by Shyla Cadogan, RD on July 23, 2024 at 8:40 pm

    Something may be abnormal health-wise when you have a deep craving for ice. The post Cravings for ice cubes may signal a bigger health problem by Shyla Cadogan, RD appeared first on Study Finds.

  • Data breaches linked to mass layoffs: How corporate cuts could cause cybersecurity crisis
    by StudyFinds Staff on July 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    Mass layoffs and data breaches seem to dominate headlines in recent months. Now a startling new study suggests these two trends may be more closely linked than we ever imagined. The post Data breaches linked to mass layoffs: How corporate cuts could cause cybersecurity crisis by StudyFinds Staff appeared first on Study Finds.

  • Scientists discover the surprising way our brains track time
    by Chris Melore on July 23, 2024 at 6:34 pm

    Researchers suggest that our brains don’t actually keep track of time like a clock. Instead, they measure time based on our experiences and activities. The post Scientists discover the surprising way our brains track time by Chris Melore appeared first on Study Finds.

  • 5 Best Tool Boxes Most Recommended By Experts
    by Melissa Kraus on July 23, 2024 at 4:59 pm

    Ever tried fixing something around the house only to realize your “toolbox” is just a messy drawer full of random screws, a hammer, and that mysterious key you found last summer? Yeah, we’ve all been there. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a seasoned DIY pro, a good toolbox can… The post 5 Best Tool Boxes Most Recommended By Experts by Melissa Kraus appeared first on Study Finds.

  • Chimps chat like us: Study shows surprising similarities in ape gestures
    by StudyFinds Staff on July 23, 2024 at 4:54 pm

    They may not be able to vocally speak like us, but chimpanzees demonstrate remarkable gestural communication with one another comparable to human conversation, new research shows. The post Chimps chat like us: Study shows surprising similarities in ape gestures by StudyFinds Staff appeared first on Study Finds.

  • Greater Attention Needs to be Paid to Malnutrition in the Sick and Elderly, Researchers Say
    by Dr. Rath Health Foundation on July 22, 2024 at 9:38 am

    As many as half of all patients admitted to hospital and other healthcare facilities are malnourished. This has serious consequences for the individual in terms of unnecessary suffering, poorer quality of life, and mortality. Providing nutrients can alleviate these problems, but not enough attention is paid to this knowledge. This is the conclusion of a review article published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). The post Greater Attention Needs to be Paid to Malnutrition in the Sick and Elderly, Researchers Say appeared first on Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

  • Nearly Half of Adult Cancer Deaths in the US Could be Prevented by Making Lifestyle Changes, Study Finds
    by Dr. Rath Health Foundation on July 22, 2024 at 9:37 am

    About 40 percent of new cancer cases among adults ages 30 and older in the United States – and nearly half of deaths – could be attributed to preventable risk factors, according to a new study from the American Cancer Society. The post Nearly Half of Adult Cancer Deaths in the US Could be Prevented by Making Lifestyle Changes, Study Finds appeared first on Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

  • Global Pharma Market Expected to Reach $1.7 Trillion by 2030
    by Dr. Rath Health Foundation on July 22, 2024 at 9:36 am

    Global growth in the pharma market will reach 7.7 percent through to the end of the decade, according to an analysis from industry commentator Evaluate. The London-based firm has released its 2024 World Preview Report, which suggests that worldwide prescription drug sales could reach $1.7 trillion by 2030. The post Global Pharma Market Expected to Reach $1.7 Trillion by 2030 appeared first on Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

  • Omega-3 Fatty Acid Intake May Lessen Acne Severity
    by Dr. Rath Health Foundation on July 22, 2024 at 9:36 am

    In a study in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology that included 60 individuals with mild to moderate acne, following the Mediterranean diet and taking omega-3 fatty acid supplements led to significant reductions in inflammatory and non-inflammatory skin lesions, as well as an improved quality of life. The post Omega-3 Fatty Acid Intake May Lessen Acne Severity appeared first on Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

  • Higher Calcium and Zinc Intakes Linked to Healthier Pregnancy Outcomes
    by Dr. Rath Health Foundation on July 22, 2024 at 9:35 am

    Women with higher intakes of calcium and zinc in the three months before they conceived were significantly less likely to suffer hypertensive disorders during their pregnancy compared with those who had lower intakes of these essential minerals, according to new research. The post Higher Calcium and Zinc Intakes Linked to Healthier Pregnancy Outcomes appeared first on Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

  • How to Protect Yourself From Tick-Borne Diseases
    by Erin Elizabeth on June 3, 2024 at 12:54 am

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE According to research published in the February 15, 2024, issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR),1,2prevalence of Lyme Disease were 1.7 times (70%) higher in 2022 than the annual U.S. average reported from 2017 through 2019. This dramatic increase is not thought to reflect The post How to Protect Yourself From Tick-Borne Diseases appeared first on Health Nut News.

  • 5 Potent Nootropic Herbs to Supercharge Memory and Concentration
    by Erin Elizabeth on May 28, 2024 at 4:34 pm

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE Nootropics are sometimes called “smart drugs” since they enhance cognitive performance and especially executive functions like memory, focus and creativity. Naturally occurring nootropics support focus and concentration by improving neural mechanisms related to learning and memory. Nootropic herbs have long been a staple of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and other traditional medicine practices. They The post 5 Potent Nootropic Herbs to Supercharge Memory and Concentration appeared first on Health Nut News.

  • ‘Strong and Consistent Evidence’ Links Multivitamins to Memory and Cognitive Benefits
    by Erin Elizabeth on May 23, 2024 at 4:28 pm

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE Taking a daily multivitamin may improve memory and slow cognitive decline in older adults, according to a third major study on the topic. The studies used data from the COcoa Supplement and Multivitamin Outcomes Study (COSMOS), which evaluated whether cocoa extract supplementation with and without a standard multivitamin affected the risk of developing The post ‘Strong and Consistent Evidence’ Links Multivitamins to Memory and Cognitive Benefits appeared first on Health Nut News.

  • Symptoms of Diverticulitis and How to Treat It
    by Erin Elizabeth on May 18, 2024 at 7:21 pm

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE Diverticulitis is an inflammation or infection of small pouches called diverticula that can develop along the walls of your intestines. The formation of these pouches is known as diverticulosis, a common condition that typically causes few or no symptoms. However, when these pouches become inflamed or infected, it leads to diverticulitis, which can The post Symptoms of Diverticulitis and How to Treat It appeared first on Health Nut News.

  • SSRI Drugs Can Cause Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    by Erin Elizabeth on May 17, 2024 at 6:04 pm

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE Serotonin — also known as 5-hydroxytryptamine or 5-HT — is typically referred to as “the happiness hormone” and deficiency is thought to be the source of depression. That’s why depression is routinely treated with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) that raise serotonin levels in your brain. The problem is, serotonin is NOT responsible The post SSRI Drugs Can Cause Chronic Fatigue Syndrome appeared first on Health Nut News.

  • What Might Donald Trump’s Cabinet Look Like in a Second Term? Would He Drain the Swamp – Or Fill it Back Up?
    by Brian-Admin on July 23, 2024 at 9:22 pm

    With the Republican Party nomination of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States complete, and his selection of J.D. Vance for Vice President, the media is now talking about what a possible Trump Cabinet would look like at the beginning of his second term. Multiple sources have reported that Trump is considering Jamie Dimon, the Chairman and CEO of the largest, most complex and scandal-ridden bank in the United States, JPMorgan Chase Bank, as the Secretary of the Treasury. In a recent article in the NY Post, however, reporter Charles Gasparino writes that the Secretary of the Treasury job is more likely to go to Larry Fink, the head of BlackRock and believed by some to be the most powerful person in the world. But there’s room for both of them in a Trump Cabinet. Fink could easily become the Secretary of State, a job that Trump first gave to Chairman of the Board and CEO of ExxonMobil, Rex Tillerson, in his first term. Anyway, the featured image I created for this article fills in a few names for various Cabinet positions that Trump could likely nominate for various posts. In a recent show, Jimmy Dore asked journalist Whitney Webb if she thought Trump would really drain the swamp this time, if elected. Watch her response. Whitney Webb has also just published a complete report on the background of J.D. Vance, Trump’s choice for Vice President: “The Man Behind Trump’s VP Pick: It’s Worse Than You Think” The post What Might Donald Trump’s Cabinet Look Like in a Second Term? Would He Drain the Swamp – Or Fill it Back Up? first appeared on Health Impact News.

  • Lack of IT-Skilled Human Workers is Leading to a Cyber Pandemic – 500,000 Cybersecurity Jobs Unfilled in the U.S.
    by Brian-Admin on July 23, 2024 at 12:05 am

    As the full effects of the Microsoft glitch that took down so many businesses and government agencies this past Friday are still being evaluated, the vulnerability of a software system run by a cybersecurity firm is presenting new information to hackers and exposing just how unprepared the U.S. Government is to protect our country against cyber attacks that are a real threat to national security. After the CrowdStrike failed software update that infected 8.1 million devices with cascading effects spreading to millions, if not billions, of other devices and computer systems, the threat of a Cyber Pandemic is now very real. And the main reason that the U.S. Government is powerless to stop something like a Cyber Pandemic is not because of a lack of technology or computer resources, since the U.S. is home to the largest technology companies in the world, but it is due to a lack of human resources: Cybersecurity professionals. In 2021 CNN published an article with the title: “Wanted: Millions of cybersecurity pros. Salary: Whatever you want”. The article highlighted the increasing cyber attacks in the U.S. and the lack of cybersecurity experts to prevent these attacks, with over 300,000 cybersecurity job openings going unfilled. Fast forward to today in 2024, and the situation has only become worse. A few weeks ago (June, 2024), members of Congress raised concerns over the shortage of cybersecurity professionals, which has now grown to a half million open jobs that cannot be filled. The post Lack of IT-Skilled Human Workers is Leading to a Cyber Pandemic – 500,000 Cybersecurity Jobs Unfilled in the U.S. first appeared on Health Impact News.

  • One Single Computer Glitch Could Cost Tens of $Billions of Losses, Showing How Frail Technology Has Become
    by Brian-Admin on July 21, 2024 at 8:09 pm

    This past Friday morning brought headlines such as “Largest IT Outage in History!” and “Just Like Y2K Except this Time it is Real!” Hundred of millions, if not billions, of people and businesses around the world were affected, from airlines to FedEx and other delivery companies to financial institutions to hotel reservations and personal PC users. The culprit was reported as a Microsoft Windows update to a software program that runs on many Windows computers, from the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike. Microsoft has reported that the glitch affected 8.5 million devices. Since the problem is still ongoing as I write this on Sunday, there is no way to know what the cost is to the global economy because of this glitch. Estimates at this point are claiming it will top 1 $billion in losses. However, I can assure you that those costs will well exceed this estimate, and will easily be in the tens of $billions, just from the loss of online ecommerce sales alone, not to mention every other industry that was affected where sales are not conducted online. I have run my own ecommerce store for over 20 years, and I have a pretty good feel for how sales go each day, based on day of the week, current sales we are running, etc. Yesterday, (Saturday 7/20/24) we had our lowest day in sales for many years, and I would estimate that we lost about 50% of our sales yesterday, due to this problem that obviously prevented many of our customers from ordering online. Globally, there were $5.8 trillion in online sales in 2023, and the forecast for 2024 is $6.3 trillion in sales. $6.3 trillion in online sales for one year is about $16.5 billion in sales every single day. Let’s be conservative and estimate that about 30% of ecommerce sales were lost in just one day, yesterday. That would be about $5 billion in lost revenue, and that is just for one day, and only online sales, not sales lost in the airlines industry, hotel industry, freight delivery industry, etc. This loss could easily be in the tens of $billions, if not more, just for ONE single computer glitch, and we will experience the economic ripples of this for the rest of the year. The post One Single Computer Glitch Could Cost Tens of $Billions of Losses, Showing How Frail Technology Has Become first appeared on Health Impact News.

  • Israel Humiliated by Houthis as Downtown Tel Aviv Bombed by Undetected New Drone Class! Netanyahu Heads to U.S. Congress as ICC Arrest Warrant Still Outstanding
    by Brian-Admin on July 20, 2024 at 10:34 pm

    In an event barely mentioned in the U.S. media yesterday (Friday, July 19, 2024), Yemen’s Houthi militants launched a new class of drones into the heart of Tel Aviv, considered the capital city of Israel by most of the world (97 embassies are in Tel Aviv compared to only 6 embassies in Jerusalem,) and is the country’s economic and technological center. The drone attack appeared to be targeting the U.S. Consulate in Tel Aviv, exploding very near it, and allegedly went undetected by American Israeli defense systems, being the first attack of its kind. This was truly an historical never-before-seen attack directly on Israel’s second most populous city, indicating that the Houthis are stepping up their attacks and not just simply targeting ships in the Red Sea anymore. While I have seen some reports that this attack on Tel Aviv yesterday might delay Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Washington D.C., news from D.C. seems to indicate that the trip is still on for this coming week. This begs the question: Will anyone try to arrest Netanyahu on the outstanding warrant for his arrest at the International Criminal Court? Protests are being planned in D.C., and Mike Johnson, the current Zionist leader of the House of Representatives, has threatened to arrest other lawmakers who do not support Israel. The post Israel Humiliated by Houthis as Downtown Tel Aviv Bombed by Undetected New Drone Class! Netanyahu Heads to U.S. Congress as ICC Arrest Warrant Still Outstanding first appeared on Health Impact News.

  • Elon Musk: World’s Biggest Con Man, or Just a Fool? Big Tech in Panic Mode!
    by Brian-Admin on July 18, 2024 at 7:45 pm

    While Elon Musk is taking advantage of the current political climate after the Trump shooting incident and claiming to support free speech and be against online censorship, his X platform has been busy the past couple of days deleting posts of the Trump shooting that do not fit the current narrative from the Republican platform, clearly betraying what he claims about being against “online censorship”. And as he espouses views that appease those on the Right and on the conservative side of the political spectrum by attacking Gov. Newsom as he pledges to move his companies from California to Texas, the reality is that his empire that has made him the richest man in the world appears to be crumbling, and in danger of completely crashing. So let’s take a peek behind the scenes and ignore Elon Musk’s rhetoric, and let’s see what is happening in the real world with the companies he owns, and where that evidence, as opposed to rhetoric, leads us, because Big Tech is in full panic mode right now. The post Elon Musk: World’s Biggest Con Man, or Just a Fool? Big Tech in Panic Mode! first appeared on Health Impact News.

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