Chocolate Coconut Energy Bars

Kids are snackers. I make sure they have a filling and nutrient-packed breakfast every morning and I don’t encourage snacking near mealtime. However, when they’re playing outside and burning off energy or going through a growth spurt they’re going to need snacks from time to time. These chocolate coconut energy bars fit the bill perfectly. They’re tasty, […]

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Striking Decline of Premature Births and SIDS During COVID

While the global lockdowns for the COVID-19 pandemic have had far-reaching ramifications, not all side effects have been bad. Two interesting changes noted by doctors around the world are a dramatic reduction in premature births1,2,3,4,5 and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). As explained by the Decan Herald:6 “About 1 in 10 US babies is born […]

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14 Patents in Every Fake Bite of Impossible Burger

Fake meat is all the rage, and although plant-based meat alternatives have been on the market for years, the industry is gaining speed, promoting its meatless ‘burgers’ as a sustainable solution to feed the world. The green image is an illusion, however, one predicated on a product that’s the epitome of unnatural. Impossible Foods, which […]

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Glyphosate Found in Manuka Honey

Honey, a complex mixture of sugars, amino acids, phenolics and other compounds, has been valued for its medicinal properties since ancient times. Made from flower nectar and produced by bees, honey’s medicinal properties vary depending on what type of flowering plant it comes from. One of the most heavily researched and renowned is Manuka honey, […]

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Gates Tries to Justify Side Effects of Fast-Tracked Vaccine

As vaccine companies rush to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to market, billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates — who routinely funnels hundreds of millions of dollars to various vaccine projects — warns you will probably need “multiple doses” of any given COVID-19 vaccine for it to be effective.1 In speaking with CBS News, Gates said, “None […]

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Face Masks, Yes, But Don't Forget Hand-Washing

The review of 22 published studies with more than 2,000 households found that wearing masks does not reduce the frequency of hand-washing.

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Young Black Americans at High Risk of Hypertension

The study, of 18- to 44-year-olds in the United States, found that high blood pressure was prevalent across all racial groups: Among both white and Mexican American participants, 22% had the condition.

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First U.S. Face Transplant Recipient Dies

Her surgery was performed at the Cleveland Clinic, where she died Wednesday from complications from an infection not related to the transplant, the AP. said.

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