Pollution Linked To Autism - New Study Says

A new study suggests that babies who are exposed to lots of traffic-related air pollution in the womb and during their first year of life are more likely to become autistic. The findings support previous research linking how close children live to freeways with their risk of autism, according to the study’s lead author. When will we wake up? If we keep being exposed to polluted air, water,...

Whooping Cough Vaccine Linked To Deadlier Cough Strain

The current whooping cough outbreak, which is the worst in over 50 years, has been 10 times more deadly than previous outbreaks. The reason for this surge in whooping cough: the pertussis vaccine that ‘science’ has been reformulated to ‘prevent’ it. The CDC and NIH keep pushing these vaccines to us, telling us that they are safe and that we must have them to protect...

ADHD Risk Increased With Maternal Mercury Exposure

According to new medical evidence from a recent study published in the JAAPA, the risk of having children with ADHD after the mother had been exposed to higher levels of the known neurotoxin mercury increased. Sharon K Sagiv, PhD, MPH, from the Boston University School of Public Health, and colleagues examined the association between peripartum maternal hair mercury levels (421 subjects) and...

How Bad Can Chemical Smells Be?

Oil or chemical spills, small or large, can cause, especially the most vulnerable (as pregnant woman, the fetus, infants, the elderly or immune depressed individuals), to develop both some immediate and long term chronic medical complaints. Chemicals can damage many areas of the human body and brain and sometimes devastate lives. For example, 1/2 tsp of baking soda in water or breathing some...

Fish-Asthma Link May Come Down To Timing

A Dutch study recently released suggests that giving fish to your child between the ages of 6 months to 12 months helps reduce the risk of developing asthma-like symptoms later on than babies introduced to fish before six months of age or after their first birthdays. “Introduction of fish between 6 and 12 months but not fish consumption afterward is associated with a lower prevalence of...

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