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1 in 5 Family Doctors Get Opioid Payoffs

In All Health Watch, Big Pharma, Featured Article, Health Warning by INH Research0 Comments

A new large-scale national study shows that one in five family doctors are getting payoffs from the makers of Big Pharma’s deadliest product… Opioid painkillers.

Opioid overdoses now kill some 65,000 Americans a year. But that is not stopping large drug companies from being more aggressive than ever in pushing their addictive pain pills.1

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Best Ways to Save Money on Organic Food

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, General Health by INH Research0 Comments

We all know that eating organic foods is an important part of staying healthy.

Chemicals on conventionally grown foods are linked to a long list of serious illnesses. They include cancer, Parkinson’s, birth defects, brain damage, male infertility, asthma, and diabetes. And that’s just the beginning.1 2

But the problem for many of us is that organic foods can double your grocery bill.

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Loneliness Is Deadlier than Obesity, Study Finds

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, General Health, Longevity, Weight Loss by INH Research0 Comments

The biggest health danger is not obesity or smoking…it’s loneliness, a new study finds.

Brigham Young University researchers looked at 218 studies of the health effects of social isolation. They involved more than 4 million people.

The scientists discovered that lonely people have a 50% higher risk of early death. By contrast, obesity raises the chances of dying before age 70 by only 30%.

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Do Cellphones Cause Brain Cancer?

In All Health Watch, Cancer, Featured Article, Health Warning by INH Research0 Comments

For the last decade, scientists have warned us that cellphones are linked to brain cancer.

But the mobile industry has fought back, saying the research is inadequate and inconclusive.1

Now, Sen. John McCain, whose job demanded long hours of cellphone use, has been diagnosed with glioblastoma. It’s the deadliest form of brain cancer. Only about 30% of patients survive longer than two years after diagnosis.

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