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Weak Study Claims Teen Phone Use Doesn’t Damage Mental Health

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The mainstream told everybody that the amount of screen time enjoyed by young people could be affecting their mental health. A new...

New Study Proves Fluoride Affects Children’s Development And IQ

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A study published Monday suggests that fluoride consumed by pregnant women can decrease the IQ of their children. No single study provides...

New Study Proves Marijuana Compounds Inhibit Tumor Growth And Kill Cancer...

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Researchers at Amity University in India detailed the scientific literature surrounding the effects of cannabinoids on different cancer types and also looked...

Study Show Psychiatric Diagnoses Are Scientifically Meaningless

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More people are being diagnosed with mental illnesses than ever before. Multiple factors can be attributed to this rise; many people blame the popularity...

Legalization Tied To Decline In Teens Using Recreational Marijuana

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Marijuana use has plummeted with young people in states where pot has been legalized for recreational use, despite reports that weed has...

Common Cold Virus Can Possibly Cure Cancer

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The common cold virus could cure cancer, scientists say, as a “revolutionary” treatment was found to eradicate the disease in a week. ...

Many Drinking Glasses And Alcohol Bottles Contain Dangerous Levels Of Toxins

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Bottles of beer, wine and spirits contain potentially harmful levels of toxic elements, such as lead and cadmium, in their enameled decorations,...

Airplanes Have Surprising Negative Effect On The Atmosphere

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The climate impact of flying isn’t just about carbon emissions. The contrails that airplanes create also influence the temperature of our atmosphere—and...

Chemical Used In Many Consumer Products Increases Bone Disease Risk

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Exposure to a chemical commonly used to reduce bacterial contamination in cosmetics, toothpaste and products like toys and clothing may come with an unintended...

Robots To Displace 20 Million Jobs By 2030

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Robots are on track to wipe out almost a tenth of the world’s manufacturing jobs with the brunt borne by lower-income areas...