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Bedtime use of media devices more than doubles the risk of poor sleep in children

Children using devices such as smartphones and tablets at bedtime have over double the risk of a disrupted night’s sleep compared to children without access to such devices, according to a new study led by researchers from King’s College London. Previous research suggests that 72 per cent of children and 89 per cent of adolescents have at least one device …

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TIM BISSELL – 10 Secret CIA Prisons You Do Not Want To Visit

The US Central Intelligence Agency has, according to multiple investigative reports from both mainstream media outlets and human rights organizations, operated numerous “black sites” across the world. These locations, according to the reports, are secret prisons used to house “ghost prisoners.” Those sent to these places are held captive without being charged with any crime and are not allowed any …

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Berberine–A natural alternative for diabetes treatment?

Berberine is a yellow compound found in several different plants including barberry, goldenseal, phellodendron and Oregon grape. Berberine has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and immune enhancing properties, but in recent years, much research has been published around its role in protecting against cardiovascular disease as well as treating diabetes and insulin resistance. How does It work? Berberine activates a specific enzyme called adenosine monophosphate-activated protein …

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Let’s Create A Better World – 01.23.16

Our guest, Keith Morey, has been involved with researching health issues, their causes, and nutrition for prevention and reversing diseases for over 20 years. He discussed seven symptoms of fungal infections, three main causes of aging, and a variety of other issues that cause our health to deteriorate and become diseased. He also talked about how antibiotics, electro-magnetic fields (EMF’s), dental issues, lack of sleep and other aspects of our lifestyles contribute to our health deterioration and death.

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Does 5 HTP Really Enhance Sleeping Quality and More?

We don’t fully understand why we need sleep, but we sure know the effects on the body if we don’t get enough of it each day. Extended periods of sleep deprivation can cause some serious health issues that most insomniacs would be well aware of. Sleep disorders are also closely linked to depression, anxiety, stress, and migraines. So it seems …

73% of insomniacs cured after 1-hour therapy session

A simple one-hour therapy session has helped to cure 73% of people suffering from acute insomnia, according to a new study from Northumbria University. In the first ever study to attempt to treat insomnia in the acute phase — before it becomes chronic — researchers found that almost three-quarters of participants saw improvements in the quality of their sleep within …