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  • Excessive hand washing may contribute to increased risk of melanoma and infections

    Dr Gabe Mirkin citing new research has shown that excessive handwashing can strip the skin of oils that prevent infections and also leave the tissue more vulnerable to ultraviolet rays that cause melanomas.

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  • Toxic Sunscreen

    Sunscreens found to be in bloodstream at toxic levels: much higher than government guidelines. Avobenzone, oxybenzone, octocrylene and ecamsule -just what you want in your body. And for most sunscreen is a minus not a plus. Let me explain….

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  • Cannabis And Depression

    Cannabis, marijuana, use was found to increase both depression and suicide in adulthood in those who used it as adolescents in a recent large meta-analysis. The risk translates to about 400,000 cases of depression in the US and a significant number of suicides

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  • Retirement is bad for your health

    Consider that in study after study: 1. Mortality is higher, 2. Dementia increases, and 3. Health declines in retirees compared to those who don’t. Dr. Richard W. Johnson wrote a terrific article in the April 22nd Wall Street Journal detailing this and more.

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  • Daily Marijuana Use And Highly Potent Weed Linked To Psychosis

    Weed use is taking off as more states move to legalize it. And with all the buzz over medical marijuana, it's starting to gain an aura of healthfulness. But there are some serious health risks associated with frequent use. One of the more troubling ones is the risk of having a psychotic episode.

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