Largest COVID-19 Vaccine Study Finds Link to Serious Side Effects

The largest vaccine study to date has found a slight increase in rare heart, brain, and blood disorders linked to COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca. The study was conducted by researchers from the Global Vaccine Data Network (GVDN) who analyzed data from 99 million vaccinated individuals across eight countries, monitoring for 13 specific medical conditions. The study, published in the Vaccine journal, found that the vaccines were associated with a minor increase in …

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80% of Americans Test Positive for Harmful Chemical Found in Popular Foods, Linked to Serious Health Risks

A recent study published in the Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has revealed that approximately 80% of Americans have been exposed to a harmful chemical known as chlormequat. This chemical is commonly found in oat-based foods, including popular brands like Cheerios and Quaker Oats. Chlormequat, a highly toxic agricultural chemical, is legally permitted for use on oats and other grains imported into the United States. Chlormequat is …

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Costco, Walmart Face Recalls Amid Listeria Outbreak

A nationwide recall of dairy products linked to a lethal listeria outbreak has been broadened to encompass items sold at major retailers such as Costco and Walmart. The recall includes a variety of food products, including snack wraps, taco kits, and salad kits, sold across the United States. These products contain dairy ingredients produced by Rizo-López Foods, Inc. Health authorities have found evidence connecting the company’s dairy products to a deadly listeria monocytogenes outbreak that …

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Alaska Reports First Fatal Case of Newly Identified Alaskapox Virus

Alaska’s health authorities have reported the state’s first death due to Alaskapox, a recently identified viral disease. The victim, an elderly man with a compromised immune system from the Kenai Peninsula, south of Anchorage, passed away in late January while receiving treatment. According to the Alaska Department of Public Health, this case is one of only seven reported Alaskapox infections. State epidemiologist Julia Rogers emphasized that while the public should not be overly alarmed, they …

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Passenger Dies Mid-Flight, Bleeding Profusely

A 63-year-old German man tragically lost his life on a Lufthansa flight from Thailand to Germany last Thursday, leaving fellow passengers in shock as he bled profusely from his mouth and nose. The man, whose identity remains undisclosed, boarded the Airbus A380 in Bangkok shortly before midnight, appearing visibly unwell with symptoms such as rapid breathing and cold sweats, as reported by Karin Missfelder, a nursing specialist at University Hospital in Zurich, who was also …

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Nose-Picking Habit May Increase Alzheimer’s Risk, Study Suggests

A comprehensive analysis of numerous studies on the origins of neurological diseases has found compelling evidence that frequent nose-picking may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. This report, authored by researchers from Western Sydney University, was published in the Biomolecules journal late last year. The researchers suggested that neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s disease could be partially triggered by viral, bacterial, and fungal pathogens that enter the brain through the nose and olfactory system. Chronic nose-picking, or …

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Woman Nearly Killed Twice by Tanning Beds

Fionnghuala Maguire, a 35-year-old woman from West Belfast, has shared her harrowing experience with skin cancer, which she attributes to her long-term use of tanning beds. Maguire confessed to using tanning beds for over 15 years, sometimes as frequently as every day of the week, in her pursuit of a perfect tan. Despite her mother’s warnings, who herself had been diagnosed with skin cancer and had several tumors removed, Maguire continued her tanning habit. She …

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Veteran Survives Self-Inflicted Gunshot, Shares Story to Encourage Mental Health Awareness

Joshua Duncan, a 26-year-old former soldier from Arizona, survived a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the face, an act he described as a “split-second decision” that he instantly regretted. Duncan, who was discharged from the US Army after two years due to a series of minor infractions, fell into a deep depression but never contemplated suicide. In November 2022, Duncan impulsively grabbed a firearm from under his bed and shot himself. He described the immediate aftermath …

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Instagram Influencer Michelle Young Found Dead

A U.S. Army soldier, known for her popular fitness and fashion Instagram account, tragically ended her own life, according to close friends who shared the news on Saturday. Staff Sergeant Michelle Young, 34, was a single mother to a 12-year-old daughter, who friends say was the center of her universe. The news of her passing was shared on a GoFundMe page set up to support her daughter. Sarah Maine, a close friend of Young, described …

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Champion Bodybuilder Chad McCrary Passes Away at 49

The bodybuilding community is mourning the loss of Chad McCrary, a renowned champion in the sport, who passed away earlier this month at the age of 49. The news was shared by his brother, Lance McCrary, who relayed a heartfelt message from Jim McMahon, the CEO of sports fitness brand Mutant, which sponsored McCrary. McMahon expressed his shock and sorrow over McCrary’s passing in a video message. He highlighted the significant impact McCrary had on …

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