After 68% of Patients Were Cured of PTSD in Phase-2 Trials Clinics May Soon Offer MDMA Therapy

After 68% of Patients Were Cured of PTSD in Phase-2 Trials Clinics May Soon Offer MDMA Therapy

As MDMA is now being recognized as a groundbreaking cure for emotional trauma, a new clinic in Pennsylvania could become one of the first legally-sanctioned facilities for using the psychoactive drug on treatment-resistant PTSD in the United States.

Fake a Smile at Work, Drink Too Much Later?

Fake a Smile at Work, Drink Too Much Later?

The study, which was conducted at Pennsylvania State University in University Park, found that employees who force themselves to smile or conceal their feelings of irritation towards customers may be more likely to drink to excess when their work is done for the day.1 These results are based on information collected in the National Survey of Work Stress and Health, which was answered by working men and women across the United States.

Springtime Allergies on the Rise

Springtime Allergies on the Rise

The study, which was conducted at the University of Maryland in College Park, found that the prevalence of seasonal allergies appears to be on the rise.1 These results are based on an extensive analysis of springtime start dates around the United States.

Dangers of Walking Your Dog

Dangers of Walking Your Dog

The study, which took place at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, found that walking a dog on a leash may increase the risk of bone fractures in older people.1 These results are based on an analysis of data collected by the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System of the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Air Pollution and Alzheimer’s Disease

Air Pollution and Alzheimer’s Disease

The study, which was conducted by a team of scientists from several institutions in the United States and Mexico, found that certain biomarkers commonly associated with Alzheimer’s disease were present in children, teenagers, and young adults living in an area with heavily polluted air.1 These results are based on an investigation focused on Metropolitan Mexico City, a region known to have air pollution problems significant enough for government officials to issue warnings recommending inhabitants remain indoors.

Consumer Alert: CDC Warns "Do Not Eat Romaine Lettuce" Amid E. Coli Outbreak | Live in the Now

Consumer Alert: CDC Warns "Do Not Eat Romaine Lettuce" Amid E. Coli Outbreak | Live in the Now

coli strain also has the “same DNA fingerprint” as an outbreak last year in the United States and in Canada, which killed five people and sickened 210 in 36 states.The CDC says,”This investigation is ongoing and the advice will be updated as more information is available.”U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner (FDA) Scott Gottlieb stated, “This isn’t the first romaine outbreak we have seen in the recent past, and we will continue to take steps to identify the root causes of these events and take action to prevent future outbreaks.”This warning comes only two days before Thanksgiving.

Sceletium tortuosum is magic ingredient in Zembrin and Elev8

Sceletium tortuosum is magic ingredient in Zembrin and Elev8

HG&H Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd, the research-based company that developed Zembrin®, is actively looking for a large pharmaceutical company to partner with for the development of higher dose products for registration as botanical medicines for the treatment of mental health diseases.This development has taken place just as the United States Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved its first-ever orally ingested botanical medicine, known as Crofelemer.

Cell Phones and Cancer—Yes, Again

Cell Phones and Cancer—Yes, Again

The study, which was conducted by the National Toxicology Program of the United States National Institute of Environmental Health Services, found that exposure to high levels of radiation emitted from cell phones may be linked to an increased risk of cancer.1 These results are based on laboratory experiments that involved exposing rats and mice to full-body radio frequency radiation just like the 2G and 3G emissions that used to be produced by cell phones on those networks.

Showered in Bacteria

Showered in Bacteria

The study, which took place at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder, found that home showerheads can be a huge source of bacteria that is then sprayed upon people every time they step into the shower to, ironically enough, get clean.1 These results are based on an examination of samples of water collected from showerheads in 656 homes throughout the United States and Europe.