The C-19 Lockdown has made the Average American Fatter!

The C-19 Lockdown has made the Average American Fatter!

A new polls revealed that the average American has put on about 5 lbs during the C-19 coronavirus lockdown. The major contributing factors include increased alcohol consumption, eating processed carbohydrates like baked goods and pasta, and lack of exercise. The survey, conducted by OnePoll for supplement company Naked Nutrition, included over 2,000 Americans who were […]

America’s 550,000+ Homeless and the Virus

America’s 550,000+ Homeless and the Virus

The Big Q: Why is no 1 addressing the explosive “virus spreading” potential simmering in the homeless, drug addicted encampments choking every Democrat-controlled city in America? Notably, the California Department of Public Health says that it does not see the homeless population as particular point of concern as of now. “Persons experiencing homelessness are not […]

Overcoming Altitude Sickness, What You Need to Know

Overcoming Altitude Sickness, What You Need to Know

It is not only intrepid trekkers who climb to Mt. Everest base camp and scale Kilimanjaro that suffer from altitude sickness. Neither is it limited to skiers that carve up on high alpine terrain. Visitors to cities like La Paz, Bolivia or  Santa Fe, New Mexico, have been known to experience this ailment. Like jet lag and […]

Opioid Crisis: a Perfect Storm of Poverty, Trauma, Availability and Pain

Opioid Crisis: a Perfect Storm of Poverty, Trauma, Availability and Pain

In a January 2020 article in The Atlantic, “researchers … say opioid addiction looks like the result of a perfect storm of poverty, trauma, availability and pain.” Commenting on some of the research cited in that article, David Powell, senior economist at Rand, told The Atlantic that to produce the most lethal drug epidemic America has […]

Deaths From Alcohol Abuse 2X

Deaths From Alcohol Abuse 2X

The number of Americans dying from alcohol abuse each year has 2X’d since Y 1999, a new study reveals. Between Ys 1999 and 2017, alcohol-related deaths jumped from nearly 36,000 a year to nearly 73,000. That is about 1-M deaths lost to alcohol over less than 20 yrs, with White women experiencing the greatest annual […]

Ax Added Sugars From Your Diet

Ax Added Sugars From Your Diet

FLASH: Finally, people are getting the message about the dangers of sugar. Fully, 70% of Americans have cut back on foods high in added sugars aka processed foods, that according to a survey by the International Food Information Council Foundation, but there is a long way to go. A Key ways to reduce your sugar […]

Bonterra Organically Farmed and Canned Wine

Bonterra Organically Farmed and Canned Wine

Bringing together two surging categories in American wine—organically farmed grapes and canned wine—Bonterra Organic Vineyards (“Bonterra”) announces the launch of California’s first nationally available organically farmed wine in cans. A celebration of farm-fresh flavors, the portfolio features wines coaxed from the earth by careful farming practices carried out on a dynamic network of estate and partner farms throughout California.

Worlds Best Flavoured Vodka

Worlds Best Flavoured Vodka

According to the 2019 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, the Dixie Black Pepper has been the most Favorited out of 2,260 spirits competing. The Dixie Black Pepper beat others like Deep Eddy, Hangar One, Smirnoff, Cîroc and Absolut. “Tasting Notes: “For incredible cocktails, look no further. Crushed black peppercorns, green bell pepper, fresh cut grass, […]

Your Liver, Your Health

Your Liver, Your Health

Fact: The human liver weighs about 3 lbs, filters all of the body’s blood daily, and when healthy is the only organ capable of regenerating; the liver performs nearly 500 functions, including regulating cholesterol levels. Our liver weighs about 3 lbs and is located on the right side of of the abdomen. Reddish brown in […]

Jay Leno: Cholesterol 911

Jay Leno: Cholesterol 911

Former NBC “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno has opened up about his battle with high cholesterol, a condition which he described as a “time bomb”. “There are a lot of people walking around like that, they’re just time bombs,” Leno said in a new video created in association with Cholesterol 911 to shed light on high […]

US Sanctions 3 Shipping Firms Over NKorea Strategic Trade

US Sanctions 3 Shipping Firms Over NKorea Strategic Trade

US Sanctions 3 Shipping Firms Over NKorea Strategic Trade Wednesday, The Trump Administration imposed additional sanctions on 3 foreign companies the US Treasury Department sayd are helping NKorea with illicit shipments of goods to fund its nuclear program. The US Treasury Department said it was taking action against the companies, which are based in China, […]

‘Sugar Crash’ the Documentary

‘Sugar Crash’ the Documentary

‘Sugar Crash’ the Documentary Sugar Crash” documents the story of 1 family, including a couple in their 40’s who are not overweight but admit to eating sugary treats on a regular basis ‘Sugar Crash’ the Documentary details the havoc that excess sugar consumption is causing for the people of Ireland, a country that ranks #4 […]

Alcohol and the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

Alcohol and the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

Alcohol and the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago revealed alcohol may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by disrupting the way amyloid beta is cleared Amyloid beta is a protein implicated in Alzheimer’s disease that can clump together in the brain, building up into groups of […]

Alcohol Is Not Good For Us, Poisoning Kills 6 People Daily

Alcohol Is Not Good For Us, Poisoning Kills 6 People Daily

Alcohol Is Not Good For Us, Poisoning Kills 6 People Daily The World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies alcohol as a Group 1 carcinogen, their highest risk category. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration data reveals, that just over 26% of people over 18 reported binge drinking in […]

Frequent Drinking Kills Brain Cells, Especially in Women

Frequent Drinking Kills Brain Cells, Especially in Women

Frequent Drinking Kills Brain Cells, Especially in Women Frequent alcohol drinking kills new cells in Key brain regions, with females being more vulnerable, a new study on mice said Thursday. Researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston discovered that alcohol killed the stem cells that are responsible for creating new nerve […]

Drugged Driving Is Now a Leading Cause of Fatal Car Crashes in the US

Drugged Driving Is Now a Leading Cause of Fatal Car Crashes in the US

Drugged Driving Is Now a Leading Cause of Fatal Car Crashes in the US According to a recent report compiled by the Governors Highway Safety Association and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, prescription and/or illegal drugs were involved in 43% of fatal car crashes in Y 2015, while 37 involved illegal amounts of alcohol. […]

Wall Street, “High Time” to Monetize Marijuana

Wall Street, “High Time” to Monetize Marijuana

Wall Street, “High Time” to Monetize Marijuana At the Investor Pitch Forum this week in Brooklyn, NY, hosted by the cannabis industry investment and research firm The Arcview Group, 200 investors described as HNW (high net worth) met with dozens of companies looking to come into the new market of legal recreational marijuana. Cultivating Spirits, […]

Alcohol and Many Rx Drugs Do Not Mix

Alcohol and Many Rx Drugs Do Not Mix

Alcohol and Many Rx Drugs Do Not Mix “I’m often asked whether it’s safe to mix alcohol with Rx (prescription) drugs and my answer is that you have to use common sense,” says Dr. Gregory Smith, said a noted pain management specialist. “No one should ever drink large amounts of alcohol when taking prescription medications […]

Some of America’s Great Leaders Suffered with Mental Health Problems

Some of America’s Great Leaders Suffered with Mental Health Problems

Some of America’s Great Leaders Suffered with Mental Health Problems Some of America’s greatest leaders in history have had mental health problems and it may have helped in times of crisis, psychiatrists and psychologists said. Presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy, along with Civil War generals Ulysses S. Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman and […]

A Healthy Lifestyle Can Prevent Many Cancer Cases

A Healthy Lifestyle Can Prevent Many Cancer Cases

A Healthy Lifestyle Can Prevent Many Cancer Cases A new large-scale US study has found that many cancer cases and deaths in individuals could be prevented by following a healthy lifestyle. The team of researchers, from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, looked at data from […]