The Toxic Truth About Tattoos

Last updated: 2023-03-04 06:14


Deborah Mitchell reports on the dangerous toxicity absorbed into the bloodstream of individuals obtaining tattoos. That can heighten the risk of developing significant damage to their health such as the immune system and cancer:

“Tattoo inks may be made from titanium dioxide, lead, chromium, nickel, iron oxides, ash, carbon black, and other ingredients. Some of the pigments are industrial grade and used as automobile paint.. Among the most popular pigments are those made from acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), a type of heat-resistant plastic that is used to make luggage, pipe fittings, appliance parts, and, when ground down, tattoo inks."

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Prolonged Talking Increases Risk of Wuhan Virus

British researchers at the University of Cambridge and Imperial College, this week published their study demonstrating that people talking for a lengthy duration have a higher probability of developing the Wuhan virus than a quick cough, Rachael Rettner writes:

“When we speak, we generate small droplets that can hang in the air, spread and accumulate in an area without adequate ventilation. On the other hand, a cough produces more large droplets, which quickly fall to the floor and settle on surfaces.”

Continuation   ▸   Prolonged Talking Increases Risk of Wuhan Virus   Rachael Rettner Live Science



Promising Step to Treat Blindness With Cell Transplant

American researchers of a recent New York study conducted at Icahn School of Medicine, have successfully transplanted human retinal stem cells into the eyes of non-human primates. Researchers hope this promising result will eventually restore eye sight to humans who are visually impaired, Newsmax Health reports:

"The results of this study suggest human adult donor RPE is safe to transplant, strengthening the argument for human clinical trials for treating retina disease," said co-lead investigator Timothy Blenkinsop.“

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Magnesium : Natural Treatment For Heart Disease

Dr Carolyn Dean competently explains how pharmaceutical medication such as statins can adversely effect heart disease patients and why magnesium intake is a safer, effective natural treatment:

"Magnesium acts by the same mechanisms as statin drugs to lower cholesterol. Every metabolic activity in the body depends on enzymes. Making cholesterol, for example, requires a specific enzyme called HMG-CoA reductase. Magnesium slows down this enzymatic reaction when it is present in sufficient quantities... to control cholesterol when it reaches a certain level, whereas statin drugs are used to destroy the whole process.”

Continuation   ▸   Magnesium : Natural Treatment For Heart Disease   Carolyn Dean Dr Carolyn Dean


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