Jun 30 18:21

AT&T Fires Up Sweat-Inducing 5G in “Sin City” With Plans for 20 More Despite Anticipating More Lawsuits

By B.N. Frank

Last February, telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they could NOT provide any studies that prove that 5G technology is safe. Unfortunately, plenty of research already proves it isn’t.

Not only that – cybersecurity experts, environmentalists, meteorologists, NASA, NOAA, the U.S. Navy, and utility companies have ALL warned that installing 5G everywhere could lead to widespread catastrophic events.

Regardless, AT&T is introducing 5G in more U.S. cities despite this as well as growing 5G opposition and that Americans ARE NOT signing up for it where it’s already been installed.

Jun 30 11:45

Another PG&E Powerline Wildfire and Why Anyone with Smart Meters From Any Company Should Be Concerned

By B.N. Frank

California utility company, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) declared bankruptcy earlier this year and much of this had to do with downed power lines causing massive and deadly wildfires. Last Tuesday, another fallen PG&E powerline sparked a new wildfire that burned over 2500 acres in Monterey County.

So what do powerline fires have to do with their Smart Meters or any other utility company’s Smart Meters?...

Jun 30 11:15

Another Bill to Multiply Small Cell Towers — S. 3157: Streamline Small Cell Deployment Act

By B.N. Frank

On June 3rd, the Streamline Small Cell Deployment Act S. 3157 was introduced by Sen. John Thune (R-SD) and Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hi) to make it easier for the Telecom Industry to quickly install countless 4G and 5G small cell towers and infrastructure throughout American suburbs and rural areas.

This includes in front of homes, schools, everywhere. Research has already determined that this is NOT biologically or environmentally safe...

Jun 29 17:55

GOOGLE: “Organic is a Lie, Supplements are Dangerous, Chiropractic is Fake,” and Other Thoughts They Want You To Think

By Sayer Ji, GreenMedInfo

Recently, a shocking discovery was made: Google is autocompleting the search fields of billions of users with false information (topics ranging from natural health to candidates for election), based not on objective search volume data, but an extremely biased political and socio-economic agenda — one that is jeopardizing the health and human rights of everyone on the planet...

Jun 29 10:44

Legal Cannabis Delivery Service in California Becomes First to Accept Bitcoin

Caught Bitcoin fever and now have crypto burning a hole in your virtual wallet? Celebrate the cryptocurrency’s meteoric resurrection by using it to purchase your favorite strain of marijuana or magic brownie.

SpeedWeed, California’s only fully legal cannabis delivery platform, today announced that customers can now use Bitcoin to purchase legal marijuana products from licensed dispensaries and have them delivered directly to their door...

Jun 29 08:23

Risks to Children from Water Fluoridation—One Dose Does Not Fit All

By Amanda Just, MS, and David Kennedy, DDS, from CHD’s Partner: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT)

Fluoridation is the addition of an industrial compound to the public drinking water for the purpose of altering the consumer’s oral health. Municipalities that add fluoride to their water supplies do so based on a “one dose fits all” approach. This blanket approach fails to address the smaller size of infants and children and the larger proportions of water and other fluoridated beverages they drink.

Significantly, a formula-fed infant drinks its weight in water every three to four days, resulting in the most vulnerable members of the population consuming by far the largest dose of fluoride...

Jun 29 08:13

Politicians Promise to Cure Cancer, but They Can Only Prevent a Cure

By Barry Brownstein

Few of us have not experienced a family member or friend dying from cancer. Politicians love to make promises they can’t keep, so why not promise a cure for cancer? In early campaigning, Trump and Biden are trying to outdo each other in promising a cure. Even a libertarian might be forgiven for thinking, If the government is going to spend my money, at least cancer research is a good use. However...

Jun 29 00:55

Watch: We have liftoff! Rocket Lab's 'Make it Rain' launch

Rocket Lab's "Make it Rain" launch has successfully liftoff, with its Electron now orbital.

The mission is the company's seventh Electron launch and third for 2019.

The "Make it Rain" mission (named for a client in rainsoaked Seattle, with a nod to NZ weather) will carry satellites for US Earth-imaging company Blacksky, the Melbourne School of Engineering-backed Melbourne Space Program (whose students have created an experimental cubesat) and two "Prometheus" birds for US military's Special Operations Command (Socom).

Socom - best known for the "Blackhawk Down" incident in Somalia - coordinates between Special Operations units in different branches of the US military.

Rocket Lab has not been keen to talk about the Socom satellites, which have been left off promotional material on its website.

Jun 28 16:48

5G Technician Reveals The Damage He Believes 5G Will Cause

By Arjun Walia

The rollout of 5G is another great example of how our federal health regulatory agencies have been completely compromised by big powerful corporations. You would think with more than 10,000 peer-reviewed studies showing clear danger with regards to electromagnetic radiation overdose, something our planet is experiencing, that these technologies would be required to go through some safety testing...

Jun 28 12:15

New Study Finds Poor Sleep Reduces Weight Loss

This is one of the conclusions of the Predimed-Plus study, Prevention with the Mediterranean Diet, which has been published in the June issue of the International Journal of Obesity. It is the first study to examine whether the quality of sleep is related to weight loss and a reduction in adipose tissue...

Jun 28 12:00

American Farmers Are The Casualties Of The Trade War

By Mac Slavo

The United States’ agricultural secretary said that American farmers are the casualties in the trade war with China. “You can’t pay the bills with patriotism,” Sonny Perdue said of the struggles facing farmers stuck in the crossfire of tariffs.

Farmers are struggling with flooding and concerning weather conditions this year which are magnifying their financial problems...

Jun 28 07:54

AT&T Battling Class Action Lawsuits From Investors As Well As Sprint. More Predicted by AT&T.

By B.N. Frank

AT&T is one of many telecoms who have been warning their investors – but not the public – that they may eventually be held liable for harm caused by their products and transmitting infrastructure (i.e. cell towers)...

Jun 27 19:34

Students Build Vacuum That Sucks Up Microplastics From Sand on the Beach

By Elias Marat

With the world’s oceans awash in plastic, beaches and islands across the globe are waging an uphill battle in the struggle to manage the plastic debris washing ashore—especially the millions of tiny microplastics that are nearly impossible to sift from the sand.

In Hawaii, however, authorities hope that a new project developed by a group of mechanical engineering students from Canada will be able to clear the tiny debris from state beaches without impacting sand on the beach...

Jun 27 12:10

Historic Midwest flooding to increase Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ to size of Massachusetts

Scientists predict the "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico will be unusually large this year, in part due to the historic flooding in the Midwest hundreds of miles away.

A dead zone, or hypoxic zone, is an area in water where oxygen concentration is so low that animal life suffocates and dies. The Gulf of Mexico hosts a consistently large one; in 2017, it reached its largest recorded mass at 8,776 square miles, or roughly the size of New Jersey. This year’s zone is predicted to take up approximately 7,829 square miles, which is about the size of Massachusetts.

This year’s large zone is caused by nutrient pollution, the result of intense flooding in the American Midwest, where the Mississippi River’s watershed saw abnormally high amounts of flooding that created record high river flows.

Jun 27 12:09

‘Mystical’ Psychedelic Compound Found in Normal Brains

A study in rats has revealed the presence of naturally occurring DMT, an increasingly popular hallucinogen

In the past few years, thrill-seekers from Hollywood, Silicon Valley and beyond have been travelling to South America to take part in so-called Ayahuasca retreats. Their goal: to partake in a brewed concoction made from a vine plant Banisteriopsis caapi, traditionally used by indigenous people for sacred religious ceremonies. Drinkers of Ayahuasca experience short-term hallucinogenic episodes many describe as life-changing...

Jun 27 12:07

Measles spike raises fears that virus has evolved and vaccine is not providing immunity

A spike in measles cases has sparked new fears among medical experts that the measles vaccine may no longer be working.

A joint investigation from the Victorian Health Department and several Melbourne hospitals has found 13 Victorians contracted the disease in recent years despite already being vaccinated.

Jun 27 12:05

Country Kids Have Better Motor Skills Than City Kids

In a recent study with 3 to 7-year-old children provided an example of how children’s daily living environment and motor skills are closely related in the Finnish context. The main finding revealed that residential density is related to children’s motor skills, engagement in outdoor play and organised sports...

Jun 27 12:00

Low-Carb ‘Keto’ Diet May Improve Brain Function and Memory in Older Adults

Diet that restricts glucose may help brain function

In a pilot study of 14 older adults with mild cognitive problems suggestive of early Alzheimer’s disease, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers report that a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet may improve brain function and memory...

Jun 27 11:50

The Top 10 Reasons to Never Take a Vaccine

Whether you want to protect yourself against hidden carcinogenic ingredients, disallow toxic adjuvants into your body, defend your immune system against a chemical onslaught or refuse to be part of any sinister schemes of sterilization-depopulation agenda, this information is vitally important. More and more, we are learning the truth about vaccines, what they are really composed of and what they really do to the human body – and the more we learn about them, the more we see just how dangerous and harmful they are. Whatever they may have been or could be, as it stands, they are a weapon of medical destruction that makes billions of dollars for the Rockefeller Medicine Big Pharma cartel. Here is my list of the top 10 reasons for an ordinary person to never take a vaccine, unless they were in a life-threatening situation where somehow the benefit outweighed the risk.

Jun 27 11:49

Alcohol Less Harmful For People Over 50?

Medical News Today – A recent study examines the health impact of consuming alcohol at different ages. The authors conclude that, for people over the age of 50, the health risks may be less severe.

If alcohol does have protective effects, they are not distributed evenly across all ages.

Heavy drinking is linked to a range of serious health consequences.

These include certain cancers, liver and heart disease, and damage to the nervous system, including the brain.

However, as has been exhaustively covered in the popular press, drinking in moderation might have certain health benefits.

Jun 27 11:34

Goat Milk Formula Could Benefit Infant Gut Health: Study

The laboratory study by RMIT, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, analysed two types of commercial goat milk formula.

The research looked at oligosaccharides, a type of prebiotic that can boost the growth of beneficial bacteria and protect against harmful bacteria in the gut...

Jun 27 11:22


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  • Jun 27 10:14

    Scientists remove uranium from living tissue using new method

    Researchers from Soochow University in China have developed a so-called ‘molecular claw’ or a molecule which can be used to remove uranium and other heavy metal atoms from animal tissue, in this instance mice.

    The ominous-sounding ‘claw’ is actually hydroxypyridinone, a molecule used in a type of therapy known as chelation, in which specific molecules are used to remove heavy metals like mercury or, in this case, uranium from the bloodstream.

    This particular chelating agent removed roughly 80 percent of the residual uranium in the kidneys of exposed mice, while 50 percent of the residual radioactive material was extracted from the animals’ bones, with minor adverse effects.

    It may prove to be the best-case scenario for treating uranium exposure in humans, though clinic trials have yet to be completed.

    Jun 27 09:44

    Uber Plans To Launch Flying Taxis In 2023

    By Mayukh Saha

    While air travel has been a part of our lives for quite some time, the great costs associated with it make it not so affordable for the common public. Auto-pilot has been a part of our passenger planes, but even then they are not very reliable. A pilot always has to be present.

    The company who revolutionized cab services throughout the world has been working on automatic aerial pods for ride-share and has announced that aerial rides will soon turn from science fiction to reality in the coming years...

    Jun 27 09:25

    Learning to play an instrument in school increases achievement in maths, science and English as it teaches ‘transferable skills’

    Overall, students who mastered instruments were around one year ahead on their non-musical peers.

    Jun 27 09:19

    Popeye was right! Experts call for athletes to be banned from taking a chemical found in SPINACH because it has a 'steroid effect'

    Researchers at the Free University of Berlin have found that ecdysterone – a hormone found in spinach – is so powerful that they want it considered a performance-enhancing drug.

    The research team found a significant spike in performance among those who took the supplement in large quantities. The team, whose study was funded by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), gave athletes capsules of ecdysterone during a ten-week strength training session.

    They saw an increase in strength three times higher than a group given ‘placebo’ capsules.

    Jun 27 09:16

    Humans may be ALLERGIC to lunar dust: Last man to visit the Moon reveals his NOSE swelled after the last Apollo mission

    An Apollo astronaut who landed on the moon in 1972 has revealed humans may be allergic to the dust on the lunar surface after it caused his nose to swell.

    Harrison 'Jack' Schmitt, 83, trained as a geologist before travelling to our satellite on Apollo 17 and spent hours collecting and studying the fine particles of the surface.

    He told a congregation at the Starmus space festival in Zurich that when he removed his protective gear and dealt with the dust directly he suffered an instant reaction.

    Mr Schmitt claims future missions will have to protect humans from the corrosive dust if we are to colonise the moon.

    Jun 27 09:15

    Flashback - Moon Dust Is Super Toxic to Human Cells

    A recent study published in the April issue of the journal GeoHealth examined exactly how dangerous that dust can be on a cellular level — and the results are as ominous as the dark side of the moon. In several lab tests, a single scoop of replica moon dust proved toxic enough to kill up to 90 percent of the lung and brain cells exposed to it.

    Jun 26 20:01

    Chevron Corruption: Fed Judge Kaplan Seeks Destruction of Amazonian Lawyer, Steven Donziger

    Judge Lewis A. Kaplan has ordered that lawyer and activist Steven Donziger, who was fighting for Amazonian villagers, can be fined an egregious amount of $200,000 per day and to seize his passport for each day that he fails to turn over attorney-client privileged information...

    Jun 26 17:49

    PG&E to Pay $1B for CA Wildfires. But What About Lawsuits for Smart Meter Fires? Is There A Link?

    By B.N. Frank

    If you hadn’t heard, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) has finally agreed to pay $1B in damages for starting several California wildfires.

    But will we ever know for sure whether or not PG&E Utility Smart Meter fires and explosions played any role in those wildfires?...

    Jun 26 17:18

    Study: Students Who Play Instruments, Take Music Classes Have Better Grades Than Peers

    By John Anderer

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia — High school music courses frequently fall victim to budget cuts due to the general belief that other subjects, such as math or history, are more important to students’ education. However, a new study performed at the University of British Columbia finds that high schoolers enrolled in at least one musical course score significantly higher than their non-musical peers on English, math, and science exams...

    Jun 26 17:02

    A Look at Finland’s Extensive Disaster Preparedness Plans

    By Daisy Luther

    During World War II, the city of Helsinki, Finland was bombed relentlessly, leaving the tiny country with a death toll of more than 90,000 people. It is due to these devastating losses that the Nordic nation has one of the most comprehensive preparedness cultures on the planet...

    Jun 26 14:50

    [video] Israel's most educated are moving abroad.

    Israel's most educated citizens, and those with the most crucial skills, are moving abroad. This phenomena is known as a brain drain. It means the emigration of highly trained or qualified people from a particular place. For Israel this means it will be too late if this brain drain continues.

    Jun 26 13:28

    Organic Farming Improves Performance of Honeybee Colonies

    Bees are valuable to humans not only because they produce honey, but also because they pollinate wildflowers and food crops. They exclusively eat nectar and pollen. So in areas where intensive agriculture is practised, they suffer from the thin supply of flowers in May and June, when cultivated oilseed rape (colza) and sunflower are not in bloom...

    Jun 26 12:12

    Songbirds Killed by Pesticides After California City Sprayed Trees

    Researchers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Wildlife Investigations Laboratory present their results from a toxicological investigation into a mortality event involving songbirds in a new publication in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.

    On 17 March 2017, residents in Modesto, California, reported dead birds along the street and in front yards in a section of the town. The day prior to the incident, the city had made a drench application of imidacloprid, a pesticide synthetically derived from nicotine, to the base of trees that lined the street. The pesticide was reportedly mixed and applied according to package directions...

    Jun 26 12:02

    8 Scientific Reasons Free Play is Vital for Your Kids

    By Neve Spicer

    Child-led free play is unstructured time where children set the rules and call the shots. It’s a moment for them to navigate social interaction and explore the world on their own terms and at their own pace. It’s nothing new. In fact, for most parents, their childhood days were filled with it. Unstructured, self-led play was the cultural norm.

    Not any more...

    Jun 26 11:53

    Scott Adams: All the News, With Coffee

    Comments at:

    Congress is incompetent and despicable…dead father and child
    Reviewing Jared Kushner’s TOP SHELF persuasion techniques
    Democrat debates tonight, I’ll be live tweeting it
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    Is it time to regulate social media platforms?
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    Brian Stelter confused why he can’t find credible pushback sources
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    Erik Finman’s prediction that Bitcoin will jump up…and then it did
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    Jun 26 11:41

    Binge Watching TV Increases Heart Health Risks More Than a Desk Job, Study Finds

    Sitting for long periods of time has been linked to increased risk of cardiovascular disease and early death, but a new study suggests that not all types of sitting are equally unhealthy.

    The study, led by researchers at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, found that leisure-time sitting (while watching TV)–but not sitting at work–was associated with a greater risk of heart disease and death among the study’s more than 3,500 participants...

    Jun 26 11:38

    Air Pollution Found to Affect Female Fertility in Real-Life Study

    Decline detected in ovarian reserve related to particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide in atmosphere

    Ovarian reserve, a term widely adopted to reflect the number of resting follicles in the ovary and thus a marker of potential female fertility, has been found in a large-scale study to be adversely affected by high levels of air pollution...

    Jun 26 08:44

    Time To Counterpunch Erroneous Pro-Vaccine Hype & Abuse

    By Catherine J. Frompovich

    If ever there were statistics to play “hard ball” with regarding vaccines and vaccinations, boy have I found a grouping, which I will counterpunch using CDC/FDA reported science papers, not “vaccine voodoo, consensus science.”...

    Jun 26 08:27

    Trump Just Made It a Lot Easier for GMOs to Enter the Food Supply

    By Derrick Broze

    On June 11, President Donald Trump quietly issued an executive order to “streamline” GMO regulations in the United States. The order, titled Modernizing the Regulatory Framework for Agricultural Biotechnology Products, is the latest move by the Trump administration aimed at promoting the use of genetically engineered or modified crops.

    In his executive order, Trump called on federal agencies to fix what he called a “regulatory maze” related to the farming and selling of GMO products...

    Jun 26 08:24

    New Flyer and Website All About The Bees Being Harmed by 5G

    By B.N. Frank

    In February, telecom industry representatives gave congressional testimony that they have no scientific evidence that 5G is safe. Many studies say it’s not. Regardless, 5G is being installed everywhere despite worldwide opposition and warnings from doctors, scientists, environmentalists and many other credible sources...

    Jun 25 16:02

    Illinois Just Became The 11th US State To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

    By John Vibes

    This week, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker signed a bill that will legalize marijuana for recreational use throughout the state. Illinois will now be the 11th state in the US to legalize the substance for recreational use. The bill will allow residents of the state to purchase and possess up to one ounce of cannabis at a time. Non-residents will be limited to just 15 grams...

    Jun 25 15:02


    Seasonal spikes of atrazine, a weed killer that disrupts hormones and harms the developing fetus, contaminate the drinking water of millions of Americans at potentially hazardous levels as run-off from corn-growing areas finds its way into source waters and reservoirs.

    These are among the findings of the most up-to-date analysis of national data on the pervasive contamination of drinking water with atrazine, the second-most widely used weed killer in America. EWG’s Tap Water Database, which aggregates water testing data from utilities nationwide, shows that nearly 30 million Americans in 28 states have some level of atrazine in their tap water. Environmental Protection Agency data for 2017 show late-spring and early-summer spikes of atrazine in drinking water commonly are three to seven times higher than the federal legal limit, but these exceedances are not reported to people in the affected communities.

    Jun 25 15:00


    Endocrine Disruption: The science on atrazine's effects on the hormone system continues to grow. It alters the levels of key hormones in rats and can delay puberty. In male frogs, exposure to atrazine causes a kind of "chemical castration," causing them to develop female sex characteristics. Researchers hypothesize that atrazine singnals the conversion of testosterone to estrogen, demasculinizing the frogs.

    Reproductive Effects: Because atrazine disrupts hormones, it's not surprising that epidemiological studies find associations between exposure to the herbicide and reproductive effects including increased risk of miscarriage, reduced male fertility, low birth weight, increased chance of any birth defect, and higher incidence of abdominal defects;

    Jun 25 11:24

    Scott Adams: Thorium Reactors Saving the World, Border Funding

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    Iran spokesman says “White House is afflicted by mental retardation”
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    In the long-run, algorithms WILL evolve to contain political bias
    The problem with Bernie’s“free education” plan
    Elizabeth Warren’s “gay reparations” plan based on prior tax policies

    Jun 25 10:23

    Duel 5G Antennas On Property Roof In Pennsylvania: Do You Want Them On Your House?

    By Catherine J. Frompovich

    How would YOU like to have apparent 5G antennas similar to the parallel arrays on the roof of this house in Downington, Pennsylvania? That may become an extremely scary reality IF and WHEN mass 5G rollouts spread across towns, boroughs, cities, counties and states across the USA...

    Jun 25 09:15

    New health alert over antidepressants as study finds a 'rare but serious' risk of suicide for patients on pills

    Taking antidepressants raises the risk of suicide, a study suggests.

    Experts last night warned that patients should be told of the dangers before they start taking the pills.

    The research found depressed people on the drugs were more than twice as likely to attempt suicide as similar patients who were not taking them.

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    Jun 25 09:08

    SpaceX's Latest Launch Ends With Fiery Crash

    The company’s third Falcon Heavy rocket launch was deemed its "most difficult launch ever," given the multitude of satellites, deployments and 'moving parts' involved. Everything was going well, with full deployment of its payload and the safe landing of both side booster rockets. But then the mission hit an expensive snag.

    Jun 25 06:42

    A Regular Diet Of Fish Can Stop Asthma From Developing, Study Finds

    By Ben Renner

    TOWNSVILLE, Australia — Asthma is an incredibly prevalent disease that hampers the breathing ability of millions all over the world. Ironically, new research out of Australia indicates that the answer to better breathing may be found under the sea...

    Jun 24 17:43

    Your Kitchen Sponge May Hold Answer To Beating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, Study Finds

    By John Anderer

    NEW YORK — Antibiotic-resistant bacteria is appearing more and more all over the world. This isn’t a trend to be taken lightly; the World Health Organization classifies antibiotic-resistant bacteria as one of the top threats to global health today. Now, a new study finds that the answer to this problem can be found inside that dirty kitchen sponge you forgot to throw out last week.

    Students from the New York Institute of Technology have discovered two viruses that combat harmful antibiotic-resistant bacteria, called bacteriophages, living right under their own noses in their kitchen sponges...

    Jun 24 17:28

    How Stress Affects Your Adrenal Health and What to do About it

    Hilde Larsen, Upliftconnect
    Waking Times

    One thing I learned the very hard way during my long and diligent path from chronic illness back to health, is that the body feels like crap when the adrenal glands are not happy and strong. To me, this is the missing link in any discussion about health. That we will detoxify and heal through eating clean and whole foods is obvious; that we might be hurting ourselves even more deeply by not addressing the stress factors in our lives… not so much...

    Jun 24 13:35

    Robots may care for you in old age – and your children will teach them

    By Patricia Shaw, Aberystwyth University

    NB Editor’s Note: We are by no means endorsing this type of future. Nevertheless, we have to be aware of what scientists are working on so that we can reject or oppose what they are offering if we disagree.

    It’s likely that before too long, robots will be in the home to care for older people and help them live independently. To do that, they’ll need to learn how to do all the little jobs that we might be able to do without thinking. Many modern AI systems are trained to perform specific tasks...

    Jun 24 13:15

    Dozens of “Extinct” Creatures Found Alive in “Lost City” Deep Within Rainforest

    By Elias Marat

    A specialized team of conservation scientists has found what appears to be a hidden oasis deep in the rainforest of Honduras that’s teeming with dozens of rare and endangered creatures.

    The remote settlement, known as the “Lost City of the Monkey God” or “White City” and located in the Mosquitia rainforest, is a stunning example of the biodiversity that was once common across the tropics and rainforests in the region...

    Jun 24 12:57

    Could Coffee Be the Secret to Fighting Obesity?

    Scientists from the University of Nottingham have discovered that drinking a cup of coffee can stimulate ‘brown fat’, the body’s own fat-fighting defenses, which could be the key to tackling obesity and diabetes.

    The pioneering study, published today in the journal Scientific Reports, is one of the first to be carried out in humans to find components which could have a direct effect on ‘brown fat’ functions, an important part of the human body which plays a key role in how quickly we can burn calories as energy...