Wednesday - Jul 17, 2019
  • Let your career take off at San Francisco International Airport (SFO)!

    Let your career take off at San Francisco International Airport (SFO)!

    A variety of career opportunities are available including airport administration, positions with airlines, security, baggage and cargo handling, driving, food service, retail, and more! Some companies are offering signing bonuses. SFO also offers robust education and internship programs, helping to pave the pathway for future employment. Contact community@flysfo.com or 650-821-5242 to learn more. Big opportunities

  • Too much estrogen linked to cancer and weight gain

    Too much estrogen linked to cancer and weight gain

    by Critical Health News Estrogen can be dangerous stuff. Sure, it’s an important hormone, responsible for the development of the fetus in the womb, the growth of connective tissue and the development of female sexual characteristics. Though it’s the most ancient of all of our hormones (it’s been around for 450 million years), it’s also

  • Adrenal fatigue and cancer: Is there a connection?

    Adrenal fatigue and cancer: Is there a connection?

    by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers The worldwide low thyroid function epidemic is getting more and more press these days. But adrenal fatigue and its connection to major disease like cancer? Not so much. Research says there is definitely a link. What are the Adrenals? The adrenals are glands that rest just above the kidneys. They are

  • 8 signs of sugar addiction… and tips to control your sweet tooth

    8 signs of sugar addiction… and tips to control your sweet tooth

    by Michelle Simmons Human are naturally wired to crave sugar because it plays an important role in survival. During ancient times, sugar was mostly available in the summertime. People during those times would indulge in it to store excess calories in the form of body fat to survive through the cold winter seasons. Today, however,

  • Government shouldn’t force Americans to vaccinate, Rand Paul argues

    Government shouldn’t force Americans to vaccinate, Rand Paul argues

    ‘I still don’t favor giving up on liberty for a false sense of security’ by Adan Salazar Rand Paul blasted government-mandated vaccinations Tuesday, arguing liberty should not be sacrificed for a false sense of security. Speaking at a Senate Health Committee meeting, Paul defended the rights of Americans to opt out of vaccinations due to

  • Essential nutrients you need to live a longer, healthier life

    Essential nutrients you need to live a longer, healthier life

    by Edsel Cook We all want to live as long and healthy as possible, but our diets are not providing enough of the right nutrients that slow down the aging process. Indeed, the unhealthy foods we eat are making us age faster. So, an American study helpfully identified 41 different “longevity vitamins” that can promote

  • Disturbing study reveals connection between brain damage and hepatitis B vaccine

    Disturbing study reveals connection between brain damage and hepatitis B vaccine

    by Vicki Batts The hepatitis B vaccine is routinely administered to newborns, often just a few short hours after birth. It’s a highly controversial practice; for many parents, the idea of vaccinating a delicate, newborn baby has been a hard pill to swallow. Now, new research confirms there is a link between the hepatitis B

  • New cultural center for site of Mexico City army barracks

    New cultural center for site of Mexico City army barracks

    ‘The biggest and most important artistic and cultural space in the world’ by the El Reportero’s news services A new cultural center touted as the biggest in the world will be established on a military site in Mexico City, President López Obrador announced on Tuesday. The president said that renowned artist Gabriel Orozco will direct