Human Sperm Counts Plummeting

(Natural News) A rigorous new study conducted at the The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and published in the science journal Human Reproduction Update finds that human sperm production has declined 59.3% from 1973 to 2011, trending toward a collapse of human population.

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Fluoride Linked to Lower IQ

In the eye-opening new peer-reviewed study, published on September 19, 2017, in the Journal of Environmental Health Perspectives, researchers found strong evidence of a link between fluoride and lower cognitive function in children.

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Prenatal exposure to fluoride also lowers IQ:

Researchers tracked data on nearly 300 mothers and their children in Mexico, testing the kids’ cognitive development twice in 12 years.

They found children were not affected by drinking flouride themselves, but tended to have low IQ scores on tests if their mothers flouride in their urine before childbirth.

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Hyperemesis Gravidarum Can Be Deadly

The rare pregnancy condition which the Duchess of Cambridge suffers from can be deadly, experts warn.

Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), which strikes just one per cent of pregnancies, is a complication that causes excessive nausea and vomiting.

Unlike regular morning sickness, it doesn’t fade away with time and can leave some women bedbound as they are unable to keep food or drink down.

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Breastfeeding Helps Kids Like Vegetables

Researchers discovered babies whose mothers have lots of veg in their diet while they are breastfeeding are much less likely to turn their noses up at them as they get older.

They believe newborns exposed to the subtle flavour of vegetables through their mother’s milk get used to the presence of them in their diet.

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Breastfeeding Reduces Risk of Endometriosis

Breastfeeding reduces the risk of endometriosis by up to 40 percent, new research reveals.

Naturally feeding for a total of three or more years across a women’s life reduces her risk of developing the painful gynecological disorder by nearly 40 percent, a study found.

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Antibacterial Soap and Obesity

Children could become fat if their mother used antibacterial soap during pregnancy, a new study warns…

The chemical, called triclocarban (TCC), is passed through both the placenta and through breastfeeding, trials suggest.

Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California, said everyday exposure could also lead to ‘irreversible’ damage in vital organs.

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Breastfeeding Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

Breastfeeding reduces a woman’s risk of breast cancer, a new report reveals.

For every five months a woman breastfeeds, her risk of developing breast cancer is lowered by two percent, a study review found.

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