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I think it's simpler and better to just avoid the dairy industry entirely.
I thought it was just a lack of the right bacteria in the gut. There was a study done where they took a bunch of kids with peanut allergies and had them take a certain probiotic for 10 months or a year or something and it completely removed the allergy for basically all of them. Then a year later or 6 months something like that they tested them again and around 80% kept it and were still not allergic.
maybe we should just stop breast feeding from bovines instead
Smoking only about one cigarette per day carries a risk of developing coronary heart disease and stroke much greater than expected: around half that for people who smoke 20 per day. No safe level of smoking exists for cardiovascular disease. Smokers should aim to quit instead of cutting down.
Belize, home of the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere, has permanently suspended oil operations in its ocean waters: ...the first time that a developing country has taken such a major step to protect its oceans -and all the life within - from oil exploration and extraction.
According to a recent study, spanked children were five times more likely to experience delays in language development than children who weren’t. Scolded and spanked children were more likely to suffer delays in developing language and socio-adaptive skills.
Today is Hedy Lamarr's birthday (would've been 103). Became a movie star, got bored, then got into science. Helped the Allies during WWII, developing spread spectrum/frequency-hopping technology. Her work created basis of modern Wi-Fi & Bluetooth. (1940)
Playing tackle football under the age of 12 exposes children to repetitive head impacts that may double their risk of developing behavioral problems and triple their chances of suffering depression later in life
The human body is technically capable of reproduction at 12, but the brain hasn't stopped fully developing before you're 25. Mentally you're most likely to not be ready to be a father at 25, but physically, you'd be old enough to be someone's grandfather.