Evidence continues to grow that artificial sweeteners are dangerous for your health. On the heels of research linking artificial sweeteners to cancer1 comes another study revealing that they disrupt liver detoxification. The latest research involves the non-nutritive sweeteners acesulfame potassium and sucralose, which are widely used as no-calorie sugar substitutes. Study author Laura Danner, a… Read More »
This article was previously published February 21, 2018, and has been updated with new information. Mounting evidence suggests electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation from cellphones can trigger abnormal cell growth and cancer1,2 As early as 2011, the evidence was strong enough for the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the cancer research arm of the World… Read More »
Fashion and travel perform worse on user experience than other verticals according to data from Searchmetrics Berlin / San Mateo, November 29, 2021 – New research from Searchmetrics suggests around 50% of the top 100 most visible websites on Google.com still fail to deliver a “good” page experience on desktop as defined in the search… Read More »
Report suggests retailers can win search traffic from Amazon by giving shoppers more “informational” content Berlin / San Mateo, November 23, 2021 – Amazon.com (9.7%), nordstrom.com (8.0%) and adoreme.com (5.0%) are first, second and third for the share of organic search results on Google’s first page when U.S. shoppers search for Apparel. In the Beauty… Read More »
Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Where Does Weed Come From? A New Study Suggests East Asia. A group of biologists and other scientists said humans began growing cannabis about 12,000 years ago not just for food, but also for hemp and, yes, probably to get high.
According to researchers at Marshall University, a maternal diet rich in Omega-3 fatty acids protects from breast cancer development in offspring. In a new study recently published by Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, researchers noted a significant difference in mice from mothers that were fed a diet rich in canola oil, compared with mothers… Read More »