John Brennan is a subversive, seditious, treasonous Communist

As a former U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst, and a battalion security manager who processed security clearances, I am awfully curious how this open Communist TRAITOR to America named John Brennan ever received a security clearance. I am also VERY curious why Barrack Hussein appointed such a treasonous Communist to be the Director of the C.I.A.

4 Tips to Improve the Quality of Your Life at Home

We’ve all heard it before, home should be your “quiet place” or your “sanctuary”. While this should be true, it’s not always possible. However, there are some things you can do to improve the quality of life you have at home. In this article we suggest four completely achievable ways you can do so. 1.

New Study: Cancer PTSD Could Affect One-Fifth of Patients

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is usually associated with soldiers after war, natural disaster victims and other tragedy sufferers. But a new study has discovered that about 20% of individuals diagnosed with cancer also develop signs of PTSD. What the Cancer PTSD Study Showed The 2017 study was conducted by the National University of Malaysia in

The benefits of good sleep, good nutrition and good exercise

Recently, there has been a big influx of high school graduates embarking upon a new four-year career at the University of Hawaii and obviously at colleges and universities throughout the world. This transition presents numerous new challenges to these kids. Yes, college is a time to explore new beginnings, new horizons and new roads to

Maca Root: The Superfood Everyone Should be Consuming

Maca root is often passed off as a natural stimulant, paired with other stamina-boosters like caffeine, L-theanine, and ashwagandha. While its energy-enhancing capabilities are not to be dismissed, maca can also be the singular superfood your diet needs. Cultivated in the Andean reaches of Peru, maca is a yellow cruciferous vegetable that has been honored

Standing for Our Health

The average U.S. adult spends up to 10 hours a day sitting. This is a habit viewed as a normal integral part of daily life with working at a desk job or commuting long hours. We aren’t doing our bodies any favors by sitting so much as it contributes to rising rates of overweight and

Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials

By involving yourself in a clinical trial, it could mean a really big change in the type of care you are now getting for your prostate cancer. Cutting-edge treatment is involved and few people have had it before, but make sure you learn how it works and what it will be like for you. A

Can Turmeric Cause Indigestion? (A Fact Based Investigation)

No, taking turmeric in diet usually does not cause indigestion. Research has proven the beneficial effects of turmeric in treating many gastrointestinal problems including indigestion. It aids in the process of digestion and prevents digestive disorders. Dietary intake of turmeric is entirely safe. However, its tolerability varies from person to person and consumption in high

Delicious and Nutritious Eats: Exotic Fruits from Asia

Apples, bananas, blueberries, and pineapples are among the many staple fruits we grew up eating. But it might be time to expand our culinary boundaries and try some of these exotic fruits from Asia, especially since they are chock-full of nutrition. Durian Deemed as the “king of fruits,” the durian hails from Southeast Asian nations,

Simple Self-Care Tips to Help Boost Your Confidence During Cancer Treatment

Difficult as it is to cope with cancer itself, it can be just as heart-wrenching to deal with the more superficial physical changes. Cancer and its treatments can impact your self-image. Generally, some physical changes you may experience as a cancer patient include: Thinning or loss of hair. Changes in weight. Changes in skin tone