Clean Energy Health

Alternative Health + Wellness News, Products & Services

Headlines and Important Health Updates from the WHO

Do You Shake for No Reason? You Might Have Essential Tremor

Essential tremor “is one of the most common neurological conditions, affecting about 5% of people over age 60. It may affect as many as 7 million people in the United States, according to a 2014 study.

Read More

Global Warming Could Mean Less Sleep for Billions

A new study projects that by the end of this century, many could get at least two weeks of short sleep each year due to high temperatures driven by global warming.

Read More

CDC Says COVID Hospitalizations to Rise in Most States

As U.S. COVID-19 cases reach the highest levels since mid-February, hospital admissions and deaths are projected to increase during the next four weeks, according to a new update from the CDC. The forecast predicts that nearly every U.S. state and territory will see increases in new COVID-19 hospitalizations in the next two weeks.

Read More

How Herbal Supplements Sent One Woman to the ER

The 56-year-old experienced a dangerous heart rhythm disorder after taking high doses of hemp oil containing CBD and CBG and berberine supplements.

Read More

Pregnant and Have IBD? A GI Doc’s Help Can Be Crucial

Women with IBD face several concerns related to their reproductive health decisions, from contraception to pregnancy to delivery. Research shows that IBD and certain drugs can impact fertility and pregnancy and pose risks for preterm birth and small gestational age.

Read More

4 Air Force Cadets May Not Graduate Over Vaccine Refusal

Four seniors at the U.S. Air Force Academy may not be allowed to graduate May 25 because they have refused to take a COVID-19 vaccine.

Read More

U.S. ‘Vulnerable’ to COVID Without New Shots, White House Says

The U.S. will become increasingly vulnerable to the coronavirus in the fall and winter if Congress doesn’t approve new funding for more vaccines and treatments, Ashish Jha, MD, the White House COVID-19 response coordinator, said Thursday.

Read More