Short answer: yes. Longer answer: Nothing is perfectly safe. There is probably someone out there allergic to melatonin, and I'd be the last person to tell them they're not. With anything you're taking if you notice a dramatic change in how you feel, immediately suspect it. Maybe the change is good (like antibiotics for bacterial …
Quick, what looks like polio, can be mistaken for polio, but gets almost zero press? Why, it’s AFM, or acute flaccid myelitis. Briefly, children coming down with a stomach bug can become paralyzed. Yep, paralyzed. So why aren’t we more upset? Because public health officials tell us it’s very rare. How rare? We’re not sure, …
a parent may find the culprit. But then the work is just beginning. For years (decades?) later the parents have to monitor all food for contamination.
Last year 118 children were paralyzed in the U.S.
How about a real title? We Eat Terribly in America And It Shows (Sorry Canadians, I'm grouping you in with us, although you still have better statistics than we do. Despite socialized medicine...)
I first started meditating when I was eight. When you are eight and someone farts in a silent meditation room, it is really funny.
"Technology is rewiring us"