Harrison Broer MBA's blog

Sunscreen Chemicals Can End up in Your Blood

According to a 2010 study entitled “Vitamin D Deficiency- An Ignored Epidemic,” over a billion people worldwide are deficient in vitamin D [1]. Certain activities such as working indoors, wearing extensive clothing, regularly using sunblock, or consciously avoiding the sun can raise the risk of vitamin D deficiency [1]. Yet, of all these activities, wearing sunscreen seems to be the most common, consciously performed task.

Five Inflammation-Causing Foods

In 2000, over 125 million Americans were living with chronic conditions, and 61 million had more than one. These chronic inflammation-mediated diseases include diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis and joint diseases, allergies, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). While conventional medicine leans towards treating chronic inflammation with medication, people often overlook one central aspect: one’s diet.

How to Increase Male Fertility

There is often a lot of discussion on how to increase fertility in women, but an equally important point is how to increase fertility in men. Studies have shown one in every three cases of infertility is due to fertility problems in the male partner alone [1] [2]. Not only does age affect the count and quality of eggs, but age will also affect the count and quality of sperm.

Profit From Addiction: A Tried Strategy

Though it may seem like a relatively new strategy, profiting from opium drug addiction has been used throughout the last several centuries, and this has allowed several families to accumulate a large amount of wealth because it is so effective. Wherever this happens, the countries addicted lose social moral because of the damaging qualities of opium.

Parallels of America's Pharmaceutical System and Vending Machines

Fun fact: the first vending machine was created over 2,000 years ago by a Greek mathematician named Hero, who also invented the syringe. However, rather than providing holy water, like the vending machines in ancient Egyptian temples, vending machines today are designed to provide people with quick, unhealthy snacks.