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Archive for October, 2011 :


Rich Diversity of Life in Unpolluted Soils
October 31st, 2011

Soil that hasn’t been polluted hosts an amazing diversity of life and it is vital that humans turn their attention to the underground to better understand life above ground.


Washing Machines Cause ‘Microplastic’ Pollution
October 31st, 2011

A new study published in the American Chemical Society (ACS) journal Environmental Science & Technology has found that, when washed, such garments release high amounts of “microplastic” fibers that end up polluting the world’s oceans.


Iron Supplements Cause More Harm Than Good
October 31st, 2011

For the last several decades, iron supplements have been routinely handed out like candy. Because iron is a basic requirement for cell growth and longevity, it is often assumed that people should supplement with extra iron. However, this faulty belief may carry serious health risks.


Canada Confronts its Abuse of Natives
October 29th, 2011

After the institutional abuse of natives for more than a century, Canada is still struggling to reconcile its sins. Are apologies and cash payments enough?


Preserving Leaves by Drying
October 29th, 2011

A health practitioner shares her tips on drying herbs this winter.


Wall Street Protesters Cope with Hygiene and Sanitation
October 29th, 2011

With thousands of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators roughing it in parks for up to six weeks, garbage, human waste and hygiene are becoming a growing worry in public encampments nationwide.


Could The Mind Actually Heal the Body?
October 29th, 2011

Why would patients with similar disease and similar interventions respond differently?


“Flu Vaccines are 60% Effective!” A BIG Lie.
October 29th, 2011

Comprehensive and shocking vaccine study reveals influenza vaccines only prevent the flu in 1.5 out of 100 adults (not 60% as you’ve been told).


Do You Really Need a Flu Vaccine?
October 29th, 2011

Reconsidering flu vaccine shots with it’s efficacy and scientific studies recommending against it.


End of Fluoridated Water in Alaska
October 29th, 2011

Alaska passes an ordinance to end its water fluoridation program.


Toxicants in Halloween Costume Makeup
October 29th, 2011

Moms and dads gearing up to turn their kids into vampires and goblins might want to think twice: There’s scary stuff in some Halloween face paint, according to HealthyStuff.org, a project of Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center.


Vegan Halloween Candy Guide
October 29th, 2011

Mining through gobs of candy every October can be mind-boggling, but VN’s definitive guide to vegan treats will make this your best Halloween yet.


Junk Ingredients on Salad Dressings
October 27th, 2011

Read the label again on your favorite salad dressings.


Thailand Flood Update for Coming Tourists
October 27th, 2011

Inner Bangkok still dry, but domestic flights out of city filling fast. Plus, country update.


No More “Pinkwashing”! Promote an Integrative Approach to Breast Cancer
October 27th, 2011

Increasingly, breast cancer fundraising means playing ball with companies whose products actually cause cancer.


Yoga Benefits for Low Back Pain
October 27th, 2011

Small trials suggest that yoga may have benefits for a chronic low back pain, a common problem lacking highly effective treatment options.


The Population Crash Will Kill Our Economy– Good News For The Planet
October 26th, 2011

Despite passing the seven billion mark, the global population birthrate is slowing. That will be great for the environment.


How To Make Your Laundry Greener And Healthier
October 26th, 2011

Truly Clean Laundry Has No Smell.


Soda Consumption Linked to Teen Violence, Study Finds
October 26th, 2011

A new study has found that teenagers who consume high amounts of sugary soda appear to be more prone towards violence than teenagers who consume less or no sugary soda.


Vitamin B-based Treatment May Permanently Cure Vision-Robbing Eye Disease
October 26th, 2011

One of 2,000 people in the U.S. is diagnosed each year with keratoconus, a vision-robbing disease usually first spotted during the teenage years.


With 7 Billion People, World Has a Poop Problem
October 25th, 2011

The 7 billionth person on Earth will draw his or her first breath on Oct. 31, at least according to estimates by the United Nations.


Cellphone Towers EMR Damaging Biological Systems of Birds, Insects, Humans
October 25th, 2011

The electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted from mobile towers is so powerful that it affects the biological systems of birds, insects, and even humans.


Fluoride Lawsuits Start and May Grow Massively
October 25th, 2011

Isn`t it odd that a substance that is claimed to reduce tooth decay actually causes white spotted, yellow, brown teeth and even pitted teeth?


Student Out to Prove Psychic Activity Exists
October 24th, 2011

A Canadian University student is demonstrating the reality of remote viewing.


What is Gluten Intolerance?
October 24th, 2011

Gluten sensitivity is an epidemic that is a major contributing factor with inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.


Beanitos, GMO-Free Organic Snack
October 24th, 2011

A deliciously nutritious snack food, Beanitos Bean Chips, proudly displays the non-GMO tested seal on its colorful bags of assorted bean chips.


Spice Up Broccoli For More Anti-Cancer Benefits
October 24th, 2011

Ample and well-established research has confirmed that consuming broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables is a great way to help prevent cancer.


Gender Disparities on Road Safety Signs
October 24th, 2011

Women are more likely to sustain injuries in an auto accident because safety features are designed more with men in mind, a study said Thursday.


Single Embryo Study on In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
October 24th, 2011

Transferring one embryo into women during in vitro fertilization (IVF) doesn’t lower their chances of giving birth but it does mean fewer women give birth to twins, with all the attendant health risks, a study said.


Learn the Adverse Effects of Malaria Vaccine
October 24th, 2011

An experimental vaccine from GlaxoSmithKline halved the risk of African children getting malaria in a major clinical trial, making it likely to become the world’s first shot against the deadly disease.


Potential Vaccine Against Malaria Developed
October 24th, 2011

Malaria-carrying mosquitoes are being grown and dissected in a laboratory to develop a potential vaccine against them.


Alzheimer’s Patients Can Now Take a Walk with GPS Shoes
October 24th, 2011

A new GPS shoes will be introduced in the US specifically for the alzheimer’s patients.


Bacterium Linked to Bowel Cancer
October 24th, 2011

A type of bacterium known to cause dental decay and skin ulcers may also be linked to bowel cancer, scientists suspect.


Saskatchewan Residents Urged To Take Precautions Against Hantavirus
October 23rd, 2011

Saskatchewan residents are urged to take precautions to avoid infection with hantavirus, especially when cleaning up rodent infested barns, homes or other buildings in their communities, following a recent hantavirus fatality in West Central Saskatchewan.


Monsanto, GMOs, and The Global Genocide of Science and Humanity
October 23rd, 2011

International bestselling author Jeffrey M. Smith explains how biotech giant Monsanto, in particular, has rigged the entire system to push its deadly products on the populations of the world.


Roundup Causes Birth Defects
October 22nd, 2011

The mostly widely used herbicide has long been known to its makers to cause birth defects but they and the govts they corrupt concealed the information.


Boycott of Hershey’s Come Halloween
October 22nd, 2011

Halloween candy boycott targets Hershey’s chocolate for anti-child labor and anti-GMO use.


US Congress Plans to Lessen Potato Consumption in Schools
October 22nd, 2011

Potatoes have gone from nation-building superfoods to national pariahs. Why?


Apples, Pears and the Like Prevent Stroke
October 22nd, 2011

Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables with white flesh, such as apples and pears, may protect against stroke, according to a new study.


Organs From Pigs to be Used for Human Transplants
October 22nd, 2011

Are pigs about to migrate from the dinner table to the operating table?


Major Acupressure Points For an Overall Health
October 22nd, 2011

A list of 10 golden points out of more than 350 which are the most important for preventing and treating all illnesses.


Non-Invasive Treatment for Glue Ear Disorder
October 22nd, 2011

Scientists have identified a potential new treatment for “glue ear” – a common hearing disorder in children – that uses existing cancer drugs.


Bogus Study Concludes Cellphones Don’t Cause Brain Tumors
October 22nd, 2011

Further research has been published suggesting there is no link between mobile phones and brain cancer.


List of Organic and GMO-Free Cereal and Granola Brands
October 22nd, 2011

A report from Cornucopia Institute cites the healthiest brands of granola and cereals.


Are Your Body Care Essentials SLS-free?
October 22nd, 2011

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, a highly toxic substance, is mostly found in our personal care products.


A Closer Look on Infant Acid Reflux Treatment
October 22nd, 2011

Babies may be treated with acid reflux drugs they don’t need, which might raise their risk for nutritional deficiencies or allergies.


Keep Your Exotic Pets in Their Rightful Home
October 22nd, 2011

Exotic pets are not safe and should not be kept in homes, advocates say.


An Apple A Day Really Can Keep The Doc Away
October 21st, 2011

Apple pies, bobbing for apples and apple cider all remind us of autumn. But consider the health benefits of the apple. The saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” does carry some weight.


10 Problems You Get From Computer and How to Deal with It
October 20th, 2011

Your computer may be your lifeline to all things work and social, but it can be hazardous to your health at the same time. From toxic dust to sperm health, your PC is more of a danger than you ever thought possible.


Home Remedies on Cold and Flu
October 20th, 2011

Your kitchen is the source of a number of remedies that can help relieve the symptoms of cold and flu and speed your recovery.


How Much Juice Should My Child Drink in a Day?
October 20th, 2011

Kids’ diets can benefit from consuming 100% juice, but parents should moderate their intake to ensure an overall well-balanced diet. Here’s how to know whether your kid is drinking a healthy amount of juice.


Homeopathic Prevention of Colds and Flu
October 20th, 2011

Catching a cold? Homeopathic medicines can help prevent a cold as well as treat the symptoms and are available in most health food stores or online.


Raw Food Pioneer on the Next NaturalNews Talk Hour
October 20th, 2011

Jenny Ross, gourmet raw food chef, is the special guest on the next NaturalNews talk hour.


Organic Farming Outperforms the Conventional Way
October 20th, 2011

Organic farming outperforms conventional in yields, economic viability, conservation, and health.


Infant Formulas Loaded with Corn Syrup and Sugar
October 20th, 2011

Top baby formula brands sold in stores contain alarmingly high levels of corn syrup and sugar.


Moving to a Better Neighborhood Lowers Risk of Obesity, Diabetes
October 20th, 2011

Low income neighborhoods may increase the risk of obesity and diabetes.


No Quick Fix for Haiti Cholera
October 20th, 2011

As outbreak enters its second year, relief bodies move to roll out vaccine for the first time.


Glucose Levels Affects Mental Focus
October 20th, 2011

Glucose levels affect willpower, decision-making and mental focus.


Stress Response is Complex, Dealing with it is Easy
October 20th, 2011

When stressed out, the body mechanisms change and here’s plenty of suggestions from the Healthy Geezer.


Long Term Unemployment Can Trigger Mental Health Problems
October 20th, 2011

Jobless people may tend to have more mental health issues.


Hypertension May Increase Risk of Birth Defects
October 20th, 2011

Blood pressure drugs may lower pregnant women’s blood pressure, but they don’t reduce babies’ heightened risk of birth defects.


Latest Trend in Managing Candida
October 20th, 2011

It takes a good doctor to diagnose Candidiasis correctly, and patients need to be actively participating in treating the disease.


Eat Less Meat to Save the Planet
October 20th, 2011

With the coming of our seven billionth population, how do we feed everyone and save our home?


CVS Pharmacy Promotes Flu Shots Using Grim Reaper Image
October 19th, 2011

Finally there’s some truth in advertising about flu shots. A CVS pharmacy is promoting flu shots using images of the grim reaper, the most widely-recognized symbol of death.


Choco Loco for Your Blood
October 19th, 2011

Next time, when you reach for that bar of Hershey’s, know that it only takes a bite or two of chocolate to get the benefits.


12 Foods Aid for a Complete Nutrition
October 19th, 2011

You don’t have to acquire a taste for olive oil, seaweed or soya to maintain a low-fat, healthy diet. Indian cuisine can be healthy too, if it’s cooked with oil and ingredients that take care of your heart and health.


11:11 and 11/11/11
October 19th, 2011

Are you one of the millions who are dogged by the 11:11 phenomenon? What does it really mean? Could it have something to do with November 11, 2011?


Meditation Techniques for Busy People
October 19th, 2011

It’s a stressful world these days. Most people are working harder for less pay, or just trying to find work. It is already well verified that meditation is a very effective technique for reducing stress, anxiety, and depression.


Resveratrol in Microbial Attacks
October 19th, 2011

Miracle nutrient resveratrol is synthesized by grapes in response to fungal attacks.


Why You Should Not Stop Taking Your Vitamins
October 19th, 2011

A new study “proving” that vitamins kill people is hitting front pages and news broadcasts across the country. This study does not prove anything.


Natural, Herbal, and Alternative Treatments for ADD/ADHD
October 19th, 2011

Once you have determined if you or your child has ADD/ADHD, you will want to choose how to treat it without drug therapy. The first thing to try is changes in diet.


Infrared Saunas Safely Detoxify the Body and Help Heal Injuries
October 19th, 2011

Unlike traditional saunas which use air and steam, infrared sauna’s heaters emit radiant heat which is absorbed directly into the body.


Looking at Sick People Gives Your Immune System a Boost
October 19th, 2011

According to a University of British Columbia study, looking at sick people can boost your immune system. (Hanging around them does not.)


Women Endangered by High Rate of False-Positive Mammograms
October 19th, 2011

According to mainstream medicine, mammograms are the key to surviving breast cancer because they supposedly catch the disease early for quick treatment.


Upcoming of Food Day Celebration
October 19th, 2011

Thousands of events will celebrate healthy, affordable, sustainable food.


Vit.E Increases Risk of Prostate Cancer? More Junk Science from JAMA
October 19th, 2011

Study questions vitamin E safety.


Terrible Foods, Terrific Foods
October 19th, 2011

“Terrific 10” and “Terrible 10” lists symbolize hopes and concerns of Food Day.


Splenda Essentials Revealed as Chemical Sweetener
October 19th, 2011

Splenda is not a natural sugar and can harm your body in more ways.


A Ginger Hope for Colon Cancer Prevention
October 19th, 2011

Ginger may help prevent colon cancer by reducing markers of colon inflammation.


Allergies Fight Brain Tumors
October 19th, 2011

Subjects with somewhat elevated levels of antibodies produced to fight allergens were less likely to go on to develop brain tumors, according to a new study. The study adds to evidence from prior studies, but some questions still remain.


AIDS Total Cure
October 18th, 2011

Beyond the drug cocktail. 
Beyond a vaccine. Scientists are 
talking about total cure. 



Amalgam: The Big Waste
October 18th, 2011

Just 1 single drop of this would poison a lake enough to ban fishing on it…


Improve Night Vision Naturally with Bilberries
October 17th, 2011

Flavonoids found in bilberries known as anthocyanosides are responsible for the regeneration of Rhodopsin. This is a purple pigment in the eye which is responsible for night vision.


Have Lots of Fruits and Veggies to Keep Your Memory
October 17th, 2011

Study found that people who ate more fruit and vegetables performed better on verbal memory tests than folks who consumed less.


Deep Thinking About the Future of Food
October 17th, 2011

Traditional agronomists are mainly worried about supply — and tend at times to recommend fixes that might worsen the environmental damage.


Genetic Code of World’s Oldest Person May Reveal Recipe for Long Life
October 17th, 2011

Studying the genetics of centenarians could reveal a recipe for a long life, with scientists finding coveted genes are major players.


One in Six Mobile Phones Contain E Coli
October 17th, 2011

Reseachers say 16% of UK mobile devices and users’ hands contaminated with faecal bacteria due to poor personal hygiene.


New Discovery Shakes the Foundation of Cancer Research
October 17th, 2011

Mayo Clinic finds massive fraud in cancer research.


We Are Limited, Not By Our Abilities, But By Our Vision
October 17th, 2011

Unlimited Abilities: A View from the MedtechVision Conference


Your Cell Phone Is Trying to Kill You
October 17th, 2011

Many people are talking about (or actively trying to ignore) the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recent declaration that cell phones might actually cause cancer.


Electric Cars with Drive-Charge Electric Motors Can Get the World Off Oil
October 17th, 2011

The number of people who are now converting their gasoline fueled vehicles to electric is growing steadily. Not just in Canada but around the World.


Broccoli Sprouts has More Cancer Fighting Benefits than Broccoli Slone
October 17th, 2011

Broccoli sprouts – Up to fifty times more cancer fighting benefits than broccoli alone.


Celiac Disease Rising
October 16th, 2011

5 times as many people have the disease than did in the 1950’s.


Government’s Soft Approach to the Food Industries
October 16th, 2011

Tony the Tiger and Toucan Sam can rest easy.


Solution to Food Crisis, Study
October 16th, 2011

A study suggests eating less meat solves the global hunger and food crisis.


Congo Women’s Fight
October 16th, 2011

Congo, the country where it’s more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier.


Find Out the Real and Cheap Food
October 16th, 2011

You can walk into any McDonald’s in America and buy a bounty of ready-to-eat calories for just a few bucks. But can you cook much better food for yourself for even cheaper?


Are Cows Herbivores or Omnivores?
October 16th, 2011

It’s heartening to see that the Occupy Wall Street protesters have included widespread industrial animal abuse in their list of atrocities perpetrated by the corporations that have taken over our governments.


Brave Dentists Speak Out Against Water Fluoridation
October 14th, 2011

Not all dentists are fooled by the fluoride mafia and increasing numbers are standing up to to the deliberate poisoning of the water supply by water fluoridation.


Rock n’ Roll Vegan Regimen
October 14th, 2011

Sleep, exercise and healthy food are the real recipe for rockstar energy


Having a Water Supply During a Long Term Disaster
October 14th, 2011

In a disaster situation, everyone knows they need 1 gallon of water per person/a day. Due to the bulkiness and weight issues of storing water, it is not always feasible to store water for a long term disaster.


Mobile Apps That Can Help the Health Conscious
October 14th, 2011

US spend about 10 percent more time on apps than they do on a web browser. D. Mercola shares some of his favorite apps he uses to help him find healthy options.


No Leather Seats for Maguire
October 13th, 2011

NOT happy with the complimentary new Mercedes he was given for personal use during his stay in Australia, actor Tobey Maguire has sent his luxury car back after taking issue with the use of leather in the car’s plush upholstery.


Cellphone Subscriptions Outnumber People in US, Radiation Threatens Public Health
October 13th, 2011

Numerous studies have detailed the risk cell phones pose to not only brain activity, but reproduction and many other health conditions.


Meditation Nourishes the Brain
October 13th, 2011

The practice of meditation has a long history in almost every major historical civilization and religion, yet there is so much that is not known.


‘No Food Rights’ Judge Quits to Work for Monsanto Law Firm
October 13th, 2011

Food Rights, Gene Rights and Monsanto.


World Prone to Food-borne Disease Outbreaks: WHO
October 13th, 2011

The world has become more vulnerable to outbreaks of disease caused by contaminated food because of growing global trade, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Thursday.


Concerned with Your Love Handles? You Should Be
October 13th, 2011

When you think of body fat you most likely think of cellulite and love handles (subcutaneous fat), but there’s another type of fat in your body that is much less visible and actually far more dangerous.


The New Medicine
October 13th, 2011

Steve Jobs’ death is talked a lot and let’s see how he dealt with it through alternative means and conventional ways.


Homeopathy for Pets
October 13th, 2011

Safer and more effective than toxic drugs.


How to Heal a Cavity Naturally and Nutritionally
October 13th, 2011

Without the need for ‘drilling and filling’.


Would a Resource-Based Economy Promote the Fullest Human Potential?
October 13th, 2011

The Venus Project realizes the significance of the Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Together movements and offers a positive solution for their grievances.


Thermograph: Detecting Inflammation
October 12th, 2011

Dr. Joseph Mercola talks about a new diagnostic tool for preventing chronic diseases.


Eating Certain Foods Alters Expression of Heart Disease Genes
October 12th, 2011

No, we aren’t talking about some gene zapping drug or high tech genetic medical therapy. Instead, you simply need to eat a lot of raw natural fruit and veggies.


Vitamin D Better than Fluoride at Cavity Prevention
October 12th, 2011

Preventing cavities through sunlight exposure and vitamin D3 supplementation is a very simple and effective method.


In Connecting with Animals, There is Hope in Life
October 12th, 2011

Humans by nature don’t want to kill animals or hurt them.


Low Carb, High Fat is the Better Option for Obesity
October 12th, 2011

Conventional advice has focused on low-fat diets for weight loss and heart disease prevention, but again and again, researchers are now confirming that refined carbohydrates from sugars and grains is the primary culprit behind skyrocketing obesity rates, along with related diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.


‘Natural’ Breakfast Cereals Loaded with Pesticides and GMOs
October 12th, 2011

Explosive new scorecard from Cornucopia reveals all.


3 Fast Food Ingredient Secrets
October 12th, 2011

Fast food chains often use genetically modified ingredients, artificial sweeteners in sodas, heavy metals across the board, high-fructose corn syrup as a cheap yet deadly sweetener, and a variety of other toxic chemicals.


Autism Linked with Lack of Concern for Personal Reputation, Study Finds
October 12th, 2011

People with autism may not be able to take into account what other people think of them.


Your Personal Cancer Prevention Program
October 12th, 2011

This is not a difficult task. It involves attention to diet and lifestyle, elimination of toxins in your life, and a simple nutritional supplement program.


Vitamin E May Increase Prostate Cancer Risk in Men
October 12th, 2011

Extra vitamin E supplements might pose an increased risk of prostate cancer.


Daily Ginger Dose May Reduce Risk of Colorectal Cancer
October 12th, 2011

Eating ginger may reduce your risk of developing colorectal cancer, but don’t go stocking up on ginger root just yet — more research is still needed.


Vege-Friendly Schools
October 11th, 2011

Offering home-style favorites and international fare, school cafeterias across the nation are serving gourmet veg options, enticing students to come back to school hungry.


Rawifying Your Favorite Dishes
October 11th, 2011

Going raw doesn’t have to mean sacrificing favorites like pizza, burgers, or pasta. These live recipes are just as hearty and enticing as their cooked counterparts.


Snoring? Don’t Take it for Granted
October 11th, 2011

If you or your close ones snore regularly, it is time you stop considering it a minor problem and seek medical help.


Prenatal Exercise is Good for the Babies Especially
October 11th, 2011

Working out during pregnancy will reduce the chances of unborn baby developing neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, later in life, says a new study.


Take Control on Your Eating Habits
October 11th, 2011

Most of us think we overeat because we’re hungry or the food tastes really good. But it’s not that simple.


Youngsters Like Yoga Better
October 11th, 2011

Youngsters are preferring yoga over other methods to keep fit like joining gymnasiums or attending aerobic classes.


Five Veggies for the Best Nutrition
October 11th, 2011

While everyone knows that green vegetables are good for the body, most of us tend to still avoid eating them.


Surviving with Expensive Food
October 11th, 2011

What’s behind the shocking rise in global food prices and what can be done about it.


Olive Oil Mends Your Heart
October 11th, 2011

Olive oil might be preferable than drugs for heart ailments.


Top Five Eco-Jobs That Rock
October 11th, 2011

Top five eco-jobs that are best for career and planet.


Oriental Medicine Integrated in Conventional Hospital Setting
October 11th, 2011

Acupuncture, Yoga and Myotherapy are among the integrated modalities at St. Luke’s Hospital in Philippines.


Forest is Their Life, Our Life
October 11th, 2011

Indigenous people in the Philippines are at risk of losing their home and their life while some rich people take their ancestral domain, the forest. It is the law of nature that what might happen to them, we share the same loss.


Vitamins May Increase Women’s Risk of Dying, Research Finds
October 11th, 2011

A new study shows that for women, a healthy diet might be a better way to stave off diseases than supplements.


How Vaccines Are Made
October 11th, 2011

Monkey kidneys, spinal material, animal pus and more…


Dr. Bill Deagle Responds To San Diego Gas & Electric Threats.
October 10th, 2011
Mobile Phone Users Suffering From ‘Text Neck’
October 10th, 2011

A new condition dubbed “text neck” is on the rise due to the amount of time people spend hunched over their mobile phone and tablet computer screens, chiropractors have warned.


BPA Levels in Humans Far Higher than Previously Thought
October 10th, 2011

New studies reveal that levels of BPA are massively higher in humans than previously assumed, causing major concern for what has been downplayed by the packaging industry as a false alarm.


Raw Vegan Food On the Go
October 10th, 2011

Raw vegan cafes are up providing varieties on vegetarian diet.


Mandatory Vaccination to Receive Funds
October 10th, 2011

School district in California badly wants children to go to school and continuously receive funds deciding to let the law over them on vaccinations.


Obama Can Never Turn Us Down
October 10th, 2011

Obama promised on GMO labeling and now is the time to act by sending a petition to the president.


Prozac Turns Teen a Murderer
October 10th, 2011

Prozac turned teen into murderer – Judge bases opinion on testimony of psychiatrist Peter R. Breggin, MD that the antidepressant caused a stimulant-like syndrome leading to manic-like behavior, suicidality and violence.


Dealing with Pancreatic Cancer
October 10th, 2011

Pancreatic cancer is notoriously lethal — there are almost as many deaths from it each year as there are new cases. The deaths this week of Apple founder Steve Jobs and Nobelist Ralph Steinman bring unusual attention to this less-well-known type of cancer.


Doctors and AMA Split
October 10th, 2011

American doctors terminating membership from AMA.


Robotic Hand for the Paralyzed
October 10th, 2011

Giving a high-five. Rubbing his girlfriend’s hand. Such ordinary acts — but a milestone for a paralyzed man.


Marijuana to be Replaced with Low-Potency Drugs
October 10th, 2011

The Dutch government plans to reclassify high-potency marijuana alongside other highly illegal drugs such as cocaine and ecstasy.


Leahy Bill on Supplement Rules
October 10th, 2011

Leahy bill risking the supplement manufacturers.


Mandatory (Again) Diet Regimen?
October 10th, 2011

USDA promotes the government’s revised dietary guidelines for Americans.


Fracking Poisons Our Water and Air
October 10th, 2011

Fracking is a commonly accepted term for hydro-fracturing, a process where water, sand and millions of gallons of toxic chemicals are injected into the earth at high pressure.


Mandatory ‘Wellness Program’
October 10th, 2011

Chicago government employees forced to take the ‘wellness program’ between mayor and Big Pharma or else they have to pay.


Federal Agencies Funding GE Salmon
October 10th, 2011

Federal Agencies funding large amounts of money out of the people for corporate funding on GE salmon sterility research.


Conscious Patient While Undergoing Surgery
October 10th, 2011

A patient was kept awake during a very delicate brain surgery for the purpose of keeping track on the condition.


Hidden Sources of Food Coloring Chemicals in your Diet
October 10th, 2011

Color additives are mostly used to make high-calorie, low-nutrition foods appear healthy.


Monsanto Over Media
October 9th, 2011

Two now former fox reporters found just how corrupt & far reaching Monsanto’s reach is.


US to Stop Medical Marijuana
October 8th, 2011

Legal Marijuana Industry in California is to be stopped by the Obama Administration.


Poor Vitamin B-12 Leads to Reduced Brain Volume
October 7th, 2011

Supplementation with the biologically active form of the B vitamin may help prevent shrinkage and preserve learning capabilities and memory functions as we age.


3 Health Reasons to Cook with Cast-Iron
October 7th, 2011

Cast-iron skillets may seem like an old-fashioned choice in the kitchen. But this dependable cookware is a must in the modern kitchen.


Asthma Inhalers to be Banned by Year’s End
October 7th, 2011

Asthma inhalers are allegedly disrupting ozone layer.


The Dark Side of Energy Drinks
October 7th, 2011

Risking your health for temporary stimulation.


Buying Local Foods for a More Healthier You
October 7th, 2011

The longer the journey of products from the farm to the market, the more contamination and the more expensive it gets.


Steve Jobs Chose Chemo
October 7th, 2011

Steve Jobs had made a legacy in the world thru Apple. Combating his illness for all those years, he chose chemotherapy as one approach.


Less Invasive Surgery for Women
October 6th, 2011

The number of women having hysterectomies has plummeted in recent years, but the advent of keyhole surgery might make them a more attractive option.


Fake It Until You Make It
October 6th, 2011

Members of the Laughter Yoga club practise laughing to see whether it really is the best medicine during morning exercise at a public park in Hanoi.


Part II: Color Me Tan
October 6th, 2011

People who visit tanning salons could be at risk of developing skin cancer even if they do not burn, a study has found.


For the Sake of Vanity
October 6th, 2011

Cosmetic surgery in Britain is on the rise despite the cost and pain of having a major operation.


Fewer Drug Addicts
October 6th, 2011

The number of heroin and crack addicts needing treatment fell by almost 10,000 over the last two years, figures showed today.


A Victory of Non-Fluoride Proportions
October 6th, 2011

Pinellas County Commissioners decided Tuesday afternoon to stop adding fluoride to the water supply.


Brazil Soars in Clean Energy Rankings
October 6th, 2011

With almost half of its energy supply generated by renewable sources, Brazil increasingly looks like a positive example for the rest of the world.


What Could Be the Best Employers’ Ingenuity
October 6th, 2011

Stress is number one cause of long-term absence from work for first time, figures show, as the pressure of recession takes its toll.


Fat Food Tax Imposed in Denmark
October 6th, 2011

Following Hungary’s lead, Denmark is imposing taxes on unhealthy, fattening foods in attempts to lower obesity rates and increase life expectancy.


Organic Uncooked Food Have Stronger Energy Fields
October 6th, 2011

Raw organic foods have stronger ‘energy field’ than cooked or pasteurized conventional foods.


Fla. County Nixes Fluoride in Water After Heated Debate
October 6th, 2011

The Pinellas County Commission voted 4-3 to halt fluoridation to about 700,000 residents of the county, the St. Petersburg Times reports.


Did the iPhone Kill Steve Jobs?
October 5th, 2011

It is a very well proven scientific fact that microwave radiation emitted by cell phones and other wireless devices causes permanent damage to DNA, which can lead to cancer. The cancer epidemic is growing worse every year as more and more people go wireless and witless.


High with Coke?
October 5th, 2011

Check out how coke transforms in your body right after you gulp it down.


Time Matters in Detecting Breast Cancers
October 5th, 2011

Advances in diagnosing and treating the disease have been profound. But delays caused by overwhelmed resources or insurance companies result in needless deaths.


Flu Shots are Poison
October 5th, 2011

Flu shots contain more than 250 times the EPA’s safety limit for mercury.


Eating Eggs and Prostate Cancer
October 5th, 2011

A new study that followed tens of thousands of men shows that consuming eggs considerably increases the risk of advanced prostate cancer.


Many ‘Natural’ Foods Are Loaded With GMOs
October 5th, 2011

True organic food prices are coming down quickly now that the word is getting out about GMO corn and soy, and about the labels that are often lies, like “all natural” and “natural flavors added.”


Organic Farming: Real Skills, Real Cheap
October 5th, 2011

The ability to grow your own food in the absence of commercial fertilizers or garden store cheats could someday make the difference between life and death.


Regular Aspirin Users at Higher Risk of Sight Problems
October 5th, 2011

People who take a daily dose of aspirin are twice as likely to suffer blindness in later life, a study suggests.


BPA Exposure Before Birth Linked to Breast Cancer
October 5th, 2011

To many people interested in healthy living, the term BPA is nothing new.


Carmakers Unveil New Types of Hybrids
October 5th, 2011

Alternative approaches replace the battery with compressed air or a flywheel.


Denmark Introduces World’s First Food Fat Tax
October 4th, 2011

Denmark has introduced what is believed to be the world’s first fat tax – a surcharge on foods that are high in saturated fat.


Fresh Air, Fresh Insight
October 4th, 2011

Using natural ventilation in your home can have a tremendous positive impact on its occupants, the building itself and the environment.


Natural Light: Practicable, Economic and Healthy
October 4th, 2011

Natural lighting offers an array of long-term benefits that affect the overall health of our living world.


It Must Be the Chicken More Than the Apple Juice
October 4th, 2011

Levels of arsenic in chicken are far higher than in apple juice.


It Must Not be the Melons, It Must be the Meat
October 4th, 2011

Listeria must have been from deli meats and not from melons.


Respect is a Key for Healthy Relationship
October 4th, 2011

Healthy relationship comes from a healthy communication which roots from respect in one’s self and in your partner.


Coffee Kicks Out Depression on Women
October 4th, 2011

Women who drink three or four cups of coffee a day may be less prone to depression, a study finds.


Health Attitude Matters in Surviving Cancer
October 4th, 2011

Researchers have found that cancer fatalism — the belief that if you have cancer, it will kill you — is linked to lower rates of colorectal cancer screening (fecal tests) among less wealthy people in England.


California Protests For Their Health Insurance
October 4th, 2011

At issue is whether judges can stop cash-strapped states from cutting their payments to healthcare providers.


No More Bottled Water Officially
October 4th, 2011

The state is kicking its bottled water habit.


Security Over Respect on a Breast Cancer Patient
October 4th, 2011

Pat-down by TSA on a breast cancer patient seemed to be really humiliating and without respect. Other passengers with medical conditions felt the same way.


Injectables May Precipitate HIV Infection
October 4th, 2011

HIV transmission rates may be increased by hormone contraceptive use, a study suggests.


Orexin Hormone Helps Lose Weight
October 4th, 2011

Orexin, a hormone in the brain is linked to losing and maintaining weight as study suggests.


A Very Nobel Death
October 4th, 2011

Scientist with pancreatic cancer extended his life with his own discovery on immunotherapy, awarded with a Nobel prize in medicine after death.


Fruits and Veggies Effectively Lowers Colon Cancer Risk
October 4th, 2011

Nutrition scientists from Australia provide important documentation to confirm the importance of eating a colorful selection of fruits and vegetables to lower colon cancer risk.


Grape Seed Extract Emerges as Anti-Cancer Powerhouse
October 4th, 2011

A polyphenol contained in grape seeds is resveratrol, which may interfere with cancer cell growth and proliferation, as well as induce apoptosis, among a variety of potential chemopreventive effects.


Contraception Increases Risk of HIV Infection in Women
October 4th, 2011

Hormonal contraception may make it easier for HIV to spread between heterosexual sex partners, according to a new study conducted in Africa.


Whole Food Vegetarian Diets Eliminate Many Serious Illnesses
October 4th, 2011

A new study found that plant based diets are a fundamental solution to our public health crisis, especially with some of the most serious and debilitating illnesses.


Why Women Have Stronger Immune Systems than Men
October 4th, 2011

Women not only live longer than men, they also appear to be in more robust health. A new hypothesis offers a reason why: it’s in their genes.


Reduce Stress Through Correct Diet
October 4th, 2011

Stress is activated by various factors. Too much stress paves the way for a variety of illnesses, diseases and emotional problems.


Research Says Eating Walnuts Improves Critical Thinking
October 4th, 2011

Walnuts have long been known to influence the brain and in the natural health world, they’re known as a key brain food.


5 Tips From Early Retirees
October 4th, 2011

The Charltons’ careful planning included cutting housing costs and living below their means.


Seven Ways to Lower Breast Cancer Rrisk
October 4th, 2011

Maintaining a healthy weight lowers your risk and increases your chance of survival.


HPV Conquers Throat
October 4th, 2011

A prolonged sore throat once was considered a cancer worry mainly for smokers and drinkers. Today there’s another risk: A sexually transmitted virus is fueling a rise in oral cancer.


Preventing Circumcision Ban
October 4th, 2011

Preempting a ballot initiative banning circumcision set for November in San Francisco, Governor Jerry Brown signs bill preventing local authorities from banning the practice.


Yoga Poses for Certain Problems
October 4th, 2011

A writer and yoga teacher shares yoga poses for corresponding medical conditions and its research.


SIDS Awareness Month
October 4th, 2011

Seven babies die each day of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Learn the risk factors and steps you can take to help avoid this devastating event.


Death Blow to GMOs?
October 3rd, 2011

California ballot initiative calls for mandatory labeling of all genetically engineered foods.


Twitter Knows Your Mood
October 3rd, 2011

Global truths: people are happier on weekends, grumpier as workday drags. Twitter mirrors mood changes.


What Embarrassment Positively Denotes
October 3rd, 2011

Experiments show you’re more trustworthy and generous if you feel embarrassment.


Laughter Therapy for Alzheimer’s Patients
October 3rd, 2011

Humor therapy eased agitation as much as drugs, without the side effects, in Australian study.


Alcohol and Living Solo
October 3rd, 2011

A new study has found that living alone may raise the risk for alcohol-related death.


Therapeutic Singing for Stroke Patients
October 3rd, 2011

More study needed to see if rhythm and formulaic phrases could lead to improved speech therapies.


Empathy is Not Enough
October 3rd, 2011

Empathy is an emotion but doesn’t really motivates one to act or not to act.


Surgery Can’t be the Answer for Weight Loss
October 3rd, 2011

Much as more complications are expected after any surgeries, so do gastric bypass you may even lose your legs or your life.


Breast Cancer on Men
October 3rd, 2011

Awareness of male breast cancer is low and most men do not even know they are at risk despite an increase in cases, reveals new research from the University of Leeds.


US to Break Record Number of Solar Panel Installations in 2011
October 3rd, 2011

For the first time in history, the US solar panel market will exceed one gigawatt (GW) in new PV energy production during a single year, according to recent report byGreentech Media.


Anesthesia Causes Learning Disabilities in Infants and Toddlers
October 3rd, 2011

Scientists at Mayo Clinic in Rochester have found a strong association between children undergoing surgery requiring general anesthesia before they are 2 years old and learning disabilities later in childhood.


Nurses from ‘Lone Rangers’ to Independents
October 3rd, 2011

The journey of Loretta Ford as a nurse and how nurse practitioners rise in US.


Are Motorcycles Greener Than Cars?
October 3rd, 2011

‘Mythbusters’ on the move to test if motorcycles are greener than cars.


Ad Campaigns to Lessen Sodium Intake
October 3rd, 2011

Massachusetts public health officials unveiled a new media campaign aimed at driving down the amount of salt residents consume.


DES Exposure May Trigger Breast Cancer, Manufacturers Sued
October 3rd, 2011

A lawsuit against a prenatal drug is being fought by mothers who develop breast tumors.


No Market for GMO Wheat
October 2nd, 2011

Canadians needn’t worry about genetically modified bread winding up on their kitchen table any time soon.


Councilwomen Fight Climate Change in Land of Melting Glaciers
October 2nd, 2011

Some symbolic acts are powerful reflections of a broader struggle.


Let Maggots Do the Work
October 2nd, 2011

Maggots seem to help heal wounds.


Recalled Romaine Lettuce with Listeria
October 2nd, 2011

True Leaf Farms has recalled 30,000 pounds of chopped Romaine lettuce due to potential contamination of listeria, a foodborne bacteria that can cause fatal illness.


The Decade’s Top Ten Food-Borne Illness Outbreaks
October 1st, 2011

Here are the 10 most high-profile food-borne illness outbreaks since 2001.


Adventurer Can See Again with Experimental Drug
October 1st, 2011

Trial sees encouraging improvements, albeit in a small number of patients, in those with inherited blindness.


Beauty at the Time of Cancer
October 1st, 2011

Nearly every day, Terri Shaver comes face to face with cancer and can’t help but think about her life and how short it could be.


Early to Bed and Early to Rise Makes a Kid Leaner
October 1st, 2011

Early to bed and early to rise” appears to have helped a cross-section of early-bird Australian youths keep slimmer and more physically active than their night-owl peers, even though both groups got the same amount of sleep.


Magic Mushrooms’ Magic
October 1st, 2011

A single high dose of the hallucinogen psilocybin, the active ingredient in so-called “magic mushrooms,” was enough to bring about a measureable personality change lasting at least a year in nearly 60 percent of the 51 participants in a new study, according to the Johns Hopkins researchers who conducted it.


Utilitarian Philosopher or Con Artist? Or Both?
October 1st, 2011

A study conducted by Daniel Bartels, Columbia Business School, Marketing, and David Pizarro, Cornell University, Psychology found that people who endorse actions consistent with an ethic of utilitarianism—the view that what is the morally right thing to do is whatever produces the best overall consequences—tend to possess psychopathic and Machiavellian personality traits.


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