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Boosting Levels of Vitamin D ‘Could Cut Cancer by Up to 25%’

By Harcharan Chandhoke Giving everyone higher levels of vitamin D as part of a public health drive could cut the incidence of breast cancer...

New Warning on Hormone Replacement

By ANDREW POLLACK ORLANDO, Fla. — Hormone therapy taken by women to counter the effects of menopause can increase the risk of dying from...

How the Electromagnetic Field Can Influence Your Health

It is a commonplace that space can exert influence on man. The sun flares trigger health problems in certain persons susceptible to weather...

OZ Swine Flu Set to Take Off

“On Wednesday morning there were 50 confirmed cases of swine flu in Australia. By last night (approximately 36 hours later)  that...

What If’s And What Is’s

by Vermont Trotter Knowledge is a funny thing.  You approach it like a rock or a stump when you are out for a walk on the beach or out in...

St. Louis Misery – A mother fights for return of abducted child

The Court System of Missouri has had their brutal shackles coldly gripping the lives of Sonja De Vivo and her severed family for over a...

Using Less Pesticide May Kill More Cockroaches

Anne Harding Journal of Medical Entomology, May 2009 Wed, 27 May 2009 02:53 UTC New York – An innovative cockroach control strategy...

Selenium in Diet – Overview

From the University of Maryland Medical Center Selenium is an essential trace mineral. Small amounts of selenium are good for your health....

Eating Just Two Brazil Nuts a Day Ensures Adequate Selenium Levels

(NaturalNews) Brazil nuts are the best way to add selenium to your diet. A recent study at the University of Otago in New Zealand found...

Children Who Get Flu Vaccine Have 3 Times Risk of Hospitalization For Flu

(May 20, 2009) — The inactivated flu vaccine does not appear to be effective in preventing influenza-related hospitalizations in...