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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...

Vaccination is NOT Immunization

A Book Review of Tim O’Shea’s “Sanctity of Human Blood: Vaccination is Not Immunization” by Marjorie Tietjen It is...

Scientific Research Ignored By The Medical Industry Still Remains Undisputed

By Emjae Johnson Research that is “undisputed” is evidence that is accepted as truth. Have you ever wondered why undisputed...

Chemical Found in Green Tea ‘Could Help Treat Leukaemia’

By Kate Devlin Scientists found that high doses of a chemical found in the drink could kill cancer cells and reduce symptoms of the...

Things You Might Notice if Big Pharma Built Cars

There is no business like Big Pharma.  Their profits are obscene,  customer service is non-existent and abuse of the system is rampant. ...

Treatment for Common Cancer Can Make Fingerprints Disappear

Sam Lister Patients undergoing a common treatment for cancer are being warned to carry medical documentation when travelling abroad because...

A Call for WHO to Upgrade to Level 6

“Thus, the efforts of WHO to deny phase 6, and misplaced surveillance efforts which target international travel, will accelerate the...

Sea Salt & Water – Spring Cleaning for Your Nose

By Christopher Wanjek, The sight of colorful spring flowers and blossoms after a long, cold winter might bring tears to your eyes — along...

Bill Moyers on Single Payer

Over the last few weeks,  Max Baucus,  Senator from Montana,  has treated us to an earful of health care overhaul.  At the table were...

The Life and Life of Billy Best

Mike Adams If there’s one thing that cancer doctors and health authorities can’t stand, it’s being wrong. And in the case of...

Scientists Identify Genes Behind Ageing Process

Scientists have identified genes which control the ageing process in findings which could lead to new drugs to prevent illnesses from heart...

Swine Flu Is Spreading Wider Than Official Data Show

May 25 (Bloomberg) — Swine flu is spreading more widely than official figures indicate, with outbreaks in Europe and Asia showing...

Vitamin D May Help Keep Aging at Bay

High levels of vitamin D might help keep the brain healthy as people age, new research suggests. For the study, which included more than...

Study Finds High-Fructose Corn Syrup Contains Mercury

Almost half of tested samples of commercial high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) contained mercury, which was also found in nearly a third of 55...

Table Salt vs. Unrefined Sea Salt – A Primer

An Ounce of Salt Was Once Worth an Ounce of Gold “Only 7% of  refined salt goes for food; the other 93% goes to industry. Industry...

Kuwait: Swine flu cases detected among US soldiers

KUWAIT CITY – Several swine flu cases have been detected among U.S. soldiers passing through Kuwait, officials said Saturday. The...

Examining Ethics to Fight Food Fraud

By Caroline Scott-Thomas There has been a rash of food fraud scandals recently, including Chinese-manufactured melamine-tainted infant...

Genetic Analysis of Swine Flu Virus Released

Components have existed for years but are combined in a new way By Tina Hesman Saey SWINE FLU VIRUS. Seen is a 3-D image of the H1N1 swine...

Horrors of Vaccination Exposed

A book published in 1920 and found on SCRIBD. True then,  true today.  The only things that have changed are the players and the...

WHO Warns of Double Influenza Threat as South Hemisphere Enters Winter

MANILA, May 22 (Xinhua) — The spread of the influenza A/H1N1 virus may pick up in the Asia Pacific region with the onset of southern...

A-H1N1 Synthetic Flu May Be Test For H5N1

“The fear is that once a vaccination against AH1N1 is started, the virus will re-assort itself into a hybrid H1N1/H5N1 strain or...

Warning as swine flu surges past 10,000 mark

GENEVA: The global swine flu caseload has reached the 10,000 mark and the crisis has escalated in Asia, despite stringent government...

‘Gender-Bending’ Fear Over Plastic Drinks Bottles

By Jenny Hope Drink from plastic bottles can raise the body’s levels of a controversial ‘gender-bending’ chemical by more than two...

Some Older People May Be Immune to Swine Flu

Past Exposure to Other Variants of H1N1 May Be Protective, CDC Says By TODD NEALE May 21, 2009 Older adults might have some pre-existing...

Health Authorities Ready to Limit Flu Drug Use

By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) – The two drugs used to treat influenza should be used carefully and only when needed for the...

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US Demands Royalties on Influenza A(H1N1) Mexican Swine Flu Vaccine

Thousands More Fall Ill as Pandemic Spreads “Poor countries argued they should have access to the resulting vaccines, especially if...

WHO chief warns H1N1 swine flu likely to worsen

* Chan says H1N1 could mutate in “unpredictable ways” * Japan relaxes flu measures, but prepares big aid project * U.S. gives...

USDA Continues to Expose U.S. to Unnecessary Risk

17th BSE-Infected Cow is Canada’s 10th Born After March 1, 1999 May 16, 2009 Billings, Mont. – On Friday, May 15, 2009, the Canadian...

Why Do People With Down Syndrome Have Less Cancer?

Most cancers are rare in people with Down syndrome, whose overall cancer mortality is below 10 percent of that in the general population....

Yet More Reasons to Avoid Aspartame

From Dr. Betty Martini 5-21-9 The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) announced April 20, 2009: …”on the basis of all the...

Fears Raised of Swine Flu Mutating with MRSA

By Alastair Jamieson The drug-resistant infection triggers a form of pneumonia in those weakened by viruses such as swine flu and kills...

CDC Finds Patterns in Novel Flu Hospitalizations

“Though the patients who needed prolonged intensive care were more likely to be very young, be very old, or have a debilitating...

Doctors Warn: Avoid Genetically Modified Food

By Jeffrey M. Smith On May 19th, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) called on “Physicians to educate their patients,...

1300 Girls Harmed by HPV Vaccines in UK; Bizarre Side Effects Like Paralysis and Epilepsy

David Gutierrez More than 1,300 girls in the United Kingdom have experienced negative reactions to the government-mandated Cervarix vaccine...

WHO Confirms 9,830 A/H1N1 Cases in 40 Countries

GENEVA, May 19 (Xinhua) — The A/H1N1 influenza virus has caused a total of 9,830 human infections in 40 countries, including 79...

Toddler’s Death Stokes Flu Concerns

By Sewell Chan AND Karen Zraick Updated, 9:23 p.m. | New York City health authorities investigated the death of a 16-month-old child as a...

Breast Cancer Diagnosed In 10-Year-Old California Girl

Washington (dbTechno) – Breast cancer has been diagnosed in a 10-year-old California girl.   The 10-year-old is the youngest girl...

Japan Acts to Contain Swine Flu Outbreak

TOKYO — Japan rushed to contain a widening outbreak of swine flu on Monday as global health ministers met in Geneva to discuss vaccine...

Nine Noxious Eats – Only in America

From fries drenched in salad dressing to cheeseburgers mashed between glazed donuts, Americans are not known for always possessing the most...

Women Menstruation Genes Found

Scientists say they have begun to crack the genetic code that helps determine when a girl becomes a woman.  A UK-led team located two...