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Vitamin D Promotes Weight Loss

A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Minnesota found that overweight people have better success in losing weight...

Coke Even Makes Their Bottles Out of Sugar

In what’s surely an attempt to spite high fructose corn syrup haters everywhere, Coke has redesigned their plastic bottle to contain...

Calcium and Vitamin D Supplements Reduce the Risk of Bone Fractures in Everyone, Young and Old

S. L. Baker NaturalNews In recent years, Big Pharma has produced a variety of widely hyped bisphosphonate drugs including alendronate...

Acupuncture Improves Sex Drive and Decreases Hot Flashes

Mike Adams NaturalNews A recent study conducted by Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan revealed that acupuncture has even more benefits than...

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Have Anti-Aging Effect on Cells

S. L. Baker NaturalNews As NaturalNews has previously reported, omega-3s, the fatty acids found primarily in cold water fish like salmon,...

Low-Carb Diet Effective at Lowering Blood Pressure

In a head-to-head comparison, two popular weight loss methods proved equally effective at helping participants lose significant amounts of...

Shocking Stories From Pregnant Women Who Have Had Miscarriages After Taking The Swine Flu Vaccine

U.S. health authorities have made pregnant women one of the highest priority groups for getting the H1N1 swine flu vaccine, but is it...

Tobacco Linked to Mental Illness

by Christine Ross We all know tobacco can cause lung cancer and heart disease. And we know the mass media suppressed this knowledge for...

Compact Fluorescent Lights Dumping Mercury Directly into Landfills

Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs have become all the rage over the past several years, touted by many as the preferable...

US reseachers create “vaccines” against anthrax and black plague using plants for low cost distribution to “mass populations”

A University of Central Florida biomedical researcher has developed what promises to be the first low-cost dual vaccine against malaria and...

Nanovaccines under development, reports BBC

Nano device targets artery damage A molecule designed to find, latch onto, then treat hardened arteries could offer a new way to tackle...

Trafficking in Raw Milk

After illegal drugs, raw milk — milk that’s unpasteurized and unhomogenized, just as it comes out of the cow — may be the...

Estrogen in the Fight Against Schizophrenia

Many American women are prescribed estrogen to combat the negative effects of menopause, such as bone loss and mood swings. Now, new...

Stress Hormone Key To Alcohol Dependence

A team of scientists from The Scripps Research Institute has found that a specific stress hormone, the corticotropin-releasing factor...

H1N1 Duke Death Cluster With H274Y and D225G/N

In the USA outbreak, which involved four severely immuno-compromised patients, cases occurred in a two-week period between mid-October and...

Fluctuating Blood Glucose Levels May Affect Decision Making

Barbara Isanski Would you choose to receive a small amount of money today or a larger sum next month? We know that it is worth it to wait...

Researchers Identify Universal Emotions

Craig Brierley Here’s a piece of research that might leave you tickled: laughter is a universal language, according to new research....

Lynn Gilderdale’s distressing diary shows that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME can be real and catastrophic

Andrew M Brown The Times today publishes Lynn Gilderdale’s own account of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or ME that she had suffered...

Questioning the Purity of Organic Cotton

A battle is brewing over identifying clothing as being made of “organic” cotton when it contains strains of genetically modified cotton...

Scientists Achieve First Rewire of Genetic Switches

Researchers in Manchester have successfully carried out the first rewire of genetic switches, creating what could be a vital tool for the...

Changes in Body Fluid Odors Indicate Presence of Lung Cancer Tumors

New animal research from scientists at the Monell Center and collaborators demonstrates that body fluid odors can be used to identify...

Reduced Fertility Linked To Flame Retardant Exposure

Women with higher blood levels of PBDEs, a type of flame retardant commonly found in household consumer products, took longer to become...

Fears grow as study shows genetically modified crops ‘can cause liver and kidney damage’

Fresh fears were raised over GM crops yesterday after a study showed they can cause liver and kidney damage. According to the research,...

How running jogs your memory by creating new brain cells

By Tamara Cohen We all know running is good for your body.  But it can also do wonders for the mind, according to Cambridge University...

H1N1 School Closings in Donetsk Ukraine

With regard to the incidence of seasonal flu and SARS, the incidence rate in the region has reached the epidemic threshold (53.2%), noted...

Obesity drug used by 86,000 patients is suspended over heart attack fears

By Daniel Martin and Jenny Hope Tens of thousands of patients have been ordered to stop taking a popular fat-busting drug suspected of...

U.S. Birth Weights on the Decline

Thirteen-pound babies may make headlines, but they aren’t the norm. In fact, U.S. infants are getting smaller, according to...

GE Attempts to Silence Doctor Who Warned About Dangers of Medical Imaging Drug

(NaturalNews) GE Healthcare, a British subsidiary of multinational giant General Electric, is suing Henrik Thomsen, a senior radiologist...

Appendicitis may be triggered by a viral infection

By Jenny Hope A flu-like virus could be the hidden cause of appendicitis, scientists claim. Although one in ten of us will experience the...

WHO slams swine flu critics as ‘irresponsible’

By Frank Jordans The World Health Organization on Monday slammed as “irresponsible” critics who claim swine flu is a fake...

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