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Eating Healthy Food Is Now Considered A Disease!

Eating disorder charities are reporting a rise in the number of people suffering from what they believe is a serious psychological condition characterised by...

Airport body scanners ‘could give you cancer’, warns expert

Full body scanners at airports could increase your risk of skin cancer, experts warn. The X-ray machines have been brought in at Manchester, Gatwick...

Combo Vaccine Raises Risk of Fever-Related Seizures in Kids

Toddlers who receive the combination MMRV (measles, mumps, rubella and varicella) vaccine are at higher risk of having a febrile seizure a week to...

FDA: Airline Food Fails To Meet Health Standards

Many Americans fear for their safety while flying, scared of the possibility of something going wrong with the plane's maintenance. It turns out, however, the...

Rising maternal mortality rate causes alarm, calls for action

After a difficult pregnancy, weeks of bed rest and an emergency cesarean section, Liz Logelin got only a quick peek at her daughter before...

Will Merck’s Gardasil HPV Vaccine be its Next Vioxx?

During the same four year period while NHTSA was collecting crash data on Toyota's lemons, the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) Vaccine Adverse Events...

Doctors’ Group Fights a Bill That Would Ease Restrictions on Midwives

Amy Paulin, now a New York State assemblywoman pushing for more independence for midwives, was 27 when she became pregnant with her first child...

Controversial Pesticide Worries Scientists

Odds are most supermarket strawberries come from California — that's where 90 percent of the berries are produced. And if the strawberries are not...

State ‘child-napping’ escalates to international court

The state-sponsored "child-napping" of a Swedish boy because his parents were homeschooling him is being escalated to the European Court of Human Rights, which...

Bio-Cellular Analysis – What This Important Test Can do For You!

All of the Health Freedom Alliance members and associates are fanatical proponents of natural unadulterated supplements. But what happens when our supplementation actually works against...

85 per cent of childrens drinks contain lead exceeding federal limits

It's a little hard to swallow: more than 85 percent of kids' drinks contain so much lead they may exceed federal limits for young...

The Largest Clinical Study Ever Conducted On Treating Depression With Omega-3 Shows Encouraging Results

The use of Omega-3 supplements is effective among patients with major depression who do not have anxiety disorders, according to a study directed by...

Research Suggests Link Between IVF Treatments And Autism

The first "test tube baby" was born in 1978. With advances in reproductive science, an estimated one percent of all American babies are now...

Coffee and Cancer Risk: Java Junkies Less Likely to Get Tumors, Study Says

Evidence is brewing that coffee can prevent cancer. The latest study shows that java junkies are significantly less likely to develop head and neck...

Who’s Minding the Drugstore?

FEDERAL regulators decided last year that a national television commercial promoting a drug called Prevacid was misleading viewers by failing to make clear that...

Potential cancer drug found in Australian rainforest

A potential cancer drug developed from an Australian rainforest plant is set to progress to human trials after fighting off inoperable tumours in pets,...

Canada Knocks Out Flu, U.S. Public Kept In The Dark

Canada the last four years totaled sixteen "flu-associated" fatalities for their paediatric age category, defined as everybody under 18, and this included all H1N1...

The 9 worst places for your health

Researchers in a wide variety of fields know that how you organize your environment — from where you stand in fitness class to the...

Seasonal Flu Vaccination Should Be Suspended For Healthy Children Under 5, Chief Medical Officer,...

Australia's Chief Medical Officer, Professor Jim Bishop AO, MD, MMed, MBBS, FRACP, FRCPA announced that after considering the results to date of a comprehensive...

Monsanto sues Oakhurst Dairy over advertising

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Oakhurst Dairy Inc. is being sued by Monsanto Co., which alleges that Oakhurst's marketing campaign that touts its milk as...

Increased Risk Of Cancer With Blood Pressure Medications

University Hospitals Case Medical Center cardiologists have uncovered new research showing an increased risk of cancer with a group of blood pressure medications...

Do You Suffer From Sexsomnia?

Sexsomnia was reported by almost eight percent of patients at a sleep disorders center and was more common in men than women, according to...

‘Dirty dozen’ produce carries more pesticide residue

If you're eating non-organic celery today, you may be ingesting 67 pesticides with it, according to a new report from the Environmental Working Group. The...

NC Panel OKs Toxic Teflon Chemical in Drinking Water

Washington, D.C. –North Carolinians could be exposed to much higher concentrations of a notorious Teflon chemical than the rest of the country under a...

Secret chemicals revealed in celebrity perfumes, teen body sprays

San Francisco - A new analysis reveals that top-selling fragrance products—from Britney Spears’ Curious and Hannah Montana Secret Celebrity to Calvin Klein Eternity and...

Toxic chemicals finding their way into the womb

Five years ago Molly and Zachery Gray were in the midst of a dark, lonely spiral. It began with Molly's first miscarriage. "It was a...

Toxic glue used in supermarket food packaging ‘poses severe risk to health’

Supermarket food is at risk of being contaminated by a 'highly toxic' chemical found in the glue of packaging labels. The chemical, which is in...

FDA tests lipsticks, finds lead in all

We twist it, glide it, paint it on, and suddenly we feel attractive, composed, sexy and ready for the world. Drenched in shades of sangria,...

Is milk from grass-fed cows more heart-healthy?

If milk does the heart good, it might do the heart better if it comes from dairy cows grazed on grass instead of on...

Radical new twist in Ajinomoto vs Asda ‘nasty’ battle

The legal dispute between Ajinomoto and Asda over the right to call aspartame 'nasty' has taken a radical new turn following a Court of...

Breast Cancer Cells: Death By Peaches, Plums

Breast cancer cells - even the most aggressive type - died after treatments with peach and plum extracts in lab tests at Texas AgriLife...

Drugmakers Wash Painkillers Down The Drain

Pharmaceuticals turning up in streams and rivers have made headlines in recent years. Now for the first time in the U.S., researchers have shown...

Acupuncture may ease pain by triggering release of natural painkiller

Scientists have performed acupuncture on mice with sore paws to pinpoint how the ancient Chinese medical practice might alleviate pain in humans. After a...

Dental X-rays ‘could increase risk of thyroid cancer’

A new study has found repeated exposure to dental X-rays could be linked with an increased risk of developing thyroid cancer. In the largest study...

Obama’s USDA to deceive Americans over GM crops

Don't believe Monsanto's green-washing. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs), aren't meant to feed the world or survive the evermore frequent droughts and floods brought on...

Local Farmers: New Safety Regs Will Kill Us

E. coli is a major problem for the food industry and a risk to public health. Now, lawmakers are considering passing a law...