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Just Being A Picky Eater Now Qualifies For An Eating Disorder
November 30, 2010 | JunkScience
Big pharma's never ending pursuit of medicalizing society has a new disease they would like to push on the public. Researchers want to label very picky eaters as having selective eating disorder (SED). Perhaps every child on the planet will soon have SED.

Apple-Shaped Women Have a Higher Disease Risk
November 30, 2010 | YourWeight
The common perception has been that having a higher percentage of body fat protects against the bone-wasting disease. But US researchers found that overweight women with lots of fat around their abdomens, as opposed to pear-shaped women with more fat on their hips and legs, were at greater risk of osteoporosis and other diseases.

Preposterous Actions By Scientists Call For Food Rationing To Reduce Carbon Emissions
November 30, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Draconian measures by climate change pseudoscientists are now threatening mankind on another level. They're calling for Second World War-style rationing in countries to bring down carbon emissions.

More Than 10% of Couples Worldwide Are Now Infertile
November 30, 2010 | Fertility
Reduced male fertility may be making it even harder for couples to conceive and be contributing to low birth rates in many countries, reveals a new European Science Foundation (ESF) report launching at the IPSEN meeting in Paris.

Enhance Your Mood: Watch Your Winter Vitamin D Status
November 29, 2010 | Sunlight
The likelihood of having depression is significantly increased in people with deficient level of vitamin D, compared with people with adequate levels of the sunshine vitamin, says a new study.

Being Too Clean is Making Us Sick
November 29, 2010 | Lifestyle
Rising levels of allergic asthma and eczema in North American children have Canadian scientists wondering if there is such a thing as being "too clean." "We see auto-immune diseases like asthma and eczema increasing rapidly in North American children, but we don't see the same effect in children in the developing world," says Dr. B. Brett Finlay, a Professor in the Michael Smith Laboratories at the University of British Columbia.

It's Time To Experience Our Multi-Dimensional Lives
November 29, 2010 | Consciousness
Though most of us operate from our periphery, often saying and doing things spontaneously, without thinking or planning, we are all eventually guided by our centre. What is our centre?

2 Types of Training Defeats Diabetes
November 29, 2010 | Diabetes
Type 2 diabetics can significantly lower their blood sugar - and lose body fat in the bargain - with an exercise program that combines aerobics and weight lifting, a new study reports.

Europe Bans Baby Bottles with Bisphenol-A
November 26, 2010 | Toxins
Europe on Thursday banned baby bottles containing the chemical Bisphenol-A as of early next year over fears it may harm the health of children throughout the EU's half a billion population.

More Evidence Being Revealed on Health Benefits of Astaxanthin
November 26, 2010 | Antioxidants
The potential health benefits for astaxanthin, the pink pigment that gives salmon its color, range from possible risk reduction of metabolic syndrome to improved skin health, says a new review.

Less Refined Starch and More Protein Important For Weight Loss
November 26, 2010 | YourWeight
Researchers at the Faculty of Life Sciences (LIFE), University of Copenhagen, can now unveil the results of the world's largest diet study: If you want to lose weight, you should maintain a diet that is high in proteins, low-fat dairy products and beans and fewer finely refined starch calories such as white bread and white rice. With this diet, most people can also eat until they are full without counting calories and without gaining weight.

Creating Conscious Change
November 26, 2010 | Consciousness
The tides of globalization and rapid change are producing a new class of people - confident, creative, tech-savvy and ferociously upwardly mobile. Even so, it is worth examining how many people believe deep in their hearts that they are indeed the makers of their own destiny, and how many even aspire to that type of independence.

Which Medical Device Causes 30,000 Cancer Cases Each Year?
November 25, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
Computed tomography (CT or CAT) scans help doctors detect everything from kidney stones to tumors. That's partly because CT scans yield much higher resolution images than conventional medical x-rays. The downside is that they also expose the patient to sometimes thousands of times the amount of radiation of a medical regular x-ray.

Stick To Orange and Dark Green Vegetables For a Longer Life
November 25, 2010 | Nutrition
Eating lots of orange and dark green veggies such as carrots, sweet potatoes and green beans may be tied to less disease and longer life, suggests a new study.

A Spoonful of Vinegar a Day Helps Your Heart
November 25, 2010 | Antioxidants
A spoonful or two of vinegar a day may boost your levels of good cholesterol.

Here Is Why You Should Snack
November 25, 2010 | Lifestyle
While going on an eating binge by snacking on unhealthy foods will only lead to an expanding waistline, having healthy snacks during the day will keep you fit - mentally and physically. Here's how...

Big Pharma Issues Another Fear Alert: Long-Lasting Coughs This Winter Could Be Lung Cancer
November 24, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
Pharmacists have been asked by their professional body to pick out people with persistent problems and urge them to see their doctor this winter for coughs which they claim could indicate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or cancer.

Vaccine Challenge: Has a True Controlled Study on a Vaccine Ever Been Done?
November 24, 2010 | Vaccines
The most controlled tests of drugs never meet adequate standards of science. There are flaws and gaps and holes. How should a controlled trial be done?

Tomato Juice Reduces Osteoporosis
November 24, 2010 | Antioxidants
Tomato juice can significantly increase the presence of cell-protecting antioxidants that help to fight against osteoporosis, according to new research.

Electromagnetic Radiation in Our Society is Killing Plants and Trees
November 23, 2010 | EMF
City plants and trees are becoming sick from wireless radiation from local area networks and mobile phones, according to a European study.

More and More People Are Shunning The Flu Vaccine
November 23, 2010 | Vaccines
More people are shunning the seasonal flu vaccine this winter as millions are becoming wise to the dangers of and ineffectiveness of the flu jab.

Predictability Increases The Minds Efficiency
November 23, 2010 | MentalHealth
Like musical compression saves space on your mp3 player, the human brain has ways of recoding sounds to save precious processing power.

Three Vaccines at Once: U.K Government Proposes a "Super Vaccination" Day For Babies
November 22, 2010 | Vaccines
According to the U.K. Government, toddlers as young one are to be inoculated with three injections for six diseases at once in a bid to boost vaccination rates, the Government revealed yesterday.

Truth is One and Simple, But The Paths To It Are Many and Complicated
November 22, 2010 | Consciousness
Nature is meaningful. However, its meaning is read differently by different kinds of people. A poet's expression of nature is different from the way a scientist interprets it. Both, however, try to see the truth in it. Truth is one and simple, but the paths to it are many and complicated. Each of these paths presents nature's variety.

Why You Need to Sleep Late To Restore Your Brain Power
November 22, 2010 | Sleep
Sleep is as important to health as food and water, and we should stop feeling guilty for allotting time for our bodies to rest, recharge and regenerate.

Blueberries Improve Blood Pressure
November 22, 2010 | Antioxidants
Supplementing the diet with wild blueberries may reduce blood pressure, suggests a new study with hypertensive rats.

Are You Electrosensitive? Is Wi-Fi Dangerous To Your Health?
November 19, 2010 | EMF
The negative health effects of electromagnetic fields on biological tissue are very real although it remains highly controversial mostly due to the influence of the technology sector. However, virtually all scientists agree that more research is necessary to determine safe or dangerous levels. It's like one big human experiment which we won't know the results of for several decades. Now, with the increasing proliferation of wireless handheld and portable devices, it is literally impossible to escape EMFs in any major city.

Bill Gates: Register Every Birth by Cellphone To Ensure Vaccination, Control Population Growth
November 19, 2010 | Vaccines
On the tails of a recent TED conference where Bill Gates stated that vaccines need to be used to reduce world population figures, he added more to this insanity last week with a keynote address at the mHealth Summit, an annual gathering whose supposedly focuses on improving health care through mobile technology.

Consciousness As a Seer
November 19, 2010 | Consciousness
If the eye is the seer the objects around is the seen. Similarly, to the mind, the eye is seer and the sense organ of vision is the seen. For true consciousness, which is the seer, the mind becomes the seen.

Enzyme Therapy is Far More Powerful and Natural Than Chemotherapy To Treat Cancer
November 19, 2010 | Alternative
The embryologist Dr. John Beard proposed in 1906 that pancreatic proteolytic digestive enzymes represent the body's main defense against cancer, and that enzyme therapy would be useful as a treatment for all types of cancer.

Dangers of Pasteurization and Homogenization
November 18, 2010 | Nutrition
When certain procedures go unquestioned, we accept them as being "just the way things are." But pasteurization and homogenization denature foods. They alter the chemical structure of food, make fats rancid, destroy nutrients and result in the formation of free radicals in the body. The fact is everything we know about cow's milk and dairy is probably part of a dairy industry myth.

Aged Garlic Can Improve Your Blood Pressure
November 18, 2010 | Antioxidants
Daily supplements of an aged garlic extract may reduce systolic blood pressure by 10.2 mmHg, suggests new data from Australia.

UN Warns That Food Prices May Rise Up to 20%
November 18, 2010 | Survival
The UN warned yesterday that food prices could rise by 10%-20% next year after poor harvests and an expected rundown of global reserves. More than 70 African and Asian countries will be the worst hit, said the Food and Agricultural Organisation in its monthly report.

Why Your Room Needs To Be Completely Dark When Sleeping
November 18, 2010 | Sleep
Sleeping in anything other than a completely dark room could lead to depression, research suggests.

Big Pharma Plots To Create A One-Shot Flu Vaccine For Life
November 17, 2010 | Vaccines
Big pharma's next conception for vaccines involves a flu shot that is given once in a lifetime, which they claim will provide a lifetime of immunity.

Prevent 24 Illnesses With Just a Daily Walk
November 17, 2010 | Prevention
It takes only 30 minutes a day but could cut your risk of falling victim to up to two dozen illnesses, including dementia and cancer.

You Are What Your Mother Eats
November 17, 2010 | Lifestyle
The old aphorism "you are what you eat" doesn't go far enough, a new study finds. You may also be whatever your mother eats.

There is So Much Power in Words
November 17, 2010 | Consciousness
Words, especially from those we consider leaders, can guide us or deceive us, make us knowledgeable or ignorant, violent or peaceful, sad or joyful, wise or foolish. Words give birth to ideas, which in turn create powerful emotions, which rule the hearts of men and women, who then can act constructively or destructively, for justice or injustice.

Do People Who Are Overweight Have a Greater Sense of Smell?
November 16, 2010 | HumanBody
People who are overweight have a greater sense of smell for food, a study has found. Researchers from the University of Portsmouth say their early findings may go towards explaining why some people struggle to stay slim.

Are Doctors Neglecting This Essential Test For Expectant Mothers
November 16, 2010 | Pregnancy
Attention expectant moms: are you getting enough of this one essential vitamin?If the answer is no, you could be putting you life at risk.

Replenishing Neural Stem Cells: How To Change Your Brain
November 16, 2010 | HumanBody
The human brain is not limited to the neurons it is born with, or even the neurons that fill in after the explosion of brain development in early childhood.

Iris Scanners: Is the "Total Control Society" Here?
November 16, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
In the future, whether it's entering your home, opening your car, entering your workspace, getting a pharmacy prescription refilled, or having your medical records pulled up, everything will come off that unique key that is your iris. Every person, place, and thing on this planet will be connected [to the iris system] within the next 10 years.

Genetically Modified Chocolate? What's Left?
November 15, 2010 | GMO
A recent foreign survey has uncovered the shocking truth, apparently, that women think about chocolate more than sex! Will women think the same way in the future once they realize that the majority of the world's chocolate has been genetically modified?

Low Dose Radiation From X-Rays and Diagnostic Tools Boosts Death From Cardiovascular Disease
November 15, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
Exposure to low-dose ionizing radiation increases risk of cardiovascular death, a study published in 2009 in International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health suggests.

Poor Sleep Quality Linked To Higher Levels of Inflammation
November 15, 2010 | Sleep
People who sleep poorly or do not get enough sleep have higher levels of inflammation, a risk factor for heart disease and stroke, researchers have found.

Lack of Sunshine and Low Vitamin D Doubles Your Risk of Stroke
November 15, 2010 | Sunlight
Low levels of vitamin D, the essential nutrient obtained from sunlight, doubles the risk of stroke according to a new report by researchers at Johns Hopkins.

Equation Calculates Cost of Walking For The First Time
November 12, 2010 | Fitness
Any parent that takes their kid out for a walk knows that children tire more quickly than adults, but why is that? Do kids and small adults walk differently from taller people or do they tire faster for some other reason?

Is This Evidence That We Can See The Future?
November 12, 2010 | TheUniverse
Extraordinary claims don't come much more extraordinary than this: events that haven't yet happened can influence our behaviour.

Vegan Bodybuilder Debunks Protein Deficiency Myth
November 12, 2010 | Nutrition
Robert Cheeke, president of Vegan Bodybuilding and Fitness, dispels the common myth that plant-based diets are inherently low in protein. Additionally, he provides tips on where to find high sources of protein and how to maintain a healthy diet for your lifestyle.

Human's Have A Sixth Taste For Fat
November 12, 2010 | Nutrition
An Australian study has revealed that humans have a sixth taste by which they can detect fat.

The Coke Machine: The Dirty Truth Behind The World's Favorite Soft Drink Revealed
November 11, 2010 | JunkFood
Coke is the most valuable brand in history and "Coca-Cola" is the world's second-most recognized word after "hello." But is the Coca-Cola Company really practicing what they preach? Or is the real story of Coke one of clever marketing and public relations covering up a history of environmental harm, violence, union-busting, and health endangerment?

Why Herbs Are Vital To A Healthy Balance
November 11, 2010 | Herbs
The value of herbs to our lives and to our health cannot be overstated, since our ancestors first walked the earth, herbs have formed the basis of medicine chests, cosmetics bowls, culinary spice jars, perfume vials and dye pots.

Cold Fusion May Be The Future of Energy
November 11, 2010 | Nanotechnology
If cold fusion energy can be utilized in the future for efficient energy consumption, it will replace almost all of the energy used by mankind, and it will reduce air and water pollution drastically.

The Health Risks of Indoor Swimming Pools
November 11, 2010 | Toxins
Swimming can be great exercise, but be careful where you dive in, especially indoor pools.

Get Your Essential Nutrients From 100% Juice
November 10, 2010 | Antioxidants
With so few of us consuming the recommended amounts of fruit each day, finding quick and simple ways to add additional fruit servings - and the important nutrients they provide - is more critical than ever.

Fighting Fluroide
November 10, 2010 | Toxins
The battle for and against fluoridation of the public water supply has entered a new phase. Rather than grapple with community-level politics and local referendums on this matter, they are increasingly targeting state legislators and are pushing for statewide mandates to fluoridate the public water supply.

New Pro-Vaccination 'Study' is Rehash of Pharma Propaganda
November 10, 2010 | Vaccines
After failing miserably to panic a wary public into buying the Great 2009 Swine Flu 'Pandemic' hoax, propaganda shills for the pharmaceutical industry have now apparently reverted to more traditional schemes of deception in the face of mounting "vaccine resistance" (as the pharma shills like to call it). A university 'study' is one such tried and true vehicle.

A Meaningful Question
November 10, 2010 | Consciousness
A seeker is worried that he is unable to ask a meaningful question. But the day you can ask a meaningful question, you will find the meaningful answer within yourself. A meaningful question carries as a shadow the meaningful answer.

Why Do We Still Persist With Daylight Savings Time?
November 9, 2010 | JunkScience
For nearly a century, about 70 nations have been springing forward and falling back, and this year was no different. Daylight saving time (DST) is defined by the practice of temporarily advancing clocks during the summertime so that afternoons have more daylight and mornings have less. So what are the benefits in the winter?

Dangerous Chemicals in Food Wrappers Are Migrating Into Our Food
November 9, 2010 | Toxins
University of Toronto scientists have found that chemicals used to line junk food wrappers and microwave popcorn bags are migrating into food and being ingested by people where they are contributing to chemical contamination observed in blood.

Research Into Teen Sex Habits Reveals Surprising Findings
November 9, 2010 | Sex
Females are more likely to have an unprotected first sexual encounter than their male counterparts.

Reflexology More Powerful Than Most Medications
November 9, 2010 | Alternative
Stress, insomnia, digestive problems, joint pain, menopausal flushes and memory loss: all of these are common conditions that can be hard to treat, leaving sufferers in despair.

Health Freedom: It's Not Just About Health Any More...
November 8, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Times were simpler, back when we could just take our concerns to our elected representatives to be ignored.But thanks to Canada's "international obligations", it won't be long beforewe can't even decide to take a particular vitamin unless a committee of foreign bureaucrats tells Health Canada it's okay, and our representatives, our opinions, and our votes will become redundant.

Zumba Fitness: The Wonders of An Amazing Fitness Trend
November 8, 2010 | Fitness
Zumba is a trade name for a dance fitness program created by dancer and choreographer Perez in Colombia during the 1990s. The program combines Latin and international music with dance in an effort to make exercise fun. ZUMBA classes are offered through licensed instructors in more than 90,000 fitness center locations in 110 countries with ten million participants.

14 Myths About Sleep
November 8, 2010 | Sleep
Do you drag yourself awake every day? Read this before you go to bed'll thank us in the morning!

10 Signs You're Overtraining
November 8, 2010 | Fitness
Overtraining is a physical, behavioral, and emotional condition that occurs when the volume and intensity of an individual's exercise exceeds their recovery capacity. They cease making progress, and can even begin to lose strength and fitness. Overtraining is a common problem in weight training, but it can also be experienced by runners and other athletes.

Troubling Global Volcanic Activity on the Rise
November 5, 2010 | TheUniverse
Volcano watchers around the world are on high alert after a series of warnings and eruptions which could lead to greater catastrophes.

HPV Vaccine Mechanisms of Action in Women
November 5, 2010 | Vaccines
HPV Vaccine Mechanisms of Action in Women is a 63 page PDF document filled with research and documentation on issues that were not considered during HPV vaccine clinical trials - nor in any other vaccine or medical trial for that matter.

Study Says U.S. Obesity Rate Will Reach 42 Percent Before It Plateaus
November 5, 2010 | Obesity
Researchers at Harvard University say America's obesity epidemic won't plateau until at least 42 percent of adults are obese, an estimate derived by applying mathematical modeling to 40 years of Framingham Heart Study data.

Social Stress Makes You Fat
November 5, 2010 | Obesity
Social stress could lead to heart disease by causing the body to deposit more fat in the abdominal cavity and could also speed up harmful plaque build-up in blood vessels, according to new research.

Processed People: Genetically Modified and Processed Foods Have Become Ubiquitous in Our Food Supply
November 4, 2010 | GMO
You may not know it, but genetically modified and processed foods are everywhere. The odds are excellent that you've already eaten something made with at least one genetically modified ingredient today, and you probably had no idea! But it is important to know this because, despite what food manufacturers would have us believe, it's not safe to assume that they are safe.

Public Health Official: Ban Unvaccinated Children From Schools To Ensure Higher Vaccine Uptake
November 4, 2010 | Vaccines
A disturbing claim from one public health official is proving to be very controversial regarding vaccines and the school system. Children who haven't had the MMR jab should be banned from schools, according to a leading doctor.

How Positive Well-Being and Meditation Are Linked To Advanced Cellular Health
November 4, 2010 | MentalHealth
Positive psychological changes that occur during meditation training are associated with greater telomerase activity, according to researchers at the University of California, Davis, and the University of California, San Francisco.

Incredible New Study Shows Natural Foods Rich In Nitrates Increase Brain Blood Flow
November 4, 2010 | Antioxidants
Increased intake of nitrate rich foods - such as beet juice - increases blood flow to key areas of the brain in older adults, possibly improving mental function and reducing the progression of age related cognitive decline and dementia.

Bet You Didn't Think Cinnamon Could Do This?
November 3, 2010 | Antioxidants
As one of the oldest known spices, cinnamon may merit a place in your medicine cabinet as well as in your spice rack.

Canadian City Says No To Fluoride
November 3, 2010 | Toxins
It won by the thinnest of margins, but the majority of voter in the Canadian city of Waterloo have decided to turn off the tap on water fluoridation for the first time since the practice started in 1967.

Suicide-by-Pesticide Rankings
November 3, 2010 | Toxins
Some pesticides are more toxic to humans than previously thought and the World Health Organization should adjust its figures accordingly to reduce self-poisoning.

Black Raspberries Prevent Colon and Throat Cancer
November 3, 2010 | Antioxidants
Black raspberries are highly effective in preventing colorectal tumors and esophageal cancer in several rodent models of the disease.

Revolutionary Approach to Treating Burns And It's Done Remotely
November 2, 2010 | Consciousness
A global grassroots Burn Eradication Project called is proving, for the first time, that mainstream scientific methodology can be used via the unified field and the existence of a higher reality, that can be accessed, processed and manifested for our benefit in times of crisis. And it's all free.

Millions Are Prescribed Drugs They Don't Need
November 2, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
When your doctor prescribes a drug it means you really need it, right? Wrong! In fact, every year, millions are given medicine that's completely unnecessary or inappropriate.

Program Vows To Depopulate Drug Addicts and Pays People To Get Sterilized
November 2, 2010 | Drugs
A woman has spear-headed an organization to depopulate drug addicts by paying women with drug or alcohol addictions to stop having kids.

Using Quantum Physics To Return To Our Original Blueprint
November 2, 2010 | Consciousness
Quantum K offers a free healing experience to take a step forward on your personal healing journey, whether it be physical, mental or energetic. This unique experience is based on the combination of sound, colour, fractal geometry, harmonics and symbols.

What To Reduce Your Frequency and Severity To Colds? Physical Fitness May Hold The Key
November 2, 2010 | Fitness
People who are physically fit and active have fewer and milder colds, indicates research published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Will Diabetes Drugs Soon Be Used As Vaccine Adjuvants?
November 1, 2010 | JunkScience
It seems there's an endless number of sequels to the reversal of reality, especially when the media presentations are courtesy of big pharma. We've all heard that mercury and cell phone radiation are good for us from the gamut of so-called scientists. Remember, good is bad and bad is good. Now another pseudo-scientific study claims that insulin-sensitizing drugs stimulate the body's immune system.

Atmospheric Geoengineering - What in the World Are They Spraying?
November 1, 2010 | Geoengineering
Much suspicion has been aroused by unusual cloud formations and abnormal jet trails in the upper atmosphere over the past decade. However, it has proved extremely difficult to obtain any information about the phenomenon from official sources. When challenged, the normal answer is "nothing unusual is happening."

Losing Sleep is Worse For Extroverts
November 1, 2010 | Sleep
Outgoing people appear to suffer worse from the effects of lack of sleep, US army researchers suggest.

Yes, Morning Is The Best Time To Exercise
November 1, 2010 | Fitness
Listen up night owls. There are many reasons why you should exercise in the morning and not late in the evenings as some have suggested.


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