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The Top 10 Toxic Products You Don't Need
February 26, 2010 | Toxins
It's become so common in our culture to assume we need things - a lot of things. Over-consumption is not only a strain on our bank accounts and environment, it can also be harmful to our health. Whether there's a warning label or not (usually not), many of the things we buy have associated health risks.

Maximizing Poison Potential: Advisory Panel Calls for Flu Vaccine for Everybody
February 26, 2010 | Vaccines
If you thought only those at risk for of complications should get a yearly flu shot, think again. According to the corrupt officials of the Center For Disease Control's (CDC) advisory panel, everybody should get the flu shot.

We Need To Stop Circumcision
February 26, 2010 | HumanBody
In the weeks ahead, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) are likely to publish a recommendation that all infant boys undergo circumcision. This is a huge mistake. Circumcision is an unnecessary procedure that is painful and can lead to complications, including death. No organization in the world currently recommends this. Why should we routinely remove normal, functioning tissue from the genitals of little boys within days of their birth?

Exposure To Pesticides Increases
Risk of Underactive Thyroid

February 25, 2010 | Toxins
Exposure to certain types of pesticides could up the risk of thyroid disease in women, according to a new study of thousands of women married to licensed pesticide applicators.

Full Body Scanners Are A
Threat To Privacy And Health

February 25, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Full body scanners being introduced at airports to tighten security pose a serious health risk to passengers and raise concerns about privacy.

Three Simple Steps to Stopping Cancer
February 25, 2010 | Cancer
One of the most unfortunate developments in modern healthcare is that the practice of medicine has become the business of medicine. The goal is not to make people healthy. It is to make a profit.

Omega-3 Boosts Brain Function
February 25, 2010 | Antioxidants
Supplements of the omega-3 fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) may alter the function of the brain associated with working memory, according to results of a new study with healthy boys.

Unplug the Signal:
The Truth Will Not Be Televised

February 24, 2010 | JunkJournalism
Through television, the masses can be made to accept the most monstrous distortions of reality. The signal is a chill wind of continuous oppression over the minds of the masses. It controls the management of society and culture, creating uniformity across all subjects.

Antioxidants Helps Lower Diabetes Rates
February 24, 2010 | Antioxidants
Higher consumption of antioxidants in the diet in order to lower the rate of diabetes should be made a public health priority, according to a new study.

10 Minute Body Language:
Communicate With Confidence

February 24, 2010 | HumanBody
The secret to all communication is making your point clearly and effectively. Whether you are negotiating a pay rise or arguing with a loved one, you always need to make clear what it is that you’re saying. Your body is as important as your voice for doing this. How you carry and present yourself can make the difference between somebody merely letting your voice wash over them, or truly understanding and responding to you. Here are a few pointers to help you ensure that you say what you really want to say every time.

Canada to Approve Genetically
Modified Pigs For The Food Supply

February 24, 2010 | GMO
As if it wasn't bad enough that global warming has been exposed as a hoax, the Canadian government is now poised to approve eco-friendly genetically modified (GM) pigs for the food supply.

Why The Official Recommended
Intake for Vitamin D is Too Low

February 24, 2010 | Sunlight
Vitamin D has been a natural part of man's experience forever, and 90% of vitamin D is derived from solar ultraviolet-B (UVB) irradiance. The health effects of vitamin D can be and have been determined from a variety of studies including ecological, observational (case-control and cohort), and cross-sectional studies.

Yantras: Energy and Colour To Help Understand Our Existence
February 24, 2010 | Consciousness
There are several theories about the use of yantras – whether in terms of energy and colour, or their association with certain mantras. Understanding our existence could throw some light on mantras and their significance.

Your Emotional State Dictates
What You Will Buy, When and Where

February 24, 2010 | Lifestyle
Imagine getting a promotion and being publicly praised by the boss for your hard work. On the way home, do you buy a fancy watch or comfy couch?

Scientists Purport Myths of Predicting Effective Flu Vaccination Campaigns
February 23, 2010 | PandemicFlu
The latest brainwashing swill out of academia is a study published in Vaccine which makes claims of a new method that assesses the impact and cost-effectiveness of a range of vaccination options. The study is an excellent reminder of the biased intentions of the vaccine industrial complex to justify its malicious objectives in poisoning the population.

School Based Health Centers: How Big
Pharma Is Infiltrating Your Child's School

February 23, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
The U.S. federal government recently launched a new program in Denver designed to increase childhood vaccination rates. It is the first school-located program in the country to offer vaccines to all students.

Published Studies Establish
That CT Scans Cause Cancer

February 23, 2010 | Cancer
The last several months have presented one worrisome story after another regarding the dangers of CT scans, including more than 200 patients receiving radiation overdoses while undergoing brain scans.

Viral Hybrids Between Bird and Seasonal
Flu Could Create A Real Pandemic

February 23, 2010 | PandemicFlu
After more than a year of the World Health Organization's false flu hype marketing a fake pandemic that never materialized, a new study is suggesting that genetic interactions between bird flu and H1N1 could actually create a real pandemic worthy of international concern.

What Losing An Hour's Sleep
Really Does To Your Children

February 23, 2010 | Sleep
How many hours' sleep does your child get a night? However much it is, it's likely to be less than you had as a child.

Naps Help Babies Learn
and Retain New Information

February 22, 2010 | Sleep
Anyone who grew up in a large family likely remembers hearing "Don't wake the baby." While it reinforces the message to older kids to keep it down, research shows that sleep also is an important part of how infants learn more about their new world.

Why Music Training Should Not
Be Cut Out of School Curriculums

February 22, 2010 | Sound
At the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting, a Northwestern University neuroscientist will argue that music training has profound effects that shape the sensory system and should be a mainstay of K-12 education.

What is Killing American Babies?
February 22, 2010 | Vaccines
Only one major country has a higher infant death rate than the USA. What a disgrace. This alone should be enough to replace blind trust with severe doubt as we consider the health recommendations of our government and medical establishments.

Where Does Dust Come
From And Is It Harmful?

February 22, 2010 | Pollution
Dust. It floats lazily through beams of sunlight, it settles gently on surfaces, and it tangles with other mysterious miscellany to create inanimate creatures beneath the couch-but where does it come from, and is it harmful?

Breaking Through a Weight-Loss Plateau
February 19, 2010 | YourWeight
It's very frustrating to eat right and work out regularly, and not see the numbers on the scale drop as fast as you want them to. Your progress might slow down or stop completely, even though you are diligently following your plan. This is called a weight-loss plateau.

How to Create a New You: The Six
Beliefs That May Be Holding You Back

February 19, 2010 | Lifestyle
Anything is possible -- but we reject certain alternatives without a second thought. We've convinced ourselves -- or social conditioning has convinced us -- that rejecting these options is necessary or proper.

Does Your Baby Know Best
When It Comes To Food?

February 19, 2010 | Nutrition
Children are, quite naturally, afraid of new things. The fear of new foods is probably a survival mechanism to prevent mobile young toddlers from harming themselves.

New Evidence That Green
Tea Helps Fight Eye Diseases

February 19, 2010 | Antioxidants
Scientists have confirmed that the healthful substances found in green tea -- renowned for their powerful antioxidant and disease-fighting properties -- do penetrate into tissues of the eye. Their new report, the first documenting how the lens, retina, and other eye tissues absorb these substances, raises the possibility that green tea may protect against glaucoma and other common eye diseases. It appears in ACS's bi-weekly Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.

Need To Purify Water Naturally?
Try Seeds From A Moringa Tree

February 19, 2010 | Water
In a paper that has just been published in the leading American Chemical Society journal on interfaces, Langmuir, researchers from Uppsala University in co-operation with The University of Botswana describe how extracts from seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree can be used for water purification.

Surprised? WHO Announces That Seasonal Flu Vaccine Will Now Contain H1N1 Virus
February 18, 2010 | PandemicFlu
As anticipated, this year's seasonal flu vaccine in the northern hemisphere will include the H1N1 virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced.

Positive Emotions Protect
Us Against Heart Disease

February 18, 2010 | Happiness
People who are usually happy, enthusiastic and content are less likely to develop heart disease than those who tend not to be happy, according to a major new study published today.

Melt Fat Away With Yoga
February 18, 2010 | YourWeight
Yoga offers a safe alternative to busting those not-so-cute dimples. Yoga experts suggest asanas to melt those fat pockets...

Acupuncture Reduces Menstrual Pain
February 18, 2010 | Healing
Acupuncture may be an effective way of easing severe period pain, a South Korean review of 27 studies suggests.

One Third of Dogs Are Overweight
February 18, 2010 | Pets
More than one in three dogs in Britain is overweight because owners feed their pets too many treats and do not give them enough exercise.

Influenza Vaccine Has
'No Effect' Claims Study

February 17, 2010 | Vaccines
There is no evidence to support the contention that the influenza vaccine administered to the over 65s is of any more use than opening the windows and washing hands, a new study from the Cochrane Collaboration claims, according to a report in the Svenska Dagbladet newspaper.

Irregular Sleep Patterns of
Teenagers Linked To Morning Light

February 17, 2010 | Sleep
Lack of the right light each morning to reset the body's natural sleep clock might play a role in teenagers' irregular sleep, a small but provocative school experiment suggests.

High Levels of Vitamin D Reduce
Heart Disease and Diabetes

February 17, 2010 | Sunlight
Middle aged and elderly people with high levels of vitamin D could reduce their chances of developing heart disease or diabetes by 43%, according to researchers at the University of Warwick.

Psychiatrists Now Want to
Call Anger A Mental Illness

February 17, 2010 | JunkScience
Do you live surrounded by clutter - ancient copies of magazines, your children's old toys, articles you've clipped out of newspapers over the years?

Soccer Significantly
Reduces Blood Pressure

February 17, 2010 | Fitness
A just published research experiment on inactive men with high blood pressure shows that just 3 months of soccer practise twice a week causes a significant fall in blood pressure, resting pulse rate, and percentage of body fat, and is more effective than the doctor's usual advice on healthy diet and exercise.

Drink This Fruit Juice
To Lower Blood Pressure

February 17, 2010 | Antioxidants
A likely guess would be grape juice, since researchers have long proven the heart health benefits of red wine, but a study published January 28 in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry shows drinking cranberry juice can lower blood pressure.

WHO To Use Previously Discredited
Data To Decide If H1N1 Has Peaked

February 16, 2010 | PandemicFlu
The WHO has decided to convene a meeting of its emergency committee later this month to assess whether H1N1 (swine flu) has peaked based on data to date which has been unanimously discredited by international health experts.

Your Child's Tantrums and Irritability Are Now Being Classed As Psychiatric Disorders
February 16, 2010 | JunkScience
Childhood temper tantrums, teenage irritability and binge eating are now to be classed as psychiatric disorders in the US, according to proposed changes to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, the bible of the psychiatric profession.

Seaweed Extract Shows Promise For Arthritis and Joint Related Symptoms
February 16, 2010 | Arthritis
An extract from brown seaweed may reduce the symptoms of osteoarthritis by up to 52 per cent, suggests results from phase I and II clinical trials from Australia.

6 Reasons to Experiment With Raw Food
February 16, 2010 | Nutrition
Don't get caught in the all-or-nothing trap. Try it out and you'll find yourself moving, at your own rate, towards a diet that includes more and more uncooked meals.

Walking Reduces Pain From Osteoarthritis
February 16, 2010 | Arthritis
Researchers writing in BioMed Central's open-access journal Arthritis Research and Therapy found that patients who walked at least two bouts of 1500 steps each on three days of the week reported significantly less arthritis pain, and significantly improved physical function.

Knockout: Humans Can Sure Take A Punch
February 16, 2010 | HumanBody
The human body can take a remarkable amount of punishment, given bones made of one of the strongest materials found in nature. At the same time, even an unarmed person can inflict an astonishing amount of damage with the proper training.

Ingredient in Chewing Gum Causes Cancer
February 15, 2010 | Cancer
A substance used to make chewing gum could soon be declared toxic by the federal government after an international agency found that it might cause cancer in lab rats.

Junk Food Firms Pay Children To Secretly Push Products Among Their Friends
February 15, 2010 | JunkFood
Children in the U.K. are being paid up to 25 pounds a week to promote sugary soft drinks and other products through social networking sites and playground chat.

Scheme Bribes Teenage Girls With Shopping Vouchers If They Submit To HPV Vaccine
February 15, 2010 | Vaccines
Teenage girls are being enticed with shopping vouchers for having the cervical cancer jab.

Genetically Modified Wheat Rejected by 233 Consumer, Farmer Groups in 26 Countries
February 15, 2010 | GMO
233 consumer and farmer groups in 26 countries have joined the "Definitive Global Rejection of GM Wheat" statement to stop the commercialization of genetically modified (GM) wheat and remind the biotechnology corporation Monsanto that genetically modifying this major crop is not acceptable to farmers or consumers.

Need Relief From Constipation? Try Rye
February 15, 2010 | Nutrition
Consumption of fibre-rich rye bread may ease constipation and perform commercial laxatives, according to a new study from Finland.

What Your Dentist Might Be Missing
February 15, 2010 | OralHealth
A man goes to the dentist with a terrible toothache. The doctor examines the tooth and says: "You need a bowel cleanse." The man follows this advice and the toothache disappears. The man was lucky to be in the care of a holistic dentist, one of the fastest-growing health-care fields.

The Secret to Helping Your
Child Excel in School and in Life

February 12, 2010 | ChildHealth
Is your child struggling in school? Does your child stall when it comes time to do homework? Does your child's teacher often comment that your child is capable, but is just not working to his or her potential? Or, does your child do alright in school, but seems a bit bored or lacks enthusiasm for learning? There is a little secret that you need to know in order to change this.

How The Tribune Undermines Antioxidants
February 12, 2010 | JunkJournalism
Unprincipled science and medical reporting are not difficult to come by these days. We are exposed to an epidemic of disgraceful and negligent reporting, yet much of the general public is still oblivious.

Which Dietary Formula Will Maintain
Youthful Function Into Old Age?

February 12, 2010 | Antioxidants
Researchers at McMaster University have developed a cocktail of ingredients that forestalls major aspects of the aging process.

7 Facts You Didn't Know About Sex
February 12, 2010 | Sex
Do you believe that your bedroom life is on an all time high, thanks to the immense knowledge you have about sex? Well, we bring you seven never-heard-before facts about the "S" word, which are sure to leave you thinking...

Food, Inc. Exposes The Lies and
Secrets of the Modern Food Industry

February 12, 2010 | Nutrition
Artificially-enhanced chicken breasts, patented soya beans - a new film exposes the secrets of the modern food industry.

Foods That Will Help Your Heart
February 12, 2010 | Nutrition
Making changes to your diet is one of the best ways to prevent heart disease. So why not start making healthier choices right now? Here's what to put on your menu.

Health Doesn't Come Through a Needle
February 12, 2010 | Vaccines
High vaccination rates and low infection rates must not be the only measure of health. Indeed, North American, highly vaccinated children are the most chronically ill, most heavily medicated persons in the world. True health, no matter how it is packaged and sold, cannot come through a needle.

Scientist Warns Ice Age
Could Start In Five Years

February 11, 2010 | ClimateChange
A leading scientist has revealed that Europe could be just five years away from the start of a new Ice Age.

The Top 5 Myths Promoted By The Food Industry To Keep Us From The Truth
February 11, 2010 | Nutrition
The food industry is ramping up their disinformation campaign to vehemently oppose all those who dare question conventional wisdom about nutrition and our food supply. By promulgating half truths, and utilizing deceptive tactics, the public has been easily swayed by such campaigns. However conscious eaters are now consistently exposing food industry deception. Here are the top 5 myths they promote about nutrition and eating habits.

Mal-Illumination: Many Diseases
Share This Major Pathology Factor

February 11, 2010 | Sunlight
For decades, consumers have been the target of a disinformation campaign from the pharmaceutical industry, conventional medicine and the media that created a fear of sunshine. They have literally scared the daylight out of us!

Emerging Evidence Shows Benefits of
Plant-Based Diets To Prevent Disease

February 11, 2010 | Nutrition
More evidence emerged showing the benefits of choosing a plant based diet to prevent disease. With the escalating rates of Diabetes, Heart Disease and Cancer, we have to stop and look at what we are putting into our bodies to assuage these terminal conditions.

10 Surefire Steps To Losing Weight
February 11, 2010 | YourWeight
Forget the food fads and 'Take 10' small steps to weight loss success - that's the message from dietitians to the thousands who will make weight loss their goal this year.

Can Scientists Measure Love?
February 11, 2010 | Love
Can scientists try to get to the bottom of long-term romance and how it affects our emotional and physical well-being. Leave it to science to take all the fun out of something as cosmically pure as love.

50 Reasons to Protect
Infants from Vaccines

February 10, 2010 | Vaccines
Doctors sympathetic to the cause opine that unless the public realize the dangers from vaccines it will be very difficult to stop this industry sponsored menace. You will agree that there should be a public debate on vaccines, otherwise the unfortunate children do not stand a chance.

Changes in The Brain Linked
To Altered Spirituality

February 10, 2010 | Consciousness
Changes to specific parts of the brain boosted levels of spiritual thinking and feeling in patients, a finding that adds new insight into the connection between religious attitudes and the physical makeup of the mind, researchers say.

Ripening Agents: The Altering of Taste
and Nutrition All For Convenience

February 10, 2010 | Toxins
Health consultants highly recommend fruits and salads in their prescriptions and we take the best advantage of the availability of the range of variety in the markets. But how close we are to nature, when we are consuming these fruits is a very big question mark.

7 Solutions To Your Sleep Problems
February 10, 2010 | Sleep
Make an effort to maintain a consistent pre-bedtime routine. This can include turning off stimulating activities (including electronic gadgets) at least an hour before sleep; utilizing relaxation rituals, such as breath work and progressive relaxation techniques.

Yo-Yo Diets Are a No-No, Says Guru
February 10, 2010 | Dieting
"Diets don’t work. If they did, we’d only need one," says a 47-year-old retired family physician who has become a full-time motivational weight-management speaker.

Sharp Rise In Fatal Allergies
February 10, 2010 | Allergies
Worrying trend sees increasing numbers of older adults developing allergies for the first time.

China Wreckless Health System Threatens The World By Unleashing Superbugs
February 10, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
China's reckless use of antibiotics in the health system and agricultural production is unleashing an explosion of drug resistant superbugs that endanger global health, according to leading scientists.

The Healing Power of Herbal Tea
February 9, 2010 | Nutrition
Tea goes back to China almost 5,000 years ago. Herbal teas were specially blended from plants that exhibited medicinal properties to maintain health and prevent illness. Find out what makes tea so beneficial and how you can craft your own custom blend to stay healthy!

How Indoor Pollution
Reacts With Third-Hand Smoke

February 9, 2010 | Pollution
Nicotine in third-hand smoke, the residue from tobacco smoke that clings to virtually all surfaces long after a cigarette has been extinguished, reacts with the common indoor air pollutant nitrous acid to produce dangerous carcinogens. This new potential health hazard was revealed in a multi-institutional study led by researchers with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab).

Can't Control Weight Gain?
February 9, 2010 | YourWeight
Kept your calorie count in check and yet ended up piling on the pounds? Here may be a few reasons...

Pre-School Children Should
Live As They Did 25 Years Ago

February 9, 2010 | Pollution
Young children should live as they did a generation ago to help prevent obesity, a new study shows.

Carotenoids May Reduce
Breast Cancer Risk

February 9, 2010 | Antioxidants
Increased dietary intakes of alpha- and beta-carotene may reduce the risk of breast cancer among female smokers, suggests a new study from Sweden.

China Denies Miscarriages
Linked To Swine Flu Jab

February 8, 2010 | Vaccines
The Chinese government has denied that the swine flu vaccine was to blame for a number of miscarriages suffered by women who received the jab, state media recently reported.

10 Reasons Why We Don’t Need GM Foods
February 8, 2010 | GMO
With the cost of food recently skyrocketing – hitting not just shoppers but the poor and hungry in the developing world – genetically modified (GM) foods are once again being promoted as the way to feed the world. But this is little short of a confidence trick. Far from needing more GM foods, there are urgent reasons why we need to ban them altogether.

Sting Gets Counter-Stung

February 8, 2010 | BigPharma
A SHOWTIME sting to defame a Harvard-trained vaccine-injuries expert was counter-stung for a documentary exposing the stars of "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" as prostitutes for network bosses in bed with drug industrialists.

Soft Drinks Increase
Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

February 8, 2010 | Cancer
Consuming two or more soft drinks per week increased the risk of developing pancreatic cancer by nearly twofold compared to individuals who did not consume soft drinks, according to a report in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.

Family Meals and Adequate Sleep
Lower Risk of Childhood Obesity

February 8, 2010 | Obesity
A new national study suggests that preschool-aged children are likely to have a lower risk for obesity if they regularly engage in one or more of three specific household routines: eating dinner as a family, getting adequate sleep and limiting their weekday television viewing time.

Scientists Discover How Energy Is
Released from a Virus During Infection

February 8, 2010 | DNA
For the first time, Carnegie Mellon University physicist Alex Evilevitch has directly measured the energy associated with the expulsion of viral DNA, a pivotal discovery toward fully understanding the physical mechanisms that control viral infection and designing drugs to interfere with the process.

Acupuncture Decreases
Pain In Brain Not Body

February 8, 2010 | Healing
Acupuncture works by making the brain, rather than the body, no longer experience pain, according to new research.

Sunbathing and Vitamin D
Increase Men's Testosterone

February 6, 2010 | Sunlight
A spot of sunbathing may be just the thing to lift a man's libido, say experts after an Austrian study finds testosterone is boosted by vitamin D.

Are Men Losing Their Interest in Sex?
February 6, 2010 | Sex
The "Not tonight darling, I've got a headache" syndrome
is usually associated with women when they're not in the mood, but lately the excuse is increasingly being used by men to put off sex, according to a survey.

Is There Sh*t in Your Salad? 39% of Bagged Salads Have Too Much Fecal Bacteria
February 6, 2010 | Toxins
And this despite the fact that such bagged salads often display claims of 'prewashed' or 'triple-washed' and attract customers who consider them cleaner and safer.

Is Their An Evolutionary Role for Homosexuality and Same-Sex Attraction?
February 6, 2010 | Lifestyle
Male homosexuality doesn't make complete sense from an evolutionary point of view. It appears that the trait is heritable, but because homosexual men are much less likely to produce offspring than heterosexual men, shouldn't the genes for this trait have been extinguished long ago? What value could this sexual orientation have, that it has persisted for eons even without any discernible reproductive advantage?

Is Brain Lapse During Pregnancy A Myth?
February 6, 2010 | Pregnancy
Expectant mums need to stop blaming their bump for memory lapses, say experts who want to dispel the "baby brain" myth.

Certain Foods Contributing To Infertility
February 5, 2010 | Fertility
Infertility, or the inability get pregnant, seems to be more common in women with untreated celiac disease, based on a variety of studies in different countries. Other gynecological and obstetrical problems may also be more common, including miscarriages and preterm births.

Radiation Safety Group Says Naked Body Scanners Increase Risk Of Cancer
February 5, 2010 | Cancer
An influential international radiation safety organization has warned that the naked body scanners currently being rolled out in airports across the world increase the risk of cancer and birth defects and should not be used on pregnant women or children.

What to Know and What You Can
Forget About Buying Humane Eggs

February 4, 2010 | Nutrition
Cage-free. Organic. Range-fed. Humane. We know the terms, and we see them on the labels of the egg cartons at the store. But can we trust them? And just what do they mean?

Lancet Slammed: Vaccine Science Poisoned by Special Interests in PharmaMedia
February 4, 2010 | Vaccines
The editors of Medical Veritas journal have condemned The Lancet's retraction of the controversial study by Dr. Andrew Wakefield, charging editor Richard Horton with pandering to special interests in a conspiracy to defraud the public about the risks of vaccinations.

Acupuncture Effective Against
Depression During Pregnancy

February 4, 2010 | Healing
In a study to be presented today at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's (SMFM) annual meeting, The Pregnancy Meeting, in Chicago, researchers will unveil findings that show that acupuncture may be an effective treatment for depression during pregnancy.

Music As an Expression of Knowledge
February 4, 2010 | Sound
What we know could be approached in four ways: introverted, ambiverted, extroverted, and what I call ‘ultra-extroverted’.
Music is one way in which all four methods are used. It is hard to find a person who does not like music and hence music is an effective unifying force.

Good Bacteria Keeps The Immune
System Primed to Fight Future Infections

February 4, 2010 | Nutrition
Scientists have long pondered the seeming contradiction that taking broad-spectrum antibiotics over a long period of time can lead to severe secondary bacterial infections. Now researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine may have figured out why.

Body Language Expert Reveals
What We Are Really Saying

February 3, 2010 | HumanBody
Maria Trkulja asks body language expert James Borg to reveal the silent clues to what we're really saying.

Does The Month You Were Born In
Influence Your Future Health and Fitness?

February 3, 2010 | Interesting
The month of your birth influences your chances of becoming a professional sportsperson, an Australian researcher has found.

Denver Public Schools Turn Into
Clinics To Poison Children With Vaccines

February 3, 2010 | Vaccines
RAND Corporation, paid by Sanofi Pasteur, outlines how to turn schools into vaccine clinics and poison children.

Practically Speaking: There is
Practically Nothing Left of Our Rights

February 3, 2010 | Freedom
Dee Nicholson, the National Director of Communication for Freedom in Canadian Health Care, writes on the recent political dynamics involving bill C-6 and Canadian health freedom.

Your Attachment Style May Affect
Your Memories of Relationship Events

February 3, 2010 | Lifestyle
Following an argument or a particularly heated discussion with our partner, they may remember details of the conversation very differently than we do. This may lead to even more arguments, as we try to convince the other that our recollection of the argument is more correct then theirs.

Is Realization A Chemical Reaction?
February 3, 2010 | Happiness
The thought process is a continuous activity. The development of specific neuronal networks may be responsible for the conditioning that occurs. Belief systems, behavioural traits and even temperament are all effects of conditioning.

Canadian Climate Research Calls For Radical Geoengineering Strategy To Block Sun
February 2, 2010 | Geoengineering
A radical research paper authored by David Keith from the University of Calgary says blocking out some of the sun's rays is a faster and cheaper method of controlling the Earth's temperature than cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

Yet Another Canadian Paralysis
Caused By H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine

February 2, 2010 | Vaccines
A Canadian woman can’t stand without leaning on a walker and her legs are too numb to allow her to walk for more than a few steps. The right side of her face is paralyzed, she can’t properly chew solid food and her right eye is bandaged because she can no longer blink to protect it. The cause? The H1N1 swine flu vaccine.

The Motivation To Lose Weight
In The Gym Only Lasts Six Months

February 2, 2010 | YourWeight
The desire to lose weight only motivates people to go to the gym for up to six months, according to a new study.

Healthy Adults May Need
Less Sleep As They Age

February 2, 2010 | Sleep
A study in the Feb. 1 issue of the journal SLEEP suggests that healthy older adults without sleep disorders can expect to have a reduced "sleep need" and to be less sleepy during the day than healthy young adults.

Vitamin and Minerals May
Reduce Eczema In Children

February 2, 2010 | Prevention
Increased intakes of beta-carotene, vitamin E, folic acid, and iron may reduce the risk of atopic dermatitis, a form of eczema, suggests a new study from Korea.

Non-Genetically Modified
Foods Shopping Guide

February 2, 2010 | GMO
This Non-GMO Shopping Guide is designed to help reclaim your right to know about the foods you are buying, and help you find and avoid genetically modified foods and ingredients.

Breastfeeding: The Miracle of Mother's Milk
February 1, 2010 | Breastfeeding
Perhaps, but Breast v Bottle is still one of the most furious debates in modern mothering, fuelled by powerful hormones on one hand, and the billion-pound formula industry on the other. This month, the fire has been fed by two scientific studies suggesting that breastfeeding might not be worth the bother – let alone the guilt and distress if you can't or choose not to.

Prevention in Light of
German New Medicine

February 1, 2010 | Prevention
German medical doctor, Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, made the ground-breaking discovery that diseases are not senseless "disorders" but in reality meaningful biological processes trying to save an organism rather than to destroy it, and that diseases are not "errors" of Nature but instead Significant Biological Special Programs of Nature created to support an individual during emotional distress.

Avoid Your Mid-Life Crisis
February 1, 2010 | Lifestyle
'Midlife crisis' is something that happens to most individuals somewhere around their 40's, where they expect their quality of life to decline from that point forward. But Prof. Carlo Strenger of Tel Aviv University's Department of Psychology believes that adult lives really do have second acts and mid-life years are the best time of life to flourish and grow.

U.K. Receptionist Paralysed
By H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine

February 1, 2010 | Vaccines
A receptionist at a GP’s surgery has been left unable to walk properly after having the swine flu jab.

Mitigating the Problem of
Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water

February 1, 2010 | Water
We've become a nation dependent upon drugs. For better or worse, we use pharmaceuticals for everything from getting to sleep to waking up. We use them to stabilize our moods and to increase our sex drives. But what happens to these drugs once we're done with them?

Five Best Positions To Conceive
February 1, 2010 | HumanBody
Getting pregnant maybe the easiest of all things, however, some couples do find it hard to conceive for several reasons, including weak or insufficient sperm count. For the most part, trying some different positions with your partner in order to get pregnant provides more fun than scientific advantage.


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