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New Calcium Research "Cherry Picked" Its Results
July 30, 2010 | JunkScience
Following publication of new research suggesting calcium supplements could increase the risk of heart attack, an important response to the study's findings is to point out that the adequate intake of calcium plays an important role in building and maintaining bone mass, and that the study published in the BMJ should not cause consumers to doubt the importance of calcium supplements in maintaining bone health.

Food: The Ultimate Secret Exposed
July 30, 2010 | Toxins
The grocery store, along with your kitchen sink, are two of the most dangerous places in the world. In a special video, Alex Jones addresses one of the darkest modes of power the globalists have used to control the population - food.

The Lancet Says Mothers Should Not Have The Right of Choice For Home Births
July 30, 2010 | JunkScience
The right of women to choose whether they have home births is being questioned by the Lancet who claims that mothers-to-be should not be able to opt for them if they put their babies at risk.

More Than Half The World's Population Gets Insufficient Vitamin D
July 30, 2010 | Sunlight
Vitamin D surfaces as a news topic every few months. How much daily vitamin D should a person get? Is it possible to have too much of it? Is exposure to the sun, which is the body's natural way of producing vitamin D, the best option? Or do supplements suffice?

China's Reckless Use of Antibiotics Is Threatening The World's Health
July 30, 2010 | Diseases
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.

Monsanto: The Evil Corporation in Your Refrigerator
July 30, 2010 | GMO
When we consider the rogue's gallery of devilish, over-sized, greedy and disproportionately powerful corporations, we generally come up with outfits. Yet somehow, Monsanto, arguably the most devilish, over-sized, greedy and disproportionately powerful corporation in the world has been able to more or less skulk between the raindrops -- only a household name in households where documentaries like Food Inc. are regarded as light Friday evening entertainment.

8 Foods That Fight Stress
July 29, 2010 | Antioxidants
Stress is in the air, while on the move, we stress over poor road sense of fellow drivers, in office over mounting workload, at parties over surging real estate rates, and round up as impatient listeners at home. But just who is not stressed these days?

New Mental Health Resource Will Lead
To Almost Everyone Having a Disorder

July 29, 2010 | JunkScience
An updated edition of a mental health bible for doctors could mean that soon no-one will be classed as normal, experts warned today.

Coincidence or Sabotage? Why Are There Suddenly So Many Oil Spills Across The World?
July 29, 2010 | Pollution
There seems to be a constructive effort underway to pollute our waters worldwide with oil. In addition to the BP disaster, five other oil "notable spills" have been reported in the last four months alone. Is this just coincidence or is there deliberate sabotage taking place? If we accept the former, how many more oil disasters will it take before we all realize that they're not coincidences.

Why Did Emotions Evolve?
July 29, 2010 | MentalHealth
The next time you feel angry at a friend who has let you down, or grateful toward one whose generosity has surprised you, consider this: you may really be bargaining for better treatment from that person in the future. According to a controversial new theory, our emotions have evolved as tools to manipulate others into cooperating with us.

Can Chili Peppers Help You Lose Weight?
July 28, 2010 | YourWeight
Researchers in Korea have published new evidence that suggests the mechanisms behind why capsaicin may aid weight loss.

The Art and Science of Breathing
July 28, 2010 | Lifestyle
Breathing exercises can reduce stress, improve mood, and help you feel energized. Better yet, they are simple, easy, and can be done anywhere.

What Improves Your Odds of Survival by 50 Percent?
July 28, 2010 | Aging
A new Brigham Young University study adds our social relationships to the "short list" of factors that predict a person's odds of living or dying.

Flashback: Incrementalism: Breaking Free From World Powers Who Gradually Destroy Our Health
July 28, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
The science of incrementalism is a very simple and effective method of working to achieve a specific goal. It relies on many small changes enacted over time in order to create a larger broad based change. World powers have embraced this systematized knowledge and applied it to the gradual deterioration of human health for one purpose - control.

Soda Pop To Carry Hyperactivity Warnings
July 27, 2010 | JunkFood
The makers of two of Britain's best-selling soft drinks have been forced to warn parents that the drinks may cause hyperactivity. A newly introduced EU law compels both drinks to display a warning that they contain artificial colours linked to behavioural problems in young children.

The Story of Cosmetics
July 27, 2010 | Toxins
The Story of Cosmetics examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo.

It's All a Mindset: The Logic of Letting Go
July 27, 2010 | Consciousness
When we are children, and someone tells us to 'let go,' it is usually in reference to something material, and when we let go, we can either feel empty, as if we are being deprived of something, or we can feel full, knowing that we have allowed someone to have that something, and s/he must really need it.

Is Humanity Prepared For The Worst?
July 27, 2010 | Survival
Designer viruses, potent new weapons, hurtling asteroids... all have the potential to obliterate humanity. So how do scientists plan for such catastrophes?

The Killing Fields of Multi National Corporations
July 27, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
The Bhopal gas tragedy was the worst industrial disaster in human history. Twenty-five thousand people died, 500,000 were injured, and the injustice done to the victims of Bhopal over the past 25 years will go down as the worst case of jurisprudence ever.

Have You Posted Your Pictures on the Internet? Invasive Surveillance Technology Awaits
July 26, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
We've all done it at one point or another, posting our pictures of ourselves, family and friends on websites and social network portals such as Facebook. Whether it be submitting your picture to output a cartoon or aged version of yourself, or uploading your personal snapshots to Facebook, marketing campaigns are aggressively being pushed by digital media corporations to obtain your facial biometrics. However, most people are completely unaware of the deceptive nature of these campaigns and their intentions.

Internal Bleeding and and Millions Poisoned in the Gulf Says EPA Whistleblower
July 26, 2010 | Pollution
In its report, Democracy Now! interviews Hugh Kaufman, a senior policy analyst at the EPA's Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response and a leading critic of the decision to use Corexit disclosed how the officials are lying about many things related to the catastrophe poisoning "millions of people."

Swimming Pools Can Give You Cancer
July 26, 2010 | Toxins
Swimming pools can give you cancer, because disinfectants in the water react with sunscreen, sweat, and skin to form a toxic cocktail of chemicals, a study has suggested.

Don't Hide Under a Beach Umbrella: More Than One Third of UV Rays Go Right Through Anyway
July 23, 2010 | Sunlight
Hiding out under an umbrella at the beach this summer might not be the best idea. Not only will you deprive yourself of vitamin D, but research published in the journal Photochemistry and Photobiology shows that more than one third of the sun's rays go right through the umbrella.

Key Information on the Absorption Rates of Vitamins
July 23, 2010 | Antioxidants
Vitamin absorption is something that anyone taking supplements should pay special attention to. Not only will it affect the usefulness of the vitamins being consumed, it will also result in either no benefits or many benefits. It's not just about vitamin absorption, it's about all the nutrients you may take in a supplement.

What Relationship Do Your Bones Have To Your Blood Sugar?
July 23, 2010 | Diabetes
Our bones have much greater influence on the rest of our bodies than they are often given credit for, according to two new studies in the July 23 issue of Cell, a Cell Press publication. Both studies offer new insights into the interplay between bone and blood sugar, based on signals sent via insulin and a bone-derived hormone known as osteocalcin.

Life, Gross and Subtle
July 23, 2010 | Consciousness
Life is complex, its nature is duality, it's complicated, unpredictable, and it's multi-dimensional. But more than that, life is a combination of the subtle and the gross. The gross, though easy to comprehend, has its own set of problems and the subtle is difficult to comprehend.

Universe Singularity Now Emanating Pre-Wave Energy For "Enlightened Unity Consciousness"
July 22, 2010 | Consciousness
The weekend of July 17-18, 2010 ("Conscious Convergence") marked a portal in linear time when the singularity at the core of our universe began to emanate an intentional 'pre-wave' to a final 9th wave of universal, 'enlightened universal consciousness' that will, according to some, begin on March 9, 2011, end on October 28, 2011.†From then on the singularity at the core of our universe will emanate constant 'enlightened universal consciousness.'

A Mother's Body Synchronizes with her Fetus and Newborn Baby Reinforcing Co-Sleeping Benefits
July 22, 2010 | ChildHealth
The heartbeats of a mother and her unborn fetus synchronize when she breathes rhythmically. Researchers also found that a new born baby may benefit tremendously by co-sleeping with the mother to help time respiratory gas exchanges.

More Than Half The World's Oxygen May Be At Risk Due To Oil Pollution of the Ocean's Benthic Zone
July 22, 2010 | Pollution
Marine biomes cover 75% of the earth's surface and have an enormous impact on our planet's climate. In the benthic zone, these biomes supply more than half of the world's oxygen. As a consequence of the BP oil disaster, scientists are very concerned about the global oxygen supply if this layer of the ocean becomes saturated with contaminates of oil and other toxins.

The Bitch is Back: Bill C-6 Reincarnates as C-36
July 22, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Battle-worn health freedom activists waited six months for the shoe to drop, knowing full well that at any moment, their latest nemesis, the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act called C-6, might reappear. Last month, their impatience was rewarded, as Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq rose to introduce Bill C-36, complete with the same troublesome, rights-stomping provisions as in its momma.

Video: Founder of the Ocean Energy Institute Discusses BP's Failure To Address The Oil Disaster
July 22, 2010 | Pollution
Matthew Simmons, founder of the Ocean Energy Institute, talks with Bloomberg about the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.

Astronomers Detect a Monster Star
July 22, 2010 | TheUniverse
They are among the true monsters of space - colossal stars whose size and brightness go well beyond what many scientists thought was even possible.

CLA Eases Airways for Asthmatics
July 21, 2010 | Antioxidants
Daily supplements of CLA (conjugated linoleic acids) may improve the airway hyper-reactivity in asthmatics, suggests a new study.

Scientists and Academics Call For Immediate Halt of Chemical Dispersants in Gulf
July 21, 2010 | Pollution
Over 100 scientists and academic institution, research laboratory, conservation organization leaders plus human rights defenders from as far away as Norway and Greece signed the Scientists Consensus Statement on the Use of Chemical Dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico calling for the Obama Administration to immediately halt chemical aerial spraying in the Gulf region. A public petition to end dispersant use is also gaining momentum.

A Mindset: With Every Crisis Comes
An Opportunity For Inner Strength

July 21, 2010 | Consciousness
Crisis is painful, frightening, and difficult. None of us consciously invite crisis into our lives. We do not look forward to the next life threatening event to come our way. We have never received an invitation to celebrate a crisis in the life of one of our friends. The news of a crisis brings feelings of sadness, fear, and regret. No one wants to face death, financial ruin, loss of a job, or a divorce. We do not wish these events on others. So, how is it that I can tell you, who are in crisis, that your situation is the adventure of a lifetime?

Dengue Fever Outbreak Leads Back to CIA & Army Experiments
July 21, 2010 | Diseases
The recent outbreak of dengue fever is being portrayed by the media as a fortuitous reemergence of the disease in Florida and elsewhere in the United States after 75 years. Yet Hank Albarelliís probe reveals that the US Army and CIA have been experimenting with dengue fever for years with the aim of weaponizing insects to be released against unwitting populations, as was previously done in Florida and elsewhere.

How Bicycling Helps Women Lose Weight
July 20, 2010 | YourWeight
Bicycling for exercise may help women control their weight during their 30s and 40s, a new study says.

Cashew Seed Extract Control Blood Sugar
July 20, 2010 | Antioxidants
Cashew seed extract has anti-diabetic properties, a new study has found.

Artificial Food Dyes Linked To Cancer
July 20, 2010 | Toxins
Many artificial food dyes that colour everything from breakfast cereal to ice cream should be banned because they pose cancer risks, a new report from the Center for Science in the Public Interest says.

Gulf Loop Current Destroyed: May Lead To Shut Down of Atlantic Thermoregulation, Rapid Cooling
July 19, 2010 | Pollution
Scientists are on high alert following the confirmed shutdown of the Gulf loop current now correlated to the biochemical and physical action of the BP oil spill on the Gulf stream. The shutdown of the current not only influences the strength of hurricanes but the climate of the entire planet.

Cranberry Juice Fights Bacteria at the Molecular Level
July 19, 2010 | Antioxidants
Revealing the science behind the homespun advice, a team of researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has identified and measured the molecular forces that enable cranberry juice to fight off urinary tract infections in people.

A Leap in Perception
July 19, 2010 | Consciousness
When very young I had a sense of being in a magic world, outside of time and the need to have to become or do anything... an unrecognised oneness that enveloped me simply in the wonder of what is. I feel it is the same for most children. One day all of that changed and I entered the world of separation and need.

Inception Movie Heralds 528 Code For Musical Transcendence
July 19, 2010 | Consciousness
Wake up or die in the nightmares of corporate espionage, greed, corruption, and armed anger.†INCEPTION writer and director, Christopher Nolan, heralds "528" as the "code" through which social transformation, involving music, is achieved.

Beyond 2012: How To Know If You Are on a Catastrophic or Positive Future Timeline
July 16, 2010 | Consciousness
In the course of research on potential impending transitional changes during the 2012-13 time horizon, some researchers have identified what can be described as two parallel realities, each buttressed by independent sets of data and personal and institutional decisions - a 2012-13 catastrophic timeline and a 2012-13 positive future timeline.

A Puzzling Collapse of Earth's Upper Atmosphere
July 16, 2010 | TheUniverse
NASA-funded researchers are monitoring a big event in our planet's atmosphere. High above Earth's surface where the atmosphere meets space, a rarefied layer of gas called "the thermosphere" recently collapsed and now is rebounding again.

Why Does a Low Calorie Diet Lead To Increased Lifespan?
July 16, 2010 | Aging
Research is giving scientists new insight into why a restricted diet can lead to a longer lifespan and reduced incidence of age-related diseases for a wide variety of animals.

Vitamin D and E Prevent Mental Decline
July 16, 2010 | Antioxidants
Eating food rich in vitamin E may reduce the risk of developing dementia, while insufficient levels of vitamin D may increase the risk of cognitive decline, say two new studies.

Biological Warfare Agent Dengue Hits Epidemic Levels In South America
July 15, 2010 | Diseases
South America is already facing one of the largest dengue fever epidemics on record. Health alerts have been declared in several countries since the outbreak began in earlier this year.

How Toxicity in the Gulf Will Affect More Than Half The Land Mass of the U.S. and Canada
July 15, 2010 | Pollution
Most of the media reports, both mainstream and alternative, have not yet properly addressed how the toxicity in the Gulf of Mexico will affect the rest of the continent. There is some evidence the leak will affect the world in due time, however disease control officials in both Canada and the U.S. should be sounding the alarm on how to deal with the toxic rains that are about to poison a large percentage of North America in the coming months.

Vitamin D May Lower Risk of Parkinson's Disease
July 15, 2010 | MentalHealth
Higher levels of vitamin D appear to reduce the risk of an individual developing Parkinson's disease, a new report suggests.

Scientists Discover How Broccoli Fights Cancer
July 15, 2010 | Antioxidants
Broccoli has been hailed as a 'superfood' after several studies suggested it had anti-cancer properties. Now scientists have identified a chemical in the vegetable which interact with genes involved in cancer development.

Toxic Cancer Vaccine Being Developed Will Destroy Human Fertility
July 14, 2010 | Vaccines
A vaccine being developed in conjunction with U.S. firm Celldex Therapeutics, claims to kill off the most deadly cancers including breast, bowel and cervical tumours. The problem is, it will also destroy a women's ability to reproduce.

Habit not Addiction: Smoking Really Is Mind Over Matter
July 14, 2010 | Lifestyle
In the new study published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Dr. Reuven Dar of Tel Aviv University's Department of Psychology found that the intensity of cravings for cigarettes had more to do with the psychosocial element of smoking than with the physiological effects of nicotine as an addictive chemical.

Scientist Claims Gravity is an Illusion
July 14, 2010 | TheUniverse
It's hard to imagine a more fundamental and ubiquitous aspect of life on the Earth than gravity, from the moment you first took a step and fell on your diapered bottom to the slow terminal sagging of flesh and dreams. But what if it's all an illusion, a sort of cosmic frill, or a side effect of something else going on at deeper levels of reality?

A Message From Our Oceans Vital To Earth's Light-Energy Grid
July 14, 2010 | Consciousness
Cetacean experts such as the late Dr. John Lilly and Joan Ocean have noted the telepathic abilities of whales, dolphins and complex operating communication between them and extraterrestrial civilizations in Earth's oceans.

Tricking Our Minds Into Satisfying Our Stomachs
July 14, 2010 | YourWeight
Research presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior suggests that the key to losing weight could lie in manipulating our beliefs about how filling we think food will be before we eat it, suggesting that portion control is all a matter of perception.

Making Methane Ignition A Reality In The Gulf: BP Quietly Preparing A Nuclear Device
July 13, 2010 | Pollution
We now know the disaster unfolding in the Gulf of Mexico could very well reach biblical proportions. The millions of gallons of oil and other chemicals released have already decimated life and guaranteed years of polluted waters. Now BP is readying a "super weapon" supposedly to avert an escalating Gulf nightmare.

Is Privacy History? Top 5 Ways You Are Being Digitally Monitored and Catalogued Daily
July 13, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
What if somebody told you that you were being monitored inside and outside your home 24 hours a day? Would you believe them? Most people wouldn't. However reality is often scarier than fiction. Chances are if you're reading this, you likely live in a nation that utilizes the following tracking methodologies that have only one digitally record and catalogue your every move.

Managing The Positive and Negative Vibes of Others
July 13, 2010 | Consciousness
Have you wondered why we like being with some people and why we want to stay away from others? The reason is simple. We feel good around anyone who is calm and at peace, or creates a serenity around them while we feel anxious around those who create disturbances around themselves thereby giving signals for people to stay away. The difference is the ying and the yang between positive and negative vibrations.

Can Diet Drinks Harm Unborn Children and Cause Premature Births?
July 13, 2010 | Toxins
Mothers-to-be who down cans of diet coke and other sodas containing artificial sweeteners could be at greater risk of having a premature babies.

Is 2012 Earth's Real Golden Age?
July 12, 2010 | Consciousness
Is the future of the world uncertain, chaotic, and filled with despair? 2012 is the subject of†much†controversy, but what is so important about 2012 , and why is everybody talking about it? Here's a closer look at what really is happening to humanity, and it's not all doom and gloom.

Cellphones Are Hazardous To Your Health
July 12, 2010 | EMF
One of the most fervent and important debates in modern society is the one surrounding the health effects of wireless technologies. Perhaps no other topic has polarized society so much in recent history, except for the tobacco saga.

More Evidence CO2 is Not The Problem: Termites Emit Ten Times More CO2 Than Humans
July 12, 2010 | ClimateChange
According to the journal Science, termites alone emit ten times more carbon dioxide than all the factories and automobiles in the world, so are humans to blame for CO2 increases?

Regular Chocolate Consumption Can Prevent Premature Births
July 9, 2010 | Antioxidants
It is a sweet revelation for every mother-to-be. Pregnant women have the perfect excuse to give in to their cravings - because chocolate is good for both mother and baby.

Fish Oil May Prevent Breast Cancer
July 9, 2010 | Antioxidants
A recent report in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, adds to the growing evidence that fish oil supplements may play a role in preventing chronic disease.

Millions of Sea Birds Will Soon Be Heading Right Into The Gulf
July 9, 2010 | Pollution
Although the BP oil spill disaster is taking its toll on thousands of human Gulf Coast residents, it's the non-human residents that are taking the brunt of the impact.

the Room that They Don't Want You to See

July 9, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Codex Isn't Coming, It's Here! Why is there so much denial by consumer advocate groups and what is it that they don't want you to see? Just do the research, and you will discover that we have been up to our eyeballs in Codex since 1962 and don't even know it.

Is Olive Oil Key For Cancer Prevention?
July 8, 2010 | Prevention
The Mediterranean diet - low in red meat and dairy food but high in fruit, vegetables, nuts, whole grains and olive oil, is considered to contain the best selection of foods to help prevent cancer.†It is certainly the diet recommended by nutritionists for those of us who have had breast cancer.

Propanediol (Propylene Glycol) Levels in the Gulf Exceed Toxic Levels To Fish By 1700%
July 8, 2010 | Toxins
Alarming levels of propylene glycol have been analyzed from Gulf water samples. According to material safety data sheets, prolonged or repeated exposure or ingestion may cause central nervous system depression, lactic acidosis and possible seizures. Samples taken on day 70 from the Grand Isle, LA., were found to contain levels more than 1700% higher than those officially toxic to fish.

15 Easy Ways To Relieve Acidity
July 8, 2010 | Healing
We've all suffered from it at some point or the other. Acidity occurs when there is excess secretion of acids in the gastric glands of the stomach. When the secretion is more than usual, we feel, what is commonly known as heartburn, which is normally triggered off by consumption of spicy foods. Here are 15 home remedies to relieve and even cure acidity...

Woman Infected With Virus After Sexual Contact With Vaccinated Boyfriend
July 8, 2010 | Vaccines
A woman in her 20s from Washington State was infected with the vaccinia virus used in smallpox vaccines earlier this year after sexual contact with her boyfriend, a member of the military who had been vaccinated five days earlier, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports.

Think You're Operating on Free Will? Think Again
July 8, 2010 | Lifestyle
Studies have found that upon entering an office, people behave more competitively when they see a sharp leather briefcase on the desk, they talk more softly when there is a picture of a library on the wall, and they keep their desk tidier when there is a vague scent of cleaning agent in the air. But none of them are consciously aware of the influence of their environment.

30 Facts Evidencing that The Gulf Oil Crisis Was Planned
July 8, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
The following are 30 facts explaining what is really happening in the Gulf of Mexico, who is really responsible for the explosion, and how the devastation serves investment bankers. These globalists sway stocks, create markets, and planned this crisis, among a series of catastrophes, to advance geopolitical and financial agendas.

Harnessing 'The Power of Three' Can Energize Your Life
July 7, 2010 | Consciousness
Many ancient cultures have given a lot of importance to the 'power of three'. Many argue that creation itself is sustaining on this power of three. Harnessing this power in your daily life can energize and change your physical and emotional states.

Aerobic Exercise Safe and Effective for Arthritis
July 7, 2010 | Arthritis
Researchers from the University of Grenoble Medical School in France determined that cardio-respiratory aerobic exercise is safe for patients with stable rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

Life Always Finds a Way: Creatures Found 180 Meters Beneath Ice
July 7, 2010 | Survival
In a surprising discovery about where higher life can thrive, scientists for the first time found a shrimp-like creature and a jellyfish frolicking beneath a massive Antarctic ice sheet.

China Knows The Truth About Global Warming
July 7, 2010 | ClimateChange
Another day, another climate fraud whitewash - this time from a Dutch government inquiry, conducted by something called the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency.

Even When Conscious Thought is Impossible, Music Still Moves The Heart
July 6, 2010 | Sound
Classical music pulls at the heartstrings of people in a vegetative state as well as those of healthy listeners. If you play music to vegetative patients, their heart rate changes in the same way as that of healthy controls, suggesting that music can affect the neural systems of emotion even when conscious thought is impossible.

Toxicologist Exposes The Horrific Truth of The Corexit Chemical Dispersant Being Used in The Gulf
July 6, 2010 | Pollution
Marine biologist and toxicologist Dr. Chris Pincetich is the special projects director of Pacific Ecorisk and an instructor at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Pincetich speaks candidly on the toxicity of the oil dispersant Corexit being used by British Petroleum in the Gulf.

July 6, 2010 | JunkScience
Mainstream medicine has hit a new low in its war against physicians who have become alternative healers.†The battle has been going on for decades, but lately, in bully-like fashion, pharma's minions are ramping up the vilification. They're now discrediting any healing method not based in their version of accepted science - excuse me, I meant their religion of pharmaceutical belief which has been misnamed as "science".†

Environmental Pollutants PCB and PFC Affect Hormones
July 6, 2010 | Toxins
Marianne Kraugerud's doctoral research has led to the discovery that individual variants of the environmental pollutants PCB and PFC can affect several of the body's hormone systems in a more complex way than previously supposed.

Pregnant women advised to take vitamin D
July 6, 2010 | Sunlight
British researchers have concluded pregnant women should be advised to take vitamin D after determining there is a "strong case" to back the vitamin's benefits.

Are We Physically Changing Our DNA Beyond Our Current Density?
July 5, 2010 | Consciousness
We are being changed physically from carbon-based being with 2 strands of DNA into crystalline beings with 1,024 strands of DNA (eventually), because only crystalline substances can exist on higher dimensional levels. We are in fact having our bodies merged with Syrian DNA strands, as this format is close enough to our own to be able to integrate with relatively little side effects.

Women Live Longer Than Men But
Eventually Experience Greater Disability

July 5, 2010 | Aging
Although women have a longer life expectancy, they experience a much greater prevalence of disability in old age than men do. This is the main conclusion of the study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Women's Health.

When To Say Contentment is Enough
July 5, 2010 | Happiness
It is no longer "cool" to use the word "contentment" for the simple reason that currently, the constantly heard or read words are aspiration, acquisition, more, and growth. It's time, therefore to revisit the meaning of contentment.

Your Weight May Be Linked To
Your Proximity To Convenience Stores

July 5, 2010 | YourWeight
Researchers at the University at Buffalo conducting a neighborhood-scaled exploratory study that tested the association between the food environment, the built environment and women's body mass index (BMI) have found that women with homes closer to a supermarket, relative to a convenience store, had lower BMIs, and that the greater the number of restaurants within a five minute walk of a woman's home, the higher her BMI.

Enjoy Your Fraises? Dangerous New Pesticides Will Make Strawberries Lethal
July 3, 2010 | Toxins
Think strawberries are expensive now? Wait until they start costing people their lives!

What Makes Us Live Longer? Scientists Find Out
July 3, 2010 | Aging
A genetic test has been developed that can predict whether someone is likely to live an extremely long life, but scientists have warned that society is still not ready for such predictions.

Statistical Modeling of BP Oil Disaster
July 3, 2010 | Pollution
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has used computer models to estimate the potential threats to U.S. coastlines that might result if oil spilling from the Deepwater Horizon site continues until a relief well successfully stops the flow.

2012: Evolution, Consciousness and Unconditional Love
July 2, 2010 | Consciousness
To achieve†a good intuitive understanding of the 2012 phenomenon, we have to understand three key principles: 1) The nature and laws of self-creation; 2) The nature of consciousness; and 3) The evolution of consciousness.

Health Threats From Mobile Phones
Far Worse Than Previous Thought

July 2, 2010 | EMF
The health risks of using mobile phones are far higher than previously thought, scientists warned.

Dumbing Down Society: Food Beverages and Meds
July 2, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Is there a deliberate effort by the government to dumb down the masses? The statement is hard to prove but there exists a great amount of data proving that the ruling elite not only tolerates, but effectively introduces policies that have a detrimental effect on the physical and mental health of the population.

95 Percent of Gulf Gases Are Methane: Disaster is Inevitable
July 1, 2010 | Pollution
Too few research resources, rapidly depleting oxygen, high levels of gas and a looming future as the next Black Sea.†Those are some of the highlights of a teleconference today about conditions in the area of the Deep Horizon oil gusher in the Gulf of Mexico.

Calculus of Life
July 1, 2010 | Consciousness
Simply put, differentiation is used to find the rate of change of things and integration is used to add rates of change over specified intervals. But how many of us have ever wondered how apt these concepts are in the context of our own life?

Preparing For A Serious Public Health Threat: Medical Treatments for Airborne Poisons
July 1, 2010 | Prevention
The IMVA is doing what no other medical or health organization is doing - sending out an emergency alert to doctors to prepare for a serious public health threat from aerosolized oil and associated gases. This report and treatment recommendations are meant to maximize survival and health under adverse environmental conditions. The key to avoiding long-term harm is to help the body deal with the chemical assault from the very first moments when one notices foul smell, taste or flu-like symptoms.


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