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10,000 Steps Could Prevent 10,000 Cancers Per Year
August 31, 2010 | Cancer
While 10,000 steps is an established guideline to better health, more than 10,000 cases of breast and bowel cancer could be prevented each year if people took more exercise, such as going for brisk walks or even performing vigorous household chores, according to experts.

Can't Control Your Weight Gain? Medication, Other Lesser Known Sources May Be The Culprit
August 31, 2010 | YourWeight
Lack of sleep, stress, medical conditions and medication may all play a role in weight gain. If you find yourself unable to lose weight, investigate these culprits seriously.

Antioxidants in Black Rice May Rival Blueberries
August 31, 2010 | Antioxidants
Few of us have probably heard of Black Rice, which according to Chinese legend was only for emperors to eat, so nutritious, tasty and rare was it. But now this rare grain, with its health giving properties is likely to make its appearance in grocery stores nearby.

More Children Die After Vaccinations
August 31, 2010 | Vaccines
While the officials were mulling over what may have caused the death of four kids during immunization in Lucknow, the vaccination drive continued in other parts of the state and two more infants died after being vaccinated in Allahabad and Fatehpur.

Genetically Modified Apples Under The Guise of Healthier Fruits
August 30, 2010 | GMO
The genetic code of the apple has been mapped by researchers, paving the way for gene silencing and other manipulations by scientists to continue altering the food supply under the guise of creating healthier fruits.

Leaked Bisphenol A From Grocery Packaging Affects Fertility For Successive Generations
August 30, 2010 | Toxins
More evidence supports previous research that exposure to current levels of Bisphenol A (BPA) can affect gene expression and fertility of women just 12 hours after exposure.

Coffee to Prevent Disease?
August 30, 2010 | Antioxidants
Good news for Starbucks stock and morning coffee drinkers. A new report by the American Institute for Cancer Research found that coffee has no effect on cancer risk and in a few cancers; it may actually reduce the risk.

What's New in Bill C-36?
August 30, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
I've been asked that question a lot lately, but after speaking with Dr. Shiv Chopra, famed Health Canada whistleblower and one of your best friends, whether you know it or not, I believe it is very important that people understand exactly what we are dealing with here.... and the ramifications go far beyond the scope of the present battle.

Grapefruit Prevents Weight Gain And Can Treat Diabetes As Well As Two Separate Drugs
August 27, 2010 | Antioxidants
Naringenin, an antioxidant which gives grapefruit its bitter taste, can do the same job as two separate drugs currently used to manage Type 2 diabetes, scientists said.

Vitamin D Has A Significant Effect On 229 Genes, Supporting Its Disease Preventing Potential
August 27, 2010 | Sunlight
Vitamin D has a significant effect on at least 229 genes some of which have been associated with Crohn's disease and type 1 diabetes, according to UK and Canadian researchers.

2012-2013 Solar Storm Could Be Be Disastrous For Our Electrical and Communication Grids
August 27, 2010 | TheUniverse
Do we really need to worry about a huge solar storm burning out the electrical systems of half the world by 2013? According to NASA, no official date can be set, however some reports suggest a solar storm could erupt sometime between 2012-2013 bringing devastation to the earth's electrical and communication grid.

Public Protests Expand as GMOs and Biotech Wreak Havoc on Food Supply
August 27, 2010 | GMO
The main source of food borne disease during the last 50 years traces to the misuse and abuse of the following five materials in food production: hormones, antibiotics, rendered slaughterhouse wastes, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), and pesticides. The first three of these materials are banned in food production throughout the European Union. Yet the American and Canadian regulatory authorities insist that these substances pose no "significant" risk to public health.

Breastfeeding Prevents Type 2 Diabetes
August 27, 2010 | Breastfeeding
Mothers who did not breastfeed their children have significantly higher rates of type 2 diabetes later in life than moms who breastfed, report University of Pittsburgh researchers in a study published in the September issue of the American Journal of Medicine.

Backscatter Vans Coming To A Street Near You To Emit Harmful X-rays
August 26, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
As the privacy controversy around full-body security scans begins to simmer, it's worth noting that courthouses and airport security checkpoints aren't the only places where backscatter x-ray vision is being deployed. The same technology, capable of seeing through clothes and walls, may be rolling out at a street near you.

Boost Your Mood and Sleep with The Right Herbs
August 26, 2010 | Sleep
Does life seem to be getting you down lately? Are you often so tense and anxious that it's hard to fall asleep at night...and the frustration makes you want to tear your hair out? Don't worry-there are safe and natural solutions in the form of herbs such as the following...

Are You An Emotional Eater?
August 26, 2010 | Nutrition
Health experts speak about ways to recognize, check and curb this disturbingly increasing lifestyle trend of emotional eating.

Scientists Find Neural Switch That Controls Fight or Flight
August 26, 2010 | HumanBody
Fear can make you run, it can make you fight, and it can glue you to the spot. Scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Monterotondo, Italy and GlaxoSmithKline in Verona, Italy, have identified not only the part of the brain but the specific type of neurons that determine how mice react to a frightening stimulus.

Researchers Propose To Develop Antivirals and Vaccines For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
August 25, 2010 | Vaccines
When the journal Science published an attention-grabbing study last fall linking chronic fatigue syndrome to a recently discovered a mouse retrovirus, many experts remained skeptical - especially after four other studies found no such association. Now scientists propose to develop vaccines and antivirals to conquer the virus.

A Very Cheap Weight-Loss Trick: Drink Two Glasses Before Every Meal
August 25, 2010 | YourWeight
Forget expensive pills and potions - the secret to losing weight could simply be a glass of water.

Embracing Infinite Consciousness and Regaining Your Power
August 25, 2010 | Consciousness
In this day and age, humanity has become spiritually drained by relinquishing and delegating power and infinite consciousness. Here are five affirmations to regain your power as a limitless being while retracting all ills.

Exercise Teaches Your Body To Feel Full Which Results in Weight Loss
August 25, 2010 | YourWeight
There is now another good reason to exercise. Besides burning calories, exercise restores the sensitivity of neurons involved in the control of satiety (feeling full), which in turn contributes to reduced food intake and consequently weight loss.

5 Best Ways to Avoid Toxic BPA
August 25, 2010 | Toxins
BPA or bisphenol-A is a dangerous chemical linked to health concerns from digestive problems to issues with brain development. It's recently been found in 91 percent of Canadians and is present in around two billion products here in the U.S. that we use on a daily basis. Because it's the most harmful on developing brains and bodies, children and pregnant women especially need to avoid contact with BPA.

Are You Eating Arsenic-Laden Chicken?
August 24, 2010 | Toxins
USDA-Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists have announced that chicken feed supplements which contain arsenic are accumulating in fields building their concentrations in agricultural soils over time--and possibly migrating into nearby streams and rivers.

Combined Video Analytics and Image Fusion Are Ushering In A New Era in Surveillance
August 24, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
There are many different tools for surveillance users, such as infrared -- short wave and long wave, image fusion, satellite links, and video streaming, however video analytics utilizing tracking technology and object recognition are ushering in a new era in surveillance.

Study Slams Ethics and Approach of Weight Management Research
August 24, 2010 | YourWeight
The claims made by weight management researchers are speculative and do not accurately represent the data, says a new literature review that concludes more debate on ethics and alternative approaches is required.

How Do You Activate The Brain's Healthy Aging Switch?
August 24, 2010 | Aging
Scientists have reported the first evidence that eating blueberries, strawberries, and acai berries may help the aging brain stay healthy in a crucial but previously unrecognized way.

Live With Effortless Grace
August 24, 2010 | Consciousness
A peaceful life is essentially a simple one and hence effortless. The sheer simplicity of peaceful life is a magnet that attracts, for deep within we identify with it. To be simple is not something external; we have to become simple and natural from within, be open to our own 'internal self', and perform actions knowing where they are leading to.

Oil Spill Aftermath? It's Only The Beginning!
August 23, 2010 | Pollution
Can you complete the following sentence? The BP oil spill is now ___________. If you used words or phrases such as "contained", "over", "capped", "out of the news" or "under control", you have unfortunately fallen prey to the mind play of the mainstream media. The oil spill is none of these things except perhaps out of the news. In fact, the aftermath of the biggest environmental disaster in history has not yet begun.

You Should Never Be Bored: Perpspective and Spontaneity Are The Key
August 23, 2010 | Lifestyle
Do you find yourself staring inordinately into space or examining your finger nails, whenever you have some time off? Boredom can creep in uninformed in the middle of a busy day, or worse still, on a laidback weekend. But it doesn't have to be that way.

New Study Finds New Connection Between Yoga and Mood
August 23, 2010 | MentalHealth
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have found that yoga may be superior to other forms of exercise in its positive effect on mood and anxiety. The findings, which currently appear on-line at Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, is the first to demonstrate an association between yoga postures, increased GABA levels and decreased anxiety.

Bottled vs. Brewed: Study Reveals Healthiest Teas
August 23, 2010 | Nutrition
Labels on bottled tea beverages are typically plastered with declarations of their rich antioxidant content. But a new study suggests, if you're looking for high doses of healthful antioxidants, you might be better off brewing your tea at home.

Are We Real?
August 20, 2010 | Consciousness
Are we real? How do we know if we really exist or whether we could be living in a computer simulation, somewhat like The Matrix? The simulation argument puts forward the view that we are almost definitely living in a computer simulation.

A 'One Size Fits All' Diet Approach Does Not Work
August 20, 2010 | Nutrition
Most doctors and nutritionists will routinely prescribe random dietary advice to patients, without understanding the highly individualized nature of metabolism and energy production.

Nothing is Solid: Understanding The Large Sea of Energy Around Us
August 20, 2010 | TheUniverse
Nobel Prize winning physicists have proven beyond doubt that the physical world is one large sea of energy that flashes into and out of being in milliseconds, over and over again.

Google Plans To Kill Web In Internet Takeover Agenda
August 20, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
The net-neutrality ending deal with Verizon is just the beginning of Google's plans to kill the open and free Internet as part of their takeover agenda to completely control the world wide web and force independent media websites, radio and TV shows out of existence for good.

The Barefoot Running Trend is Gaining Momentum
August 20, 2010 | Fitness
Why would people want to run without their cushy trainers? Running without shoes can strengthen your feet, ankles, and lower legs and improve balance. Some say modern running shoes are to blame for injuries. And one man wrote an immensely popular book that concluded as much.

Is Something Other Than Natural Phenomena Changing Climate?
August 19, 2010 | ClimateChange
As Moscow endures the highest temperatures on record sparking fires and smog, a Russian political scientist has claimed the United States may be using climate-change weapons to alter the temperatures and crop yields of Russia and other Central Asian countries.

The Pill Improves Social Skills and Intelligence?
More Junk Science Directed Towards Women

August 19, 2010 | JunkScience
Why is it that medical journals are promoting the most ridiculous, flawed and baseless studies recently? The latest from the journal Brain Research sponsored by big pharma, makes absurd conclusions that women taking the pill have higher brain functions and social skills.

People With "Fused" Identities Are Willing to Die for Their Social Group
August 19, 2010 | Lifestyle
People who are "fused" with a group--a bond even stronger than group identification--will take extreme actions to protect other group members, but not outsiders, conclude researchers in a new study published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.

Wonder Why Your Teenager Has Headaches?
August 19, 2010 | Headaches
Teenagers with unhealthy lifestyles are more than three times as likely to suffer frequent headaches and migraines than those with healthier habits, according to a new study.

Omega-3-Rich Supplements Reduce Metabolic Health Problems
August 19, 2010 | Nutrition
Omega-3-rich supplements may improve blood lipid levels of people with metabolic syndrome, reducing the risks of developing serious health problems, says a new study.

GMO Crop Sabotage Rising: Citizens Are Working Together To Protect Food Supply
August 18, 2010 | GMO
It doesn't take a genius to figure out that Monsanto is one of the most malevolent companies in the world. Genetically modified foods (GMO) are now accepted as one of the biggest threats to all living things and people are finally retaliating . Ignored by multinational corporations and corrupt public policy makers, citizens are acting to protect the food supply and the planet.

Meditation Really Does Work
August 18, 2010 | MentalHealth
Meditation really does work because it rewires parts of the brain which regulate emotions and behaviour, researchers have found.

From Flab to 21 Days?
August 18, 2010 | YourWeight
An amazing weight-loss programme, conducted in a High Altitude Chamber, is producing encouraging results...

HPV Vaccines' Fraudulent Claims
August 18, 2010 | Vaccines
Gardasil, Silgard and Cervarix may turn out to be the biggest medical hoax of the century should the information revealed on a recent KRFC radio broadcast be proven true. If indeed, the information presented during last Monday evening's broadcast is accurate, HPV vaccines are nothing more than a worldwide exercise in profiteering.

Could A Superbug Be The New H1N1?
August 17, 2010 | Diseases
2009 was the year of the pandemic that never happened. This year, a new drug-resistant bacterial gene may accomplish what the H1N1 never could. Scientists are warning that the super bug, an enzyme called New Delhi-Metallo-1 (NDM-1), could spread across the world as nothing has been able to treat it.

20% of Genes In Your Body Are Patented
August 17, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Here's a disconcerting thought: for the past thirty years, genes have been patentable. And we're not just talking genetically modified corn - your genes, pretty much as they exist in your body, can and have been patented.

Parents Say Wi-Fi Is Making Their Children Sick
August 17, 2010 | EMF
A group of central Ontario parents is demanding their children's schools turn off wireless Internet before they head back to school next month, fearing the technology is making the kids sick.

Effective Techniques To Get Rid of Belly Fat
August 17, 2010 | YourWeight
Whether you have a major paunch or a tiny roundness and want to slim down, here are some effective tips to reduce belly fat.

Unhealthy Patients Could Soon Be Denied Treatment
August 17, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
Unhealthy Britons could be denied free NHS treatments in the next decade, a report warned.

Prevent Disease, Increase Metabolism and Enhance Health with Revolutionary Magnetico Beds
August 16, 2010 | Healing
A revolutionary technology designed by Dr. Dean Bonlie has embraced the power of the earth's magnetic field and translated it to an enhanced sleep system that can help prevent disease, increase metabolism and enhance overall health.

Morgellons: Emerging Nanotechnology is Threatening All Living Things
August 16, 2010 | Nanotechnology
The emerging disease called Morgellons is caused by nano machines which are believed to receive specific microwave, EMF and ELF signals and information. Morgellons nano machines are commonly found in all body fluids and orifices, and are believed to routinely achieve total body systemic penetration.

Snacking Can Actually Help You Lose Weight
August 16, 2010 | Lifestyle
For many of us, snacking is not a bad thing. A study conducted by NPD Group Inc., a global market research firm, revealed that we're snacking more often during the day than after dinner. Moreover, snacking can actually assist in weight loss.

Could Mangoes Be The King of all Fruits?
August 16, 2010 | Nutrition
Not only do they taste great, but mangoes are also loaded with several qualities that are excellent for your health. They are rich in powerful antioxidants that are known to neutralize free radicals that cause damage to cells and lead to health problems like heart disease, premature aging and cancer among other things. Here's why you should consume them...

Is The Loss of the Gulf Loop Current Responsible for Extreme Weather Worldwide?
August 13, 2010 | ClimateChange
Extreme weather is being experienced around the world and may be directly attributable to the BP oil disaster which has directly disrupted the Gulf's loop current. The consequence may be a shut down of atlantic thermoregulation and rapid cooling.

Five WHO Experts Linked To Vaccine Manufacturers
August 13, 2010 | PandemicFlu
A third of the experts advising the World Health Organization about the swine flu pandemic had ties to drugs firms, it has emerged.

5 Foods Every Woman Should Eat
August 13, 2010 | Nutrition
We bring to you five nutritional eats that every woman should include in her diet. Happy eating!

How (Not) to Wreck Your Life
August 13, 2010 | Lifestyle
Dr. Joy Browne, a noted psychologist has noticed that all too commonly, people have their own selves to blame for terrible things that happen to them. Here is her analysis of the seven most common self-sabotaging behaviors that lead people to wreck their own lives.

After Exaggerating The H1N1 Threat, The WHO Claims The Pandemic is Over?
August 12, 2010 | PandemicFlu
The World Health Organization (WHO), the same organization that helped orchestrate a worldwide pandemic flu campaign, has now retracted statements from less than a year ago that the H1N1 pandemic could last years. WHO Director-General Margaret Chan has now declared that the H1N1 flu pandemic has officially ended.

The Blue Plague is Evolving
August 12, 2010 | Pollution
While the Blue Flu symptoms are increasing for more and more people, those who have had 30+ days of direct exposure to the toxic and oxygen depleted Gulf air and water are in immediate danger of permanent and irreversible biological damage... if not death.

Spending Less and Keeping Less Makes You Happier
August 12, 2010 | Happiness
Amid weak job and housing markets, consumers are saving more and spending less than they have in decades, and industry professionals expect that trend to continue. While the current round of stinginess may simply be a response to the economic downturn, some analysts say consumers may also be permanently adjusting their spending based on what they've discovered about what truly makes them happy or fulfilled.

A Fascinating Perspective on Questioning Darwinian Evolution
August 12, 2010 | TheUniverse
Amazing discoveries in many fields, including Biology, are causing scientists to shift their thinking in evolutionary ideas. Spectacular technologies have revolutionized scientific interpretations of the cell and an understanding that has led many scientists to conclude that the cell's molecular mechanisms are very resistant to Darwinian explanation.

Exploring the Extraordinary Power of the Internet
August 12, 2010 | Consciousness
It wields enormous influence, acts as a catalyst for social change and empowers its users to become both consumers and creators of information on a global scale. We must protect it at all costs and ensure the right to free speech persists and attempts to censor fall.

Limitless Clean Energy? Unlocking the Power of the Sun
August 12, 2010 | Sustainability
It is one of mankind's most daring experiments - a quest to produce virtually limitless clean energy that, if successful, would revolutionize life on Earth by harnessing the explosive power of the sun.

Never Ever Give Up in Life
August 11, 2010 | Love
A true testament to the power of love and human will at the Barcelona Summer Olympics.

HIV Does Not Cause AIDS
August 11, 2010 | JunkScience
The international nonprofit scientific organization Rethinking AIDS gave its full support early last year to 37 senior researchers, medical doctors and legal professionals who requested that the medical journal Science withdraw four seminal papers on HIV authored by Dr. Robert Gallo-papers widely touted as proof that HIV is the "probable cause of AIDS."

A Massive Ice Island Broke Off In Greenland and The Cause Is Not Global Warming
August 11, 2010 | ClimateChange
A giant ice island has broken off the Petermann Glacier in northern Greenland and the cause is not global warming.

You Are a Blue Pearl
August 11, 2010 | Consciousness
Head understands head and heart understands heart. The nose can only smell; eyes can only see; ears can only hear. Similarly, the heart can only feel while the head can only think.

Our Poisoned Food Supply: Genetically Modified Foods
August 11, 2010 | GMO
Once again I step upon the soap box to mention a few thoughts and concerns on the topic of "Our Poisoned Food Supply." This time I will speak on the dangers of the use and consumption of genetically modified foods or GMOs as they are more commonly called.

Puberty Now Striking 7-year-Old Girls
August 11, 2010 | ChildHealth
As it turns out, puberty at age 7 or 8 isn't so unusual these days. A new study, published in the journal Pediatrics, shows that more American girls are maturing earlier and earlier. Typically, U.S. girls hit puberty around age 10 or 11.

Open Your Mind and Let Your Ego Dissolve
August 10, 2010 | Consciousness
Human desire manifests itself in different forms but the driving force is the same. It is power, fame and money and ultimately, all these boil down to the desire for control. Some call it an ego trip.

Genetically Modified Canola Found Growing Wild
August 10, 2010 | GMO
A University of Arkansas researcher has found genetically modified canola growing wild in Dakota -- in addition, she found two different GM varieties had interbred to produce a completely new GM canola.

Everything Is A Lie: The Deliberate Intent To Deceive People Is At An All Time High
August 10, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
From pollution to politics, the era of deception and duplicity has reached new heights and hijacked almost every form of media in the world. In the last frontiers for truth such as the internet, disinformation operations are in full swing to discredit and destroy any semblance of authentic and factual information available to the public.

Flatulence Inoculation: A New Low For Vaccine Manufacturers
August 10, 2010 | Vaccines
A new low for vaccine researchers has just been reached in New Zealand where scientists claim to have developed a "flatulence inoculation" aimed at cutting down on the amount of methane produced by its sheep and cows.

Promising Functional Foods: Studying The Bioactivity of Cherries
August 9, 2010 | Antioxidants
A new study investigating the bioactivity of cherry compounds has identified polyphenol-rich varieties that could be 'promising functional foods.'

Asthma Inhalers Increase Prostate Cancer Risk
August 9, 2010 | Cancer
Researchers found that male asthma sufferers who use inhalers are up to 40 percent more likely to develop tumours than men without the condition.

Children's Veggie Intake Linked To Cartoons and Parties
August 9, 2010 | ChildHealth
Cartoons, tasting parties and junior cooking classes can help increase vegetable intake in kindergarten children, according to new research published in the journal Nutrition and Dietetics.

Lose Fat and Protect Against Insulin Resistance With Coconut
August 9, 2010 | Nutrition
A diet rich in coconut oil keeps fat away and also protects against insulin resistance, a new study shows.

Did You Know Green Tea Contains Dangerous Levels of Toxic Sodium Fluoride?
August 6, 2010 | Toxins
Green tea has emerged as a major natural substance in fighting diseases like heart disease, cancer and helping with weight loss. It's been mass marketed to billions around the world and many sip it religiously everyday in the hopes that it will make them healthier. All except for one thing, it contains toxic sodium fluoride.

Embrace The Season and Benefits of Strawberries
August 6, 2010 | Nutrition
They are the fruit of the season. Strawberries are a great option as they are rich in vitamins and minerals, low in calories, and widely available during this season.

Besides Weight Loss, Chilis Have Another Huge Benefit
August 6, 2010 | Antioxidants
Researchers in Korea had recently published emerging evidence to suggest why capsaicin may aid weight loss. Now, a new study has linked frequent intake of capsaicin to a reduction in blood pressure, the first time that the effect has been observed for long-term use.

Don't Delay: The Optimum Period After A Miscarriage To Conceive Is Faster Than You Think
August 6, 2010 | Pregnancy
Women who conceive within six months of an initial miscarriage have the best chance of having a healthy pregnancy with the lowest complication rates, according to a new study published on the British Medical Journal website.

Canada Forfeits Sovereignty Over Food and Natural Health
August 5, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Hidden in the language of Bill C-36, the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act, is a clause which makes Canadians "subject to the dictates of foreign authorities", which are undefined but could mean anything from a foreign government to a trade association like the WTO, NAFTA, CETA, etc., to the United Nations.

The NOAA Says Oil-Contaminated Fish are "Safe to Eat" Within Weeks. Do You Believe Them?
August 5, 2010 | Pollution
Dr. Lubchenco, an administrator for The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) states in this video that although fish in the gulf are contaminated initially, they could be "safe to eat" within weeks. Do you believe it?

10 Ways You Can Boost Your Intellect
August 5, 2010 | MentalHealth
As scientists reveal that a weekend lie-in provides an essential boost to brain power, Chris Buscombe explores 10 other factors which may help improve your intellect.

Eating Less But Feeling Full? Lose Weight By Tricking Your Brain With These Foods
August 5, 2010 | Nutrition
While excessive weight and obesity continue to climb around the world, nutritional scientists in labs around the world are trying to answer the question: what fills us up?

After Fluoride: What's Going Into Your Water Next?
August 5, 2010 | Water
We are living at a time when the political class, more and more, has been taking it upon themselves to dictate the day to day health of the private class. It's only a matter of time before the members of the political class, who have far too much power, startexperimentingwith "enhancements" that go far beyond just teeth.

Consciousness as Guide
August 5, 2010 | Consciousness
There are infinite levels of consciousness; all is consciousness. This play is infinite; the Divine is infinite; the levels are infinite. God is infinite so everything is infinite. We cannot say that there are ten levels, twenty levels: it's infinite.

Western Diets Blamed For Surge in Allergies and Illness
August 5, 2010 | Allergies
If you think you're seeing more people sneezing and tearing up this allergy season, you might be right. Studies show that allergies are on the rise in developed countries, including the United States -- not just seasonal allergies, but allergies of all kinds. The rise of junk food and high-fat diets could be behind the explosion of allergies sweeping Britain, scientists claimed.

Which Countries Do Not Support That Water Is a Basic Human Right? Prepare To Be Shocked!
August 4, 2010 | Water
41 countries have abstained in the July 28 UN General Assembly vote on Bolivia's resolution to recognize access to water and sanitation as basic human rights. Rather than honestly vote "no", they abstained to avoid being labeled as opponents of access to water, but many made statements that reveal their hostility to the very idea of recognizing water as a human right.

A New Breed of Genetically Engineered Vaccines Will Take Control of Our DNA and Minds
August 4, 2010 | Vaccines
Academics say they are close to developing the first vaccine to pacify people in a single jab, while in other circles the military plans to inject troops with gas-propelled, electro-charged DNA.

The Truth About Fluoride Hits Mainstream Television in Australia
August 4, 2010 | Toxins
The truth about fluoride and its toxicity levels are rarely publicized on the mainstream media. After all, how would the public react if they learned they were being deliberately poisoned by their own governments? However, a local news broadcast in Melbourne, Australia has done just that, exposing the realities of what fluoride really does to the human body.

Could Guacamole Be The Ultimate Cancer Fighting Food?
August 4, 2010 | Cancer
While most of us appreciate avocados in the form of good guacamole, many of us are not aware of the many health benefits that this delicious food has to offer. Aside from the avocados themselves, there are many other ingredients that go into the creation of a good organic guacamole recipe. These ingredients offer some surprising benefits for cancer and our overall health.

Biologist Says Humans Can Live To Be 1000
August 3, 2010 | Aging
If we can stop the physical deterioration that comes with age, molecular biologist Aubrey de Grey sees no reason why human beings shouldn't live to be 1,000.

New York Times and Other Media Pushing for Drugging Water Supply
August 3, 2010 | Water
Big Think, a website that interviews scientists and experts in various fields has begun a month-long series called, "Dangerous Ideas" and the first post features drugging the public water supply.

Flu Vaccines Are Causing A Tenfold Increase in Convulsions Among Children
August 3, 2010 | Vaccines
Doctors have been told not to use a particular flu jab on 110,000 children after it was linked with a tenfold increase in convulsions caused by high fever.

Should we Release Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes into the Environment?
August 3, 2010 | GMO
Scientists in the US have managed to genetically engineer a malaria-resistant mosquito. The tremendous event has been hailed as the first of its kind and a breakthrough in the scientific community, but is all the speculation true? Is it a good idea to introduce these genetically engineered mosquitoes into the environment?

The Science of Ingredients For Eye Health
August 3, 2010 | Antioxidants
The health condition garnering most of the attention in the eye health segment is age-related macular degeneration, or AMD. As the name suggests, this is a degenerative retinal disease that causes central vision loss and leaves only peripheral vision. How can lutein, zeaxanthin, astaxanthin, beta-carotene, and bilberry extracts help?

A Glimpse into the Spirit World
August 3, 2010 | Consciousness
True Freedom can only come to those who are without fear. Fear is a lever used by evil men to lead us away from our duties. The greatest fear men have is the fear of death.

Who Needs a Gym? Easy Ways To Workout At Home
August 2, 2010 | Fitness
Exercising at home is an excellent alternative to the gym because you can fit it into your day, it's affordable, convenient and cost-effective. You also need minimal equipment or no equipment for those who are very creative. Think you need a gym to stay in shape? Think again.

Food Watchdog Investigates Secret Sales of Milk From Cloned Cows
August 2, 2010 | Labeling
Milk from the offspring of cloned cows is secretly - and illegally - going into high street shops.

Cannabis Prohibition Continues Because of Suppression of Cancer Killing Cannabinoids
August 2, 2010 | Cancer
Cannabinoids, the active components of marijuana, inhibit tumor growth in laboratory animalsand also kill cancer cells. Western governments have known this for a long time yet they continued to suppress the information so that cannabis prohibition and the profits generated by the drug industry proliferated.

Five-in-One Pentavalent Vaccine Leads To Child Deaths
August 2, 2010 | Vaccines
The pentavalent or the five-in-one vaccine that has been recommended in India by the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization actually killed children in Sri Lanka and Bhutan, warns an article in the latest issue of the British Medical Journal (BMJ).


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