ASCO Shills Promote Flawed Study Which Ignores The Dangers of Mammograms
September 30, 2010 | JunkScience
A new study from Sweden is stirring fresh debate over whether women should get mammograms. It suggests that the breast cancer screening test can lower the risk of dying of the disease without considering the overwhelming evidence of its dangers.
The Dirtiest Item In Your Home May Depend Where You Live
September 30, 2010 | Lifestyle
The dirtiest item in your home may not necessarily be your tooth brush, converter or door knob as most people think. In fact, it may also depend on what part of the world you live in. A study by the Hygiene Council states the facts.
Pesticides Increase Incidence of ADHD
September 30, 2010 | Toxins
If you're a parent and you hate bugs, you have a choice: you can either tough it out and live with the bugs, or you can spray the bugs with pesticides and spawn hyperactive kids - or at least that's what new studies claim. Recently, two separate studies reported a correlation between exposure to pesticides and increased incidence of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) in children. The studies were published in Environmental Health Perspectives and Pediatrics, respectively.
Ten Natural Sleep Tips
September 30, 2010 | Sleep
Everybody knows that a good night's sleep is essential. However, sleep patterns change as we grow older, and the incidence of sleep disorders increases with age. Regardless of age or sex, here are sound tips for a good night of zzz's.
While We Were Sleeping...
September 30, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Bill C-36 must not pass. That doorway to health serfdom must be closed, and CETA must be stopped. Together, they pose more than a threat to our treasured, but waning, freedom to choose what is done to our own bodies, and those of our children, which by itself is a dismal enough outcome: they end a piece, a precedent-setting piece, of our democracy.
Do Pushy Parents Risk Damaging Their Child's Health?
September 29, 2010 | ChildHealth
Pushy parents risk damaging their children's health if they link affection to sporting success, it has been claimed.
Don't Worry About Genetically Modified Foods, Just Trust Us!
September 29, 2010 | GMO
Don't worry your little heads over the gene-spliced foods on your plates. Just trust companies like Monsanto when they tell you their genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are perfectly safe.
Religion vs. Spirituality: What's The Difference?
September 29, 2010 | Consciousness
It has become quite popular in recent years to distinguish between spirituality and religion. It's true that there are valid distinctions between the two, but there are also a number of problematic distinctions which often and unnecessarily divide the two fields of thought.
Breakthrough May Open Up Tea Compound's Brain Potential
September 29, 2010 | Antioxidants
Scientists from Unilever RandD have modelled the absorption and breakdown of L-theanine in humans, with results that may cast more light on the potential brain benefits of the tea compound.
The Most Mysterious Diseases Known To Man Are Not So Myserterious At All - Part II
September 28, 2010 | Diseases
Yahoo Lifestyle recently published 10 mysterious diseases via LiveScience. In Part I we discussed the first five diseases and how their claims of unidentifiable causes or cures have overlooked years of evidence which establish both. In Part II, we will examine the last five diseases, many which also have causes that may shock you.
Australia Calls For National Vaccine Surveillance Program
September 28, 2010 | Vaccines
Delays in official responses to an outbreak of convulsions among recently vaccinated infants have exposed differences between federal and state health authorities and prompted experts to call for a national surveillance scheme.
The All-Important Principle of Balance
September 28, 2010 | Consciousness
There is a need to maintain a balance between spirituality and materialism. It is fortunate if one of the first lessons in a young life is about the all-important principle of balance - something that is missing in so many lives.
Sugary Sports Drinks Mistakenly Associated With Being Healthy
September 28, 2010 | JunkFood
Children who practice healthy lifestyle habits such as eating fruits and vegetables and engaging in physical activity may be negatively impacting their health because they tend to consume large amounts of flavored and sports beverages containing sugar according to researchers.
The Most Mysterious Diseases Known To Man Are Not So Mysterious At All - Part I
September 27, 2010 | Diseases
Yahoo Lifestyle recently published 10 mysterious diseases via LiveScience. The problem is, not one of the diseases listed is mysterious at all. In fact, every single illness they list as unexplainable has causes and treatments which have been sourced for many years now, and some of these causes may shock you. In this part one of a two-part series, we tackle this first 5 diseases, detailing what they say and what is known.
Is Conventional Pet Food Poisoning Our Dogs?
September 27, 2010 | Pets
Rebecca Hosking decided to turn detective when her collie fell ill. What the woman who led Britain's first campaign to ban plastic bags discovered will alarm every animal lover.
Without Due Care: An Australian Hospital Tragedy
September 27, 2010 | JunkHealthcare
Medical negligence is a subject no one wants to talk about until it happens to them. An Australian woman is demanding answers to 'what went wrong' with her late husband's treatment and care in a Sydney public hospital that led to his untimely and unnecessary death.
Australia's Health Authority Failing The Public on Safety of Vaccines
September 25, 2010 | Vaccines
Australia's health authorities are failing to uphold the public safety of vaccines because of the confused and flawed monitoring of side effects, the Consumer Health Forum says.
Stopping The Maternal Death Clock and Ending Maternal Mortality
September 25, 2010 | Pregnancy
Hundreds of thousands of women and girls continue to die in pregnancy and childbirth each year. Most of them live in developing countries and low-income communities. In fact, one woman dies in childbirth every 90 seconds.
Genetically Altered Salmon Grow Twice As Fast And Could Be Twice As Toxic
September 24, 2010 | GMO
That juicy salmon steak on your plate may look the same as ever, but the fish has spent about half the growing time compared with its original farmed ancestor which may lead to a host of problems.
Inception and Consciousness
September 24, 2010 | Consciousness
While western audiences marvel at Inception, this "James Bond meets Matrix" tale, very few are perhaps aware that Sri Aurobindo, the renowned mystic and spiritual master had spent considerable years through his Integral Yoga, probing what he called the 'subconscient' human mind and came up with some interesting insights on universal consciousness as a whole.
Four Unexpected Food Facts
September 24, 2010 | Nutrition
Eat fiber, avoid trans-fat, watch your glycemic load ... you've got the basics down cold. But nutrition science can be wild and woolly, with more surprises than you might expect.
Does Living In a High-Rise Make You Age Faster?
September 24, 2010 | Aging
Researchers have demonstrated one of Einstein's theories of relativity - that the further away from the Earth you are, the faster time passes works even on a human scale.
Canadians To Be Vaccinated With Live H1N1 Virus with MSG For The 2010/11 Flu Season
September 23, 2010 | Vaccines
The Public Health Agency of Canada has once again given their seal of approval for the injection of a dangerous cocktail of toxic chemicals they call a trivalent vaccine. The 2010/11 recipients of AstraZeneca's FLUMIST will be exposed to several strains of live viruses including H1N1 and H3N2. The vaccine also contains MSG and other known neurotoxins and immunotoxins.
What Most Doctors Won't Tell You About Colds and Flus
September 23, 2010 | PandemicFlu
Conventional medicine and the pharmaceutical industry would have you believe that there is no "cure" for the common cold, that you should protect yourself against the flu with a vaccine that is laden with toxic chemicals, and that during the midst of a cold or flu, it is favorable to ease your discomfort with a variety of medications that can suppress your symptoms. Unfortunately, all three of these positions represent a lack of understanding of what colds and flus really are, and what they mean to your body.
NASA: The Earth Could Experience Huge Radiation Levels By 2013
September 23, 2010 | TheUniverse
A massive solar flare could cause global chaos in 2013, causing blackouts and wrecking satellite communications, a conference recently heard.
Scientists Find The Taste Genes Can Predict Tooth Decay
September 23, 2010 | HumanBody
Exactly how dental caries occurs and progresses is known to be influenced by a complex interplay of both environmental and genetic factors, with numerous contributing factors having been identified including bacterial flora, dietary habits, oral hygiene, salivary flow, salivary composition, and tooth structure. What about taste?
Reduce Body Fat With These 12 Indian Foods and Spices
September 22, 2010 | Nutrition
You don't have to acquire a taste for olive oil or seaweed to maintain a low-fat, healthy diet. Indian cuisine can be healthy too, if it's cooked with oil and ingredients that take care of your heart and health.
Emotions Are Processed Differently By Women With The Baby Blues
September 22, 2010 | Pregnancy
Post-natal depression? Don't blame raging hormones: the brains of women with post-natal depression process negative emotions differently to new mothers without the condition.
Young Adults Being Coaxed By The Tech and Industry To Drop Auto Purchases and Long Commutes
September 22, 2010 | Lifestyle
Selling cars to young adults under 30 is proving to be a real challenge for automakers. Unlike their elders, Generation Yers own fewer cars and don't drive much. They're likely to see autos as a source of pollution, not as a sex or status symbol as their predecessors did.
EatingWell Media Group Promotes Disinformation Piece on Microwaves and High-Fructose Corn Syrup
September 21, 2010 | JunkJournalism
The most prominent and successful media portals of disinformation are those that mix it up. That is, they skillfully and often disproportionately interweave established truths to hold the reader's confidence, while directly or indirectly interjecting falsities into the same stream of thought. The EatingWell Media Group has done a phenomenal job exemplifying this art with their latest piece of junk journalism titled "The 13 Biggest Nutrition and Food Myths Busted."
Is Butter Better?
September 21, 2010 | Nutrition
For many years, butter was replaced by margarine on the menus of health-conscious consumers. But like many dietary taboos, that's beginning to change. A little butter is better than the fake stuff.
Could Cavemen Hold The Key To Healthy Eating?
September 21, 2010 | Nutrition
There's something incongruous about the hi-tech modern food industry sniffing around the Palaeolithic era for the next big consumer trend. But hold the side order of cynicism. There might just be some logic to good old-fashioned instinctive eating.
Why Do We Have So Much Trouble Estimating Calories?
September 21, 2010 | Nutrition
When it comes to estimating calorie counts, we aren't really on the ball. According to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research, this may be because of the order in which we encounter the food.
Electrically Charged Patch Being Marketed To Cure Acne
September 21, 2010 | Nanotechnology
A high-tech skin patch which produces an electric charge is being marketed as a new way to cure acne.
70% of World's Raw Chocolate Soon To Be Genetically Modified
September 20, 2010 | GMO
With the intention of flooding 70% of the global cocoa supply with genetically modified (GMO) cocoa tree hybrids, a collaboration involving Mars, USDA and IBM is accelerating this process.
Our Cancer Risk Is Determined Even Before Conception
September 20, 2010 | GMO
A person's chances of developing cancer are effected by their mother's behavior before they are even conceived, a leading nutritionist has claimed.
FDA Prevents Genetically Modified Labeling on Foods
September 20, 2010 | GMO
That the Food and Drug Administration is opposed to labeling foods that are genetically modified is no surprise anymore, but a report in the Washington Post indicates the FDA won't even allow food producers to label their foods as being free of genetic modification.
Walking The Pathless Path
September 20, 2010 | Consciousness
Sometimes a lesson has to be repeated for thousands of years, not because it wasn't learned the first time but because new people arrive on the scene.
Mutated, Deformed and Tumor-Laden Fish Found in Canada
September 17, 2010 | Pollution
Deformed and mutated fish are reasons, say a group of scientists and aboriginals, for the Canadian federal government to conduct an independent study on what's happening to the Athabasca River and its watershed after decades of industry expansion in northern Alberta.
The Charlatans Keep Talking: Neuroscientist Claims The Internet Is Harmful to Society
September 17, 2010 | Freedom
Chalk it up to another delusion from the vast herd of self-interested neuroscientists. A prominent female scholar from Britain claims that society should be aware of the potentially harmful effects of the internet and networking sites.
What Type of Personality Affects Your Health Most?
September 17, 2010 | Lifestyle
If you're a socially awkward, glass-half-empty sort of person, take note: New research suggests having a "distressed" personality may jeopardize your health. A study published in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes finds that those with this personality type, known as Type D, are at three times the risk for future heart problems, including peripheral artery disease, heart failure, and death, compared to more optimistic sorts.
So What is Our Problem? Energy and Illusion as Quantum Reality as the Future
September 17, 2010 | Consciousness
What has caused our problem within the context of our existence? In the very beginning, we emerged from the physical universe. In our emergence from it, we were in a way like an energetic impulse that came from it.
End of the Wild Soul: Homo Lobotimus and the War for Your Mind
September 17, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Recently coming into public view have been several proposals in the media for taming the human populace that many perceive would amount to "biological lobotomization." The last time this language was so conspicuous in the public arena was when the BBC documentary The Century of the Self characterized the engineering of mass consumerism and egocentrism, spearheaded by psychopathic genius Edward Bernays, as the creation of "lobotomized happiness machines."
Why Antiviral Drugs And Vaccines Are Useless: Flu Viruses Can Mutate Overnight
September 16, 2010 | Vaccines
A swine flu virus infecting a woman in Singapore mutated into a drug-resistant form virtually overnight, doctors reported in a study that they say shows the limitations of using drugs to treat influenza.
Diet May Be A Much Bigger Influence On Your Weight Than Exercise
September 16, 2010 | YourWeight
It will give couch potatoes more reason to put their feet up and disappoint those who hit the gym to try to shed the extra pounds.
Your Internal Dialogue Influences Your Motivation and Behavior
September 16, 2010 | Happiness
Those who ask themselves whether they will perform a task generally do better than those who tell themselves that they will, according to a research study.
Is Male Menopause A Myth or Reality?
September 16, 2010 | Hormones
For women of a certain age, menopause is a fact of life. But this middle-age change no longer looks so feminine.
Who Said Salt is Bad? "Good Salt" Reduces Blood Pressure
September 15, 2010 | Nutrition
In modern society, salt is considered a detriment to human health, but it has not always had this stigma. In fact, Romans were paid in salt, thus the word "salary." Salt was also worth its weight in gold to African and European explorers. This naturally occurring substance was so highly prized simply because living organisms cannot survive without it. An increased intake of 'good' potassium salts could contribute significantly to improving blood pressure at the population level, according to new research.
High Fructose Corn Syrup To Be Renamed Corn Sugar Due To Bad Publicity and a Savvy Public
September 15, 2010 | Toxins
With an increasingly wise public tuned-in to the dangers of toxins in foods, the Corn Refiners Association has petitioned the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asking it to allow the term "corn sugar" as an alternative label declaration for high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).
Eating Watercress Prevents Breast Cancer
September 15, 2010 | Antioxidants
Eating watercress every day could help to prevent breast cancer, researchers have found.
Canadian Researchers Now Need Government Approval Before Speaking To Media
September 15, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Documents reveal federal researchers, whose work is financed by taxpayers, need approval from Ottawa before speaking with media.
Dangerous Hormone Replacement Therapy Endorsed By Drug Company's Ghost Writers
September 15, 2010 | BigPharma
Ghostwritten articles commissioned by drug company Wyeth may have led to hormone replacement therapy (HRT) being recommended to healthy menopausal women, despite evidence that it increases the risk of breast cancer.
Medicinal Herbs Will Soon Disappear in The EU
September 14, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
It's almost a done deal. We are about to see herbal preparations disappear, and the ability of herbalists to prescribe them will also be lost.
Warning All Pregnant Women: Miscarriages/Stillbirths From The H1N1 Vaccine As High As 3,587 Cases
September 14, 2010 | Vaccines
A shocking report from the National Coalition of Organized Women (NCOW) presented data from two different sources demonstrating that the 2009/10 H1N1 vaccines contributed to an estimated 1,588 miscarriages and stillbirths. A corrected estimate may be as high as 3,587 cases. NCOW also highlights the fact that the CDC failed to inform their vaccine providers of the incoming data of the reports of suspected H1N1 vaccine related fetal demise.
Like Being Amazed? Why We Must Keep Reminding Ourselves of How Little We Know
September 14, 2010 | Consciousness
In attempting to realize our imaginations, we subconsciously create multi-layered, artificial "what-if "s realities, fooling ourselves into believing what is not. We presume the liberty of desiring the unachievable - instant cash, overnight success, unlimited power, textbook relationships - only to end up burdening ourselves with a sense of non-achievement, and letting our perceived failures govern us.
Drug-Resistant Superbug Found in U.S. and Canada
September 14, 2010 | Viruses
An infectious-disease nightmare is unfolding: Bacteria that have been made resistant to nearly all antibiotics by an alarming new gene have sickened people in three states and are popping up all over the world, health officials recently reported.
What Do You Put In A Smoothie To Help Prevent Diabetes?
September 14, 2010 | Antioxidants
A daily smoothie containing bioactive ingredients from blueberry increased sensitivity to insulin, and may reduce the risk of developing diabetes in at-risk people, says a new study.
The Dangers of Sitting
September 14, 2010 | HumanBody
Here's a surprising item to add to our list of health hazards to beware -- chairs! A slew of research studies show that it's dangerous to spend too much time on your derriere -- in fact, the newest study found a correlation between hours spent sitting and early death. On average, American adults spend more than half of their waking hours sitting. Can something so simple and commonplace really be so deadly?
Music: A Prescription That Actually Works For a Change
September 13, 2010 | Sound
Scientists at Glasgow Caledonian University are using sound engineering and psychology to see how music can convey emotion and regulate mood.
Your Type of Handshake May Be Linked To Your Lifespan
September 13, 2010 | HumanBody
The strength of your handshake could be a clue to how long you'll live, say scientists from University College London.
The Deschooling and Unschooling Movement Is Growing
September 13, 2010 | ChildHealth
A small but growing movement known as deschooling, life learning, unschooling, and edu-punk is home-schooling returned to its postwar progressive roots, far from the Bible-thumping mould that has come to dominate the modern image of home-schoolers.
Have Inflammation? Your IQ May Be Lower Than Average
September 13, 2010 | Diseases
Inflammation is associated with lower intelligence and premature death, according to Swedish scientists from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden.
Founder of Biodynamic Agriculture: Vaccinations Will Prevent The Inclination Towards Spirituality
September 11, 2010 | Consciousness
Rudolf Steiner, the founder of biodynamic agriculture and Australian philosopher said that the whole innoculation trend will go in a direction where a way will finally be found to vaccinate bodies so that these bodies will not allow the inclination towards spiritual ideas to develop and all their lives people will believe only in the physical world they perceive with the senses.
Dentistry Official Says Fluoride More Harmful Than Beneficial
September 10, 2010 | Toxins
Details of the cavity rates in two Canadian provinces have been compiled by Statistics Canada in a study into the health status of Canadians. The paper sought the information to see what light it would shed on the effectiveness of fluoridation, which has been touted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as one of the top 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century, and is endorsed by all dental associations in the country and by Health Canada. It turns out, fluoridation in not a great public health achievement after all.
Why Are We The Way We Are?
September 10, 2010 | Consciousness
Whichever way you have 'become', you have only created and cultivated a small part of it consciously.
Morning Sickness: Has Anything Ever Been Proven to Work?
September 10, 2010 | Pregnancy
Some take ginger tea, vitamins or antacids. Others try to combat morning sickness with sugar solutions or anti-sickness pills.
Two Foods You Should Never, Ever Eat After Exercise
September 10, 2010 | Fitness
Did you know that what you eat directly after exercising - typically within two hours - can have a significant impact on the health benefits you reap from your exercise?
Why Do Some People Remain Slim After High-Fat Diets While Others Gain Weight?
September 9, 2010 | YourWeight
An international study has discovered the reason why some people who eat a high-fat diet remain slim, yet others pile on the weight.
JAMA Study Says Vaccines Pushed on Infants Causes Drug-Resistant Pneumonia
September 9, 2010 | Vaccines
A drug-resistant strain of pneumonia is the result of a highly-praised vaccine routinely given to infants three times in their first year of life, according to a study that will be published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
High-Fructose Corn Syrup Causes Considerable Weight Gain
September 9, 2010 | Toxins
A Princeton University research team has demonstrated that all sweeteners are not equal when it comes to weight gain: Rats with access to high-fructose corn syrup gained significantly more weight than those with access to table sugar, even when their overall caloric intake was the same.
Coffee Protects Against Oxidative Damage to DNA
September 9, 2010 | Antioxidants
A daily cup of coffee may reduce the oxidative damage to DNA by 12 percent, according to a pan-European study.
Pharma Planning to Dump Experimental and Controversial Vaccines in Public Schools
September 9, 2010 | Vaccines
Parents would revolt if they knew that the pharmaceutical industry, the Department of Health and Human Services, and Centers for Disease Control have allocated millions of dollars in funding to establish vaccine clinics in the public schools. Pumping children with experimental vaccines in public school is about to be pursued as a matter of policy.
Whey Protein Found To Lower Blood Pressure
September 8, 2010 | Nutrition
Whey protein is essential in the exercise world today because of its ability to be digested very rapidly. This allows the protein to become available for muscle building very quickly. A new study found that beverages formulated with whey proteins may offer a dietary approach to reducing blood pressure in people at risk of hypertension.
Earthquake Frequency and Magnitude Are On The Rise Globally
September 8, 2010 | ClimateChange
Few can doubt the enormous impact of a 7+ magnitude earthquake on health and regional infrastructure. In the past six months, there have been 13 earthquakes around the world of at least 7.0 or more on the Richter scale. Earthquakes above 5 are up 125% compared to their average frequency over the last hundred years.
How Flossing Can Save Your Life
September 8, 2010 | Lifestyle
Brushing your teeth and flossing may be a chore, but it could just save your life, according to a new study.
Gulf Waters Reopened For Fishing: NOAA Claims Gulf Shrimp and Seafood Safe To Eat
September 8, 2010 | Pollution
Gina Solomon, senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council, is calling on federal officials to conduct a more rigorous testing regimen for Gulf of Mexico shrimp and seafood after the the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) proclaimed the shrimp and seafood safe to eat.
Forget The Flu Shot: Preseason Flu Fighters Are Your Best Defense
September 7, 2010 | Immunity
There are simple and cost effective ways to fortify your immune system before the various strains of flu start gathering strength. If you do this at the end of the summer, you can greatly increase your ability to fight circulating viruses. All of the following products are widely available in health-food stores.
The WHO Is Pursuing Aggressive Vaccine Production
September 7, 2010 | Vaccines
Since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared in June that the swine flu pandemic was over, the agency is now at it again with another round of fear mongering urging health authorities to ramp up the speed and volume of production for the next global outbreak
Slowing Your Mind Exposes You To Greater Creativity
September 7, 2010 | Lifestyle
A slow brain can nurture more creative ideas, a new American research has suggested.
Medicinal Mushrooms Ease Anxiety and Mood
September 7, 2010 | MentalHealth
In the first human study of its kind to be published in more than 35 years, researchers found psilocybin, an hallucinogen which occurs naturally in "magic mushrooms," can safely improve the moods of patients with advanced-stage cancer and anxiety, according to an article published online September 6 in the Archives of General Psychiatry.
A Bad Day Is All In Your Head...It's All About Perception
September 3, 2010 | Happiness
Woke up feeling blue? Does it feel like a 'bad day' today? Hold that thought - for it's all probably just in your head - says a new study.
Osteoporosis Drugs Double Cancer Risk
September 3, 2010 | Cancer
Those who take osteoporosis medication (oral bisphosphonates) for five years or more are twice as likely to develop the cancer than those who have not, the analysis of medical records found.
Stephen Hawking Is Not A Fan of Infinite Consciousness
September 3, 2010 | TheUniverse
Followers of spirituality, religion and consciousness may all be disappointed with a recent conclusion from one of the most brilliant men in the world today. Stephen Hawking recently proclaimed that no divine force was needed to explain why the Universe was formed.
Why Use Cholesterol Lowering Drugs When Strawberries Do The Job
September 3, 2010 | Antioxidants
Daily supplements of a freeze-dried strawberry powder improved heart health markers in people with metabolic syndrome, says new data from Oklahoma.
Infant Formulas Are Contaminated With Aluminum
September 2, 2010 | BigPharma
The aluminum content of a range of the most popular brands of infant formulas remains high, and particularly so for a product designed for preterm infants and a soya-based product designed for infants with cow's milk intolerances and allergies, researchers have found.
The Myth of Cholesterol
September 2, 2010 | BigPharma
There is now a widely held opinion that the focus of so many doctors on cholesterol as the bad guy is a myth - perpetrated perhaps by drug companies.
How The Food Industry Deceives Us With Food Labels
September 2, 2010 | GovernmentAbuse
Last week, a survey by consumer watchdog found that food label claims such as "pure", "fresh", "non-artificial", "natural" and "real" are largely unregulated and are confusing shoppers.
It Turns Out That Medication IS The Problem in the Mental Illness Epidemic
September 2, 2010 | BigPharma
Tens of millions of innocent, unsuspecting Americans, who are mired deeply in the mental "health" system, have actually been made crazy by the use of or the withdrawal from commonly-prescribed, brain-altering, brain-disabling, indeed brain-damaging psychiatric drugs that have been, for many decades, cavalierly handed out like candy.
Big Bucks, Big Pharma: Marketing Disease and Pushing Drugs
September 2, 2010 | BigPharma
Big Bucks, Big Pharma pulls back the curtain on the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry to expose the insidious ways that illness is used, manipulated, and in some instances created, for capital gain.
Toxins in Water Supply Are Not Being Monitored: Fraudulent Water Testing is On The Rise
September 1, 2010 | Toxins
The chemical contaminants that infest city water supplies in industrialized nations are abundant, including fluoride, chlorine and many others. What's worse is that many of these chemicals are added intentionally under faulty and misguided science. To top that off, city officials are increasingly being caught for falsifying documents and submitting fraudulent water tests.
Your Genetics Are No Excuse For Being Overweight
September 1, 2010 | YourWeight
Academics found that people could work off around 40 per cent of the extra weight that "fat genes" laid on them by exercising.
Do The Everyday Dance
September 1, 2010 | Consciousness
When we begin to notice the way our body moves, we become more in tune with time while being on the go. So become more aware than others.
Breastfeeding Even One Month Reduces Risk of Diabetes
September 1, 2010 | Breastfeeding
Mothers who breastfeed their children for at least a month are less likely to get Type 2 diabetes than those mothers who did not breastfeed their children at all, according to a study to be published in the September issue of The American Journal of Medicine.