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  1. New York Proposed Mandatory Gardasil Vaccine To Target Home Schoolers

    Brian Shilhavy
    December 3 2019

    Given recent legislative actions in New York, as well as proposed new ones, to remove any exemptions to vaccines and mandate that all children must be vaccinated,...
  2. Parkinson's: Ultrasound Technology May Relieve Symptoms

    Monica Beyer
    December 1 2019

    A new study shows that pulses of minimally invasive ultrasound waves improve the quality of life for people living with Parkinson's disease by immediately and...
  3. Valerian: Everything You Knew And Everything You Didn't

    Linda Woolven and Ted Snyder
    November 6 2019

    Valerian is the herbal superstar for insomnia. Several studies prove that valerian safely helps you fall asleep faster and enjoy a better sleep....
  4. Study Links Some Antibiotics To Raised Risk Of Parkinson's Disease

    Catharine Paddock
    November 26 2019

    Scientists have found a link between the use of oral antibiotics and the risk of Parkinson's disease. They suggest that the connection could be due to the...
  5. How Fruit And Vegetable Compounds Help Prevent Colorectal Cancer

    Catharine Paddock
    November 29 2019

    Flavonoids are compounds that are naturally present in fruit and vegetables. Scientists have known for 20 years that they can help prevent colorectal cancer...
  6. Osteoporosis: Could Selenium Reduce Risk?

    Tim Newman
    November 27 2019

    A recent study from China finds an association between dietary intake of selenium and osteoporosis risk. Although the authors cannot determine whether the link is...
  7. Some' Brain-Boosting' Supplements Contain High Level Of Unapproved Drug

    Nicoletta Lanese
    November 24 2019

    Researchers uncovered unapproved drugs in several "nootropics."

    Some supplements marketed to improve memory and boost brain power contain extremely high...
  8. For Brain Health One Food Makes All The Difference

    Health Impact News
    April 22nd, 2019

    Botanically, it’s closer to an animal than a plant. Some types glow in the dark, others are hallucinogenic, many are poisonous.
    Fortunately, the safe, edible...
  9. Cargill's New GMO Stevia To Be Used As A Sweetener In Soft Drinks

    Stacy Malkan
    November 26 2019

    The international food conglomerate Cargill is ramping up commercial-scale production of its genetically engineered sweetener, EverSweet, in a new $50 million...
  10. Re: Antidepressants And Other Drugs In Water Environment Change Fish Behaviour

    Unused or expired drugs can be taken to a pharmacy (here in Oz) where they are incinerated. I guess the gov pays for this - I didn't ask.
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    Remedy Is Front Of Mind

    Sorry, it won't allow me to copy, but the link takes you to the article. Basically, a combination of three Chinese herbs to benefit dementia.


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  12. Antidepressants And Other Drugs In Water Environment Change Fish Behaviour

    Shannonn Corva and Emma Pedler
    November 22 2019

    Researchers at Monash University have found the behaviour of fish can change if they ingest pharmaceuticals, such as antidepressants that have...
  13. Dog Owner Issues Urgent Warning - Pooch Poisoned By Diffuser

    Marianne Whyte
    November 16 2019

    Marianne Whyte, from Christchurch, New Zealand, took to Facebook to urge pet owners to be careful what essential oils they used in their homes, after noticing...
  14. Omega 3 Fish Oil As Effective As Drugs For Some Children With ADHD

    Jane Chang
    November 21 2019

    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is quite common. It affects about one in 20 children and is three or four times more common in boys than in girls....
  15. Short Sleep May Harm Bone Health In Older Women

    Catharine Paddock
    November 20, 2019

    Can insufficient sleep be harmful to bone health? New research in postmenopausal women has found that those who slept for no longer than 5 hours per night...
  16. Vaxxed v Unvaxxed - What Does The Science Say?

    Robert F kennedy
    November 21 2019

    Part six in our series of studies comparing health outcomes among vaccinated vs unvaccinated populations. Once again, chronic illness plagues the vaccinated...
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    Using Soup To Fight Off Malaria

    Ana Sandoiu
    November 19, 2019

    A new paper suggests that certain traditional soup broths may contain active ingredients that could help fight off malaria.

    The research appears in the BMJ...
  18. Re: Gene-Edited 'Supercells' Make Progress In Fight Against Sickle Cell Disease

    This is what genetic engineering should be about - treating conditions that so far have no cure. I have no objections to that.
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    Re: Is It Possible To Eat Too Much Fruit?

    But those ancient, wild fruits had not been bred to be as sweet as modern varieties. A fruitarian today would be getting a lot of sugar in their diet.
  20. Copper Hospital Beds Kill Bacteria, Save Lives

    American Society For Biology
    November 8 2019

    A new study has found that copper hospital beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) harbored an average of 95 percent fewer bacteria than conventional...
  21. The Activity That's Bad For Your Heart

    Bryan Hubbard
    November 11 2019

    When it comes to maintaining a healthy heart, all exercise isn't equal. Lifting heavy loads at work seems to be bad for our arteries and heart, while intense ...
  22. Re: Partnering for a path to digital identity

    Anyone know what the image on the wall is in Islander's second link? I have no idea.
  23. Re: Doctors Explain How Hiking Actually Changes Our Brains

    Walking has been accepted as helpful to depression for some years. Hiking in nature would be a bonus.
  24. CDC: Stop Falsely Claiming Not To Accept Corporate Money

    Gary Ruskin
    November 7 2019

    SHINGTON, D.C. – Public health, government watchdog and public interest groups today petitioned the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to cease making ...
  25. Re: China Approves World's First New Alzheimer's Drug

    Thanks Mr wiz, glad to hear that. Mine are from Icelandic kelp.
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