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Big Berkey beats ProPur gravity water filter for removal of heavy metals and toxic elements

10/23/2014 - When it comes to the removal of heavy metals and toxic elements from water, Big Berkey water filters easily beat ProPur, according to independent lab tests conducted at the Natural News Forensic Food Labs and published online today. Full details of the tests conducted with parts-per-billion accuracy...

Water filters tested for heavy metals removal: Zero Water, Pur, Brita, Mavea, Culligan, Seychelle and Waterman

8/20/2014 - As promised, we've now published the results from testing countertop water filters for their ability to remove toxic heavy metals and elements with radioactive isotopes. The brands we tested are: * Zero Water * Pur * Brita * Seychelle * Culligan * Mavea * Waterman Portable Alkaline Water Purifier (We...

Fukushima fiasco: Tepco's risky removal of radioactive fuel could set off uncontrolled chain reaction; emergency delay invoked

11/18/2013 - The Tokyo Electric Power Co. announced it is delaying the relocation of fuel rods from its crippled plant reactors. Work was originally scheduled to begin today due to the fact that fuel rods remain highly vulnerable in the damaged storage pools. Right now, Fukushima is just one earthquake or tidal...

Finding a holistic dentist to safely remove mercury amalgam fillings

11/20/2012 - Most people looking for a holistic dentist are searching for someone specializing in mercury amalgam removal, or looking for a practitioner who uses non-toxic products for routine dental care. The presence of mercury in the body causes a wide range of serious health problems, and removing amalgams is...

Study reveals lymph node removal surgery useless for many breast cancer patients

3/16/2011 - The common practice of removing the lymph nodes of breast cancer patients does nothing to reduce the rate of cancer recurrence, according to a study conducted by researchers from the John Wayne Cancer Institute and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. In about one-third of...

Safely Remove Skin Moles

6/27/2010 - Moles are one of the most common conditions in the world; everyone has at least one mole while some have up to forty. In the 1950s, a dark regular mole on the cheek was considered to be very attractive and girls would pencil in their own facial mole. These were called beauty spots. Cindy Crawford brought...

Pressure builds against mountaintop removal coal mining

5/18/2010 - The Obama Administration is coming under increasing fire for failing to take a strong stance against the destructive form of coal mining known as mountaintop removal. In mountaintop removal, miners use dynamite and earth movers to blow up entire mountain peaks in order to remove the coal beneath....

Removal of Ovaries Found to Promote Dementia

1/5/2008 - Women who undergo removal of one or both of their ovaries before menopause have a significantly higher risk of developing dementia, according to a new study published in the online version of the journal Neurology. Researchers from the Mayo Clinic analyzed the data from approximately 3,000 women,...

Mole Removal Technique Thing Of Past -- Enter: Natural Mole Removal (press release)

10/16/2006 - Just about everyone get moles on their skin. It's part of getting older. Usually when a new mole appears we run to the doctor to see if it is cancerous. The good news is, most moles are not cancerous, and they can be removed in a number of ways. The high cost of "laser" mole removal, or "punch" removal,...

Ovary Removal Surgery Elevates Risk for Dementia (press release)

7/26/2006 - Mayo Clinic researchers have found that ovariectomy, surgical removal of a woman’s ovaries, raises her risk of developing dementia or cognitive impairment. Risk is especially increased if a woman has her ovaries removed at a young age. The findings will be presented Wednesday at the American Academy...

The madness of bariatric surgery and other "modern" surgical procedures

7/26/2005 - It has now been widely reported that bariatric surgery (an aggressive form of weight loss surgery where patients' digestive organs are lobotomized) has an unintended side effect: low blood sugar. According to reports in USA Today, the New York Times, and dozens of other papers, some bariatric surgery...

What conventional medicine won't dare tell you about gall bladder removal surgery

5/22/2005 - A reader asks, "After having gall bladder surgery three weeks ago, I am having a lot of discomfort, bloating, nausea, and in general, not feeling well. My doctor says it will pass, but it seems to be getting worse. I am a 65-year-old woman. Do you have any advice?" The first piece of advice I have...

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