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The great cholesterol con finally unravels: Researchers find lowering cholesterol has NO EFFECT on risk of heart disease or death

4/25/2016 - Common dietary advice is to avoid saturated fats and instead consume polyunsaturated fats, like those found in vegetable oils. But this dietary consensus is starting to crack in the face of study after study showing no health benefit to avoiding saturated fat. The most recent study was conducted...

Why omega-6 oils are especially toxic to long-term vegetarians (HINT: eat more omega-3s)

4/16/2016 - There are many benefits to a vegetarian diet, ranging from lowered heart disease risks to reducing the chances of getting high blood pressure or diabetes. In fact, a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that, when compared a diet that included meat, vegetarian diets were associated with lowered...

Two cups of joe of day can fight your risk for getting prostate cancer

4/11/2016 - The same hot beverage you depend on to wake you up in the morning could also help you live longer – that's according to a new study and a growing body of evidence that suggests that coffee may decrease your risk of developing prostate cancer, among other health benefits you might not have been...

BOGUS BREAST REMOVAL: New science reveals that double mastectomy doesn't reduce risk of dying from cancer

4/8/2016 - An 8-year study involving half a million American women with breast cancer, found that surgically removing diseased and healthy breasts did not increase an individual's chance of survival. The results seem to confirm earlier suspicions that undergoing a double mastectomy, an aggressive procedure...

POISON PRESCRIPTION: Warfarin rat poison widely used as prescription blood thinner

4/4/2016 - Many drugs pushed out by Big Pharma are equivalent to rat poison, but only a handful can actually claim to be rat poison. Meet warfarin: a widely used blood thinner which, prior to being used to treat a common heart rhythm disorder called atrial fibrillation, was used as rat poison. Atrial fibrillation...

FDA now wants to force tanning bed users to sign 'risk acknowledgement' forms every six months, but requires no such forms for chemotherapy, pharma drugs

3/24/2016 - For some reason, the Obama administration can't get enough of regulating just about everything it can possibly regulate, and with little thought to the hypocrisy of its actions or the impact they have on ordinary Americans. Now, as reported by the Washington Free Beacon, the Obama Food and Drug Administration...

Exposure to DDT linked to higher risk of obesity, diabetes and slow metabolism

3/21/2016 - Females exposed to DDT in the womb may be more likely to suffer from obesity and diabetes in middle age, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-Davis and Mount Sinai School of Medicine, funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and published...

AB blood types have 82 percent higher risk of dementia - learn how to improve brain health naturally

3/16/2016 - The mystic periodic table of elements is at play in the environment around us and within us. We don't recognize these elements on the surface; it's almost as if they represent different spiritual energies in a realm that we cannot quite see. They have different energetic actions in the human body, using...

FDA to declassify electroshock therapy to same risk category as condoms and contact lenses

3/14/2016 - The Food and Drug Administration is set to allow for the dramatic expansion of electroshock therapy for patients who have been diagnosed with clinical depression, through reclassification of the devices used to deliver shock treatment, despite the fact that experts and former patients have attested...

Statin drugs increase risk for diabetes and weight gain

3/14/2016 - Pfizer's Lipitor (atorvastatin) is a record-breaking drug, a prescription with the highest peak sales of any drug on the market. Statin drugs like this one, along with other brand equivalents and generics, are a medical doctor's go-to "solution" for managing patient's cholesterol levels. These drugs...

PHARMA SHOCK: Indigestion drugs like Prilosec and Prevacid found to raise the risk of dementia by 50%

3/10/2016 - Every once in a while, attending a dinner party becomes the best thing you've done in days. Great company and amazing food are always the premise of a successful evening, but a delicious meal is not always followed by instant satisfaction. In fact, one in five Americans have to suffer the consequences...

Eating dates can reduce cancer, diabetes and heart disease risk, without toxic drug side effects

3/3/2016 - What comes to mind when you hear about staple foods? Corn, wheat, bread, potatoes, maybe even yams ... ? The list goes on, but regardless of how many items you come up with, dates are not likely to appear on your list. The date palm – the tree which produces the date fruit – has been around...

Pharma marketed antidepressants to children after hiding the risk of suicide and aggression revealed by clinical trials

3/1/2016 - A BMJ press release reported, "Children and adolescents have a doubled risk of aggression and suicide when taking one of the five most commonly prescribed antidepressants," according to a study published in The BMJ on January 28, 2016. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and serotonin–norepinephrine...

33 Percent of Americans are sleep-deprived, putting them at higher risk of disease and death: Are you getting enough sleep?

2/28/2016 - When it gets to be early- to mid-afternoon, are you sitting at your desk at work or school yawning? Do you sometimes reach for a coffee or other caffeinated drink after lunch just to keep yourself going? And does this happen often? You may be one of a growing number of Americans who aren't getting...

BREAKING: Johnson & Johnson slammed with $72 MILLION verdict for causing ovarian cancer in Missouri woman

2/26/2016 - A Missouri jury has ordered pharmaceutical and health giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to pay $72 million in damages to the family of a woman who died of ovarian cancer after using the company's talc-based baby powder for decades. The jury found that J&J was aware of research linking talc to cancer, but...

HEALTH WARNING: Statins found to double the risk of diabetes... are you still taking these poison pills?

2/26/2016 - New science reveals that statin drugs DOUBLE the risk of diabetes. This is in addition to the extreme harm they cause to the body in other ways, including: • Accelerating aging. • Causing chronic muscle fatigue. • Compromising cognitive function. • Causing early dementia and...

Coffee may save your liver from bad binge-drinking habits: 14 percent lower chance of cancer with each cup

2/25/2016 - According to the World Cancer Research Fund International (WCRF), as part of their Continuous Update Project (CUP), consuming three alcoholic drinks daily ups the chance of a person getting liver cancer. It's no surprise, therefore, that alcoholism and liver cancer are closely linked; numerous health-related...

Big Pharma heartburn drugs raise risk of kidney failure; learn how to relieve heartburn naturally instead

2/23/2016 - Almost everyone has experienced the searing chest pain we call heartburn on at least one occasion. This ailment is quite common, and most of the time nothing to be concerned about. It can often be weathered through or even cured naturally. But, of course if we learned how to manage every disease...

C-section delivery increases risk of autism symptoms in children by 23%

2/15/2016 - Children delivered by Caesarean section are 23 percent more likely to develop autism spectrum disorder (ASD) than babies born vaginally, according to a meta-analysis conducted by researchers from University College Cork, Ireland, and published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. "Given...

Science shock: Statins DOUBLE the risk of diabetes!

2/10/2016 - A long-term study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine has shown that statin users are more than twice as likely to develop diabetes compared to those who didn't use statins. Additionally, they're a whopping 250 percent more likely to develop the disease in conjunction with complications...

Working with pesticides raises women's risk of diabetes

1/28/2016 - It's no secret that certain factors such as mass body index (BMI), race and family history are among the main contributors associated with diabetes development. While such risk factors still play a role, a new study has found that there's likely another reason behind onset of the disease, one that specifically...

CT scans increase your risk of cancer by 35 percent

1/26/2016 - Medical imaging technology has provided physicians with a nonsurgical method for discovering, diagnosing and monitoring injuries and diseases. Rather than a hospital stay and invasive procedure, patients can undergo a CT scan with little discomfort or down time. But now research is starting to reveal...

EU chief scientist says precaution is 'irrelevant' regarding GMOs; gets called a 'dangerous imbecile' by Risk Engineering expert

1/26/2016 - After EU chief scientist Anne Glover stated in an interview that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are so safe that the precautionary principle is "irrelevant," noted risk engineering expert Nassim Nicholas Taleb of New York University shot back, calling her a "dangerous imbecile." "There are...

Like sheep to slaughter: You still aren't grasping the systemic risk in the stock market (or else you would have sold everything already)

1/20/2016 - If you still own stocks and mutual fund shares, you still aren't grasping the systemic risk in the stock market. No matter what you claim to BELIEVE, it is your ACTIONS that actually determine your true grasp of reality. Failing to sell all your stock holdings right now could result in massive losses...

How to decrease your risk for a heart attack; the experts weigh in

12/27/2015 - Heart disease kills more than 600,000 Americans each year – making it the most deadly killer in the United States. But the good news is that there are many things you can do to decrease your risk of succumbing to this all too common killer. Written by Matthew Budoff, the book Enhancing Heart Health:...

Taking SSRI antidepressants during pregnancy more than doubles autism risk, study finds

12/17/2015 - While vaccines, pesticides and other industrial contaminants have been publicly linked to the onset of Autism Spectrum Disorder, we're now beginning to learn about the relationship between commonly prescribed anti-depressants and the often-severe developmental disability that astoundingly impacts one...

American Cancer Society admits conventional cancer treatment causes more cancer

12/14/2015 - The more radiation therapy you receive, the more likely it is you'll develop a second cancer caused by that radiation, according to a document[PDF] released by the American Cancer Society, which admits that certain organs such as the breast and thyroid are more prone to developing a second...

Antibiotics found to raise risk of diabetes over 50%

12/1/2015 - It's well known that the overuse of overuse of antibiotics can often do more harm than good, leading to a variety of health effects, some of which can be chronic in nature affecting your everyday life and well-being. However, not as well known is the potential connection between antibiotics and diabetes,...

Diet Coke found to dramatically raise risk of heart attacks

11/17/2015 - Drinking just two sweetened beverages per day — including "diet" drinks — can raise your risk of heart failure by nearly 25 percent, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and published in the journal Heart. Although prior studies have linked...

Vegetarian diet reduces cancer risk by up to 43% in new study

11/6/2015 - Good news for vegetable lovers and those who enjoy a dietary lifestyle primarily consisting of such foods: A recent study has found that a vegetarian diet can reduce a person's risk of developing colorectal cancers when compared to their meat-eating counterparts. Researchers from Loma Linda University...

Same EPA that unleashed massive pollution in Colorado river now denying risk of harmful radioactive activity in St. Louis

11/2/2015 - A five-year fire is burning beneath a landfill in a St. Louis suburb, and it's rapidly approaching an old cache of nuclear waste. At present, St. Louis County emergency officials are unsure whether or not the fire will set off a reaction that releases a radioactive plume over the city. An emergency...

Regular sauna sessions decrease risk of deadly heart disease by over half

10/31/2015 - Regular visits to the sauna may cut a person's risk of death dramatically, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Eastern Finland at Kuopio and published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. Middle-aged men who visited the sauna most frequently were 40 percent less...

Processed meats are a huge cancer risk on par with smoking, WHO admits

10/30/2015 - Not too long ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) recently came forward and announced that glyphosate, Monsanto's main herbicide ingredient, is "probably carcinogenic to humans." After constant debate between the greedy agrochemical giant who maintained (and still does) that the ingredient is safe...

New Consumer Report guide breaks down the risks from eating 48 conventional fruit and veggies from 14 different countries

10/20/2015 - More than 85 percent of Americans are concerned about pesticide residue on their fruits and vegetables, according to a recent Consumer Reports survey of 1,050 people. However, many people are confused as to what to do about it, which is understandable, because if you aren't growing your own food yet,...

Assisted reproductive technology comes with a higher risk of autism, study finds

10/16/2015 - Children conceived via assisted reproductive technologies (ART) are twice as likely to suffer from autism as children conceived without such technologies, according to a study that was conducted by researchers from Columbia University, Fordham University and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...

Spending more time exercising can greatly reduce your risk of heart failure, study shows

10/6/2015 11:57:28 AM - If you've been exercising for 30 minutes everyday, satisfied that you've met the American Heart Association's physical activity recommendation, then you're in for a surprise. In a nutshell, a recent study found that a mere 30 minutes is not enough to help reduce the risk of heart problems. The study,...

FDA is anti-science? FDA memo shows that female libido pill was approved for political reasons, despite medical and scientific objections

10/5/2015 - A libido-boosting pill by the name of Addyi, which has been dubbed the "female Viagra," is set to hit the U.S. market in October 2015. Don't be so quick to think this is a good thing; although the pill, which is made by Sprout Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and chemically known as flibanserin, has been approved...

Take the cancer quiz now to find out your REAL risk of cancer (and how to prevent it!)

10/4/2015 - The for-profit cancer industry is counting on you getting cancer. And while they would never admit this publicly, they secretly need a steady supply of cancer patients to keep them in business. That's why the cancer industry never teaches prevention. But cancer, in turns out, is incredibly easy to...

Pesticides in the home will raise your child's risk of getting cancer

9/23/2015 - Although it might not come as a big surprise to those who believe that natural methods are the only safe way to deal with pests, it's certainly worth noting that a link has been found between indoor pesticide use and the risk of children developing certain types of cancer. A recent report published...

Eating more spicy foods decreases your risk of early death by 14%

9/8/2015 - You may want to spice things up in your life, and no, we're not talking about whispering sweet nothings between the sheets. According to an international team of researchers led by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, eating spicy foods may be the key to longevity. They found that eating such foods...

Trans fats increase risk of death by more than a third, study finds

9/7/2015 - The consumption of trans fats significantly increases your risk of heart disease and early death, according to a study conducted by researchers from McMaster University and published in the British Medical Journal. The study found no connection, however, between saturated fat consumption and negative...

Ibuprofen, aspirin and OTC painkillers can cause deadly heart attacks and strokes, FDA admits

9/2/2015 - In July, the FDA announced changes to the labels of nearly every medication in the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) class, warning that those drugs could cause fatal strokes and heart attacks even in young people with no known cardiovascular risk factors. Heart attacks could be triggered...

Eating fried foods can increase your risk of deadly heart disease by 56%

9/1/2015 - Eating a "Southern diet" heavy on fried foods, processed meats and sugary drinks increases the risk of heart disease by more than half, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Alabama-Birmingham and published in the journal Circulation. Heart disease is the top killer...

EU Food Safety Authority can't hide the names of 'experts' who change pesticide risk assessment rules, court decides

8/30/2015 - In what proponents are calling a "landmark" decision in favor of transparency in Europe, the EU Court confirmed in a recent ruling that protecting health and the environment is a higher priority than protecting the confidentiality of experts who have, at times, changed risk rules. As noted in a press...

Using a cell phone for an hour a day increases cancer risk by 500%, study shows

8/24/2015 - Studies are increasingly showing that cellular phone use can lead to chronic health problems, including cancer and neurodegenerative disorders. Now a new study in the journal Electromagnetic Biology & Medicine has suggested a biological mechanism that might explain how these health problems develop. The...

Legal, over-the-counter pain relievers cause fatal strokes and heart attacks

8/18/2015 - The FDA has announced that it will require new labels on both prescription and over-the-counter painkillers in the aspirin family, warning that even brief use of these drugs increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes, including among people with no heart disease risk factors. The warning applies...

Living near fracking wells raises risk of heart failure, nerve damage, cancer and more, study shows

8/14/2015 - The health risks associated with unconventional oil and gas drilling (UGOD), i.e. hydraulic fracturing or "fracking," have been of concern to many since the practice became widespread, but until now there has been a shortage of conclusive evidence that such risks actually exist. A recent study, however,...

Drinking coffee cuts diabetes risk in half while reducing inflammation, study shows

8/14/2015 - A new study from Harokopio University in Athens, Greece is giving regular coffee drinkers something to cheer about. After studying the coffee drinking habits of more than 1,300 people, the researchers concluded that regular coffee drinkers are 54 percent less likely to suffer from diabetes and inflammatory...

Vitamins that reduce your risk of skin cancer

8/12/2015 - Skin cancer, in all its forms, is one of the most frequently diagnosed kinds of cancer both in the United States and abroad. And while some forms of this condition are easily treatable and have a good prognosis, others like melanoma can prove deadly, mostly due to the fact that they can spread easily...

Lower thyroid cancer risk with chamomile tea

8/11/2015 - Chamomile, the attractive, daisy-like flower that is native to many parts of Europe, has a long history of medicinal use that stretches back to the time of ancient Rome. It is most popularly known for its ability to promote relaxation, stress relief and a good night's sleep and even today is used in...

Vegetarians who eat fish have lower cancer risk: Study

8/10/2015 - Most people have heard by now that increased consumption of meat can be a major risk factor for cancer development - especially when it comes to cancer of the colon. And despite loud protests by the meat industry itself, evidence continues to mount that there is indeed a link between a diet high in...

Overuse of antibiotics tied to double the risk of juvenile arthritis in study

8/10/2015 - Taking antibiotics may make children twice as likely to develop juvenile arthritis, suggests a study conducted by researchers from Rutgers University, the University of Pennsylvania and Nemours A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, and published in the journal Pediatrics. "Our research suggests another...

Vitamin C for heart disease - shown to greatly reduce risk of world's number one cause of death

8/9/2015 - It's the leading cause of death worldwide, but heart disease has an enemy in vitamin C, according to new research out of Denmark. Scientists from the University of Copenhagen and Herlev and Gentofte Hospital found that the risk of suffering cardiovascular disease and early death is reduced as blood...

Proton-pump inhibitor drugs for heartburn linked to heart attacks

7/29/2015 - New research published in the journal PLOS ONE calls into question the safety and effectiveness of a popular class of pharmaceutical drugs used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, as well as its less extreme companion acid reflux. Researchers found that proton-pump inhibitors, or PPIs,...

Californians increasingly at risk of arsenic poisoning as drought concentrates poison in groundwater

7/28/2015 - As California's drought continues, there is more to people's problems than browning lawns, challenging water conservation efforts and devastation to crops. The latest discovery to plague the parched state is the finding that groundwater - which many residents and farmers are now turning to in larger...

High-fructose corn syrup increases risk of heart failure

7/27/2015 - The sugar fructose -- formerly embraced by the food industry as a supposedly safer alternative to glucose -- appears to cause molecular changes in the body that promote uncontrolled heart growth and increase the risk of heart failure, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Swiss Federal...

More sex reduces the risk of prostate cancer

7/27/2015 - Prostate problems are a major concern for men as they grow older. It is estimated that nearly 50 percent of all men over 50 will have some degree of benign prostate hypertrophy (BPH, or prostate enlargement), and a smaller percentage of men will develop prostate cancer. This cancer is serious, because...

Asparagus can help to lift your spirits and reduce the risk of birth defects

7/17/2015 - Asparagus, the green spear-shaped vegetable that arrives in grocery stores at the beginning of spring, is packed with a wealth of health benefits, making it a good choice to add to your diet. One cup of asparagus contains only 40 calories and has a very low glycemic impact, which makes it a great addition...

Newly tattooed mother is banned from breastfeeding because of supposed HIV risk despite testing negative

7/11/2015 - The natural way of life is constantly being attacked, discriminated against. Healthy lifestyle practices, like organic gardening, herbal medicine making and breastfeeding are often misunderstood by society's most ill-informed and authoritarian-minded. Professional pediatricians may pressure mothers...

Vegetarian diet linked to reduced risk of colon cancer

7/9/2015 9:35:38 AM - Colon cancer is a serious issue in the United States, particularly for those over 50. It is one of the most frequently diagnosed forms of this disease. Even if it is not fatal, it can often have serious consequences. One common treatment for colon cancer is colon re-sectioning, which is the surgical...

Monsanto's DDT pesticide could raise breast cancer risk by 370%

7/8/2015 - Most people are aware that Monsanto is behind the cancer-causing chemical glyphosate, proud makers of the herbicide Roundup which contains the active ingredient. However, they're also the makers of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT), which has been banned in the United States since 1972 after it...

Flavonoid-rich diet may reduce risk of diabetes: Study

7/3/2015 - Anyone who reads the paper or keeps up with the news has probably heard about what medical experts are dubbing the "epidemic" of diabetes. In the United States alone, there are between 25 and 30 million diabetics, and about 7 million of those are undiagnosed (and of course untreated). Diabetes can hit...

Berkeley orders mobile phone vendors to warn buyers of radiation risk; industry front group still hiding cancer link from public

6/26/2015 - The progressive California town of Berkeley has passed a new resolution mandating that the safety information typically buried deep within the fine print of mobile phone user manuals instead be emblazoned as a prominent safety warning that consumers will actually notice and acknowledge. The Guardian...

Studies show diet soda is linked to belly fat, type 2 diabetes and obesity

6/19/2015 - While most people who drink diet soda probably know it isn't the healthiest choice, they still may be under the mistaken impression that it will keep their weight down. Scientific studies emphasize this is not true. This was made clear in a recent study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics...

Breastfeeding can cut childhood leukemia risk by nearly one-fifth, study finds

6/7/2015 - Breastfeeding is the healthiest option to give your little one the best start in life. The benefits go way beyond providing basic nutrition. In addition to providing all the vitamins, nutrients and immune-building substances a baby needs, researchers at the University of Haifa in Israel suggest that...

Prescription antidepressants, tranquilizers and painkillers all increase risk of murder

6/7/2015 - People taking antidepressants, tranquilizers and painkillers are all significantly more likely to kill another human being than similar people who are not taking those drugs, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Karolinsksa Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, and published in the journal...

Pesticide commonly used in U.S. homes triples risk of ADHD symptoms in boys

6/6/2015 - When Americans think of child predators, they think of creepy-looking strangers whisking their son or daughter away from the park playground. Americans rarely consider the real child predators hiding in sky rises behind glass walls, holding tight to chemistry degrees and six-figure salaries. Pharmaceutical...

Oil pulling can reduce gum disease, improve oral health and decrease risk of heart and pregnancy issues

6/3/2015 - Brushing your teeth and keeping your mouth clean aren't just about keeping your teeth white and your breath smelling super fresh. Although those things do matter and are a big reason many of us maintain our oral health, there is a lot more to it than that; your overall health is actually affected by...

BREAKING: Certain medications cause people to commit murder… homicide risk increased by 31% to 200%... 100 million Americans take these drugs

6/1/2015 - Just as Natural News has warned for over a decade, mind-altering medications such as tranquilizers and psychiatric drugs (SSRIs) have now been confirmed to increase the risk of a person committing murder. A new study published in the journal World Psychiatry (June 1 edition, not yet found on the...

Prilosec and other heartburn drugs can double risk of kidney failure, study finds

5/25/2015 - Popular heartburn drugs available over-the-counter as well as by prescription can double the risk of acute kidney failure, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto and published in the journal CMAJ Open on...

Statin drug use nearly doubles your risk of diabetes, study claims

5/18/2015 - The use of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs could double your risk of developing diabetes, suggests a study conducted by researchers from the VA North Texas Health System and the University of Texas Southwestern that was published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine on April 28. Previous...

High colon cancer risk caused by Western junk food can be reversed with healthy, high-fiber diets, study proves

5/6/2015 - Switching from a Western diet high in meat and fat to a diet rich in vegetables and beans may reduce a person's risk of colon cancer in just two weeks, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Imperial College London and published in the journal Nature Communications....

More than 9 in 10 Americans are deficient in vitamin E, putting them at higher risk for brain damage

5/5/2015 - Vitamin E is an important fat-soluble antioxidant that plays a key role in protecting the body against free radical damage. It can also prevent inflammation and reduce signs of aging. New research conducted at Oregon State University has found that vitamin E deficiency might put people at a higher...

Conspiracy between media and government to cover up severity of Fukushima's meltdown and radiation validated by study

4/14/2015 - Just how bad was the radiation fallout from the near-complete destruction of three nuclear reactors at the Fukushima power station following a massive earthquake-generated tsunami in March 2011? The answer is, most people simply don't know - because the media coverage of the damage and fallout, at the...

Drinking just one cup of coffee daily can slash liver cancer risk by 14%

4/12/2015 - Coffee, a sometimes controversial beverage which many of us start our day with, may not be as bad as some of us think. While it is true that too much of this warming pick-me-up drink can disrupt sleep, raise heart rate and blood pressure, and mess up digestion, drinking just one cup of coffee a day...

Watching TV increases Americans' diabetes risk by nearly 18 percent, study shows

4/2/2015 5:22:50 PM - Television watching increases diabetes risk, scientists have now confirmed. By studying over 3,000 overweight Americans, a research study demonstrated that risk for type 2 diabetes increased over 14 percent in those watching four hours of television a day. The average American watches 5.11 hours of...

Whole grain consumption reduces fatal cardiovascular risk by 20 percent and lengthens lifespans, study shows

4/1/2015 5:59:48 PM - In the midst of the gluten free everything craze, Harvard Public School of Nutrition released a study that shows eating more whole grains may lower mortality by up to 15 percent, especially cardiovascular disease-related mortality. The study also suggests that consuming bran may lower mortality by 6...

Vitamin B supplementation can cut stroke risk by 21 percent

3/29/2015 - Stroke is a leading cause of death throughout the world, and it is responsible for the most deaths in China. Prevention before a first stroke occurs -- often called primary prevention -- is of the utmost in importance, because most strokes -- about 77 percent -- can be termed as being first-time events....

Big Pharma used "statistical deception" to sell deadly statin scam to Americans, study concludes

3/22/2015 - Statins are a deadly scam, and new research published in the journal Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology undoubtedly proves this. Using "statistical deception" to make statins appear safe and effective, the drug industry has deviously sold the United States and other Western nations a bill of goods,...

Four cups of coffee per day can cut endometrial cancer risk by 18%

3/11/2015 - While there has been a lot of research both in favor and against one of America's favorite drinks, this latest bit of research leaves you feeling a little less guilty after having that second, or third, or even fourth cup of coffee. The results of a new study suggest that drinking up to four cups...

Study: cannabis among safest therapeutic substances; alcohol more dangerous than heroin and cocaine

2/25/2015 4:23:33 PM - The hypocrisy of many prohibitionists who condemn legal cannabis by day while imbibing on beer, wine and liquor by night was highlighted recently after researchers demonstrated that alcohol is one of the most dangerous drugs available, exceeding both cocaine and heroin in terms of mortality risk. A...

Taking birth control pills more than doubles brain tumor risk in five years

2/25/2015 - Women who take birth control pills will not be pleased with a recent discovery that suggests a link between taking the contraceptive and brain tumor development. Danish researchers have discovered that taking a birth control pill for over five years can more than double the risk of developing a rare...

Measles poses no risk to healthy children, says doctor

2/20/2015 - The scripted media is being used to scare and divide the public over new measles outbreaks. It's always the same unintelligent narrative being pushed: The unvaccinated are putting everyone in danger. Obviously, the push to sell more vaccines is on as fear is used to prey on the population. Contrary...

Medical alert: Thyroid dysfunction increases your risk of heart disease

2/19/2015 - Over 100 years ago, a study showed that 'subclinical hypothyroidism' was associated with a 260% increase in the prevalence of heart disease. In fact, over the years, many other studies have made the connection between thyroid disorders and the risk of premature death due to cardiovascular disease. On...

Hay fever medications increase risk of Alzheimer's and dementia

2/17/2015 - A new study is linking commonly used medicines, which include over-the-counter treatments, of ailments like hay fever and insomnia to dementia and possibly Alzheimer's disease. According to the BBC, researchers in the study noted that all of the medications examined are drugs that produce an "anticholinergic"...

Oxford University scientists confirm Health Ranger apocalypse warnings three years later

2/15/2015 - When I saw the news about a new report from Oxford University's Future of Humanity Institute and the Global Challenges Foundation, it all seemed strangely familiar. The report, covered in the Financial Times and also the Daily Mail, offers a scientific assessment of the twelve most likely risks of a...

Drinking coffee can naturally cut melanoma risk by 20%

2/5/2015 - The leading cause of skin-cancer death in the United States, melanoma, may be prevented by engaging in a habit that's familiar to millions of Americans. The act of drinking coffee might offer protection against the devastating illness, according to a study conducted by researchers from Yale University...

Whole grains can increase your lifespan, decrease diabetes, heart disease risk and more

1/27/2015 - From every angle, the general population is starving, in desperate need of more than just food and empty, nutritionless calories. The supermarkets are full of empty-calorie food products that have been stripped of their nutrition. The void is real. It can be seen in the people's faces, passing by one...

Consume more fiber and slash your mortality risk by 16 percent

1/26/2015 - You've probably heard it or read it before: The importance of including high fiber foods in our diet. Most probably consider this is good for being "regular" with bowel movements, nothing more than that. But according to a recent epidemiological meta-analysis, it can be a matter of longer life or...

Avocados can reduce the risk of heart disease, study finds

1/22/2015 - It's not difficult to find research exposing the many health benefits of avocados. Studies show that these pear-shaped fruits, which are native to Mexico and Central America, are packed with essential nutrients that can aid weight loss, boost vision and guard us from cancer. Moreover, avocados are rich...

Cascading global financial collapse now a very real risk as Russia heads for default

12/18/2014 - Russia is teetering on the edge of solvency and economic collapse as its currency collapses, interest rates rise and average Russians flock to stores to stock on up on anything they can get their hands on. Meanwhile, some geopolitical analysts believe that the economic turmoil -- touched off in part...

The science is conclusive: Mobile phones cause cancer

12/17/2014 3:46:38 PM - They say there's only two things constant in this life: death and taxes. But a third viable contender might be cancer, which an extensive cohort of scientific research has found is caused by prolonged exposure to radiation from cell phones and their associated communication towers. Contrary to what...

Studies find flu shots can harm your heart, infant and fetus

12/3/2014 12:31:45 PM - (Story by Sayer Ji, republished from GreenMedInfo.com) Flu vaccines, according to the best scientific evidence available today, will only work against 10% of the circulating viruses that cause the symptoms of seasonal epidemic influenza. Additionally, flu vaccines have been found to elicit inflammatory...

Are all psychiatric drugs too unsafe to take?

11/24/2014 11:50:13 AM - Psychiatric drugs are more dangerous than you have ever imagined. If you haven't been prescribed one yet, you are among the lucky few. If you or a loved one are taking psychiatric drugs, there is hope; but you need to understand the dangers and how to minimize the risk. The following overview focuses...

New Consumer Report: Just one weekly serving of rice pasta could put your baby at risk for arsenic poisoning

11/19/2014 12:20:13 PM - A new analysis by Consumer Reports explains how easy it is for infants to consume dangerous amounts of arsenic in common foods like hot rice cereal and rice pasta. Just one serving of rice pasta can put your child over the recommended weekly limit, according to the new report, which also details safer...

Polyunsaturated fats reduce heart disease risk - find out how to add them to your diet

11/17/2014 - Perhaps the most confusing aspect of diet and nutrition revolves around fats and fatty acids. There are many disagreements with what fats are healthy and unhealthy, and very few of the different types of fats have a solid consensus on health. So far, there seems to be consensus on omega-3 fatty acids...

Living next to roads increases air pollution exposure, can lead to sudden cardiac death in women

11/12/2014 - Women who live near major roads are significantly more likely to die from sudden cardiac death, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School and published in the journal Circulation. The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health...

Mediterranean diet can reverse metabolic disorder, lower risk of diabetes, obesity, heart disease

11/11/2014 - The Mediterranean diet doesn't just protect against heart disease: It may actually reverse metabolic syndrome, a cluster of symptoms linked to heart disease and diabetes. The findings came from a study conducted by researchers from the Universitat Rovira i Virgili and the Hospital Universitari de...

By the numbers: Why Ebola is a far greater epidemiological risk to Democrats than Republicans

11/3/2014 - Take note in the social media how quickly people will react to the title of this article without even reading it. What follows here is a thoughtful and well-formed epidemiological analysis of the most likely infection and transmission patterns of a level-4 pandemic virus. Ebola isn't swayed by words,...

Did CDC just admit Ebola has gone airborne?

10/31/2014 - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated its Case Definition for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), which outlines the official surveillance standards for identifying those at risk of contracting and spreading Ebola infection. In this update, the CDC quietly admits that Ebola...

Maintaining proper magnesium levels lower diabetes risk by 37%

10/23/2014 5:55:43 PM - Sufficient magnesium intake may help deter the onset of diabetes, particularly in those exhibiting precursor symptoms, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. One of the most overlooked minerals, magnesium is essential for good health, as its...

$25 billion hedge fund manager warns of catastrophic risk of EMP attack

10/20/2014 - The billionaire CEO and founder of Elliott Management hedge fund, Paul Singer, who manages $25 billion worth of client funds, is quite the prophet. In 37 years, his fund has only had two down years. Indeed, on average, his fund has an annual return of 14 percent, and that compares very favorably...

The real Ebola risk to the USA is from uncontrolled outbreaks in Central and South America, not direct flights from Africa

10/10/2014 - Marine Corps Gen. John F. Kelly, the commander of the U.S. Southern Command, has just issued a public warning about the real Ebola threat to America. [1] That threat doesn't come via direct flights from Africa, Gen. Kelly insists, but rather from Ebola spreading in Central and South American nations,...

Organic food consumers have a 21% lower risk of pre-eclampsia

10/4/2014 - Pregnant women may be able to lower their risk of a potentially deadly complication known as pre-eclampsia by more than 20 percent simply by eating more organic vegetables, according to a study conducted by researchers from the National Institute for Consumer Research and the Norwegian Institute of...

Fish consumption, omega-3 fatty acids associated with reduced hearing loss in women

10/1/2014 - Women who eat two or more servings of fish per week are significantly less likely to suffer from hearing loss, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on September 10. "Although a decline in hearing...

These potassium-rich foods can help prevent fatal strokes in mature women

9/25/2014 - Strokes, which occur when there's an interruption in blood flow, are the third leading cause of death in the United States, behind heart disease and cancer, according to the Siteman Cancer Center. More than 600,000 strokes plague Americans each year, taking the lives of more than 150,000 people,...

Age-related macular degeneration is often followed by depression, method found that cuts risk in half

9/23/2014 - Clinical depression is often linked with those suffering from macular degeneration, since loss of vision leads to a withdrawing from the activities once enjoyed. (1) In fact, 25 percent of people who have macular degeneration in both eyes ultimately develop clinical depression. (1) "You can't read,...

Healthy diet at midlife lowers risk of dementia by 90%

9/22/2014 - While studies in the past have acknowledged the role that specific foods play in mental wellness and the reduction of age induced problems such as dementia, a new study looks at the diet as a whole. The findings are a strong indicator that what you eat during midlife will have a powerful impact on...

How fruit can naturally reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease

9/17/2014 - An apple a day can help keep cardiovascular disease (CVD) away. In fact, a seven year study out of China indicates that you can cut your risk of CVD by up to 40% by eating a piece of fruit every single day, and the more you eat the more you can reduce your disk of cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular...

High melanoma risk found in airline crews exposed to high-altitude radiation

9/12/2014 - Flying a commercial plane comes with more risk than meets the eye. According to a new study in JAMA Dermatology, pilots are 2.22 times more likely to be diagnosed with melanoma in their lifetime than those in the general population. Likewise, members of the cabin crew are 2.09 times more likely to come...

Inflammatory bowel disease drugs can increase leukemia risk by 700%

9/9/2014 - One class of drugs used to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may increase the risk of blood and bone marrow diseases sevenfold, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University Hospital of Nancy-Brabois in France and published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. The...

Antipsychotic medications double diabetes risk in children

9/8/2014 - They told him to take the pills, on time, every day, promising that his depression would go away, but all is not the same as before... His impulses are now sudden, sharp and cutting, like the razor gripped tight in his hand. Every thought that comes to mind aches with pulses of retaliation -- some...

Prevent skin cancer by avoiding the sun? Not necessarily

9/1/2014 - The sun is out for most of us, and exposure to sunlight typically brings with it fears of skin cancer. Many people avoid the sun totally to prevent this fate, but is that a wise choice? The research on how sun exposure, sunburn and skin cancer are linked could surprise many. Let's examine some facts...

Tomatoes lower prostate cancer risk by one-fifth

8/31/2014 - In 2014 alone, an estimated 233,000 men will receive a prostate cancer diagnosis, and nearly 30,000 of them will die from the disease. Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer among men worldwide, after lung or bronchial cancer, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Sudden heart failure deaths tied to commonly prescribed antibiotic

8/28/2014 - More people are beginning to understand that antibiotics are essentially anti-life. They destroy both the invading pathogens and the beneficial bacteria in the human gut. As the good microbes are depleted along with the bad, the gut wall loses its protection, allowing future pathogens to more readily...

BREAKING: CDC whistleblower confesses to MMR vaccine research fraud in historic public statement

8/27/2014 - BREAKING: CDC whistleblower William Thompson has now gone public with a statement posted on the website of the law firm representing him, Morgan Verkamp LLC. (See the full statement reprinted below.) The statement opens with a blatant admission of scientific fraud at the CDC: My name is William...

MMR vaccines cause 340% increased risk of autism in African American infants

8/27/2014 - Vaccines do cause autism, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been lying about this fact for years, according to newly uncovered information. As it turns out, the CDC fudged some numbers in a 2003 study it conducted on the MMR vaccine that, if honestly reported, would have...

Maintain a healthy weight with organic food and exercise to lower your risk of these 10 cancers

8/26/2014 - Excess weight sure is easy to come by, but hard to drop; that's just a simple fact. Cravings for the "bad sugars," the bad fat and the bad salt can be overwhelming, but so can the health detriment from being overweight or obese for an extended period of time. Not only could you find yourself battling...

Pesticide exposure puts students at 500 elementary schools across America at risk of cancer, neurological, reproductive and immune problems

8/23/2014 - Dow AgroSciences is getting closer to releasing their "Enlist Weed Control System," a new package that includes two "old" chemicals, glyphosate and 2,4-D, along with seeds genetically engineered to withstand the combination. The package will provide "robust" tolerance for glyphosate-resistant crops,...

Shift workers at higher diabetes risk, disrupted sleep cycles, and side effects of sleep medications

8/21/2014 - Restful sleep is one of the most important factors in disease prevention, immune support, hormone regulation and overall well-being. But several new studies show that shift workers who labor at odd or inconsistent hours on a regular basis tend to miss out on it, which increases their risk of type 2...

20 vehicles most vulnerable to hackers, putting drivers at risk of theft, hijacking, tracking and remote assassination

8/15/2014 - In 2013, when professional hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated that it was possible to hijack the steering and brakes of a Ford Escape and a Toyota Prius using only laptops connected to the autos, they raised two questions. First, could hackers perform the same thing wirelessly...

Diabetes risk cut in half by avoiding work stress, study shows

8/15/2014 - Does work stress you out? Unless you're lucky enough to be the exception, work is probably one of your leading sources of stress, primarily because it's a root cause nearly impossible to eliminate. Scientists working for the German Research Center for Environmental Health discovered a strong correlation...

Vitamin D deficiency more than doubles risk of Alzheimer's, dementia

8/13/2014 - The most comprehensive study yet to be conducted on the subject has revealed that vitamin D levels really do affect dementia risk. An expert, multidisciplinary team of researchers hailing from some of the best schools in the world found that elderly folks severely lacking in vitamin D are more than...

Easy way to halve heart disease risk: Run just 7 minutes a day

8/11/2014 - Pharmaceutical advertisements have bombarded radio, magazine and television in the last decade like never before. Eyes and ears absorbing the propaganda send the messages to the brain, storing thoughts that could eventually turn into misleading beliefs. These pharmaceutical ads paint a clear picture,...

Sun exposure cuts the risk of certain cancers in half

8/5/2014 - It's an absolute miracle, an alliance of divine life, how the Earth is positioned, so delicately in relation to the sun. Two stellar bodies communicating with such intricacy and harmony in space and time, one sphere rotating in seasonal rhythm, the other projecting flares of brilliant heat and light. Every...

99% of U.S. chemical facilities at high risk of terrorist attack have yet to pass security inspections

8/5/2014 - How efficient is the federal government at preventing terrorist attacks, especially at US chemical facilities? According to Senator Tom Coburn from Oklahoma, the current federal terrorist prevention regulations are "a broken program that is not making us measurably safer against the threat of a terrorist...

75% of Americans are at double the risk of schizophrenia due to vitamin D deficiency

8/3/2014 - Vitamin D deficiency may double the risk of schizophrenia, according to a study conducted by researchers from Isfahan University of Medical Sciences in Iran and published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. According to some estimates, that may mean that 75 percent of the US population...

Forget the hot dogs and cold cuts - processed meats boost heart failure risk by more than 25 percent

7/19/2014 - Heart failure incidence is escalating at an alarming rate and now affects more than six million men and women in the US, a number that is expected to double over the next ten years. It is a problem caused by years of elevated blood pressure levels that put excess strain on the heart, often enlarging...

Poor diet and lifestyle choices increases early mortality risk by 250%

7/11/2014 - Medical professionals from the University of Zurich have compiled important public health results that can be used in counseling and primary care to slash the risk of early death. Their conclusion was general, stating that people can live longer due to an active lifestyle, more fruit and vegetable...

Processed red meat increases risk of heart failure

7/11/2014 - There are some studies that point to red meat, especially processed red meats, as conducive to heart failure and/or cancer. Recently, perhaps the largest study focusing on processed meats strongly indicates a strong association to heart failure with even moderate consumption of meats processed by salting,...

Follow these six dietary tips to help protect against cancer

7/7/2014 - Medical professionals from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine have unveiled five easy-to-follow guidelines for cancer prevention. Their findings were published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition in June 2014. These steps have merit and are great advice for anyone who...

Genetic risk for diabetes is insignificant compared to preventive lifestyle factors

7/7/2014 - The effect of lifestyle habits on type 2 diabetes risk is so large that it renders genetic susceptibility insignificant, according to a study led by researchers from the University of Cambridge and published in the journal PLOS Medicine. The study was funded primarily by the European Commission. The...

Using antidepressants while pregnant raises child's risk of obesity, diabetes, and more

7/5/2014 - New research from McMaster University in Canada has uncovered a correlation between fluoxetine, a chemical in popular antidepressants like Prozac, and pregnant woman. Researchers recently discovered that pregnant women on antidepressants could be unknowingly jeopardizing the health of their unborn...

New study shows drinking diet soda daily may severely increase risk of heart attack and stroke

7/4/2014 - Regular diet soda consumption may significantly raise your risk of heart attack and stroke, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Miami and published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Researchers surveyed 2,564 residents of New York City over the age of 68...

Inadequate vitamin C levels boost risk of most deadly type of stroke by nearly 50 percent

7/3/2014 - Every year in the US, more than 800,000 people suffer the devastating effects of a stroke, and 150,000 will die as a consequence of the fourth-leading cause of mortality. The sad part of this story is that many of these deaths are preventable by altering lifestyle habits and adhering to a diet that...

Sitting for long periods of time raises cancer risk by 66 percent

6/28/2014 - Spending most of your time sitting may boost your risk of certain cancers by an astonishing 66 percent, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Regensburg, Germany, and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on June 16. Significantly, more time spent...

Reduce your cancer risk with these 5 new diet rules

6/26/2014 - Cancer is a word that strikes fear in even the most indifferent of people. Though there are certain genetic factors that seem to predispose an individual to being diagnosed with certain types of this disease, this does not mean they have no options for prevention. In fact, there are numerous ways...

Lower liver cancer risk by drinking coffee daily

6/23/2014 - Coffee, after decades of bad press, is finally coming into its own. There continue to be health reports that note the benefits of having a daily cup of coffee. In addition to research which shows that a daily cup of java could have positive effects on a person's ability to stave off strokes, Parkinson's...

Combination vaccine doubles risk of seizures

6/22/2014 - Confirming the results of prior studies, research conducted by the University of Calgary and published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal has found that the combination MMR-chickenpox vaccine doubles the risk of febrile seizures in young children. The researchers reviewed side effect data...

Low vitamin D levels increase risk of early death for 66 percent of Americans

6/20/2014 - The sun is quintessential in facilitating life on planet Earth, meeting the biological requirements of species in all forms. In addition to making our existence possible, sunlight makes us feel good, and according to a new study, keeps us alive longer. While some places on Earth experience endless...

Taking metformin and insulin in conjunction raises mortality risk for diabetes patients

6/18/2014 - Combining the diabetes drug metformin with insulin significantly increases patients' risk of death, according to a study conducted by researchers from Vanderbilt University and published in a diabetes-themed issue of JAMA on June 11. The researchers compared the use of metformin in conjunction with...

Healthy diet before pregnancy significantly lowers risk of having preterm birth later

6/16/2014 - New research conducted at the University of Adelaide and published in The Journal of Nutrition has shown that women who consumed a poor diet before conceiving had roughly 50 percent higher risk of having a preterm birth as compared to those who ate a healthy diet. This is the first piece of research...

Diet changes that may help reduce cancer risk

6/16/2014 - With the incidences of cancer seeming to rise frequently according to the media outlets, many people wonder if there is anything they can do in order to significantly reduce that risk. While a diagnosis of cancer can be a devastating blow, there are some steps that people can take to reduce their risk...

Tomato-rich diet may lower cancer risk,study shows

6/14/2014 - Tomatoes -- that acidic fruit which tastes much more like a vegetable -- are very versatile in the kitchen. They can be added to sauces, soups and salads as well as eaten fresh from the vine. In addition to lots of added flavor, using tomatoes infuses foods with bright colors that make dishes as visually...

Delaying routine vaccines does not increase seizure risk, but vaccinating does

6/10/2014 - You might want to sit down for this: A new study found that delaying the MMR vaccine or MMR and varicella combo vaccine (MMRV) could increase your child's risk of getting a fever-related seizure. This cohort "study" analyzed 323,247 vaccinated children to examine the association between the timing...

Chelation therapy and vitamin supplements cut heart disease risk by over 25%

6/8/2014 - A combination of high-dose multivitamins and chelation therapy may protect heart attack survivors from future cardiovascular events and death, according to a multicenter study published in the American Heart Journal. Intravenous chelation, in which the chemical ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA)...

5 Facts you should know about reducing risk of cancer

6/6/2014 - Cancer can be an incredibly deceptive disease. It strikes when a person least expects it, and in many cases, offers absolutely no warning whatsoever. Cancer affects people of all ages, height, weight and gender. A person can take preventative measures to avoid getting cancer, but the truth is, there...

Reduce the risk of cancer with probiotics

6/3/2014 - Considered a nutritional buzzword among the health-conscious crowd, probiotics are well-known as an important addition to the diet for maintaining digestive balance. And now, researches have discovered these micro-organisms are much more powerful than previously thought by playing a substantial role...

More bad news for sugar - Research confirms it is a leading cause of heart disease

6/1/2014 - Just in case you needed yet another reason to stay away from added dietary sugar sources, nutritional scientists now confirm that our obsession with consuming sweets is killing us by dramatically increasing risk of death from cardiovascular disease and heart attack. A host of known risk factors including...

Eco-Atkins diet is a low-carb vegan diet that may slash heart risk by 10 percent

5/31/2014 - The Atkins diet may be a popular way to achieve fast weight loss results; however, it's not without intense scrutiny from animal-rights activists, those who enjoy healthier ways of eating and, of course, medical experts who warn that the diet can lead to health problems such as increased cholesterol...

This common communication habit doubles your risk of early death

5/31/2014 - Everyone argues from time to time, whether it is with friends, family, or neighbors. While these arguments can be stressful, few people think about the health risks that may be involved if they continue to engage in these arguments. A new study has found that arguing with others frequently may increase...

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