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Fish oils proven to slow aging and mobility decline
Published September 13 2012
Concepts: men, fish, aging, mobility, oil

Shock discovery: Bacteria found in public water comes from the treatment filters, not from the water source
Published August 28 2012
Concepts: water, bacteria, filters, treatment, drinking water

Apple peel extracts can help lower blood pressure
Published August 27 2012
Concepts: apple, blood, apple peel, blood pressure, research

Cocoa consumption shown to reduce blood pressure
Published August 21 2012
Concepts: cocoa, blood, blood pressure, consumption, chocolate

Spinach influences gene expression to cut colon cancer risk in half
Published August 21 2012
Concepts: cancer, colon cancer, gene expression, colon, spinach

Strong immune system found to be key defense against Alzheimer's disease
Published August 18 2012
Concepts: Alzheimer's, immune system, health, defense, disease

New research - Morgellons proven to be a real disease
Published August 16 2012
Concepts: Morgellons, research, fibers, skin, disease

Medical researchers suggest that garlic may prevent the common cold
Published August 8 2012
Concepts: garlic, medical, researchers, common cold, medical researchers

Chronic drought, extreme weather patterns 'the new normal,' researchers say
Published August 3 2012
Concepts: drought, patterns, extreme weather, researchers, weather patterns

Chemo researchers wear spacesuits to protect themselves
Published August 2 2012
Concepts: researchers, problems, cancer, cure, protective suits

Common parasite causes defects in newborns
Published July 30 2012
Concepts: parasite, research, causes, disease, birth defects

Fresh vegetable diet protects against pancreatitis and risk of pancreatic cancer
Published July 13 2012
Concepts: pancreatitis, vegetable, diet, risk, vegetables

Researchers commandeer military drone to prove how easy hi-tech hijacking can be
Published July 8 2012
Concepts: hijacking, gps, researchers, military drone, military

Mosquito-sized spy drones being developed by researchers
Published July 6 2012
Concepts: research, drones, researchers, combat, spy drones

Wanna get fat fast? Stay vitamin D deficient!
Published July 3 2012
Concepts: Vitamin D, weight, women, study, fat

U.S. researchers create 30 genetically modified human babies
Published July 3 2012
Concepts: human, babies, genetically modified, researchers, DNA

Genetic weakness to cancer found to be reversible
Published July 3 2012
Concepts: cancer, RNA, Genetic, genes, damage

Researchers seek to tame unruly emotions with food-based solutions
Published June 30 2012
Concepts: diet, emotions, health, mood, researchers

Filthiest item in a hotel room isn't the mattress... it's the TV remote
Published June 22 2012
Concepts: hotel room, research, study, bacteria, researchers

Researchers zero in on a diet designed to support individuals with ADHD
Published June 12 2012
Concepts: diet, food, adhd, researchers, support

Researchers sharpen the focus on medical understanding of omega-3 fatty acids
Published June 1 2012
Concepts: omega-3, diet, fatty acids, researchers, focus

Fukushima radiation now detected in the U.S. food supply
Published May 30 2012
Concepts: radiation, Fukushima, food, tuna, 5

Teenage diabetes more than doubles
Published May 29 2012
Concepts: diabetes, risk, teens, teenage diabetes, research

Researchers vindicate omega-3 fatty acids in the prevention of inflammatory chronic diseases
Published May 23 2012
Concepts: omega-3, inflammation, researchers, fatty acids, fat

Gluten sensitivity in mothers linked to mental health issues for the child
Published May 19 2012
Concepts: gluten, sensitivity, schizophrenia, research, gluten sensitivity

Sports and energy drinks irreversibly damage teeth by 'bathing' them in acid
Published May 11 2012
Concepts: sports, teeth, energy, damage, energy drinks

Resveratrol vindicated for anti-aging benefits and prevention of heart disease
Published May 9 2012
Concepts: resveratrol, anti-aging, benefits, health, heart

For many patients, cannabis may offer the best medicinal pain relief yet discovered
Published April 6 2012
Concepts: cannabis, pain, pain relief, research, patients

How to lose belly fat - real weight loss tips that work
Published April 5 2012
Concepts: weight, weight loss, tips, water, fat

Medical madness: Researchers develop genetically-engineered 'pharm' goats that produce vaccines in milk
Published April 4 2012
Concepts: goats, milk, produce, vaccines, vaccine

Harvard red meat study ignores health benefits of grass-fed meat
Published March 21 2012
Concepts: meat, red meat, health, study, health benefits

UK researchers push heart drug as potential 'cure' for racism
Published March 19 2012
Concepts: drug, heart, researchers, UK, racism

Aspartame withdrawal and side effects explained - Here's how to protect yourself
Published March 2 2012
Concepts: aspartame, side effects, withdrawal, WHO, health

Vaccines for everything: Researchers now on brink of developing salmonella jab
Published February 24 2012
Concepts: salmonella, vaccine, researchers, vaccines, news

Parasitic fly creates "zombie bees" -- a new factor explaining Colony Collapse Disorder
Published February 16 2012
Concepts: bees, colony collapse, parasite, zombie, research

Women can smell STD infection in men, reveals new science
Published February 13 2012
Concepts: men, smell, infection, women, research

CDC researchers say mothers should stop breastfeeding to boost 'efficacy' of vaccines
Published January 21 2012
Concepts: vaccine, CDC, breastfeeding, vaccines, researchers

Researchers detail lifestyle changes that lower cancer risk by forty percent
Published January 18 2012
Concepts: cancer, lifestyle changes, lifestyle, risk, health

Antioxidant carnosine destroys free radicals
Published January 12 2012
Concepts: carnosine, free, free radicals, antioxidant, aging

Homeopathic alternatives to antidepressant drugs
Published January 9 2012
Concepts: homeopathic, depression, medicine, homeopathy, drug

Prostate cancer risk linked to a diet high in red and processed meats
Published January 3 2012
Concepts: cancer, prostate cancer, Prostate, meat, diet

Study shows selenium may protect against pancreatic cancer
Published January 3 2012
Concepts: cancer, selenium, pancreatic cancer, study, patients

Researchers discover massive methane 'fountains' in arctic ice - a genuine threat to the atmosphere?
Published December 22 2011
Concepts: methane, threat, researchers, ice, atmosphere

White tea, witch hazel proven by scientists to reduce inflammation and fight cancer
Published December 17 2011
Concepts: inflammation, tea, witch hazel, research, scientists

Wi-Fi radiation from laptops may cause infertility in men
Published December 2 2011
Concepts: wi-fi, laptops, sperm, radiation, laptop

Climate 'science' gone wild: UK researchers to pump toxic sulfates into sky to promote global cooling
Published September 21 2011
Concepts: toxic, UK, sulfates, researchers, global cooling

Culinary spices can help lower triglyceride levels
Published September 21 2011
Concepts: spices, spice, study, culinary spices, research

Researchers find side effect-free natural way to slash stroke risk by half
Published September 19 2011
Concepts: stroke, risk, natural, vegetable, stroke risk

Investigation panel concludes U.S. government conspired with doctors to commit murderous medical experiments in Guatemala
Published September 1 2011
Concepts: medical, experiments, vaccine, medical experiments, government

Pregnant women now being dosed with toxic chemotherapy drugs
Published August 24 2011
Concepts: chemotherapy, cancer, women, pregnancy, pregnant women

Many medical journals have no policies regarding conflicts of interest in published research studies
Published August 11 2011
Concepts: research, conflicts of interest, cancer, medical, drug

Scientists clone genetically-modified dog that 'glows' when given antibiotic
Published July 29 2011
Concepts: dog, scientists, dogs, researchers, human

Laws of physics must be rewritten: Mysterious sun particles alter radioactive decay on Earth
Published July 24 2011
Concepts: radioactive decay, radioactive, sun, radio, particles

The top 20 foods for reversing type-2 diabetes
Published July 11 2011
Concepts: diabetes, natural, news, NaturalNews, health

New study - Half the elderly are prescribed drugs linked to death and mental decline
Published July 11 2011
Concepts: drugs, drug, study, health, death

Meditation cuts risk of heart attacks by 50 percent
Published July 5 2011
Concepts: meditation, heart attacks, heart, risk, men

BPA plastics chemical found to feminize males
Published June 30 2011
Concepts: BPA, exposed, chemical, plastics, behavior

Greedy medical specialists refuse to treat most children with serious health problems if they have public insurance
Published June 15 2011
Concepts: children, insurance, health, child, medical

Researchers discover link between sugar consumption and mental illness
Published June 12 2011
Concepts: sugar, mental, consumption, mental illness, sugar consumption

TSA backscatter radiation safety tests were rigged
Published May 17 2011
Concepts: TSA, the TSA, radiation, tests, machine

Recent study finds aspirin linked to erectile dysfunction
Published May 16 2011
Concepts: erectile dysfunction, study, research, aspirin, researchers

Abdominal fat linked to increased risk of cardiovascular and Alzheimer`s disease
Published May 6 2011
Concepts: risk, fat, weight, disease, cardiovascular

Researchers discover bacteria responsible for spawning deadly 'super superbugs' in New Delhi water supplies
Published April 12 2011
Concepts: bacteria, New Delhi, water, researchers, superbug

Scientists issue urgent world-wide warning on bacteria with superbug gene
Published April 8 2011
Concepts: bacteria, superbug, scientists, warning, water

Natural fruits of the olive tree effectively lower blood pressure
Published March 30 2011
Concepts: blood, blood pressure, natural, tree, health

More scientific evidence that antioxidants can fight cancer
Published March 28 2011
Concepts: cancer, antioxidants, evidence, scientific, antioxidant

Researchers believe plant based food could be used as an effective treatment for cancer
Published March 26 2011
Concepts: food, researchers, cancer, treatment, chemicals

Scientists deliberately create 127 hybrid viruses from H1N1, then warn they are dangerous
Published March 9 2011
Concepts: viruses, hybrid viruses, H1N1, virus, scientists

Lung cancer study shows that nail clippings really are useful in identifying, assessing disease
Published March 8 2011
Concepts: lung cancer, study, shows, cancer study, nail clippings

Fibromyalgia: science validates homeopathy (again)
Published February 16 2011
Concepts: men, homeopathic, medicine, homeopathy, treatment

The face of a poisoned man - the human cost of pesticides
Published February 16 2011
Concepts: pesticide, pesticides, child, children, exposure

Added sugars linked to risk of heart disease in teenagers
Published February 14 2011
Concepts: sugar, sugars, heart disease, added sugars, heart

The smell of pumpkin is a real turn-on for men
Published February 5 2011
Concepts: pumpkin, smell, arousal, men, research

Thermotherapy alternative to chemotherapy uses heat, not poison, to kill tumors
Published February 1 2011
Concepts: chemotherapy, alternative, thermotherapy, poison, cancer

Global warming researchers says eating bugs better for environment than eating meat
Published January 16 2011
Concepts: environment, researchers, insects, bugs, eating

Researchers discover oldest yet known remains of winery in Armenia
Published January 15 2011
Concepts: researchers, winery, wine, Armenia, organic

Researchers turn water into fuel using natural sunlight
Published January 10 2011
Concepts: water, fuel, researchers, natural, technology

Researchers discover a shocking 96 percent decline in four major bumblebee species
Published January 7 2011
Concepts: decline, researchers, bees, species, bumblebees

Junk science alert: researchers declare alternative therapies dangerous to children based on scant evidence
Published December 28 2010
Concepts: children, therapies, alternative, child, researchers

Omega-3s are incredibly potent anti-inflammatory supplements
Published December 15 2010
Concepts: omega-3s, anti-inflammatory, omega-3, inflammation, natural

Group urges NIH to require public disclosure of medical researchers' industry connections
Published December 15 2010
Concepts: medical, industry, NIH, drug, researchers

Principle of astrology proven to be scientific: planetary position imprints biological clocks of mammals
Published December 11 2010
Concepts: astrology, scientific, moon, earth, science

Tobacco firms bypass marketing restrictions with clever web campaigns
Published November 27 2010
Concepts: tobacco, marketing, restrictions, video, researchers

Menstrual cramps actually change women's brains
Published November 26 2010
Concepts: pain, changes, menstrual cramps, women, research

Pharma researchers working on drug to erase your memories
Published November 23 2010
Concepts: drug, memories, researchers, proteins, memory

Young girls now reaching puberty at age seven
Published November 19 2010
Concepts: girls, puberty, study, researchers, men

Statin drugs cause liver damage, kidney failure and cataracts, says BMJ
Published November 7 2010
Concepts: risk, drugs, liver, men, liver damage

Metformin causes vitamin B12 deficiency
Published October 31 2010
Concepts: vitamin B12, Metformin, diabetes, researchers, causes

Researchers suggest alternative to banning junk food
Published October 30 2010
Concepts: food, researchers, alternative, healthy, ban

Placebo fraud rocks the very foundation of modern medical science; thousands of clinical trials invalidated
Published October 28 2010
Concepts: placebo, clinical trials, pill, science, medical

Having a big head may protect you from Alzheimer's
Published October 27 2010
Concepts: brain, research, head size, researchers, the brain

Surprising new research shows that fish actually talk to each other under water
Published October 27 2010
Concepts: fish, shows, research, researchers, communication

Researchers suggest Viagra for young boys
Published October 22 2010
Concepts: viagra, researchers, natural, NaturalNews, young boys

97 percent of men survive prostate cancer even without treatment
Published October 21 2010
Concepts: cancer, men, Prostate, prostate cancer, treatment

Reusable grocery bags are all contaminated with bacteria
Published October 19 2010
Concepts: bacteria, grocery bags, food, researchers, California

Is asthma just a symptom of vitamin D deficiency?
Published October 19 2010
Concepts: Vitamin D, asthma, children, researchers, study

No more formaldehyde fumes: researchers create a toxin-free wood adhesive from soy
Published October 19 2010
Concepts: wood, formaldehyde, adhesives, soy, researchers

Fascinating research says the objects you touch and feel directly impact your perceptions of others
Published October 17 2010
Concepts: touch, perceptions, research, people, researchers

Cholesterol levels controlled by the brain, not merely by diet, researchers discover
Published October 14 2010
Concepts: cholesterol, brain, cholesterol levels, the brain, researchers

Eating animal protein raises risk of IBD
Published October 11 2010
Concepts: risk, protein, eating, animal protein, meat

Researchers Discover the Cause: IBS is Not in the Mind
Published October 8 2010
Concepts: IBS, researchers, health, gut, research

Dark chocolate prevents damage from strokes
Published October 4 2010
Concepts: chocolate, damage, dark chocolate, research, strokes

Guatemalan STD medical experiments were just one crime in a long history of medical-government collusion to use humans as guinea pigs
Published October 2 2010
Concepts: men, 5, news, experiments, NaturalNews

US teens suffer widespread vitamin D deficiency, even those living in southern states
Published October 1 2010
Concepts: Vitamin D, deficiency, living, vitamin D deficiency, teens

Researchers in India unveil Franken-potato
Published September 25 2010
Concepts: India, researchers, food, crop, GM potato

Depression can be treated with electromagnets (better than drugs)
Published September 25 2010
Concepts: depression, electromagnets, treatment, study, patients

Levels of toxic chemicals in the body plummet after five days eating nothing but plants
Published September 24 2010
Concepts: toxic chemicals, body, toxic, eating, plummet

Be careful or you might catch obesity, suggests new study
Published September 22 2010
Concepts: obesity, children, study, weight, antibodies

Caffeine intake leads to smaller babies
Published September 20 2010
Concepts: caffeine, research, researchers, babies, women

If you use pharmaceuticals, you are polluting the water
Published August 27 2010
Concepts: drug, drugs, pharmaceuticals, environment, water

Drinking soda harms your sperm
Published August 26 2010
Concepts: men, soda, sperm, drinking, WHO

Couples increasingly seeking out alternative infertility treatments such as acupuncture
Published August 24 2010
Concepts: alternative, treatments, infertility treatments, infertility, therapies

Scientists discover that radiation causes breast cancer (gee, really?)
Published August 18 2010
Concepts: cancer, radiation, breast cancer, risk, scientists

Scientists discover how polyphenols in green tea may protect health of diabetics
Published August 17 2010
Concepts: tea, green tea, green, health, EGCG

Offshore wind turbines could power the entire planet, says study
Published August 15 2010
Concepts: power, wind turbines, researchers, study, energy

Broccoli and Brussels Sprouts Stop the Spread of Breast and Other Cancers
Published August 10 2010
Concepts: cancer, broccoli, sprouts, breast cancer, health

The Case for Homeopathic Medicine: Consider the Historical and Scientific Evidence
Published August 10 2010
Concepts: homeopathic, homeopathy, medicine, 5, studies

HFCS - the poison that promotes obesity and liver damage
Published August 7 2010
Concepts: fructose, liver, corn, corn syrup, high-fructose corn syrup

Birds fuel up on superfoods before long migration flights
Published August 6 2010
Concepts: birds, antioxidant, superfoods, berries, antioxidants

Junk food-addicted rats chose to starve themselves rather than eat healthy food
Published August 5 2010
Concepts: rats, food, junk food, research, addiction

Antibiotics May Make Us Fat
Published July 30 2010
Concepts: antibiotic, homeopathic, 5, antibiotics, medicine

Mainstream media slants cancer articles toward unrealistically positive outcomes
Published July 30 2010
Concepts: cancer, media, mainstream media, treatment, outcomes

Monsanto: The world's poster child for corporate manipulation and deceit
Published July 30 2010
Concepts: Monsanto, 5, food, farm, farmer

90 percent of scientists backing Avandia diabetes drug had financial ties to drug companies
Published July 23 2010
Concepts: Avandia, drug, financial, diabetes, diabetes drug

Researchers urging ban on point-of-sale tobacco advertising
Published July 20 2010
Concepts: tobacco, advertising, researchers, ban, school

Antidepressant drug linked to increase in breast cancer deaths
Published July 16 2010
Concepts: cancer, drug, breast cancer, women, increase

Deet Finally Exposed as Neurotoxic
Published July 5 2010
Concepts: DEET, chemical, exposed, research, toxic

New Cancer Causing Agent from Household Products Found in our Water
Published July 1 2010
Concepts: cancer, household, products, water, research

The Butterfly Effect: Global Warming Changes Butterfly Habitat and Behavior
Published June 12 2010
Concepts: butterflies, habitat, changes, global warming, researchers

Western diet promotes depression in women
Published June 8 2010
Concepts: diet, Western diet, depression, men, WHO

Letting babies swim in chlorinated pools harms their health for life
Published June 4 2010
Concepts: pools, health, babies, children, chlorine

Researchers claim drinking beer prevents osteoporosis
Published May 2 2010
Concepts: beer, bone, researchers, drinking, osteoporosis

Rheumatoid arthritis linked to vitamin D deficiency, researchers find
Published May 1 2010
Concepts: Vitamin D, arthritis, vitamin D deficiency, health, rheumatoid arthritis

Vitamin D deficiency linked to more aggressive lymphoma
Published April 19 2010
Concepts: Vitamin D, deficiency, vitamin D deficiency, aggressive, research

Physical health leads to good mental health, too
Published April 17 2010
Concepts: mental health, physical, mental, physical health, research

Enjoy Safer Grilling this Year with Rosemary and Cherries
Published April 9 2010
Concepts: grilling, rosemary, meat, cancer, health

Expectant mothers reduce diabetes risk in newborns by eating more vegetables
Published April 7 2010
Concepts: diabetes, risk, mothers, vegetable, diabetes risk

AIDS vaccines stop working after a few months, shocked researchers discover
Published April 3 2010
Concepts: AIDS, vaccines, researchers, vaccine, research

NIH researchers are up-front about their support from drug companies, right? Wrong!
Published April 1 2010
Concepts: drug, researchers, NIH, companies, drug companies

Researchers discover papaya is effective against breast, pancreas and other cancers
Published March 30 2010
Concepts: papaya, cancer, extract, researchers, pancreas

Stunning Research Shows High Potential for DNA Damage from Nanoparticles
Published March 27 2010
Concepts: research, DNA damage, DNA, particles, shows

Eating Processed Food Leads to Depression
Published March 26 2010
Concepts: food, depression, WHO, processed food, eating

Honeybee Colony Collapse Disorder Finally Explained: Too Many Chemicals
Published March 24 2010
Concepts: disorder, colony collapse, colony collapse disorder, chemicals, research

Vitamin D Improves Insulin Sensitivity, Helps Prevent Diabetes
Published March 12 2010
Concepts: Vitamin D, insulin sensitivity, men, insulin, diabetes

Margarine Consumption Linked to Lower IQ of Children
Published February 12 2010
Concepts: margarine, IQ, consumption, intelligence, children

Parasites in Your Gut Actually Help Protect You From Allergies
Published February 11 2010
Concepts: parasites, allergies, gut, human, immune system

Green Tea Extracts Halt Growth of Prostate Cancer Tumors
Published February 5 2010
Concepts: prostate cancer, Prostate, tea, green tea, green

Air Pollution Can Reduce a Child's IQ
Published February 5 2010
Concepts: pollution, air pollution, exposure, IQ, research

Obesity Causes Increased Risk of Kidney Cancer, Kidney Stones, and Stroke
Published January 29 2010
Concepts: obesity, kidney stones, cancer, risk, kidney cancer

Radiation Treatment for Cancer Causes Diabetes in Children
Published January 27 2010
Concepts: diabetes, cancer, radiation, treatment, radiation treatment

Ancient Chinese Herbal Remedy More Powerful At Killing H1N1 Than Prescription Antivirals
Published January 18 2010
Concepts: H1N1, prescription, Chinese, herbal, remedy

Use Hypnosis to Study Moral Judgment: The Role of Reason and Emotion
Published January 17 2010
Concepts: hypnosis, emotion, research, study, researchers

Researchers Reluctantly Admit Mediterranean Diet Beats Diabetes Drugs for Controlling Blood Sugar
Published January 9 2010
Concepts: diet, diabetes, mediterranean diet, blood, drugs

New SSRI warning: antidepressants increase risk of stroke and death
Published December 31 2009
Concepts: antidepressants, SSRI, stroke, women, risk

Cancer researchers announce breakthroughs in natural prostate cancer prevention and treatment
Published December 15 2009
Concepts: cancer, Prostate, prostate cancer, men, research

When you eat can promote weight loss and fight diabetes, researchers find
Published December 15 2009
Concepts: weight loss, researchers, weight, diabetes, health

C-Reactive Protein Screening Found Virtually Useless
Published December 11 2009
Concepts: protein, c-reactive protein, screening, disease, risk

Eating Walnuts Cuts Cholesterol
Published December 10 2009
Concepts: walnuts, eating, diet, cholesterol, cuts

Phytochemicals in plant-based foods fight obesity and prevent disease, researchers say
Published November 30 2009
Concepts: phytochemicals, foods, disease, researchers, obesity

Calorie Restriction Diet Once Again Proven to Extend Lifespan
Published November 25 2009
Concepts: diet, monkeys, calorie restriction, life extension, researchers

Making Mouths Smile: Green Tea may Help Prevent Oral Cancer, Researchers Say
Published November 20 2009
Concepts: cancer, tea, green, green tea, oral cancer

Vitamin D Emerges as Treatment for Prostate Cancer - Cuts PSA Levels by Half
Published November 19 2009
Concepts: Vitamin D, prostate cancer, Prostate, men, PSA

FDA openly allows criminally-convicted doctors, researchers to keep working on pharmaceuticals and clinical trials
Published November 19 2009
Concepts: FDA, doctors, drug, the FDA, doctor

Grapefruit Extract May Prevent Metabolic Syndrome
Published November 13 2009
Concepts: grapefruit, naringenin, metabolic syndrome, fat, diet

Statin Drugs Cause Muscle Damage Even After You Stop Using Them
Published November 11 2009
Concepts: muscle, drugs, muscle damage, statin drugs, patients

Apigenin Phytonutrient Cuts Ovarian Cancer Risk
Published November 10 2009
Concepts: ovarian cancer, risk, women, cuts, research

Oily Fish Consumption Halts Eye Disease
Published November 10 2009
Concepts: fish, oily fish, consumption, eye, fish consumption

Genes Have "No Clinical Relevance" in Predicting Disease, Scientists Admit
Published November 9 2009
Concepts: disease, Genetic, risk, genes, scientists

Caribbean Coral Reefs Wiped Out by Climate Change
Published November 9 2009
Concepts: reef, coral reefs, researchers, communities, fishing

"Waste" Olive Extracts Find New Use as Natural Meat Preservative
Published November 7 2009
Concepts: meat, natural, olive extracts, oil, extract

Pomegranate Extracts Treat Diseases of Inflammation
Published November 6 2009
Concepts: pomegranate, inflammation, extract, research, researchers

Sedatives Increase Risk of Suicides in Elderly
Published November 1 2009
Concepts: risk, increase, suicide, suicides, research

High Protein Diets may Lead to Brain Shrinkage
Published November 1 2009
Concepts: protein, brain, diet, diets, Alzheimer's

Profit Driven Swine Flu Propaganda - Pump Up the Volume - Part VI
Published October 31 2009
Concepts: mercury, flu, vaccine, child, children

Olive Oil is a Medical Marvel
Published October 30 2009
Concepts: oil, olive oil, medical, health, researchers

Breast Cancer Deception Month: Hiding the Truth beneath a Sea of Pink, Part IV
Published October 27 2009
Concepts: cancer, breast cancer, research, health, women

Eating Less Sugar Cuts Diabetes Risk in Latinos
Published October 24 2009
Concepts: sugar, risk, diabetes, diabetes risk, eating

Profit Drive Swine Flu Propaganda - Pump Up the Volume - Part 2
Published October 22 2009
Concepts: flu, death, report, swine flu, vaccine

Flu vaccines revealed as the greatest quackery ever pushed in the history of medicine
Published October 14 2009
Concepts: vaccine, flu, vaccines, WHO, people

Proton pump inhibitor linked to pneumonia deaths in hospitalized patients
Published October 13 2009
Concepts: pneumonia, patients, drug, hospital, drugs

GM Soy Herbicide Linked to Birth Defects
Published October 13 2009
Concepts: herbicide, soy, birth, GM soy, research

High-Fructose Corn Syrup May Raise Bad Cholesterol Levels
Published October 8 2009
Concepts: high-fructose corn syrup, corn, cholesterol, bad cholesterol, fructose

Conventional Scientists Conclude Homeopathy Really Works to Ease Cancer Treatment Symptoms
Published October 6 2009
Concepts: treatment, cancer, cancer treatment, homeopathy, scientists

Hypnosis is Used in Study of Emotions
Published October 3 2009
Concepts: emotions, emotion, hypnosis, study, research

Resveratrol, the miracle nutrient to prevent heart disease
Published October 2 2009
Concepts: resveratrol, heart, disease, heart disease, natural

Researchers Find Kudzu, the Vine That Ate The South, Loaded With Health Benefits
Published October 2 2009
Concepts: kudzu, health, blood, researchers, blood pressure

Researchers Warn Drug-Resistant TB Strains Could Become Widespread
Published September 25 2009
Concepts: drug, drug-resistant, researchers, drug-resistant TB, WHO

Chemo Fails to Treat Pancreatic Cancer
Published August 31 2009
Concepts: cancer, tumors, research, pancreatic cancer, chemotherapy

The Mothers Act Disease Mongering Campaign - Part V
Published August 28 2009
Concepts: men, risk, women, WHO, drug

The Mothers Act Disease Mongering Campaign - Part IV
Published August 27 2009
Concepts: men, depression, drug, disease, website

Suicide Prevention Drug Pushing Racket - Part II
Published August 21 2009
Concepts: suicide, drug, 5, men, report

Breast Cancer Screening Exposed As Near-Useless: 2,970 Women Must Be Screened to Save One
Published August 19 2009
Concepts: cancer, women, screening, breast cancer, cancer screening

New Trials Support the Effectiveness of Cupping Therapy
Published August 19 2009
Concepts: cupping, therapy, cupping therapy, effectiveness, pain

One in Seven Scientists Say Colleagues Fake "Scientific" Study Results
Published August 17 2009
Concepts: research, scientists, study, researchers, WHO

Resveratrol - The Miracle Nutrient for Cancer, Cholesterol and Longevity
Published August 12 2009
Concepts: resveratrol, Amazon, cancer, natural, wine

Human Heart Regenerates Cells Automatically: One Percent Each Year
Published August 2 2009
Concepts: heart, human, heart cells, researchers, 5

Omega-3s From Fish Oil Protect Against Prostate Cancer
Published August 2 2009
Concepts: Prostate, cancer, fish, men, risk

Marijuana Has Anti-Cancer Properties
Published July 25 2009
Concepts: Marijuana, research, anti-cancer, researchers, brain

Breast Cancer Linked to Obesity in Women of All Ages, Leptin Probable Culprit
Published July 20 2009
Concepts: leptin, cancer, breast cancer, obesity, women

Shocker: Medical Research Frequently Bogus
Published July 8 2009
Concepts: research, medical, scientist, medical research, scientists

Daily Dose of Broccoli Halts Ulcers and Cancer
Published July 8 2009
Concepts: broccoli, ulcers, research, sprouts, cancer

St. John's Wort Again Proven Better than Antidepressant Drugs
Published July 6 2009
Concepts: herb, St. John's Wort, research, extract, depression

Taurine Keeps Immune Systems Strong and Protects Organs
Published July 3 2009
Concepts: taurine, research, blood, chemotherapy, heart

Maca Restores Sexual Health without Raising Hormone Levels
Published June 9 2009
Concepts: maca, men, hormone, sex, health

Vitamin D Deficiency Causes Multiple Sclerosis in Children
Published June 7 2009
Concepts: Vitamin D, multiple sclerosis, research, children, deficiency

Light Exposure Helps Long-Term Care Patients Housed With No Sunlight
Published June 7 2009
Concepts: light, exposure, research, patients, lighting

Drug Companies Using Third-World People as Guinea Pigs
Published June 4 2009
Concepts: drug, people, companies, research, drug companies

Effective Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis is Completely Free with Vitamin D
Published June 4 2009
Concepts: Vitamin D, treatment, multiple sclerosis, free, study

Only 7.5 Minutes of Exercise a Week Needed for Diabetes Prevention
Published May 29 2009
Concepts: exercise, diabetes, researchers, men, health

GM-Soy: Destroy the Earth and Humans for Profit
Published May 27 2009
Concepts: soy, Genetic, glyphosate, research, form

Cancer Studies Published in Respected Journals Biased By Medical Industry Money
Published May 22 2009
Concepts: cancer, medical, studies, research, industry

Astaxanthin is Age and Disease Defying Miracle Nutrient from Microalgae
Published May 22 2009
Concepts: astaxanthin, cancer, research, disease, damage

Scientists Developing Memory-Erasing Drug
Published May 15 2009
Concepts: scientists, drug, memories, research, researchers

Spinach Knocks Out Cancer and Boosts Brain Power
Published May 15 2009
Concepts: spinach, cancer, brain, food, health

Cell Phones Spreading Superbugs in Hospitals
Published May 14 2009
Concepts: MRSA, infection, hospital, cell phones, superbugs

Natural Vitamin E Slashes Lung Cancer Risk by 55 Percent
Published May 11 2009
Concepts: cancer, lung cancer, risk, vitamin E, cancer risk

Breastfeeding Halves SIDS Risk
Published May 10 2009
Concepts: SIDS, breastfeeding, WHO, researchers, study

Prenatal Vitamin B12 Important to Prevent Neural Tube Defects
Published May 7 2009
Concepts: vitamin B12, prenatal, women, researchers, form

Sexual Functioning in Men can be Fully Restored Naturally
Published May 7 2009
Concepts: men, testosterone, rats, body, chrysin

Business Opportunity: Demand for Purple Corn May Soon Explode
Published May 6 2009
Concepts: corn, purple corn, cancer, color, food

Bee Propolis Stops Tumors from Neurofibromatosis and Cancer
Published April 29 2009
Concepts: propolis, tumors, cancer, infection, human

Researchers Accidentally Discover Link between Vinyl Flooring and Autism
Published April 23 2009
Concepts: children, autism, vinyl flooring, researchers, study

Omega-3s - Fish Oils, Flaxseed Oil and Prostate Cancer - What do the Experts Say?
Published April 20 2009
Concepts: cancer, omega-3, Amazon, Prostate, oil

Western Diet Responsible for One-Third of Heart Attacks
Published April 19 2009
Concepts: diet, heart, food, Western diet, foods

Ginkgo Reduces Brain Damage from Stroke by 50 Percent
Published April 2 2009
Concepts: brain, ginkgo, stroke, damage, brain damage

Beta-Blocker Drugs Cause 400 Percent Increase in Heart Attacks
Published April 2 2009
Concepts: heart, drugs, WHO, patients, increase

Resveratrol is "Nature's Medicine" for Cancer, Heart Disease and Much More
Published April 1 2009
Concepts: resveratrol, Amazon, natural, cancer, book

Cold Fusion Proven True by U.S. Navy Researchers - Will Suppression of this Science be Repeated?
Published March 25 2009
Concepts: cold fusion, science, Amazon, energy, research

Cooking Broccoli Destroys 90+ Percent of Anti-Cancer Compound Sulforaphane
Published March 20 2009
Concepts: broccoli, sulforaphane, research, cooking, vegetable

Prevent Myopia, Part III: Research Supports Prevention
Published March 19 2009
Concepts: myopia, research, eye, WHO, eyes

Hip Fracture Risk Increases With Vitamin D Deficiency
Published March 18 2009
Concepts: Vitamin D, risk, women, researchers, fractures

Number of Young Girls on Diabetes Drugs Skyrockets 147 Percent
Published March 16 2009
Concepts: drugs, increase, girls, diabetes, diabetes drugs

New Study Shows Skin Cream May Cause Skin Tumors
Published March 14 2009
Concepts: skin, study, skin cream, shows, risk

Researchers Suggest Insufficient Evidence of Efficacy of HPV Vaccine
Published March 10 2009
Concepts: HPV, researchers, evidence, cancer, vaccine

Supplements of DIM Stop Many Cancers in Their Tracks
Published March 10 2009
Concepts: cancer, estrogen, men, cancers, breast cancer

Six Baby Bottle Manufacturers Quietly Agree to Remove Bisphenol-A (BPA) from Baby Bottles
Published March 9 2009
Concepts: 5, BPA, AMA, bottle, Amazon

Obesity Isn't Genetic, It's Taught: Kids Learn Food Habits From Parents
Published March 9 2009
Concepts: food, children, food habits, Genetic, kids

Researchers Speculate Alzheimer's is New Diabetes Type
Published March 9 2009
Concepts: diabetes, Alzheimer's, insulin, disease, brain

Drinking Coffee Reduces Risk of Stroke, Cancer and Dementia
Published February 27 2009
Concepts: coffee, risk, drinking, cancer, men

Antipsychotic Drugs Boost Risk of Stroke in All Patients, Researchers Warn
Published February 27 2009
Concepts: drugs, patients, risk, researchers, antipsychotic drugs

Common Mouthwash Products Boost Risk of Oral Cancer by 900 Percent
Published February 26 2009
Concepts: mouthwash, risk, cancer, alcohol, oral cancer

Boost Your Memory with Brain-Boosting Supplements
Published February 25 2009
Concepts: 5, supplement, memory, brain, disease

Chamomile Tea Lowers Blood Sugar in Diabetics by 25 Percent
Published February 24 2009
Concepts: sugar, chamomile, blood sugar, blood, tea

Breathing Incense Smoke Boosts Respiratory Cancer Risk
Published February 23 2009
Concepts: incense, cancer, respiratory cancer, smoke, breathing

Green Tea and Breast Cancer Prevention: What the Experts Say
Published February 20 2009
Concepts: cancer, 5, tea, green, green tea

Milk Products may Destroy Antioxidant Benefits in Fruits, Vegetables and Grains
Published February 19 2009
Concepts: milk, tea, antioxidant, polyphenols, benefits

Low Levels of Vitamin D Linked to Higher Death Risk
Published February 18 2009
Concepts: Vitamin D, death, research, researchers, risk

"Brown" Fat Cells May Aid in Weight Loss
Published February 18 2009
Concepts: fat, fat cells, brown fat, weight, research

Annatto Coloring Could Replace Deadly Sodium Nitrite Used in Processed Meats
Published February 16 2009
Concepts: sodium, sodium nitrite, research, meat, color

Drink Tea and Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer by Thirty-Seven Percent
Published February 16 2009
Concepts: tea, cancer, risk, men, breast cancer

Chromium Picolinate May Ease Hunger, Appetite
Published February 16 2009
Concepts: chromium, chromium picolinate, hunger, food, research

Diet High in Vitamin C Reduces Risk of Diabetes
Published February 12 2009
Concepts: vitamin C, risk, diabetes, diet, researchers

Why Vaccinations Harm Children: Health Experts Sound Off
Published February 11 2009
Concepts: natural, Amazon, vaccination, vaccinations, heal

Children's Vitamins No Healthier than Candy
Published February 11 2009
Concepts: vitamins, children's vitamins, supplements, researchers, kids

Magnesium is Vital for Good Health
Published February 9 2009
Concepts: magnesium, 5, calories, men, heart

Researchers Detail Statin Drug Dangers
Published February 9 2009
Concepts: drug, drugs, statins, news, health

Early Mammograms May Trigger Genetic Breast Cancer
Published February 8 2009
Concepts: cancer, breast cancer, women, mammograms, health

Edible Food Film Made from Tomatoes Prevents E. Coli Contamination
Published February 6 2009
Concepts: film, food, edible, research, tomatoes

Eating Meat Boosts Risk of Prostate Cancer by 40 Percent
Published February 6 2009
Concepts: cancer, Prostate, prostate cancer, men, risk

The Hidden Dangers of Roundup
Published February 5 2009
Concepts: Roundup, research, researchers, human, toxic

Cancer Spreads Through Body Long Before Tumor Develops
Published February 3 2009
Concepts: body, research, researchers, tumors, healthy

Infections Cause Premature Births
Published January 29 2009
Concepts: infections, researchers, birth, method, infection

Wealth Opportunity: Blue Honeysuckle Berries are Hottest New Superfood
Published January 29 2009
Concepts: blue honeysuckle, berries, research, acid, produce

Genetically Modified Food Researchers Want Crop Trial Locations Kept Secret
Published January 27 2009
Concepts: crop, food, researchers, genetically modified, genetically modified food

Flu Shot "Totally Worthless" at Reducing Death Rate in Elderly
Published January 27 2009
Concepts: flu, death, flu shot, death rate, health

High Omega-6 Fatty Acid Intake Linked to Breast Cancer
Published January 23 2009
Concepts: omega-6, cancer, acid, breast cancer, women

Inositol May Prevent Lung Cancer in Cigarette Smokers
Published January 22 2009
Concepts: inositol, cancer, research, lung cancer, smoke

Hip Fracture Risk Increases With Vitamin D Deficiency
Published January 22 2009
Concepts: Vitamin D, risk, women, researchers, fractures

New Research Confirms Vitamin D Blocks Formation of Breast Cancer
Published January 22 2009
Concepts: Vitamin D, cancer, research, breast cancer, women

Breast Cancer Saliva Test to Make Dangerous Mammograms Obsolete
Published January 19 2009
Concepts: cancer, saliva, breast cancer, protein, mammograms

Consuming Common Food Additive MSG Increases Risk of Weight Gain
Published January 19 2009
Concepts: MSG, food, brain, weight, the brain

Fruit Rich in Polyphenols Protects Against Alzheimer's Disease, Cognitive Decline
Published January 16 2009
Concepts: fruit, Alzheimer's, disease, Alzheimer's disease, polyphenols

Vicks VapoRub May Harm Children: Researchers Recommend Natural Treatments
Published January 15 2009
Concepts: VapoRub, researchers, natural, heal, treatments

Folate Consumption Reduces Risk of Stroke by 20 Percent in Male Smokers
Published January 14 2009
Concepts: stroke, risk, folate, consumption, men

Excessive Antiviral Drug Use Increases Deadly Flu Risk
Published January 14 2009
Concepts: flu, drug, research, drug use, infection

Apple Pectin Helps Prevent Colorectal Cancer
Published January 11 2009
Concepts: apple, pectin, apple pectin, cancer, researchers

Go for Raw
Published January 6 2009
Concepts: food, acrylamide, cancer, foods, enzymes

Cancer Industry Raking in Profits on Chemotherapy as Treatment Costs Skyrocket
Published December 30 2008
Concepts: cancer, treatment, chemotherapy, costs, cost

Acetyl L-Carnitine and Alpha-Lipoic Acid may be Fountain of Youth for the Brain
Published December 29 2008
Concepts: acid, L-carnitine, youth, rats, mitochondria

Beans: Fabulous Health Benefits, Weight Management and Nutrition at Very Low Cost
Published December 28 2008
Concepts: beans, cancer, men, study, diet

Study Shows Larger Waistline Decreases Lifespan
Published December 16 2008
Concepts: study, shows, waistline, men, researchers

Lipoic Acid Leads the Pack of Antioxidants that Protect Youth and Slow Aging
Published December 16 2008
Concepts: acid, lipoic acid, body, research, antioxidant

Excess Weight in Teen Girls Linked to Internet, Alcohol and Lack of Sleep
Published December 9 2008
Concepts: alcohol, weight, internet, girls, teen girls

New Research Shows Antidepressants Increase Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
Published December 5 2008
Concepts: research, antidepressants, risk, increase, shows

Latest GMO Research: Decreased Fertility, Immunological Alterations and Allergies
Published December 4 2008
Concepts: corn, GMO, fertility, research, protein

Ginseng Found Highly Effective for Weight Loss and Diabetes Control
Published December 1 2008
Concepts: ginseng, diabetes, research, weight, weight loss

Probiotics Improve Infant Immune Function
Published December 1 2008
Concepts: probiotics, probiotic, improve, research, researchers

Study Shows Hawaiian Islands' Reef Fish Are Disappearing
Published November 29 2008
Concepts: fish, reef, shows, study, Hawaii

Study Shows Kiwifruit Ranked Among Highest in Antioxidants
Published November 24 2008
Concepts: kiwifruit, study, shows, antioxidant, researchers

Joyful Music is Powerful Heart Medicine, Researchers Find
Published November 23 2008
Concepts: music, medicine, heart, blood, health

Whole Fruit and Green Leafy Vegetable Decrease Risk of Diabetes
Published November 21 2008
Concepts: fruit, risk, green, vegetable, WHO

Researchers Find Natural Help for Arthritis and Parkinson's Disease: Curry Spice and Grapes
Published November 20 2008
Concepts: grapes, natural, arthritis, spice, Parkinson's

Mobile Phone Use Boosts Cancer Risk by 50 Percent
Published November 18 2008
Concepts: mobile phone, cancer, risk, cancer risk, studies

Niacin May Lower the Risk of Heart Disease
Published November 7 2008
Concepts: niacin, heart, cholesterol, risk, research

People with Depression Prone to Diabetes
Published November 7 2008
Concepts: depression, people, diabetes, WHO, researchers

New Study Shows Omega-3s Reduce Appetite
Published November 7 2008
Concepts: omega-3s, omega-3, study, shows, research

Harvard Psychiatrists Hide Millions of Dollars Received from Drug Companies
Published November 7 2008
Concepts: Harvard, drug, research, researchers, NIH

Orange Essential Oils Inhibit Salmonella Activity
Published November 6 2008
Concepts: orange, oils, essential oils, oil, salmonella

Researchers Find Fish Oil Reduces Inflammation
Published November 5 2008
Concepts: researchers, fish, oil, fish oil, inflammation

Common Sense, Non-Surgical Therapies Correct Clubfoot, Researchers Find
Published November 4 2008
Concepts: clubfoot, therapies, treatment, researchers, method

Study Shows Blueberries Lower Cholesterol in Pigs
Published October 31 2008
Concepts: cholesterol, blueberries, diet, study, shows

Chlorella Reduces Body Fat, Total Cholesterol, and Blood Glucose Levels
Published October 27 2008
Concepts: chlorella, body, blood, fat, RNA

Consuming Acrylamides Boosts Kidney Cancer Rate by 59 Percent
Published October 23 2008
Concepts: cancer, acrylamide, diet, kidney cancer, research

Spices: A Wealth of Health Benefits that Make Food Taste Great
Published October 23 2008
Concepts: spice, health, spices, antioxidant, benefits

Hormone Replacement Therapy Boosts Risk of Recurring Cancer
Published October 17 2008
Concepts: risk, cancer, hormone, therapy, HRT

Licorice Heals Ulcers, Inflammation, and Skin Conditions
Published October 9 2008
Concepts: licorice, ulcers, extract, inflammation, skin

Weed Killer Chemicals Linked to Brain Cancer
Published October 8 2008
Concepts: brain, men, chemicals, women, weed killer

Pycnogenol Reduces Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics
Published October 2 2008
Concepts: pycnogenol, risk, heart, disease, heart disease risk

In Cancer Scare Story, Medical Researchers Admit Vitamin C Protects Cells from Free Radical Damage
Published October 1 2008
Concepts: cancer, vitamin C, therapy, chemotherapy, free

Pain-Relieving Drugs Linked with Accelerated Mental Decline
Published September 30 2008
Concepts: drugs, mental, research, Alzheimer's, researchers

New Findings Show Astounding Cancer Prevention Effects of Black Raspberries, Blueberries, Olive Leaves and Green Tea
Published September 26 2008
Concepts: cancer, green, research, raspberries, researchers

Psychotropic Drug Use Soars in UK Teens
Published September 26 2008
Concepts: UK, children, increase, drug, drug use

Dictator Gene Shows Correlation to Selfish Behavior
Published September 25 2008
Concepts: shows, researchers, people, behavior, men

Tomato Paste Found to Function as Internal Sunscreen, Blocking UV Rays and Protecting Skin Health
Published September 24 2008
Concepts: skin, sunscreen, blocking, researchers, tomatoes

Music Shown to Facilitate the Development of Neurons in the Brain
Published September 23 2008
Concepts: music, brain, men, the brain, research

Death Rate from Cancer Slashed 55 Percent with High Vitamin D Levels
Published September 18 2008
Concepts: Vitamin D, cancer, research, form, death

Eating Cocoa Improves Blood Vessel Function in Diabetics
Published September 15 2008
Concepts: cocoa, blood, eating, research, diabetes

Hackers Easily Override Heart Monitors, Delivering Potentially Deadly Shocks to Heart
Published September 11 2008
Concepts: heart, heart monitors, hackers, security, researchers

Lower Breast Cancer Risk for Women Who Were Breastfed as Children
Published September 11 2008
Concepts: cancer, women, WHO, risk, cancer risk

Fermenting Soy Eliminates Allergenic Substances
Published September 10 2008
Concepts: soy, allergenic, researchers, food, proteins

Teens Should Increase Vitamin D Intake by 1000 Percent to Avoid Deficiency, Say Researchers
Published September 8 2008
Concepts: Vitamin D, deficiency, children, increase, teens

Despite the Hype, Statin Drugs Found Medically Useless in Preventing Alzheimer's
Published September 8 2008
Concepts: Alzheimer's, disease, statins, Alzheimer's disease, research

Deep Brain Stimulation Inexplicably Restores Vivid Memories
Published September 6 2008
Concepts: brain, memory, researchers, man, disease

Bitter Melon Nutrients Fight Type 2 Diabetes Better than Prescription Drugs
Published September 2 2008
Concepts: diabetes, bitter melon, research, Type 2 diabetes, nutrients

Eighty Percent of Facelift Surgery Infections are MRSA "Superbugs"
Published September 1 2008
Concepts: MRSA, infections, infection, surgery, facelift

Researchers Find an Increase in Organic Crops Would Help the World Food Supply
Published August 31 2008
Concepts: world, rice, organic, food, researchers

Vegan Diet Reduces Risk of Arthritis, Heart Attack and Stroke
Published August 29 2008
Concepts: diet, vegan, arthritis, risk, heart

Calcium and Vitamin D Proven to Stop Bone Loss in Men
Published August 27 2008
Concepts: bone, calcium, Vitamin D, men, bone loss

Millions of U.S. Children are Vitamin D Deficient, Warn Researchers
Published August 26 2008
Concepts: Vitamin D, children, deficiency, research, researchers

Acupuncture Boosts Fertility by 65 Percent in Women
Published August 22 2008
Concepts: acupuncture, fertility, in vitro, in vitro fertilization, researchers

Too Much TV Makes Your Kids Obese, Researchers Find
Published August 21 2008
Concepts: researchers, child, children, kids, obese

Drug Companies Routinely Bury Studies Showing Their Drugs Don't Work
Published August 20 2008
Concepts: studies, drug, results, companies, drugs

Strength Training Helps Prevent Type-2 Diabetes
Published August 19 2008
Concepts: training, strength training, strength, weight, muscle

Researchers Discover How Niacin Ups HDL, Lowers Heart Attack Risk
Published August 18 2008
Concepts: niacin, heart, cholesterol, researchers, UPS

Viagra Puts Men's Fertility at Risk, Researchers Warn
Published August 14 2008
Concepts: viagra, fertility, researchers, risk, sperm

Vibrational Medicine: Scientists Kill Viruses by Blasting them with Resonant Frequencies
Published August 14 2008
Concepts: viruses, virus, scientists, researchers, laser

Lack of Sunlight Found to Greatly Increase Risk of Lung Cancer
Published August 13 2008
Concepts: cancer, sunlight, risk, Vitamin D, increase

Eating Legumes Slashes Type 2 Diabetes Risk by 40 Percent, Research Shows
Published August 11 2008
Concepts: diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, risk, diabetes risk, legumes

Lack of Quality Sleep Promotes Insulin Resistance, Diabetes
Published August 11 2008
Concepts: sleep, insulin, insulin resistance, quality, researchers

Prenatal Mediterranean Diet Cuts Risk of Asthma, Allergies in Children
Published August 7 2008
Concepts: diet, asthma, mediterranean diet, allergies, risk

Lancet Pushes Statin Drugs for All Diabetics, Regardless of Heart Condition
Published August 5 2008
Concepts: heart, diabetes, drugs, diabetics, statin drugs

A Happy Marriage Boosts Heart Health, Researchers Discover
Published August 3 2008
Concepts: marriage, health, researchers, blood, blood pressure

Scientists Genetically Engineer "Super Carrot" Rich in Calcium
Published August 1 2008
Concepts: calcium, engineer, scientists, researchers, carrots

Flax Shown to Be Effective Against Cancers of the Colon and Breast
Published August 1 2008
Concepts: flax, oil, flax oil, colon, cancer

Blacks Remain (Rightly) Wary of Medical Trials, Risk of Exploitation as Human Guinea Pigs
Published July 29 2008
Concepts: blacks, medical, human, researchers, medical trials

Obesity Linked to Gum Disease
Published July 28 2008
Concepts: obesity, disease, gum disease, researchers, infection

Nearly Half of Parents Fail to Realize Their Children are Obese
Published July 25 2008
Concepts: children, child, parents, weight, overweight

Chemical Causes of Diabetes: Overeating Is Not the Only Problem
Published July 25 2008
Concepts: diabetes, men, 5, food, chemical

Medical Researchers Attack YouTube Videos That Warn About Dangers of Vaccinations
Published July 25 2008
Concepts: YouTube, videos, medical, researchers, medical researchers

Diabetes Drug Avandia Causes Brittle Bones, Researchers Declare
Published July 23 2008
Concepts: Avandia, researchers, drug, diabetes, bones

Raw Broccoli, Cabbage Slash Bladder Cancer Risk by 40 Percent; Cooking Destroys Benefits
Published July 18 2008
Concepts: cancer, raw, food, vegetable, juice

Chimpanzees Beat Humans in Memory Test
Published July 11 2008
Concepts: humans, chimpanzees, human, memory, research

Prolonged Sitting Turns Off Fat-Burning Enzyme
Published July 10 2008
Concepts: sitting, fat, researchers, muscle, muscles

Steroid Nasal Sprays, Antibiotics Found Useless For Sinus Infections
Published July 9 2008
Concepts: antibiotics, nasal sprays, useless, antibiotic, researchers

Coccinia Indica Herb Lowers Blood Sugar Levels by 20 Percent in Type 2 Diabetics
Published July 8 2008
Concepts: blood, herb, blood sugar, blood sugar levels, research

Large Scale Study Finds Vitamin B6 Deficiency Common in the U.S.
Published July 8 2008
Concepts: vitamin B6, deficiency, men, study, nutrition

Diabetic Hospitalizations Among Youth Rises 38 Percent Since 1993
Published July 6 2008
Concepts: diabetic, hospital, diabetes, youth, increase

Red Meat Consumption Linked Yet Again to Increased Cancer Risk
Published July 2 2008
Concepts: cancer, meat, red meat, risk, consumption

GM Foods: The U.S. Fights Mandatory Labeling in An Untested Human Experiment
Published June 30 2008
Concepts: food, foods, labeling, mandatory, human

Researchers Explore Link Between Obesity and Insomnia
Published June 29 2008
Concepts: sleep, obesity, researchers, 5, health

Vitamin K Reduces Chronic Inflammation Throughout the Body
Published June 24 2008
Concepts: vitamin K, inflammation, chronic inflammation, researchers, reduction

Blood Transfusions Increase Risk of Heart Attack and Death
Published June 23 2008
Concepts: blood, heart, increase, patients, heart attack

Pesticide Dangers to Human Health Carry Through Multiple Generations
Published June 20 2008
Concepts: rats, health, human, human health, pesticide

Wood Floor Finishes Contaminated with Toxic PCB Chemicals
Published June 16 2008
Concepts: PCB, wood, toxic, PCBs, researchers

Biofuels from Switchgrass Offer 540 Percent Return on Energy Inputs
Published June 12 2008
Concepts: energy, biofuels, produce, research, researchers

Alliance for Human Research Protection Condemns Psychiatric Researchers for Lack of Integrity and Hidden Financial Ties
Published June 11 2008
Concepts: man, child, children, drug, human

Top Psychiatric Researcher Dr. Biederman Caught Lying about $1.6 Million in Drug Money; Performed Medical Experiments on Children
Published June 10 2008
Concepts: child, drug, children, medical, experiments

DIM Lowers Potential of Cancer Cell Metastasis, Invasion and Angiogenesis
Published June 5 2008
Concepts: cancer, men, estrogen, research, supplement

The truth behind the headlines about antioxidants and vitamins
Published June 4 2008
Concepts: headlines, antioxidants, harm, drug, pharmaceuticals

Turmeric Found to Be Beneficial for Lung, Liver and Colon Health
Published May 22 2008
Concepts: turmeric, curcumin, liver, disease, colon

A Magnesium Deficiency Increases Cancer Risk Significantly
Published May 21 2008
Concepts: magnesium, cancer, men, calcium, deficiency

Broccoli Juice Proven to Protect Skin Better than Sunscreen
Published May 15 2008
Concepts: broccoli, skin, cancer, sunscreen, sulforaphane

Juices May Reduce Alzheimer’s Disease Risk
Published May 15 2008
Concepts: disease, juices, juice, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's disease

Antioxidant Levels Rise as Fruits Ripen
Published May 14 2008
Concepts: antioxidant, fruits, chlorophyll, fruit, researchers

Olive Extract Protects Against Neurodegenerative Disorders
Published May 1 2008
Concepts: extract, olive extract, research, hydroxytyrosol, researchers

New Anti-Cancer Compounds Discovered in Apples
Published April 30 2008
Concepts: apple, cancer, apples, research, anti-cancer

A Magnesium Defficiency Increases Cancer Risk Significantly
Published April 18 2008
Concepts: magnesium, cancer, men, calcium, risk

Vitamins A, C and E Increase Mortality! (and other nonsense from the realm of junk science)
Published April 16 2008
Concepts: vitamins, studies, science, review, antioxidant

Capsaicin from Chili Peppers May Work as Potent Dental Anesthetic
Published April 11 2008
Concepts: capsaicin, chili, chili peppers, dental, pain

Eating Onions Found to Reduce High Blood Pressure
Published April 10 2008
Concepts: blood, blood pressure, onions, eating, hypertension

Antioxidant-Rich Capers Could Protect Consumers from Cancer Effects of Meat Consumption
Published April 9 2008
Concepts: meat, capers, cancer, consumers, researchers

Anti-Cancer Fucoidans Extracted from Brown Marine Algae; May be Used in Functional Beverages
Published April 2 2008
Concepts: fucoidans, algae, extract, research, anti-cancer

The Appendix Has a Purpose After All: Repopulating the Gut with Friendly Flora
Published March 31 2008
Concepts: appendix, gut, researchers, disease, people

New Studies Continue to Reveal the Health Benefits of Colostrum
Published March 17 2008
Concepts: Colostrum, men, 5, studies, health

Oral Cancer May be Treated with Proanthocyanidins from Medicinal Plants
Published March 12 2008
Concepts: cancer, oral cancer, berries, proanthocyanidins, medicinal

IP6 - A Rising Star in the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer
Published February 27 2008
Concepts: IP6, prevention, cancer, research, treatment

Engineering Warfare: A Close Look at Biological and Chemical Warfare
Published February 20 2008
Concepts: men, virus, man, agents, viruses

Cancer is not a Disease - It's a Survival Mechanism (Book Excerpt)
Published February 1 2008
Concepts: cancer, body, heal, men, disease

Food Additives Found to Cause Hyperactivity in Children
Published January 29 2008
Concepts: hyperactivity, children, food, sodium benzoate, food additives

Pomegranate Extracts Found to Inhibit Prostate Cancer Tumor Growth
Published January 14 2008
Concepts: cancer, Prostate, pomegranate, prostate cancer, pomegranates

Lutein, Zeaxanthin Found to Prevent Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Published January 10 2008
Concepts: zeaxanthin, age-related macular degeneration, eye health, researchers, lutein

Study "Disproving" Mercury-Autism Link Published in Journal with Financial Ties to Vaccine Manufacturers
Published January 9 2008
Concepts: vaccine, study, vaccines, mercury, autism

Health Literacy Leads to Longer Life
Published December 20 2007
Concepts: health, literacy, health literacy, researchers, longevity

Vaccines and Medical Experiments on Children, Minorities, Woman and Inmates (1845 - 2007)
Published December 14 2007
Concepts: men, 5, man, news, NaturalNews

Study Reveals 17 Different Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater
Published December 13 2007
Concepts: water, study, pharmaceuticals, waste, wastewater

Depression, Osteoporosis Correlation Misreported by Junk Science Media, Ill-Informed Health Researchers
Published December 11 2007
Concepts: osteoporosis, disease, media, research, report

Nationwide trial to test omega-3 oils vs. Alzheimer's disease
Published December 7 2007
Concepts: omega-3 oils, Alzheimer's, omega-3, DHA, study

Strontium Reduces Risk of Vertebral Fractures
Published November 28 2007
Concepts: strontium, bone, 5, osteoporosis, risk

The 'D'-fensive Vitamin: Study Finds Vitamin D Sustains Life
Published November 16 2007
Concepts: Vitamin D, study, research, health, researchers

People who fidget more likely to be thin, researchers discover
Published November 15 2007
Concepts: researchers, WHO, people, brain, body

Strontium: An Alternative Treatment For Osteoporosis
Published November 14 2007
Concepts: strontium, bone, 5, osteoporosis, health

Phytonutrients in broccoli and soy found to prevent spread of breast cancer, ovarian cancer
Published October 24 2007
Concepts: broccoli, cancer, soy, breast cancer, phytonutrients

Honeybee collapse linked to deadly virus invasion
Published October 8 2007
Concepts: collapse, virus, honeybees, researchers, colony collapse

Jet lag proves harmful, disruptive to health and performance
Published September 13 2007
Concepts: jet lag, health, harmful, research, researchers

High-fat Diet Linked to Increased Breast Cancer Risk
Published August 27 2007
Concepts: breast cancer, fat, diet, risk, cancer prevention

How to Tone Your Blood Vessels and Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease
Published July 7 2007
Concepts: blood, 5, heart, dysfunction, men

Recent Research Highlights: Oily fish, resveratrol, green tea, vitamin D and tomato extract
Published July 7 2007
Concepts: research, fish, men, resveratrol, risk

Vitamin K reduces calcification of arteries by 37 percent; blood thinner medications cause calcification
Published June 5 2007
Concepts: vitamin K, blood, blood thinner, arteries, medications

The big vitamin scare: American Medical Association claims vitamins may kill you (opinion)
Published February 28 2007
Concepts: vitamins, medical, drug, nutrition, research

Researchers discover moderate sunlight exposure helps prevent skin cancer
Published February 1 2007
Concepts: skin, sunlight, sunlight exposure, skin cancer, sun

Researchers seek to insert caffeine into baked goods
Published January 29 2007
Concepts: caffeine, researchers, donuts, pastries, junk food

Studies show reishi mushrooms benefit people stricken with a variety of ailments, from high blood pressure to AIDS
Published January 25 2007
Concepts: reishi, cancer, herb, mushrooms, blood

Brain bleeding from use of anticoagulant increasing since the 1990s, researchers report
Published January 16 2007
Concepts: bleeding, warfarin, anticoagulant, brain, patients

Animal study links yet another health problem with trans fats: an increase in stubborn belly fat
Published January 11 2007
Concepts: fat, health, weight, trans fat, belly fat

Taking fish oil supplements in late pregnancy boosts baby's brainpower, study finds
Published January 2 2007
Concepts: fish, fish oil, supplements, pregnancy, fish oil supplements

Astonished researchers report capsaicin injections cure Type 1 diabetes in mice
Published December 22 2006
Concepts: diabetes, capsaicin, Type 1 diabetes, researchers, cure

Small-scale nuclear war could devastate global environment for years, researchers say
Published December 18 2006
Concepts: nuclear, war, environment, nuclear war, researchers

Obese diabetics misjudge calorie intake, study finds
Published December 15 2006
Concepts: obese, study, caloric intake, men, diabetics

Ethnobotanical study of Northern Peru reveals abundant system of plant-based medicine spanning 510 plant species
Published December 14 2006
Concepts: Peru, plants, man, medicine, research

Researchers are teaching robots to interact intelligently with humans
Published December 4 2006
Concepts: robots, robot, human, researchers, people

Little-known perungalli herb from India shows powerful anti-inflammatory effects in latest clinical trials
Published November 30 2006
Concepts: India, inflammation, herb, anti-inflammatory, shows

Chemotherapy causes brain shrinkage, study finds
Published November 29 2006
Concepts: brain, chemotherapy, brain shrinkage, patients, study

Researchers: Humpback whales found to share high IQ brain cells with humans
Published November 28 2006
Concepts: whales, brain, IQ, brain cells, researchers

Nutritional content of wheat substantially improved by activating latent "wild" gene
Published November 27 2006
Concepts: wheat, nutrition, genetically modified wheat, research, genetically modified foods

Angioplasty useless for most heart attack patients, study finds
Published November 15 2006
Concepts: heart, patients, heart attack, study, angioplasty

French researchers torture mice to study effects of painkillers
Published November 15 2006
Concepts: pain, researchers, torture, study, research

Researchers Examine Problem of Foul Tastes Among Cancer Patients (press release)
Published November 13 2006
Concepts: water, patients, diet, cancer, cancer patients

Arthritis drug researchers apologize for undisclosed pharmaceutical industry ties
Published November 8 2006
Concepts: researchers, drug, arthritis, industry, pharmaceutical industry

More Kidney Cancer Is Detected and Treated Early, Yet Death Rate Rises (press release)
Published November 7 2006
Concepts: cancer, kidney cancer, tumors, men, increase

Pesticide exposure could increase risk of early onset of Parkinson's disease (press release)
Published November 2 2006
Concepts: Parkinson's, disease, pesticide, Parkinson's Disease, exposure

Turmeric extract shows strong anti-inflammatory effect in new study
Published October 31 2006
Concepts: turmeric, extract, rheumatoid arthritis, anti-inflammatory, shows

Regular aerobic exercise significantly reduces markers of increased colon-cancer risk in men (press release)
Published October 30 2006
Concepts: exercise, men, colon, risk, cancer

Typical Diet Deficient in Nutrient Linked to Infant Brain Development, Memory (press release)
Published October 26 2006
Concepts: choline, food, men, nutrient, diet

Strawberry nutrient protects against Alzheimer's, study finds
Published October 24 2006
Concepts: Alzheimer's, study, strawberries, memory, nutrient

Overweight in early childhood increases chances for obesity at age 12 (press release)
Published October 24 2006
Concepts: child, weight, overweight, children, study

Eating protein boosts hormone that staves off hunger (press release)
Published October 24 2006
Concepts: protein, diet, hormone, hunger, PYY

Researchers discover new juice extraction technique for heart-healthy sea buckthorn superfruit
Published October 23 2006
Concepts: juice, sea buckthorn, researchers, cholesterol, superfruits

Doctors accuse Eli Lilly of trying to buy regulatory influence to benefit sepsis drug
Published October 20 2006
Concepts: sepsis, Eli Lilly, influence, doctors, campaign

Juices may reduce Alzheimer's disease risk (press release)
Published October 19 2006
Concepts: disease, juices, risk, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's disease

Study shows link between morbid obesity, low IQ in toddlers (press release)
Published October 19 2006
Concepts: IQ, child, study, research, children

Obesity in men linked to infertility (press release)
Published October 19 2006
Concepts: men, health, infertility, weight, obesity

Fish Fatty Acids May Prevent More Sudden Deaths Than Defibrillators (press release)
Published October 18 2006
Concepts: defibrillators, fatty acids, deaths, omega-3, event

Stress significantly hastens progression of Alzheimer's disease (press release)
Published October 18 2006
Concepts: Alzheimer's, stress, disease, Alzheimer's disease, brain

Quick diagnosis of flu strains possible with new microchip test (press release)
Published October 17 2006
Concepts: flu, influenza, CDC, the flu, research

Antidepressant drugs may cause aggressive, violent behavior in youth
Published October 17 2006
Concepts: violent behavior, drugs, aggressive, antidepressant drugs, drug

Researchers find link between obesity and cognitive decline
Published October 16 2006
Concepts: obesity, researchers, cognitive decline, men, study

Sunscreens can damage skin, researchers find (press release)
Published October 16 2006
Concepts: skin, sun, sunscreen, sunscreens, researchers

Breast cancer risk tripled for women exposed to farm pesticides and chemicals
Published October 13 2006
Concepts: cancer, breast cancer, pesticides, farm, women

Eating cabbage and brussels sprouts kills cancer cells, researchers find
Published October 12 2006
Concepts: cancer, cabbage, cancer cells, researchers, sprouts

Decaffeinated coffee still contains caffeine, researchers report
Published October 11 2006
Concepts: caffeine, coffee, researchers, caffeine addiction, research

Medical myths explained: Why health researchers mistakenly think one disease causes another
Published October 11 2006
Concepts: disease, causes, heart, nutrition, health

High intake of meat leads to colon cancer, researchers find
Published October 9 2006
Concepts: cancer, meat, colon, colon cancer, researchers

Black tea found to protect against heart disease, chronic stress
Published October 6 2006
Concepts: tea, heart, stress, black tea, disease

Breast cancer survivors change lifestyle after diagnosis (press release)
Published October 6 2006
Concepts: cancer, cancer survivors, survivor, health, diagnosis

Drinking cola causes bone mineral loss in women, researchers find
Published October 6 2006
Concepts: cola, bone, women, researchers, drinking

Chemical in many air fresheners may reduce lung function (press release)
Published September 29 2006
Concepts: research, lung function, health, air fresheners, chemical

Link proven between sugar consumption and hyperactivity, mental disorders in teens
Published September 29 2006
Concepts: hyperactivity, mental, mental disorders, consumption, soda

Researchers reveal how long-term use of anti-inflammatory medication can cause osteoporosis (press release)
Published September 28 2006
Concepts: osteoporosis, researchers, bone, medication, anti-inflammatory

Doctors fail to communicate drug side effects to patients
Published September 27 2006
Concepts: doctors, side effects, drug, medication, drug side effects

Penn researchers examine the effects of meditation on early cognitive impairment (press release)
Published September 27 2006
Concepts: meditation, brain, researchers, the brain, study

New Study Finds Increased Risk of Birth Defects Related to First Trimester Use of ACE Inhibitors (press release)
Published September 25 2006
Concepts: risk, study, infants, research, birth

Research adds weight to growing pains in children (press release)
Published September 25 2006
Concepts: children, pain, child, research, weight

UGA researchers find high rates of off-label prescriptions (press release)
Published September 25 2006
Concepts: drug, researchers, rates, prescriptions, drugs

Johns Hopkins Researchers Find Link Between Cell's Energy Use and Genome Health: Another Possible Link Between Diet and Aging (press release)
Published September 25 2006
Concepts: energy, yeast, aging, researchers, diet

UF researchers question effectiveness of decongestant (press release)
Published September 22 2006
Concepts: drug, FDA, medication, researchers, effectiveness

Don’t Use Antibiotics for Runny Noses, Say Researchers (press release)
Published September 22 2006
Concepts: antibiotics, antibiotic, researchers, harm, patients

UC Researchers Develop and Test Prevention Program for Childhood Obesity (press release)
Published September 21 2006
Concepts: program, obesity, researchers, prevention, childhood obesity

Nicotine exposure during development leads to hearing problems (press release)
Published September 20 2006
Concepts: nicotine, exposure, problems, study, research

An exercise of the will (press release)
Published September 20 2006
Concepts: exercise, cancer, study, physical, life

Research Documents Children’s Exposure to Pesticides (press release)
Published September 19 2006
Concepts: exposure, research, pesticides, pesticide, children

Misdosing common for powerful anti-clotting drugs (press release)
Published September 18 2006
Concepts: drugs, patients, drug, research, hospital

Researchers discover how a high-fat diet causes type 2 diabetes (press release)
Published September 18 2006
Concepts: diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, diet, insulin, researchers

UCSD researchers state vitamin D needed to cut cancer risk (press release)
Published September 15 2006
Concepts: Vitamin D, cancer, risk, researchers, cancer risk

Vioxx found to be the single most dangerous cox-2 inhibitor drug, yet FDA publicly defends it
Published September 13 2006
Concepts: FDA, drug, Vioxx, the FDA, dangerous

Researchers Show How Air Pollution Causes Heart Disease (press release)
Published September 13 2006
Concepts: 5, disease, pollution, researchers, air pollution

Hallucinogen in Mushrooms Creates Universal “Mystical” Experience (press release)
Published September 13 2006
Concepts: study, psilocybin, drug, research, mushrooms

Carnegie Mellon researchers find links between happiness and health, but questions remain (press release)
Published September 13 2006
Concepts: health, emotions, happiness, researchers, questions

Food additive inhibits longevity enzyme in yeast, increases cell toxicity, new study finds (press release)
Published September 12 2006
Concepts: yeast, food, study, human, longevity

Researchers identify energy gains and environmental impacts of corn ethanol and soybean biodiesel (press release)
Published September 12 2006
Concepts: corn, ethanol, biodiesel, fuel, energy

UQ researchers show traditional Chinese exercises can help combat diabetes (press release)
Published September 7 2006
Concepts: diabetes, exercises, Chinese, Traditional Chinese, researchers

Common Reflux Treatment Linked to Life Threatening Bowel Infection in Premature Infants (press release)
Published September 7 2006
Concepts: infants, premature infants, research, acid, treatment

Youth Overweight Increases Risk of Bone Fractures, Muscle and Joint Pain (press release)
Published September 7 2006
Concepts: overweight, youth, bone, pain, NIH

A Meaty, Salty, Starchy Diet May Impact Chronic Lung Disease (press release)
Published September 7 2006
Concepts: diet, disease, food, men, research

Most effective antipsychotic drug has serious health consequences (press release)
Published September 6 2006
Concepts: drug, patients, health, metabolic syndrome, researchers

Published September 5 2006
Concepts: study, children, links, research, consumerism

Higher death rates associated with increasing degrees of obesity, PITT researchers report (press release)
Published September 5 2006
Concepts: obesity, death, women, weight, 5

Magnetic Therapy May Help Stroke Recovery (press release)
Published September 1 2006
Concepts: stroke, therapy, magnetic therapy, recovery, treatment

Obesity in prostate cancer patients predicts cancer recurrence and progression (press release)
Published August 29 2006
Concepts: cancer, Prostate, prostate cancer, obese, obesity

Berries protect the nervous system from radiation damage, research reveals
Published August 28 2006
Concepts: berries, radiation, damage, radiation damage, nervous system

Human 'Mad Cow' Could Cause Eventual Epidemic (press release)
Published August 28 2006
Concepts: human, epidemic, disease, researchers, vCJD

Walking three times weekly slows decline from peripheral artery disease (press release)
Published August 25 2006
Concepts: walking, exercise, study, research, decline

Study: Exercise helps speed wound healing in older adults (press release)
Published August 24 2006
Concepts: exercise, adults, healing, study, heal

Medical Centers Vary In Disclosing Conflicts Of Interest (press release)
Published August 24 2006
Concepts: medical, conflicts of interest, research, conflict of interest, information

Gecko feet inspire scientists to create micro-fiber adhesive
Published August 23 2006
Concepts: fiber, feet, researchers, biomimetics, scientists

Common asthma inhaler causing deaths, researchers assert (press release)
Published August 23 2006
Concepts: asthma, deaths, patients, researchers, death

Queen’s-led network looks at fetal alcohol syndrome with goal of minimizing life-long learning problems (press release)
Published August 22 2006
Concepts: alcohol, research, problems, learning, network

Search for cancer genes unlikely to succeed, say researchers (press release)
Published August 17 2006
Concepts: cancer, genes, researchers, cancer genes, Genetic

Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center researchers find ginseng may improve breast cancer outcomes (press release)
Published August 15 2006
Concepts: ginseng, cancer, breast cancer, researchers, improve

Review of scientific journals shows steadily increasing conflict of interest in funding of drug trials
Published August 15 2006
Concepts: drug, research, studies, scientific, review

Number of overweight babies up 74 percent as obesity skyrockets in expectant mothers
Published August 10 2006
Concepts: overweight, babies, obesity, prenatal health, prenatal nutrition

Vitamin D deficiency found in alarming percentage of teenage girls
Published August 8 2006
Concepts: Vitamin D, deficiency, vitamin D deficiency, teenage girls, sunlight

Researchers Say Low-Carb Diet Benefits Diabetics (press release)
Published August 8 2006
Concepts: diet, researchers, diabetics, low-carb diet, low-carb

Researchers Reveal Possibility of Separating Anticancer Properties of Vitamin D (press release)
Published August 7 2006
Concepts: Vitamin D, cancer, researchers, properties, calcium

Antidepressants Can Increase Diabetes Risk in Certain Cases (press release)
Published August 4 2006
Concepts: diabetes, risk, antidepressants, increase, cases

Vitamin B6 found to slash risk of Parkinson's disease
Published August 3 2006
Concepts: vitamin B6, Parkinson's, risk, research, 5

Researchers develop anti-obesity vaccine as consumers hope for "magic bullet" weight loss miracle
Published August 3 2006
Concepts: vaccine, weight loss, anti-obesity vaccine, weight, researchers

Curry, onions found to protect against colon cancer
Published August 3 2006
Concepts: onions, colon, quercetin, study, curry

Myth of chiropractic-caused strokes debunked by medical researchers (press release)
Published August 2 2006
Concepts: chiropractic, medical, researchers, medical researchers, strokes

Vitamin D and Flavonoids Examined for Impact on Breast and Ovarian Cancer (press release)
Published July 27 2006
Concepts: cancer, Vitamin D, breast cancer, risk, flavonoids

Researchers Study Whether Cutting Calories May Help You Live Longer (press release)
Published July 27 2006
Concepts: calorie restriction, study, calories, men, researchers

Keep glycemic index of foods low to bolster cardiovascular health, says study
Published July 25 2006
Concepts: diet, glycemic index, cardiovascular, foods, cardiovascular health

Exercise in childhood and adolescence may stave off osteoporosis (press release)
Published July 20 2006
Concepts: bone, exercise, osteoporosis, girls, physical

Tufts researchers are keeping track of vitamin K: Research summary (press release)
Published July 19 2006
Concepts: food, research, vitamin K, foods, men

Ginger causes ovarian cancer cells to die, U-M researchers find (press release)
Published July 18 2006
Concepts: ginger, ovarian cancer, researchers, cancer cells, research

Breast-Cancer Risk Linked to Exposure to Traffic Emissions at Menarche, First Birth (press release)
Published July 18 2006
Concepts: exposure, emissions, risk, traffic, cancer

Prediabetes linked with dementia, Alzheimer's
Published July 17 2006
Concepts: prediabetes, dementia, research, Alzheimer's, blood sugar disorders

Type of Stress, Not Duration, Key to Heart Enlargement (press release)
Published July 17 2006
Concepts: heart, stress, blood, heart enlargement, researchers

Seniors receive health benefits from any type of activity, including household chores
Published July 12 2006
Concepts: seniors, benefits, household, health, health benefits

UC Davis researchers reveal apples' protective ways (press release)
Published July 10 2006
Concepts: apple, researchers, extract, fruits, flavonoids

New Antioxidant May Help Prevent AIDS Dementia (press release)
Published July 10 2006
Concepts: dementia, antioxidant, AIDS, stress, oxidative stress

Heat therapy works as effective painkiller, researchers discover
Published July 5 2006
Concepts: pain, researchers, works, therapy, heat therapy

Good news for menopausal women: You can avoid hot flashes by changing your diet
Published July 3 2006
Concepts: men, hot flashes, soy, estrogen, food

Researchers make vitamin E offshoot a potent cancer killer (press release)
Published July 1 2006
Concepts: cancer, vitamin E, researchers, research, cancer cells

Medical Journals Should Ban Drug Advertisements, Say Researchers (press release)
Published July 1 2006
Concepts: drug, medical, advertisements, medical journals, researchers

Millions squandered in unnecessary tests ordered in routine doctor visits (press release)
Published July 1 2006
Concepts: tests, doctor, men, patients, researchers

More than just genetics: Lifestyle choices impact GI health (press release)
Published June 30 2006
Concepts: men, breakfast, health, patients, research

Researchers determine the top 10 factors that contribute to obesity
Published June 27 2006
Concepts: weight, researchers, people, gain, weight gain

Good news for menopausal women: You can avoid hot flashes by changing your diet
Published June 7 2006
Concepts: men, hot flashes, soy, food, estrogen

Natural breakthrough for blood sugar control: Glucotor supplement clinically proven to reduce blood sugar as well as diabetes drugs, without the side effects
Published June 1 2006
Concepts: 5, study, reduction, sugar, blood

Fraud in medical research: A frightening, all-too-common trend on the rise
Published April 18 2006
Concepts: research, fraud, medical, 5, WHO

Marijuana under attack for causing memory problems, say forgetful drug researchers (satire)
Published April 7 2006
Concepts: drug, Marijuana, memory, researchers, drugs

Human medical experimentation in the United States: The shocking true history of modern medicine and psychiatry (1965-2005)
Published March 6 2006
Concepts: men, man, research, human, 5

Human medical experimentation in the United States: The shocking true history of modern medicine and psychiatry (1833-1965)
Published March 6 2006
Concepts: men, 5, human, experiments, study

Cod Liver Oil: The Number One Superfood
Published February 7 2006
Concepts: oil, liver, cod liver oil, 5, men

Brain health dramatically improved by intake of omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils
Published January 2 2006
Concepts: brain, fat, acid, DHA, omega-3

The truth about medical journals, and how drug companies exert heavy influence over published scientific articles
Published October 3 2005
Concepts: medical, drug, medical journal, medical journals, companies

The great thimerosal cover-up: Mercury, vaccines, autism and your child's health
Published September 22 2005
Concepts: vaccine, mercury, thimerosal, child, vaccines

Psychiatric Drugs: Chemical Warfare on Humans - interview with Robert Whitaker
Published August 27 2005
Concepts: drug, drugs, people, mental, brain

Bone density sharply enhanced by weight training, even in the elderly
Published August 6 2005
Concepts: bone, weight, training, strength, train

Sunlight emerging as proven treatment for breast cancer, prostate cancer and other cancers
Published July 11 2005
Concepts: cancer, Vitamin D, sun, breast cancer, sunlight

DHEA for weight loss: miracle drug or unproven experiment?
Published June 27 2005
Concepts: DHEA, men, hormone, weight, body

White flour contains diabetes-causing contaminant alloxan
Published June 2 2005
Concepts: diabetes, alloxan, white flour, diabetic, insulin

Organized medicine remains ignorant of causes, treatments for prostate cancer
Published April 23 2005
Concepts: osteoporosis, Prostate, cancer, light, organized medicine

Homeopathy breakthrough: homeopathic solutions proven to carry memory of water and exhibit biological effects
Published August 19 2004
Concepts: homeopathy, water, WHO, memory, medicine

More Researchers See Evidence of Plant Life on Mars
Published August 6 2004
Concepts: life, Mars, evidence, researchers, space exploration

Obesity Researchers Lose Sight of the Big Picture While Peering Into Their Microscopes; Modern Science Loses Perspective
Published August 6 2004
Concepts: health, body, modern science, obesity, chemical

Medical researchers remain baffled at attempts to treat obesity with appetite suppressing hormones like PYY
Published August 3 2004
Concepts: appetite, obesity, food, foods, researchers

Medical researchers use infrared LEDs to heal cancer
Published July 13 2004
Concepts: heal, infrared LEDs, medical, medical researchers, infrared light

Drug researchers bastardize nature by using Frankenstein plants to grow pharmaceuticals for profit
Published July 13 2004
Concepts: plants, nature, frankenstein plants, pharmaceuticals, researchers

Researchers use blue light to kill bacteria that cause stomach ulcers
Published July 13 2004
Concepts: light, stomach, bacteria, stomach ulcers, vibrational medicine

Researchers use phytonutrients in spinach to create highly cost-effective solar panels
Published July 6 2004
Concepts: phytonutrients, spinach, researchers, solar panels, renewable energy

Researchers hijack natural anti-cancer compounds in plants to boost pharmaceutical profits
Published January 30 2004
Concepts: researchers, natural, anti-cancer, plants, anti-cancer compounds

It's official: researchers have discovered that low levels of fitness are bad for your health
Published January 17 2004
Concepts: researchers, fitness, medical, people, movement

Researchers are looking in the wrong place for answers to osteoporosis
Published January 17 2004
Concepts: researchers, bone, bones, humans, research

Yet another example of researchers jumping on the "nano" bandwagon.
Published November 6 2003
Concepts: researchers, nanotech, nanotechnology, parts, implants

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