How Solar Activity Is Influencing Human Consciousness
February 28, 2011 | TheUniverse |
Recently we are experiencing an intensive amount of solar activity on the Sun which is affecting both the Earth and Humans. Solar flares can affect the Central Nervous System, all brain activity, along with human behaviour and all psycho-physiological (mental-emotional-physical) response.
The Effects of Meat on Health by Dr Brian Clement
February 28, 2011 | Lifestyle |
Dr Brian Clement from Hippocrates Institute gives insightful commentary on the effects of meat on our health.
Listening to Music Is Biological
February 28, 2011 | Sound |
Our willingness to listen to music is biological trait and related to the neurobiological pathways affecting social affiliation and communication, suggests a recent Finnish study.
Third Hand Smoke May Be a Bigger Health Hazard Than Previously Thought
February 28, 2011 | Toxins |
A new study has suggested that "thirdhand smoke" - the invisible remains of cigarette smoke that deposits on carpeting, clothing, furniture and other surfaces - may be even more of a health hazard than previously thought.
Health Canada Wants Canadians With Weakened Immune Systems To Eat Pasteurized, Dead Foods
February 25, 2011 | GovernmentAbuse |
Earlier last month, Health Canada issued an advisory warning all Canadians with weakened immune systems to make certain they only consume pasteurized foods including hot dogs and deli meats.
Strict Vegan Lifestyle Requires Omega-3 and B12 Supplements To Reduce Health Risks
February 25, 2011 | Lifestyle |
People following a vegan diet may require additional omega-3 and vitamin B12 supplementation to reduce an excess risk of heart disease, according to a new review.
Energy Before Matter
February 25, 2011 | Healing |
Why would anyone consult a homeopath? After all, we have a medical system with a veritable buffet of drugs promising everything from killing bacteria to lowering cholesterol to raising libido to guaranteeing a good night's sleep and technology that can view or test any number of physiological processes to see where we are "normal" or not. But what about chronic diseases that cannot be cured through conventional medicine? Or acute conditions that keep coming back despite rounds of antibiotics or other medications?
Consumption of Fructose While Pregnant or Lactating Changes Glucose Tolerance of Children
February 25, 2011 | Pregnancy |
A segment of populations in most developed nations appear to be genetically predisposed to high blood insulin and triglyceride levels when consuming diets high in carbohydrate causing abnormal glucose tolerance. Reports now indicate that maternal fructose intake may affect a child's endocrinology and glucose tolerance.
Even Minimal Cell Phone Use Can Alter Brain Activity
February 24, 2011 | EMF |
Researchers from the National Institutes of Health have found that less than an hour of cellphone use can speed up brain activity in the area closest to the phone antenna, raising new questions about the health effects of low levels of radiation emitted from cellphones.
Monsanto Shifts ALL Liability to Farmers
February 24, 2011 | GMO |
Farmers like genetically modified (GM) crops because they can plant them, spray them with herbicide and then there is very little maintenance until harvest. Farmers who plant Monsanto's GM crops probably don't realize what they bargain for when they sign the Monsanto Technology Stewardship Agreement contract. One farmer reportedly 'went crazy' when he discovered the scope of the contract because it transfers ALL liability to the farmer or grower.
Scientific Proof: Galactic Energy Has Triggered Worldwide Consciousness Expansion
February 24, 2011 | Consciousness |
Recent solar flares being blasted from the sun are proving to be much more than just random radiation hitting the earth. They are an essential component for our increasing consciousness which is now a scientific certainty.
Junk Science: Study Says Non-Organic Vegetables Grown With Pesticides Contain More Vitamins
February 24, 2011 | JunkScience |
A ridiculous new study suggests that removing artificial chemicals from the food supply will not deliver healthier or more tasty produce and using modern, artificial, chemical infested methods may well be better for you.
The Healing Properties of Marine Plasma
February 24, 2011 | Healing |
Rene Quinton discovered that body cells are surrounded by a liquid, or plasma, which is very similar in its mineral content and degree of concentration to geologically primeval ocean water. After years of research, Quinton was able to pinpoint the ideal geographic locations from which to collect pristine ocean water.
The Secret Powers of the Mind
February 24, 2011 | Consciousness |
Many of us have grown so accustomed to believing that we are at the mercy of external events and other people, that we forget how to use the secret powers of the mind to effect profound change in our own lives.
6 Healthy Foods That Help You Sleep
February 23, 2011 | Sleep |
Should you let yourself have that midnight snack if you're having trouble sleeping and you think hunger might be part of the problem? Here are 6 healthy foods that can actually help you drift off.
Does Your Blood Type Affect Your Health?
February 23, 2011 | HumanBody |
Could your blood type determine your risk of major cancers, infertility and stomach ulcers, as well as diseases such as cholera and malaria?
Learning To Accept What You Can't Change
February 23, 2011 | Consciousness |
As intellectually evolved beings, we constantly analyse all events and endeavour to identify the underlying likely cause. This obsession for a cause extends even to actions or events of a past birth.
10 Facts To Know About Every Baby's Brain
February 23, 2011 | ChildHealth |
Most of them are bald, fat and speak only nonsense. And we couldn't be more fascinated. What is going on inside the infant noggin? Here are 10 facts about the baby's brain every parent should know.
Omega-3s May Prevent Muscle Loss
February 22, 2011 | Prevention |
Daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids may boost the production of muscle protein in older people, and reduce the risk of degenerative muscle loss, suggest data from a new human trial.
Millions of Wildlife Deaths Continue To Stump Officials
February 22, 2011 | Geoengineering |
Public Health Ministry Officials in Kenya are investigating the deaths of millions of aquatic animals, the latest in a string of mysterious animal deaths around the world.
Mainstream Media Reports on Morgellons Disease
February 22, 2011 | Diseases |
There is strong evidence linking Chemtrail aerosol fibers to Morgellons disease. There are more than 10,000 families who report that they suffer from Morgellons, but it is believed that the actual number may be much higher. Although the reports have been scarce, the mainstream media has indeed given some air time to this health issue as evident in the following compilation.
A Better Way To Detect and Treat Pneumonia Naturally
February 22, 2011 | Nutrition |
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have created a new sampling device that could prevent untold numbers of people worldwide from dying of pneumonia each year.
Boost Your Brain: 8 Ways To Keep Your Mind In Top Form
February 21, 2011 | MentalHealth |
If you don't want your brain to lose its prowess as you age, it's important to follow lifestyle tips that will improve and even advance your brain's coping mechanisms.
Your Emotional Response Predicts How Your Body Responds To Stress
February 21, 2011 | MentalHealth |
Your emotional response to challenging situations could predict how your body responds to stress, according to research published this month in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.
Negative Thoughts Stop Painkillers In Their Tracks
February 18, 2011 | Perspective |
A patient's belief that a drug will not work can become a self fulfilling prophecy, according to researchers.
Exposed: Drinking Water Contains Chinese Industrial Fluoride
February 18, 2011 | Toxins |
A shocking report clearly demonstrates that fluoride being added to water supplies is industrial and not natural.
Solar Flares Targeting Earth
February 18, 2011 | TheUniverse |
The biggest solar flare in four years has blasted out from the sun, and was expected to reach Earth late last night.
First Evidence That Skeleton Plays a Role in Male Fertility
February 18, 2011 | Fertility |
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have discovered that the skeleton acts as a regulator of fertility in male mice through a hormone released by bone, known as osteocalcin.
Australian "Ethicist" Says We Should Only Breed Smart Babies
February 17, 2011 | Fertility |
Furthering the philosophies of eugenicists and modern "designer baby" emulators, an Australian ethicist has advocated genetically screening embryos to create superior "designer babies" with higher IQs.
Invasive Male Contraception Techniques May Destroy Fertility Potential
February 17, 2011 | Fertility |
With grave consequences for both humans and wildlife, scientific research from around the world has already established that a host of common man-made chemicals is feminizing males of every class of vertebrate animals, from fish to mammals, including people. New methods of man-made contraception such as ultrasound blasters and male injections are adding fuel to this fire further degrading the potential of human fertility.
Broader Psychological Impact of Corexit and BP Oil Spill Evident in Nearby Communities
February 17, 2011 | Pollution |
Besides the catastrophic damage to the environment and gulf loop current which will undoubtedly assist in the development of the coming ice age, the spill also caused significant psychological impact even to local nearby communities not directly touched by oil.
Do Your Genes or Lifestyle Matter Most?
February 17, 2011 | Lifestyle |
If you're searching for a plan to improve your cardiovascular health, then exercise and a healthy diet may be just what the doctor will order...but will it really make a difference if you have a family history of heart attack and stroke? Is the diet mightier than the gene, or isn't it?
New Evidence Suggests Energy Saving Bulbs Can Trigger Breast Cancer
February 16, 2011 | EMF |
Previous research has shown that energy saving compact fluorescent lights (CFL) can emit dangerous ultraviolet and electromagnetic pollution at levels that may cause devasting health effects on some people. Now, new evidence suggests that CFLs disrupt the body's production of the hormone melatonin and increasing breast cancer rates.
Chakras and The Sound of Health
February 16, 2011 | Sound |
When physiotherapy, yoga and painkillers failed, A mirror reader took to sound therapy to fight her spondylitis problem. She recounts her experience
Zinc Reduces The Burden of The Common Cold
February 16, 2011 | Healing |
Zinc supplements reduce the severity and duration of illness caused by the common cold, according to a systematic review published in The Cochrane Library. The findings could help reduce the amount of time lost from work and school due to colds.
Why Almost Everything You Hear About Medicine Is Wrong
February 16, 2011 | JunkHealthcare |
If you follow the news about health research, you risk whiplash. First garlic lowers bad cholesterol, then-after more study-it doesn't. Hormone replacement reduces the risk of heart disease in postmenopausal women, until a huge study finds that it doesn't. But what if wrong answers aren't the exception but the rule? More and more scholars who scrutinize health research are now making that claim.
Health Freedom: Teetering on the Brink
February 15, 2011 | Freedom |
The state of health freedom in present-day Canada could probably best be described by how a dart board feels on league night, as multiple threats converge on what remains of our ability to choose our own medicine.
High Cholesterol Is NOT a Disease
February 15, 2011 | BigPharma |
Oh...to live in one of the world richest countries. It's so hard. Poor us. We have so many terrible risks we face every day...like clean water, ample food supplies, and not enough of us are taking statins.
Lavender Oil Combats Fungal Infections Without The Side Effects of Drugs
February 15, 2011 | Healing |
Oral and injectable forms of antifungal medications can cause life-threatening side effects. Scientists from the University of Coimbra in Portugal have found that Lavender oil could be used to combat common fungal infections without the risk of side effects.
Anthocyanins Found In Foods Such As Blueberries and Cherries May Reduce Parkinson's Risk
February 15, 2011 | Antioxidants |
A diet rich in anthocyanins may help lower the risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to a new study.
Canada Endorses GMO Foods For Export Despite Rejections By Their Biggest Market Potential
February 14, 2011 | GMO |
Despite the fact that 233 consumer and farmer groups in 26 countries have joined the "Definitive Global Rejection of GM Wheat", Canadian MPs voted Wednesday evening to reject stronger export rules for crops of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
When it Comes To Eggs, The Last Thing You Need To Worry About Is Cholesterol
February 14, 2011 | Nutrition |
For years, this misunderstood food -- low in calories, high in vitamins (D, B12, folic acid), and nearly perfect in protein -- was shunned. The fact is, if you're sizing up your breakfast options and fancy going to work on an egg, there's no need to hold back.
The Wisdom of Uncertainty
February 14, 2011 | Consciousness |
Life's uncertainty makes constant demands on everyone's coping mechanisms. They are basically two ways to cope with uncertainty - acceptance and resistance. Acceptance means that you allow events to unfold around you and react to them spontaneously, without suppression. Resistance means that you try to change events from what they really are and react to them with familiar, safe responses.
The Miracle of Ozone Therapy
February 14, 2011 | Healing |
Ozone is probably one of the most miraculous healing therapies available on our planet at this time. Through its oxygenating power, it successfully treats and cures a wide range of serious degenerative conditions including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, liver, and kidney disease.
Hogwash Alert: One Flu Shot To Protect All Humans From All Flu Strains For Ten Years?
February 11, 2011 | Vaccines |
The epitome of pseudoscientific research has just been raised a notch by influenza scientists. The claim which was recently brought to light earlier this year in lesser known publications, has now made its way to mainstream media to further infect the masses with a different brand of hogwash. According to the infinite wisdom of scientists at Oxford's Jenner Institute, they have outsmarted the flu virus with what they claim is a universal flu vaccine. One flu shot to protect all humans against all known flu strains for up to ten years.
Biased Pharma Funded Researcher Says Supplements Don't Work, Stick To Pharmaceuticals
February 11, 2011 | JunkJournalism |
Slimming supplements are an ineffective weight loss method, a biased researcher has found after scanning the literature in the area.
Denture Glue Causes Nerve Damage
February 11, 2011 | Toxins |
The makers of Fixodent are being sued over allegations that the popular denture adhesive causes nerve damage.
Exercise Helps Accelerates Learning in Children
February 11, 2011 | ChildHealth |
Regular exercise improves the ability of overweight, previously inactive children to think, plan and even do math, Georgia Health Sciences University researchers report.
The Great Extra Virgin Olive Oil Hoax
February 10, 2011 | JunkFood |
Scientists at UC Davis went shopping at local supermarkets and brought back 14 of the country's most popular imported brands to their labs for analysis. Incredibly, they found that 69 percent of the imported extra virgin olive oils they tested were fake, adulterated, stale, or so subpar that they failed to meet international and USDA standards for being labeled "extra virgin."
I hope, I believe, I know
February 10, 2011 | Consciousness |
Children are too young to understand that their parents are just as confused as they are. But the answers are given and for a time they suffice: If Grandma went to Heaven to be with Grandpa, a child will sleep better and feel less sad. When you grow up, however, the same questions return.
Diet Soda Linked To Stroke Risk
February 10, 2011 | Toxins |
Diet soda drinkers are probably doing their waistlines a favor, but may also be boosting their risk of having a stroke, according to research released by researchers from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
Why You Can Now Kiss Organic Beef, Dairy and Many Vegetables Goodbye
February 10, 2011 | GMO |
Monsanto has been trying for years to gain approval for its genetically modified Roundup-Ready alfalfa seed. On January 27, 2011, it finally got the green light in the form of "deregulation." This means that farmers are free to plant GE alfalfa, and the USDA won't even be keeping track of who plants it where.
Calgary Gets Smart: Third Largest City in Canada Removing Fluoride From Its Water Supply
February 9, 2011 | Toxins |
Calgary city council has voted 10-3 in favour of removing fluoride from the city's drinking water.
Why Plants Are Better Than Drugs
February 9, 2011 | Lifestyle |
When a plant shows bioactivity in humans, we must attribute that effect to a single, predominant compound in the plant. We label that the "active principle," isolate it, synthesize it, and make a pharmaceutical out of it. Then, typically, we forget about the plant. We don't study any of the other compounds in it or their complex interactions. But the fact is, the natural, whole plant often has both benefits and safety that put the isolated compounds to shame.
4 Alarming Facts About Sitting
February 9, 2011 | Lifestyle |
A recent study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology links excessive sitting time with increased risk of dying. The study also concluded that whether you exercise or not makes little difference.
Calcium Counteracts Effects of Fat Uptake
February 9, 2011 | YourWeight |
Calcium in dairy products could counteract the effect dairy fat has in raising total and LDL cholesterol levels, according to a new Danish study.
Children Who Eat More Chips, Cookies and Pizza Before Age 3 Have Lower IQ Five Years Later
February 8, 2011 | JunkFood |
Toddlers fed a diet of junk food can suffer lasting damage to their brainpower, researchers warn.
What Else Lowers Stress Hormones, Increases Immune Activity, and Lowers Cholesterol?
February 8, 2011 | Lifestyle |
Most of us think that the only way to lower stress, cholesterol and blood pressure is diet and a great exercise program. You won't believe what else has the same effect.
Are Some People Genetically Programmed To Be Negative and Miserable?
February 8, 2011 | MentalHealth |
Researchers discovered that levels of a molecule called neuropeptide Y (NPY) directly relates to whether we have a "glass half empty" or "glass half full" attitude towards life.
What Most Doctors Don't Discuss About Clogged Arteries
February 8, 2011 | JunkHealthcare |
To most people, clogged arteries mean increased risk of experiencing a heart attack or stroke. Often, getting diagnosed with partially occluded arteries leads to a prescription for cholesterol-lowering medication or invasive procedures like an angioplasty or bypass surgery.
Is Chocolate A Super Fruit?
February 7, 2011 | Antioxidants |
It is widely known that fruit contains antioxidants which may be beneficial to health. New research published in the open access journal Chemistry Central Journal demonstrates that chocolate is a rich source of antioxidants and contains more polyphenols and flavanols than fruit juice.
Expectations Speed Up Conscious Perception
February 7, 2011 | Consciousness |
The human brain works incredibly fast. However, visual impressions are so complex that their processing takes several hundred milliseconds before they enter our consciousness.
Your Exercise Capacity is Largely Inherited
February 7, 2011 | Fitness |
Voluntary activity, such as daily exercise, is a highly heritable trait that can be passed down genetically to successive generations, according to biologists at the University of California, Riverside.
Magnesium Plays a Critical Role In Stabilizing Blood Sugar
February 7, 2011 | Diabetes |
Low magnesium status may exacerbate the symptoms of type 2 diabetes by further influencing insulin status, according to new research.
Why Glutathione Presents No Benefit To The Human Body in Supplement Form
February 4, 2011 | Antioxidants |
A flury of manufacturers and multi-level marketers have jumped on the glutathione bandwagon in the last few years. The objective was to promote a powerful antioxidant to the masses which is integral in ridding the body of harmful substances. The problem is, this non-essential nutrient is absolutely useless as a supplement.
Medical Journal Becomes The First In The World To Ban Drug Ads
February 4, 2011 | JunkScience |
An Australian medical journal has become one of the first in the world to ban drug company adverts, and it is calling on other journal editors to follow suit.
Metabolic Typing May Be The Future of Personalized Nutrition
February 4, 2011 | Nutrition |
Personalized nutrition - seen by many as the future of nutrition - may take a step closer as scientists apply the metabolomics approach to identify individual metabolic 'types'.
Want More Efficient Endurance in Your Muscles? Eat Green Leafy Veggies
February 4, 2011 | Nutrition |
After taking a small dose of inorganic nitrate for three days, healthy people consume less oxygen while riding an exercise bike. A new study in the February issue of Cell Metabolism traces that improved performance to increased efficiency of the mitochondria that power our cells.
Does Coffee Boost A Woman's Brainpower?
February 3, 2011 | Antioxidants |
Next time you have a high-pressure meeting at work, keep an eye on what goes into your colleagues' cups.
Self Control is Contagious
February 3, 2011 | Consciousness |
Watching or even thinking about someone with good self-control makes others more likely exert self-control, say researchers.
The Gulf Tragedy and Biological Contamination
February 3, 2011 | GovernmentAbuse |
While natural viruses and bacteria respect species barriers, the storm of artificial genetics created by synthetic biology engineers - in order to eliminate the flow of crude oil and gasses in the Gulf of Mexico - are actually designed to cross species barriers.
7 Foods That Should Never Cross Your Lips
February 3, 2011 | Toxins |
There are far more foods that should never cross your lips, but here's an excellent analysis of at least 7 of them.
Studies Demonstrate The More Educated You Are, The Less Chance You Will Vaccinate
February 2, 2011 | Vaccines |
More educated parents are less likely to vaccinate, which contradicts the misconceptions of many health professionals who profess that parents don't vaccinate because they are under-educated, poor or misinformed.
Genetically Modified Rice Now On Its Way To Fields in Several Countries
February 2, 2011 | GMO |
Rice is a staple food in much of Asia. For thousands of years, farmers have been cultivating and breeding rice. Biotech companies are now looking to make profits at the expense of health by using genetic engineering to alter the breeding objectives in several countries.
Is the Key to Beating Diabetes and Cholesterol Growing in Your Yard?
February 2, 2011 | YourWeight |
Money may not grow on trees, but apparently a powerful cholesterol, obesity, and insulin sensitivity fighter does.
Sleeping Enhances Memory -- But Only The Important Stuff
February 2, 2011 | Memory |
While we doze, our brain busily squirrels away memories. But not just any memories - it turns out that during sleep the brain specifically preserves nuggets of thought it previously tagged as important.
Calcium, Vitamin D For Breakfast Significantly Increases Metabolism and Fat Burning
February 1, 2011 | YourWeight |
Consuming high levels of vitamin D and calcium for breakfast may increase fat oxidation rates and energy burning during the course of the day, says a new study from Australia.
Art of Healing: Illustrations Reveal Old Tibetan Medicine
February 1, 2011 | Alternative |
A drawing of a colorful tree, with the Medicine Buddha wedged above its leaves, seems more art than medicine. But this whimsical diagram provided guidance for Tibetan doctors more than 300 years ago.
Learning To Love Your Anger
February 1, 2011 | Lifestyle |
Most of us would rather clean a bathroom with a cotton swab than sit down for an honest airing of angry feelings -- yours or anyone else's. This is common and understandable, because anger can be ugly, upsetting and destructive... but that's because it's misunderstood.
Combine Sprouts and Supplements To Boost Broccoli's Anti-Cancer Properties
February 1, 2011 | Antioxidants |
A new University of Illinois study provides convincing evidence that the way you prepare and consume your broccoli matters, and also suggests that teaming broccoli with broccoli sprouts may make the vegetable's anti-cancer effect almost twice as powerful.