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Message From The Gyre: Do We Have The Courage To Face The Realities of Our Time?
April 30, 2012 | Pollution | Editor
A century ago, the first plastic based on a synthetic polymer was invented. From that moment onward, a new kind of pollutant entered the sea; one that took another century or more to degrade.The MIDWAY media project is a powerful visual journey into the heart of an astonishingly symbolic environmental tragedy being caused by plastic pollution. With photographer Chris Jordan as our guide, we walk through the fire of horror and grief, facing the immensity of this tragedy--and our own complicity--head on. And in this process, we find an unexpected route to a transformational experience of beauty, acceptance, and understanding.

15 Superfoods For a Slimmer Body: Their Health Advisories and Facts on Weight Loss
April 30, 2012 | Antioxidants | N.Longo
Nature provides all you need to slim down and achieve that healthy body you've always wanted. Not only are these superfoods proven pound melters, but they are also key ingredients to your well being. No need for fad diets or special supplements--eating these foods will help you restore your body's ability to use energy and become your healthy weight naturally.

Landmark Rebuttal on 'No Parent Should Be Able To Opt-Out on Vaccines'
April 30, 2012 | Vaccines | E.Dannemann
Dr. Paul G. King, vaccine specialist and long time adviser to the National Coalition of Organized Women (NCOW) has once again brilliantly rebutted another outrageous editorial (Baltimore Sun) from a CDC brain washed, John Hopkins award winning, up and coming hope-to-be pediatrician and public health authority whose intention in this editorial is to stimulate and expand the current, already audacious medico/fascist philosophy of our nearly fictionalized “free” nation.

Psychiatrist Wants All Unruly Kids Labeled As Having Mental Disorders
April 30, 2012 | JunkHealthcare | M.Torres
It's a sign of the times where the medicalization of almost every human behavior is being documented, labeled and categorized as some type of illness or 'disorder.' A psychiatrist who heads the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) wants to broaden the definition of children with mental illness so that unruly and badly behaved kids will soon be diagnosed as having mental disorders.

Top 10 Chemicals Causing Autism and Neurotoxicity
April 27, 2012 | Toxins | D.Mihalovic
One thing is certain...autism is partially caused by toxicity. We don't know the exact mechanism that takes place, neither the physical environment nor precise genetic and environmental triggers that create autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but we can correctly and directly identify chemicals as a causative factor leading to neurotoxicity which precedes ASD. Ten specific chemicals found in consumer products are suspected to contribute to autism and learning disabilities.

Fertility Drugs More Than Double Chances of Children Developing Cancer
April 27, 2012 | Fertility | Editor
Fertility drugs can more than double the chances of children born to mothers who struggle to get pregnant developing lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common type, a study has shown.

How The Orchestrators of Choice Make You Believe In The Illusion of Food Branding
April 26, 2012 | JunkFood | N.Longo
We interrupt your regularly scheduled grocery shopping to bring you a stark reality of the food industry. Ten major companies control what you buy, how you buy it and where you buy it. A growing consumer base is slowly beginning to shun food industry giants and their products who insist on using toxic chemicals in more than 99% of their foods.

Constantly Tired? Here Are 10 Herbs To Increase Energy, Vitality, And Adaptability
April 26, 2012 | Herbs | J.Summerly
How difficult is it for us to achieve a work-life balance? How much more difficult is it to achieve a life-energy balance? And does it not seem that there are never enough hours in the day to achieve any balance at all? You're not alone. Your days may seem that way, but in truth the balance is always there, always available and always achievable. That doesn't mean it isn't difficult, but a few ancient herbal formulas will certainly help you achieve the balance you never thought possible. Skip your daily sugar boost, coffee or red bull because in the long-term they will always let you down. Adaptogenic herbs will give you sustained energy and vitality while allowing your mind to think freely, calmly and without excessive stimulation.

Your Mother's Exposure To This Common Pollutant May Have Tripled Your Risk of Gaining Weight, Increased Waist Size
April 26, 2012 | Toxins | Editor
Women exposed while in the womb to low levels of a common pollutant used in stain repellents and non-stick pans are three times as likely to gain more weight and have large waists as young adults than women less exposed during development. This is the first time that this chemical, known as PFOA, has been linked to obesity in humans.

Talk To Yourself Much? It Benefits Thinking and Perception Say Researchers
April 26, 2012 | MentalHealth | A.McCarthy
We may have to stop judging that strange man at the bus stop or subway who is always talking to himself. New research says that those who can’t seem to keep their inner monologues inside their heads are actually more likely to stay on task, remain focused better and show improved perception capabilities.

Exposing Kashi Cereal For The Poison That It Is
April 25, 2012 | Toxins | N.Longo
There is an established misconception among consumers that natural or even organic labeling means more nutritious and less toxic ingredients. This is not always the case and breakfast cereals are no exception. The Kashi brand is owned by Kellogg Company, one of the largest breakfast cereal makers in the world. The ownership base of Kashi is still not widely recognized or common knowledge, especially since the Kashi website continues to paint a picture of being a small company. Investigations into Kashi cereals show deceiving claims after their breakfast products were found to be riddled with genetically modified (GM) and pesticide loaded ingredients.

Can Your Smile Predict How Long You Will Live?
April 25, 2012 | HumanBody | R.Gutman
Ron Gutman reviews a raft of studies about smiling, and reveals some surprising results. Did you know your smile can be a predictor of how long you'll live -- and that a simple smile has a measurable effect on your overall well-being? Prepare to flex a few facial muscles as you learn more about this evolutionarily contagious behavior.

Are Families That Eat Together The Healthiest?
April 25, 2012 | Lifestyle | Editor
"Come and get it!" A phrase historically proclaiming that the communal meal is ready, is heard all too infrequently among contemporary households, especially as children get older. Indeed, over 40% of the typical American food budget is spent on eating out, with family meals often being relegated to holidays and special occasions. Aside from negative effects on the family budget, eating out has been shown to be generally associated with poor food choices and bad health. Of particular interest to public health experts is growing scientific evidence that fewer family meals may translate to increased obesity risk and poor nutritional status, especially among children.

Physicians Being Trained With User-Friendly Guide To Deal With Anti-Vaccine Parents
April 24, 2012 | Vaccines | D.Mihalovic
Parents who wish to opt-out from mandatory vaccination schedules at their doctor's office will soon be labeled as anti-vaccine parents in need of further enlightenment. The Clinician's Guide to the Anti-Vaccinationists' Galaxy, is being published online this month in the journal Human Immunology and will attempt to address and convince anti-vaccine parents that their misconceptions about vaccinations are based on myths.

Increased Vitamin D Intake Reduces Alzheimer's Risk
April 24, 2012 | Sunlight | Editor
People with higher intakes of vitamin D may be at a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, suggests new data from France.

The New Paradigm: Moving From 'Service To Self' to 'Service To Life'
April 24, 2012 | Consciousness | M.Forrester
Among the most destructive of human qualities that has influenced, shaped and guided the world is the path of 'service to self'. The thirst for power, control and insatiable greed has put humanity on a path that has distanced itself light years away (figuratively speaking) from its divine and loving nature. There was a reason for this, as there is a reason for every single thing that happens in the universe. The lesson you are all learning will eventually lead the world from the old paradigm of 'service to self' to the new paradigm 'service to life'. If you thought the old paradigm was powerful, wait until you see what the new paradigm will accomplish on the opposite side of the spectrum.

Nurses Are Are Losing Faith In Vaccines, Becoming Distrustful of Health Authorities
April 23, 2012 | Vaccines | D.Mihalovic
It's music to my ears and and a symphony to my soul. Nurses may finally be coming around and grasping the gravity of how vaccines are damaging our bodies. A study in Vaccine shows that nurses trust in health authorities and vaccination is at an all time low following the H1N1 flu pandemic that was ultimately proven to be a hoax.

New Research Reveals The Unique Protective Effects of Avocado Oil
April 23, 2012 | Nutrition | Editor
As a culinary oil, avocado oil compares well with olive oil, and like olive oil, it is one of the few edible oils not derived from seeds. However, the unique protective effects of avocado oil against free radicals in mitochondria are truly outstanding and may effectively reduce chronic degenerative diseases in those who incorporate this amazing oil into their diet.

Canadian Researchers Studying Anti-Cancer Potential of Dandelion Tea and Extract
April 23, 2012 | Herbs | D.Mihalovic
These are the types of updates that give those of us in the natural health industry a smile from ear to ear. Canadian researchers in Windsor, Ontario have received funding to study the effectiveness of dandelion root extract and its anti-cancer potential. It marks another opportunity for researchers to move away from the pharmaceutical platform involving toxic chemotherapy and radiation and focus more on natural remedies, which often incorporate the most powerful healing strategies in the long-term without side effects.

Scientists To Soon Create Unlimited Supply of Humans In The Lab
April 22, 2012 | Fertility | K.Bergman
The first human eggs grown from human stem cells could be fertilized with human sperm cells later this year, potentially adding one more peg in the ladder toward reproduction sans human interaction. In this case it would entirely bypass a woman's donation of her eggs. But it could also turn stem cells into an infinite loop, of egg cells into embryos into stem cells, and on and on, in a fractal-like repetition of reproduction.

Trouble Sleeping? Try These Cherries
April 22, 2012 | Sleep | Editor
Researchers say that if you are struggling with sleep problems, Central Otago cherries could be just the bedtime remedy.

Which Side of Your Face Presents A Greater Intensity of Emotion?
April 22, 2012 | HumanBody | Editor
Your best side may be your left cheek, according to a new study by Kelsey Blackburn and James Schirillo from Wake Forest University in the US. Their work shows that images of the left side of the face are perceived and rated as more pleasant than pictures of the right side of the face, possibly due to the fact that we present a greater intensity of emotion on the left side of our face.

The Reality of Chemical Terrorism In Our Food
April 20, 2012 | Toxins | M.Torres
Is it really that hard for most people to believe that we are being assaulted on a daily basis by chemical terrorism? Genetically modified foods, artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, emulsifiers, and sweeteners all made with toxic chemicals, all of which are proven toxic to human health. We are being bombarded on a daily basis by an astronomical level of toxicity, all controlled by these chemical terrorists on behalf of the food industry. Worse is we let them.

Be What You Want To Be: It's Time To Be Free
April 20, 2012 | Consciousness | P.Vaidyanathan
Mention the word "freedom" and almost every person on earth would wholeheartedly agree that freedom is a necessity. What most of us mean by this is freedom from something or freedom to do something. Children are always looking for opportunities to get free of rules laid down by their parents. Adults want more freedom in their relationships, while older people want freedom from disease, insecurities and loneliness. But what is true freedom?

Nagging: One Motivational Tool Which May Just Work
April 20, 2012 | Lifestyle | Editor
You may not feel like thanking your family and friends who insist that you need to get fit, but a new sport psychology study shows such nagging does work.

IV Vitamin C: A Powerful Healing Tool The FDA Wants Banned
April 19, 2012 | Antioxidants | D.Mihalovic
You know you're doing something right for your health when the FDA starts prohibiting it. Intravenous (IV) vitamin C is a very power healing tool that can prevent dozens of diseases without any side effects. The treatment is so effective, it can even kill cancer.

A Natural, Cheap and Effective Water Purifier For The World: Sunlight and Lime
April 19, 2012 | Water | Editor
It's one way to solve the global water crisis, but it's also an inexpensive and effective way to quickly improve the quality of your drinking water anywhere. According to a team of researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, sunlight and a pinch of lime might do the trick. Researchers found that adding lime juice to water that is treated with a solar disinfection method removed detectable levels of harmful bacteria such E. coli significantly faster than solar disinfection alone.

How To Break The Life Cycle of Head Lice In 7 Days
April 19, 2012 | Prevention | M.Dugan
Natural remedies are often more beneficial than chemical treatments for head lice, a type of parasitic insect that lives on the scalp and feeds on its host's blood. Spread by close contact with other people, head lice are especially common among school children. Here's how to completely break the life cycle of lice in 7 days.

Our Food Industry In 8 Words: We Think We Can Do Better Than Nature
April 18, 2012 | Sustainability | M.Torres
The problem with our food industry and big agriculture goes far beyond foods which are genetically modified, irradiated, pasteurized, homogenized, enriched, refined, toxically preserved, or grown with antimicrobials, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or any other "cide." The problem is actually in our minds and how we think about food and nature itself. We are filled with knowledge but no wisdom. We think we can do better than nature. We think we can outsmart nature. Most of all, we think there will never be consequences to our superiority complexes in how we treat nature. Nature just waits patiently, until the day comes when she opens the door and decides to cleanse the earth and show the human species who is the smartest one of all. Nature is knocking...can you hear her?

If You Are A Positive Person, You Are Protecting Your Cardiovascular Health
April 18, 2012 | Prevention | Editor
Over the last few decades numerous studies have shown negative states, such as depression, anger, anxiety, and hostility, to be detrimental to cardiovascular health. Less is known about how positive psychological characteristics are related to heart health. In the first and largest systematic review on this topic to date, Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers found that positive psychological well-being appears to reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events.

Multivitamins Proven To Boost Brain Function Say UK Researchers
April 18, 2012 | Antioxidants | Editor
Taking a multivitamin supplement daily can improve cognitive performance in both children and adults, say UK researchers.

Student's Experiment Shows How Microwaved Water Kills Plants After Just Days
April 17, 2012 | EMF | M.Torres
It is shocking to see how many people still use and continue to buy this very dangerous appliance. If you still use a microwave, you may want to reconsider after a secondary school student shows in a very simple home experiment how microwaved water kills plants.

Commercially Available Baby Food Falls Short On Vital Minerals and Micro-Nutrients
April 17, 2012 | ChildHealth | Editor
Commercially available baby foods may contain less that 20% of the recommended levels of many minerals and micro-nutrients, according to new research that suggests industry should be doing more to improve the nutritive value of foods infants.

Fascinating New Research on Meditation and Brain Health
April 17, 2012 | MentalHealth | I.Eliaz
When it comes to achieving total wellness, there are many factors to consider, but most of us don't think of meditation as being important in maintaining physical vitality. It's time to pay attention to the many scientists who have been reporting fascinating research on meditation and how it benefits the brain.

Why It's Especially Significant To Increase Your Metabolism In The Next 12 Months
April 16, 2012 | DNA | M.Forrester
If you're thinking about increasing your metabolism or embarking on a fitness regime, the next 12 months may be the best time in the history of our species. Our ever evolving consciousness is accelerating rapidly and the next year will serve as the optimal platform to expand mind, body and soul. Our DNA is changing and increasing your resting metabolic rate will steadily improve transmitting and receiving frequencies to help you adapt to these changes.

When Your Country Demands You Have No Right To Teach Your Children, It's Time To Leave
April 16, 2012 | GovernmentAbuse | A.McCarthy
Many nations are increasing pressure on parents who wish to homeschool children causing a firestorm of debate on human rights. Sweden has become a model for other nations wishing to remove parental rights and maintain control of children's education in the hands of the government. The result is causing parents to flee to other countries or bring cases to international courts to protect religious and parental rights in what is quickly becoming a fascist Swedish government.

Why You Need To Add Mangoes On Your Grocery Your List
April 16, 2012 | Antioxidants | Editor
Not only do they taste great, but mangoes are also loaded with several qualities that are excellent for your health. Their powerful antioxidants are known to neutralize free radicals that cause damage to cells and lead to health problems like heart disease, premature aging and cancer among other things.

Vitamin C Supplements Reduce Blood Pressure Without Side Effects Associated With Medication
April 15, 2012 | Antioxidants | N.Longo
A new study released in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that taking vitamin C supplements in the short-term reduces both systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) all without any side effects making it an excellent natural alternative to dangerous medications.

20 Percent of Chickens From Supermarkets Carry Salmonella
April 15, 2012 | Toxins | Editor
One in five chickens sold in supermarkets carries the bug behind most cases of food poisoning. An investigation found that campylobacter and listeria have both been found in was what considered fresh chicken in major grocery retailers.

Caution Advised In Using Imported Traditional Chinese Medicines
April 15, 2012 | Toxins | Editor
Researchers at Murdoch University have used new DNA sequencing technology to reveal the animal and plant composition of traditional Chinese medicines (TCMs). Some of the TCM samples tested contained potentially toxic plant ingredients, allergens, and traces of endangered animals.

Researchers Say People With High Levels of Worry and Anxiety Have Higher IQs
April 13, 2012 | MentalHealth | M.Torres
Worry warts may have something to talk about at the water cooler now. To be human is to worry -- about finances, your children's health, work, even whether you remembered to unplug the iron when you go on vacation. According to scientists at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, worrying may have evolved along with intelligence as a beneficial trait according to their research.

Surprising Study Finds Alcohol Sharpens The Mind On Specific Tasks
April 13, 2012 | HumanBody | M.Holehouse
It's definitely no reason to start drinking alcohol, but scientists have found that men who drink two pints of beer before tackling brain teasers perform better than those who attempt the riddles sober. There is a relatively logical explanation as to why this occurs.

Busting 8 Pregnancy Myths
April 13, 2012 | Pregnancy | Editor
There is, arguably, more superstition surrounding pregnancy than any other so-called "medical condition." To separate fact from fiction, we examined the science behind the hearsay.

A Very Simple Tip To Gauge How Healthy Your Ice Cream Is By Just Looking At It
April 12, 2012 | Toxins | Editor
Most ice creams bought at conventional grocery retailers are filled with a slew of toxic ingredients. These include a variety of emulsifiers which prevent the ice cream from destabilizing. Here's one trick to look out for that will give you a good indication of emulsifier and stabilizer loads and toxic ingredients.

The Truth About Alkalizing Your Blood
April 12, 2012 | HumanBody | B.Kim
Is it true that the foods and beverages you consume cause your blood to become more alkaline or acidic? Contrary to popular hype, the answer is: not to any significant degree. Here's why.

Nurture vs. Nature: Are People Genetically Programmed To Be Nice or Mean?
April 12, 2012 | DNA | Editor
Is human kindness evoked by something besides mom’s good example. Research by psychologists at the University at Buffalo and the University of California, Irvine, has found that at least part of the reason some people are kind and generous is because their genes nudge them toward it.

Fad Diets Are Out - Eaters For Health Who Focus On Non-GMO, Organic and Toxic-Free Foods Are In
April 11, 2012 | Lifestyle | N.Longo
A wave of highly informed seekers of clean and healthy food is taking over the information highway and leaving yo-yo and fad dieting methods in the dust. They are representing a new generation of educated consumers who seek not only to maintain a healthy body, but supercharge their longevity and well-being with foods which are free of toxins and genetically modified organisms (GMO). They do not necessarily fall into any specific category whether vegetarian, fishetarian, vegan, raw or any other known pattern. They're simply interested in eating clean, fresh, unadulterated foods that agree with both their palate and physiology.

The World As It Could Be If We Only Stand Together
April 11, 2012 | Consciousness | E.Dahl
The world is a beautiful place and generally people’s hearts are good. On the other hand many live their lives amassing fortunes - helping others is the furthest from their minds. Institutionalized thinking distances the individual from human compassion as societies’ liberties become erased through the legislation of impersonal laws; the human factor is never considered. Domination is achieved through fear and intimidation. Our Canadian and US governments are prime examples.

Personality, Habits of Thought and Gender Influence How We Remember
April 11, 2012 | Memory | Editor
We all have them -- positive memories of personal events that are a delight to recall, and painful recollections that we would rather forget. A new study reveals that what we do with our emotional memories and how they affect us has a lot to do with our gender, personality and the methods we use (often without awareness) to regulate our feelings.

The Obsessed Culture of Lowering Cholesterol May Actually Be Causing Cancer
April 10, 2012 | JunkScience | M.Torres
We have become a culture so obsessed with eating foods low in cholesterol and fat that many health experts are now questioning the consequences. Could we really maintain a dietary lifestyle that was so foreign to many of our ancestral populations without any ill effects on our health? Many researchers are now concluding that the answer to that question is "NO." Current data is now suggesting that lower cholesterol levels predate the development of cancer.

Glutamate Overload Is Slowly Destroying The Minds Of Our Children
April 10, 2012 | Toxins | A.McCarthy
We are saturated with glutamate. It's everywhere. It's in vaccines, medicine, foods, spices, household stain removers and elsewhere. It's extremely dangerous for aging brains and very young brains. Yet, we are exposed to dangerous "free glutamate" everywhere we go and it is slowly but surely destroying the minds of younger generations.

Why A Cold Shower Is More Beneficial For Your Health Than a Warm One
April 10, 2012 | Water | Editor
Most people cringe at the thought of a cold shower. Just a glance at the many polar bear clubs dipping themselves into freezing water can make even those resistant to cold turn their heads away. However, the sporadic research that has been done suggests that regular exposure to cold water (via showers, baths or swims) may have some incredible health benefits.

Eating These 3 Superfoods Can Make You Look and Feel Decades Younger
April 9, 2012 | Antioxidants | N.Longo
Superfoods are naturally occurring foods with high concentrations of nutrients, antioxidants, enzymes, amino acids, and other compounds to protect and repair damage to our cells. Some of these superfoods are backed by over 4000 studies, boost metabolism, have more digestible protein than beef and 11 times more calcium than a cup of cow's milk.

Sea Buckthorn Leaf Extract Protects Against Oxidative Damage And Boosts Exercise Capacity
April 9, 2012 | Antioxidants | Editor
Extracts from the leaves of the sea buckthorn plant may boost exercise capacity and protect against oxidative damage caused by excessive exercise, suggests new data.

Researchers Discover Powerful Link Between Circadian Rhythms and Metabolism
April 9, 2012 | Sleep | A.McCarthy
The discovery of a major gear in the biological clock that tells the body when to sleep and metabolize food is leading to a new understanding on metabolic disorders, including diabetes.

Researchers Publish First Public Database On Food Fraud
April 8, 2012 | Toxins | Editor
In new research published in the April Journal of Food Science, analyses of the first known public database compiling reports on food fraud and economically motivated adulteration in food highlight the most fraud-prone ingredients in the food supply; analytical detection methods; and the type of fraud reported. Based on a review of records from scholarly journals, the top seven adulterated ingredients in the database are olive oil, milk, honey, saffron, orange juice, coffee, and apple juice.

First Genetically Modified Wheat To Be Introduced Into Commercial Market
April 7, 2012 | GMO | N.Longo
Under the guise and typical argument for creating most genetically modified (GM) foods, a trial of GM wheat claimed to repel green flies and blackflies has begun, in the hopes for the industry that it will become the first wheat to be grown commercially, with the first phase starting in the UK.

How Do You Transform Your Life? Tap Into Your Soul Energy
April 7, 2012 | Consciousness | S.Nimishananda
Soul is not bound by time or space because it is beyond birth and death. It has always existed and will always continue to exist. It is only the body that has a fixed life span, subject to age and death. The body is always changing, but soul, never. It is ever the same. Body, mind and senses are mortal and limited, but soul is immortal and infinite. It is pure, infinite Cosmic Consciousness.

Holding On To a Job You Hate Will Eventually Make You Sick
April 5, 2012 | Lifestyle | 
Staying at a job you hate may affect more than just your happiness. New research finds that employees who stay at jobs out of a feeling of obligation are prone to several health problems, including exhaustion, stress and burnout. 

Chile Officially Becomes The First Country To Stop Using Mercury In Vaccines
April 5, 2012 | Vaccines | Editor
In a precedent that will likely soon spread across the world, Chile has become the first developing country to stop the use of mercury in vaccines.

Why Breathwork Matters: Breathing Allows Your Mind To Liberate Itself From Ego
April 5, 2012 | HumanBody | Editor
When the mind begins to look inward, away from ego, it becomes self-conscious and this leads to liberation. When the mind enters this state of serenity it embraces feelings of love, vigour, patience, concentration and memory. Do-it-anytime breathing exercises remove allow the mind to enter this state while releasing tension, anger, annoyance, fear and exhaustion. Since breathing is something we can control and regulate, it is a useful tool for achieving a relaxed and clear state of mind.

Canadians Beware: This Toxic Sweetener Is Banned In The U.S. Yet Approved in Canada
April 4, 2012 | Toxins | N.Longo
It's not often that we can publicly state that the FDA should be praised for one of its decisions. However, thirty years ago there was at least one victory for Americans at the behest of the FDA Commissioner who denied the petition to approve the toxic sweetener sodium cyclamate. Canadians weren't so lucky, but Americans should not let down their guard as the sweetener may soon be reinstated.

For Every Woman Claimed Saved By Mammograms, Ten Suffer Unnecessary Treatment
April 4, 2012 | JunkHealthcare | Editor
Mammograms have always caused more cancer than they prevent. More evidence is coming forward to support the dangerous and outdated practice of breast screening. Thousands of women are undergoing unnecessary treatment for breast cancer including chemotherapy and even breast removal following screening, researchers have found.

People Seek Tragic Movies To Bring Attention To Positive Aspects of Their Own Lives
April 4, 2012 | MentalHealth | A.McCarthy
We have all likely sought a tragic movie at one time or another. There's nothing like a good tearjerker to bring out the best in us. People enjoy watching tragic movies like "Titanic" because they deliver what may seem to be an unlikely benefit: tragedies actually make people happier in the short-term.

Whistleblower Exposes Shocking Evidence About A Carcinogen That is Absolutely Everywhere
April 3, 2012 | Toxins | M.Torres
It's found everywhere, from homes, schools, office buildings, cars to medications and even toothpaste. You can't escape fiberglass and we're only beginning to find out why it is so lethal. A whistleblower and former hazardous materials expert is exposing shocking and under-reported evidence that attenuated fiberglass, the kind used to insulate your home and found in countless consumer products, is more carcinogenic than asbestos.

Is Psychological Stress Causing All of Your Health Ailments?
April 3, 2012 | Diseases | Editor
Stress wreaks havoc on the mind and body. For example, psychological stress is associated with greater risk for depression, heart disease and infectious diseases. But, until now, it has not been clear exactly how stress influences disease and health.

Reclaiming The Power of The Sacred Feminine
April 3, 2012 | Consciousness | L.Vaughan-Lee
Today, there is a resurgence of interest in the sacred feminine. We know now how the feminine my9steries were present in Greek culture and myth, as imaged in the story of Persephone, and enacted for more than 2,000 years in the initiations at Eleusis.

If Your Doctor Cannot Answer These 4 Questions, Don't Vaccinate!
April 2, 2012 | Vaccines | D.Mihalovic
In all my years of researching vaccines, there is one thing that has always fascinated me--why do parents not question their doctors more about the benefits vs. risks of vaccinations? Common sense dictates that a parent should be inclined to inquire about a medication being injected into their child and its associated long-term risks if any. After all, even the medical community admits that every medication carries risks. Sadly, only a very small percentage of the population has the foresight to approach their doctor with inquiries related to risk before deciding to vaccinate. I am striving to change that percentage.

What A Surprise: Eating Fast Food Linked To Depression
April 2, 2012 | JunkFood | Editor
Do those depressed pursue fast food or is it the fast food that creates depression? According to a recent study headed by scientists from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the University of Granada, eating commercial baked goods and fast food is linked to depression.

Thyme Herbal Cream More Effective Than Prescription Gels At Treating Acne
April 2, 2012 | Prevention | F.Macrae
In another victory for the natural health industry, research shows that the herb thyme may be better at zapping acne than expensive prescription creams, gels and lotions.

10 Fruits and Veggies You Don't Have To Buy Organic
April 1, 2012 | Nutrition | A.McCarthy
We're only a few months away from enjoying seasonal varieties of organic fruits and veggies our local farmers have to offer. Many of us who tend to be obsessed with health often overlook the fact that not every food needs to be organic.

Power Smoothie Hemp Style
April 1, 2012 | Nutrition | N.Longo
Hemp is one of my favorite proteins for many reasons. Most hemp protein powders on the market have no fillers or additives and it provides the 8 essential amino acids and fatty acids. You’ll need much less hemp protein than other types of proteins for equal benefit. Your body will also immediately recognize and digest natural, whole hemp protein and it won't slow you down, bloat you, or make you feel uncomfortable.

Change The Way You See Your Life and You Change The World
April 1, 2012 | Consciousness | R.Okawa
Those who really understand themselves are very difficult to trap. Conversely, it is easy to trick and bring down those who have no knowledge of their limitations. All that is required is to lay a trap in their path and they will fall right into it. This often happens to people who believe they possess infinite ability. So look at your strengths and weakness, as well as those of people around you. When you arrive at an obstacle, simply think of it as a mater of controlling your desires.


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