Archive for January, 2012

Action Alert: Legislation Seeks to Censor Taxpayer-Funded Health Research

Action Alert: Legislation Seeks to Censor Taxpayer-Funded Health Research

January 31, 2012 | by

I recently reported on how a lobby group was formed in Australia that aims to take out all alternative medicine degrees from universities. Well now Congress is trying to restrict your access to research so that you will only learn what the mainstream medical establishment wants you to learn. This legislation seeks to limit access to research that is paid for with your tax dollars, and could virtually censor your right to health research – that is until we find a way to rise above.

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Lawsuit Slams “All Natural” Snack Makers for Containing Harmful GMO Ingredients

Lawsuit Slams “All Natural” Snack Makers for Containing Harmful GMO Ingredients

January 31, 2012 | by

Does the term ‘all natural’ really mean anything when it comes to food labeling? Increasingly, the evidence says absolutely not. A new lawsuit launched from New York highlights the real lack of meaning behind the ‘all natural’ marketing stunt, stating that Frito-Lay’s popular ‘all natural’ snack foods like Tostitos and SunChips are actually made with genetically modified ingredients. Chris Sakes leads the suit against the mega snack corporation, filing a class-action lawsuit that sheds light on the ‘all natural’ labeling scam. Shake said that Frito-Lay products are not natural at all, as they contain corn oils and genetically modified plants.

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Carcinogenic Dioxin Set Free: EPA Kneels to Monsanto and Big Agriculture

Carcinogenic Dioxin Set Free: EPA Kneels to Monsanto and Big Agriculture

January 30, 2012 | by

Dioxin is the most toxic man-made chemical known regarding damage to health and the environment. The EPA has withheld a study about dioxin for decades in order to protect large industries that produce dioxin while manufacturing herbicides and pesticides, plastics, chlorine, bleach, and other chemicals. In addition, industrialized agriculture (Big Ag) has pressured the EPA to withhold the report because dioxin becomes concentrated in animal products like meat, eggs and dairy.

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Lobby Group Formed to Remove Alternative Medicine, Chiropractic Courses from Universities

Lobby Group Formed to Remove Alternative Medicine, Chiropractic Courses from Universities

January 30, 2012 | by

Who needs alternative or natural treatments when there is already a fantastic medical system put in place aiming to ‘better’ the world? At least that’s what more than 400 doctors, medical researchers, and scientists who want to shut down all alternative medicine degrees seem to believe. The mainstream medical practitioners in Australia seem to think that alternative medicine has no place, and chose to form a powerful lobby group to pressure universities to get rid of any alternative medicine degrees.

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Over-Consumption of Fructose Linked to Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes

Over-Consumption of Fructose Linked to Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes

January 30, 2012 | by

While there is no perfect diet, people are starting to realize that many of the health complications they currently face are actually a result of consuming way too much sugar. More health experts are voicing their concern regarding the over-consumption of fructose, which has been pinpointed as America’s number one source of calories. New research mirrors what has been found in the past, connecting fructose to cardiovascular disease and an increased diabetes risk.

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Turmeric, Curcumin Naturally Block Cancer Growth

Turmeric, Curcumin Naturally Block Cancer Growth

January 29, 2012 | by

Turmeric and curcumin have been highlighted as powerful anti-cancer substances in the past, but research has now shed even more light on the amazing ability of both turmeric and curcumin to actually block cancer growth. This is due to the unique ability of a main component in turmeric that is actually able to block an enzyme that promotes the spread of head and neck cancer. Researchers at UCLA found that curcumin exhibited these cancer-blocking properties during a study involving 21 participants suffering from head and neck cancers.

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Cancer Risk Significantly Reduced from Exercise

Cancer Risk Significantly Reduced from Exercise

January 28, 2012 | by

The number of uncovered benefits from exercising seem to just never cease. Recent research, which can actually be linked back to research conducted many decades ago, shows exercise can be utilized as a powerful tool in reducing the risk of breast cancer. It is estimated that nearly 12 percent, or about 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime.

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Monsanto Investor Bill Gates Says GMO Crops Needed to Fight Starvation

Monsanto Investor Bill Gates Says GMO Crops Needed to Fight Starvation

January 27, 2012 | by

Bill Gates, the heavy Monsanto investor who purchased 500,000 shares of the biotech giant in 2010, has been toting Monsanto’s genetically modified creations as a tool that is necessary to prevent starvation in poor nations. The same poor nations where thousands of farmers routinely commit suicide after being completely bankrupt by Monsanto’s overpriced and ineffective GM seeds.

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AMA Paper Proposes Law Forcing People into Experimental Vaccine Trials

AMA Paper Proposes Law Forcing People into Experimental Vaccine Trials

January 27, 2012 | by

How would you react if I were to tell you that you or your child were forced to participate in experimental vaccine trials? A paper published by the American Medical Association’s Virtual Mentor wants to do just that. It seems that the amount of current participants in current experimental vaccine trials is a bit too low, so why not create a federal law forcing each person to need to “opt-out” of experimental vaccine trials in an attempt to better society?

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Cell Phones, EMF Negatively Altering Important Regions of the Brain

Cell Phones, EMF Negatively Altering Important Regions of the Brain

January 27, 2012 | by

A new Greek scientific study has demonstrated how frequency electromagnetic fields, namely cell phones, portable phones, WiFi, and wireless computer equipment, alter important protein changes in the brains of animals. Exposure to electromagnetic frequencies is the result of our advancing technologies, but it is important to study these effects so people know exactly what they’re dealing with in order to take the necessary precautionary measures.

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